Pacoh – English


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abul [ʔabuːl] n earthen cooking pot nôi ôm cl: adéh; spec: adéh abul 5.2.1.3. Cooking utensil
abur [ʔabuːr] n termite con môí cf: camoar. 1.6.1.7. Insect
abúng [ʔabuŋ] n thornless, long sectioned bamboo nứa; mung, cây vào cl: ntrayh cf: ngcap., atang., uráng., urang., ale., aho., pheo., clao. 1.5. Plant. 1.5.5. Parts of a plant
abuaq [ʔabuəʔ] pa; pk n brain não (óc) pl dial.: abóuc 2.1.1. Head
abuôiq [ʔabuəjʔ] vs disintegrated; broken to pieces, torn to shreds, mashed up (fruit); fallen apart (overcooked meat) nát 2.5.3. Injure. 7.5.2.4. Remove, take apart
abưc [ʔabɯːk] vs rot--of tree, wood, cloth hư ; mục
abưih [ʔabɯːs] adv avoid, escape; so as not khỏi [a= variant of o. ] syn: aróng whole: o bưih
ac [ʔaːk] vt play destructively; fool around with chơi; chọc ghẹo; phá lắm Acâp ac achiu. Don’t fool around with a knife. R–ai át ac ayoun. The tiger was playing with the rabbit. syn: pơai caus: pa–ac; nomi: par–ac; recp: tar–ac; invol: ta–ac; rep: a–ac cf: prayh. 2.5.3. Injure. 4.2.7. Play, fun
aca₁ [ʔakaː] quant all cả
aca₂ [ʔakaː] n kind of fish thứ cá cl: lám; spec: boaiq aca 1.6.1.5. Fish
acai [ʔakaːj] n strong smelling bush, sometimes has red blossoms cây cl: ntrayh 1.5.5. Parts of a plant
acam [ʔakaːm] n chaff; rice husks; hulls trấu cf: alác., axeinh., piróung., oum tro., axâq. 6.2.6.1. Winnow grain. 1.5.5. Parts of a plant
acám₁ [ʔakam] n crab cua syn: cadyơ 1.6.1.9. Small animals
acám₂ [ʔakam] vt illustrate, speak in parables, picture language, use examples nói tục ngữ, dùng câu chuyện minh họa Do tóh itông ma dơi lâyq cammáng, arâq ibaq atao ân atiêh pláh aploang. He is repeatedly spoken to but still doesn’t listen, like sucking flat sugar cane, insipid. Tốq mo tarúm clóuh tốq cốh anóuh tun. Wherever needle pierces thread follows. (Said of a child that always follows--like a shadow. syn: cadyơ rt-n: rcám 3.5.4.2. Saying, proverb
acáng [ʔakaŋ] vs bluff; cliff; slope; incline dốc; dốc đứng ant: clúng 1.2. World
acáq₁ [ʔakaʔ] n.kin grandmother [Maternal grandmother, if distinguished from acáq_lom. ] cpart: avóuq, achau ‘grandchild’; pa dial.: apây cf: icáq. 4.1.9. Kinship
acáq₂ [ʔakaʔ] pa n.kin great grandmother bà cố; cụ bà cpart: achuôih, che ‘great grandchild’; pl dial.: acheih 4.1.9. Kinship
acáq₃ [ʔakaʔ] n grain (reference to rice spirit grandmother, i.e. female Lord) lúa syn: tro 1.5.5. Parts of a plant
acáq₄ [ʔakaʔ] quant every; each cả Ngéq ca acáq pe cumo, ca ngay ca dau cư dơi xay ve ipe. All of three years, both day and night I instructed you. Ngéq ca acáq pe cumo ngai pôc. Each and every three years they go. syn: cứp
acáq lom [ʔakaʔ lɔːm] n.kin paternal grandmother bà nội 4.1.9. Kinship (cmpd)
acay [ʔakaj] n.kin child; children em nhỏ, con [S, D.] syn: rcay cl: lám; spec: acay pông ‘firstborn’, acay tandi ‘second-born’, acay tuha ‘third-born’, tulouiq ‘last’, mpứng ‘in-the-middle’, tardi ‘in-middle-of’ cf: achau., achân., ache. 4.1.9. Kinship
acay acon [ʔakaj ʔakɔːn] n.kin child; children em nhỏ, con Binomial (cmpd, redup)
acay acóuyq [ʔakaj ʔakṵjʔ] n.kin child; children em nhỏ, con Binomial (cmpd, redup)
acay cán [ʔakaj kan] n.kin daughter con gái 4.1.9. Kinship
acay carroq [ʔakaj kər.rɔːʔ] np calf bò con syn: amaơm 1.6.1.1.3. Hoofed animals