Rawang - English


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Choshapn:Chausha; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
chø1v.t:make a hole in something, like wood, as in making a crossbow.Tvli chøshìe.'Making a crossbow's hole.'7.8.5Make hole, opening
chø2vchø1v.i:in a dangling position.Nip vchøe.'Mucus is hanging out of his nose.'
chø3vchø2v.t:pour rain.1.1.3.3Rain
chø dvchø̀n:feel small, feel inferior.Mv́rdaq chø dvchø̀sèí dì daqì.'He came feeling inferior.'
chø̀chø̀onmonomatopoeic adverb; used with the verbs dvt 'extinct' and rùl 'wrestle'.9.2.11Onomatopoeicchø̀chø̀ dvtadv:lack of things.chø̀chø̀ rùlv.t:try something beyond one's capability.Konáhv́ng vsv̀ng vshø̀mgǿí wa poni chø̀chø̀ rùl dv́rshà.'The whole day only three person work so hard on the field.'
chøm1mvchøm2clf:classifier for counting numbers of tubes and long round, bamboo-like things.Tvwa tiqchøm.'One bamboo tube.'9.2.7Classifiers
chøm2v.t:influence.Mìnkàí chømkélóngshà.'We have been influenced by the Burmese language.'=mvchøm
chøm3onmonomatopoeic adverb.9.2.11Onomatopoeicchøm vyǿmadv:sulking look.Mvrshv̀m chøm vyǿme.'He loses his face.'
chø̀mn:house.Dǿrvmmaq chø̀m Yvngungvyv́ng vle.'Deeram (and others) have a house in Yangon.'3.5.1.1Housechø̀m àngkàngn:1host.Chø̀m àngkàngpè dìráì.'The landlord (the male house owner) has come.''house' + 'lord'2head of the household.Nøngmaq rvpmí nø chø̀m àngkàng gǿ lora ke wa kà vwv̀ngatnìe.'As for our family, we shall respond when the head of the family (usually the husband) comes back.'chø̀m døtn:house mouse.Chø̀m døtrì gvzà gvláshìe.'Mice in the house are playing.''house' + 'mouse'chø̀m lv̀ngzvngn:house maid.Chø̀m lv̀ngzvng wáshì lv́m Yangon sv̀ng búnge.'She goes to Yangon to work as a house maid.''house' + 'maid'chø̀m nìnàn:livestock, domestic animal.Ka nø chø̀m nìnà íe.'Chicken is an domestic animal.''house' + 'animal'chø̀m pvlun:floorboards of house.Chø̀m pvlu nø dóngzin wàì.'As for the floor, we shall make bamboo plait.''house' + 'mat' or 'floor'chø̀m shǿmn:broom.Gátuq kèní chø̀m shǿm èwvn daqòé.'Please buy a broom from Gathu.''house' + 'sweep'chø̀m vngámlaploc.n:in front of the house.Sv̀mrerì chø̀m vngámlap mvnshìe.'The children are playing in front of the house.'chø̀m yvnggúngn:long house, a traditional style of house, where four or five families lived together.Vkop vkàngmaq nø chø̀m yvnggúng taq vlyàngì.'Our forefathers lived in long houses.''house' + 'long'chø̀mdø̀ngmèn:main building.Nøngmaq nø chø̀mdø̀ngmèsèrì íshàe.'We are the offsprings from the main building.'chø̀mgùngn:household.Nàmaq mvrìng taq chø̀mgùng kàdv́ngte vle má.'How many households are there in your village?'=chø̀mkùngchø̀mkùngn:household.=chø̀mgùngchø̀mlv́mn:building materials.chø̀mmèn:1wife.Àng chø̀mmè nø svramaq íe.'His wife is a school teacher.''house' + 'female'2large house.Pongrvmmaq chø̀m nø chø̀mmè íe.'Phongram and others' house is big.'chø̀mpèn:husband.Wemè nø àngchø̀mpè vdáe.'She is a married person.''house' + 'male'chø̀mpøtn:foundation, yard, compound.Chø̀mpøt vwalshìe.'They are dividing land (for building houses).'=chø̀mrá, chø̀m tø̀ngràchø̀mpvngloc.n:area under the house, below the house.Ngàmaq chø̀mpvng nø tì wa íe.'It is only water under our house.''house' + 'below'Contrasts with chø̀mtaq 'above the house'.chø̀mpvng chø̀mtaqn:neighbours.'house down' + 'house up'=gwurhøm chø̀mchø̀mrán:foundation.=chø̀mpøt, chø̀m tø̀ngràchø̀msanglvpn:rear of the house.chø̀mtaqloc.n:area above the house.Chø̀mtaq rvp nø Mìn íe.'Burmese live above the house.''house' + 'above'Contrasts with chø̀mpvng 'below the house on the hill'.
