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dírdirvtshieldcfdársit: dár kheil; caus: padár, tadár; nomi: pardár; recp: tardárkheilpk dial.: keltandír
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dyáh pa radyírʄah par.ra ʄirexpshaking; trembling with fearLư do carân adáh, dyáh para dyir, câng cháq arâq do ân cucheit.They were scared to death, shaking then paralyzed with fear like dead.Of several.cfdyír idyír
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dyáh pardyírʄah pər.ʄirexpterrifiedNgéq dứm chóup dóui mang tốq cuteac, lư adáh dyáh pardyír.They all fell on their faces to the ground, terrified.syndyáh parra dyírcfdyír idyír
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dyáh parra dyírʄah pər.ra ʄirexpterrifiedIcốh cốh ape dyáh parra dyír adáh dyê bôn chom anha bar ngcốh cốh ticuôi Lamáq.So then they were terrified when they knew that those two were Roman citizens.syndyáh pardyírcfdyír idyír
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dyeicʄḭːknbird call
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dyír idyírʄir ʔiʄirexpshake; tremble with fearOf one person.cfdyáh pa radyírdyáh pardyírdyáh parra dyír
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dyongʄɔːŋnMynah bird1.6.1.2Bird
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dyráchʄracvwater squirting as from water gun
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dyúc1ʄuknhair-like stuff on certain trees (for making hats)cftuvaq1cl: nnôm
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dyúc2ʄukvttemper iron with fire and watercftroaq
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ê tambírʔeː təmbiridiomtwo faced4.3.5.5Deceive
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eirḭːrvbear, take it without resistance, e.g., child holds head still for haircut; not retaliate for evil spoken, etc.Do cốh lư béinh eir.He is very patient/long suffering.Vi do ân púh cư ma lâyq cư tông aliêh ado, lâyq cư táq aliêh ado.There was one who beat me, but I didn’t talk back to him, didn’t do back to him.
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eir pantiḭːr pəntiːvsfatalistic as to continue to lie as dead after a fall, as if expect to die
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hang-hélhəŋhɛlvsthirst or hunger, crave (used with desire)Hang-hél o ingoiq daq.Thirsty to drink water.cfhálsit: hál daqngot3.3.1.8Lust3.3Want3.4.1.1Like, love
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heng uihhɛːŋ ʔuːsvtwarm over fire
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hírhirexpsudden actionHír r–ai khír.Suddenly the tiger jumped.Like wild animal springing away when seencfkhírcaus: pakhír; nomi: parkhír; recp: tarkhírvír
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hóhhɔhprtentireLâyq vi lư ipôc ân pe ingay hóh ngcốh ân mâh nxíq xíq dyơ.They hadn’t really gone three days, but just a little ways.
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hơi2hɤːjnair, spaceVN
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ingaiʔiŋaːjndirection7.2.2Move in a direction
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ingírʔiŋirvijerk; jump; recoil7.1.9Move a part of the body
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irʔiːrvpound--three or four women in rotation
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ir i–írʔiːr ʔiʔirexpof thunderous sound2.3.2.2Sound
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irangʔiraːŋnlarge, woven drying rack for rice placed above the firecftiêrcl: lám; spec: tiêr itiêng tro
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iriʔiriːnbanyon tree (fruit); balete1.5.1Tree
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