Rawang - English


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ri1v.i:dizzy, head spinning.Go rie.'Dizzy, head spinning.'6.5.1Sickriri waadv:dizzy.røng2v.i:first person singular form of ri. It is a combination of ri + -ng, with vowel shift from i>ø, =røng.Dèsháng nø go rønge.'I am having a headache this morning.'
ri2clf:classifier for a bundle, sheaf.Tiqri.'One bundle.'Zøp vníri èríatnò.'Bring two bundles of thatch.'9.2.7Classifiers
ri31v.i:carry.Wervp tiqlvbán tiqbaq shǿng rishìe.'That family carries wood once a week.'Døngjá ripè.'The porter.'Shǿng shèrønge.'He makes me carry fire wood.'Changes to a high tone before -ì, -à and -ò.7.3.1Carry2v.t:transitive form of ri.Shǿng shø̀mgùng ríòe.'Carry three posts.'Só tvrìrì ríámì.'Well, let's go and carry the cane.'rídø̀mn:yoke.røng3v.i:first person singular form of ri. It is a combination of ri + -ng, with vowel shift from i>ø, =røng.Shǿng shèrønge.'(They) made me carried wood.'Dvjá gvzà lishì we tiqlòng rǿngòe.'I am carrying a heavy load.'
3n:time period; formative in noun compounds.Gárí.'dawn'Tiqrí.'stretch of sleep.'
1part:1marker which occurs after nominals to mark plurality of the N.Tiqrì.'Some.'Vsv̀ngrì.'People.'Shǿnwvtrì wvtvpmì.'The flowers have bloomed.'Used on all nouns.9.2.9.2Noun affixes2agent or instrumentative nominalizer, relativizer; people who V.Pé rìò rì shìgùngmóng sv̀ng vyv̀ne.'People who are carrying baskets are marching toward the mountains.'Akvt bèlaq mvshé gwashì rì laqgòng.'Let the people who are wearing red shirts enter now.'
2vrì1n:cowrie shell or shell belt.
3vrì2n:type of bamboo.1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
Rídv́mpn:Ridam; place name.1.8.2.1Names of villages
ríkopn:saddle.'carry' + 'shell, cover'
riln:rust. Usually used together with the word shv̀m 'iron'. See the entry shv̀mril.
rimv.t:keep, guard.Waq rim we bv̀nlì wae.'Do the work of taking care of the pig.'Yamóng dàn 3 nǿng rimdakngà.'I have been looking after this place for three years.'3.3.2Tend herds in fieldsrim nìnàn:domestic animal.'keep' + 'animal'
rímn:layer (cliff).Lóngrím'Stone layer (on cliff).'4.5Location
rìmv.t:1arrest.Vkǿpè rìmòe.'(I) am arresting the thief.'2record sound.Mvkún rìmòe.'Record a song.'Shaqrépè shø̀nlòng sv̀ng kàrím jvkngí rìmòe.'He is recording with a recorder what the old man is saying.'5.5.7.5Record
rìnonmonomatopoeic adverb; used with the verb vrá 'agree, even'.rìn vráv.i:in uniformity, in one spirit.Rìn vrá á:mì!'Let's all eat at the same time!'
Rinkarangpn:Rinkharang; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Rinsánpn:Rinsan; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
ringv.i:honourable, honoured, important, valuable.Ringgǿ.'One who is honoured, well educated.'
ríngv.t:tear; to pull apart.Mèsò gø̀m ríngòe.'Tear up the paper.'
rìng1n:village.Although mvrìng is more commonly used, in the speech of the older generation rìng was attested for village.=mvrìngrìngtùngn:big village.rìngzìn:small village.
rìng2vrìngv.t:1exhort.Noqgú sv̀ng dì lv́m vrìngòe.'He exhorts people to go to the church.'2call out.Vní vshø̀mgo shvt bǿò kvtní wa mvrìng kaq sv̀ng vrìng daqòe.'When (they) killed two or three animals (they) will inform/call out to the village.'5.5.1.4.1Call
Ringdv́mpn:Ringdam; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
ringgungn:cane, rattan.1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
rìngkv́nn:diarrhoea.=songkun vna6.5.2Disease
rìngsín:tiny rattan.=tvrì vlv̀m1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
ripv.i:rise, stand up.Rúngdvng mvdv̀m èrip.'Stand up on the chair.'7.1.1Stand