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9286 records found.
rn analysis reflex gloss gfn lgid language grpid grpno grp citation srcabbr srcid semkey chaptertitle num_notes
483062(-)dhalʔgroup of spirits (respectful term?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.4Groups0
487160(-)həLimiter; only; Intensifier (with Negative)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487169(-)həʔLimiter; only; Intensifier (with Negative) - more emphatic than (-)hə?fn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
486765(-)suyʔinstrument with blade, swordn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
480735(-)ŋəFirst Person Exclusive suffix (Verbal) or particlefn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
478816(-)ʔa.leRestricted Reference; only, justfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.1Adverbial uses0
478826(-)ʔaʔ.leRestrictive Reference; only, justfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.1Adverbial uses0
481995(tiʔ.tiʔ).dhyaŋ.ghay.roflower (sp.), of bingoyʔn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
478895-(ʔ)iPlural (Verbal)fn3.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.4Person, #, gender0
478917-(ʔ)uAgent marker (Verbal)fn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
478918-(ʔ)uTransitive marker (for Imperative)fn2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
484229-ba.leNominalizer (Temporal -used with reduplicated verb stem, indicating time at which the following action occurred); at the time of, whilefn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
484284-bayAssertion of Certainty (esp. with regard to the completeness of an action that is unseen or as yet unrealised)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484238-baŋaffliction, cursenb1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.1Scold0
484244-baŋtribal group (as in cyoʔ.baŋ) (<N bəmsə race?)nb2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.4.2Clans and neighbors0
484391-bet.(ti)Sequential Setting (B)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
484672-bharapart of place name (ch.)nb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.2Intentional loss - Abandon0
484612-bhə.naŋContinuative; continue in same manner, truly in this manner, only in this mannerfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
484614-bhə.nuŋContinuative; continue in same manner, truly in this manner, only in this mannerfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
484615-bhə.riTotality (Temporal); whole (time) (<N)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
484628-bhərʔoutside, behind (<H baher?)nl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.7Extent0
484421-bonClassifier, Human (WD)nmcl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.3Classifiers0
484491-brasmixture, partnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.13.4Mix0
484186-bənSimultaneity; when, while (WD)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.5.3WH words0
484183-bətPossessive marker (Verbal), indicating feeling towards the possessed itemfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
484184-bət.ti.(ko)Sequential, after (<N bittikəy immediately, as soon as)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
480896-c(ə)Dual Number (non-Second Person)fn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
480946-ca(ʔ)Indefinite Future (with First Person), anti-Subjunctive (with non-First Person) - expressing hope, desire or expectation that a situation is unrealised (with Second Person effectively a Negative Imperative)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
480948-cakClassifier (Numeral, Human)nmcl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.3Classifiers0
480949-cakAugmentative, Honorific (Verbal)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
480945-caʔpair of related personsnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481085-ceʔIndefinite Future Tense (First Person Agent to Second Person Goal only)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
481458-chyohthree years agontb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
480984-ciCase and Person marker (Verbal - Second Person Singular Agent with First Singular Goal)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
481137-cokCondescension (with Imperative), esp. to younger personfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481138-cokmoment, short periodntb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.4Times of Day0
481144-coŋgroup of related personsnk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.4Groups0
481120-coʔpersonnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
481123-coʔDiminutive, indicating small size (hence sometimes also affection)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
481127-coʔ.caŋDiminutivefn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.3Diminutivizer, intensifier, etc.0
481162-cyaIndefinite Future (WD)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
481174-cyaʔ.diŋPunctiliar Locative (or Initial point Delimiter?) - spatial or temporal; immediately at or after the place or time specifiedfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.2.1Compound0
481254-cyokmoment, short periodnbt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.4Times of Day0
481213-cyukEndpoint Delimiter (spatial, temporal); (up to) this much, so much (length, time)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.1Quantity - general0
480897-cəIndefinite Future (with First Person), anti-Subjunctive (non-First Person), Negative Imperative (with 2nd Person) {-caʔ}fn2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
482637-daContinuative (with Tertiary Verb)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
482642-da.neones of specified characternb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482697-dalʔgroup pf related personsnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.4Groups0
482686-darʔrising (of sun, moon)nb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.4Wake/Conscious/Alert0
482663-daŋhNear Future, Imminent Future (B)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
483061-dhar.naMeans; through, by means of action of verb rootfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
483046-dhaŋImmediate Future, Near or Short Term Future (usually with reversal of situation expected); right now; yet, still (with Negative)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
483101-dheŋDelimiter (spatial or temporal)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.2.1Compound0
483067-dhiŋDelimiter (of Initial point? - spatial or temporal)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
483011-dhə.nigroup (non-human)nb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.4Groups0
483021-dhəyDurative, Simultaneous or Continuous Action (Tertiary Verb - action simultaneous with that of main verb); while, duringfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482717-dikContrary to Fact Conditional; if, otherwisefn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
482731-diŋplace (gen.), spirit associated with that placenb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
482866-doUncertaintyfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
482867-do(ʔ)side, direction, place (or time) of specific sortnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.4.5Sides0
482793-duŋHonorific - indicating honoured head, founder of clannb1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
482979-dyumend, terminationnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
480162-gaconsumed substancenb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
480190-gam.(səyk)molarnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.4.2Molar0
480209-garEmotive Relator; feel, seem (in relation to verbal situation)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480212-garʔReferential Indefinite; whatever (sort)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.5.3WH words0
480647-ghən.diClassifier (Numeral, Animate) - animate objectsnmcl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.2Animacy0
480605-glyumcharcoal, coalsnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.4Elements, metals, alloys0
480331-go.taClassifier (Numeral, General), (<IA Maithili goT, Oriya goTa)nmcl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.3Classifiers0
480333-go.teTemporal Ablative; since, from (a specified time)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
480399-gorClassifier (Numeral, Animate) - animate objects (humans, animals, birds)nmcl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.2Animacy0
480127-gəAdverbializer - for manner, quality, quantity or location, as defined by the preceding noun or verb rootfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
480135-gə.nigroup (of similar entities)nb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.4Groups0
480134-gə.nəDistributive Locative; at wherever, at each place of, among, all over (area), around about, beside, byfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
487222-ha.ledozennmb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487246-hay(ʔ)having emotion (ch.)vrb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487233-haŋNecessative (with Negative)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487234-haŋʔLocative (General - of place or time); at, in: Genitive of Source; from among (ext.)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487829-hlasheet (of paper, etc.)nb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9.4Furnishings0
487921-hlehlayer, sheetnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
487795-hryohseven years previouslynt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481460-j(ə)Dual Marker (Second Person)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.4Person, #, gender0
481497-jaEmotive; form indicating emotion, esp. disappointment, sadnessfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481498-ja(ʔ)affliction, afflicting agentnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481544-jarʔComparative; similar, like (object referred to by head noun)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.3.1Degrees of comparison0
481592-jeʔEmotive of Finality, Satisfaction (with respect to a situation) or Remorse (ironic)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481593-jeʔevil-doernb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
481598-jeʔ.ʔaPast Completivefn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
481735-jhuŋRepetitive, Iterative Actionfn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
481736-jhuŋRestricted Collective; just, as much as (only)fn2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
481778-jhyaŋNominalizer - reward or result of verbal actionfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.2.7Nominalizers0
481817-jhyohfour years agont.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481696-jhəmSufficiency, amount sufficient to achieve action, state (described by preceding verb)nb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.3.2Satiated/Full/Enough0
481547-jiDual Marker (Second Person) {-jə}fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.4Person, #, gender0
481618-jok(each) individuallyadv.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481580-jumhhandfulnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.8Measure Words0
481636-jyaŋEmphatic (of Number)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.7Ejaculations0
481674-jyoʔNumeral Classifier (General)nmcl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481473-jəmNominaliser of Sufficiency - amount equal or sufficient to complete action, achieve state (described by preceding verb); only as much asnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
479137-kaLocative (non-Specific - of place or time) {-kha}fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
479141-ka.deConjunction (Instantaneous Succession - a paired suffix); just asfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4Affixes0
479148-ka.ləLocative (Temporal) (<N kalə time)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
479206-kan.daHonorific (used with names of ancestors)nb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
479208-kanʔHonorific - on kinship nounnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
479226-kayReciprocal actionfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
479231-kayʔGoal Case marker (on nouns) -marking the entity that the action is intended to affectfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
479965-khaLocative (non-Specific, of place or time)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
479994-kharnon-Honorific (Imperative - impolite)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
479997-khawHonorific (Verbal)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
480053-kheContrastive, Adversative Reference; on the one hand ... on the other handfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.1.1Hand0
480055-kheʔImminence (of action); about tofn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480016-khihfingerful, very small amountnms.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
480086-khokClassifier (Numeral, Artifacts), for articles, manufactured itemsnmcl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.3Classifiers0
480044-khuyhhandful (cupped)nm.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.8Measure Words0
480118-khyohseven years agont.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
479953-khəyʔInceptive; begin tofn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
4794723581-konsteep ridge, spurnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.3Position - high/low0
4794543581-koŋsteep ridge, spurnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.3Position - high/low0
479443-koʔGenitive - indicating a relationship (usu. possession) between two nominals; offn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
479569-krakgreedy person, animalnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.14.2Avarice0
479379-kusComitative; withfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
4793142361-kuʔsmokenb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
479900-kwəlspoonfulnm.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
479091-kə.rikhollow in rock or soilnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
479102-kətAllative; to, towards (WD)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
479094-kəʔLocative (Mobile - used with mobile entities), Associativefn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
485924-lakIntentive (B)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
485987-lamNegative Hortative or Imperative; let not, do notfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
485992-layNominalizer - performer of the action specifiedfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.2.7Nominalizers0
485941-laŋPurposive; for (the purpose of)fn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
485942-laŋEmphatic of Topic? (ch.) (arch.)fn2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.7Ejaculations0
485943-laŋsourcenb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
485968-laŋʔnon-Specific Reference (of Pronoun or Adverb)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.6.2Negative0
486128-leŋlayernb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
486123-leʔEmphasis of Identification, Referential or Situational Emphaticfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
486024-liplace ofnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
486047-liŋthing associated with preceding verbnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
486155-loComparative; like, of such sortfn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.3.1Degrees of comparison0
4861565498?-loInterrogative of Identificationfn2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.2.1Mood0
486157-loSecondary Verb marker (with Negative)fn3.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
486177-loŋearly morningntb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.1Adverbial uses0
4860991269-luŋround object, ball, stone (of fruit)nb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
486240-lyamAblative; from (WD)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
486229-lyaŋPurposive (B)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
485838-ləNegativefn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.6.2Negative0
485839-ləEmphasis of Identification, Referential Emphatic (WD)fn2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
485840-ləTemporal suffixfn3.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
485869-ləmPlural (Nominal - including similar items - equivalent to 'etc.')fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.4Person, #, gender0
485874-ləyContinuative (Verbal affix)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
484839-maFemale ancestor (esp. as a spirit)nb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9.3Navel0
484840-ma(ʔ)Coordinate Conjunction; and, also; Universal Quantifier (with Indefinite Pronoun or with verb), all; none (with Negative)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
4848772436-maʔNegative (non-final verb form only)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.6.2Negative0
484882-maʔ.siPrivative; withoutfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
485086-mo.saNumeral Classifier (for fish)nmcl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
484815-məyNominalizer, Subjunctive (expecting or wishing negative or doubt)fn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.2.1Compound0
484816-məyNominalizer (Irrealis:- the state is unrealised) (WD); used also to form adjectives, relative clauses, and sentences that describe unrealised states (in Purposive, Obligative and Necessative constructions)fn2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.2.1Compound0
484823-məyʔCollective (of a particular kind - animate entities only)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.3.2.1Kind0
483181-n(ə)Imperative Pluralfn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
483178-n(ʔ)Agent marker (Verbal) {-ʔu}fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
4832502489-naŋSecond Person Singular with First Person Agent (Verbal, non-Past)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
483229-naʔnon-Past Tense, non-Terminated Action; Temporary State (with Stative Verb)fn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.6.2Negative0
483230-naʔbe abundant (with prefixed noun)fn2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
483353-neʔnon-Indefinite Future Tense, (First Person Agent with Second Person Goal - Past, Present, Definite Future)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
483330-nisDual Number marker (of Noun)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.4Person, #, gender0
483305-niŋSecond Person Plural (Verbal - Reflexive)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
483485-nyeAlternative Coordination; or Interrogative (Referential or Situational); (WD)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.2.1Compound0
483486-nyetAlternative Coordination; or Interrogative (Referential or Situational) concerning something involving the hearerfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.2.1Compound0
483180-nənon-Past Tense {-na?}fn2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.6.2Negative0
483189-nəmday (as time reference)ntb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
483539-pamale ancestor (esp. as a spirit)nkb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9.6.1Pregnant0
483565-pak(sole of) foot, palm of handnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.5Palm/Sole0
483566-pakmeasure (sp.), hand breadthnms.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.8Measure Words0
483612-payDirect Information Flow Marker (indicating that what is being spoken about is first-hand knowledge, or originates with the speaker)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1Ontological0
483557-paʔHortative, Permissivefn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484025-phənhpiecenb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.6.1Single/part/few0
483657-pinpinch (volume measure)nms.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
483788-pomhpile, bundlenb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
483498-pəHortative {-paʔ}fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
485518-ram.ʔeNominalizer; a thing characterized by the situation referred to by the preceding verb rootfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
485544-raykfallen leavesnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.8Downward0
485535-rayʔNominalizer; a thing (esp. sound or sensation) associated with situation expressed by the preceding verb rootfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
485704-rourge, desire, wishnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.14.3Desirable0
485730-roŋopposing place, sidenbl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.4.5Sides0
485778-ryakNominalizer; practitioner of action of the preceding verb, one given to particular actionnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
485760-ryəwperson characterised by preceding verb - usually with evil sensenb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
486451-s(ə)Plural (Verbal)fn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.4Person, #, gender0
486452-s(ə)Reflexive (Agent and Goal same participant)fn2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.2Verbal0
486523-saNominalizer (Irrealis - the state is unrealised); used also to form adjectives, relative clauses, and sentences that describe unrealised states (in Purposive, Obligativeand Necessative constructions)fn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
486524-saNominalizer, Subjunctive (expecting or wishing negative or doubt) (WD)fn2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.2.1Compound0
486616-sarskillnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1Positive/Desirable qualities0
486620-sar.ʔeessence, substance, ability, (of preceding noun) (<N sar + -ʔəy)nb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
486644-siReflexive (with Plural) {-ʔi/-sə}fn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.2Verbal0
486645-siPrivative; withoutfn2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
486646-sitree (gen.) (WD)nb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
486686-siʔEmotive Causative - arousing a feeling (similar to the English suffix -'some' as in 'fearsome', 'loathesome', etc.)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
486725-suPlural (Verbal) {-ʔi/-sə}fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.4Person, #, gender0
486762-sumhone handful, one loadnms.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
48692134-syaʔgame or domestic animal (gen.), used for meatnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.3Associated Animal Terms0
487082-syohsix years agontb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
486476-səyAblative; from (<H se)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
486478-səy.dəcreature (creeping or crawling?) (ch.)nb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.9Manner is primary0
481871-taGoal Case Marker (Verbal)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
481893-takCausativefn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.2.4Aspect, (in)transitivity, ergativity, causativity0
4819272691-tapfireplace (usually a hollow in the floor)nb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.5.5Tools pertaining to fire0
481938-tayLocative (General - of place or time); at, in:Genitive of Source; from among (ext.) (WD)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481909-taŋAllative (indicating endpoint of motion or object)fn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
481910-taŋTotality (with adjectival use); to the limitfn2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481911-taŋside, endnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.4.5Sides0
481915-taŋʔReportative, Indirect Information Flowfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
482124-teʔContrary (to expectation) Information Flow marker (the speaker is giving information about the hearer to the hearer)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
482417-thaGoal Case marker (Verbal - Third Person) {-ta}fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
482556-thyakfieldsnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
482404-thəyGoal Case marker (Verbal - Third Person) {-ta}fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
481973-tiTertiary Verb marker (unspecified temporal relation to main verb)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482014-tiksmall amount - containable between fingers and thumbnms.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
481981-tiʔstream, river, poolnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
482164-toSecondary Verb marker - showing close semantic link between the clause with the secondary verb and the following clause(s), such as Cause, Counter Expectancy or Modification (if the verb is Attributive)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
482177-to.naImperfect or Habitual Past (WD)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
482186-tokTemporal Setting (Simultaneous); while, at this timefn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
482293-tyaŋʔblow (of axe, knife)nb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.1.4Blow0
482378-tyohfive years agont.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481821-təEquative; such, in such a way, in such a mannerfn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1Ontological0
481822-təTertiary marker (used with Negative)fn2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481824-tə.gəAdverbializer - in manner or position defined by the verb rootfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
481863-tər.jyuʔprotective clothing (ch.)nb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.8.2.1Clothes (general)0
481858-təyhFirst Person Inclusive (Verbal)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481855-təyŋhcompatible, agree togethervab.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.4.1Agree0
486283-wAgent Marker (Verbal) {-ʔu}fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
486317-waplant (gen.) (ch.)nb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
486325-wa.ləplant, crop (gen.) (ch.).1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
486379-wawʔ(volume of) two cupped handsnms.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
485157-yPlural (of verb) {-ʔi/-sə}fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.4Person, #, gender0
485186-yaAlternative Coordination; or Interrogative (Referential or Situational); Conditionalfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.2.1Compound0
485201-yakPrecedence (Tertiary Verb) (B)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
485158-yəVocativefn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
480736-ŋəAdverbializerfn2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
478780-ʔaPast Tense {-ʔa.ka}fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
478782-ʔa(ʔ)Emphatic Assertion of Truth or Finality (Referential or Situational); it is indeed as claimedfn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
478783-ʔa.kaPast Tensefn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
478813-ʔa.laPast Tense (with First Person) {-ʔa.ka}fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
478827-ʔakPrecedence, Past (with Negative); Prior Action Tertiary affixfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
478832-ʔak.bət.ti.koSetting (Sequential); after thatfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
478830-ʔak.ti.koSetting (Sequential); after thatfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
478879-ʔalPerfect (Present), Recent Past (B)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
478893-ʔiAgent or Instrument marker (nominal)fn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
478894-ʔiGenitive (arch.), used with Comitative (or a ligature?)fn2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
478896-ʔiReflexive {-sə}fn4.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.2Verbal0
479008-ʔoNominalizer (Realis - the state is already realized); used also to form adjectives, relative clauses, and sentences that describe statesfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1Ontological0
479009-ʔo kheʔ.toImperfect Past, Habitual Pastfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
479019-ʔo.naHabitual (Past) (WD)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
478715-ʔəEmphatic (usu. of Singular Intransitive Imperative)fn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.7Ejaculations0
478716-ʔəLocative (Relational)fn2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
478718-ʔə.gəAdverbializer; in such a way (defined by the verb or noun root)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
478760-ʔəyEmphatic of Noun Modifierfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.2.1Grammatical identifiers0
484208baEmphasis of Awareness or Confirmation (often of unexpected); indeedfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484209ba-low (cattle)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.3Position - high/low0
484225ba.bafather (<N baba)nk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.1Previous generation0
484226ba.ba.dyaŋ.dyaŋspider (sp.), Daddy-long-legs, with legs pulled off, making it rotate like a drumbeating shamann.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.7Leg0
484224ba.bəs.raŋdeath (of unnamed child), unfruitful thingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.6Die/Deathly0
484218ba.da.layŋ-stumble, knock leg againstvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.3Awkwardly, Irregularly, Abruptly0
484219ba.da.layŋ-wear or carry over shoulder (as end of sari)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
484220ba.diŋPunctiliar Locative; at the point of, at an intermediate pointnl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
484217ba.də-shinny up treevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.1Up0
484210ba.gəlʔtree (sp.), Peachn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
484230ba.harlowlandsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
484211ba.jagrandfather (<N bajye)nk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.1Previous generation0
484212ba.jepulse, power, source of shaman's powern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5Strength0
484228ba.ləlowlandsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
484222ba.nedisposition, character; spirit (of plant) (<N bani)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.10Mind0
484223ba.neEmphasis of Certainty (Situational); indeed it is the casefn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
480585ba.ne glotspirit of certain plants, stones, etc. (<N bani character)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
484227ba.ru.na.roflower (sp.), used in fermenting processn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
484215ba.tha.paspirit (sp.), good spirit of legend, original maker of shaman's drumnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
484213ba.tiTag Question; surely?fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.7.1Ask0
484214ba.ti.si.(ri)spirit (sp.), spirit of legend, involved in making original shaman's drumnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
484313bah-crawl (child, insect, louse); be irritating (throat)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
484232bak.guplant (sp.), a variety of taron.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
484233bak.waplant (sp.), a variety of taro (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
484301bal-careful for, watchful of, be kind (esp. with children)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
4843003347,mbal.(na)shoulder, moveable part of upper arm (including shoulder blade)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.4.3Shoulder0
484304bal.na.pleklimbsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.1Limb/Branch0
484305bal.yəsticky, messyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
484303bal.ʔaŋ.gətree (sp.), hardwood timber, Myrsine semiserrata?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
484302bala.bo(h)bird (sp.), with feather crest, Sultan Titn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
484306balh-depend on someone (for livelihood, etc.), leave work to othervi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484282bamh-plentiful in area, be swarming (frogs, crabs, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.1Quantity - general0
484283bamh.?a.reinsect (sp.), Solitary Bee (like a Bumblebee), living in dead woodn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
484272ban-frequently go or do (more than normal), be more than obvious, be unusual, abnormalvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1Ontological0
481287ban.chənʔ-cut up and divide out (meat)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
484273ban.chənʔ-cut up and divide out (esp.) meatvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
484274ban.də.lyuŋ-lie along (branch, etc.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.4Falsehood0
484275ban.ta.repot, earthenn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
484276banhlevel direction (neither up nor down), level place (around summit)nl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.4Position - front/back/side-side0
484277banh-level, go on level, come around hillside, be around topvai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.4Position - front/back/side-side0
481513banh.ja.binetbag, shallown.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.3Position - high/low0
484278banh.ja.binetbag (shallow)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.3Position - high/low0
484280banh.lyamlevel pathn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.4Position - front/back/side-side0
484279banh.mikhorizontally (normally) closing eyes, lids (opp. to vertically closing julmik of demon)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484281bap-reserved, slow to speak; answer thoughtfully, respectfullyva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.2.6.1Admire0
484297barwall, fence (<N)n1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9.3Parts of the structure0
484298barday (<N)n2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
484299bar.nəmtwo days agont.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
484308basflicking?onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484309bashem (of jabi, etc.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
484310bas-make hem, finish off weavingvt1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
484311bas-associate with or assist as familiar spirit, tutelary deity (with shaman)vt2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484312bas.kamʔassociation, assistance of familiarn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484269bat-mate, mount (birds)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484216bat.hu.rievil spirit (sp.), daughter of Nilə ʔamann.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
484270bat.ʔaŋtrail, track especially to the place of the dead (<N baTo) (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484271bat.ʔaŋ.rocolourful leaves, flowers (of dry season)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6Verbs requiring liquids0
484307baw.ma.rotree (sp.), medium-sized, with yellow flowers, small leavesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
484286bay-slow, lazy, not concentrating, listless at work, boredva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.1Emotive0
484288bay.ki.diŋassisting spirit of shamannn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484289bay.ki.larope used to separate human spirit from evil spirit (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484292bay.laŋ.məyʔspirit of lazinessn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
484290bay.ma.raŋevil spirit (sp.)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
484291bay.ra.ludried meat stripsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6Verbs requiring liquids0
484287bay.ʔu.larope (sp.), for resting net rods onn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.4Rope0
484294bayh.bayhmoving in milling crowdonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.11Movement (general)0
484296bayh.lanevil spirit (sp.), wife of Tawʔlan, daughter of Nilə ʔama, lives in hillsnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484295bayh.rəoutside (<N bahirə)nl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.7Extent0
484293bayk-entice, persuade, soothevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.2.7.2Entice, tempt0
484234baŋstone, rockn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.9Rocks and minerals0
484260baŋ.bəsə.roflower (sp.), rock-dwelling?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
484257baŋ.dher.lyapfish (sp.), clings to underside of rocks, Pseudocheneis sulcatus?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484256baŋ.do.ru.waplace (sp.) in underworld (near samənʔbaŋ)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
484266m,m,m,1455baŋ.hle.beʔ.ŋaʔfish (sp.), a catfish, clings to underside of rocks, Pseudocheneis sulcatus?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
484267m,m,m,1455baŋ.hlyo.beʔ.ŋaʔfish (sp.), a catfish, clings to underside of rocks, Pseudocheneis sulcatus?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
487776baŋ.hryuŋstony place, with thin soiln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
484265baŋ.hyruŋstony placen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
484246m,m,2805baŋ.kar.jaʔJungle Cat or Wild Cat, with black and brown stripesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
480069baŋ.kherʔniche, cleft in rock, crevicen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.7Cracks/Chasms/Crevices0
484248baŋ.khə.nalump, swelling of lymph node (esp. in groin)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484247baŋ.krayk.məyʔinhabitants (myth.) of a level of the underworldnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
479092baŋ.kə.rikhollow in rock or soiln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
484261baŋ.loyh.məyʔspirit inhabitants of underworldnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
484258baŋ.nan.tə.riinsect (sp.), a cicada, large, yellowish, calls in Apriln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
484259baŋ.pisdefile, crevice, gap in rocksn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.7Cracks/Chasms/Crevices0
485746baŋ.rop.sitree (sp.), a smaller species used for foddern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
484263m,m,2623baŋ.sapə.rusnake (sp.), a vipern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.6Reptiles and Amphibians0
484264baŋ.sitree (sp.), large - bark used like saffron, Gmelina arborean.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
484252baŋ.tenh.məyʔinhabitants (myth.) of a level of underworldn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484255m,m,1603baŋ.tholʔ.waʔbird (sp.), an owl, Scops Owl? (ED)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4.1Particular birds0
484250baŋ.tiritree (sp.), edible fruit, used as gourdn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
484249baŋ.tiŋʔlizard (sp.), Gecko with large eyes, brown diamond on pale yellow back - said to biten.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484253baŋ.tollarge raised rockn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
484251baŋ.tuŋcave, rockshelter (B)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.7Cracks/Chasms/Crevices0
484254baŋ.tyumhrumen of cow, containing small stonesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484262m,1603baŋ.waʔbird (sp.), Peregrine or Shahin Falconn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
484245baŋa bəŋəfearsomeonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484268baŋʔ.caklarge-nosed personadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
484231baʔ-lower head, crouch, bow downvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484378be-bleat (calf)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.8Ovine and Hircine0
484379be.jəanimal (sp.), Leopard cat; small cat-like shaman's familiarn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.3Feline0
484381be.latime, occasion (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
484382be.laŋlocality, territory, hunting arean.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.3Governable units (towns, parts of towns)0
