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callang túc canxinkəl.laːŋ tuk kən.siːnvery poor so beggingNgai tông imout coang candau anhouq ticoung, mout callang túc canxin.They say one enters a bull or cow elephant, one enters very poor.
calôihkaloːs1vtrefuse; decline; reject; make excuseCư calôih ado cou cư mmaq pôc.I declined to him because I’m too busy to go.Xiêu táq dyoun he lâyq rap calôih tông: “Lâyq ính.”Liquor makes us so we can’t decline and say, “I don’t want any.”Said to guests for lack of good care, etc.; said to person who offers something not good for you.; Excuses may be valid or not.cfcalôih 22viapologizeTốq tamoui cốh calôih cachân o patát.As when a guest arrives unannounced and nothing is prepared.cfcalôih 1
candâmkəndɤmauthorityDo ân candâm cốh do ân tông angai ma ngai têq cammáng, ngai dyám ngai adáh.One who has authority speaks and people obey--they respect and fear.
carángkaraŋcause to stumbleApe dyê kidúh búl caráng ngcốh.They already bumped into that stone that causes stumbling.
caroi roikarɔːj rɔːjsternly; strictlyDo caroi roi tông ado anha: “Inha coq lư patát o iláq.”He sternly said to them: “You(2) must be very careful so slowly.”
catư calưkatɯː kalɯːsolemnlyMâh chư loi, cư tông catư calư alứng cứp nnáq….Once again I solemnly say to each one….
clahklaːhdoneProaq tampáq khoiq ngéq dyơ cốh ngai tông, “Khoiq clah dyê proaq tampáq.”Work is finished already so they say, “Work is done already.”
coang candau anhouq ticóungkṵaŋ kəndaw ʔaɲṵːʔ tikṵŋbarge in??Ipôc nnáh ngai tông imout coang candau anhouq ticóung, imout tau parnha túc dit íh vi ân lom iyan pran hoan.To go here they say one enters like a bull in a china cupboard, one enters very wealthy, not being weak willed.
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
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: avaih22.214.171.124Become, change state
coum lomkṵːm lɔːmdull, unlearnedNám achai táq lâng tông amâh ân lâyq cray lom cư, cốh coum lom.If you do or say something that’s not true to my heart, then I’m offended. (??)
cout maikṵːt maːjall the facts from beginning to endMbár ân itông côh phai chom tôm anha tua cốh arâq cout mai. Acâp itông ân lâyq bôn cout mai.Something one says needs to have been thought through. Don’t talk without thinking through.Nám parchein phai chom cout mai.Don’t judge without knowing all the facts.
dadaːhe, she, itDa mo ính tông, tông adâh.Whoever wants to speak, go ahead and speak.Ngéq aca toup tammun lư nnôr mpếh anha damo da cốh par–i ngéq ayô apâl Yang Rbang.All of the followers were very happy and whoever, that one.Kếh carbouiq tưi da nâh ngai pươih inâh kếh tangcóng.Then a-bun also it here they tied-up like-this so married-man.Contracted/clitic form only preceding demonstratives, although usually written together, e.g., damo.
dâh1dɤhto; in order toInoi itông dâh a–em dâh achai la ô cơt, ô o.Speak and talk to y.siblings and to o.siblings respectfully and nicely.Ikếh mêng thoar dâh chom vi itaq vi tarhau ndo chính phu.Like that I tell to-him/her to know there are nurses and medicine of the gov’t.Short form of ado. 9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions
díhdih1conjandDo nhiêm díh tông, “….”He cried and said, “….”2quantplus; moreHe dông asuôi liêh máh práq ngki, alứng dông díh práq ính tớiq chơng liêh crpng tanna tưi.We brought first again all that money, with brought more money to buy food again also.