Rawang - English


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Tongkapn:Thaungkha; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
tòngmvngn:ancient, original, something passed down from generation to generation.Tòngmvngpè.'Ancestor or an ancient person.'Tòngmvng vzǿ lv̀m.'original vzǿ dance'4.4.1.7Eratòngmvngsèn:ancient people.Tòngmvngsèní.'The two original people.'
Tongnongpn:Thaungnaung; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Tòngpǿpn:Thaungpheu; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Tòngzépapn:place name.1.8.2.2Names of regions
Tòngzérúngpn:Tongzerung; a mountain name.1.8.2.4Names of mountains
toq1v.t:talk, speak.Toqshìe.'He talks (to someone).'Talk to someone senior or to God (for northern Ramethi speakers this is now the general word for 'talk')5.5Communicationtoq tipvtoq vtiqv.i:speak, communicate.
toq2vtoqv.t:drop.toqtoqv.i:drip (drops of water).
Toqlàngn:Thaulang; place name.
toqloqv.i:be just, be fair."Àng dvpvt toqloqe" wa vmsit rishìe.'He said, "as for him, he got enough shares" and carried the rice and went home.'
Toqrv̀ngpn:Thaurang; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
toqzv́nn:small hammer.3.7.2Pounding tool
tor mvdorn:straight.9.1.1.2Become, change state4.3.1.3Straight
tòrin:toy top.8.2.7Play, fun
Toshánpn:Thaushan; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Tòwápn:birth order name for the eighth born male.1.8.1.8Birth order names
towàngn:edible leaf, the grow near the snow mountains in northern Myanmar.It tastes like pork.2.2.3.1.4Food from leaves
tǿv.t:1pick up.Lègabok ètǿò.'Pick up the book.'2call, to name, to pick a nameSv̀mrépè sv̀ng Pongzì wanø tǿòe.'The male-child was named Phongzi.'Nø̀nze Pong wanø tǿatnà.'(They) called (him) Neunze Phong.'Rvwàng kàí nø Mvrkú shìgùng wa nø tǿòe.'In Rawang language it is called Markhu mountain.'
tø̀v.i:short (of people or anything).Mvløt èaq kèní vsak tø̀rae.'If you smoke your life will be short.'=dong4.2.2.1Short, not long
tøl1v.t:grab (from someone else), take by force.tølvm vsv̀ngn:robber.'grab' + BEN + 'person'
tøl2n:saliva.6.1Bodytøl haqn:phlegm.'saliva' + 'irritated throat'tøl tølv.i. ~ v.t:spit.Tøl tølshìe.'Spit out spittle.'tøl vyùngv.i:salivate; mouth watering.Sv̀ngrì vmlòng yàngò nø tøl vyv̀nge.'(His) mouth is watering from seeing other people eat.''saliva' + 'hang mucus'
tøm1v.i:end.Mvshǿl lòng ayv́ng tø̀me.'The story ends here.'Dvrákóò lòng dvtømòe.'(He) is closing his preaching.'4.5.1Here, there2clf:the part of a tree after cutting down the tree (the stump) or the part of a log that is left after burning (the part not burned).Shǿng tiqtøm'One tree stump.'=dø̀m9.2.7Classifiers