Rawang - English


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dòngsǿrn:awl, prod; bamboo or wood pointed stick.Wekvtní nø shajǿng tiqdòngsǿr dvgángò.'Then (he) also roasted a chain of meat on a pointed stick.'3.7.1.1Poking tool
dòngsøtn:bamboo toy gun.3.7Tool
dòngshøln:placenta.'hole' + 'wash'6.1Body
Dòngzépn:Dongze; place name.1.8.2.1Names of villages
Dòngzépapn:Daungzepa; place name and also Rawang surname.1.8.2.2Names of regions
dóngzinn:bamboo splits made for floor of the house.Chø̀m pvlu nø dóngzin wàì.'As for the floor, we shall make with bamboo.'=døndùng3.5.3Building materials
doq1v.t:give, put in.Vniní doqòe.'Anin contributed.'=dó7.4.1Give, hand to
doq2vdoqv.t:ask forcibly.Vkǿpè màchángshì dv́ngte vdoqò nø̀ røːtnòe.'Ask the thief forcibly until he confesses.'=vdaq5.5Communication
doq3n:round bamboo basket for storing paddy.=ruq3.7.6Holding tool
doq vdv́ngv.t:to straighten.
dorv.t:bring water or extend.
dórv.i:strong smell.Tìkwè bøpshøng dóre.'The mud smells really bad.'6.3.4Smell
dòròn:violin, huqin.Dòrò møːtnòe.'Play the huqin or violin.'A two-stringed bowed instrument.8.3.2.2Humble4.2.3.5Musical instrument
dòsèn:pea.2.2.3.1.1Food from seeds
dòshangn:pillar, post; used in Rawang traditional house.Smaller than dòlø̀m post.3.5.2Parts of a building
dòshú dògan:leisurely, at one's own time, live without worry.V́mpà màkøtnv́mshaq dòshú dòga ngaqshìe.'(He) is sitting idly without having prepared the dinner.'=nøt lø̀mlø̀m, pànøt mànøt9.2.12Expression.
dòshùngn:house pillar.Smaller than dòlø̀m post.3.5.3Building materials
1v.i:dark.Dø daqì.'It getting dark.'Dèyaq nø sǿngsǿng døe.'It is really dark tonight.'4.3.3.2Darkdørø̀mn:evening.Dørø̀mí ngàyv́ng èdiraé.'Come to me in the evening.'
2dǿ2v.t:wear, put on.Naqdø̀ døshìe.'He puts on the pants.'Vpongí naqdø̀ vnídùng dǿòe.'Aphong is wearing two pants.'When followed by verbal suffixes '-ò', '-ì' and '-yv̀ng' it changes from mid to high tone.Exclusively with wearing pants.2.3.7Wear clothing
3part:manner adverbial marking particle. It follows NP or VP or clause to mark that the main action is carried out in the manner represented by the NP, VP, or clause.We dø ewàò lòng gvzà shvlae.'The way in that manner you are doing is good.'Svràgvbà tiqpè dø kàshø̀ne.'(He) speaks like the great teacher.'Ngaí wvngò dø wa èwàò.'Just do the way/manner I am doing it.'Vzv̀ngpè dvgupshì dø dègupshì.'Just jump like the one in front of you.'9.2.8Interjections
4onmonomatopoeic adverb.Kapèí røːtnámò nìgø dø gø mvwa.'She wouldn't utter a sound/word to whoever proposed her.'9.2.11Onomatopoeic
dǿ1v.i:(to come out) smoke.Mvyǿ dǿe.'The smoke is coming out.'Mvyǿ gvzà dǿe tiqlònglòng vkatna íe.'There is so much smoke, something must be burning.'
DǿvDǿpn:Deu; birth order name for the second born male.Sv̀ngdúng rvp Dǿsè baqshìapmì.'The Sangdong family got a second son.'1.8.1.8Birth order names
dø̀1v.i:boil-tender, to boil a long time until the item become extremely soft.Sha dø̀e.'The meat is boiled-tender.'Sharø dvdø̀òe.'Boil the bones.' (Lit. cause to boil bones)