Rawang - English


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mòngzø̀lv.i:stable, peaceful.Mòngzø̀l dø èv̀l nø̀ng.'Stay peaceful.'mòngzø̀l rvgaqn:peaceful place.
Monyínpn:Mongyi; place name.1.8.2.1Names of villages
mopin:beggar.Mopirì sv̀ng mvré zaràe.'The beggers should be sympathized.'<Jp.6Person
moqv.t:sting by an army of bees.Kwárìí moqòe.'Sting by an army of bees.'1.6.4Animal actions
Moqpn:Mau; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Moqsvngpn:Mausang; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Moqwapn:place name.1.8.2.2Names of regions
mòràn:aloe wood, eaglewood.Mòrà nø gvzà vpǿe.'Aloe wood is expensive.'1.5.1Tree
Mowepn:Mauwe; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
moyan:colour.=nv̀mya
mozan:sock, stocking.Zǿngnè làm taq gvzà zø̀ngrvt moza dvchø̀pshìràe.'We need to wear socks during the cold season.'<Jp.2.3.6Parts of clothing
1v.t:obstruct the view, make it hard to see.Rvmøtní møòe.'The clouds are obstructing the view.'Nv̀m møòe.'The sun light is blocked.'
2vmøv.i:in time, still have time.Tì shǿlshì lv́m rvtø̀ vmøe má.'Do we still have time to take a bath.'4.4.2Take time
3part:marker which occurs after nouns to mark an agentive case.Ngàmø wv̀ngònøng.'I will do it.'<Wadamkhaung dailect.9.2.9.2Noun affixes
Mø̀vMøn:deity, god.
møln:body hair, fur, feather, plume.Rvshà møl.'Monkey hair.'6.1.5Hairmølshømn:hair of body.Àng mølshøm gvzà yoè.'(He) has lots of hair on his body.''hair/fur/feather' + 'small/fine'
mø̀lvmø̀l1v.i. ~ v.t:wither (flower), fade, thresh.Nv̀mbvn vmø̀lòe.'Wither flowers.'7.8.1Break2v.i:loosen soil.
Mølø̀mpn:Meuleum; place name.1.8.2.1Names of villages1.8.2.8Names of countriesMølø̀m lizangpn:Meuleum Lizang; place name.
Mø̀mèpn:goddess, another name for Dvmø̀.1.8.4Name of Nat or Divine beingMvrùng language.
mønv.i:cut into long thin strips.Sha dvteshaq rì mønòe.'Stripping the boiled meat.'=møt
mǿnn:1moth.2kind of insect that eats leather.
mǿnsìn:camphor.
møqv.t:cover, block (with something).Sv̀mré sv̀ng laqtuní møqòe.'The baby is covered by a blanket.'Svmi mvje chv̀ngla waqpúí èmøqò.'Cover the charcoal with ashes.'7.3.7Cover
mørv.i:branch out, sprout out.Shǿng dvgv̀ngsèrì møre.'Branches sprout out.'