Rawang - English


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Dvgong1pn:name given to someone born late, not at the expected time.<gong 'matured well, ripe'1.8.1.7Common terms used with birth order names
Dvgong2pn:Dagaung; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
dvgóngn:goblet.=tìdúng2.1Household equipment
dvgoqv.i:1turn a corner.Modochv̀ng dvgoqòe.'He is turning the car around.'2curved, crooked, bent.Tvrónggùng dvgoqe.'The post is curved.'Juq dvgoqe.'Hunch-back.'goqdvgoqn:bent.Shǿng goqdvgoq tiqgùng baqatnà.'(He) came carrying crooked wood.'
Dvgoqpn:Dagau; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
dvgòrn:wizard, foreseer, diviner.One who talks to Dvmø.=dv̀mshà8.1.2Types of peopledvgòr wav.i:make prediction or do wizard's work.
dvgǿv.t:cover.7.3.7Cover
dvgø̀1num:nine, the ninth.Vsv̀ng dvgø̀ gǿ.'Nine people.'4.1.1Numberdvgø̀sénum:ninety.'nine' + 'ten'
dvgø̀ngn:clan, family, tribe.Vdè dvgø̀ng.'(One's) own family/clan/tribe.'Rvwàng dvsì taq dvgø̀ngsè mvme vle.'The Rawang race got many clans.'=dvsì
dvgøq1v.t:block (the view or the light).Chø̀mí dvgøq kéòe.'The (light) is blocked by the house.'Mèsò gø̀mí dègøqò.'Block (it) with that paper.'
dvgøq2v.i:hiccup.6.2.2Cough, sneeze6.5.2Disease
Dvgøtaqpn:Dageutha; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
dvgun:1bridge, rope bridge, or a narrow path in deep steep for both animals and people to cross.3.5.4Infrastructure2path, channel.Vkàng júrøtkùng sv̀ng Vnvngmaq dvgu kèní waq tiqgo lv́ngatnà.'One pig was donated for my grandfather's prayer meeting from the channel of Anang and her family.'=dang kènídvgu tvlaqn:river crossing point using a single rope.=vlaqdvgushìv.i:cross a river by hanging on one rope.
Dvgungpn:Dagung (river).1.8.2.3Names of rivers
dvgúngv.i:bend, curve, hunchback.Vsì nø vsak 90 sé nǿng íráì rvt juq dvgúnge.'My grandmother is hunchbacked as she is almost 90 years old.'gungdvgúngadv:(waist) bend.
dvgùng1n:honour, glory.Dvgùng vlpè.'Man who has honour.'Gvray dvgùng bunge.'God's glory is manifested.'dvgùng gùngshv̀ngn:be glorified, exalted.dvgùng zív.t:glorify.Gvray kaq dvgùng zíòe.'(They) glorify God.''honour' + 'give'
dvgùng2n:tusk, ivory, fang.Mvgwì dvgùng.'Elephant's tusk.'Waqshv̀ng dvgùng.'Pig's tusk.'1.6.2Parts of an animal
dvgupv.t:throw; refers to throwing of large items.Péchv̀ng dègup daqò.'Throw the basket down.'7.3.1.1Throwdvgupshìv.i:jump (of animals or people).
dvgv́mv.i:curse.=mvtándvgámv.t:third person form of dvgv́m.
dvgv̀mn:grave, graveyard, cemetery.Vkàng dvshá dvgv̀m shøn shønangòe.'I am clearing weeds at My grandfather's graveyard.'=løprà6.6.6.6Grave
dvgvngv.t:strike, beat.Wepè go chv̀ng dvgvngò.'(I) am striking that man's head.'7.7.1Hitdvgangv.t:third person singular form of dvgvng.
dvgv́ngv.i:short (people or animals).Ngàmaq svrapè nø dvgv́nge.'Our father is short.'Exclusively with animate nouns.4.2.2.1Short, not longgvngdvgv́ngadv:short.
dvgv̀ng1n:1branch, twig.Shǿng (dvgv̀ng) tiq dvgv̀ng.'One branch of a tree.'9.2.7Classifiers2sub.Gomidi àngdvgv̀ngrì.'Sub-committees.'1.5.5Parts of a plant
dvgv̀ng2v.i:hasty, anxious.Lo dvgv̀nge.'He is anxious to go home.'=mvnàn, mvhè