Rawang - English


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Vkunpn:Akhun; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
vl11v.t:say.Ngaí vlòe.'I am telling him.'5.5Communication2v.t:tell.Nvpni vl lv́m laqí.'I will tell (him) tomorrow.'3v.i:call, name.Vlún vlòe.'I called him Alun.'5.5.1.4.1Callalv.t:third person singular form of vl.Àngí gøp alòe.'He closes (something like a clamshell).'
vl2v.i:exist, have, live (somewhere).9.1.1Bev́l lúnshìv.i:have comfortable life.Vpòng bv̀nlì shvlá wa rvt aǹgmaq rvp nø v́l lúnshìe.'Aphong's family have a proper living standard because he has a good job.''exist' + 'get' + R/Mv́l nàmv.i:convenient to stay.v́mbǿngà ke wa v́lnàmv́mà.'Only after eating I became comfortable.''exist' + 'comfortable'v́l shvlav.i:liveable.Putao rvgaq nø vsv̀ng v́l shvla móng íe.'Putao areas is liveable.''exist' + 'good'
Vláwàngpn:Alawang; place name.1.8.2.1Names of villages1.8.2.8Names of countries
Vlérv́mtongpn:Aleramtong; place name.1.8.2.1Names of villages
Vletnvmpn:Aletnam; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Vliqongpn:Aliaung; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
vm1n:rice (paddy) (unhusked rice).2.2.3.1.1Food from seedsvmdvbúngn:seedling (rice).vmpv́ln:chaff, bran, wheat bran.'eat' + 'thing' + 'bran'vmsitn:rice.vmshv́rn:new rice.Vmshv́r bóy.'New rice (harvest) festival.''paddy' + 'new'vmyø̀n:rice for plantation.
vm2v.i:eat (soft and watery foods, like rice).V́m lv́m aq lv́m.'Things to eat and drink.'With suffixes, -à, -ì, and -ò, it changes to high tone.2.2.2.4Manner of eatingámv.t:third person singular of vm.Vpongí v́mpà tiqmvcheq mèpv̀ng tiqmvcheq ámòe.'Aphong is eating package after packages of rice.'v́mv.t:transitive form of vm.v́mgvmv.i:tasty.'eat' + 'tasty'v́mò pàn:things to eat.v́mràn:place to eat.v́mrà zang íè.'This is a place to eat.''eat' + NOM.placeThing to eat.
-v́m2suff:1verbal suffix for marking movement away from speaker, recent past and benefactive.9.2.9.1Verb affixes2verbal suffix for marking benefactive of the V."Nvpni kèní chuámì" wa vrùːnge wa.'"(Let’s start) to cultivate from tomorrow", they said to each other.'Àngdv̀nggúng dv́ngte nø rív́mdv̀ng íe.'(You) can carry a bagful (of fish) for your own benefit.'9.2.9.1Verb affixes
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v́mpàn:cooked rice, food.'eat' + 'thing'v́mpà dvchit tìn:gruel, porridge.'ear' + 'thing' + 'cook until only liquid left' + 'water'v́mpà køt chø̀mn:kitchen.'eat' + 'thing' + 'cook' + 'house'waqv́mpàn:pig feed.'pig' + 'food'
Vmvtpn:Amat; place name.1.8.2.1Names of villages
vnv.t:pick, pluck.Mvnga vnòe.'I pick the mustard leaf.'7.8.1Breakanv.t:third person singular form of vn.Àngí mvnga anòe.'He is picking mustard leaves.'
Vnenggampn:Anenggam; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Vnopn:Anau; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
Vnòngpn:Anong; ; one of the major branches of Rawang tribe.1.8.1.4Tribal names
Vnoqpn:Anau; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
vpv.t:hand over, submit.Bv̀nlì apmòe.'(I) hand over the responsibility (to someone).'Vpèyv́ng gv̀msùng vpmòe.'I submitted some money to my father.'apv.t:third person singular form of vp.
-vpsuff:verbal suffix for marking recent past; within a few days of the time of speaking.Nvmtømtì téapmì.'The Namthum river got flooded.'Waqsègo gvza lvtéapmì, kapà shèv́mvpshà.The little pig has grown a lot, what did you feed (it)?'9.2.9.1Verb affixes
Vpvngpn:Apang; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names