Rawang – English


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ja1v.t:1measure land area.Yamóng èjaò.'Measure this area.'Pvng yv́ngø rvmèdv̀m shvnvngnvng jaapmà wae.'They said they measured down along the river.'2build.Chapja jaòe.'Build a hut.'
ja2vjav.i:1drop; fall from high to low.Shǿngsvp vjae.'The leaves are falling.'Svmbwé vjae.'Fail an examination.'Yatú vjae.'Demote or fall from positon.'7.2.2.5.1Fall2shrink, reduce in size, (of swelling) go down.Mvniqtì dènila mvme vjae.'The water level of Mani river is going down.'Dènǿng nø lvgong mvnø vjae.'This year the corn price is down.'
jáonmonomatopoeic word; Hi!Nvpni já èwara.'Tomorrow come and notify us.'
jà1n:gold.Jà dushìe.'Mining or panning gold.'1.2.2.4Mineral1.2.2Substance, matterjà chòngmun:type of banana.'gold' + 'banana'jàmon:1gold mining area.=shémo2crown.
jà2n:close friend, buddy; address term between members of the same sex (in lower part of Ramethi it can be used between the sexes, but not to older people).Jàé, nàserà.'Mate, come over to my place.''mate' in Australian English.8.1.1Friend8.1.1.1Girlfriend, boyfriend
jà3vjàv.i:full stomach.=vgà2.2.2.6Satiated, full
jabun:wok.2.2.1.3Cooking utensil
Jagón1pn:Kyagaun; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Jakwádangpn:Kyakhwadang; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
jámv.i:decay.Bvtvng tiqgo hǿng taq jámvpmì.'The squirrel (caught on a snare) decayed.'=je
jàmonmonomatopoeic adverb; used with the verb vtvl 'fall down'.Nv̀mlat shvrepè jàm vtvl wvpdaqì.'(He) shot the first (war) hero and (the war hero) fell down.'9.2.11Onomatopoeic
jangv.i:expert, skillful.Tìláng jange.'(He) swims well.'3.1.1.1Expert
jáng1vjáng1v.t:pop up, bring up.Shini shibø̀nrì vjángòe.'(He) is taking out all the pieces.'jángshìvjángshìv.i:demonstration, riot, public uprising.Móng vsv̀ngrì vjángshìe.'Public demonstrated.'
jáng2vjáng2v.t:make shape.
jàngvjàngn:character.Vjàng màshvla gǿ ínø bv̀nlì màshvbø̀n daqò.'The person with bad character cannot do a good job.'5.1.1Personalityjàng laqyavjàng laqyan:character, nature of something.'character' + 'manner'
jàngjàngonmonomatopoeic adverb; sound of water boiling.Tì jàngjàng vshue.'The water is boiling.'Exclusively with water boiling.9.2.11Onomatopoeic
jangjang rív.t:(do something) with might and main.Jangjang ríò nø dvzaqshìe.'He works hard with might and main.'5.4.1.4.2Enthusiastic
jaq11v.i:have hole or path.Mèsògø̀m jaqe.'The paper has holes in it.'Tvrà jaq má.'Is there a way to go through?'2v.t:make holes.Àngí mèsògø̀m jaqòe.'He is making holes in the paper.'7.8.5Make hole, openingjaqhwángn:hole.jaqràn:hole.
jaq2onmonomatopoeic adverb; used with the verbs tvp 'catch' and vtvng 'edge'.9.2.11Onomatopoeicjaq tvpv.t:catch.Nigung lòng wat wàráì kvt jaq tvpmò.'He caught when the tail turned into where he was staying.'jaq vtvngv.i:no way, nothing left, hopeless.Jaqjaq vtvnge.'Absolute hopelessness.'jaq can be reduplicated for emphasis.
Jaranpn:Kyaran; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Jasanpn:Kyasan; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names