Rawang - English


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bang mvnǿadv:gentle, amiable.Vnvng nø bang mvnǿsè íe.'Anang is so gentle.'<nǿ 'tame'5.1.1Personality
bàngdaybrv̀ngdayn:rabbit, hare.Bangday tékaq nø mùnge.'Majority of rabbits have white colours.'<Jp.1.6.1.1.4Rodent
Bangduchanpn:Bangduchan; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
banglayn:sea, ocean.Rvwang móng nø banglay nv̀ng gvzà vsare.'Rawangland is far from the sea.'Banglay tìnúng mvdv̀m rapshàìke.'While we are sailing on the sea.'<Jp.1.3.1Bodies of water
bangnin:ocean, sea.Bangni sv̀ng mvyv̀ng dárò vsv̀ng gvzà vle.'There are many who have never seen the ocean.'<Jp.1.3.1.1Ocean, lake1.3.1Bodies of water
Bàngnìpn:Bangni; mountain name."Bàngnì shìgùng" eì nø̀ tiq shìgùng ele.'There was a mountain, we call (it) "Bangni mountain".'1.8.2.4Names of mountains
Bangyangpn:Bangyang; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
bàngzàn:braids of hair.Ninmang nø bàngzà zvtshì dángí wa zùng die.'Ninmang braids her hair and goes to school.'
bàngzìn:shadow.Vyáng rvwèí vsv̀ng bàngzi nø gvzà donge.'A man's shadow is short at noon.'4.3.3.2.1Shadow
bapvbapn:giant monkey.Rvshà bap.'The giant monkey. Or The leader of the monkey.'1.6.1.1.1Primatebap naqkàngvbap naqkàngn:giant monkey; usually refers to the strongest and biggest monkey in the flock.
baq1v.t:carry on the back or shoulder.Sv̀mré baqòe. 'Carry a child on the back.'Raqpù taq kam baqòe.'Carry firewood on the shoulder.'=zaq7.3.1Carry
baq2clf:classifier for counting the times an action is performed.Tiqsé baq.'Ten times.'Myitjínà svng vníbaq døngdakngà.'So far, I have visited Myitkyina twice.'=poq9.2.7Classifiersbaqnì baqsǿnadv:each and every time.Bvdó dìdaqì baqnì baqsǿn shø wa zaqe.'Each and every time we come to Putao it rains.'baqsǿnadv:every time.CLF.times + every=baqvrv̀m, baqnì baqsǿnbaqvrv̀mquant:each and every timeCLF.times + each=baqsǿn, baqnì baqsǿn
baq3n:wasted material; ground nut or mustard cake.Mvngabaq.'Mustard ground cake.'<Jp.
baqbaqonmonomatopoeic adverb; used with the verb svríshì 'hungry'.Svrí nø baqbaq shììe.'We are desperately starving.'9.2.11Onomatopoeic
Baqingpn:Baing; place name.1.8.2.1Names of villages
Baqwúnpn:Bawun; place name.1.8.2.1Names of villages
basinjan:passenger.Basinja swéò rì taq èdi nìnø tvrà yv́ng tiqyaq yøpme wae.'But if you go with public transportation one has to stop overnight on the way.'<Eng.6Person
bashàn:public, people.Shølshúpè sv̀ng bashà rìí màpǿ bǿà.'The public don't respect the leader anymore.'6Person
batvbatn:1age, generation.Ngà bat tiqsé nǿng dvgvp gvzà zàng yv̀ngà.'I was sick when I was age ten.'2era.Vpèmaq bat nø dvshà yàngì.'My father and others lives were poor.'4.4.1Period of time3lifespan.Vsv̀ng bat nø àngdongsè íe.'The span of a person's life is short.'<Jp. 'brat'4.4.1.7Era
Baushánpn:Baushan; place name.1.8.2.2Names of regions
BáyvBáyn:name given to a child born with birth cord around the body.<Daru dialect.1.8.1.7Common terms used with birth order names
Bàyhø̀mpn:Baiheum; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
bazón:type of Rawang woman's sarong with thin white, red and black stripes.Bazó shvrø̀m.'Bazo sarong.'=cházì2.3.3Traditional clothingbazógàrn:Rawang woman's sarong with wide stripes, usually white, red and black.Bazógàr rømshì we chø̀myomè.'A girl wearing barzo sarong.'bazózìn:woman's sarong with narrow stripes, usually white and black.
be1clf:classifier for foot (12 inches).Tiqsébe gwaq we tvrà.'A ten foot wide road.'<Bur.9.2.7Classifiers
be23v.i:use up, finish, exhaust.Béámì.'Be gone or used up.'Gv̀msùng gvzà bee.'It uses up a great sum of money.'Vpungí v́mpà vnígok dvbéòe.'Aphong can eat two tins of cooked rice.'With suffixes, -à, -ì, and -ò, it changes to high tone.