Rawang - English


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Zìyàpn:Ziya; place name.1.8.2.1Names of villages
zı̀bèn:salary, wages.Shvlá zìbè kadv́ngte èlúnòe lé.'How much is your monthly salary?'
zo1n:steelyard, scales.<Shanzodvngn:scale.
zo21v.i:melt.Pvyóngday zoe.'The candle is melting.'2v.t:to mould, make shape.
v.i:plentiful.Naqdø̀ wa zóe.'There are plenty of pants.'4.1.3Plural
zongn:wheat.2.2.3.1.1Food from seedszong waqsìn:wheat flour.'barley' + 'power'zongsharn:barley.
Zongbripn:Zaungbri; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
zònghongn:big rat.1.6.1.1.4Rodent
zóngkutmèrángn:bird's name.1.6.1.2Bird
zòngmuqn:front roof.3.5.2Parts of a building
zòngnen:mole (mark on face).It also refers to a nevus.6.1Body
Zòngwipn:Zaungwi; Rawang surname.1.8.1.2Family names
zorv.i:tilted, slanted.Zvbóy chv̀ng zor wae, nàdángò.'The table is tilted, make it straight.'
zòrvzòrv.t:throw spear.Mvngjøngí waqshv̀ng go sv̀ng vzòròe.'Throw the spear at the wild boar.'7.8.5Make hole, opening
zòshàmn:bronze ring or loop.This bronze loop is worn around the woman's neck. The hemp are tied on it and women would strip them (making thread) while walking around.2.4.1Jewelry
zózøtn:kind of tiny bird; purple sunbird.=dórzøt (TS)1.6.1.2Bird
1v.i:dissolve.
2v.t:accept; welcome someone whole heartedly.
zø̀v.i:nutty taste, sweet.Zìyà rvgaq bù nø gvzà zø̀e.'The walnuts from Ziya is so tasty, (or has a nutty taste).'6.3.3Taste
zø̀lv.i:1peace, calm.Usually occurs with the word 'mòng'. See also mòngzø̀l.2settle down.
zø̀lkúngn:big green fly.=zìkúng1.6.1.7Insect
zǿm1v.i:get well, recovering from sickness.Shaqrémè zǿm lúngì.'The elderly woman is recovering.'zǿmbanv.i:get well.'heal' + 'heal'
zǿm2clf:classifier for counting pairs (of rabbits or yoked cattle).Hítvp tiqzǿm.'One pair of slippers.'Nvngwà tiqzǿm.'A pair of oxen.'9.2.7Classifiers
zø̀m1v.t:hold, connect, be responsible for something.Ngà wurí zø̀mòe.'I hold (it) with my hand.'Ngàí zø̀mòe.'I am in charge, I am responsible.'vzø̀m2v.i:hold together, holding hands, have connections with someone, e.g. schoolmates, village head.Vzø̀me.'(They) have connections (with others).'Wur vzø̀me.'Holding hands.'zǿmràn:handle, handrail.Zǿmrà yv́ng èzømshì.'Hold the handrail.''hold' + 'place'