hlòfrom21vTo scorn, ridicule by calling names or naming body parts, one's defect or outward appearance.Gdae du yem hlò le dou.I am offended by their calling me names.ge-, he-, ke-, -em-, -en-, se-.cfhmulà 1mulà2advAll, entirely, altogether; mostly.Benwu kdê tonem hlò hulô.(Of Kayung) a place where everything you see is all red (representing the blood of all the people who were killed).Ke là holen wen tau htiba le, ne ke hlò kun dumu yem fun tniba, lelen laen hol halayen, yó olo nmoen, snóbów abu duhen basuk, dobung duhen ke kihu klasi ken.If there aren't many people helping to clear the field, and they are all relatives, and if he doesn't have much rice, he will make a soup of taro leaves or squash, bamboo shoots or whatever.synhno 1honòhonoslumu 1idiomhlò duhen23vOverdo; too much.Ne tey hlò yem gel kesla le du anì btok ke ndek le.They overcook it so that it's brittle when they pound it.he-.Là kat heflò le du, kendel nahun le, ne omin le yó mdek du hanà kinì.They don't overcook it, they immediately lift it off the fire, then they pound it while it's still hot.

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