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chaq1v.t:take out, strip off, skin (cattle), peel off.Nv̀msì chaqòe.'Peel the fruit.'Shapòrrì chaqòe.'(They) strip the skins animals.'
chaq2vchaqv.t:1brush (something) off (something), point out someone's wrongdoings.Tvwv̀n vchaqòe.'Brush off the snow'2bully or point out someone's wrong doing.Darì vsv̀ng vchaqvm dvgvp.'Long ago when (people) bullied...,'chaqchaqadv:shake off.Vnvng nø chaqchaq vlshì nø tv̀m búngámì.'Anang shook-off (her clothes) and went out immediately.'
chaq3mvchaqv.t:astringent.=paq6.3.3Tastechaqmvchaqn:somewhat astringent, tasteless.Yapv̀n nv̀msì nø chaqmvchaq í nø mvgvmé.'This kind of fruit is tasteless and not good to eat.'
chaq4onmonomatopoeic adverb which occurs after the verb de 'break'..Chaq jaqòe.'(He) pierced (it).'Chaq deòe.'(He) broke (it).'
chaqdvpadv:openly, clearly, plainly.
Chaqgvbupn:Chagabu; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
chatv.i:slippery.Tvrà chatne.'The road is slippery.'7.2.1.5.1Slip, slidechatchatadv:slippery, muddy.Shøzaqapmì rvt tvrà chatchat wae.'Because of rain the path is muddy.'
chatdvchv́ngadv:silly, carelessly.Àng nø chatdvchv́ng wapè íe.'That person does things carelessly.'
chatlatv.t:spread all over.V́mpàrì wa chatlat dáràǃ'He spilled the rice out all over.'7.3.7.3Spread, smear
cházìn:type of sarong with thin white, red and black stripes.=bàzó2.3Clothing
che1v.t:argue, dispute, contend.Kà mècheni.'Don't argue.'The word kà 'word' is usually incorporated.
che2clf:stick, piece; formative in noun compounds.Shǿngche, tvwache.'Wood stick, bamboo stick.'Nvngwà sha tiqche èlv́ngvmbø.'Take a small piece of beef.'Also used as a nominal classifier.9.2.7Classifiers
chévché1v.i:left over portion or difference in value when something is divided.4.1.3Plural2v.i:be left, left over.Lvgong tiqbùrì vchée.'A sack of corn was left over.'Gv̀msùng 50 vchée.'50 kyats left over.'3n:exceed, over.Gv̀msùng tiqyá vché.'Over one hundred dollars.'
chè1n:inner part of bamboo.Vlv̀mchè nø mvngv̀ng.'The inner bamboo string is not strong.'=se1.5.5Parts of a plant
chè2v.t:spread.Mèsò wa chè dárà.'(He) has spread papers all over.'7.3.7.3Spread, smear
chè3vchèv.t:exchange, trade.Nvngwà nv̀ng vlè vchèkee.'(They) exchange cow with water buffalo.'3.8.4.9Exchange, trade
checheadv:strongly, vigorously, lustily.Cheche rvt/dvt bv̀nlì waòe.'He works vigorously.'
chèpìn:large iron wok, pan.Chèpì mvdv̀m v́mpàtaq shèrúngò.'Put the rice pot on the iron wok.'2.2.1.3Cooking utensil
Chepmokapn:Chepmaukha; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
chèpòngn:small iron wok, pan.2.2.1.3Cooking utensil
cheqonmonomatopoeic adverb; the sound of tree's branch breaking.We rvt shǿnggùng rǿm dakngòe 'cheqcheq' wa giq daqke.'I will cut down the tree, when it breaks "Che Che"...,'Shǿngdvgv̀ngsè lòng cheq giqòe.'(He) broke the small tree branch.'9.2.11Onomatopoeic
cher1n:wing (of bird).Sarì nø cher vdá rvt vlange.'Birds fly because they have wings.'1.6.2.1Parts of a birdchercher1v.t:make wings (e.g. for an arrow).Cher cheːròe.'Make wings.'2v.i:grow wings.Sasèri cher chershìapmì.'The chicks have grown wings now.'chèrkùngn:wing.
cher2v.t:expend, extend.Kok cheròe.'Expand the room.'
chér1v.i:salty.Waqsha taq shvlaq gvzà chérámì.'The pork curry became so salty.'6.3.3Taste
chèrnv̀ngn:bird; great hornbill.Chèrnv̀ng alò rì svkuq alò rì we rì vle.'There are birds that are called Chernang and Sakhu.'It is usually found in isolation, not in flock.1.6.1.2Birdchèrnv̀ngzìn:bird; hornbill.