484383be.laŋextremely, veryadj.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
484384be.laŋ.pa/macreating god, spirit of territorynn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
484380be.ləʔ.sitree (sp.), with edible fruit, used as gourdn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
484385be.seŋcontainer (sp.), carrying basket, open woven of bamboo strips (for yams, etc.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
484402bele.benʔ.teŋflattening of plants by windonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484401m,1455,mbele.ŋaʔ.(duŋ)fish (sp.), medium-sized whitish flat, ediblen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
484403belh(far) side of ridgen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484404belh-skirt ridge or cliff top, go to one sidevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
484405belh.lyamtrack along side of ridge, just below topn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2Move an object0
484394ben-become free from custody, imprisonment; abscond; recover from illness, debtvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484395ben.dyaw-fold (clothes, rope, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.4.4.2Bosom/Lap0
484396bergrass (sp.), Pampas type, tall, with dark brown seedn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
484397ber.nyamʔgrasshopper, 8-10cm. long, green flying, ediblen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
484398ber.sayʔrice, unhusked (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
484399ber.syanʔcaterpillar (sp.), large (about 8cm. long), two black marks on back, also a 'horn'n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
486966ber.syanʔcaterpillar (sp.), large, hairy, with imitation eyesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
484400berh-wrap around (<N berhnu)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
484406bes.kaŋflour (B)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.6.2Other ground and milled food0
484390bet-break, struggle (to get) free from captor, escape from trap, be free from debtvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484393bet.sitree (sp.), blue flowers, highland-livingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
484392m,1603bet.waʔbird (sp.), Fantail Flycatchern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
484388beŋ.gefrog (sp.), brown, hibernates in mudn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.6Reptiles and Amphibians0
484387m,m,m,1603beŋ.ku.ti.(waʔ)bird (sp.), Bearded Laughing Thrushn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
484389beŋh-chip, break piece off edge (of pot, etc.)vat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.7Cracks/Chasms/Crevices0
484386beʔ-thin (flat object)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
484638bha.da.raybird (sp.), Black-headed Shrike (<N bhədray)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
484637bha.gigreeting (formal - used to person bowing in greeting)excl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.11Formulaic0
484636bha.kalʔpromise (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.16Dedicate0
484639bha.riload (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
484640bhak-deter, scare off animals (esp. bears), by clearing edges of field and putting stripped (white) tree branches around itvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
484642bhak.matplant (sp.), with long, whitish, spear-like leaves; shaman's sword made from this leaf, used in trance (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484641bhak.ʔoscarecrown.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11Artifacts (unclassified as yet)0
4846701602,1603bhal.ya.(waʔ)rooster (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.10Fowl (i.e. Domestic Birds)0
4846741602,1603bhal.ya.(waʔ)rooster (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.10Fowl (i.e. Domestic Birds)0
484675bhalacongratulations, well done, fortunately (<N bhəlo)excl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.11Formulaic0
484654bham jheŋʔ.teŋʔwhite and well-shapedonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
484653bham kwayʔ.kwayʔwhite and coiledonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
484652bham-whiteva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
484655bham.blaŋwhite and stretched outonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
480385bham.goyʔvariety of forest yamn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
484656bham.goyʔtuber (sp.) of bin.goyʔ?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
484657bham.goyʔ.roflower (sp.), of bin.goyʔn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
487744bham.hrok.saʔsoil (sp.), whiten.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
484665bham.hryassmart white (clothes)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3Psychological verbs0
484660bham.laktuber (sp.), whitish yam, variety of Dioscorea bulbiferan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
485919bham.lakvine with hairy, edible tuber, whitish, wild variety of Dioscorea bulbiferan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484658m,682bham.mikwhites of eyen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484659bham.rə.laplant (sp.), vine, edible serrated leavesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
484663bham.saʔsoil (sp.), white earthn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
484664bham.se.cekplant (sp.), a fernn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
484661bham.wa.ra.nifirst light (of dawn), false dawnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.4Times of Day0
484662bham.waʔ.sitree (sp.), lowland, with large round leavesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
484666bhamh.ʔa.reinsect (sp.), Solitary Bee (like Bumblebee), lives in dead wood, bamboon.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
484650bhan.ta.lyawinsect (sp.), cicada, large (7cm. long)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
484651bhanh-faint, collapse with fatigue, swoonvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
484671bharoffering, of harvest first-fruits (<N bhara)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.2.3Religious persons/things0
484673bharʔ.bharʔ oforhy, come out (froth)nom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.1Inward0
484679bhasunfruitful ear (of grain), useless fruit, unsuitable (bamboo skin)adjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484680bhas-pale, drawn, uselessva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
484682bhas.meʔ.ʔa.(raŋ)newly cleared slash-and-burn fieldn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.1Verbs pertaining to fire0
484681bhas.ʔa.rebarren, childlessn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9.6.2Barren0
484648bhat.bhatbumping, clompimg noiseonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.3Hear0
484649bhat.cyokcrumpleonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
484676bhawbridegroom, new husband (term of address by wife)nk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.4Related by marriage0
484678bhaw.(coʔ)son-in-law, husband of daughter or niecenk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.3Later generation0
483621bhaw.kəʔ payh-marry (woman), go as bride to groom's homevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.2.8Marital roles0
484668bhayvery hairy, all overonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
484669bhaya.bhayəvery hairyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
484643bhaŋopen up (hole)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.6.1Open0
484644bhaŋ.gətobacco (<N bhaŋ)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.6.2Other ground and milled food0
484645bhaŋ.gə bhaŋ.gənoise of opening doorsonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.3Hear0
484646bhaŋʔ-fruitless, infertile (egg, etc.), be uselessva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
4847195616bhe-separate, independent; live or eat apart (esp. one of family), set up separate home or family group, be astray (animal)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.4Intentional separation - Sort0
484720bhe-live, dwell (B)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.2.1Life/Live/Alive0
484726bhe.be.jeŋmembranous covering (of egg, uterus, brain, etc.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484724bhe.dahasorcerer, wizard (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.2.4Religious Roles0
484722bhe.dəevil spirit in water - causes swelling and death one year after drinking this waternn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
484723bhe.də-smite, afflictvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.4Harm0
484730bhe.leeardrumn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.7.2Eardrum0
484725bhe.naolder sister's husband; bridegroom (<N)nk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484727bhe.remembranen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.5Skin0
484721m,m,1455bhe.ti.ŋaʔfish (sp.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
484740bheh-turn aside, diverge (path, etc.), missvit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.6Circularly0
484732bhek-latevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.1Adverbial uses0
484733bhek.de.leŋact ostentatiouslyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
484734bhelh-diverge, turn aside from goal, miss (aim), ricochet off; reject suggestionvit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.7.2Implore/Coax0
484737bhes-explode, burst, pop (grain)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
484735bhewʔ-finished, come to an end (abstract entity - opportunity, season, life, vigour, work)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
484731bheʔ.tyak-succeed to, take over (predecessor's job, position)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
484684bhi.rimʔinsect (sp.), cockroach, smalln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
484685bhi.rimʔ.pa.tibird (sp.), Pied Shriken.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
484683bhi.riŋʔinsect (sp.), cockroach, smalln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
484692bhisiʔ-make into fine stripsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.14Construction0
484693bhisiʔ.tiʔwaters of birthn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
484691bhit.rəinside (<N bhitrə)nl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.5Amid0
484687bhiŋ-close together (like objects, friends), double up (item of clothing, wraps, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484688bhiŋ.gu.liŋunityn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484689m,m,m,1603bhiŋ.gu.luŋ.(waʔ)bird (sp.), Bearded Laughing Thrushn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
484690bhiŋ.guŋ.(diŋ)place (sp.), mountain to north (myth.?)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
484686bhiʔ-crouch in hiding, bend to hide (in distance)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484742bho.da.muhfungus (sp.), white edible mushroom, soil-livingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.7Fungi0
485033bho.da.muhfungus (sp.), mushroom, edible whiten.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.7Fungi0
484743bho.diŋʔ-lose effectivenessn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.1Unintentional loss - Misplace0
484744bho.do.goyʔtuber (sp.), a yam, wild variety of Dioscorea sagittatan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
484745bho.do.yotfeathered legs (bird)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
484741bho.gə.(rə.ti)feastingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484746bho.roŋ.(juy)insect (sp.), large, sap-sucking, Leather bugn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
484747bho.roŋ.sitree (sp.), large hardwood with yellow flowers, used for timbern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
484748bhokplant (sp.), a reed or rush, hollow stalks used for fluten.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
484768bholh-exhume, dig up (buried object), open gravevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.11Digging, excavation0
484756bhomh-hang around one place, move back and forthvat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.5Hang0
484757bhomh.goyʔnon-climbing yam vinen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.6.2Negative0
484759bhomh.loʔtrailing vine, creepern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.7Fungi0
484758m,2473bhomh.musnon-moving cloudn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.6.2Negative0
484753bhon.to.loŋfluffed out (hairs, fur), act ostentatiouslyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.1Body Hair/Fur0
484754bhonʔoverweight, potbellied, slow personadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
484755bhopbubbles, foam, frothn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
484767bhorʔ-eat in plenty, feed generouslyva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
484760bhoy-spread out wide (net), be long spreading (hair)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
484763bhoyoʔswirling (mist)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.2Planets/Meteorological objects/Sky0
484765bhoyʔ-move close to (ground or trees - cloud, mist, birds, bats)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.11Movement (general)0
484766bhoyʔ.ma.diŋspirit (sp.), of mist - hides shaman's tracks from evil spiritnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
484764m,2473bhoyʔ.musswirling cloudn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.1Weather and seasons0
484750bhoŋ.go.lagap (in fence)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.7Cracks/Chasms/Crevices0
484751bhoŋ.loŋbe gap (between trees)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
484752bhoŋ.loŋgap between treesadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.7Cracks/Chasms/Crevices0
484749bhoŋ.ʔaopening of dooronom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.6.1Open0
484787bhrah-slash acrossvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.8Directions0
484789bhreson tip of tongue?onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484790bhros-slip, slide (stones), tumble, skid (on stones, when going downhill)vi1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.3Awkwardly, Irregularly, Abruptly0
484791bhros-speak clearly, coherentlyvi2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.1Talk, say0
484788bhrut-snort (goat) at dangervi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.5Sounds0
484792bhryak-wither (because past prime), come to end of season, be seasonally finished (fruit, flowers)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484794bhryaŋ.ʔa bhryəŋ.ʔəopening (of large door)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.6.1Open0
484786bhrə.dək-tumbling, rolling (underfoot)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484694bhu-move away (crowd, swarm, flock), move in groupvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.11Movement (general)0
484697bhu.du.yutfeathered legs (small bird)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
484695bhu.jyalChepang subroup (west of the Narayni rivern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484702bhu.ladust, dandruff, moten.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
484703bhu.liŋ.roplant (sp.) a shrub, Lupin-like yellow flower, ediblen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
484701bhu.lənʔ-be bad influence, cause others to be lazyvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
484699bhu.ri-become infected (wound)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
484700bhu.rumspinning-top (wooden) (<N bhuruŋ)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.6Circularly0
484704bhu.sun.dimature personn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
484696bhu.tukhelpless, unable to speak, be beyond caringonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.2Negative Human Qualities0
484698bhu.yu.yucovered with hairs (leaves)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
484717bhur.butplant (sp.), vine, leaves used for ripening bananas, seeds as antidote against spellsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
484718bhusu.na.yaŋfly (sp.), small, gets in eyesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
484711bhuy-swirl close to ground (mist), circle close to tree (bats)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484714bhuy.(ma).diŋgod (sp.), of home areann.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
484715bhuy.lən-lose senses, memoryvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.1Unintentional loss - Misplace0
484716bhuy.lən.ʔidizzily attractedonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.8.3Neutral term0
482727bhuy.ma.diŋcovering spirit (hiding shaman with cloud)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
484712bhuy.ʔarhome area, territory, camp-site (<N bhuiɴ ground?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9.6General0
484713bhuy.ʔar.diŋgod (sp.) of home area, territory, camp-siten.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
484706bhuŋgo away downonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.2Outward0
484707bhuŋ-raise dust; knock, shake out dustvit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
484708bhuŋ.grafrog (sp.) (B)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.6Reptiles and Amphibians0
484709bhuŋh-perform 'en masse', be burst or peak of activity (flowering, field work, etc.), (sleep) soundlyvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2Move an object0
484705bhuʔ-performing well, concentrating on (work, speaking, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
484795bhway bhwaycome breezing alongonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.1Inward0
484771bhya-complete task or action (esp. eating, drinking)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
484781bhyah-spread (blister), lose coveringvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
484773bhyak.syəkcome into ear (grain)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.1Inward0
484779bhyaljoke, nonsensen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.9Jest0
484775bhyamʔ-wander aimlessly, without purposevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.4Regular, Cyclic, Smoothly0
484776bhyamʔ.ʔo ku.rafoolish wordsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.2Negative Human Qualities0
484777bhyarsizzlingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484778bhyar.cakstanding togetheronom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.2Foot0
484780bhyas-force way through, make way (of escape), make inroads into, begin to use for first time (ext.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484774bhyaŋvery straight (tree)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
484784bhyo-raise, hoist at extremity (of arm, stick, etc.); compare weights by holding at arm's length (ext.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
484785bhyop-blister muchvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.5.3Skin Blemish/Freckle0
4847823488bhyuk-hatch (egg)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.2Life/Breathe/Exist0
484783bhyur-gather up, collect together (materials, corn, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.13.5Join (general)0
484769bhyəp-blister much (skin)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.5.3Skin Blemish/Freckle0
484770bhyəwʔ-come to an end, be finished (opportunity, season, work, anger, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
484610bhə-fall or slip (earth), collapse (house, bank, etc.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.4.2Fall0
484611bhə.dəwmonth (sp.), mid-August to mid-September (<N)nt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.2Months and Years0
484617b,b,2777bhə.li.yomHimalayan Black Bearn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
485392b,b,2777bhə.li.yomHimalayan Black bearn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
484613bhə.nisnephew, sister's son (<N bhənij)nk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.3Later generation0
484616bhə.rim.pa.tibird (sp.), lives high up near water-sources, calls 'siriŋ'n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
484631bhəlflood (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
484623bhəm.(rok)outer shell, husk (of grain)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2Spatial terms0
484624bhəmʔ-lie close to ground (cloud, mist), lie in valleyva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.4Falsehood0
484626bhəmʔ.(rok)outer shell, huskn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2Spatial terms0
484625m,2473bhəmʔ.muscloud lying in valleyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.1Weather and seasons0
484629bhərh-overflow, boil over; have over-abundant energy, zest (<N bəDhnu increase)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6Verbs requiring liquids0
484632bhəw.riwaves, scintillations, sparkling (of water); confusionnb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.4Regular, Cyclic, Smoothly0
484627bhəy.syaʔ kho.ri.yaclan (sp.)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.4.2Clans and neighbors0
484618bhəŋshoot (sprouting from tree roots in cleared field)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484619bhəŋ-affect not fatally (person, by evil spirit), tempt, cause to lose mind, wander aimlessly in forestvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484620bhəŋ.lanevil spirit (sp.), causing loss of reasonnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
484622bhəŋh-undermine, fall away (earth), fall in (hole)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.4.2Fall0
484621bhəŋʔ-break (pot), burst out (of net, bag, pot, etc.); break through (ch.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
484315bi.chalʔpheasant trap part - horizontal bamboon.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4.1Particular birds0
484318bi.diʔ-frightened, shy, hesitantva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.10.1Fear0
484329bi.ha.nəmorning (<N)nt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.4Times of Day0
484328bi.hə.barThursday (<N bihibar)nt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.3Days0
484316bi.jhəfree bone or cartilage in upper limb of panther or tiger - said to give great strengthn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484314bi.khalspirit of unborn child?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
484327bi.lik.saʔsoil (sp.), whitishn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
486560bi.lik.saʔsoil (sp.), white, from talc stonen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
484325bi.ləgrass (sp.), tall rush, growing by water - used in weavingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
484326bi.ləm.bəlate, slow (<Skt)adv.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.1Adverbial uses0
484320bi.nalʔaffliction due to evil spirit, causing sickness, deathn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484321bi.nalʔ.baŋcurse, afflictionn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.1Scold0
484319bi.nə-recall, think overvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.1Up0
484322bi.raweapon, sword, (esp. of spirit - actually a grass blade) (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.15War and violence0
484323bi.ra.misickness (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
484324bi.rimcontainer (sp.), small circular storage basket, closely-woven from thin bamboon.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
484317bi.tikimmediately, at once (<N)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.1Adverbial uses0
484333bik.nəmsix days agont.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
484334bik.puʔsix years hencent.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
484335bik.səysix days hencent.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
484337bin.(goyʔ)plant (sp.), with edible bulb, large white single flower in August, seeds in December-January, (Lilium wallichianium?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.2Months and Years0
484338bin.ci.risstomach (large) of cow, layeredn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.7.6Stomach0
480384bin.goyʔplant (sp.), with edible bulbn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
484339birevil spirit (gen.) (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
484340bir.ma.raŋevil spirit (gen.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
484341bistwenty (<N)nct.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
484342bis-fill in gap in mat, wallvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484336bitrim of basket (<N biT)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.5.2Jaw/Cheek0
484330biʔ-crouching low, , keep head downvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.2Down0
484331m,1455biʔ.ŋaʔfish (sp.), catfish, very large, with long barbels, Bagarius bagariusn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
484332m,1455,mbiʔ.ŋaʔ.duŋfish (sp.), catfish, very large, with long barbels, Bagarius bagarius (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
484571blaw-reverse natural direction (esp. when regurgitating or retching)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
484567blaykneatly plaited (hair)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
484568blayk-find unpleasant or disagreeable, be hesitant about actionvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.21Acquisitions0
484569blayŋ-glance aside sharply (axe, arrow, blow, etc.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6.11Behold0
484570blayŋhlong (hair)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
484561blaŋroof section (sp.), large siden.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9Dwellings0
484562blaŋfall or lie flat (large object, tree trunk, etc.)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.4.2Fall0
484563blaŋ-make flat surface, chop or trim timber (with adze)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.14Construction0
478984blaŋ.(dhaŋ).tə ʔenʔ-lie on back (adult)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.4Falsehood0
484565blaŋ.dhaŋʔlying flat on back (adult)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.4Falsehood0
484564blaŋa bləŋəfalling flat (as dying elephant)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.8Downward0
484566m,2658blaŋh.(siŋʔ)plank, doorn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
484581blekthin flat object, flattened objectadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11Artifacts (unclassified as yet)0
484582blek.baŋrock (sp.), layeredn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.9Rocks and minerals0
484588blenh-miss (of aim)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.5.2Sad0
484589blew-turned down, droop (leaves, with rain)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.6Circularly0
484590blewʔ-have enough of (situation), be apathetic, disheartened, dispirited (after disappointment)vr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
484583bleŋside of valley; flap of skinn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484586bleŋ.dheŋʔlying flat on back (child)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.4Falsehood0
484584bleŋ.jadefile, narrow chasm, gorgen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.7Cracks/Chasms/Crevices0
484585bleŋ.ja bleŋ.jicut up, broken, fissured terrainn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
484587bleŋʔneatly parted, divided (hair)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
484572bli-show teeth somewhat when grinningvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.8Show0
484576blissmile silentlyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.8.1Laugh/Smile0
484573111bliŋ-full, fillvat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.3.2Satiated/Full/Enough0
484575bliŋ.bliglisten (teeth)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.11.1Light0
484577blu-remove, root out (esp.. weeds, by hand)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.4Intentional separation - Sort0
484579blurcrashing through bushesonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.8Directions0
484580blus-attracted to place or person (evil spirit - hence causing sickness), by the roasting of meat, singeing of feathers when much sickness is aboutvit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484578bluŋflinging open of doorsonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484598blya-warm, tepid (stream water), insipid (gruel)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
484602blyan-nauseated, regurgitate, bring up foodvat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
484603blyan.te.nyaflat pendulous (breasts)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
484604blyanʔ-reiterate, remind of previous words, promise; scoldvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.16Dedicate0
484601blyat-come to ear, form flower, seed sheath (esp grain, banana)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
484606blyawʔ-dejected, have enough of, be tired or sick of (situation)vr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484600blyaʔ-have enough, be tired of (situation), be apatheticvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
484608blyo-warm, tepid (stream); be insipid (gruel)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.3Temperature0
484609blyoʔ-have enough of, be tired or sick of (situation)vr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484607blyus-be attracted (evil spirit, sickness)vit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
484591blyə-soft, waterlogged (soil), be on the point of slipping, soften, spreadva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484592blyə.saʔsoil (sp.), soft whitish clay (of seepage area?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
486561blyə.saʔsoil (sp.), whitish clayn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
484593blyə.simisoft earth, clay (of hillside?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
484595blyər-force out internal organvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
484596blyəw-turned down (wet leaves), upturned (branches - to discourage bears)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.6Circularly0
484597blyəwʔ-tired of situation, apathetic, boredvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.2Negative Human Qualities0
484594blyəybe soft, well ripenedao.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
484548blə-show teeth (as in grin), bare teethvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.4Tooth0
484550bləkcome up to toponom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.1Inward0
484551blək-strike against, pass over or skim over top (either brushing or just missing - as birds and bats come against the top of a net)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1Ontological0
484553m,2484blək.nyamsetting sun; westn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
481570m,2484blək.nyam ju.naplace of sunsetnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
484555blən-show teeth and gums when grinningvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.8Show0
484556blər-force out, squeeze out object (esp. internal organ), castrate pig (by forcing out testicle)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2Spatial terms0
484557blərʔintermittent growl (dog)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484558bləw-reverse natural direction (esp. in regurgitating, retching)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
484554bləŋhflash (lightning)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
484408boforest (FE)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
484407bo bu.dhiwife (past childbearing)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.4Related by marriage0
484409bo-divide amongst, sharevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.4Intentional separation - Sort0
484412bo.bo.ropollen; gift (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
484411bo.dyo.lyoŋʔ-flop, twitch (as dying animal)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
484410bo.gaŋplace (sp.) (myth) of evil and filth, helln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
484413bo.syolʔ-jostle together, rub against (esp. animals in herd)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484443boh.hayʔ-prosper, have sufficient livelihoodvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
484441boh.layʔprosperous, productive (person)adjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
484442boh.layʔ.tiʔmilk, beer (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484440boh.laŋprosperity, sufficiencyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
484439boh.ʔərʔ.diŋforested area, soil, spirit of thisn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.3.2Demonstrators0
484438bolohorizontal timbers of house roofn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.4Position - front/back/side-side0
484432bom-cause unconsciousness (evil spirit)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
484433bom-fall down? (B)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.4.2Fall0
484434bom.(bəyʔ).lanevil spirit (sp.), which covers the face of a sick person left alone, causing unconsciousnessnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
484435bomʔ-close, enclose, shut in (with lid, cover), cover with clothvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484423bon.dacylindrical thingadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
484422bon.ʔəlabia majoran.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484424bonʔ-thick (cylindrical object, limb, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
484425m,2117,572bonʔ.yoŋ.kliʔlarge intestinen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.7.7Intestines/Bowels/Guts0
485382m,2117,572bonʔ.yoŋ.kliʔlarge intestinen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.7.7Intestines/Bowels/Guts0
4844266106bopsnail, mollusc (gen.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
485081bop mo.tərcar (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
484431m,m,2658bop.rayk.siŋʔtree (sp.), with yellow seed pods, leaves used for ripening bananas, Albizia juilbrissu?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
484436bor-coiled (as snake, watch spring), curled (sleeping cat, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
484437bor.punflab, rolls of fatn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484420botplant (gen.) (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
484415boŋ-large (single tuber)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
484416boŋ.goflower (sp.) of bananan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
484419boŋh-chipped (blade, sharp edge), chip, break off from edge (small pieces)vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.7Cracks/Chasms/Crevices0
484417boŋʔ-search, seek, look for; begin to do (ext.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2Move an object0
484418boŋʔ.kəʔ-do, take to excess (esp. food), cram, scoff up foodvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
484414boʔ.bu.dhiwife past childbearingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.4Related by marriage0
484473bra.da brə.dəcovered all over (with hair)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
484472bra.jyusmall spot (on skin)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
484476brakmove in unison (feet)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.11Movement (general)0
484483brandropping, leaving behind, leave offonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.2Intentional loss - Abandon0
484484bran-break (ties, bindings)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
484485branh-break tiesvit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
484492bras-mixed (types, colours), confusedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.13.4Mix0
484493bras-dream about previous experience, have nightmarevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.4.2Dream0
484482bratant (sp.), large (5cm.), yellow, biting, lives in soiln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
484489braw-big (esp. in height, length), largeva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
484488brayh-spill over side, scatter (poured grains), go in two directionsvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6Verbs requiring liquids0
484486brayk.braykslapping echo of axe blowonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.5.3Cutting/Boring0
484487brayŋʔ-make noise in unison (roosters, drumbeaters, etc.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.14Construction0
484477braŋ-compatible, in unison, equal, even (esp. carried objects)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484480braŋhof one mind, like-mindedonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.10Mind0
484479braŋʔ-do together (esp. singing, drumbeating), follow along, copy (action), place togethervt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484474braʔ-mixed (soup made of grain and other items), soup-like; be variegated (colours)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
484475braʔ.(ʔamh)gruel, soupn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
484518brefinger (B)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.6Finger/Toe0
484530breh-forked (tree, path); in opposition (to others, or to true events), be misleading (ext.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484532breh.lyampath going off in other direction, forked pathn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.1Roads and Ways0
486239breh.lyamdividing tracksn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.4Intentional separation - Sort0
484520brek-pop, burst (grain in hot oil)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.3Sounds0
484522brek-hit someonevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
484526bren-pinchedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
484527brenʔ-pinchvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
484528bres-paired, twinned, divided (branch, limb, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.1Limb/Branch0
484523breŋ.ʔi breŋ.ʔiacting togetheronom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484524breŋʔ-close together, tight together, side by sidevat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.4.5Sides0
484525breŋʔ.tak-tamp (soil), make firm around postvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.5Amid0
484519breʔ-err, make mistake, forget, differvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
484494bri-be wide-spaced mesh (occurs only in compounds)vab.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
484497bri.bənvirgin uninhabited forestn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.2.8Marital roles0
481514bri.ja.binetbag, very largen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
484495bri.ja.binetbag, large (with wide mesh?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
484496bri.laŋʔnet with wide meshn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.5.4Workshop use/Equipment0
484505brin.duŋ.sayʔfruit (sp.), of brin.duŋ treen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.5Fruits and vegetables0
484504m,m,2658brin.duŋ.siŋʔtree (sp.), with yellow flowers and small sweet yellow fruit (in April)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484507brinh-somewhat thick (rope, cloth), be large (netbag), be fat (grain)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
484506brinʔ-have unlaid eggs (bird), be strung alongva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
484508bris.cikiwell formed, neat (hand, foot) (ch.)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
484502brit.tuŋ.liŋbird (sp.), Sharp-tailed Munia (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
484503m,1603brit.waʔbird (sp.), Sharp-tailed Munian.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
484498briŋh-always be with someone, hang around (as a persistent beggar)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.1Adverbial uses0
484501briŋh.cikiwell shaped, attractive (horn) (ch.)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
484500briŋh.ʔiniwell shaped, attractive (horn)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
484499briŋhi.briŋhisimultaneouslyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484540broh.lawanimal (sp.), large, striped, with white near eyes, Large Indian Civetn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
484533brok-get rid of (WD)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5Strength0
484534brok-partly white, streaked, grey (hair)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
