dildiːldamaged;Láh ipe cammáng ngcư tông, cốh bưih pít dil amâh ala.If you had listened to me, you wouldn’t have had all the damage.
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dyêʄeː1advalreadyTốq dyê ính idau cốh ngai paxear curu.When already about to be dark, they bring the diviner down.dyê is used most from Pacoh to Alơaiq; Pôc_dyê = coa_pôc.syndyơnomi: pardyơcfkhoiq8.4Time22.214.171.124Past2advfinishedCốh lư dyê, cốh a–aq tông, “Dyê ke, may nhóung o lâng lâyq?” Then truly finished, so/then crow said, “Finished dear, do you see it pretty or not?”3prepafterDyê ngcốh, cốh ngai chou.After that, then they they returned.
dyóhʄɔhcontradict; correct; say he’s lying; disapprove; be againstNdóung mâh náq papi alứng ngai cốh ma vi mâh náq tông, “Lâyq lư arâq do tông,” cốh do dyóh cang do ân papi.When a person speaks with others but there is a person who says, “It’s not really like he says,” so he contradicts the speaker.syncloahpa–oai126.96.36.199.3Contradict188.8.131.52No, not184.108.40.206Approve of something
eirḭːrbear, 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.
hơ–ơihɤːʔɤːjwow! exclamation of surpriseCốh ma damo ma tông, “Hơ–ơi lư.”But everyone said, “Wow, true.”Cốh xear nhóung hơ–ơi, “Achát day tốq néh achát, ao ma tốq néh.”Then he went down and saw, wow, “My axe is here and my shirt is here.”
idauʔidawdau1night; eveningTốq dyê ính idau cốh ngai paxear curu, yoa curu thoar dyoun amâh cha. When it's almost night, they lead the diviner down and tell him to inform them what is eating (the sick person).antingay 1cfnhứp8.4.1Period of time1.1Sky220.127.116.11Dark2night timeTong ngay tong dau.All day and all night.
ính1ʔiɲwant, like; attraction; physical desireAmâh may ính, cư dyoun amay.Whatever you want, I’ll give to-you.Amâh may ính tông, cư dyoun.Whatever you want to say, I’ll give.Wanting a mate because of mere attraction or physical desire comes under ‘wanting’, not láng. antlâyq ôiqsyncân4eqnhotcflángnomi: parláng; recp: tarláng3.3Want
iq ngiaʔiːʔ ŋiəreason; senseIxua la ticuôi ân lư táq, bâq tông ngkếh bâq khâm tốq ki iq ngia pang he ticuôi tumóung.One looks for people who really work, then speak then firm, to that is the sense of living our generation.VN
kida kidérkidaː kidɛrmeek and mildApe tông cư cốh do ân kida kidér ndóung i–át dáng mang ipe.They say I am meek and mild when face to face with you.
la–ârlaʔɤrspread out; to pervadeCarvál tứng mát, ihếq la–âr tar–al te rbang claq paxear tốq cháq cư.About noon, it astonished me bright light spread all around me.
laluôi2laluəjprejudicedIcha ma xáng lâyq o cốh vaih lâyq i–ính cha cốh itáq laluôi lâng.One eats but it doesn’t taste good so he doesn’t want to eat it, so it causes prejudiced.Achai tông acư ân lâyq o cốh cư lâyq ính xáng--cốh laluôi lâng.You tell me it’s not good so I don’t want to taste it--so already prejudiced.