Rawang - English


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døp1v.t:shape (e.g. mud or thread) into a ball.Svrí døːpmòe.'Spin the thread into a ball shape.'
døp2v.t:recall, remember, know in detail.Mvshǿl mvme døpmòe.'He knows a lot of stories.'5.2.3Know
døp3vdøp1v.t:insert one thing into another by force.7.8.5Make hole, opening
døp4vdøp2n:upper soil from hill field.=dø̀ngjè1.2.2.1Soil, dirt
døp5part:marker which occurs after time nouns to mark entirety, completely, whole of the N.Vnínǿng døp rvmá wàv́mvtshà.'Two whole years we have cultivated fields for our livelihood.'Bvdó kèní Nongmóng sv̀ng vshø̀m ni døp díshìe.'It takes three whole days to walk from Putao to Nongmong.'
døq1v.t:be blocked (of the sun).Vnv̀m døqòe.'(This area) is blocked from the sun's heat.'
døq2vdøqv.t:addicted, starve (for drugs).Gani døqe.'Starve for opium.'
dør1vdørv.t:pour a liquid into a container or onto the ground.Notø̀ngrì tì vdøːròe.'(He) is watering the beans.'But for throwing away water the verb 'up' is used.=ni1.3.2.2Pour
dǿrv.t:pound (e.g. rice, chillies).Vpongí mvzang dǿːròe.'Aphong is pounding the chillies.'7.7.1Hit
dø̀rvdø̀rv.t:hit, beat (person).Weyv́ngø bù dø paqò vdø̀ːrò.'There (they) beat (the dragon) like beating walnuts.'Vdø̀ːrò shí shvt bǿà.'They beat to kill it.'=dip7.7.1Hit
Dǿsoqpn:Deusau; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
døt1n:mouse, rat.Døtsèrì gvza gvláshìe.'The mice are playful.'1.6.1.1.4Rodentdøtmaqn:rat's hole.'rat' + 'hole'døtnaqn:not general rat, but an unclean one that causes trouble for people.'rat' + 'black'døtniq mvzangn:chilli.døtshøqn:rat's nest.'rat' + 'mess'
døt2onmonomatopoeic adverb; used with the verb rung 'sit'.Døt runge.'Sit down.'9.2.11Onomatopoeic
døt3vdøtv.t:push forcely, compact or make dense.Vbarì nàdøtnò.'Compact the mud.'
Dǿtopn:Deuthau; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Dǿyvngpn:Deuyang; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
du1n:iron or mineral mine.Shv̀m du.'Iron mine.'Gv̀msùng du.'Silver mine.'4.5Location1.2.2.3Metal
du2n:officer (of any kind).Byen du.'Army captain.'6Person
du3vduv.i:complement taking verb; suitable, reasonable, be possible, suitable/happen to the V.Narshì vdue.'We should take rest.'Shøzaq rvtø̀ taq dí vdue.'I happened to go while it was raining.'In V-V structure, if the tone of the initial verb is a low tone it changes to a high tone.
1vdú1v.i:happen by chance, serendipity.Wezàng nø ó àngsvp gvzà zaqzàngí vdúra lé.'The hard leaves will happen to reach at that place".'Shǿngshí chv̀ng gø vgo yv́ngni vdúké daqà.'The fruit happened to fall right on his head.'
2vdú2n:fish poison.Tì bvtnvm kvt nø vdú rìí røòe. 'When the water drains (they) poison the fish with the poison.'Dú kadv́ngpv̀n vle má.'How many kinds of poison are there?'
v.t:dig, scoop out, plough (plow).Tìsu dùòe.'Plow a paddy field'Vmèí waqpà dùòe.'Mom is digging the taro.'=chuq7.8.6Dig
Dubepn:Dube; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Dukdàngpn:Dukdang; quarter or village name in Putao town.1.8.2.1Names of villages
Dumengpn:Dumeng; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names