Ron - English


v


vo₁ close head
vo hai (der.) v ritual to protect children from evil spirits [For this ritual, which is done by the mburai, tiny ants (gandif) are killed and pounded with fried black beniseed (folal). Thepounded beniseed is mixed with oil and a child's head is covered with this mixture. The ritual is believed to protect theyoung ones from contact with evil spirits and witches. If the ritual is successful, the child so treated will immediately fallasleep.](sem. domains: 4.16.2 Custom, tradition (L&N 41.B).)
vo kil (der.) (irreg. infl. vo jil)
vo₂ cf: mavo.
second burial [Traditionally, the Ron bury the dead in their houses. The first burial is temporary. After seven days, the head of the dead isremoved for the traditional post-mortem examination, to ascertain the causes of his death. The grave is then finally closed.A species of euphorbia called karnggash is inserted in the hole of the building through which the head of the dead wasremoved. This symbolizes the final separation with the dead.](sem. domains: 4.16.2 Custom, tradition (L&N 41.B), 4.17.8. Funerals and burial (L&N 52).)
close place
vo la (der.) v
vo ti fiyai (der.) 1second funeral 2n door (sem. domains: 1.5.1.3 Parts and areas of buildings (L&N 07.C).)
vo₂ cf: mavo.
second burial [Traditionally, the Ron bury the dead in their houses. The first burial is temporary. After seven days, the head of the dead isremoved for the traditional post-mortem examination, to ascertain the causes of his death. The grave is then finally closed.A species of euphorbia called karnggash is inserted in the hole of the building through which the head of the dead wasremoved. This symbolizes the final separation with the dead.](sem. domains: 4.16.2 Custom, tradition (L&N 41.B), 4.17.8. Funerals and burial (L&N 52).)
close place
vo la (der.) v
vo ti fiyai (der.) 1second funeral 2n door (sem. domains: 1.5.1.3 Parts and areas of buildings (L&N 07.C).)
vaat₁ n
vwash₂ cf: bwash.
vo₁ close head
vo hai (der.) v ritual to protect children from evil spirits [For this ritual, which is done by the mburai, tiny ants (gandif) are killed and pounded with fried black beniseed (folal). Thepounded beniseed is mixed with oil and a child's head is covered with this mixture. The ritual is believed to protect theyoung ones from contact with evil spirits and witches. If the ritual is successful, the child so treated will immediately fallasleep.](sem. domains: 4.16.2 Custom, tradition (L&N 41.B).)
vo kil (der.) (irreg. infl. vo jil)
vo₁ close head
vo hai (der.) v ritual to protect children from evil spirits [For this ritual, which is done by the mburai, tiny ants (gandif) are killed and pounded with fried black beniseed (folal). Thepounded beniseed is mixed with oil and a child's head is covered with this mixture. The ritual is believed to protect theyoung ones from contact with evil spirits and witches. If the ritual is successful, the child so treated will immediately fallasleep.](sem. domains: 4.16.2 Custom, tradition (L&N 41.B).)
vo kil (der.) (irreg. infl. vo jil)
vo hai (der. of vo)
vurnggul cf: ranggul.
vur
vocolok
vohoop
vwaat
vis₂ cf: pis; cf: fisai hai.
vwyar
vis₁ cf: fis.
vaat₂ (irreg. infl. vat, vaatun) cf: nvung.
ver₁
vo₂ cf: mavo.
second burial [Traditionally, the Ron bury the dead in their houses. The first burial is temporary. After seven days, the head of the dead isremoved for the traditional post-mortem examination, to ascertain the causes of his death. The grave is then finally closed.A species of euphorbia called karnggash is inserted in the hole of the building through which the head of the dead wasremoved. This symbolizes the final separation with the dead.](sem. domains: 4.16.2 Custom, tradition (L&N 41.B), 4.17.8. Funerals and burial (L&N 52).)
close place
vo la (der.) v
vo ti fiyai (der.) 1second funeral 2n door (sem. domains: 1.5.1.3 Parts and areas of buildings (L&N 07.C).)
vyam
varau
vwash₁
vun
vitai

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