Rawang - English


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nejan:sunflower.<Bur.2.2.3.1.1Food from seeds
nél1n:bamboo weevil grubs.=bv̀ng1.6.1.7Insect
nemàn2n:type of bird.1.6.1.2Birdnemànmèn:type of bird.=paqchok
nene wav.i:eat little at a time frequently.Ponini nene wae.'Eat little at a time the whole day.'2.2.2.4Manner of eating
nèr1n:aluminum.Yalòng nø nèrtaq ìe.'This pot is made of aluminum.'1.2.2Substance, matter
nèr2vnèrv.t:pound.
nesiqn:bamboo joint or knot in a tree.Yagùng tvwa nø nesiq luqe.'This bamboo has many joints.''eye' + 'joint'6.1.6Bone, joint
nezor1n:kind of bird.Tvrøt nø mví nezormv̀ng íe.'It is not sparrow, in contrast, (it) is Nezor.'1.6.1.2Bird
ni1vni2v.t:pour, to water.Wedø lega vru zìlòngí nia yàngà wa nø.'It is said that like that it was poured out with the writing ink.'Shǿngwvtrì tì èniò.'Water the flowers.'=jó1.3.2.2Pour
ni2vni1n:hair of head.Vni bàe.'Hair thin(ning)'Vni tutne.'Cut hair.'6.1.5Hairnisvnvnisvnn:braid, plait (n).'hair' + 'tie'
ni31n:day.Ni vrv̀m shø zaqe.'Every day it rains.'4.4.1.2Day2clf:auto-classifier for day.Lvbán pvngwàni'Friday.'Tiqnini èdira.'Come some days, any days.'9.2.7Classifiers
ni43conj:then, if, if that the case.Di ni divme.'He may go. (Lit. if he go he goes.)'Wedø í ni shvlae.'If that the case, it is good.'9.6Connected with, related nìgøconj:although, even though, even that it is the case.=wedø í nìgønìnøconj:if it is the case.Vpè di nìnø ngà mvdøng.'If my father goes, I won't go.'
ni5part:marker which occurs with non-final clauses and nominals to mark really, actually, surely of the CL and N respectively.Nà nø loni ràámì.'As for you, you surely must go.'Bóy dvpvt sha nø shvtni vdue.'Surely it is necessary to slaughter an animal for the festival.'Yarvtø̀ taq phone go we nø vpèni íe.'Calling this time (of the day) I am sure it is from my father.Àngwà zìdvng taqni íe.'It will be the same as before (no changes for good).'9.2.9.1Verb affixes
1v.i:come close.Níshì ráì.'Coming closer.'7.3.6.1Shut, close
2vní1num:1two.Vtøp nø àngse vní shvle vl dárì.'Atheup Palm has two layers of skin.'Rv̀ngtúng walòng gø nøngmaq rvgaq nø vní shvlá dv́ngte wa íe ó'Then, in our land we have only two months called winter.'2dual-marking suffix.Sv̀mgǿní kà tae.'The younger two are obedient.'Ngànínvm gø dì lv́m íe.'We two siblings also will go.'4.1.1Numbernísévnísénum:twenty.Vnísé ming vrúme.'Its 20 miles away.''two' + 'ten'níshaqvníshaqn:alto.Noqngø̀m chø̀myv́ng pòngwèré mèla mvlúngkaqí vníshaq mvkúnsháòe.'The majority of old ladies from the church can sing alto.''two' + 'voice'
3vní2v.t:repeat, say something repeatedly.Àngsì yv́ng vse lv́m íe wa nø poni vní lúngà.'(He) has been repeatedly saying that he wants to visit his grandmother.'5.5.1.2.6Repeat
4nígún:mouth.nítǿln:lip.'mouth' + 'saliva?'=nvtǿlnízìn:beak.'mouth' + 'small'=nongsøn
1vnì2v.i:tire, exhaust.Sháng kèní dvzaqshì dárì rvt vnì daqì.'He is getting tired since he has been working since this morning.'6.4.4Tired
2vnì1kin:aunt (father's sister, mother's brother's wife), mother-in-law.8.1.9Kinshipnì mvshùlvnì mvshùln:neice, aunt's helper, daugther-in-law.nìmèvnìmèkin:mother-in-law.
níchitpèn:bird; Asian koel.1.6.1.2Bird
nìgon:earrings.2.4.1Jewelry
níjèrvmsønn:bird; long-tailed broadbill.1.6.1.2Bird
Nikungpn:Nikhung; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names