Rawang - English


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1n:penny or cent.Sasvnarì nø gv̀msùng nø tiqbé gø màgvrømshìé."Missionaries do not contribute a penny."<Bur.
2vbén:small genus of fruit-bearing vines.Seed edible. Leaves as silk worm feed.Hodgsonia macrocarpa.1.5.1Tree
vBépn:name given to a child born with birth cord around the body.=Gwédvng in Matwang, Báy in Daru.1.8.1.7Common terms used with birth order namesBézìpn:Bezi; personal name.
1vbè1v.t:go wrong, miss taken.Híshvnam vbèòe.'Put on a wrong sandal.'Vsv̀ng vbèng bǿngà.'I missed the person.'
2vbè2n:oak (tree).1.5.1Tree
bèkòn:type of spiky plant grown for fencing.1.5.1Tree
Bèlápn:Bela; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
belángn:cliff bee.
Belangtuqpn:Belangthu; place name.1.8.2.1Names of villages
bèlaqn:general term for upper garment.Bèlaq múnglòng mèdèseapmò má.'Didn’t you sew the white blouse?'Shvrø̀m bèlaq dvgwaòe.'Dressing up of the girl. (Lit. upper and lower garments).'2.3Clothingbelaq dongn:reefer shirt.'shirt' + 'short'bèlaq gvbàn:jacket, long coat.'shirt' + 'big'bèlaq kømn:shirt button.Belaq køm tiqchv̀ng vlúvpmì.'One of the bottons of the shirt is detached.''shirt' + 'close'bèlaq laqtunn:clothing, garment.Bèlaq laqtun shvláwa ègwashì.'Put on your clothes properly.''shirt' + 'cloth'bèlaq wurdongn:upper garment with short-sleeves and short waist.Bèlaq wurdong dùng ègwashì.'Put on the short sleeves shirt.''shirt' + 'hand' + 'short'bèlaq yvnggúngn:long coat.'shirt' + 'long'shvrø̀m bèlaqn:clothing, garment.'sarong' + 'shirt'
Belvngpn:Belang; river name."Belvng" wa nø̀ tǿò we tìwàng tiqwàng vle.'There is a river called "Belang".1.8.2.3Names of rivers
bénì bébvpn:disorderly manner, mess.Lèga bénì bébvp vru dárà.'He has written in a disorderly manner.'9.2.12Expression.
bénì mvnìquant:endless.Shø̀n lv́m mvshǿlrì nø bénì mvnìé.'There are never ending stories to tell.'<be 'use up'.9.2.12Expression.
bènóngn:weevil grubs, usually found in palm plants.Vlé tø̀ng bø̀pmvmke bènóngrì yv́ngshìe.'The palm-worms are seen after a palm plant decays.'Very large and oily, can be eaten. It is dried up before eaten and also used as a traditional medicine for tongue problems.1.6.1.7Insect
beqv.i:dirty.beqbeq waadv:dirty.
bérv.i:cracked (of sound or voice)Wepè kà bére.'That man has cracted voice.'bèrbèr waadv:cracked of sound or voice.
bérùngn:bamboo bug; small worm that lives inside trees or bamboos.Bérùng màvm gùng.'The log that the bamboo bug doesn't eat.'Bérùngı́ gø laq màámò é wanø shèmánnø̀ng. 'Bless and say "let not bugs eat the bamboo".'A small black insect that can fly that eats bamboo, like a termite eats wood, and so ruins a bamboo structure=bìdùng1.6.1.7Insect
bétùngn:type flower which has a cylinder shape.1.5Plant
bi1clf:classifier for measuring grain, (eight 408g condensed milk tins).Vmsit tiqbi.'One rice (eight 408g condensed milk tins) container.'<Bur.9.2.7Classifiers
bi2n:common syllable which occurs before with wind instruments.Possibly Shan loanword.bilǿmn:flute (straw, tiny, vertical).Bilǿm møt sórí vbǿ shvrvt nv̀ng die.'(He) plays flute while going to harvest.'bimann:pitch pipe, flute (bamboo, long, horizontal or vertical).Vshaq Dø nø biman møt jange.'Mr. Dee is expert in playing flute.'bishunn:long flute (bamboo, vertical).
v.i:stinging pain.Tvwa dvrsiq himhim wasèí dipra kèní gvzà bíe lé.'If you hit with tiny bamboo strips it is really painful.'
vbìnum:four, fourth.Vbì nǿng wa nǿng.'The fourth year.'4.1.1Numberbì górtongvbì gúrtongn:1square, rectangle.Vbì górtong íwe.'Rectangular.'2four corners or directions.Vsv̀ngrì vbì górtong kèní kø̀m ráì.'People have gathered from everywhere (Lit. four corners).''four' + 'corner'bìsénum:forty.'four' + 'ten'bìshaqvbìshaqn:bass.Pongdó pèlaí vbìshaq mèkún daqnø̀ng.'You, the deacons, sing bass.''four' + 'voice'
bíbíonmonomatopoeic adverb; used with the verbs ship 'beat' and søp 'suck'.ship9.2.11Onomatopoeicbíbísøpv.t:forcibly suck.bíbíshipv.t:(beat or hit) forcibly.Kà mvta rvt sv̀mré pè bíbíship vdø̀ːròe.'(He) is beating the boy forcibly because of his disobedience.'