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sø̀ngdøsǿngdøn:the whole day; dawn to dark.Adø sø̀ngdø dvhømyv́ng lángòe wa. 'This manner (he) was looking for the egg's joint the whole day.'Sǿngdø Vpung sv̀ng sangdárà.'I waited for Aphong the whole day.'=sǿngdø4.4.6Aspectual timesǿngsǿngdøadv:extremely dark.Yakóng nø sǿngsǿng døe.'This room is dark (like during the monsoon).'
søp11v.i. ~ v.t:suck.Kvmùng èsøq.'Suck or eat sugarcane.'2v.t:wring out clothes when washing them.Laqtun èsøpmò.'Wring the clothes.'
søp2v.t:remember, recall.Kadø dì lv́m ímá mvsøp bǿngà. 'I don't remember how to go.'Tvrà lòng mvsøp bǿngà.'I don't remember the way (to go).'5.2.6Remember
søp3onmonomatopoeic adverb; used with the verb tvr 'cut with force'.Søp tvròe.'(I) chop (it) completely.'9.2.11Onomatopoeic
søq1v.t:suck milk or eating of liquid or juicy fruit.Ló shǿngshí èsøqnø̀ng.'Well, eat some fruits.'2.2.2.4Manner of eating
søq2onmonomatopoeic adverb, used with the verb zøq.Ne søq zøq wvp bǿà.'He shot him blind.'9.2.11Onomatopoeic
søqsøq vyinonmonomatopoeic adverb.Ya bóy nø vsv̀ng màdá søqsøq vyin íe.'This celebration is really boring without many people attending.'
søronmonomatopoeic adverb; used with the verb zú 'extend (hand)'.Sør zúshìe.'Give something without a second thought.'9.2.11Onomatopoeicsør mvwaadv:unshaken, being able to bear hardship.sør vzúadv:roaming, going everywhere.Vnvng nø kuyv́ng yayv́ng sør vzúe.'Anang reaches everywhere (Lit. go here and there).'
sǿrv.i. ~ v.t:make something sharp or pointed.Waqhv́m wà lv́m tvwa sǿròe.'I am making bamboo sharp to make a fence.'
sø̀rv.t:drain.V́mpà taq tì èsø̀rò.'Drain out water from the rice pot.'
søt1v.t:close (door).Wáng bv́ngkà èsøtnò.'Close the gate.'7.3.6.1Shut, close
søt2v.t:perfunctorily giving a small and under-value gift.Svragvbàpè sv̀ng gv̀msùng tiqsé sèí wa søtnòe.'He gave just ten Kyats to the great teacher as a perfunctory gift.'
søt3vsøt1v.t:chop or cut with an axe, chop (up): used for downward cutting motion only, e.g. cutting up a tree after it has been cut down.Shǿng vsøtnòe.'I am chopping firewood.'7.8.1Break2clf:classifier for counting numbers of chops or sections.Shǿng tiqsøt.'One piece of (chopped) wood.'9.2.7Classifiers
søt4onmonomatopoeic adverb; used with the verb kung 'wake up'.Søt kungshìe.'(He) wakes us up suddenly.'
søt5n:check
søt6n:type of fly or ngats.1.6.1.7Insect
sø̀zøv.i:disappear completely.Gvmsùngrì sø̀zø lv́ngaqmà.'He used up all the money.'OMP + 'dissolve'6.3.1.5.1Appear
suv.t:take, move things around.Wur sushìe.'Steal something.'su dvsuadv:have thieving tendency.
1clf:classifier for counting numbers of tiny portions, clumps (of plants).Shø̀n tiqsùse yóvpmì.'A portion of weeds have grown.'=pù9.2.7Classifiers
2n:(eyes) pus.Vgisè nø nesùí wa dv́ngkéò vgisè tiqhvn naòni.'He raised a little dog, even one that was overcome by white discharge of the eyes.'6.1Body6.2.4Mucus
sun1v.t:think, guess, reckon, calculate, figure out (e.g. how much you need of something).Shǿng kadv́ng gùng ràlòng èsunò.'Calculate how many posts we need.'5.2.2.4Guess
sun2onmonomatopoeic adverb; used with the verb búng 'stand up'.Sun búnge.'Just stood up and went.'=tvm9.2.11Onomatopoeic
sún1v.i:alive.Kadø í nìgø yapè nø súnshìlongna íe.'Well, whatever it is, this boy may come alive.'5.1.2Mental statesúnshìv.i:living.Mèwaniǃ Bø̀ go shi súnshìe'Don't do it, the snake is still alive.'
sún2n:garden.Àngmaq nv̀mbvn sún nø gvzà vnvpme.'Their garden is so beautiful.'<Jp.3.2.9Farmland
Sunpapn:Sunpha; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names