484535brok-throw, toss opponent in fightvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.12Throwing0
484536brok.baŋ.toancestor (sp.), son of gosyaʔto, father of raydyəwtonn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484539bromhsmallpoxn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.3Diseases0
484537brot.manʔtype of bark (of brotsi), used for stringn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484913brot.manʔtype of bark (of brotsi), used for stringn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484538brot.sitree (sp.), small yellow flowers, bark used for string, Acer caesium?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
484510bru.du-be light-falling rainva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
484509bru.du.(tiʔ)light-falling rainn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.11.1Light0
484511197,1603bruk.waʔbird (sp.), medium-sized, fruit-eating, Speckled Wood Pigeonn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
484515brum-warm (clothes, place, body, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.3Temperature0
484513brunh-thick (rope, cloth), be large (netbag), be fat (grain)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
484512brunʔ-goosepimpled (with cold), pimpled, have raised bumpsva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484517brus-make ashen or grey; rub on ashes (e.g. before plucking)vat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.14Construction0
484543bryak.bryaknoise of marching with rattlingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484542bryaka.ja.binetbag, largen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
484544bryanh-torn, rent, cracked (brass vessel)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.4Mince, shred0
484545bryanh.cikpockmarkn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484546bryay-sparse, widely spaced, spread outva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.1Quantity - general0
484547bryok-puffed, burst (grain); greying (hair)vat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484541bryəy-spread out, widely spaced, sparseva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
484463brəkbe together, do together, be equalonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
484464brək-be or do together, be equalvai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
484467brən-break (ties)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
484468brəyhfingersn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.6Finger/Toe0
484465brəŋsimultaneously, at same timeonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
484466m,2484brəŋ.nyamsunrisen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.10Light or lack of light0
484460brəʔ-confused, muddledvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.11.3Thrilled, Dizzy0
484462m,1381brəʔ.hluŋconfused state of mindn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.11.3Thrilled, Dizzy0
487887m,1381brəʔ.hluŋconfusedn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.11.3Thrilled, Dizzy0
484461m,2484brəʔ.nyamsudden downpour of rainn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484343bu-carry on back (child's speech)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
484353bu.bu.rubecome larger than other, fill more than otheronom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
484350bu.dhahusband, old man (<N buDho old man)nk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9.6.1Pregnant0
484351m,m,m,1603bu.dha.jyu.waʔbird (sp.), with feather crest Sultan Titn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
484352bu.dhiwife, old woman (<N buDhi)nk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.4Related by marriage0
484349bu.dhə.barWednesday (<N)nt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.3Days0
484347bu.duplant (sp.), type of lily?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
484348m,m,m,1455bu.du.na.ŋaʔfish (sp.), small black, Garra gotyla (<Nbuduna + ŋaʔ)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
484344bu.gacarrying cloth; source place of game, fish offspring (met.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2.1Carry0
484345bu.ga.naycarrying clothn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2.1Carry0
484346bu.jhyalChepang subgroup (west of the Narayani river) (B)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484376buh-exist, beva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.2.3Existence0
484377buh.rayʔheat and dryness, yellowing of leaves with this, season when this occursn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.3.2Demonstrators0
484354buk.laŋ.ʔay/tospirits of dead ancestors, in underworld at place of clothes-washingnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484360bumhill, hillock, moundn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
484362bumh-cover, lay on top, put on topvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
484364bumh.lanspirit haunting a place where a person has diedn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
484367bumh.lay.baŋsky (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.2Planets/Meteorological objects/Sky0
484365bumh.lay.diŋsky god (male)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.2Planets/Meteorological objects/Sky0
484366bumh.lay.pasky god (male)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.2Planets/Meteorological objects/Sky0
484363bumh.na.baŋsky (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.2Planets/Meteorological objects/Sky0
484356bun.sitree (sp.), with blood-red sap, wood used for drum cylinder, sap for dyeing nets, species of Ougenian.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
484359bunh.tuŋinsect (sp.), large ground living bee, makes honey, stingsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
484371bur.batgod of north (<N pərbat mountain?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
484369buruContrary to Expectation Conjunction; but, or else, rather (<N bəru)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
484370buru-cover over with soil (track, seed, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
484372burʔ-burrow, tunnelvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.1Roads and Ways0
484373burʔ.saʔdiggings (of animal), soil from burrowingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484374bus-carry on backvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2.1Carry0
484368buy-carry on back (esp. child)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2.1Carry0
484355buŋfalling, stumblingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.8Downward0
484444bya-work listlessly, slowlyvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1Affect0
484455byah-wander, roam, travel with an aim (as when searching, food-gathering or lost)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.4Regular, Cyclic, Smoothly0
484447byalaxen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.5.3Cutting/Boring0
484448byal.ʔə byal.ʔəspeak thoughtlesslyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.1Talk, say0
484449byalʔjoke, nonsense, insincere talkn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.9Jest0
484450byalʔ-meaningless, inauspicious, (esp. for a dream - seeing the picking of gotsagə leaves, a rupee coin or a dead person's eye)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.9Monetary Terms0
484451byalʔ-wipe, smear dirt on (face, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
484452m,126byalʔ.maŋʔempty, non-significant dreamn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.1Quantity - general0
484896m,126byalʔ.maŋʔmeaningless dreamn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.4.2Dream0
484453byalʔ.ryəwbad jokes, nonsensen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.1Negative Qualities0
484446byamh-lose, drop (B)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.1Unintentional loss - Misplace0
484454byaw-proliferate, reproduce prolificallyvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9Reproductive System0
484445byaŋfrog (sp.), bullfrog, large, green or gray back, yellow legs, mud-livingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
484458byoŋh-stretch up, increase one's height by stretching or sitting upright, etc.vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
484456byuk-lick or suck fingersvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.3.1Lick0
484457byur-gathered together, collected in one place (objects), be bunched (fruit, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484169bə.ci.tawetness (<N bachita)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484175m,m,1603bə.hi.waʔbird (sp.), Long-tailed Broadbilln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
484170bə.jəygrandmother (<N bəjyəy)nk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.1Previous generation0
484173bə.ləmʔ.ʔa.ma/ʔa.pabondfriend of parentnk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484172bə.rapice (<N bərəph)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
484171bə.rə.rəpoisoned (fish)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.4Harm0
484174bə.sə.ləm.(ʔa)in that wayonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484204bəhspouse's older brothernk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
484207bəh.rəm.biforest produce. spoilsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
484206bəh.ʔa.paparent's older brothernk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
484205bəh.ʔə.rifirstfruits of forest producen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484200bəlh-strike top (of net, etc. - bats, birds, etc.); reach peak (ext.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
484197bələfew, a little, slightlyadv.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
484198bələ naʔ-be a good manyva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
484199bələ.coʔfew, a little, slightlyadv.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481474bələ.jəmbarely sufficientadv.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
484185bənuncultivated flora, forest, weeds, scrub (<N bən)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
484190bən.dho.ʔaweeds (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.7Fungi0
484189bən.dukgun (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.15War and violence0
480383bən.goyʔvariety of forest yamn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
484187bən.ʔar.məyʔcreatures, spirits of forest (f.)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484188bən.ʔar.si.təspirit (f.), of bunsi tree (involved in drum making)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484195bər.khəmonsoon (<N bərkha)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.1Weather and seasons0
484196bər.səyear (<N bərsə)nt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.2Months and Years0
484202bəw-set (sun) (B)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
484203m,m,2658bəw.dham.siŋʔtree (sp.), large circular leaves, used as timbern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
484193bəy.sakmonth (sp.), mid-April to mid-May (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.2Months and Years0
479893bəy.sə klyoh-past childbearing, no longer fertilevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
486253bəy.sə lyuŋ-full of vigour of youthvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484191bəy.ʔaŋspeech, voicen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.7Speak/Say/Tell0
4841942158bəyʔ-give, sellvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.23Giving0
484177bəŋ.kinʔ.(la)drum part (sp.), cane band around drum to hold on the skinn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
484176bəŋ.kə.riksmall storage place, hollow in ground where something is put, bait-hole of trap, shelter, hive in bank or walln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
484181bəŋh-slip, slide (earth, rocks)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.3Awkwardly, Irregularly, Abruptly0
484182bəŋh.gurock or earth slide, landsliden.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.9Rocks and minerals0
484178bəŋʔcontainer (sp.), bamboo tube about 8cm in diameter, 30cm longn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
480937casore, woundn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
480938ca-have soresva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
480941ca-bubble, boil, simmer, fermentvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6Verbs requiring liquids0
480942ca.ca.daŋʔwrinkled nose (bat)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2Negative Qualities0
480944ca.rokscabn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.5.3Skin Blemish/Freckle0
480943ca.ya.yanoise of flock (birds, etc.), of crowdonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480950cak-hard of texture; difficult (ext.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2Negative Qualities0
480772cak.ŋathard gumn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2Negative Qualities0
480952cak.ŋatgum (hard - used in birdlime)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.4.3Gums0
480979cal.hi cal.hibuzzingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.3Sounds0
480980calʔ-spread widely, increase (cold, sickness)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
480964cam-hold in flames (to singe, roast, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480965camʔ-crush with (heavy) weight, press downvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
480966camʔ-widespread (sickness)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
480958can.disilver (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.4Elements, metals, alloys0
480960canh-repeat action (esp. thieving)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.2Garrulosity, verbosity0
480959canʔ-repeat sowing, oversow, supplementvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.2Garrulosity, verbosity0
480961cap-press, hold down with weight, oppress (ext)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
480963capaʔ-chop up small (meat, thatch grass)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
485009car mut.huŋfour foundations of skynn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
480978carh-sting, smart (wound)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.4.2Sting0
480976carə-throw handful (stones, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.12Throwing0
480977carʔ-blaze fiercely (sun)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
480982cas-nest in ground (wasps) during winter, producing young before making nest in treevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
480983cas.ʔəgrain (sp.), millet varietyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.6.2Other ground and milled food0
480981cawʔ-inedible because of stones or hardness, bite on stoneva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480971cayk-split off wood, chop into kindlingvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
480972cayŋfill up (hole, throat)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.11Digging, excavation0
480975cayŋhscrew up faceonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9Dwellings0
480973cayŋʔ-punish, strike (child)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
480974cayŋʔ.kyanajammed full (bag, etc.)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
480967cayʔgrass (sp.), pampas-liken.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.8Other wild plants0
480969cayʔ-bite on, crunch small stone when eatingvt1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.4.4Bite/Hold in Mouth0
480970cayʔ-chop wood up smallvt2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
480953caŋundershell (of crab)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480954caŋ-stunted, slow-growing (esp. plants)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
480955caŋ.raŋuprooted, upturned; sore inside (ext.)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.8Other wild plants0
480956caŋ.sitree (sp.), very large round leaves, used as tobacco, bark as diarrhoea medicinen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
480957caŋʔ-add to, supplement, finish off, completevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
480947caʔ-mixed (colours, kinds), variegatedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.13.4Mix0
481077ce-wrap around shoulders, wear under one shoulder, over the other and tiedvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
481078ce-bubble, boil, simmer, ferment (WD)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6Verbs requiring liquids0
481080ce.ce.leŋopen weave mat, platform for steaming or dryingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.6.1Open0
481079ce.ce.roktree (sp.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
481082ce.nayclothing (sp.), shawl, cloth wrap (esp. worn over shoulder by women)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.8.2.1Clothes (general)0
481083ce.paŋChepangnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481084ce.rə.lavine (sp.), large, with broad leaves, contains drinkable watern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.7Fungi0
481081ce.ta.mu.safungus (sp.), ediblen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.7Fungi0
484992ce.ta.mu.safungus, ediblen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.7Fungi0
481113cehladder of sticks bound to tree (like an artificial vine)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481114ceh-bind sticks to tree in order to climb itvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
4810861839cek-be rough textureva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
481089cek.ceksmacking of lipsonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481088cek.ku.na.juyinsect (sp.), small bug with yellow markingsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
4810901839,mcek.loʔplant (sp.), shrub with large rough leaves - crushed to put on suppurating wound; Pilea symmerian.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481087ceke.weŋmusical instrument, small metal cymbalsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
481099cemopen flooring (of loft), made of split bamboo or barkn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481094cenhhalf, portionnms.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.8Measure Words0
481095cenh.tekedge, overhangnl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.7Extent0
481093cenʔ.(baŋ)bedrock, base rockn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.9Rocks and minerals0
484236cenʔ.baŋbedrockn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481096cepe.na capa.nasmall nose, large nose?onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.8Nose0
481097cepe.ne cher.lepsmall-nosed, (or fleshy-nosed) personadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
481098cepeʔ-chop up small (meat, thatch grass)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
481100certorch stick (made of bound tityəpatik, groykrot or sənsəri stems)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.5.5Tools pertaining to fire0
481101cer-split lengthwise, shred, tear into strips (esp. a vine, to make ties)vat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481108cer.hmeʔtorch (made of thin sticks)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.5.5Tools pertaining to fire0
481104cer.kumbird (sp.), Swallown.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
481106cer.lastring of winding stick (kerjyu)n1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
481107cer.lastrands of stripped barkn2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.11.1Bark (of dog)0
481105cer.menʔ.paprolled up new feathers of birdn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
481103cere.cep.ryaʔfish (sp.), small, with wide flattened head, Chacha chachan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
481110cerhbird (sp.), Bantamn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
481109cerʔ-blaze (sun)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
481112cewh-jab, poke (eye)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6Eye0
481111cewʔ-see, catch sight ofvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6.10See/Look0
481091ceŋ-slow growing (esp. plant)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.1Negative Qualities0
481092ceŋe ceŋeoverfullonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481303chafold (of fish net)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.4.4.2Bosom/Lap0
481304cha-well stocked with prey or food (a particular catching or gathering area), come feeding in shallows (shoal of fish) where they are caughtvai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481305cha.da.rok.lanevil spirit (sp.), causes epilepsynn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
481307cha.ləwwide of body (caterpillar)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
481306cha.ra.ra dha.ra.racrackling, flaring of fireonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.3Sounds0
481329chah-spread (wound), ulceratevai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
481309chak-store up on or away; put in proper place, put tobacco in bowl of hookahvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481310m,2805chak.jaʔanimal (sp.), (myth.), black feline animal haunting grave area - comes from the ghost of a dead personn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.3Associated Animal Terms0
481325chala.(pun)leather, drum-skin (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.5.1Hide/Leather0
481326chalʔ-spread, increase (pestilence, sickness), be menace, threatvai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
481319cham-weak from effort (as at childbirth or from fall)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481320chamaaunt? (<N) (B)nk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.1Previous generation0
481315chanaroof (<N chanu)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9Dwellings0
481316chanʔ-larger, extended, increasedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
481317chanʔ-ask question (B)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.7.1Ask0
481318chap-clear junglevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
481328chas-jammed in, block (hole, throat)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.5Throat/Pharynx0
481327chawʔ-frequent, regular increase (pestilence, sickness), be menace, threatvai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
481321chay-put up on top, put up on shelfvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
481322chay.chayigniting of fireonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481323chaykcreakingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481324chayŋtruthfullyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481311chaŋ.chiŋʔsee through (gaps) clearlyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6.10See/Look0
481313chaŋh-whispervi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.4.2Soft0
481314chaŋh-store up on or away; put in proper place, put tobacco in bowl of hookah (B)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481312chaŋʔhanging rack above fire (esp. a narrower lower rack for storing utensils)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
481308chaʔ-effective, sharp (tool); be frank, uninhibited (speaker) (ext.)vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.5.4Workshop use/Equipment0
481365che.rayh-hear clearly, understand)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.7.4Hear/Listen0
481366che.reŋ-be able to listen, attend to (words)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481363che.te.teskipping across water (thrown stone, etc.)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
481364che.te.tefrog (sp.), small greenish, pond-dwellingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.6Reptiles and Amphibians0
481390cheh-look at, consider possibilities; divine (using salt, rice grains)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
481391cheh.ma.rə.tihusked rice (used in ceremony) (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
481384chel-dodge, avoid meeting, bypassvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.9Manner is primary0
481386chelh-shave thinly, trim bark off timber; nick side (arrow)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.2Carve, shave0
481387chelh.ʔek-cut finelyvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
481377chenh-fall over (B)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.4.2Fall0
481376chenʔcomb of fowl, crestn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.2.1Comb/Crest0
481378chepe.chepeshallows (<N chyap.chyap splashing?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481379cher.benʔflat and thin (body of insect)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
481382cher.lepfloating, wafting (as falling leaf)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6.1Float0
481381cher.leŋclear (rain)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
481380cher.liŋflash (lightning)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
481383cherh-sure-footed, skilful, well-spokenva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
481374chet-call (Goral)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.13Beckon0
481375m,m,34chet.raŋ.syaʔanimal (sp.), Goral (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.3Associated Animal Terms0
481388chewh-graze (skin)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.5Skin0
481389chewhe-divide into small piecesvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.4Intentional separation - Sort0
481372cheŋ.kəlʔ-separate, put to one side, improve, refine; drive off (undesirable)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.4Intentional separation - Sort0
481373cheŋʔ-high-pitched, shrillva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.3Position - high/low0
481367cheʔsalt, salt-like substancesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.4Elements, metals, alloys0
479259cheʔ kas-strike blowvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
485549cheʔ raw-over-saltyva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.1Up0
481369cheʔ.ba.rostars of the Milky Wayn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.2Planets/Meteorological objects/Sky0
481370cheʔ.baŋrock (sp.), quartzn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.9Rocks and minerals0
481368cheʔ.ca.rahand-broom, of bound twigsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.1.1Hand0
481371cheʔ.laktuber (sp.), edible variety of Dioscorea bulbiferan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
481349chih-separate one group or place from another, discriminatevat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481333chik-strike spark (using iron and quartz), strike sharply together, strike matchvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
481346chilhi-active, lively, restless (child), be energeticva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.2Verbal0
481345chili.liviolent (diarrhoea)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.5Fighting0
481343chinmoment (<N chin)nt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.4Times of Day0
481344chip.yaŋleaving for a long periodonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.2Intentional loss - Abandon0
481342chit-tie or knot together (rope pieces, etc.), make a knotvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
481347chiwhi-break into small pieces (tuber, bread)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
481348chiwhi.chiwhiin small piecesonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481334chiŋ-be or become less, not equal or even, unwindvai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.2.1Compound0
481339chiŋ.chiŋ chaŋ.chaŋbrandishing knivesonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481338chiŋ.gəlʔ-discern, divine, predict (death), select using rice grains (ch.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
481337chiŋ.gənʔ-make or give judgmentvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.14Construction0
481336chiŋ.kənʔ-separate in tray (rubbish from grain), by tossing up; (ch.) separate spirit from evil spiritvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481335chiŋ.ti ŋayʔ-strike to one side, not squarely (esp. arrow)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
481341chiŋh-pick out, select from, choose (esp. the right person)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.4Intentional separation - Sort0
481340chiŋʔ-protect, separate from harmvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
481330chiʔ-spotted, flecked, spoiled, dirtied (cloth, etc.); harmvat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
481331chiʔ.chetcover ground (plants)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
481332chiʔ.laktuber (sp.), small edible yam, a variety of Dioscorea bulbifera?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
485917chiʔ.lakvine with hairy, edible tuber, small wild variety of Dioscorea bulbiferan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481392cho-silvery, shiny, brightva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.11.1Light0
481393cho-move off, go off (B)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.4Apart0
481394cho.ba.darʔ cho.ba.dorʔfull of holes (wall), roughonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.3.2Satiated/Full/Enough0
481396cho.baksolids of beern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481395cho.namfestival (sp.), for ancestor worship at harvest time - held at the dark of the moon in Bhadra (mid Aug. - mid Sept.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
481404chomʔ-wear blousevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
481405chomʔ.(nay)clothing (sp.), blousen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.8.2.1Clothes (general)0
481401chon-winded, not breathing (as newborn baby)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.2.11Stages of growth0
481402chonʔ-bounce, roll away (stone)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.7Up, etc.0
481403choppickle, of ground meat with salt, chilli (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481408chorʔ-sexually active (esp. male goat)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9.1.1Bred0
481406choy.ciŋ.(juy)insect (sp.), cicada, large (about 4cm. long) black with red underneath, noisyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
481407choy.jiŋinsect (sp.), cicada, large (about 4cm. long), black with red underneath, noisyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
481398choŋcliff-face, bluff, rocky outcrop, cragn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
481399choŋ-high, tall (B)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.3Position - high/low0
481400choŋh-stand out, be prominent, exceed, take precedenceva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481397choʔ-renew by adding fresh (gum, beer), top upvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.14Construction0
481350chu-be or make equal, be much alike in rank, power or sizevat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
481351chu.raknife (small) (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
481362chuh-knock off (ash, from burning wood)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
481355chuk-hurt sharply, be sore (bumped muscle)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
481357chunʔ-bounce up and down (esp. child), dandle, jerk (with hiccough)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.7Up, etc.0
481358chur-large and grand, awesome, fierce, forbidding (person, house, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
481359chur.muhate, envy, jealousyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.2.6.2Envy0
482796chur.mu duŋ-arise (jealousy)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.4Wake/Conscious/Alert0
481360churh-exceed somewhat (in size)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481361chus-exceed in weight, sizeva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481356chuŋ-deep (hole, water) (WD)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.3Position - high/low0
481352chuʔ-sling, carry suspended by rope from each end (animal, timber)vt1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.8.2.2Special clothes and equipment0
481353chuʔ-burn, touch with hot object (<N?)vt2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.1Verbs pertaining to fire0
481354chuʔ.lacarrying cord of netbagn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2.1Carry0
485897chuʔ.lastring handle of netbagn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
481411chyaseizingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481412chya-skilful, sure-footed when climbingva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.5.3WH words0
481414chya.la.laswaying fearfully?onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.4Regular, Cyclic, Smoothly0
481428chyah-flatten and harden soil (rain), wash off (food remains)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
481416chyak-pare vegetable, fruitvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.2Carve, shave0
481423chyam-insipid, watery, diluteva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.1Negative Qualities0
481424chyam-cut at angle, tapervt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
481420chyanh-reveal, inform onvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
481418chyanʔ-describe, explain, showvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.14.3Explain0
481419chyanʔ.rayʔsignn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
481421chyap-clear jungle, land (of trees, scrub)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
481422chyap.raŋfield (newly cleared)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
485491chyap.raŋcleared fieldn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
481426chyar-expand or extend in size, capacity (e.g. house, wasp nest)vat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
481427chyara baraflow freely (blood)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6.1Float0
481417chyatfestival (gen.) (<N caD)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
481425chyaysizzling, burning up (of salt)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.1Verbs pertaining to fire0
481415chyaʔ-extend flat area, flatten, level ground (for house, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
481444chyoenough!, so be it!excl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.3.2Satiated/Full/Enough0
481445chyo-peer, shade eyes to lookvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6.11Behold0
481447chyo.bakin pieces, fragmentedonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481457chyohsome years agont.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481448chyok-send off with false hopes, send on wild goose chase, misdirect (beggar, lost person, e.g. by saying 'You can get food there, not here.')vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2Move an object0
481449chyok.ʔoyʔ-shake tray sideways, to separate out rubbishvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.9Manner is primary0
481456chyoloʔ-skim through air (stone, etc.), travel in straight trajectoryvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.5Medium Primary (e.g. air)0
481452chyomh-flatten and harden soil (rain), wash offvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
481451chyop.likhave head downonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
481455chyorʔ-tear unevenly, wrongly, ripvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.8.1Laugh/Smile0
481450chyot-copulate, matevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9.1.1Bred0
481453chyoy-douse red hot object or fire with watervt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481454chyoyh-twisted, distorted (esp. mouth), be thin at one endva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.6Circularly0
481429chyu-lacerate, slash (to mark, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.2Carve, shave0
481430chyu.duʔlarge scrapsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
481431chyu.ri.bopshellfish (sp.), bivalve, ediblen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
484428chyu.ri.bopbivalve molluscn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
481443chyuh-visit regularly or often, frequent; move around a lotvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2Move an object0
481439chyumʔ-wear skirtvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
481440chyumʔ.(nay)clothing (sp.) (f.), skirt (cloth wrapped around hips)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.8.2.1Clothes (general)0
483265chyumʔ.nayskirtn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.8.2.1Clothes (general)0
481438chyup-content, happy with situation, placevr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3Psychological verbs0
4814412795chyusurinen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.4Urine/Piss0
481442chyus.ru.dumbladdern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.7.8Bladder0
485620chyus.ru.dumʔbladdern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.7.8Bladder0
481437679chyutnest (of bird), pile of rubbishn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
481435chyuŋ.ruŋ.baŋplace (sp.) (semi.myth.)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
481436chyuŋh-pick out, select (for each task), call out name (of person)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.4Intentional separation - Sort0
4814322795chyuʔurine (of bat)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.4Urine/Piss0
4814332795chyuʔ-urinatevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
481434chyuʔ.ci.liŋdigging stick (with wooden tip)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
481409chyəp.chapcatchingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481410chyəwh-graze, knock skin offvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
481283chə-favour, give more to one (esp. when serving), increase (serving)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
481296chəlh-choose, separate outvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.4Intentional separation - Sort0
481288chənh-separate out (useful part), retrieve from thicket (killed animal)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.4Intentional separation - Sort0
481285chənʔ-separate out rubbish (from grain, etc.) using trayvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.4Intentional separation - Sort0
481295chər-have smell (sp.), pungent, strong smell (of goat meat, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.8.5Smell0
481284chət-scold, screech at, nagvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.1Scold0
481297chəw.(ʔas).diŋassisting spirit of novice shamannn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481298chəw.dyəwwhole (of area), everywhereadv.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.6.2Accompanied/whole/many0
481299chəw.rentousle-haired child, moppetadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
48130042chəwʔfatn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.4Fat/Be Fat0
48130142chəwʔ-fatva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.4Fat/Be Fat0
481302chəwʔ.baŋrock (sp.), white quartz - used as a flintn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.9Rocks and minerals0
481289chəynausea, lack of appetiten.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.3Hungry0
481290chəy daŋ.tak-cause nauseavt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
481291chəy-cause to feel nausea, disgustvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
481292chəyŋ-pure, free from evil influence or faultsva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
481293chəyŋʔ-slake thirst, wash down hot foodvt1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481294chəyŋʔ-purify, free, release from evil influencevt2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
480990ci.bi.yiphalf-closed (eyes)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.8Measure Words0
480986ci.ci bi.biscatter, go in all directionsonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.3Wide separation - Scatter0
480987ci.ci.maysmall thingadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
481139ci.cok(after) a while, a momentnt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.4Times of Day0
480993ci.lambowl of hookah (<N cilim)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
480989m,m,1603ci.pinʔ.waʔbird (sp.), Ground Warblern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
480991ci.rabundle (of fibre - kulʔ)nb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
480992ci.rinʔ.thicut with fine serrationsonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
