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chérshìv.i:exert strength.Mv́rdaq mvshé dv̀ngwa chérshìe.'(He) exert strength so that his face became so red.'
Chetvngpn:Chethang; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Chèyv́nggòngpn:Cheyanggong; place name.1.8.2.1Names of villages
chin:yam.Chi èv́mránø̀ng.'Come and eat yam.'=ki2.2.3.1.5Food from roots
Chínpn:Chin; one of the major tribes in Myanmar.1.8.1.4Tribal namesChíndongn:Chin hills.Wekvt nø akvt Chindong taq yo rì dongzvlat vlò rì ó. 'Then what is called "Dongzalat" (means azalea) now grows in the Chin hills.'<Bur.
Chìnlàypn:Chinlai; Rawang surname.=Chìnlè1.8.1.2Family names
chingonmonomatopoeic adverb; used with the verb vníng 'be tilt'.Tvróng gùng ching vnínge.'The pillar got slightly tilted.'9.2.11Onomatopoeic
chíng1v.t:book (a phone call).Púng chíːngòe.'Book a phone call.'<Bur.
chíng2adv:on behalf of.=tvle, rvlechíng kèníadv:as far as, regarding, on behalf of.Vpè chìng kèní tiqkà nísè shø̀n lv́m íe.'On behalf of my father I will speak a few words.'
chip1v.t:put in between.Tiqyv́ngyv́ng nø tiqgǿgǿsè nø chipna íe.'Someone may be still alive (stuck) somewhere.'7.3.2.6Put in
chip2v.t:numerical classifier used in counting a number of pieces of paper or cloth.Mèsò tiqchipsè èlv́ng daqò.'Bring a small piece of paper.'5.5.7.2Written material
chiqv.t:break agreement.Vpong dvpvt røtnavpshà mè chiqshìvpmì.'The lady, we betrothed for (our son) Ah Pong, broke the betrothal agreement.
chit1n:1pass, opening, exit.Sv́ngløp chit.'Sangleup pass.'1.2.1.1Mountain2entrance, gate.Bv́ngkà téte chit kí vkàng Gvràyí ìshøt leqshóranø̀ng. 'May God open up the big door and pour out many blessings for you.'Gùngchit.'Gate.'3.5.2.4Door
chit2n:squeeze, wring (e.g. as to make cane-sugar).Kamùng chitnìe.'We are squeezing sugar cane.'
Chituqpvngpn:Chithuphang; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
choonmonomatopoeic adverb; the sound of burning stick when put inside the water.'Svmitaq cho wa dòngsǿrí wárò.'(He) burnt/roasted them (sticking) with pointed stick.'9.2.11Onomatopoeic
chóonmonomatopoeic adverb; the sound of flowing.Døt nø yaqdø̀ngí nø chó wa dirae.'Well, as for the rats, (they) come at night "Cho" (like the water flow).'9.2.11Onomatopoeic
Chódungpn:Chaudung; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
chóng1n:grave.Vkop nø chóng dùò nø løpyàngà wae.'It is said that my great grand father was buried in a circular grave.'Traditionally Rawang burn the dead and bury the bones in a circular mound with a ditch around the mound.6.6.6.6Grave
chóng2vchóngv.t:make someone jump (as with a baby).Vnvng sv̀ng chóngòe.'I make Anang jump (on my lap).'7.2.1.1.3Jumpchóngshìchúngshìv.i:hang oneself up and down (in a dangling position).Sv̀mrérì chóngshì nø̀ mvnshìe.'Children are playing by jumping up and down.'
chòngn:generic name for banana.Lóló nv̀msì gø shi èv́mshì, chòngmu èv́mshì.'Well, eat some fruit first, eat some bananas.'Chòngsá gvzà gwaqe.'The banana field is so wide.'1.5.7Fruits1.5.5Parts of a plantchòngkwán:banana plant.Nøngmaq chø̀m shvnvng yv́ng chòngkwá yoe.'There is a banana plant near our house.'chòngkwáshíchòngshín:banana sheath, plantain bud.=kùngbø̀chòngmun:banana.Chòngmu àngpv̀npv̀n vle.'There are various kinds of banana.'chòngmu dvditn:dwarf species of banana.Chòngmu dvdit nø gvzà gvme.'Dwarf bananas are really good to eat.''banana' + 'short'chòngmu tø̀ngn:banana plant.Chòngmu tø̀ng vngaqapmì.'The banana plant has fallen over.'chòngshøn:wild banana plant.=ngalangwurhàm chòngmøn:banana (long and thin, green)'finger' + 'banana'
Chòngdvmpn:Chaungdam; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
choqvchoqv.t:1pour (large amount of water).Tì tiqbong vchoqòe.'Pour out one bucketful of water.'1.3.2.2Pour2pouring rain, raining cats and dogs.Dèsháng shø gvzà vchoq dárà.'This moring it rained cats and dogs.'