Search results for "run"

callúngkəl.luŋprepin; within; amongNám cáh vi callúng a–em achai cốh iyốq âh ma calloui.If there isn’t one among brothers and sisters, then her husband is absent.Ngai crúng callúng tu.They imprisoned in prison.Ngai cop dông tốq hóng callúng.The caught and carried (x) to a hole inside.anttaltiêh 18.5.1.4Inside9.2.4Prepositions, postpositions
Comments (0)

 

car–ưq carxouhkər.ʔɯːʔ kər.sṵːhviagreementMa coun xâr coun ayưn, car–ưq carxouh ado anha.And waited for them to run up and dance, then encouraged them.As promised dowry.
Comments (0)

 

chuôtcuətvmcaught on thorn, etc.; stuck by nail or something sharp; caught in trap; spring a trapAbíl chuôt xing.The mouse caught in the trap.Cư doq pi axuôi ado ipe abưih ipe chuôt cang parnai ngai.I told you ahead lest you be caught/trapped by their speech.Khoiq chuaq llám ayoun.One rabbit is already caught.Ayoun chuôt callo ngai, ma lâyq cray.A rabbit sprung someone’s trap but not caught.Also by words/speech.; It appears to me that first example is active while the second appears to be middle voice.6.4.2Trap
Comments (0)

 

coai tantiêngkṵaj təntiəŋnflying lizardCoai tantiêng át tốq parlứng along, tua along ma hôi pár.The lightening lizard stays at the trunks of trees, at the tip of trees and is able to fly.Draco volans
Comments (0)

 

cứckɯkvsdesperate; destituteCumúq nnéh khoiq do palúh dyê ng-he cức.This so and so has run away, our stuff is lost-destitute.cfdiêiqpk dial.:arứcVN
Comments (0)

 

cúmkumvtshackleInéh ngai rngíh nám icúm icang acay cán arâq ngcốh, cốh tốq acay pêq acay nô ra, lâyq hôi nnáng ilúh itáh.Like this they think: if we shackle that girl, then when she becomes pregnant, she won’t be able to run away any more.syncưmnomi: cannưmVN
Comments (0)

 

doq1dɔːʔvtlet; 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 doui7.4.5.1Leave something7.5.9Put3.3.5Offer3.3.4.1Give permission
Comments (0)

 

nannolnən.nɔːladvaround in circlesAcho lalúh nannol.The dog is running in circles.
Comments (0)

 

pa-pav.pfxcausativePacha.Cause to eat, i.e., feed.Payóung.Cause to be up high.Adơaih idứh dông palúh alứng canchop acho.That monkey took causing-to-run with dog’s paws.Ndóung ngai pannhoup pidieiq, do lâyq vi chao xoaq aliêh.When they caused bad caused difficult, he didn’t.M-initial roots, e.g., mout ‘enter’, take ta-. syna-2ta-1cfca-pi-
Comments (0)

 

padángpadaŋviplacedPla achát coa idoq padáng dáng tôm along.The axe blade is already placed at the trunk of the tree.cfdáh padáng 2
Comments (0)

 

parhoutpər.hṵːtviimmediatelyCốh tôm tarúng ngcốh parhout lâng ráng.Then that fig tree immediately dried up.
Comments (0)

 

prengprɛːŋvsdryNám lâyq bôn puaq, tiêng ar tốq tarrưng. Dyê preng, doq tốq chát.If it’s not sunny, hang in the attic to dry. When clear, put in baskets.antdyípdyứppl dial.: dyípcfng–ôtrángcaus: piráng1.3.3.1Dry
Comments (0)

 

roanhrṵaɲadvwillingCốh ma nám cáh roanh do cacheit, kếh nthe itrai mmai cungkin.But if he is unwilling to kill, then better to prune yours in half.cfroaiq1
Comments (0)

 

tadoahtadṵahvtbreak (a tree)Nnau doq padoah achiêng doah tôm pêq nnéh ân?Who caused elephant to break this banana tree?Icloun dáng cốh ma acâp ngâh tadoah tôm pêq ngcốh au!Play there but don’t cause-break the banana trunks!syntadóuh7.9Break, wear out
Comments (0)

 

tear veartḭar wḭarexpof great depth of the abyssHóng prúng lư tru tear vear.The very deep abyss.
Comments (0)

 

tiêngtiəŋvthang up or spread out to dry; smoke over fireNám lâyq bôn puaq cốh tiêng ar tốq tarưng.If there isn’t sunshine, then dry in the attic.E.g., drying rice.synarcftarniêngtarniêng aocl: ntrayh6.2.1.7.2Growing coffee6.2.6Process harvest6.2.1.5.2Growing tobacco5.6.4Wash clothes
Comments (0)

 

tóultṵladvstarting suddenlyTantóul do lalúh.Jerkily he runs.Tóul cư pôc.Suddenly I went.
Comments (0)

 

troihtrɔːsvibud??Tốq dyê troih tốq dyê tambát ula tôm tarúng cốh ipe chom méiq dyê tốq nno tarpal cannâl.When the fig tree is already budding and already sprouting leaves, then you know the clearing season has almost arrived.
Comments (0)

 

tupuntupuːnadvfollowing; behindPít acho, la achít may veng tupun abưih pít. Nám pít alep pi–ốh acân.Lost the dog, No.10 run after so avoid losing. If lose, sister-in-law will be angry.
Comments (0)

 

sɯːvt1test; tasteKếh ixu cha, cha xư damo ân iboul, damo ân bưih, damo ân atáng cáh ngai cha, damo ân bưih atáng kếh cha.So one tastes, tastes whichever makes drunk/delirious, whichever doesn’t, whichever is bitter and inedible, whichever is not bitter so eaten.synxu25.2.2Eat2judgesynpacheinsit:pachein o chein; pk dial.:pachen tu, pachen parnaiVN
Comments (0)

 

ariêu2ʔariəwnwine, liquorMade with rice and yeast, drunk from jug through straw.cfaveatxiêu5.2.3.7Alcoholic beverage
Comments (0)

 

beingbḭːŋvspeak or sing eloquently with rhyming and interwoven phrases; ability to connect thoughts cleverlycfarúng aráng atáng aháq adơi
Comments (0)

 

coq1kɔːʔncage; prisoncftarrúngcl: lám6.3Animal husbandry
Comments (0)

 

hámhamvtthreaten; warn to othersNám cáh itiq acân ngai mán ma hám dâu ipôc ma inâh mout tốq mong tốq kếh.If not one submits, later they work magic and threaten first to go and like this enter into the living room there.Not directly to the person threatened.synaráp crứngcfarápnomi:parráp; redup:rráp ráp
Comments (0)

 

lnhoʔəl.ɲɔːvspliable; flexible; agile; soft; worn out; relaxedNdóung ichóuh itrứh dơi lnho lâyq rap.When planting, one can’t relax.Xiêu táq dyoun Culeat cơt lnho lnhéih lâyq hôi táq r–ay amâh nnáng.Wine caused Culeat to become so relaxed he couldn’t do anything any longer.Táq lnho.Be flexible or Make something pliable.Used of a drunk who has lost all drive.antleng 2synkinhômnhom 2sit: nhom lom8.3.6.3Stiff, flexible8.3.1.5Bend
Comments (0)