480988ci.tu.jaʔman (met.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9.6.1Pregnant0
480994ci.way-peep, spy on (<N ciyaunu)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.5Sounds0
480985ci.ʔa.roplant (flowering), beer (met.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
483245ci.ʔa.ro nak-accept beer (ch.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.2.1Accept0
480998cikwart, small growthn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
481000cik-appear (forming fruit), form (fruit)vit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.5Fruits and vegetables0
481003cik.cakvery darkonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
481002cik.ku.na.juyinsect (sp.), small bug - its blood is used to remove wartsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
481004cik.nyamplace in underworld (dark place?)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
481009cik.sayʔfruit (sp.), small inediblen1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.5Fruits and vegetables0
481010cik.sayʔembryo (human)n2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9.6.1Pregnant0
481008cik.səyseven days hencenn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481005cik.yamʔdarkness after false dawnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
481006cik.yamʔplace in underworld (dark place?)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
481007cik.yamʔ.ʔay/toancestor (sp.), in underworldnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481001cikiburp, regurgitationn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.3Spit/Saliva0
481026cinclitorisn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481028cin.cipi.libird (sp.), Leaf Warblern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
481029cin.tinisitting low, squatting (small person)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.4.1Sit0
481027cinisugar (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.6.2Other ground and milled food0
481030cinʔside, edgenl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.4.5Sides0
481031cinʔ-lie on side, stand on edgevat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481032cipiʔ-chop, cut up finelyvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
481035cir.ki.mir.kiplant (sp.), Clematis, white, sweet-smelling flowersn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
481033ciri.ginidescendants (male)nk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.5General0
4810346131ciriʔ-scratch hard surface (esp. of soil)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.5.5Itch/Scratch0
481036cirʔ-begin to blaze (sun)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
481039cis-appear green , cover surface, carpet ground (small plants)vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
481038cis.(bis)things (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
481040cis.roplant (sp.), red peaflower, a leguminous ramblern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
481022cit.cin.da.rusnake (sp.), about 1m. long, yellowish with red stripesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
481023cit.nəmday before yesterdaynt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
481024cit.puhtwo years hence (WD)nt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481025cit.səyday after tomorrownt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
481021cit.ʔə.rothoughts (<N chittə + ro)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481037ciwʔ-cheep inside egg (chicks)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481011ciŋ-stand up, arise, get going, set off, set outvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
481016ciŋ.cyumʔpounding trough or holen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
481234m,2742ciŋ.cyumʔmortar used with pounding sticksn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
481015ciŋ.go.heanimal, Scaly Anteater, Pangolinn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.3Associated Animal Terms0
481014ciŋ.ka.narobbed, stripped completelyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
481013ciŋ.kə.nərobbed, stripped completelyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
481018ciŋ.landemon (sp.), dressed like a Newar merchantn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.2.12.2Scary things0
481499ciŋ.laŋ.jagiddiness when arising rapidlyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.5.1Happy0
481017ciŋ.laŋ.jaʔgiddiness from sudden standing; spirit causing thisn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.5.1Happy0
483191ciŋ.nəyŋhground palm, tall speciesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
481012ciŋ.ʔinisitting, squatting (very small person)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.4.1Sit0
481019ciŋʔ-silent, stillva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.4.4Glottal sound0
481020ciŋʔ.caŋʔsilent, still, quiet placeonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.4.4Glottal sound0
485981ciŋʔ.landemon, looks like a merchant (Newar)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.2.12.2Scary things0
4809952670ciʔ-know, understandvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.12.1Know, Believe0
480997ciʔ.cokmoment, brief period, (after) a whilent.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.4Times of Day0
481115co.neutensil (sp.), small earthen water pot (for drinking from), about 18cm. highn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
481116co.nelone monkey (Macaque) - said to have fallen off a tree at birthn2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.9Simian0
481117co.ray.sayʔfirst fruitn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481135cokhoofn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.4Hoof/Paw0
481140cok-mature, ready (beer, fruit, bee or wasp nest)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
480667cok.ghakcleft of hoofn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.4Intentional separation - Sort0
481142cok.tasolids, sediment (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
481150con.co.royʔadolescent (female)adjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9.3Navel0
481151copoʔ-chop up small (meat, thatch grass)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
481154cor-cook by heating, then throwing in cold water (esp. pulses)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
481155corʔ-jealous, hatevr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.1.2Dislike0
481149cottruly, completely (<N coti?)adv.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.8.3Neutral term0
481153coyk-sting, wound slightly, graze (arrow)vat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.4.2Sting0
481152m,m,1603coyʔ.lik.waʔbird (sp.), lowland nocturnal, Nightjarn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
481143coŋcorner (outer angle), projection, cheekbonesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9.3Parts of the structure0
481148coŋ.ʔay-merry, happyvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.2Positive Human Qualities0
481118coʔchild, offspringnk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
481119coʔsmalladj.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
483085coʔ dhuŋ-give birth (polite)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.23Giving0
481740coʔ jhuŋ-(about to) give birth (euph.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
485978coʔ lat-bear child, be pregnantva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.3Ursine0
483463coʔ nyas-cause to conceivevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
484014coʔ plyus-lose birth coat (vernix or amnion - newborn child)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.1Unintentional loss - Misplace0
482428coʔ thak-cause to conceivevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
481128coʔ.coŋ.(ko.ta)small placen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
481131coʔ.dyaŋdaughternk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.3Later generation0
481125coʔ.gammolar tooth (sm.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.4.2Molar0
480192m,m,631coʔ.gam.(səyk)molar, small, next but one to canine toothn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
486491coʔ.gam.səyksmall (esp. 2nd) molarn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
479083coʔ.kə.madaughter-in-law, wife of nephewnk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.3Later generation0
481124coʔ.kə.madaughter-in-law, wife of son or sibling's sonnk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.3Later generation0
481132coʔ.pomutensil (sp.), small earthen water potn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
481129coʔ.tiʔstreamn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
481982coʔ.tiʔstreamn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
481130coʔ.tukpregnancyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9.6.1Pregnant0
481133coʔ.yaŋimmediate descendantsnk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.5General0
481134coʔ.yaŋsmall fliesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
481126m,1455coʔ.ŋaʔfish fry, fingerlingsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
481050cu(ʔ)-damaged, gashed, make cavity (in root when digging, in tooth by decay, etc.), be a gaping holevat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481045cu.da.rutprejudicen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481044cu.kulutensil (sp.), cooking pot, earthen about 50cm. diam.n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
481047cu.lənʔ-tie knot (esp. slip-knot used when tying bamboo strips)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.13.1Tying0
481046m,m,m,1603cu.pə.ti.waʔbird (sp.), yellow breast, reddish wingsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
481041cu.ʔaends of earthn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481042cu.ʔa.diŋspirit of the ends of the earthnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481043cu.ʔa.roplant (sp.), flowering, Frangipani (<N cua + ro)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
481074cuhbird trap (sp.), using gum sticks, with live termites as baitn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.14Husbandry0
481075cuh-wait beside (path, trap), watch forvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.6Wait0
481076cuh.tap.roplant (sp.), shrub, large, red flowers, Leucosceptrum canum?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
481053cuku cukuworriedly, heart beatingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
481072culu.pusmall-buttocked personadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
481061cum-seize, grip, catch hold ofvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.21Acquisitions0
481062cumu.riwhirling dust, dust-storm, dust-deviln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
481063cumu.ri.lanevil spirit of dust stormn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
481057cunʔ-bud (begin to - flowers)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
481058cunʔ-stand up (small objects)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.2Foot0
481059cup-enter into, be covered by (water), immerse oneselfvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.1Inward0
481060cupuʔ-chop up small (meat, thatch grass)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
481068cur.baŋcurse, afflictionn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.1Scold0
481070cur.diŋ.lanevil spirit causing child to vomit by affecting mother's milkn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481069curu.lieyes closedonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6Eye0
481071curʔ-afflicted by evil spirit (esp. causing vomiting of young child)vat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.4Harm0
481073cusfrog (sp.), large green tree-living, eggs inediblen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481064cuyhusked grainn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
481065cuyk-pinch, pick up with fingernailsvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
481066cuyŋ.kyunujammed full (bag, etc.)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481067cuyŋh-screw up face (because of light, etc.), grimacevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9Dwellings0
481055cuŋ.giutensil (sp.), small earthen storage pot, for liquids, about 15cm. diam.n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
481054cuŋ.kutslit-like eyeadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.1.1Like0
481056cuŋ.ruŋʔsmall-eyed personadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
481048cuʔthorn, thorn-plant (gen.), barb, quill (of porcupine, etc.); married, affianced person (met.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
481049cuʔ-begin, make start at (work)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
481051cuʔ.goyʔplant (sp.), yam with sweet-tasting tubern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
481052cuʔ.sayʔfruit (sp.), small red and yellow, edible but bitter; bush bearing this fruitn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.5Fruits and vegetables0
481163cya-increase seasonally in numbers (esp. pests - leeches, snails, worms, etc.), be plentiful, swarmva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
481165cya.diʔ-hesitant, shy, frightenedvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.3Neutral0
481166m,m,2658cya.diʔ.(siŋʔ)trees (gen.) (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
481170cya.la.laventure out cautiously (small animal)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.2Outward0
481168cya.me.liplant (sp.), small shrub with purple flowers, nodules on rootsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481167cya.nyar.raŋplace (sp.) in underworldnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
481169cya.ra.liʔpointed mouthadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2Move an object0
481171cya.weʔbamboo (sp.), tall, tops not drooping, Male Bamboo, Dendrocalamus strictus?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.1Names of trees and shrubs0
4811772683cyak-darkva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
4811802683,m,m,mcyak.dhə.bə.ləpblinded, plunged into darknessonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6.14.2Blind0
481184cyak.lagranulation of oil, beer (<N ground grain)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
4811852683,1016cyak.lahdark of moonn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
4860112683,1016cyak.lahdark moonn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
4811812683,m,mcyak.paŋ.raŋvery darkonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
4811822683,2535cyak.ryəwdarknessn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
4811792683,m,m,m,mcyak.taŋ.ki tiŋ.kadark, dense (forest)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
481203cyalh-pay visit, go out of way (esp. to visit), extend journey, sidetrackvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481194cyam-cut at angle (stick, etc.), tapervat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
481199cyamh-tall (relatively), surpass, stand out (in height)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
481195cyamʔ-budding (flowers)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
481196m,m,m,1603cyamʔ.pa.laŋ.(waʔ)bird (sp.), Sunbirdn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
481191cyan.cyanswarming overonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.1Up0
481192cyan.tanasitting up, squatting (large person)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.4.1Sit0
481193cyap.cyupgripping stronglyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481201cyarstub of woven bamboo, projecting from matn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481202cyarʔ-crush or jam (fingers)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
481205cyasbamboo strips, made from skin of bamboo - used for weaving mats and baskets, and for tyingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.1Names of trees and shrubs0
481206cyas.pa.li.roplant (sp.), large vine with purple flowersn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
481204cyawʔ-cause to spread, increase (sickness, cold)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
481200cyayʔ-split off lengthwise into small piecesvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
481186cyaŋMonitor Lizard, Goannan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.6Reptiles and Amphibians0
481189cyaŋ-strain with effort (of singing, childbirth, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
4811902683,mcyaŋ.raŋvery darkonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
481172cyaʔwalk wellonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.4Regular, Cyclic, Smoothly0
481173cyaʔ-colour, dyevat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
481176cyaʔ.sitree (sp.), large, used for timbern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
481245cyo.lənʔ-cause to grow up (shoot), fill out (flesh); appear through earth (shaman) (ch.) (ext.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
481246cyo.lənʔ.diŋassisting spirit, causing shaman to break through the earthnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
482724cyo.lənʔ.diŋspirit causing shaman to break through earthnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
481244cyo.ro.liʔpointed mouthadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2Move an object0
481247cyo.sə.ribird (sp.), frequenting streams, Black-throated Forktailn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
481256cyok-arise, get up (from lying position)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.4Wake/Conscious/Alert0
481280cyol-pass over, by or through; throw overvit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.1Up0
481282cyolh-pull out or off (thorn, needle, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.3.1Push0
481269cyomo.liperson with protruding mouthadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
481270cyomʔ-heave, strike with very heavy objectvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.12Throwing0
481262cyon.teŋcorner (of hem)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9.3Parts of the structure0
481265cyon.tonositting up, squatting (medium person)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.4.1Sit0
481267cyonh-exceed considerably, overfill, surpassva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481264cyonh.tekcorner (of hem)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9.3Parts of the structure0
481268cyonho-increase load, put two loads togethervt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
481266cyonʔ-exceed slightly, rise aboveva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481263cyonʔ.ma.roplant (sp.), with red flowersn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
481277cyorcornern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9.3Parts of the structure0
481278cyorʔ-have frequent, frothy bowel motionsvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
481258cyot-copulate, joinvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9.1.1Bred0
481259cyot-tear (cloth, etc.) (B)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.8.1Laugh/Smile0
481260cyotoʔ-join pieces (esp.rope), add tovt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.13.5Join (general)0
481261cyotoʔ.khay-copulatevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9.1.1Bred0
481271cyoygrind teeth in furyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
481272cyoy-slit, gouge, scar, cut (esp. tuber, when digging)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.11Digging, excavation0
481276cyoyk-sting slightly, graze skinvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.4.2Sting0
481274cyoyʔ-hang net (over branch) and secure at one end, to make trapvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.5Hang0
481257cyoŋ-pull out from hole or socket (stake, etc.), pull out strand of hairvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.3.1Push0
481248cyoʔtip, top, peak, summit, end (of narration)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.1Up0
481250cyoʔ.baŋChepang (own name) (from cyoʔ person? (see coʔ) + baŋ a people group (see Introduction))nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
481249cyoʔ.diŋ.baŋrock (myth.) from which the Chepang are said to have originatednn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481252cyoʔ.lənʔ-sprout, grow up throughvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
481253cyoʔ.lənʔ.diŋassisting spirit, causing shaman to rapidly increase in power or sizenn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481251cyoʔ.rayʔfirst-fruitn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481211cyu.laŋnew banana leaf (rolled)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
481210cyu.laʔgrass shoots (young)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.8Other wild plants0
481212cyu.lu.luventure out cautiously (small animal)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.2Outward0
481208cyu.riŋʔ.larope (sp.), cord used to secure bird and bat net to tree, strung over a branchn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481209cyu.ruʔplant (sp.), rice-like, but thornyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
481207cyu.taexclamation of gratefulnessexcl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481243cyuh-jab, stab, prickvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
481214cyuk.syanʔcaterpillar (sp.), hairless, with 'horn' at tailn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
486965cyuk.syanʔcaterpillar (sp.), large, with 'horn' at tailn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
481238cyulhandle (of axe, mattock)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
481239cyul.kənʔmoss or lichen (gen.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.7Fungi0
481240cyulʔ-sprout new leaves (grass, grain)vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
481231cyum-pointed, taperedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2Move an object0
481232cyumu.liperson with protruding mouthadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
4812332742cyumʔhole of pounder, mortarn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.7Cracks/Chasms/Crevices0
481227cyun-hoist, raise, lift (load, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
481229cyunh-light-fingered, thievingva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.11.1Light0
481230cyup-trap in, under; tie in bag, force into narrow roadvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481235cyur-press in bag (oil seed)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
481236cyur-protrude lips (as when kissing)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
481237cyur.duŋʔtipping head backonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.4.8Back0
481241cyus.yuʔanimal (sp.), Shrewn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.3Associated Animal Terms0
481242cyus.yuʔ.winʔbat (sp.), long-nosed, very ediblen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4.1Particular birds0
481223cyut-tapered, pointedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2Move an object0
481224cyut.pamlower abdomenn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
483609cyut.pamlower abdomenn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481225cyut.pu.riinsect (sp.), Click beetle, yellown.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
481226cyut.pu.ri.roplant (sp.), with greenish flowers, an orchid, Malaxis muscifera?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
481215cyuŋvery deep (hole)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
481216cyuŋ.ku.lideep-set (eyes)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.3Position - high/low0
481217cyuŋʔ-sit, squatvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.4.1Sit0
481222cyuŋʔ.cyuŋʔcollapse at kneesonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
481158cyəw.dyəwfanning (of flames)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.10Move with something else0
481160cyəwh-pound with stick (B)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
481161cyəwh-poke into, jab (eye)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
481159cyəwʔ-see, spot, catch sight of, findvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6.10See/Look0
481157cyəyʔ-split very small, finely (wood, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
480898cə-pulled or held by hair, pulled (weeds)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.3.1Push0
480899cə.tək-pull one or two (hairs)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
480923cəl-choose, pick out, select by handvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.4Intentional separation - Sort0
480924cəlh-separate grain from husksvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.4Intentional separation - Sort0
480925cəlh-recover partly (spirit separated from evil spirit)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
480909cəmh-cut, sever (B)vt1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
480910cəmh-split (WD)vt2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
480903cəncrabn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
483771cən poŋh-have cracks under toesva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
480902cən.tawʔ-prepare, make ready (feast, gift, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.14Construction0
480901cən.tayʔ-prepare, make ready (feast, gift, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.14Construction0
480904cənh-restless, fidgeting (thieving, flirtatious)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.2Negative Human Qualities0
480906m,2535cənh.ryəwevil-natured personn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
480907cəp-cover over, roof over, thatch roof, cover with grassvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
480908cəpəʔ-chop up small (meat, thatch grass)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
480920cərəʔ-unevenly, partly done (burning off, ploughing, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.1Verbs pertaining to fire0
480921cərʔ-attract, catch prey (frogs) with torchlightvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.21Acquisitions0
480922cərʔ.chə.nisowing, cropsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480900cət-pull one or two (hairs)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
480930cəw.do.rihorizon, bounds or edge of the earthn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480929cəw.do.ʔahorizon, bounds or edge of the earthn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480928cəw.də.nisurface of the earthn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.7Extent0
480932cəw.risupper heavensn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.1Up0
480931cəw.rəcorn-silk, corn tasselsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
480933cəw.sə.tiplace, realm (cosmological)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
480926cəw.ʔalʔ.(raŋ)cultivated arean.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480927cəw.ʔalʔ.diŋspirit of cultivated arean.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
480936cəwh-pound with a stick (WD)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
480934cəwʔ-lay gumsticks (usually in a tree) to catch birdsvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480911cəygills (of fungus), fine striationsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.5.3Gill0
480912cəy-sound, waterproof (roof, pot)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.3Sounds0
480916cəy.laʔrubbish, dustn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
480917cəy.laʔplace (sp.), sky of underworld (undersurface of earth)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480915cəy.mufungus (sp.), disc-like tree fungus with gills; lime-like growth on knees of old person - thought to be a favourable signn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
485029cəy.mufungus (sp.), tree-living, disc-like with gillsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.7Fungi0
480914cəy.tya.liplant (sp.), tree with white flowersn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480919cəyŋh-add to, supplement, place together (wraps), use double wrapping, line containervt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
480918cəyʔ.sitree (sp.), plum-like, with thorns - seed is a cough medicinen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
482636daEmphatic of Command or Agreementfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.7Ejaculations0
482638da-spot or take note of required or desired object, fulfill desirevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.2.1Compound0
482645da.ba.lyaflat, layeredlonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
482644da.bəpod (of bean)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
482639da.gan.cilong-legged personadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
482653da.hredeer (sp.), Barking Deer (male)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.2Cervidae0
482652da.luŋbranch (<N Dalo)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.1Limb/Branch0
482647da.lə ʔa.maspirit, evil female, inhabiting witchesnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
482648da.lə.lanspirit, evil femalenn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
482651da.ləhə,raplant (sp.), large, rough green leaves, white curled flowersn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
482650da.ləwʔ.pa/maancestor, elder of clann.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482649da.ləwʔ.ti ʔa.mahead woman of householdn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.1Head/Headed0
482640da.na.naflapping of heavy bird in flightonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482641da.neEmphasis of Agreement (being convinced); right thenfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
482643da.ne.(do.ʔa)distant hill where sunlight ore clouds first appearnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.7Extent0
483764da.re.poŋinsect (sp.), grub (of wood borer), with wide jawsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
482702dah-arrive (at place, time)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.1Inward0
482703dah-sufficevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.3.2Satiated/Full/Enough0
482705dah.ma.kaabsencen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
482704m,2484dah.nyameastn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.8Directions0
481569m,2484,m,mdah.nyam ju.naplace of sunrisenn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
482706b,b,1455dah.rya.ŋaʔfish (sp.), spotted, genus Botia (<N dahre tooth + ŋaʔ)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
482656dak-deliver, fulfill, bring (person)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.23Giving0
482690dallentil, pulse (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
482692dal.rəplant (sp.), a vinen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
482691dalaoutstretched (branch of tree) (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
482693dalʔworm (gen.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
482672dam-farewellvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.11Formulaic0
482673dam.bə.ləpincer, claw (of crab, etc.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
482674dam.lənʔcomplete thatchingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
482664dan.dahill (<N DaɴDa)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
482666danh-crush to powder, grind to pastevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
482667danh.na.riaverage-sized personadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.8.3Neutral term0
482668danh.pa.cikundersized childadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
482665danʔ-repeat action, resow seedvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.2Garrulosity, verbosity0
482669dap-measure volume (with vessel, etc.), indicate size with fingersvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482671dap.dipcarefully, properly (burying)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.2.3.1Comfort0
482670dap.ʔaŋ saŋ.kəevil spirit (of a woman)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
482680dar-heat, sear, scorchvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2Negative Qualities0
482684dar.gaydancing, flapping (leaves of plant)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.9Manner is primary0
482685dar.riŋ.rorambler (sp.), red honeysuckle-like flowers, Woodfordia fructicosan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.1.1Like0
482682dar.ʔənʔhot, dry placen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
482683dar.ʔənʔ.diŋspirit of areann.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
482681dara.tiʔrain (heavy drops)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.1Weather and seasons0
482687darʔ.doplace (sp.), of sunrise, in eastnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
483648darʔ.do.koʔ pi.yaŋplace or country in the eastn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
482688darʔ.sitree (sp.), a hardwood, Terminalia alatan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
482689darʔ.si.raŋ.məyʔclan (sp.)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.4.2Clans and neighbors0
482699dasfly (sp.), bee-sized, yellow or green, blood-suckingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
482701das-block (hole, entrance - esp. nose)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
482698dawworm (gen.) (B)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
482700daw.lay.roplant (sp.), flowering, of lowlandn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
482679dayh-say, speak, talk; make noise (birds, animals)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.1Talk, say0
482675m,1603dayk.waʔbird (sp.), green, lowland Kingfishern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
482676dayŋvery heavyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
482677dayŋʔ-fill in, solidify (mud hole, etc. - by putting stones in it or by beating), fill up, block hole; store much in house (ext.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482657daŋbase of tuber (taro, of previous season) - poor eatingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482658daŋ-appear; begin new phase, state, era or ideava.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
482660daŋ.karʔ-fastened, locked (door)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9.3Parts of the structure0
486014m,1016daŋ.lahnew moonn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
482661daŋ.reblacksmith caste; god of blacksmith castenn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.2.1.4Artists and Artisans0
482654daʔ-locate, get, obtain desired objectvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.21Acquisitions0
482655daʔ-cook mixed soup, stewvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
482842de-lay or fit stones (for wall), build up wallvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9.3Parts of the structure0
482846de.be.lyəyfull uponom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.3.2Satiated/Full/Enough0
482845de.bər.ʔienemy, rival shaman (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.2.6Military roles0
482843de.ka.lakbasket (sp.), of closely woven bamboo, flask-shaped, for carrying fishn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
482849de.leŋ.keflattenedao.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
482844de.nyaŋ.gaupright, pointed ears (like bat)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.3Position - high/low0
482847de.reŋ.juyinsect (sp.), a cicada, calls with strong, musical note at night in August - Septembern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
482848de.reŋ.sayʔplant (sp.), vine with edible seedn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
482850de.si goyʔplant (sp.), Choko (<N desi foreign + goyʔ)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
482851de.si mu.japlant (sp.), burrn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
482865deh-eligible (as marriage partner)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
482864delʔ-effective (curse, blessing); be just above horizon (sun)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.1Scold0
482860dem-exterminate, wipe out, eliminate (game, food supply)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
482861demhlevel measure, equal measure, loadadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.8Measure Words0
482859dep-set aside, put out of wayvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
482862der-begin use of, touch, remove, interfere with (esp. stored goods)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482863der.hlemʔfull up (liquid)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.3.2Satiated/Full/Enough0
482853deŋ-make into neat bundle, keep orderly, keep in line; recite, go over names of spirits (to call, chase) (ext.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482856deŋ.ʔeabout now, soonnt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1Ontological0
482855deŋ.ʔiabout now, soonnt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1Ontological0
482858deŋh-put on tongue, taste with tongue (when cooking)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482857deŋʔ-scorched, burnt (clothes, pot)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
482852deʔ-cook thin mixed soup (of cornflour, vegetablesvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
483034dha-cast evil eye on someone, see and affect (evil spirit - esp. someone eating)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
483037m,m,1603dha.gu.waʔbird (sp.), an owl, Spotted Owlet?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4.1Particular birds0
483035dha.kərbasket (sp.), back carrying kind (<N Dhakər)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
480378dha.kər.goyʔvariety of forest yamn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
483036dha.kər.goyʔplant (sp.), tuber, poor eating, used as bait, wild variety of Dioscorea sagittatan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
483044dha.laŋbread (sp.), flat, circular cornbreadn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
485938dha.laŋbread (sp.), flat, circular corn breadn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
483041dha.meevil spirit, father of jungle spirits (<N dhami)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
483040dha.məyʔevil spirits (f.), of junglenn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
483038dha.ne ku.saancestor (sp.), son of Nip.kanʔnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.3Later generation0
483039dha.ne.toancestor (sp.), son of Nip.kanʔnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.3Later generation0
483042dha.rawater-shute, tap (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
483043dha.rap.baŋtrap (sp.), with large flat stone propped up; it falls on any bird eating the bait (<N dhərap + baŋ)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.14Husbandry0
483066dhah-hot (object, fire, sun, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
483045dhak.ləmfloweringonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
483056dham.pədigging stick (wooden); penis (euph.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
483053dhan-sufficient (usu. with Negative)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.3.2Satiated/Full/Enough0
483054dhanhdust, ash, finely divided rubbishn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
483055dhapaʔ-cite example, teach by example, allegoryvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11Artifacts (unclassified as yet)0
483057dhar.ʔeʔ nak-have ability to call up rainva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
483058dhar.ʔeʔ saŋ.kəspirit causing woman to have evil eyenn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
483059dhar.ʔeʔ.(ma/pa)spirits (ancestral)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
483060dhar.ʔeʔ.lanspirit causing woman to have evil eyenn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
483051dhat-bark warning (Langur monkey); roar, crackle (fierce fire)vi1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.9Simian0
483052dhat-bleed from nosevi2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.2Blood/Bleed0
483064dhaw.baŋblack-and-white striped stone believed to fall from sky - boiled in water which is given for feversn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
483063dhawə-go repeatedly, daily or many timesvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.2Outward0
483065dhawʔ-wash clothes (by rubbing with ash, beating, then rolling on rock and rinsing)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