Chø̀mgùnggàngpn:Cheumgunggang; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
chø̀mkùng roqn:common rat snake.1.6.1.3.1Snake
Chø̀msøpn:Cheumseu; place name.1.8.2.1Names of villages1.8.2.8Names of countries
chø̀myochø̀myorén:girl, young woman.Chø̀myorémèlaí laqwàò.'Let the young girls do it.''house' + 'grow' + 'class of group'6Personchø̀myo làngbàn:teenage girl, beautiful girl.Nvngshv́r nø chø̀myo làngbà í dvgvp gvzà vnvpyàngì.'Nangsar was very beautiful when she was teenage girl.'chø̀myo shaqn:spinster.Kùngrv́n bóy washì lv́m gvzà vpǿ lúngì rvt chø̀myoshaqrì mvme luq lúngì.'There are many spinsters these days since the cost for a wedding ceremony is high.'chø̀myo vgùn:teenage girl.Chø̀myo vgù wa íwe sv̀ngchø̀m shvloòe.'They let her marry while she is still a teenager.'=chø̀myo làngbàchø̀myo vjø̀ngn:virgin.'girl' + 'authentic or real'
chǿng1part:real, true.Chǿng íe lánòe.'(He) thinks that is OK (but I don't).'Only used in a negative sense, speaker doesn't agree that the thing is good.
chǿng2v.i. ~ v.t:be empty, be free.Taqchv̀ng chǿnge.'The pot is empty.'Chúngchv̀ng chǿngòe/dvchǿngòe.'I am emptying the jar.'
chǿng3adv:exclusively, only, single-handedly.Yùlrì chǿng wàòe.'He only does easy stuff.'It follows nouns modified.=dvchǿng4.1.3Plural
chøp1v.t:put on (socks, gloves, hat, mask, etc. ). Hídvchøp shìe.'He is putting on socks.'=dvchøpchøpdø̀nn:shoes.Chøpdø̀n namòe.'He sells shoes.''put on' + 'wear (sandal)'chøpdø̀n svnhǿngn:shoelace, shoe string.'shoe' + 'tie' + 'string'chøpdø̀n yvnggúngn:boot.'shoe' + 'long'
chøp2onmonomatopoeic adverb; used with the verb bvløp 'fold'.Chøp bvløːpmòe.'Bend it.'
chøt1onmonomatopoeic adverb; used with the verb dvgoq 'bend, curve'.Chøt dvgoqshìe.'Bend'9.2.11Onomatopoeic
chøt2vchøtv.i:fade (of colors of clothes).Vyong vchøtne.'The color fades.'
chuv.t:clean, clear forest for planting.Rvmá chuòe.'Clear the land for cultivation.'Rvmá chu rvtø̀ gø høqatnà.'The time for clearing the field has come.'2.6.1Clean, dirty
chú1onmonomatopoeic adverb; sighǃ.Dèni nø nò dvzaqshì dv́rshà wí chú wàdv́rshàé.'As for today, we are so tired since we worked so hard.'
chú2vchúv.t:drill, peck with a beak.Shv̀mvgoí adø vchú ràe lè.'It has to be poked/drilled with the head of the knife.'=kvrú7.8.3Cut
chù1v.i. ~ v.t:decayed eggs, unhatch eggs.4.3.7.8Decay