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anhếhʔaɲehadvfor as much as; even more so; very far; unreachableCốh dơi tou cacheit cha icốh anhếh ndo tou lâyq ibôn plây lâyq bôn pít práq.So I usually killed and ate like that far from my not having to buy not having to waste money.Uxear át ma anhếh ân te Tinê ntóh ma nnéh.He came down to live but very far from Tine below here.
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aniêngʔaniəŋprepon top ofKếh alêng camoar he panốh aniêng tíh cuteac ngkếh.So we named that soil up there aleng_camoar. 9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions
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apốngʔapoŋvtthrow overboardNgai peih pangngéq crơng crơu amâh ân yôl te hóng tau ngcốh apống tingôi ngéq.They picked up everything that remained in the ship and threw it overboard.
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aprơʔaprɤːvthock, leave as securityÂn idoq aprơ.That which is left in hock.cfcóh1sit:liêh cóh; sit:châl cóh; sit:cóh châl
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arâqʔarɤʔpreplike; similar to; as if; according toNgéq xôr parpếh, arâq ngâh taláh ata tốq daq, arâq ngcốh tưi along ale.Everything rejoices, like releasing a duck to water, like that also is vegetation.synapi2a–inpl dial.: inin 1pc dial.: a–in; contr: i=cfparâqtupi9.6.2.3Relations involving correspondences8.3.5.2.1Same8.3.5.2.2Like, similar
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át1ʔatauxImperfective (IPFV); engaged inAchít idứh lâyq catayh, át tanh dơi.No.10 didn’t reply, kept weaving continually.Ndóung Yuxep át rngíh tốq parnai ngcốh cốh….While Joseph was thinking about that matter, then….This gives a continuative sense to a following verb in contrast to doq which gives a completive sense.cfdông5
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athâmʔathɤmvtrule; dominateXimôn cốh te toup do ân ính chíl aliêh ngai ân athâm padâm cruông ape.Simon was from the group that wanted to oppose those who ruled and oppressed their country.cfcadyiq2sit: cadyiq athâm; pa dial.: cadyéq
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axeauqʔasḭawʔvtfearNám bưih a–ay kếh cáh tâc ma nám a–ay kếh itâc ngai plốh chom lư do cha chom íh plốh, axeauq nám a–ay kếh.If not sick then don’t use, but if sick then one uses them to find out what is eating, afraid if that sickness.3.4.2.4Afraid
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báq2baʔvcarry slung under one shoulderAnha rbơi ngcốh parbáq catúng counh cốh.Those two finally carried that man’s sack.synaxâq17.3.1Carry
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bát dâubat dɤwadvbegin; startCarchól inô ntra ngai pi bát dâu veil dáng Tinê, dáng cốh veil do ma bát dâu do át dáng cốh inô ntra.People some time ago said Carchol started at Tine village, that there was the village he started at some time ago.VN
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boiqbɔːjʔnfortune tellerCán ngcốh táq boiq dyeal tiên práq dyoun ado ân padúng.That woman told fortunes and took money to give to her owner.VN
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bónhbɔɲvtset fire; burnIhôm cuyâq uih ichóng ibónh do xâr tốq rbang.They saw smoke from burning fires that rose to the sky.5.5.1Light a fire5.5.4Burn
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bucbuːkvtrainDyoun ado ân têq buc xoui arâq ngcốh.Give to him that is trained like that.
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bưih chưbɯːs cɯːnegnot-so-much; mediocre, but not like you thinkNgai tông do cốh achơ, cốh ma bưih vi chư achơ.They say he is stupid, but he isn’t that bad.
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bưih nnángbɯːs ʔən.naŋnegno longerCốh carna ngcốh bưih nnáng diêiq.So that road was no longer difficult.Weaker than lâyq_nnáng. Discontinuous occurrences are rare.synlâyq nnángcfnnáng 1
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buiqbuːjʔvtpull up (grass, hair, etc.)Adáh ndóung ipóuch ibuiq irưc xác, coum ipe táq cray tarưc alứng tro tưi.Afraid that while pulling up grass, you will pull up grain too.synpouih1póuchsit: póuch xác; nomi: parpóuch; recp: tarpóuch; invol: tapóuchrưcrưcrưq7.3.2.8Pull
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búnbunnblessingItáq arâq ngcốh cốh o bún.Doing like that results in blessings.Avốq Rbang Pilóng dyôn abún (o bún).God gives blessing.synthôqyang1
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cacháq1kacaʔvtput in; poke in; insertDo rêh ngéq ân cayh cayh cốh cacháq tốq arúm tóh chát.He chose all that was valuable and put it in the bottom of the baskets.Nhóung ntíh mâh tứp ngai doq cacháq doui deip.Look there is a little basket they put cooked rice in.syncanháqinvol: nháh canháq7.3.2.6Put in
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cadâqkadɤʔnkind of plant or treeHôm mâh callong cadâq ân xam; callong cadâq nnéh phai pidóh.He saw a squash seed that ??; this seed must explode.Has seeds that explode when toasted.
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callóng1kəl.lɔŋnsection of poolKi náq callóng adyáq ngki arô.Then that pond of grandfather fish called.
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callong3kəl.lɔːŋnmeaning; matter; issue; core/heart of the matterAcâp idyeal ngéq parlayh parnai lâyq bôn callong lâyq bôn cháq.Don’t take all words/matters that don’t have meaning don’t have substance.cfnốh 1caus: anốh, panốhparngíh1
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callouikəl.lṵːjvtabsent, goneLike that like her husband is absent and she remains….8.5.3.1Absent
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callứngkəl.lɯŋvsprincipalDo át dáng veil callứng mương ngcốh.He lived in the principal village of that region.
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calưngkalɯːŋvtapproveNgai calưng cốh do ân tinâng tupứng.They approved that he was righteous.cfcalư
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camiaq2kamiəʔvtacknowledgeAchau nnau do cốh? Do achau ngcư.Whose grandchild is that? He’s mine (acknowledged).
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