483047dhaŋ nyas-agree withvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.4.1Agree0
483048dhaŋ-indicate presence or arrival (by cough, knock, etc.), call at first light (rooster)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
483049dhaŋ.kə.cabat (sp.), Great Eastern Horseshoe bat, 10cm. long, black, with large ears and nose turned up, fly eating, sleeps in cavesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4.1Particular birds0
483050dhaŋ.sərʔ.konbird (sp.), ground-feeding, with crest, Hoopoen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
483098dhe.kigrain husking and pounding machine, foot operated (<N Dheki)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.6.2Other ground and milled food0
483099m,m,m,1603dhe.ki.thumʔ.waʔbird (sp.), medium-sized, grey, nocturnaln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
483104dhep-ajar, nearly closed (door)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.6.2Close0
483105dhepeʔ-lose elasticity or springiness, be weak (bow, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.1Unintentional loss - Misplace0
483109dhes-see clearly, sight clearly when aiming, have a clear view ofva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6.10See/Look0
483106dhew-have less, decrease (crops), weaken (sick person)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
483107dhew.lek-weak (of legs, body)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5Strength0
483108dhewʔ-be (slightly) crooked, deviate slightly from straight, sag (rope, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
4831025734dheŋ-straightva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
483103dheŋ.kə-stretch, spread out (esp. gum from pot)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
483100dheʔ-familiar with, experience, know from own experience, assume others are the same as oneselfva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
483071dhinʔ-hold, grabvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.16Holding0
483072dhipiʔ-block gap, close housevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
483068dhiŋ-lesser (usu. with Negative)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.1Quantity - general0
483069dhiŋh-like, be happy withvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.1.1Like0
483070dhiŋh-put two loads togethervt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
483111dho-probe hole with stick, test depthvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
483112dho-rest from work, have holidayvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.4.1Sleep/Be asleep0
483114dho.kadoor (<N Dhoka)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9.3Parts of the structure0
483115dho.may-cheered after sorrow, be satisfied after hunger, etc.va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
483117dho.muk-have peace of mind after sorrow, satisfied after hunger, etc.vr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
483118dho.rə.waplace (sp.) or object in underworldnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
483113dho.ʔacrops, plants (originally sent from underworld) (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.7.6.1Gizzard/Crop0
483123dhok.robasket (sp), back carrying (<N?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
483122dhokoʔ-prop up (with stick), lean head on handvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
483130dhomh-carry (hidden) in waistbandvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2.1Carry0
483128m,m,2658dhon.dər.(siŋʔ)hollow logn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
483129dhonh-pound carefully (millet - to remove rubbish)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
483132dhor-poke in hole (with finger, stick, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
483134dhorh-strike, bump against (falling, sliding objects, water)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
483133dhoro.washute of halved bamboo (<N dhotryau hollow)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
483131dhoyŋ(o)ʔ-twist (to left - path, stream, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
483124dhoŋ.ko-rest on ground (tip of pole, bamboo, etc.), bring tip down to ground, touch the bottom (of hole, water) with a stickvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
483125dhoŋ.recontainer (sp.), small bamboo (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
483126dhoŋʔfrog (sp.), large water-living, ediblen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.6Reptiles and Amphibians0
483127dhoŋʔ.ʔum.roplant (sp.), climber with orange flower (like eggs), Porana grandiflora?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
483119dhoʔfoot of spur, ridge (lower part)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.2Foot0
483120dhoʔ.say.ləfeathered (bird's foot) (ch.)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
483121dhoʔ.so.yafur, feathers of legonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.1Body Hair/Fur0
483074m,m,1603dhu.kur.waʔbird (sp.), dove (<N Dhukur)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
483075dhu.mukcompletely (satisfied, of appetite)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
483076dhu.rimain post (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.7.1Unique/important/special0
483073dhu.ʔacrops, plants sent from underworld (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.7.6.1Gizzard/Crop0
4830792202dhuk-cause nausea or appetite loss, poisonvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
483081dhuk.mufungus (sp.), a poisonous toadstooln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.7Fungi0
485032dhuk.mufungus (sp.), poisonous toadstooln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.7Fungi0
483082dhuk.mukanxiously, worriedlyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
483088dhum.bibasket (sp.), large bottle-shaped fish basket, woven from bamboon.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
483089dhum.bu.litree (sp.), a fig, Ficus glomeratan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
483087dhup.ʔəevil spirit responsible for seizing sick personnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
483092dhur-promise sacrifice (by showing it), show as earnestvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
483094dhur.dhurthumpingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
483093dhuruʔinsect (sp.), borern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
483095dhus-push, shove objectvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.3.1Push0
483090dhuy-unclear, muddy (water, etc.); discredit someone (met.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.1Negative Qualities0
483083dhuŋcontainer (sp.), pot-shaped storage basket made from large leaves (makloʔ, brotsiloʔ) by pinning with the stalks; wasp nest (made of leaves); person who is a source of stories, story-teller (ext.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
483084dhuŋ-knock out contents, dust or rubbish from container by holding upside down and bumpingvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.2.1Compound0
483086dhuŋ.ki.rotree (sp.), small, flowering, root used for fever, heart-painn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
483077dhuʔ-do persistently, assiduously, repeatedly, be enthusiastic about doingvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.1To do/act0
483078dhuʔ.sitree (sp.), leaves used as tobacco, sap for itches, Maesa macrophylla?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
483142dhya.kumʔflinging open of dooronom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
483145dhyaksteep hillside, cliff facent.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
483146dhyak-stand on edge (esp. stone) out of the way, put or stand something asidevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.2Foot0
483153dhyam.lyakperson with large thighsadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
483151dhyan.yadrippingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6Verbs requiring liquids0
483152dhyaphillside, cliff facen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
483155dhyar-growl (of panther)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.11.1Bark (of dog)0
483156dhyarʔ-rough, hoarse (voice), be constricted (esp. throat by goitre)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
483157dhyaw.nyatendon, large (of heel, knee)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.6.1Sinew/Tendon/Ligament0
483154dhyaya.dhyəyəhanging vineonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.5Hang0
483147dhyaŋ.gaywide open (mouth or flower)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
483148dhyaŋ.ryaŋʔwide apertureonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
483149dhyaŋhbank, fairly steep slopen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.2Waterways/Having to do with water0
483150dhyaŋh-lean back on (person), be back to back, rest at angle (stick, etc.)vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.4.8Back0
483143dhyaʔ-shield oneself, deflect blowvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.15War and violence0
483144dhyaʔ.laŋ.maassisting spirit, shielding shamannn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
483162dhyo.lyo ghyon.dyofalling asleep (all)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.8Downward0
483164dhyoko.cyabasket (sp.), round woven, for storage or carryingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
483176dhyol.(ja)mucus discharged before birth, thick sap of brot.sin.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.2Snot/Nasal Mucus0
483177dhyol.mayʔwatery meatn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
483175dhyolo-watery, not firmva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
483169dhyon-lose spring or tautness (bow, drumskin, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.1Unintentional loss - Misplace0
483170dhyonh-relieve hungervt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.3Hungry0
483168dhyotsap, especially thick sap, gumn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.6Extracts and processed forms0
483171dhyoyslow person, easygoing (at work)advn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.1Negative Qualities0
483172dhyoy-faint (voice)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
483173dhyoyo.todeep (netbag)adv.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.3Position - high/low0
483174dhyoyo.tounclear (voice)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.1Negative Qualities0
483165dhyoŋ.korʔbasket (sp.), fish basket, large bottle-shaped, of woven bamboon.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
483166dhyoŋʔ-pull in stomach and curve back (convex), curl up, cringe (as dog, with tail between its legs), doubled up with hunger, pain, etc.vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
483163dhyoʔ-slacken (taut rope), sagvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.13.1Tying0
483160dhyut-muddied, cloudy (liquid)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.2Planets/Meteorological objects/Sky0
483158dhyuŋ-lean or stand thing against (wall, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.1Body0
483159dhyuŋh-lean back on handsvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.1Body0
483135dhyə.ryu.ryuvery large (twisting vine)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
483136dhyəkridge siden.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
483138dhyəmʔ.saʔsoil free from stonesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
483139dhyəw-weak, diminished, lessva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5Strength0
483137dhyəŋʔ-malformed, premature (baby)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.2.11Stages of growth0
483010dhə.kəl pə.khəltrouble, harm, pushing aroundadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.5Amid0
483009dhə.kərʔ.goyʔtuber (sp.), wild variety, poor eating - used as baitn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
483013dhəkə.məkəbrighteningonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
483028bNepalidhəlshieldn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.15War and violence1
483030dhələʔ-shake (continually)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.9Manner is primary0
483031dhəlʔ-measure required amount, do in sufficient quantityvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
483020dhəm nyas-agree (by saying maʔ), indicate assentvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.4.1Agree0
483018m,m,1603dhən.cu.waʔbird (sp.), a warblern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
483019dhən.roplant (sp.), with orange, marigold-like flowern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
483026dhər-shake, vibrate (esp. post), flush from cover (game, fish); attempt to extract debt (met.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
483027dhər.kunʔmain posts of house (<N?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.7.1Unique/important/special0
483032dhəwʔ.sayʔfruit (sp.), edible, of dhəwʔ.sin.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.5Fruits and vegetables0
483033dhəwʔ.sitree (sp.) - sap used for gum and fortreating sores, Artocarpus lakuchan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
483022dhəy-concentrate, look hard (esp. when aiming), be watchful, alertvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.5.3WH words0
483024dhəy.laplant (sp.), a Jack-in-the Pulpit, with stalk of red fruit sprouting from ground, second stage of tyukhaŋʔn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
483023dhəy.masky mother?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.2Planets/Meteorological objects/Sky0
483025dhəyʔ-accept girl for marriage to son, betrothvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.2.1Accept0
483014dhəŋ-arrive at bottom, descend, settlevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.1Inward0
483016dhəŋ.kəʔ.caʔ.winʔbat (sp.), Great Eastern Horseshoe batn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4.1Particular birds0
483017dhəŋheffort, exertionn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
483012dhəʔ-ripen all at one time, be plentiful (ripe fruit)vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
482708di.baŋevil spirit causing wasting sickness, curse of thisn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
484240di.baŋevil spiritn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
487351di.bhar.huyʔinsect (sp.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
482709di.bharʔplant (sp.), shrub, with very large leaves (about 70cm. across) - used as rain shield, Butea minorn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
482710di.bharʔ.huyʔinsect (sp.), sap-suckingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
482712di.lakyam (sp.), variety of Dioscorea bulbiferan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.5Fruits and vegetables0
485918di.lakvine with hairy, edible tuber, variety of Dioscorea bulbiferan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482713di.laŋinsect (sp.), Mudwasp - puts grubs in mud structures on walls, etc.n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482714di.laŋ.gəw.riinsect (sp.), Mudwasp - puts grubs in mud structures on walls, etc. (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482707di.pə.cuʔthorn-plant (sp.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
482711di.ramhthis eveningn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.3.2Demonstrators0
482748dih-come to rest on, perch, settle (on), alight, stick in (arrow)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482749dihi.cuʔplant (sp.), thorn, with white star-like flower, edible fruitn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
482716dikinsect (sp.), Dogwasp, red stripe on abdomen, nest in ground, stings very severelyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482718dik-indicate size, show depth with stick, make rough comparison, estimatevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
482720dik.palʔelder (of house, village), mature adult (<N?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.1Previous generation0
482719dik.ti to-guess, make stab atvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.12.1Know, Believe0
482746dili bilired flamesonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
482740dinday (as period) (<N din)nt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
482741dinh-touchvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
482742dip-in habit of doing, have desire to do regularly (esp. eating at a certain house), have no qualms about this; be domesticated (animal)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482743dip.ʔəspirit, curse of spirit - causes sicknessn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
482744dip.ʔənʔhabitual skills?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
482745dir-begin use of, touch, remove, interfere with (esp. stored goods)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482747dis-lay or put side by side (e.g. sticks in doorway), stack properly, neatly (corn); put new bamboo strip in matvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
482721diŋspirit, usually one assisting shaman (esp. to recover spirit of sick person)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
487820m,m,2658diŋ hləyʔ.siŋʔ(spirit) ladder between world and the underworldn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
483548diŋ pa.thalʔstone seat (used by spirits)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.9Rocks and minerals0
485197diŋ ya.bi.nafan (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.4Instruments and therapies0
482733diŋ-lesser (usu. used with Negative)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.1Quantity - general0
482736diŋ.dhalʔspirits (as a group), called on in trancen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482737diŋ.dhyuttime when spirits were visible, former timent.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
482735diŋ.dhə.nispirits, gods (gen.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
483029m,bNepalidiŋ.dhəlshield (of spirit)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.15War and violence0
482734diŋ.diŋ.roplace (esp. hilltop) lit by setting sunn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
482889diŋ.do.liplace of spiritsnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
482738diŋ.hrikwizened, dark (old person)adjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
483529diŋ.pər.miplace where spirit puts human spiritn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
486848diŋ.so.hlecontainer (sp.), basket, with short legsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
482739diŋh-closely or tightly woven, without gapsva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2Spatial terms0
482715diʔ-cease, desist, stop (esp. noise)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
482869do-point to, indicatevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2Move an object0
482881do.brəyhforefingern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.6.2Other Specific Digits0
484469do.brəyhforefingern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.6.2Other Specific Digits0
482874do.caseat of spirit (diŋ) - made of stone?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482875do.doʔ-withdraw poison from prey (by ritual)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.10Move with something else0
482872do.ga.loʔleaf of wild banana, with central stalk removedn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482873do.gan.cistocky personadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.3Human qualities and appearance0
482871do.kamone assigned a taskn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
482887do.la.thasclan (sp.)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.4.2Clans and neighbors0
482888do.liplace of spiritsnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
482891do.li-emerge (flowers of grain plant)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.2Outward0
482893m,m,2658do.li.siŋʔwood projecting out over spirit world - a dead person's spirit walks on it and is tipped off by shamann.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
482892do.li.yoʔpart of rice stalk from which flowers emerge, source of flowersn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482886do.ləridge, spur (steeply sloping)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
482876do.paclann.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.4.2Clans and neighbors0
482880do.palʔname (esp. of clan)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
482877do.paŋplace, esp.place of origin of clann.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
482879do.paŋ.pa/maspirits of place of origin, original ancestorsnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482884do.rayʔ-ready (esp. dry), be suitable (to pick, burn, use for seed)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.8.3Neutral term0
482885do.ru.waplace (sp.) in underworldnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
482882do.rəedge of cloth, hemn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
482883do.rə.larope along bottom of netn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.4Rope0
482870do.ʔa(four) corners, edges (esp. of world), horizonsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
482941dohInterrogative or Indefinite Impersonal Pronoun; what, something (hypothetical)pn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.2.1Mood0
482942doh-do unspecified but necessary or understood actionvit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.1To do/act0
482944doh.laŋʔImpersonal Unspecified Pronoun, something (unspecified)pn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
485973doh.laŋʔsomething, whateverpn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
482945doh.limUncertainty; maybe, perhapsfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
482943doh.nəm.(din)time (indefinite), whatever timent.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
482895dokevil spirit (<N dokh(alo)?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
482896dok-lay claim to, designate as someone'svt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
482935dol.kawʔ-take around (food to guests), hand out, set beforevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.21Acquisitions0
482940dolh-burn with fire, catch firevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
482934dolo.yoŋʔtipped slightly down (scales)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.5.2Scale (of fish, snake)0
482936dolʔinsect (sp.), borer, esp. Longicorn, with large edible grubn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
482920domleg, footn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.7Leg0
482363dom tyonh-walk on toesvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.4Regular, Cyclic, Smoothly0
482927dom.brəyhtoen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.6Finger/Toe0
484470dom.brəyhtoen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.6Finger/Toe0
481136dom.cokhoofn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.4Hoof/Paw0
482925dom.cokhoofn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.4Hoof/Paw0
482926dom.paksole of footn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.5Palm/Sole0
482928dom.so.thafoot (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.2Foot0
482929dom.srəŋ.kismall-limbed personadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
486387dom.ʔi wah-walkvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.4Regular, Cyclic, Smoothly0
482916don-overcome illness, improveva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5Strength0
482917don.dilʔedge of flat surfacen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.7Extent0
482919don.heʔbrink, edge of cliff place below which sun sinksnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.7Extent0
482932dor-begin use of, touch, interfere withvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482933dorh-tap, peck at wood (bird)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
482912dot-try out, test for fit (clothes, shoes, key, etc.), try shaman for curevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.1To do/act0
482914dot-lose speech ability, be unable to speak properlyvai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.1Unintentional loss - Misplace0
482915dot-set (sun)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
482930doy.chumʔindex fingern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.0The Body0
482931doyŋʔ-dry and light (wood, corn, dead plant)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6Verbs requiring liquids0
4828972199doŋ-go forward, go in right direction; be true, correct (ext.); see correctly (shaman in trance) (ch.)vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.2Outward0
482900m,m,2658doŋ.gəlʔ.siŋʔstick (sp.) for carrying by persons at each end, horizontal stickn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
482906doŋ.həlroot part (where it enters tuber)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
482899doŋ.ko.lamidrib, stalk of leafn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482898doŋ.ko.reʔdrumstick, made of canen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
482902doŋ.lak.khuyinsect (sp.), a shieldbug found on the lak vine that exudes sapn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
482901doŋ.ma.ruʔtailwindn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
485354doŋ.mik.ʔi yo-look straight atvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6.11Behold0
482904doŋ.sitrulyadv.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.8.3Neutral term0
482905doŋ.syoʔbasket (sp.) with handle, woven of bamboo stripsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
486879doŋ.taŋ sorʔ.taŋ noʔ.saknow idiomsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.12.1Know, Believe0
482903doŋ.winʔbat (sp.), medium-sized grey, Flying Foxn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4.1Particular birds0
486407doŋ.winʔFlying Foxn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.5Medium Primary (e.g. air)0
482910doŋh-poke right in (eye), impale; (met.) speak boldly, bluntlyvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
482911doŋho-keep sticks poked into centre (of fire)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482907doŋʔ-end, cease (period of time, spell of weather, speech)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
482894doʔ-available, come to get, have (child)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
483008druŋ-go out (WD)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.2Outward0
483007drəp-astringent (WD)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.4Taste0
482750du-red, appear redva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
482770du.bəgrass (sp.), Couch (<N dubo)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.8Other wild plants0
482761du.cew.cewpregnant (about two months)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9.6.1Pregnant0
481198du.cyamʔ.pa.laŋFire-tailed Sunbirdn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
482764du.de.lisunset, sun just disappearing in rednessnt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.10Light or lack of light0
482765m,m,2658du.dhyat.siŋʔtree (sp.), with small white flowersn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
482763du.du.yaŋinsect (sp.), small hovering fly or wasp, black with yellow stripesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
482758du.ghayʔ-slow growing (person, plant, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.1Negative Qualities0
480379du.goyʔsweet potaton.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.4Taste0
482757du.goyʔtuber (sp.), Sweet Potaton.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
482756du.guplant (sp.), edible tuber, variety of taron.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
482786du.he.re.rered sky, sunsetonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
482784m,m,1603du.hik.waʔbird (sp.), Scarlet Minabet (male)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
482785du.huy.luksmall spark of fireonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
482751du.ka lyam.bawounded badly, bloodilyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.6.2Abscess/Ulcer0
482755du.khumʔhouse (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9.1Kinds of dwellings0
482753du.klayŋbleeding (sore)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.2Blood/Bleed0
482752du.kunʔ.roplant (sp.), highlands shrub with small pink flowers, Luculia gratissiman.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
482754du.kwa hal.yaresplendent redonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
482774du.laŋ.yaŋinsect (sp.), fly, Bluebottlen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
482775du.litortoise (small)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.6Reptiles and Amphibians0
482776du.luŋʔridge, spur of range (not too steep)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
482771du.ma jhal.yakresplendent redonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
484924du.mayʔred meatn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
482772du.mu.ruŋ.mabeast (myth.), connected with bunsi tree and shaman's drumn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.3Associated Animal Terms0
482766du.naleaf plate (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.3Leaves0
482767du.pliʔant (sp.), very small, biting, reddish-brownn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
482773du.ru.rufalling of water (in waterfall)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482779du.saʔsoil (sp.), red earthn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
486558du.saʔredsoiln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
482781du.saʔ.raŋ.məyʔclan (sp.), Red-earth clann.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.4.2Clans and neighbors0
482780du.saʔ.toclan ancestor (sp.)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.4.2Clans and neighbors0
482782du.suŋinterior, depths ofn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.5Amid0
482783du.syo.paŋred sky, cloudsadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
482762du.taŋ.kwarappear red (sun)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
482778du.wa.ra.nisunset, sunrise (reddening sky)nt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.10Light or lack of light0
482777m,m,1603du.wət,waʔbird (sp.), a snipe?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
482759du.ŋa.rabird (sp.), medium sized?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
482760m,1455du.ŋaʔfish (sp.), freshwater Minnow, Nemachilus (beavani?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
482841duh-butt, gore with horns, knock with headvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482787duk-difficult (<N dukhə)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2Negative Qualities0
482788duk.hətrouble, sorrow (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.5.2Sad0
482839duluʔ-walk along balancing (esp. on a leaning tree trunk or a branch)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.4Regular, Cyclic, Smoothly0
482820dumgourdn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.6.4Building, Non-edible0
482822dum-collect in puddles (fluid); collect, congregate in one place (people) (ext.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.21Acquisitions0
482823dum-chop off (B)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
482826dum.bu.ritree (sp.), Ficus glomeratan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
482824m,m,2473dum.dum.(mus)cloud, thick overcastn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.1Weather and seasons0
482825dum.dum.roplant (sp.), tree with red flowersn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
482830dum.hanpool, pitn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
482831dum.hayʔ-supply, store (of things)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
482828dum.ruʔtree (sp.), an Acacia, bark used as fish poisonn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
482829dum.sa.gəplant (sp.), rambler, leaves used as vegetablen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
482827m,2117,572dum.yoŋ.kliʔsmall intestinen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
485381dum.yoŋ.kliʔrectumn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.4.10.2Anus/Rectum0
482832dumh.dumhsound of diggingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.3Sounds0
482812dun-thick (of layer)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
482813dun.di bəhəwhitlown.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.10.3Cuticle0
482814dun.hu.ridwarf (f.)adjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.2.7Challenged0
482816dunh-dense, closely spacedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
482815dunʔresidue of first pounding (the unhuskable grains)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
482817dup-fit on or around, add to body (as ornaments, shoes)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482819dup.likgrass (sp.), Widow's Tears - extract from beaten root used for treating burning urinen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.8Other wild plants0
482836dur.gangift for bride's family, given at the time of return to the bride's parents house three days after marriage, a confirmation of the ceremony? (<N duran)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
483693dur.gan.koʔ puŋpresent, given to bride's parents after consummation of marriagen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
482837dur.ji.(kan.da/be.la)spirit ancestor of bats (ch.)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
482838dur.ji.be.lainsect (sp.), moth, large yellown.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
482840dus-push away, shovevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.3.1Push0
482808dutmilk, breast, white fluid (<N dudh)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481535dut jan-flow of itself (milk)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6.1Float0
482809dut.bənplant (sp.), a small weedn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480276dut.guvariety of taron.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
482810dut.sayʔnipplen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
483586dut.sayʔ panlactation tubesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
482811dut.sayʔ.panlactation tubesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
482833duy.lainsect (sp.), Dragonflyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
482834duyŋhsolid right through, not hollow, small but heavy (load)adv.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
482835duyŋh.ruyŋbamboo, solid typen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.1Names of trees and shrubs0
482789duŋinside (esp. of dwelling)nl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.5Amid0
482790duŋshoot, sprout (growing)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
482795duŋ-sprout, grow (esp. plant)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
482797duŋ.ku.cabase of tail (from which it sprouts)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482798duŋ.kut.winʔbat (sp.), small (10cm. long) black and whiten.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
482799m,m,1603duŋ.narʔ.waʔbird (sp.), blackbird-sized, black, ground-feeding (insects), of the highlandsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
482803duŋh-empty completely into another container (fluid), tip out remnantvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.1Quantity - general0
482804duŋh-descend, emerge (WD)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.8Downward0
482806m,2484duŋh.nyamwest, place of setting sunnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.8Directions0
482807m,2484duŋh.nyam.məyʔpeople living to the westnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
482805duŋh.ʔu.rismall female childadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
482800duŋʔ-clear passage, sniff (as with cold)vt1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
482802duŋʔ-push to centre (esp. wood in fire)vt2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482968dyahnow, from nownt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
482969dyah.məyʔthis evening, evening of specific daynt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.4Times of Day0
482950dyak-stick to, adhere to surface (mud on wall, etc.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482964dyalh-blunt, worn (edge of tool)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
482961132dyamfullonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.3.2Satiated/Full/Enough0
482953dyan-start to heal or go back to original state (wound, sore, sickness)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
482955dyan.dya-numb, prickling from pressure on nervevr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482954dyan.dyəy.laŋprickling sensation, pins and needlesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.2.1Compound0
482956dyan.yastretching (gum)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
482958dyanh-return, turn back (other than to home or sleeping place)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
482960dyanh-good (B)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
482957dyanʔ-return thing, turn something backvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
4829625425dyar-spread out, remove from centre (hot coals), clear ash from hot coalsvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
482963dyarh-discomfit, produce sudden discomfort, pain or jarring (e.g. stone in food, object in eye); be a bother (met.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482967dyas-fall off (animate creature)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.4.2Fall0
482966dyawh-plentiful, easily caught (in given location - fish, small creatures), be swarmingva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.1Quantity - general0
482965dyawʔ-dig (with instrument, esp. a digging stick)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.11Digging, excavation0
482951dyaŋ-near, closeva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.3Sideways0
482952dyaŋh.məyʔyoung womann.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.8.3Neutral term0
482993dyothat (B)pn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1Ontological0
482994dyok-finish (not necessarily completely), come to endva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
482998dyon-begin to return to original state, partly heal (wound), cool off (anger)vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
483001dyop-adhere, cling, stick tovi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.13.2Adhesion0
483002m,m,1455dyop.ʔa.ŋaʔfish (sp.), clings to rocks with sucker, Pseudocheneis sulcatus (or a Glyptothorax species?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
4830052053dyorcheekn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.5.2Jaw/Cheek0
483006dyorh-peck at (birds), chop atvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
482996dyot-protrude, poke out (tongue)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
482997dyot-cause to reach one's limitsvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
483003dyoy-claw out (with claws, fingers), claw fleshvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.10.4Claw/Talon/Pincer0
483004dyoyʔ-of hard texture (food), not be floury (tuber)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2Negative Qualities0
482970dyu.ryu.ryube twisted together (vines)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
482971dyu.siwood-paper, made by waspsnt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
482990dyul-follow trail, spoor, vine or rootvit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.10Move with something else0
482991dyulh-blunt, worn (edge of tool)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
482980dyum-terminate, reach end (root, vine, sky at horizon, story, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
482982dyum.cya.diŋend (of line, etc.)nl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
481175dyum.cyaʔ.diŋtail-endn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.4.10.1Tail0
482983dyum.ripfloating ribsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6.1Float0
482984dyumʔ-free, at ease (after completing work)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.19Social action0
482987dyumʔ.rayʔpastime, occupation to fill in timen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482976dyun-well fleshed, muscular, thick-skinnedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
482977m,2658dyunʔ.(siŋʔ)backlog, keeping-log of fire, firebrandn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482978dyunʔ.hmeʔburning backlogn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.1Verbs pertaining to fire0
482988606dyurspittle, salivan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6Eye0
484599dyur blya-salivate when nauseatedvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.5.3WH words0
480594dyur glya-salivatevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487231606,mdyurʔ hak-gather up and spit saliva, hoickvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.3Spit/Saliva0
482989606dyurʔ-spitvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.3Spit/Saliva0
482992dyuspimple, acnen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.5.3Skin Blemish/Freckle0
482975dyut-assess spoorfollow trscks, yam root in soil; copyvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482974dyut.(syanʔ)insect (sp.), banana borern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
482972dyuŋʔ-feel worried or disturbedvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
482948m,m,1603dyəw.kalʔ.waʔbird (sp.), Red-vented Bulbul (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
482949bNepalidyəw.tagod, spirit (gen.) (<N dew.ta)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
482946dyəw.ʔaŋ.(coʔ)non-shaman, non-officiant, lay-person (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.6.2Negative0
482947dyəw.ʔaŋ.siunmarried person, person without issue, old, impotentadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
482586də.gilater, a little laternt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
482585də.gə.lakstand firmonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.2Foot0
482592də.lə.ləmove together (esp. flock), stream (bubbles)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
482587də.niflat land, level of underworldn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
482590də.rijuice of fruit (chyuri), nectarn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.6.3Juices, beers, etc.0
482591də.riplace, person (respectful)n2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
482588də.rə.rəvibrating, quivering (esp. tree, post, etc.)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
482589də.rənʔplace, location (respectful term)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
482635dəhə.kun.dəspill bloodonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6Verbs requiring liquids0
482593dək-take completely away, banish or silence (spirit of dead personvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.21Acquisitions0
482619dəl tak-save, protectvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
482618dəl-safe, unscathed, unharmed, escapevai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
482620dələ-break up hard surface, rake over field, rub hardvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.1Up0
482621dəlʔ-crush (fingers, small object)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
482607dəm.bə.rayʔ.sayʔfruit (sp.) of tree, small yellow stone fruitn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.5Fruits and vegetables0
482610dəmhmonkey, lone Langurn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.9Simian0
480555dəmh.gləysolitary Langurn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.6.1Single/part/few0
482608dəmʔthumb (properly ma.dəmʔ)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.6.1Thumb/Big Toe0
482609dəmʔ-end, deplete (stock, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
482605dənh-settle (sediment, dust, etc.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
482604dənʔ-push, shove, sweep away (object)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.3.1Push0
482606dəp-end, complete (work, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
482617dərʔ-chant spell to protect crops, ban or prohibit with spellvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482634dəs.na.baŋunderworld resting place - a stonenn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.4Heaven/Hell0
482633dəs.tə.ma/paspirits of underworldnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
482632dəs.tə.məyʔpeople, beings of the eastn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
482626dəsə.place of sunrise, eastnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
482627dəsə.(diŋ)spirits of underworldnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
482629dəsə.khe.laplace in underworldnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
482630dəsə.pa/maspirits of underworld, given gifts at Chonamnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
482631dəsə.si.tə.diŋspirit of underworld, connected with drumnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482628dəsə.ʔay/tospirits (f./m.) of underworld, given gifts at Chonam as ancestor of plantsnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482624dəw.ʔa.lanevil spirit, causing strife, madnessnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
482622dəw.ʔəstrife, (evil) influence, plaguen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.5Fighting0
482625dəwh-favourable for catching (fish, with hook or bait)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482611dəyEmphatic of Request (polite)fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.7Ejaculations0
482612dəy-pain, burn (urine)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
482616dəyh.ləwdoorway, doorstep, entrance (<N dəhilo)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9.3Parts of the structure0
482614dəykfluid (usually poisonous or caustic), white milky sap, feud (ext.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
482615dəyŋ-cut up, chop off lengths of firewoodvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
482613dəyʔ-happen, occurvit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
482594dəŋ-settle, thicken, go lumpy, be solid (at bottom - cooking food)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
482597dəŋ.gəwalking stick, staff (<N DəɴDaʔ)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.4Regular, Cyclic, Smoothly0
482598dəŋ.rəŋwork steadily to an end?onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1Affect0
482601dəŋh-strike head (esp. in fall), stunnedvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
482603dəŋh.saʔsoil (hard)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
486557dəŋh.saʔhardsoiln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
482602dəŋh.ʔədull in head (as from fall?)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482599dəŋʔ-be blocked nose, speak 'nasally'va1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
482600dəŋʔ-recall with difficulty, be hesitating, muddled, unclear (speech)va2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480165273ga-gape, hold mouth open; fear (ch.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.1Mouth0
480166ga-split (wood), open (gap)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
480171ga.bi.nasplint, of bamboo (<N gəbinə)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.4Instruments and therapies0
480169ga.cyuk-willing to handle (meat, etc.), not be squeamishvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
480170ga.dya ba.dyastrugglingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
480168ga.gripot, medium-sized brass waterpot (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
480167ga.gərʔ.pa/maancestor (sp.), creating spiritnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
480173ga.hi.(glot/lan)spirit of large rockn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
480174ga.hi.baŋmassive rock, believed to have a spiritn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480172ga.ra.rago in lineonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.2Outward0
480252gah-last, conserve (supplies)vat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
480253gaha-sufficeva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.3.2Satiated/Full/Enough0
480183gak-laugh loudly, deeply, mockvit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.8.1Laugh/Smile0
480184gak.nəmfour days agont.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481714gal jham-put blame onvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
482096gal tum-accuse someone, inform onvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.3.1Blame0
480214gal-black, darkva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
480235gal.bhayvery darkonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
480234gal.bhaŋdeep dark holeonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.3Position - high/low0
480233gal.bun.sitree (sp.), with blood-red sap, used for dyeing, wood used for drum-making, Ougeinia dalbergoides?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
484357gal.bun.sitree (sp.), with blood-red sap, wood used for drum cylinder, sap for dyeing nets Ougenia dalbergoides?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
480223gal.chyayburning up (salt)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.1Verbs pertaining to fire0
480222gal.cuŋ.ku.libeady eyesonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6Eye0
481197gal.cyamʔ.pa.laŋPurple Sunbirdn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
480230m,m,1603gal.dalə.waʔbird (sp.), large eaglen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
480228m,m,2658gal.dam.(siŋʔ)tree (sp.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
480229gal.dam.winʔbat (sp.), black, about 10cm. longn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4.1Particular birds0
480232gal.dhyəybird (sp.), Red-vented Bulbuln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
480231gal.dhəybad namen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.1Negative Qualities0
480227gal.dəy.baŋcurse falling on person for careless destruction of a plant (e.g. a banana)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480219gal.guplant (sp.), a taro varietyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480275gal.guvariety of taron.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
480220gal.gyaw.liŋspider (sp.), large black, biting, makes a hissing noisen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
480419gal.gyawʔ.liŋspider (sp.), large black, biting spidern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
480218gal.gən.də.rəŋblackened tassels (of ripe corn)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480217gal.koy.ryotblackenedonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
479561gal.kraʔtermite (sp.), eats wood and clothn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
480236m,682gal.mikpupil of eyen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6.2Iris/Pupil0
480239gal.saʔsoil (sp.), black earthn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
486555gal.saʔblack earthn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
480240gal.saʔ.raŋ.məyʔclan (sp.), Black-earth clannk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.4.2Clans and neighbors0
480242gal.se.cekplant (sp.), a fernn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480241gal.si.hlabird (sp.), smaller eaglen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
480238gal.səyŋ.bəntree (sp.), smalln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
480216gal.tak-shame someonevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.3.8.2Ashamed0
480225gal.tan.tə.ricreeper (sp.), of forest, with clusters of small white and yellow flowers in May; used as foddern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480224gal.taŋ.kwarblack (pot)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
480226gal.tiŋ.ki.taŋ.kəblack based (clouds)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
480237gal.waʔ.sitree (sp.), large flat, round leavesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
486351gal.waʔ.sitree (sp.), large flat round leavesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
480221m,1455gal.ŋaʔfish (sp.), large black, Sciaena (coitor?) or Labeo (rohita?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
480243galʔ-put spell on (as an unborn child is affected by what its mother sees - e.g. a harelip), cause to be mentally ill and wander in junglevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480245galʔ.(waʔ).(jaʔ).lanevil spirit, causing person to wander in junglen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480244galʔ.coʔchild affected by spell, prenatal influencen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
480246galʔ.waʔ.jaʔsquirrel (sp.), black - smaller, with silvery fur, tail has long hair like a horsen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
480197gam-deal effectively, thoroughly, correctly (esp. with respect to religious rite); zealous, righteousvat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480198gam.ma.lijoint of jawn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.8Joint0
481902gam.ʔe tak.ʔuʔold people (of village) (<IA gam + tak.ku)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.8.3Neutral term0
480199gamh-last long, conserve, make last (food), be more ofvat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
480187gan.dəy.do.rinorthn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.8Directions0
480188gan.dəyʔ.(sa.gə)plant (sp.), with edible leaves and seeds; genus Amaranthusn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480186gan.ʔak-warn, instructvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.1Scold0
480189ganʔ-widely scattered, dispersed, widespread (sickness, seeds, etc.); affect widelyvat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
480210gar-encircle with fingers (of two hands), measure by doing sovat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480211gara patalined up, moving in lineonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.11Movement (general)0
480213garʔ-bask, warm oneself (in sun, by fire)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480250gasworked strip of field (upward running)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
480251gas-work plot upwards (in strips)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1Affect0
480247gawInterrogative or Indefinite of Selection; which; Correlative (usu. with -lo)pn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480248gaw-black (WD)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
485970gaw.laŋʔwhicheverpn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.5.3WH words0
480249gaw.le.baŋhonourn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
480200gay-consummate marriage, have sexual intercourse (polite)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
480207bNepali,34gay.(syaʔ)cow (<N gai)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.2Bovine0
480204gay.daraspirit of rainstormnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
480205gay.dhəstorm, esp. severe windstormn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.1Weather and seasons0
480203gay.də.cuʔplant (sp.), thorn (sp.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
486923bNepali,34gay.syaʔcown.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.2Bovine0
480206gay.ʔə.cən.daspirit (sp.), of hailstormnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
480201gaya.gan.dənʔ.rusnake (sp.), large pythonn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.6Reptiles and Amphibians0
480202gaya.ma gan.dənʔlying in large circle (ch.)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
480208gayh.laŋʔUnspecified Location; somewhere, whereverpn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.5.3WH words0
485971gayh.laŋʔsomewhere, whereverpn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
480185gaŋ-without rain (clouds)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.1Weather and seasons0
480175gaʔ-have urge, pangs (of hunger), have desires, be unsettledvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
480178gaʔ-Interrogative or Indefinite prefixfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.2.1Mood0
480182gaʔ.(haŋʔ).səyInterrogative or Indefinite of Direction (Ablative - from); whencepn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480181gaʔ.haŋʔInterrogative or Indefinite of Location; where, whereverpn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.5.3WH words0
480180gaʔ.haʔInterrogative or Indefinite of Location; where, whereverpn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.5.3WH words0
480179gaʔ.taŋInterrogative or Indefinite of Direction (Allative - towards); whither, whithersoeverpn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.8Directions0
480304ge-willing, able, ready for taskva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.8.1Willing0
480305ge-become, be all right (WD)vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
480307ge.dərʔ.maspirit (sp.) (f.) of jungle spoils, producenn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
480306ge.dərʔ.ʔijungle spoils, producenn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
480308ge.raygrass (sp.), tall, used for brooms, Thysanolaena maximan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.8Other wild plants0
482792ge.ray.duŋclump of grass (sp.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
480326geh-eligible as marriage partnerva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
480315gem-whole-hearted about task; do well, thoroughlyva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.6.2Accompanied/whole/many0
480317gemh-closely or densely woven, without gapsva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2Spatial terms0
480316gemʔ-well-spoken, speak conciselyva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.1Talk, say0
4803192053gercheekn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.5.2Jaw/Cheek0
480321ges-tease, flirt with someonevt1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.19Social action0
480323ges-play, hunt (NED)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.3Play0
480324ges-afflict with (recurring) illness (ch.)vt2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.4Harm0
480325ges-huntvt3.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
480320gewʔ-dry and curled (e.g. a slice of tuber cooked with insufficient water), warped (roof, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480313geŋʔflank of deern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480314geŋʔ-constricted, narrow-waisted, hollow flankedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
480309geʔfingernb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.6Finger/Toe0
480311geʔ.chiklittle fingern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
480312geʔ.chumʔring fingern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.6.2Other Specific Digits0
480662gha-spread apart (esp. legs), be bow-leggedvai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.7Leg0
480663gha.gipass, sharply defined saddle in ridgen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.10Move with something else0
480686ghah-spread, splayed, cloven (toes, hoof, tree branches)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
480666ghakfork, junction, crutch of bodyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.4.9.1Crotch/Fork0
480670ghak-astride, straddle, step over, prop with forked stickvat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
480671ghak.ryakfalling with legs astrideonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.8Downward0
480672m,2658ghak.siŋʔforked stickn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
480683ghalʔ-bare, open (space), be sparse, empty, be a gapvat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.1Quantity - general0
480684ghalʔ.lənʔhouse siten.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9.1Kinds of dwellings0
480678gham-cross (two sticks), put arms around each other's shoulders, agree completely (ext.)vat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
480676ghan-beat, strike (with hand), thrash grainvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
480677m,2535ghan.ryəwcruel, violent personn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.3.2.2Cruel0
480680ghar-similar, compare (objects), put side by side, copy shapevat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.4.5Sides0
480681ghar.ʔaŋsimilar portionn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.7.2Mundane/unimportant/same/routine0
480682gharʔsudden pouncingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
480685ghas-be across shoulders (stick), carry with such a stick (as Newars), put arms on other's shouldersvat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480679ghay-weaken, ease (rain), be faint (of deep sound)vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
480673ghaŋhole, gapn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.7Cracks/Chasms/Crevices0
480674ghaŋ-have holes (cloth, etc.), come into holesva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.7Cracks/Chasms/Crevices0
480675ghaŋhfrog (sp.), bullfrog, grey, mud-living, ediblen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.6Reptiles and Amphibians0
480664ghaʔ-spoil, affect adversely by stepping over (person - regarded as very impolite), spoil fermentation of beer (by entering house when fermenting agent is put in)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
480665ghaʔ.lanspirit (sp.), becomes associated with the foot (causing ill effects)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
480702ghel-past zenith (sun), be tilted off verticalva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.1Up0
480701gherʔ-tilted, leaning slightly (head, etc.)vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
480703ghes-rub, bump against obstructionvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
480700gheŋ.teŋpour over, sloshonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6Verbs requiring liquids0
480687ghiʔ-take notice, be attentive, listen, think overvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.11.1Alert0
480704gho-confess, admitvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.14.2Reveal or give information0
480705gho.duŋravine, gully, steep valleyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
480706gho.duŋ ya.duŋvalleys and ridges, broken (country)adjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.3Governable units (towns, parts of towns)0
485193gho.duŋ ya.duŋhills and valleysn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
485490gho.duŋ.raŋvalley arean.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
480707ghok-wide, broad, spread outvat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
480709ghonfish (sp.), troutlike, edible, Channa gachua or stewartiin.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
480713ghor-loud, deep (voice)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.3Sounds0
480714ghorhchanneln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
480710ghoy-admit, confess quietlyvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.14.2Reveal or give information0
480711ghoy-plough (B)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.3Diseases0
480712ghoy.ghoydroop, hang (head)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480708ghoŋ.ko.rokthroat (outer)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.5Throat/Pharynx0
480728ghrayŋh-parallel, twinnedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.4Position - front/back/side-side0
480731m,m,1603ghroyk.cik.waʔbird (sp.), small, brown, nests in ground hole, Spiny Babbler?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
480729ghruk-call (sp.), of Bamboo Rat, grunt of pigvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480730ghrus-kneel down, be brought to knees; be loaded with fruit (ext.)vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480734ghryahtwigsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
480733ghryanhcut scrub; affianced, married person (met.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
480732ghryat.nyamʔgrasshopper (sp.), weta-liken.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
480727ghrək-laboured, grabbing (breath)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.2.2Breath/Breathe0
480726ghrəʔ-belchvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.3.4Belch/Burp0
480689ghu.tummotionlessonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
480695ghumh-lean over, be bent over, hang down (tree, branches)vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.1Up0
480692ghunweevil (sp.), found in corn grain (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
480693ghun.cu.nisnail (sp.), found in soiln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
480694ghunh-weak, aching at knees (much), stumbling (from descent)vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5Strength0
480699ghursmell (sp.), muddy odour (of cattle, pigs)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.8.5Smell0
480696ghuy-pull down (towards oneself - branches, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.3.1Push0
480697ghuyhbamboo (sp.), with drooping topsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.1Names of trees and shrubs0
480698ghuyh-droop, hang down much (branches)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480690ghuŋ-fall on face, strike (one's) face, esp. on groundvit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480691ghuŋ.gawʔ-throw down, bang on ground (esp. drum) (ch.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.12Throwing0
480718ghya.gərIndian hawkern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.6Ethnonyms/Place names0
480720ghyalʔ-laid flat, be horizontal, be held horizontally (stick, etc.)vat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.4Position - front/back/side-side0
480721m,2658ghyalʔ.siŋʔlog, fallen treen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9Dwellings0
480719ghyam.pautensil (sp.), very large earthen storage pot, about 50 litres capacityn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
480723ghyumchrysalis, pupan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
480724ghyum-subdued, cowed, rendered speechlessvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
480722ghyup-drop speedily, in a curved trajectory (thrown stone, net), down-curvingvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.16Holding0
480643ghə.bhə.ləpunhappy, miserableonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.5.2Sad0
480644ghə.may-despondent, sad (esp. because of lack of children)vr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480642ghə.pənʔlid of earthen cooking potn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
480657ghəlh-very blunt (edge)vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
480648ghəmʔ-go behind cloud (sun), be overcast, be in shadevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.10Light or lack of light0
480661ghəs-graze, strike, rub against when passing (esp. overhanging rock)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.5.3WH words0
480658ghəwcopper tasten.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.4Elements, metals, alloys0
480659ghəw-brassy-tastingva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.5.8Eat/Devour0
480660ghəw.sə-scratch, rub back against (much)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.5.5Itch/Scratch0
480650ghəy-faint with distance (high sound), ease (rain)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
480651ghəy.lacontainer(s) of rain (in a cloud)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480652ghəy.luŋswaying (bamboo)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.4Regular, Cyclic, Smoothly0
480656ghəyk-put into shadow, cast shadow onvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480653ghəyʔ-put in shadow, go behind, descend behind hill (sun, moon)vit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.10Light or lack of light0
480654ghəyʔ.dowest (as a place)nl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.8Directions0
480655ghəyʔ.raŋ.məyʔwestern peoplen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
480646ghəŋ-fall on face, bump facevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.5Face0
480645ghəʔ-belchvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.3.4Belch/Burp0
480255gi.lə-think back, recall, remembervt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.13.1Think0
480254gi.rayplant (sp.), grass (sp.), tall, used for brooms Thysanolaena maximan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480258gik.puʔsix years hencent.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
480266gim-deal effectively, thoroughly, correctlyvat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
480261gip-go out of sight, mind (ch.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.2Outward0
480263gip.diŋworld of thought; unseen world; underworld place (source of earthquakes?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.2Waterways/Having to do with water0
480264gip.diŋ.rolengthening shodows - used figuratively in song, referring to receptive attitude (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480262gip.də.niworld of thought; unseen world; underworld place (source of earthquakes?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.2Waterways/Having to do with water0
480265gip.nəmsix days agont.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
480267giri pitidiminish with distanceonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480260gitsong (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
480259giŋback (middle and lower)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.4.8Back0
484459giŋ byoŋh-sit bolt uprightvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.4.1Sit0
480048giŋ khurʔ.ʔohunchbackn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.4.8.3Hunchback0
480715giŋ.koʔ ghorhhollow along backbonen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
480256giʔ-unafraid, boldvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.3Neutral0
480562gla-lose hardness (steel), lose effectiveness, power (shaman)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.1Unintentional loss - Misplace0
480566glamʔ-flatten soil (rain)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
480567glamʔ.saʔhardened earthn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2Negative Qualities0
486556glamʔ.saʔhardsoiln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
480565glaphillsides, steep slopen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
480572glas-recall previous event (in dream)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480570glawʔ.sitree (sp.), Silk-cotton or Kapok tree, Bombax ceiban.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
480571glawʔ.srokinsect (sp.), a false scorpion, sour-smellingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
480568glayŋ-glance off (knife, axe blow), fail to penetratevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6.11Behold0
480569glayŋʔ-flatten, harden soilvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
480563glaŋʔfruit ripened on treen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.5Fruits and vegetables0
480564glaŋʔ-repeat (sowing), supplement, oversowvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.2Garrulosity, verbosity0
480582gleh-miss (target)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.5.2Sad0
480580glenh-miss, go to side (arrow, etc.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.5.2Sad0
480581glewʔ-change (for better - illness, sores), begin to witherva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
480579gleʔ-drop, fall off; be in descent from ancestor (ext.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480577glihplant (sp.), wild edible yam, species of Dioscorean.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480574glip-slip on clothes, hat; wear these clothesvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.8.2.1Clothes (general)0
480576glip.naygarment (sp.), waistcoatn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.8.2.1Clothes (general)0
480575m,m,1603glipi.cik.waʔbird (sp.), Spotted Babblern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
480573gliŋhspirit of humans - one that is heard when a person is arriving, also involved with eating and drinkingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
480590gloh-encircle, embracevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
480587glomh-encircle, embrace (large object)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
480586glomʔ-encircle, embrace (large object)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
480588glos-make ramp or ladder by leaning log against a treevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.14Construction0
480589m,2658glos.siŋʔramp (made of log)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480584glotspirit of certain plants (bananas, Kapok tree, etc.) and stones - causes sores on a child if disturbedn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
480583gloŋhshinbone, tibian.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.7.2Shin/Tibia0
480578glu-pull out (larger) weeds, cultivate cropvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.3.1Push0
480592glya-emerge seasonally (crabs, etc.), lose power (shaman)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.2Outward0
480596glyan-feel nauseated, regurgitatevri.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
480598glyanʔ-rebuke, reiterate previous warning or promisevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.1Scold0
480599glyawʔ-spread (sickness)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
480600glyawʔ-water down, weaken beer, spoilvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
480595glyaŋʔ-cover with water, soilva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
480608glyo-tender, soft (meat)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
480609glyoʔ-have enough of something, be bothered, pestered by someonevr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
480607glyumʔ-push into hole, refill hole (esp. of grain pounder)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480603glyunʔ-bring down, take down, take outvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.21Acquisitions0
480604glyup-slip on clothes, wear thesevit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.3Awkwardly, Irregularly, Abruptly0
480602glyuŋh-descend, emerge, come or go outvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.2Outward0
480601glyuʔbud (unopened), unpopped cornn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
480591glyəmʔ-cease (bad smell), subside (anger)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
480547glə-soften, lose edge (blade)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
480553glənhtrap (sp.), tree in which gum sticks are placed to catch birdsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480552glənʔ-stand on to reach up or let downvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480560glərʔ-cause to smart, hurt (eyes) (dust, etc.); bother someone (ext.)vit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
480561gləw.sə-burn, injure slightly (esp. as a punishment)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.1Verbs pertaining to fire0
480554gləyLangur monkeyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.9Simian0
480558gləy.sitree (sp.), leaves poisonous, white underneathn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
480556m,m,2658gləy.thum.siŋʔtree (sp.), Acacia with small feathery leaves, used as foddern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
480557gləy.winʔbat (sp.), large honey-eating, ediblen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4.1Particular birds0
480559gləyŋ.yəmany fish visible, appearing (gliding through the water)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
480548gləŋ-prevent or obstruct penetration, be hard, impenetrable (soil, etc.), be ineffective (arrow) because of intervening bushes; unable to work (shaman) and effect cure (ext.)vat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480550gləŋʔbulging, over-full (container)adjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.1Up0
480551gləŋʔ-bulge, cause protuberancevit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
480327go-collect or chop off small branches for firewoodvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.21Acquisitions0
480337go.baŋplace (sp.), (myth.) of evil and dirt, hellnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
480338go.bhəhot dry windn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
480334go.deʔheel (<N goDa foot)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.2.1Heel0
480335go.dyo bo.dyofeel sick, out of sorts, depressedonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
480336go.dyoʔ.ryoʔplant (sp.), large vine, leguminous, with brown, fur-covered pod; seeds somewhat ediblen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480329go.go.ma.lewattle (of fowl), dewlap (of cattle)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.10Fowl (i.e. Domestic Birds)0
480328m,m,m,m,m,1603go.go.ta.(sa.gə).waʔbird (sp.), White-throated Laughing Thrushn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
480330go.gonʔplant (sp.), with large reddish leavesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480345go.har-shift things around, bring back to homevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.3Awkwardly, Irregularly, Abruptly0
480346go.hmajew's harp, made of bamboon.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.6Ethnonyms/Place names0
480339go.laŋ.duŋplant (sp.), a lily with large bulb, yellow flowers, growing on hillsidesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480340go.laŋ.duŋ simiplace (sp.), origin of ʔugərʔ clannn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
479460go.le haw.si koŋ.roktype of koŋrokn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
480341go.li hawh.siant (sp.), with very large head, a type of koŋrokn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480342go.li.tiʔcool clear water (inside highland bamboo); virginn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.3Temperature0
480343go.lom-unable to speak properly; mumblevai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
480332go.teweights (iron), of fish-netn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480408golh-shift or transfer objects, bring to housevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.3Awkwardly, Irregularly, Abruptly0
480367gom.huŋ.diŋplace (sp.), (in the Mahabharat range)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
480366gom.phu.waʔowl (sp.), Brown Hawk Owln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4.1Particular birds0
480365gon.chehair of face - moustache, beardn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.5.5Beard/Moustache/Facial Hair0
480400gor-reboil in fresh water (lak tuber, after boiling with ash to remove acidity)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480401gor-withstand, endure, suffervi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
480402gor-return to starting point (WD)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
480405gor.dhyokstorage pouches in cheeks of Macaque monkeyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.9Simian0
480403gor.ʔesphericaladj.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
480407gorh-complete round trip (WD)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
480406gorʔ-circle or go around, return back, block path (of deer), twist around?vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.5Amid0
480409gos.sayʔmask (wooden)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
480356gotshelter, rough hut (<N goTh)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9.1Kinds of dwellings0
480357got-summon, call someonevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.13Beckon0
480359got.nyamʔgrasshopper (sp.), green, with narrow body, 5-8cm. longn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
483454got.nyamʔgrasshoppern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
480360got.sa.gəedible leaf of gotsin.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
480361got.sayʔedible seed of gotsin.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
480362got.sitree (sp.), edible leaves, seeds Bauhinea purpurean.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
480363got.si.baŋplace (semimyth.) in West, place of acess to underwordnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480364got.si.baŋ.pa/maspirits of got.si.baŋ, connected with rainbownn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480358got.ʔay.diŋgod (sp.), of house?nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
480369goy.coʔmale, man, sonn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9.6.1Pregnant0
481121goy.coʔman, malen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9.6.1Pregnant0
480370goy.coʔ.coʔboyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9.6.1Pregnant0
480368goy.khamʔ-reconcile, bring togethervt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
480371goy.ryonʔanimal (sp.), civet, small grey species with striped tailn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.3Associated Animal Terms0
480398goyh-bend head (to look down), overlook, look down, lean over (to look)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6.11Behold0
480372goyʔtuber (generic), usually a type of yam (Dioscorea, esp. Dioscorea Sagitata)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
480394goyʔ.bin.roflower (sp.), of bin.goyʔn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
480395goyʔ.bin.sripbird (sp.), Black-throated Thrushn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
480397goyʔ.hom.roplant (sp.), with white flower - leaves used as fish poison, as hair rinse and as medicine for dizzinessn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
480396goyʔ.həlroot of yam, as it enters the tubern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
480393goyʔ.khamʔ-reconcile, bring together (esp, a couple)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
480352goŋ.ryoplant (sp.), a vinen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480353goŋ.ryo-stiff with cold (esp. cattle)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
480354goŋʔ-bent, crooked, not straightva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
480347goʔ-call (bird, animal), call out, reverberate, sound resonantly (drum)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.13Beckon0
480348goʔ.baŋ.diŋplace (sp.), (semimyth.)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
480349m,m,1603goʔ.sarʔ.waʔbird (sp.), Domestic Fowl (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
480350m,34goʔ.syaʔanimal (sp.), Civet with a grey striped bodyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
486924m,34goʔ.syaʔLarge Indian Civetn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
480351m,34,mgoʔ.syaʔ.toancestor (sp.), of the ʔugərʔ clan, son of Brokbaŋtonn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480452gra.ba.danlarge-limbed person?adjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
480451gra.da.dasnoringonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.2.2Snore0
480453gra.laptwinkling, flitting (as fireflies)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.1Verbs pertaining to fire0
480463gram.gramsteadily chewingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.10MERGE WITH 6.7.30
480467gramh-bundled together, act togethervai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
4804641842gramʔfirm, resoluteonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
480466gramʔ.grəmʔostentatiouslyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
480465gramʔ.kafoolish (brazen?) talkadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.2Negative Human Qualities0
480458granold, nearly useless (cloth, animal)adj.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.8.3Neutral term0
480459gran.nayrags, worn out clothesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
480461granh-set, form profusely (fruit after pollination)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
480460granʔ-afflict, reduce to nothing, exterminatevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.4Harm0
480462grapaʔ-bind securely together, fix togethervt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480475grassolidified nectar (of Chyuri tree)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480477gras.rəyʔvernix - white coating on newborn babyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.2.11Stages of growth0
480473grawsickness (sp.), with mucus in stooln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480474graw-use up, dissipate, scoff down (food), cause to disappear; do or take to excessvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480471grayŋh-clustered, paired, side by sideva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.4.5Sides0
480472grayŋh.cakstanding together (adults)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.2Foot0
480468grayʔ-grind with handmill; rumble like millstone (storm, etc.) (ext.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
480469grayʔ.baŋmillstonen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480470m,m,6106grayʔ.baŋ.bopsnail (sp.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
484427m,m,6106grayʔ.baŋ.bopsnail (sp.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
480455graŋ.gu.duŋrattling together (carried items, containers)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480456graŋ.si.tree (sp.), fig species, large - gum used in birdlime (cak.ŋat), Ficus lacorn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
480457graŋh-solidify, harden, clot, coagulate, granulatevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.2Blood/Bleed0
480454graʔ-exert evil influence (esp. on unborn child - deformity seen by mother repeated in child)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
480500gre.lip gra.laptwinkle, shine (firefly), flitonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.1Verbs pertaining to fire0
480505greh-sever, chop off, cut cleanlyvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
480504gremh-clear (esp. articulation of speech)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
480503greneʔ-numbing, stinging (like nettles)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.11Numb/Paralyzed0
480501greŋ-thin, wasted (flesh), be bare (tree)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
480502greŋh-twinned, multiple fruitingva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
480478gri.gi thi.gisit crouching around (small persons, creatures)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.4.1Sit0
480479gri.graflittingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
480480gri.lopflittingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
480486grimi cikivery early morning, dawnnt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.4Times of Day0
480484grinhi.grinhijust appear (rising sun)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.1Adverbial uses0
480481grini griniragged, flappingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
480482grinʔ-startled, alarmedvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.9.1Surprised0
480483grinʔ.ru.sisuddenly, startlinglyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.1Adverbial uses0
480485grip-pleased with company, enjoy others' companyvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.1.1Like0
480519groh-encircleable by fingers, arms, measure by so doingvat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
480512gromovary, sees container in flowern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
480513grom-hug, embrace, cling to , hold on tovt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480516gromhsmallpoxn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.3Diseases0
480514gromʔnearly finished (flowers)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
480515gromʔ-encircleable by arms, measure girth (of tree, etc.) by so doingvat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
480510grop-sticky, tackyva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
480511grop.cyasbamboo strips for attaching rim to tray (WD)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.1Names of trees and shrubs0
480517groy.krot.raŋplace (sp.), to the northnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
480518groy.krot.roplant (sp.), shrub with mauve flower clusters, juice from leaves used for sores, Callicarpa arborean.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480506groŋ.ko-stretch neck (downwards) to eat (cattle, etc.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
480507groŋʔviscous, thick (fluid)adjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
480508groŋʔ.baŋlimestone formations caused by dripping water, grotto; nebula (ext.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484939groŋʔ.baŋ mikglow-worms, faint stars of clusters and nebulaen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.1Verbs pertaining to fire0
480509groŋʔ.baŋ.mikstars, glow-wormsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.2Planets/Meteorological objects/Sky0
480487gru-long drawn, protracted (esp. illness), be chronically ill, emaciatedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
480489gru.duŋdeep ravine, valley floorn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
480488gru.gu thu.gusit crouching around (medium-sized persons, creatures)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.4.1Sit0
480490gru.jaʔ.(lan)evil spirit (sp.), causing protracted illnessn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
480492gruk-droop (branches), drop down (object in flight)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480497grum-warm (clothes)vr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.3Temperature0
480498grumh-meet at tops (flames, sticks), interlock (treetops)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
480496grupuʔ-draw together edges of hole (in net), be gummed up (eyelids)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480499gruyŋh.cyukappear sitting together (small children)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
480493gruŋ-drain out (last drops)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2Spatial terms0
480494gruŋ-descend, go out (WD)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.8Downward0
480495gruŋʔ-droop, drop down (object in flight), descend at anglevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480491gruʔlump (in food, body), swelling (esp. of gland)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480521grya-recuperate, recovervi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
480533gryahsticks, twigsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
480530gryamquickly, swiftlyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.1Adverbial uses0
480531gryamh-add to, supplement, put or bind together (loads, etc.), do extravt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
480526gryan.yo-numb, go to sleep (cramped limb)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.11Numb/Paralyzed0
480527gryanʔabandoned (house)adjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.2Intentional loss - Abandon0
480528gryaphurriedly, swiftlyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
480529gryap.gripsuddenly, unexpectedly?onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.1Adverbial uses0
480532gryawʔ-prickle, sting, throb, tremble (limbs)vat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
480523gryaŋ.(dha.kər)basket (sp.), large conical woven carrying basketn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
480524gryaŋ.yətree (sp.), very large Chyuri treen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
480525gryaŋʔ-chopped, cleared (trees)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
480522gryaʔ-agree, be similar (ideas, speech), free with, fluentva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.4.1Agree0
480536gryo-recuperate from numbness or illnessvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480537gryo.co.dyokbow-legged gaitonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.15War and violence0
480546gryoh-collapse at kneesva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
480539gryok-collapse at knees (when descending with heavy load)vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
480540m,1603gryok.waʔbird (sp.), migrating Greylag goose? – these birdscall when flying in formationn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
480541gryok.waʔ.sayʔobject dropped by geese, clear reddish precious stone (garnet?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
480544gryomʔash, soft blackn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
480543gryop-cut and upturn scrub at the edges of a field, to deter predatorsvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480542gryoŋh-totter, move about (young child)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
480538gryoʔ-bent (person) of knees and back, be unable to straighten (esp. because of load)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480534gryu.gryuwalking togetheronom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.4Regular, Cyclic, Smoothly0
480535gryu.yuwalking togetheronom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.4Regular, Cyclic, Smoothly0
480520gryəp-finished (stock), complete (work)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
480426grə.dək-loose, rolling (stones)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.13.1Tying0
480425grə.gə thə.gəsit crouching around something (esp. food, as vultures around prey) (large persons, creatures)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.5Amid0
480427grə.pəkdo well, behave well, be selfcontrolledonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
480428grə.yu grə.yuact together (two, in hunt, etc.)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480430grək-press down much (heavy load); keep under control, supervise, use authority, oppress (met.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.2Down0
480433grək.lay.pa/maauthoritative person, protectorn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
480432grəkəʔ-trickling out (e.g. honey from comb)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.2.1Comb/Crest0
4804451842grəmh-firm muscledva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
480447grəmh.grəmhboldly, firmly, steadily, relentlesslyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
4804431842grəmʔfirm, steady, resoluteonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
480444grəmʔ-relentless (in reducing to nothing), exterminatevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480437grənʔ-unavailable, not free for usevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
480438grənʔ-afflict with trouble (esp. household after death)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.4Harm0
480439grənʔ.kimhouse that is not available for living in (after a death has occurred there)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1Ontological0
480440grəp-finished off, completed, reduced to nothingva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
480442grəp.ʔəkdo or behave well, be selfcontrolledonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.1To do/act0
480441grəpəʔ-be finishing off, completing, reducing to nothingvit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
480436grətəʔ-drain out (e.g. honey from comb)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.2.1Comb/Crest0
480450grəyh-sever, cut, chop offvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
480448grəykbird (sp.), Rose-beaked or Rose-breasted Parakeetn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
480449grəyŋh-clustered, paired (spherical objects, fruit, corn, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
480434grəŋ-pour out, drain out (last drops)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2Spatial terms0
480435grəŋ.kə-pour out, shed (blood)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6Verbs requiring liquids0
480429grəʔ-belchvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.3.4Belch/Burp0
480268gufriend (male); term for eligible male, older sister's husband (arch.)nk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9.6.1Pregnant0
480273guplant (sp.), taro (gen.), edible tubern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480280gu-Interrogative or Indefinite Prefix {gaʔ-}fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.2.1Mood0
480282gu.cyukInterrogative or Indefinite of Quantity; how much, how manypn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1Ontological0
480284gu.diheartwood, pithn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
480285gu.dur-cook grain and tuber flour together, mix foodsvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.6.2Other ground and milled food0
480290gu.luŋʔanimal (sp.), Mongoose, small, with yellow throatn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.3Associated Animal Terms0
480287gu.mi.diŋgod (sp.), creator spiritnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
480288gu.mi.pa/masky god (male), earth goddess, creator spiritsnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
480286gu.nislowly, carefullyadv.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.1Adverbial uses0
480289gu.ri.laŋbread (sp.), cooked in boiling water, made of buckwheatn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
485937gu.ri.laŋbread (sp.), cooked in watern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
480283gu.tiʔ-work carefully, skilfullyvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1Affect0
480281gu.ʔa.payounger brother of parent (arch.)nk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
480303guh-follow (B)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.10Move with something else0
480291486gukthroat, pharynxn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.5Throat/Pharynx0
479180guk kak-have goitreva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
486905486,mguk syəwʔ-catch (of throat - as when liquid goes down wrong way)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.21Acquisitions0
485322486,mguk yup-choked, blocked (throat), unable to speakvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.5.7Choke0
480292guk.kakgoitren.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
482317guk.koʔ tyawʔ.ʔə.leʔ noʔ-babble, chatter pointlesslyvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.2Garrulosity, verbosity0
486621guk.sar.ʔevoicen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.5Sounds0
480298gulh-follow after, huntvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.10Move with something else0
480300gulh.daŋnext in age, rank; successorn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
480294gun.jyu.niflower (sp.), used as fermenting agentn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
480296gurh-restless, bored (with place)vri.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.2Negative Human Qualities0
480295guru putudiminish with distanceonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480301gusbundle (esp. of wood)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
480302gus-carry bundle on head (of wood); take assistant, protector (met.) (ch.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480293guŋʔPalm Squirreln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.5Palm/Sole0
480624gwa.lak gwə.ləksee dimly (in darkness)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6.10See/Look0
480626gwa.lamʔcompletely, certainlyadv.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
480627gwa.lamʔspirit of humans, shadow-like, associated with speaking and seeingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480625gwa.laŋ ramalarge sicklen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
485516gwa.laŋ.ramasickle (large)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.3Diseases0
480635gwahutensil (sp.), large earthen cooking potn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
480636gwah.pək.roplant (sp.), yellow flower like Hollyhock, black inside, root used for cough medicinen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
480630gwam-able to finish off prey, succeed, bring to completionvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480631gwam.yalouse of birds, very small flea-liken.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
480633gwamh-dizzy, giddy, light-headedvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.11.3Thrilled, Dizzy0
4806342370gwasbee (sp.), large lowland type, with round nest hanging from tree (B)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
480629gwaŋh-treat hospitably, speak well, unhesitatinglyvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
480628gwaʔcircularonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
480638gwe.raygrass (sp.), tall, used for brooms Thysanolaena maximan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.8Other wild plants0
480641gweleʔ-flap, vibrate, flex (long springy object - more than gwələʔ, less than leweʔ-)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1Ontological0
4806402053gwercheekn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.5.2Jaw/Cheek0
480639gweʔfingern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.6Finger/Toe0
480637gwi.raygrass (sp.), tall, used for brooms, Thysanolaena maximan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.8Other wild plants0
480612gwək-entrap, encircle (bat with net, fish with hands)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480620gwələʔ-undulate, flap up and down (long flexible object)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
480621gwəlʔ-wriggle, slither, wind (as snake)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.9Manner is primary0
480623gwəlʔ.lənʔ-right around tree), swarm upvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
480622gwəlʔ.ma.hayknet place just below ridge (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.5.4Workshop use/Equipment0
480613gwəminfluence, power (esp. magical, religious)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.13.1Think0
480614gwəm-dizzy, lose senses, balancevr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.11.3Thrilled, Dizzy0
480615gwəm.ʔispirit, influencen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
480033gwəm.ʔi khup-affect, influencevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1Affect0
480616gwəmh-cause dizziness, confusionvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.11.3Thrilled, Dizzy0
480617gwər-bend, work or cut aroundvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
480618gwərʔcircular frame of bamboo, wood (esp. for hand-net)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
480619gwərʔ-circle round ahead, head off, circle around (bats)?vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
480610gwəʔcircularonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
480611gwəʔ-circular in shapeva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
480410gya-willing, obey, agree withvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.8.1Willing0
480411m,1603gyak.waʔbird (sp.), starling-sized, grey, eats cornn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
480415gyapneedlen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
480414gyat-impressed, imprinted, fixed in mind, unforgettable; dream aboutvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.15Repair0
480416gyaw-loop string around, tether to stake, put rope around shrine as decorationvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
480417gyaw.laŋspider (gen.) (B)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
480422gyawh-bark, howl (at - dog), call in unisonvit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.11.1Bark (of dog)0
480418gyawʔ.liŋspider (generic)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
486048gyawʔ.liŋspider (gen.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
480421gyawʔ.liŋ.roplant (sp.), white star-like flowers, long thin stems, Chaerophyllum reflexum?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
480412gyaŋ-long (object, story), tall (person)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
480413gyaŋh-amazed, puzzled, bewildered, surprisedvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.1Emotive0
485537gyaŋh.rayʔstartling thing, wondern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
480423gyok-do habitually, regularly (esp. eating at a particular house)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.1To do/act0
4804242053gyorcheekn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.5.2Jaw/Cheek0
480128gə-Interrogative or Indefinite prefix {gaʔ-}fn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.2.1Mood0
480136gə.bhu.ʔavessel (sp.), large bamboo tube for storing and carryingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
480133gə.də.dəbumping, rumblingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.3Sounds0
480138gə.huŋwheat (<N gəhuɴ)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
480129gə.jəpvery muchadv.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
480137gə.ləTemporal Interrogative or Indefinite; when, wheneverpn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
485841gə.ləwhen, whenevernt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.5.3WH words0
480130gə.təInterrogative or Indefinite of Manner; how, howeverpn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1Ontological0
480132gə.tə.laŋʔUnspecified Manner; somehow, however, in whatever mannerpn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
485969gə.tə.laŋʔsomehow, in whatever manneradvb.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
480131gə.tə.təshaking, vibratingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.9Manner is primary0
480158201gəlkidneyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.7.5Kidney0
480159gələ gən.dədie in large numbers (fish, etc.)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.6Die/Deathly0
480145gəmpower, influence, persuasivenessn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5Strength0
480146gəm-place, set or keep object; continue doing (ext.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.10.5Places in general, countries0
480150gəmh-have smell (sp.), badva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
480151gəmh-confuse trail, make it untraceable, invisiblevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.11.3Thrilled, Dizzy0
480148gəmʔunwilling, hesitant, uneasyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.1Emotive0
480149gəmʔ-startled, disturbed, subduedvai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.9.1Surprised0
480143gən-entangle, entwine; tie up (dog)vit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.13.4Mix0
480144gənh-have smell (sp.), foul odour (as of copper-contaminated food, child-bearing woman) (<N gənhaunu)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.5Smell0
480157gərhpossessions, wealthn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.9Monetary Terms0
480160gəw.daambush site, hide, blind (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.5Fighting0
480161gəwʔ-concave, turned up at edge; jut out (chin)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
480154gəy.duŋplant (sp.), with thornsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480153gəy.də.cuʔplant (sp.), with thornsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480155gəyŋtrap with noose and sprung stick - for rodents, deer, ground fowl, fishn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.14Husbandry0
480156gəyŋ-trap with noose, tie up, bind hand and footvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.13.1Tying0
480140gəŋtrough for pigsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.14Husbandry0
480141gəŋ.jən.roplant (sp.), floweringn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480142gəŋhplant (sp.), large-leaved Arum living near water, roots inediblen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480139gəʔ.chay-newly appeared (leaves, persons)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
487211haof warning; a shout to drive off predatorsexcl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487212ha-cook or boil in closed pot, heat within vesselvt1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
487214ha-reach objectvt2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.21Acquisitions0
487216ha-call ha to drive off predatorsvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.13Beckon0
487218ha.goyʔyam tuber (cooked)pn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.5Fruits and vegetables0
487219ha.jyuk-disappointed, unhappy at not having, covetvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487217ha.koʔmine (idiolect)pn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.9Rocks and minerals0
487221ha.rinʔ-worn out, thin (from exhaustion)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487220ha.tuŋthigh (B)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.7.1Thigh0
487277hah-lift up endvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.16Holding0
487280hah.hmeʔupward-burning (of field)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.1Up0
487278hah.pənʔheat, (of sun's rays, wind), drynessn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.10Light or lack of light0
487279hah.rayheat, hot seasonn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2Negative Qualities0
485541hah.rayʔheatn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2Negative Qualities0
487230hak-be revealed tuber, divide into tubers (root); be worthwhile, available with search, get result from search, requestva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487232hak.ca.dənvery black, covered with blackonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
487260hal-evil or bad (esp. speech, description), unpleasant, call by bad nameva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.1Negative Qualities0
484827hal.məyŋnicknamen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487263hal.məyŋnicknamen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487261hal.ti noʔ-speak evilvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.1Talk, say0
487262halaleaf (sp.), young leaf of nyam.si, cooked with grain foodn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.3Leaves0
487266halh-press request, persistently ask for (esp. loan repayment)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.7.1Ask0
487264halʔspoor, footprints, trailn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
487265halʔ-leave spoor, trail or other signs of presencevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
487240hanbeer (made from corn mush, cooked, fermented, then mixed with water)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
483591han pan-serve out beer from potvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
486792han seʔ-mature (beer)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487241han.hanwrinkled, not lying flat, smoothonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2Negative Qualities0
487242hanʔ.thuk.luŋbristling (hair)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.1.4Bristle0
487243hapgrass (sp.), of lowlands, with cutting leavesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487244hap-call (sp.), sharp call of Jungle Catvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.13Beckon0
487245hap.si.laanimal (sp.), hyena? (<N hapsilo)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.3Associated Animal Terms0
487256harsputum, phlegmn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.3Spit/Saliva0
487257harʔ-active in doing, do much of (e.g. eating)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487273hasvomitn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.3.2Vomit0
487274has-vomitvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.3.2Vomit0
487275has-sling over shoulder (bag, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.8.2.2Special clothes and equipment0
487276has.gar-nauseated, feel sickvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
487235hatkin (<N hat hand?)nk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.1.1Hand0
487237hat-spit out solid, eject from mouth (seed, etc.); give voice (ext) (ch.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.3Spit/Saliva0
487236hat.naʔ.caʔtwo sistersnk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
487239hat.ʔa.pa.coŋfather and childrennk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.1Previous generation0
487238hat.ʔəbones? (<N haDə?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.3Bone0
487268haw.nəyvoice, speech, language, tunen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.5Sounds0
487269hawhbreath, breathing (noisy, laboured)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.2.2Breath/Breathe0
487270hawh lamʔ-pant, breathe heavilyvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.2.2Breath/Breathe0
486797hawh sek-have rasping breathvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
487271hawh sek-breathe with difficulty, have rasping breathvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.2.2Breath/Breathe0
487272hawh-wheeze, gasp, breathe with difficulty, be laboured (breathing)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.2.2Breath/Breathe0
487267hawə-refuse to relinquish or share, turn down request for, be unwilling to give or sharevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487250haya.bhayaʔenveloping (mist)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.2Planets/Meteorological objects/Sky0
487255hayh-shout, call out to drive off predatorvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.4.1Loud0
487253hayknet place - between trees or below forest canopy, cleared of obstructing branches, bushes to create a gap for hanging a netn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.5.4Workshop use/Equipment0
484148hayk phol-clear space for bat netvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
487254hayŋswellingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.2Swollen/Swell/Bloated0
487251hayʔ-do (gen.), act (in a particular manner)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.1To do/act0
487252hayʔ.kay-copulatevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9.1.1Bred0
487223haʔ-light (weight), be empty (house); easy (met.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.11.1Light0
487228haʔ.baŋleaf (sp.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.3Leaves0
487227haʔ.bəldo with little effortonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.1To do/act0
481255haʔ.cyokcatnap, brief spellnbt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
487226haʔ.cyokmoment, brief time (of sleep), catnapnt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.4Times of Day0
487225haʔ.goyʔplant (sp.) a yam, very light when cooked, variety of Dioscorea sagittatan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
487229haʔ.lamathin personadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
487364heemphaticexcl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.7Ejaculations0
487365he.dawʔ-flirt, play, joke, contest wits (esp. in song, with opposite sex)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487368he.lawʔ-flirt, play, contest (esp. in song)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.2.7.1Flirt, seduce0
487369m,m,1603he.le.waʔbird (sp.), Black or Bronzed Drongon.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
487366he.ray.ləsetting, reddening of sunonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
487367he.rimvery sharponom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
487375hek-wheezevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487376hek.ce.deŋflopping (of toad)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.6Reptiles and Amphibians0
487377hek.hekwheezingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487392m,m,2623hem.bayʔ.rusnake (sp.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.6Reptiles and Amphibians0
487391hem.bə.lanevil spirit (sp.)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
487394hemhwaist, side (below ribs)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.4.6Waist0
487393hemʔ-complete or finish work or actionvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487389hen.sarʔ-watch over carefullyvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6.9Watch0
487390hep-store safely together (in one place, under one cover)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487395herswelling (hernia?) of stomach, cyst (on bird's neck)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487396her.ʔəŋflattening (of setting sun)?onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
487397herʔ-look out for, watch for (esp. out of corner of eye or squinting), peer into distance, be attentive (<N hernu - look at?)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6.11Behold0
487399m,2484herʔ.nyamsunsetnt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.10Light or lack of light0
487400hes.teksatiatedonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.3.2Satiated/Full/Enough0
487378heŋ-break (cloud cover - considerably), open upvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487384heŋ.ce.deŋarrive in numbers (long lines) (ch.)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.1Inward0
487382heŋ.galʔsoot (of pots), potblackn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487383heŋ.gefrog (sp.), small whiten.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.6Reptiles and Amphibians0
487381heŋ.keʔ-hanging or working in rowsva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.5Hang0
487380heŋ.kəʔ-hang in line, line up in rows, work in rowvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487379heŋe-worn, threadbare, be thin (cloth) - with gaps visible between rows, parted (cloth threads), be in a straggling lineva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487386heŋh-work in line, work through systematically (esp. to flush game)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1Affect0
487388heŋheʔ-work in line, work through systematically (esp. to flush game)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1Affect0
487385heŋʔ-opened up, cleared slightly (cloud, rain), empty (container)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.1Weather and seasons0
487370heʔ-observe, watch warily (out of corner of eye), watch out forvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487374heʔ.kimvisible part of termite nestn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.1Sight0
487372m,682heʔ.mikcorner of eye, edge of visionn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
485355m,682heʔ.mik.ʔi yo-look out of corner of eyevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487373m,2535,mheʔ.ryəw.(məyʔ)evil watchers (e.g. rival shamans)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
487281higall bladder, bilen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.7.3.1Gall/Bile0
487286hi.(hi).way.(coʔ)very small (child, person)adjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
487283hi.ciwe two (idiolect)pn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.1Pronouns0
487287hi.hi.way.tovery small amountnm.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
487284hi.malsnow mountains, Himalayas (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.1Weather and seasons0
487285hi.saŋwood, esp. heartwoodn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
487282hi.ʔaŋ.gən.ʔivital fluid, life forcen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.2.1Life/Live/Alive0
487308hih-scream, squeal, call out (in distress)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.4.1Loud0
487292hik-cold, breath-catching (drink)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.3Temperature0
487293m,m,m,1603hik.lən.ʔi.waʔbird (sp.), Hair-crested Drongo (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
487294m,1603hik.waʔbird (sp.), Hair-crested Drongon.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
487303hilstrip worked across field and backn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
487304hil-avoid looking at, look down, turn away fromvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6.11Behold0
487305hiliʔ-well ripened, be soft (bananas), be easily removedva1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
487306hiliʔ-loose (tooth)va2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.13.1Tying0
487300hinʔ-softened or broken down (hard lumps) by crushing or chewing (food) or by beating; defeat, render helpless (met.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.2.1Compound0
487301hip-have smell (sp.), bad, pungent (of flower)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
487302hipi-catch breathva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.21Acquisitions0
487307his-turn back on, look awayvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.6Circularly0
487295hiŋ-get up, arise, set out for (arch., except as address to areal gods in song or chant)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487297hiŋ.guevil spirit (sp.)?nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
487298hiŋ.gu.toancestor (sp.), father of ʔugərʔto, husband of Sisyuŋnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487299hiŋh-be or go in lineva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
487296hiŋi-worn thin (cloth), parted (cloth threads)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
487288hiʔ-cause sickness or loss of visionv.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
487289hiʔ.diŋspirit (sp.) evil, afflicting personn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
