Rawang - English


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gvzàadv:be many, much, plenty.Gvzà oqa íe.'Thank you very much'Myuqrv́m vsv̀ng gvzà vsoqe!'There are so many people in the city!'Precedes the verb it modifies.=laqni4.1.3.1Many, much
gvzùn:prawn.1.6.1.5Fish
gvzv̀mv.i. ~ v.t:do something leisurely. gvzàmv.i. ~ v.t:third person form of gvzv̀m.
gwav.t:wear.Shvrø̀m bèlaq ègwashì.''Put on your clothing.'Changes to a high tone before -ì, -ò.2.3.7Wear clothinggwálv́mpv̀nn:clothings, things to wear.'wear' + PUR + 'thing'gwashìv.i:wear (garment).
gwàvgwàv.i. ~ v.t:distract someone, be troublesome to people.Vgwàkéòe.'Not concentrate, be distracted.'Changes to a high tone before -shì.gwágwá waadv:look blank and foolish, look sheepish.Wegǿ gwágwá wae.'That person acts foolish.'gwáshìvgwáshìv.i:stray, lack of concentration.Lèga màrøshìshaq nøt vgwáshìe.'(He) is distracted without studying.'
gwàngn:curved.Sha hǿng lòng gwàngapmì.'The stick (cannot rebound back any longer) is now curved.'
gwaqv.i:wide, broad.Gwaq we tvra.'Wide road.'Rvgaq nø gwaqe.'The earth is wide.'4.2.4Wide
gwàrpuqn:common room/place; which is the front room of the Rawang house.It is used for people gathering and pounding paddy rice.3.5.2.7Room
Gwayopn:Gwaiau; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
gwen:taro.Gwe døng.'Large taro root.'Gwe shøq.'Small taro root.'2.2.3.1.5Food from rootsgweløqn:taro leaf.Edible.စားလို့ရတယ်။gwemùngn:type of taro.'taro' + 'white'gwemvnv̀ngn:type of taro.'taro' + 'sticky rice'gwenaqn:taro.'taro' + 'black'gwepuqn:brown taro.Gwepuq nø gv̀me.'Brown taro is delicious.'gwesán:taro field.'taro' + CLF.fieldgweson:rotten taro.'taro' + 'rot'gwesún:taro.'taro' + 'white?'gweshèn:red taro.Gweshè nø mvgvm.'Red taro is not delicious.''taro' + 'red'gwetíngn:taro.
gwé1v.i:wear bracelet or necklace.We hǿng ègwéò.'Put on that ring.'Jà swéjú gweshìe.'(She) is wearing a gold necklace.'Changes to a mid tone before -shi.Exclusively with round objects.2.3.7Wear clothing
gwé2vgwéloc.n:left (hand).Hí vgwétv́ng.'Left leg.'4.5.2.3Right, left
Gwedvngpn:Gwedang; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Gwédvngn:name given to a child born with birth cord around the body.1.8.1.7Common terms used with birth order names
gwènàpn:send away gift ​used as a token to show their rememberance.Gwènà dø shvlapmí mvcheqò we tùnké yàngì.'The gift was wrapped with jungle leaves nicely and distributed.'1.8.3Name of a thing
gwìnn:cup.Shégwìn íe.'It is a golden cup.'Traditionally cups are made of bamboo.2.1Household equipmentgwìn pungn:section of bamboo used as a container.Lv̀mzù gwìnpung.'Container made of Lamzu bamboo'
gwingn:blue.Gwing we laqtun.'Blue cloth'4.3.3.3Color
gwíngv.i:crystal, glittering.
gwitv.i:cold.Mùnglàngtì nø gvzà gwitne.'The Munglang river's water is very cold.'4.3.4.1Cold
gwørgwurv.t:throw, toss, give up, abandon.Ègwørò!'Throw it away!'=gur; gwur7.4.5.2Throw away
gwǿrn:bent.Lóng mvgwǿr íe.
gwør mvgwø̀radv:rough surface.