Rawang - English


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Dumsagrongpn:Dumsagraung; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
dùmùnbe many, great multitude.Sasèrì dùmùn kø̀me.'A multitude of birds gathering up.'4.1Quantitydùmùn dùsháquant:countless; massive amount or number of.Vsv̀ng dùmùn dùshá di rae.'A multitude of people will come.'
dun1vdunn:shawl, light blanket.Vkoí gø dun tiqdùng raqapmà.'Ah Khaw has weaved a shawl.'2.3Clothing
dun2v.t:castrate.Waqsègo dunvpshà.'We have castrated the piglet.'=shan
dùnn:rhinoceros.Ponggan rvzì lap darì nø dùn v̀l yàngì wae.'It is reported that once rhinoceors lived in the Ponggan mountain area.'1.6Animal
Dunakpn:Dunak; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Dùnòpn:Dunau; name given to second son's first daughter in Matkyung area.=Dǿ Nvng1.8.1.1Personal names
dung1v.t:be enough, sufficient.Dènǿng nø v́mpàí duːngòe.'As for this year, (they) have sufficient food.'
dung2v.t:bind the edges.Pé duːngòe.'Binding the edges of a basket.'
dung3vdungloc.n:area, region.We vdung nø Mvtjùng vdung íe.'That area is the Matkyung area.'Tvláwàng dung taq Zerwangrì vle wae.'Zewang people live in Thalawang area.'Refers to bigger area than rv́m or other terms for area.=ìdung4.5Location
dung4onmonomatopoeic adverb; the sound of beating hollow wood.Weyv́ngø waq na dúngrì nø "sìngé" wanø "dung dung dung" wa møːtnò.'At the place, (the children) said the pig feeding tube is "a gong" and beat it "Dung Dung Dung Dung".'9.2.11Onomatopoeic
dúng1n:tube, long container.Tvwa dúng.'Bamboo tube.'2clf:classifier for bottles, tubes (of wine).Tvwa dúng taq tì kapmòe.'Fetch water in a bamboo tube.'9.2.7Classifiersdúngjùn:young bamboo tube which is used for boiling water.
dùng1v.t:tie up.Vkǿpè dùngòe.'Tie up a thief.'7.5.4Tiedòng4v.t:first person singular form of dùng.
dùng2clf:classifier for a big piece of cloth, blanket, or garment.Bèlaq tiqdùng wanòe.'(He) is buying a shirt.'9.2.7Classifiers
dùng3n:forest.It is usually found as the first syllble of noun compound. Never attested using itselft as a noun.dùngkan:bird; pheasant, wild fowl.'forest' + 'chicken'dùnglàngn:forest, jungle.<Daru dialect.
dùng4n:hole.Vba dùng.'Mud hole.'Lóngdùng gvbà.'A big cave.'
dùng5onmonomatopoeic adverb; sound of large item falling down.Vlé rǿm bǿò kvt nø dùng wa vja daqe.'When the palm was cut down, it will fall down "Dung".'9.2.11Onomatopoeic
dùngchan:worm which is found inside taro.It is usually found by itself.=nyé, né, nyíl1.6.1.7Insect
Dungpúpn:Dungpu; place name.1.8.2.1Names of villages
Dúngwìpn:Dungwi; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
dupv.t:wrap around, cover up.Sv̀mré gǿ pazitní dupmòe.'Wrap the baby with a towel.'duppòrn:foreskin of man's genital.'wrap around' + 'skin'
duqv.i:throw up, vomit.V́mbǿà rì shvngbe duq bǿà.'(He) vomited all he had eaten.'duq dvzønv.i:feel like vomiting, or have a queasy feeling.Yatì ak bǿngà rvt duq dvzøne.'I feel like vomiting after eating honey comb.'=weqweqduq vlv́ngv.i:feel like vomiting, or have a queasy feeling.=duq dvzøn
duqduq waadv:uncooked rice.V́mpà duqduq wa køt dárà.'(He) has under cooked the rice.'2.2.3Types of food