Rawang - English


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bvrongclf:classifier for counting number of clusters, clump or bundle.Bìmshí tiqbvrong.'a cluster of grapes.'róng bvrongadv:clusters, in dingling position.
bvrutn:brush.V́m, aq dángí shàtú bvrutní túshì ràe.'When you finish eating or drinking, (you) must brush (your teeth) with a toothbrush.'<Eng. 'brush'2.6Cleaning2.4.4Care for the teeth
bvsiqn:bird; kind of small bird that lives near the snow mountains in Northern Myanmar.=mvsiq, bvzí, sa1.6.1.2Bird
bvshønn:liver.Bvshøn za nø rékéòe.'(He) is suffering from liver pain.'=mvshøn6.1Body6.1.8Internal organs
bvt1v.i:recede (of water), dry up.Tìtong taq tì bvtne.'The water level is low in the well' (the end of the monsoon, when the flooding recedes).'Nga tvp lv́m tì dvbvtnòe.'They dry up the water to catch fish.'
bvt2onmonomatopoeic adverb; used with the verbs vtv́ng 'return', tut 'cut into two pieces'.Tìwànglòng bvt shøapmà.'They have blocked the river completely.'Tvwa gùng bvt tutnòe.'Cut the bamboo completely.'9.2.11Onomatopoeicbvt vtv́ngv.i:return.Zùng sv̀ng bvt vtv́nge.'Return to school.'OMP + 'return'bvtnì bvttv́ngn:1upside down, disorderly.Àngkà bvtnì bvttv́ng shø̀ne. '(He/she) speaks disorderly.'2to and fro.Putao nv̀ng Nokmong dvhø̀ wulaq washì nø bvtnì bvttv́ng die.'(He/she) travels to and fro between Putao and Nongmong trading goods.'bvttutadv:absolutely, not at all, completely.Bvttut mvyv́ngshì.'I cannot see at all.'Bvttut mvjòǃ'Absolutely wrong!'OMP + 'cut'bvttv́ngadv:upside down, inside out.Bèlaq dùng bvttv́ng gwashìe.'Wearing shirt inside out.'OMP + 'return'
bvt3n:glass.bvtgwìnn:glass; glassware.'glass' + 'cup'bvtjàmnan:looking glass, mirror.'glass' + 'mirror'
bvtøqbvtuqn:Adam's apple.6.1Body
bvtsvgán:bus.Bvtsvgá zún mvzánshì.'I can't stand (crowded) buses.'Bvtsvgá jvtne.'The bus is crowded.'<Eng. 'bus car'
bvtvngn:squirrel.=mvtvng1.6.1.1.4Rodent
Bvzorpn:Bazaur; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
bvzun:bird; pheasant.Bvzu vlìpv̀n vle.'(We) have what is called Bazu.'Bvzu nø rúrú vru we í ke hílòng gø mvshédv̀ng wa vhánge.'Bazu has darkish color and the legs are red and long.'=mvzu1.6.1.2Bird
bweqn:degree.Bweq wa àng gvtvptvp lúːnò pè íe.'He is the one who got many degrees.'<Bur.
byav.i:spread, multiply.<Jp.7.3.7.3Spread, smear
Byaqwapn:Byawa; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
byov.i:1happy and excited, fun, nice, good.Tìwàng kupà kèní nø gvzà dí byovm lé!'From the other side of the river, it will be a nice walk.'Byobóy.'Something to do that is fun.'5.4.1.2Happy2Complement taking verb; good, nice or pleasing to V.Gvzà tá byoe.'It is pleasing to listen.'Tvrà gvzà dí byoe.'It is good to walk on this road.'In V-V structure, if the tone of the initial verb is a low tone it changes to a high tone.<Bur.byong2n:First person singular form byo.byo + -ng =byong
byong1n:gaur, a wild ox.<Bur.1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals