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dvjv̀ngn:three-leaf caper.Bvdó rvgaq dvjv̀ng gvzà yoe.'Three-leaf caper grows plenty in Putao.'Edible leaf.Crateva adansonii2.2.3.1.4Food from leaves
Dvjvngnvmpn:Dakyangnam; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
dvk1v.i:expert, skillful (person).Yapè nø Lisu kà nv̀ng Puq kà dvk íe.'This person is an expert with the Lisu and Jinghpaw languages.'3.1.1.1Expertdakmangdakmang vjìn:philosopher.
dvk2v.t:guess (at a riddle), mentally calculate, infer.Ngàí dvkngòe.'I guess.'5.2.2.4Guessdakv.t:third person singular form of dvk.Àngí dakngò lòng gvzà shvlae.'What he guesses/reasons is good.'
dvkav.t:feed.Svrépè dvkaòe.'Feeding the kid.'dvkashiv.i:overeat.
dvkán:cooked rice.Dvká ámì, èloraé.'Come back, we shall eat rice.'2.2.3Types of food
dvkàn:case, problem, mistake.Dvm lvng we vsv̀ngí nø, tiqkvtkvt dvkà tǿ vdu rae. 'People who use guns may often cause problems.'Problems or cases which are settled only by fines.=bànchvt8.4.2.1Problem8.4.3.1Brave
dvkaq1v.t:separate, depart, turn into.Mvyà tvrà sv̀ng dvkaqòe.'Turned into a wrong way.'Nv̀mlat Lizang tø̀m kèní dvkaqshì we nø Yashaq mvdò.'The family who first separated from Lizang plain is Yasha family.'2clf:classifier for counting numbers of branches, river outlets, sub-branch or committee.Shǿng dvgv̀ng tiqdvkaq.'One tree branch.'Tìwàng dvkaq vle.'It is said that there is one river outlet.'9.2.7Classifiers
Dvkaqpn:Dakha; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
dvkeadv:in spite of, despite.Shø̀nggàn mèdini shø̀nò dvke kudø die.'In spite of telling him not to go out, that manner, (he) is going out.'The last syllable can be reduplicated for emphasis.dvkekeadv:more and more, even more.Dvkeke kà mvtá lúngì.'He became more and more disobedient.'
dvkév.i:1complement taking verb; difficult or danger to V.Dí dvkée.'Difficult to go (you don't want to go but you have to)'We hwáng nø svre dvkée.'That path is dangerous (to go).'5.2.5Opinion2hardly to V.Yapè nø chø̀m sv̀ng lo dvkée.'He hardly goes back home.'In V-V structure, if the tone of the initial verb is a low tone it changes to a high tone.=yvk, rvzaq
Dvkeqpn:Dakhe; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
dvki1v.t:torture, bother.Sv̀mrépèí àngmè dvkiòe.'The child is giving trouble to his mother.'
dvki2n:type of resin.Dvkií pimkee.'Got poisoned by resin.'1.5.5Parts of a plantdvkiyøn:oil made from straight-stemmed tree.
dvkín:gall bladder.=svkí6.1Body
DvkinvmDvchinv̀mpn:Dakhinam; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Dvkiqdv́mpn:Dakhidam; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Dvkirungpn:Dakirung; place name.1.8.2.1Names of villages
dvkon:small basket worn on back with head strap.Vpèí dvko zatnòe.'Father is weaving a small basket.'3.7.6Holding tool
dvkoq1quant:all, everything.Dvkoq zǿng bǿngà.'I gave the last bit.'4.1.5Alldvkoq dvtquant:entirety, completely.Vbǿ dvkoq dvtnapmì.'All the paddy rice was eaten up.''all' + 'extinct'dvkoq nv̀mnìquant:all, everything.Jongrìí lvgongsá dvkoq nv̀mnì v́mapmà.'The parrots have eaten up the whole corn field.'dvkoq rvtv.t:kill entirely, do something forcefully.'all' + 'pick'
dvkoq2v.t:the last remaining of something.Vm dvkoq hvnsè.'The last remaining paddy.'Usually it refers to small amount.
dvkøv.i:famine.Dènǿng nø vm dvkøe.'This year we have a shortage of rice.'CAUS + 'steal'dvkø láv.t:look for food during the famine.CAUS + 'steal' + 'search'dvkøwàngrø̀mn:famine.Dvkø wàngrø̀m vtitne.'There is/happens a great famine.'
Dvkø̀mpn:Dakheum; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Dvkǿmtaqpn:Dakheumtha; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
dvkøqv.i. ~ v.t:take protection or shelter.Shǿnggùng yv́ng dvkøqshì nø vle.'He stays protected by the tree.'Dèni la nø svrapè chø̀m yv́ng dvkøqshìe.'These days he is staying at the teacher's house.'