coat1kṵat1tie a knotcfcloinomi: parcloi; recp: tarcloitóung2pa dial.: kín; nomi: patóung, partóung; recp: tartóung; invol: tatóung2decide as a group, or as judgeHe dyê viêt uráq ado ape chom na canoat ân he coat ngcốh.We have written a letter to them to let know the decision that we decided now.Arâq he tanghúng ính táq ariêu, cốh dyê cammáng ê náq icốh dyê tông, cốh ngcốh cư plốh ipe ingay mmo lư icoat?Like we discuss wanting to make a feast, so after listening to many opinions, then I ask you which day you will really decide.Imo hôi he coat parnai nám lâyq yốh he plốh anha lâyq yốh he tar–a?How can we decide an issue if we haven’t yet questioned and debated?Liken decisions as tieing knots, i.e., tying the matter down.cfcacháq thét7.5.4Tie
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cơt1kɤːtbecome; able; succeedNhóung ndo achít cơt bôn llám atơ.They looked at No.10’s that he got a squirrel.Chou tốq dúng nhóung ntôn nnúc xúc parnha calang ân achít dông cơt clât ndo peday.Returning home they saw that the riches of the hawk No.10’s brought became greater than theirs.Ngai xáng nnhoup nhít cóuq icơt ân táng, táng tróuq icơt achiêng.They felt bad because it became stretched tight, stretched tight and tired as ?? an elephant.synvaihcaus: avaih220.127.116.11Become, change state
cranhkraːɲrepetitiousAcâp idyeal ngéq parlayh parnai lâyq bôn callong lâyq bôn cháq xu panốh cranh.Don’t use a lot of meaningless, repetitious words.
doq1dɔːʔlet; leave ; put; place; put awayDoq cư câl along ngki cuméiq.Let me chop down that tree in a minute.Do doq práq tốq dúng.He left/put money in the house.A–ám lâyq ính cha, doq peday cha.Father doesn’t want to eat, left for us to eat.Do doq dáng hóng yáng, doq tốq tarrưng.He put it away in a jar, put away in the attic.Cư doq tannên.I leave it leaning.cfdyoun2nomi:padyoun, pardyoun; recp:tardyoun; invol:tadyoun; rep:dyidyounváq1sit: váq doui18.104.22.168Leave something7.5.9Put3.3.5Offer22.214.171.124Give permission
pachompacɔːmwarnCư púh pachom may, acâp táq ân icốh cốh.I’m warning you that I’ll beat you if you don’t stop doing that.
par–i1pər.ʔiːharmonize; syncopate; in rhythmIxáng carxang adóung carxang atuc par–i.One hears a big sound, sound of pipe drums.Dyê tốq ibư lalâu cumour par–i tốq tang a–ứm ngai chachâp ngai baboiq.When evening arrives boys and girls harmonize in the corn stalks, they sing they sing.9.7Name4.1.9Kinship
parrouihpər.rṵːsfornication; adultery; any kind of sexual sinDo kếh hôi ngai parrouih. Parrouih axâq cáh vi lư inô ntra kếh ikếh ngai tông parrouih a axâq ín thét, thét a–i át thét par–át a–i íh vi parrouih amâh.They can fornicate. There wasn’t adultery in the past so like that they said adultery is wrong, wrong for mother to stay, wrong to stay together with mother. There wasn’t any fornication. (meaning is unclear).cflâyq pheptapiêngsit: tapiêng campay/cayâq; sit: tapiêng talưi; recp: tarpiêngtarríheuph: lâyq phep; sit: acay tarríh ‘illegitimate child’
tandayhtəndasshrew-faced ground squirrelÁt na cuteac pôc na cuteac, na tua along beaq lư upôc. Cha culay, cha a–ứm, pôc ibư, ilayh.It stays on the ground and goes on the ground, it rarely goes in the trees. Eats fruit, eats corn, goes by evening and morning.White-throated.synabêhgen: a–ât abêhcfatơtaryơng126.96.36.199.4Rodent