487290hiʔ.diŋearly afternoonnt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.1Adverbial uses0
487291hiʔ.diŋ.roposition of sun as it begins to go down (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487830hla-hand over to, put before, offer to (esp. to a god)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487831hla.syasexually precocious personn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9.1.1Bred0
487867hlah-unpack, take out (to display), separate leaf-platesvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
487833hlakhalf(way)nl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.8Measure Words0
484221hlak ba.diŋhalfwaynl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.3Sideways0
487834hlak-recount, relate, tell (story, incident)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.3Declare0
487837hlak.ba.diŋhalfwaynl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.3Sideways0
487835hlak.cya.diŋhalfwaynl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.3Sideways0
487838hlak.ram.(ʔe)story, accountn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
485521hlak.ram.ʔestoryn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
485542hlak.rayʔaccount, talen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
487839hlak.rayʔinformationn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487836hlak.toy.lahalf-emptynl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.8Measure Words0
4878525397hlam-have taste (sp.), tangy, salty (not excessively)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
487847hlapslapping, lying flat ononom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.4Falsehood0
487848hlap-straighten (back, stick), flatten out (mat)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2Move an object0
487851hlap.(lawʔ)mat for sleeping onn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9.4Furnishings0
487850hlap.launstranded, untwisted rope (usu. just a strip of vine) - used as halter, etc.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
487849hlap.ʔi.tashuttern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9.3.2External0
487864hlas-appear in, assume different formvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487865hlas-call up a godvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.13Beckon0
487866hlasəʔ-displayvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.8Show0
487857hlawh-put out leaves or lay out on (leaves, mat, etc.) to keep cleanvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
487859hlawh.diŋearth, world; spirit of thisn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
487858hlawh.dəy.baŋearth, its surfacen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
487861hlawh.lay.baŋearth, worldn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
487862hlawh.lay.magoddess (sp.), earth mothernn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.1Previous generation0
487863hlawh.loʔleaves spread out (to put meat, etc. on)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487860hlawh.na.baŋearth, worldn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
487855hlaykladle, stick for stirring and servingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
487856hlayŋʔ-beat, punishvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
487853hlayʔformer time, olden timent.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
487854hlayʔ.diŋʔformer time, olden timent.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
487840hlaŋden, lair (of bear, panther, etc.), cavernn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
487841hlaŋcrack open (earth)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.7Cracks/Chasms/Crevices0
487842hlaŋ-fill back in (hole); buy back, redeem (ext.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.22Exchanges0
487844hlaŋ.tiʔwaterhole, filled by seepagen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
487843hlaŋ.ʔərushing up of windonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.1Up0
487846hlaŋh-fill up lack, relieve (hunger)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.11Digging, excavation0
487845hlaŋʔ-do, give on behalf of another, transfer to othervt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487832hlaʔ-displayed, put on view (goods, etc.), put out before (food, etc.), be put across gap (net)vat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
487908hle-turn back, open up (flap, lid, clothes, book, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
487909hle.ga.naysingle layer (cloth)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
487922hleh-seperate layers, unfold, remove a layervt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
487912hlek-slipperyva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
487919hles-change condition (for better), restore condition, release from (container, affliction or curse), put on weight (sick person, etc.); splinter off, separate from evil spirit, curse (ch.)vi1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487920hles-give voice, imitatevi2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.23Giving0
487915hlet-change one's position or course; go, step, move or dodge to one side; overtake; change (clothes)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487916hlet.naychange of clothes?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487917hlew-flap (leaves in wind, etc.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.9Manner is primary0
487918hleweʔ-flap, vibrate (in wind, etc.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.9Manner is primary0
487913hleŋ-recover slowlyvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
487914hleŋʔ-change or grow quickly, rapidlyvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.1Adverbial uses0
487911hleʔ-turn head to one side; look behind, over shouldervi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.6Circularly0
487910hleʔ.weŋ.kheʔsharply bent, floppy (as goat's ears)ao.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
487868hlilaugh much, hystericallyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.8.1Laugh/Smile0
487869hli-begin to open (buds)vi1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487880hlih-slip off, unwrap, take off (cloak, cloth wrap)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
487870hlik-strip off bark, strip clean (of bark, ties, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
487876hlimdisappear completely, submergeonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487871hlin.phittree (sp.), fairly small, with small green berries - bark used for ropen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
487874hlinh-leave bare (limb), pull off (leaves); (let) fall off (clothes), slip off clothesvit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.4Apart0
487872hlinʔ-slip down from (carried child from back, etc.), slip off (esp. clothes); entrust to (met.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487873hlinʔ.ti jaŋh-carry out perfectly, in accordance with wishesvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487875hlipi.tilying with eyes closed (small person)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.4Falsehood0
487878hlis-pulled or splintered off; come off (strip, nail of finger, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.4Apart0
487879hlisi-active, energetic, playful (child, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
487877hliwiʔ-blink, winkvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6.12Blink/Wink0
487923hlo-call on in passing, break journey, drop in on, stop on way, diverge from journey to meet someonevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487930hloh-cook many, plentifully (vegetables)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
487924hlok-send, send offvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2Move an object0
487926hlon-get rest from task, relief from painva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487927hlonʔ-displace, take place or character of (esp. parents, older sibling)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487928hlop-closed (container), blocked (passage, ear, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.6.2Close0
487929hlor.mufungus (sp.), flattish, rough, grows on dead treesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.7Fungi0
487925hlot-change mind, arrangement or wordsvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487881hluwide-eyed, pop-eyedonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6Eye0
487907hluh-tip out onto (esp. solids)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.1Up0
487882hluk-pour over, on (in quantity), sluice with watervt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480196m,m,631hluk.gam.(səyk)wisdom toothn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.3.3.1Discern0
487884m,m,631hluk.gam.(səyk)tooth (sp.), wisdom toothn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.4Tooth0
486496m,m,631hluk.gam.səykwisdom toothn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.3.3.1Discern0
481502hluk.ʔunʔ.jahiccoughsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.3.5Hiccup0
487883hluk.ʔunʔ.jahiccoughn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.3.5Hiccup0
487904hlup-slide on, slip onto (as hat on head), put on hatvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487906hlup.nayhatn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.8.2.1.1Head0
487905hlup.ʔakcontainer (sp.), sheath-like cover for small object (like a cover for spectacles), outer leaf sheath (of bamboo, banana)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.1.1Like0
4878851381hluŋheart; centre of feeling in bodyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
4847361381,mhluŋ bhewʔ-depressed, lifelessvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.5.2Sad0
4847721381,mhluŋ bhya-determined to finishvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
4845741381hluŋ bliŋ-capable, readyvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.2Positive Human Qualities0
4846051381,mhluŋ blyanʔ-give heartburn, indigestionvat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.23Giving0
4845601381,mhluŋ bləw-regurgitate, retch, gagvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.5.7Choke0
4844901381,mhluŋ braw-knowledgeableva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.2Positive Human Qualities0
4844811381,mhluŋ braŋhof one mind, like-mindedonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.10Mind0
4845211381,mhluŋ brek-pain (heart)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
4845291381,mhluŋ bres-remain frightened, be confused, not able to think straightvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.11Movement (general)0
484516hluŋ brum-warm (clothes, place, body, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.3Temperature0
4809511381hluŋ cak-unwilling, dourvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
4809961381,2670hluŋ ciʔ-know, understandvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.12.1Know, Believe0
4811561381,mhluŋ corʔ-jealous, hatevr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.1.2Dislike0
4811781381,2683hluŋ cyak-uncaringvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
4811831381,2683,2535,mhluŋ cyak.ryəw.məyʔhard-hearted onesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2Negative Qualities0
4831161381,m,mhluŋ dho.may-have peace of mind, be cheered, satisfiedvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
4830801381,mhluŋ dhuk-nauseatedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
4831611381,mhluŋ dhyut-bear grudge againstvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.3Ursine0
4831411381,mhluŋ dhyəw-mortified, humiliated, unable to speak (because of guilt, fear)vr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
4830151381,mhluŋ dhəŋ-become content, be settled in mind, be readyvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.8.3Neutral term0
482913hluŋ dot-try all shamans (unsuccessfully)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.1To do/act0
4829591381,mhluŋ dyanh-change mindvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
4829951381,mhluŋ dyok-apathetic, uninterested in anythingvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.11.2Tired0
4829991381,mhluŋ dyon-have heart pain, anginava.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
4829811381,mhluŋ dyum-resignedvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
4829861381,mhluŋ dyumʔ-at ease (mind)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
4829731381,mhluŋ dyuŋʔ-feel worried or disturbedvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
4801771381,mhluŋ gaʔ-want to flirtvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.14.3Desirable0
4803221381,mhluŋ ges-feel like teasing, flirting with someonevr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
4806881381,mhluŋ ghiʔ-aware, attentivevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.11.1Alert0
4807251381,mhluŋ ghyum-downcastvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3Psychological verbs0
4806491381,mhluŋ ghəmʔ-subdued, uncommunicative, sullenvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
4805971381,mhluŋ glyan-feel nauseated, regurgitatevri.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
4805491381,mhluŋ gləŋ-harden heartvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2Negative Qualities0
4804041381,m,mhluŋ gor.ʔebeloved, much lovedadj.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
4803551381,mhluŋ goŋʔ-have a lying heartva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
4804461381,1842hluŋ grəmh-bold, firm, stout-heartedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.3Neutral0
4802971381,mhluŋ gurh-restless, bored (with place)vr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.2Negative Human Qualities0
4801521381,mhluŋ gəmh-confusedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.11.3Thrilled, Dizzy0
487213hluŋ ha-hot in one's bodyva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
4872241381,mhluŋ haʔ-clear-minded, light-hearted, happy, relievedvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
4875651381,mhluŋ hmət-satisfied (previous longing), fulfilledvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.1.3Satisfied0
4815301381hluŋ jaŋ-do well, readily, willinglyvrt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.1To do/act0
4817221381,mhluŋ jhah-long for, wish for (esp. to see, visit)vr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1Ontological0
4818121381,mhluŋ jhyom-disappointedvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
4817741381,mhluŋ jhyəm-unsatisfied, unhappyvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.5.2Sad0
4816981381,mhluŋ jhəmh-satisfied (longing)vr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.1.3Satisfied0
4815531381,mhluŋ jik-distressed, sad, insulted, aggrieved, upsetvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.6.2Distress0
4814811381,mhluŋ jəy-without defects, pure, free from evil influence (ch.); be straightforward, direct (speaker)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
4794001381,mhluŋ keŋ-distracted, have divided mindva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3Psychological verbs0
4800751381,mhluŋ kho-resist temptationvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.5Fighting0
4799431381,mhluŋ khəʔ-feel loathingva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
4797911381,mhluŋ klaw-retch, be nauseated, bring up, regurgitatevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.3.2Vomit0
4798561381,mhluŋ klot-change mind, attitudevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
4798571381,m,m,m,mhluŋ klot.kay.ti noʔ-come to argumentvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.1Inward0
4798651381,mhluŋ kloyk-change attitude (to friend, etc.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
4797621381,mhluŋ kləm-dislike personvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.1.2Dislike0
4797641381,mhluŋ kləmh-cool off (anger)vr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.3Temperature0
4797721381,m,mhluŋ kləs.ʔəŋ-annoyed withvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.6.1Angry0
4797681381,mhluŋ kləyh-hard-heartedvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2Negative Qualities0
4797561381,mhluŋ kləŋh-remain angryvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.11Movement (general)0
4796011381,mhluŋ kray-pleased with eventsvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.1.1Like0
4797021381,mhluŋ kroŋ-bold, firmvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.3Neutral0
4797171381,mhluŋ krya-envious, jealousvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.2.6.2Envy0
4797251381,mhluŋ kryanh-awake to a needvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.4Wake/Conscious/Alert0
4795411381,mhluŋ krəm-stop with shock (heart)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.11Movement (general)0
4791191381,m,mhluŋ kəy.sə-bothered, upset, fed upvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.1Up0
4859941381,mhluŋ lay-concentrate on (esp. recalling)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
4861191381,mhluŋ le-awake, alertvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.4Wake/Conscious/Alert0
4860821381,mhluŋ lih-unhappy, sadvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.5.2Sad0
4860381381,mhluŋ liʔ-hard-heartedvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2Negative Qualities0
4862471381,mhluŋ lyawh-agreevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.4.1Agree0
4858441381,mhluŋ lə-envious, covetousvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.2.6.2Envy0
4849371381,mhluŋ mi-unhappyvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.5.2Sad0
485123hluŋ mraŋ-feel nauseated, have pain (in stomach)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
4851401381,mhluŋ mro-pleased, happy (with action), accept gesture, gift, explanation, etc.vr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.1.1Like0
4851501381,mhluŋ mrya-clear-mindedvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
4848331381,mhluŋ məlh-angry, indignantvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.6.1Angry0
4831851381,m,mhluŋ nə.rək-have lump in chest (with emotion or eating)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
4841131381,mhluŋ phe-die down (anger)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.6Die/Deathly0
4841241381,mhluŋ phenh-at oddsvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
4841081381,mhluŋ phus-ready to listen, pay attention, be ready to givevr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.8.3Neutral term0
4840901381,mhluŋ phuʔ-frank, blunt (in speech), boldvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
4839481381,mhluŋ pləw-feel nauseated, gag atva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
4839511381,mhluŋ pləwʔ-not communicativeva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
4839021381,mhluŋ prunh-gnaw (hunger pains)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.4.4Bite/Hold in Mouth0
4838511381,mhluŋ prəp-cheerful, in good spirits, unafraidvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.2Positive Human Qualities0
4835031381,mhluŋ pək-weaken (heart - after high fever)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
4856961381,mhluŋ res-reminiscevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
4856811381,mhluŋ reŋ-have new or different attitude, see in different lightvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.7.1Unique/important/special0
4855661381,mhluŋ ri-flutter, palpitate (heart)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.5Medium Primary (e.g. air)0
4855951381,mhluŋ riŋh-trembling (usually with fear)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
4857101381,mhluŋ ro-happy (doing something)vr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.5.1Happy0
4857391381,mhluŋ ron-prepared (mentally) to govr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.14Construction0
4857561381,mhluŋ ros-desire, covetvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.14.3Desirable0
4856521381,mhluŋ ruyk-want to go with, eagerly anticipate going, look forward tovr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
4856301381,mhluŋ ruʔ-worried, concerned, anxiousvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.7.2Negative (e.g. dread)0
4857661381,mhluŋ rya-want to govr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.14.3Desirable0
4857951381,mhluŋ ryanʔ-concerned, be thinking aboutvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.9.2Worry0
4857911381,mhluŋ ryaŋʔ-anxious, concernedvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.7.2Negative (e.g. dread)0
4858311381,mhluŋ ryon-consider matter (for decision)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.13.1Think0
4858121381,mhluŋ ryum-humbled, shamed sorryvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.2Negative Human Qualities0
4854601381,mhluŋ rəs-remain angryvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.11Movement (general)0
4865261381,mhluŋ sa-feel miserablevr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
4865721381,mhluŋ sak-preoccupy, irritatevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
4865771381,m,mhluŋ sak.ʔayʔ-desire to begin speakingvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.14.3Desirable0
4866121381,mhluŋ sayk-willing to give, generousvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.8.1Willing0
4867931381,mhluŋ seʔ-happy, satisfiedvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.5.1Happy0
486880hluŋ sorʔ-cease, leave off (good work)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
4868881381,mhluŋ sos-mull over, brood overvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.1Up0
4871061381,mhluŋ sram-afraidvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.1Emotive0
4871121381,mhluŋ sraw-beat with fright, shock (heart)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
4869501381,mhluŋ syaŋ-refreshed, satisfied, contentvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3Psychological verbs0
4865101381,mhluŋ sərh-non-agressive, easy-goingvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.6.2Negative0
4819171381,mhluŋ taŋh-mature mindedvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
4821371381,mhluŋ tet-have a moving experiencevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
4825091381,mhluŋ thoŋ-generous, goodva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.2Positive Human Qualities0
482036hluŋ timʔ-satiate, cloy appetitevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.3Hungry0
4822591381,mhluŋ tol-covetous, (ambitious?)vr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.14.2Avarice0
482243hluŋ toyk-breathless, in stitches (with laughing)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
4818501381,mhluŋ təyk-have heartburnva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
4852701381,mhluŋ yawʔ-reveal feelingsvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
4853991381,mhluŋ yoyʔ-happy withvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.5.1Happy0
4853241381,mhluŋ yum-self-effacingvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.1Pronouns0
4807991381,m,m,mhluŋ ŋah.to noʔ-speak with knowledgevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.1Talk, say0
4807961381,6172hluŋ ŋas-crave forvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1Ontological0
4808881381,mhluŋ ŋryaʔ-agree, be similar (ideas, speech), free with, fluentva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.4.1Agree0
4807451381,mhluŋ ŋənəʔ-ready, be willing to work, begin to movevr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
4788731381,mhluŋ ʔayh-generousvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.2Positive Human Qualities0
4789971381,mhluŋ ʔemheʔ-palpitate (heart)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
4790351381,mhluŋ ʔoŋh-agreeablevr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.4.1Agree0
478749hluŋ ʔəpəʔ-feel hot, breathlessvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
478738hluŋ ʔəŋ.kəʔ-hot (stomach or body - after drinking hot liquid)vat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
478744hluŋ ʔəŋhəʔ-hot, sweating (with sickness)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487894hluŋ.(koʔ ro) seh-demanding, thirstyva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.3.1Thirsty0
486822hluŋ.(koʔ.ro) seh-demanding, thirstyva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.3.1Thirsty0
4798761381,m,mhluŋ.(tuk) klyay-agreevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.4.1Agree0
4793181381hluŋ.(tuk) kuʔ-test someone's reactions, attitudesvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
4879021381,mhluŋ.baŋstone erected on grave, over the heartn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.9Rocks and minerals0
4878961381,m,m,mhluŋ.go.re.coʔmuch desired, loved child; only child (ext.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
4866041381,m,mhluŋ.haŋʔ sayʔ-wondervr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.9.1Surprised0
4867831381,m,mhluŋ.haŋʔ se-remembervt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.16.1Forget0
4820971381,m,mhluŋ.haŋʔ tum-know about (someone)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.12.1Know, Believe0
4878951381,m,mhluŋ.haŋʔ tum-know about (someone)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.12.1Know, Believe0
4823321381,m,mhluŋ.haŋʔ tyumh-mull overvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.1Up0
4863711381,m,mhluŋ.haŋʔ wayk-keep in mindva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.18Possession0
487897hluŋ.jeʔ.cə.rainsect (sp.), Stick-insectn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
4878901381,m,mhluŋ.koʔ rocentre of feeling, desiren.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.5Amid0
4878921381,m,m,mhluŋ.koʔ ro giʔ-unafraid, boldvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.3Neutral0
4851511381,m,m,mhluŋ.koʔ ro mrya-happy to talk, talkativevr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.5.1Happy0
4878931381,m,m,mhluŋ.koʔ ro thumh-recover from sadnessvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
4790581381,m,m,mhluŋ.koʔ ro ʔor-talkative, excitedvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.2Garrulosity, verbosity0
4878911381,m,m,mhluŋ.koʔ ro ʔor-talkative, excitedvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.2Garrulosity, verbosity0
4802571381,m,m,mhluŋ.koʔ.ro giʔ-unafraid, boldvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.3Neutral0
4824791381,m,m,mhluŋ.koʔ.ro thumh-recover from sadnessvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
487901hluŋ.poplungsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.7.2Lung0
4879031381,mhluŋ.ruʔconcern, worryn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.9.2Worry0
4820651381,mhluŋ.tukmind, centre of emotion, thoughtsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.10Mind0
4878981381,mhluŋ.tukmind, centre of emotion, thoughtsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.10Mind0
4809621381,m,mhluŋ.tuk cap-restrain oneselfvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
4811411381,m,mhluŋ.tuk cok-mature minded, boldva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
4830001381,m,mhluŋ.tuk dyon-subside (anger)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1Affect0
4817601381,m,mhluŋ.tuk jhel-clear-minded, have feeling of well-beingvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
480935hluŋ.tuk kuʔ.ti cəwʔ-question to ascertain correctnessvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.7.1Ask0
4853571381hluŋ.tuk kuʔ.ti yo-test reactionvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
4795211381,m,mhluŋ.tuk kyu-gain confidencevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.21Acquisitions0
4878991381,m,mhluŋ.tuk kyu-gain confidencevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.21Acquisitions0
4859491381,m,mhluŋ.tuk laŋ-weigh up in mindva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.8Measure Words0
4840621381,m,mhluŋ.tuk phalh-revive previous angervi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.4Wake/Conscious/Alert0
4837601381,m,mhluŋ.tuk pok-muse, daydreamvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.13Think/plan0
4853561381hluŋ.tuk yo-find out opinionvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.21Acquisitions0
4879001381hluŋ.tuk yo-test reaction, try out someonevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
4807821381,m,mhluŋ.tuk ŋayʔ-satisfyvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.1.3Satisfied0
4867981381,m,mhluŋ.ʔi sek-understand, take in (other's words, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
4878891381,m,mhluŋ.ʔi sek-understand, take in (other's words, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
4788821381,m,mhluŋ.ʔi ʔalʔ-be enticed, forget oneselfvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
4878881381,m,mhluŋ.ʔi ʔalʔ-be enticed, forget oneselfvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
487941hlya.pa.tyalying with eyes closedonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.4Falsehood0
487942hlyak-split (branch) at fork, break off at weak pointvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
487944629hlyak-lick (B)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.3.1Lick0
487948hlyamchopping of fleshonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
487949hlyamʔ-insert (obsc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
487946hlyaptipping outonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2Spatial terms0
487947hlyap-slap mud on walls?vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
487950hlyarnoise of hard boilingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.3Hear0
487951hlyar-give low growl (panther), be rough (voice)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.23Giving0
487954hlyasbamboo shoot (underground part)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.1Names of trees and shrubs0
487952hlyawʔ-twitch (flesh)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.3Awkwardly, Irregularly, Abruptly0
487945hlyaŋ-husked, cleaned (pounded grain) (partly)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
487974hlyoh-putrid, festeringva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.5Smell0
487966hlyok-bubble, boil noisily, garglevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
487969hlyop-slap with object, fall in large drops (rain)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487970hlyopo.tyopale, ashen-facedonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
485034hlyor.muhfungus (sp.), tree-living, reddish-white, conicaln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
487972hlyor.muhfungus (sp.), spherical, reddish, edible type, growing on dead treesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.7Fungi0
487968hlyot-blister, scald skin, fleshvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.5.3Skin Blemish/Freckle0
487971hlyoy-crippledva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.2.7Challenged0
487967hlyoŋ-recover, be healedvai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
487964hlyoʔ-soft (meat, etc., after much cooking)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
487965m,m,1455hlyoʔ.beʔ.ŋaʔfish (sp.), clings to underside of rocks, Pseudecheneis sulcatusn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487955hlyu-peel off (skin), lift off roof thatch, take down netsvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.4Apart0
487956hlyu.tuk-spill outvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6Verbs requiring liquids0
487957hlyuk-fly off, slip off (head of tool)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.4Apart0
487962hlyumretreat, withdraw inonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.2Outward0
487963hlyum-bury itself (arrowhead, etc.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.11Digging, excavation0
487959hlyunold or cast skin; scurfn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.8.3Neutral term0
487960hlyun-peel off (clothes, skin of snake, etc.), undressvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
487961hlyun.jagreen algae found in watern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
487958hlyut-strip off (skin)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
487938hlyəw-toss, shake in windvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.12Throwing0
487939hlyəwəʔ-jump about in trees (monkeys, etc.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.8Downward0
487940hlyəwʔ-dead, decayedvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.6Die/Deathly0
487934hlyəydo covertly, furtively, secretly (laughing, flirting, etc.)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.1To do/act0
487935hlyəy-look sidewaysvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6.11Behold0
487936hlyəy-have smell (sp.), bad (as of raw bird meat)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
487937hlyəy.ʔotree (sp.), a palm (gen.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
487931hlyəŋ-tip out, pour out somevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2Spatial terms0
487932hlyəŋ.kə-stir up, be disturbed (sediment, when pouring)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
487933hlyəŋ.kər-be (large) waves, slop around (water)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
487798hlə-lifted open (flap, skin, eyelids, etc.)vat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
487827hləh-desire, have longing (esp. for opposite sex)vr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.14.3Desirable0
487800hləkpartly done, cooked partlyadj.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
487802hlək.ʔər-surge, toss about (river, stones in river)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
487801hləkə-splash, slop, slosh (inside container, stomach)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6Verbs requiring liquids0
487814hləm.(hlam)enter, pass over rapidlyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.1Inward0
487808hlən-surmount, reach or be at top; be short (upper lip)vat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
487809hlənʔ-stand on top of(to reach up)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487810611hləp-sweatvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.1Sweat/Perspire0
487811hləp.(bəŋ)entering quicklyao.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.1Inward0
487812611,m,mhləp.(rə.tiʔ)sweatn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.1Sweat/Perspire0
487813hləp.baŋstone exuding or showing moisturen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.9Rocks and minerals0
487824hlər-buzz, vibrate noisily (drum with crack or defect)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.3Hear0
487826hləs-slip off or over top (halter, hat, etc.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.3Awkwardly, Irregularly, Abruptly0
487807hlət-reach summit and go over, pass over summit, slip off topvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.2.1Comb/Crest0
487825hləwʔ-unsatisfied (with orders, etc.), act in contrary or unacceptable manner, be annoyedvri.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487815hləypounding stick, pestle (WD)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
487816m,3554hləy.werhail, very heavyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.1Weather and seasons0
487821hləyŋsatisfied (hunger)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.1.3Satisfied0
487823hləyŋh-sigh, exhale (esp. with sadness, fear)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.5Sounds0
487822hləyŋʔ-beat, punishvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
4878173582hləyʔ-climb ladder, use notched pole, ladder or stairsvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.4Instruments and therapies0
487818hləyʔ-instruct (esp. by ancestors)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.19Social action0
4866963582,2658hləyʔ.siŋʔladder (notched tree trunk)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.4Instruments and therapies0
4878193582,2658hləyʔ.siŋʔnotched pole, laddern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.2Carve, shave0
487805hləŋ.gay-shake, sway, wobble, bend much (at tops - as trees in wind)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
487804hləŋ.kə-swill container, slop out (liquid)vit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.6.3Juices, beers, etc.0
487803hləŋəʔ-shake, sway, wobble, bend considerably (at tops - as trees in wind)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
487806hləŋʔ-snap or cut off tops (of vegetables, etc.), bend sharply, hurt back of neckvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487592hmanh-partly used, no longer newva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
487591hmanʔ-thick, stiff at topva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
487595hmarwhirringonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487596hmarʔ-fractured, be (slightly) broken (stick, stem, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
487597hmas-purify, clear, purge (with smoke, fire), finish smokingvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
487598hmasə-purify, clear, purge (with smoke, fire), finish smokingvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
487590hmat-(almost) disappear, become nearly extinctvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487594hmayk-stoke, build up fire (to boil water)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.1Verbs pertaining to fire0
487593hmayʔ-flattened, blown over (crops)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
487584hmaŋcorpsen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.6.1Carcass/Dead Body0
487585hmaŋ-waken, arouse someone (from sleep)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.4Wake/Conscious/Alert0
486016m,1016hmaŋ.lahbowl-shaped moon (bad omen)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
487588m,1016hmaŋ.lahcrescent moon (esp. when like an upright bowl - an omen of death)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.1.1Like0
487587hmaŋ.royellowing at deathn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
485627hmaŋ.ruʔfresh poisonn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
487586hmaŋ.ruʔfish poison - fresh, potentn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.5Fish and Mollusks0
487589hmaŋʔstriking of a blow with a heavy stick (to temple, side of head - of large animal, as when killing a pig)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487583hmaʔ-dead, useless (used for curse)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.7.1Use0
487609hmeʔfiren.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
485006hmeʔ mut-(re)start fire, kindle fire (by blowing)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
485550hmeʔ raw-on fire (forest)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
48659531,1018hmeʔ sat-put out, extinguish, quench firevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
487610hmeʔ-forgetvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.16.1Forget0
487614hmeʔ.cisparkn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
487619hmeʔ.dyunʔbacklog of fire, large burning piece of woodn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480606hmeʔ.glyumcharcoal, coalsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.4Elements, metals, alloys0
487612hmeʔ.glyumcharcoaln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.4Elements, metals, alloys0
487613hmeʔ.glyum.sayʔplant (sp.), shrub with pink flowers Melastoma normalen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
480545hmeʔ.gryomʔash, soft blackn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
487624hmeʔ.hyomʔcharred remainsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
487682hmeʔ.hyomʔburnt rubbish (esp. grass)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.1Verbs pertaining to fire0
487615hmeʔ.jeʔ.raw.rə.diŋspirit (sp.), of underworld firenn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
487616hmeʔ.jeʔ.sa.hi.(diŋ)spirit (sp.), of firenn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
4793152136,2361hmeʔ.kuʔsmoken.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
4876112136,2361hmeʔ.kuʔsmoken.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
484761hmeʔ.kuʔ bhoy-very smokyva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
487623hmeʔ.lyuŋflamesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
484762hmeʔ.lyuŋ bhoy-flame up (fire)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
487620hmeʔ.mutashesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
487622hmeʔ.riŋsoot (esp. hanging soot)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.5Hang0
481928hmeʔ.tapfireplacen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.5.5Tools pertaining to fire0
487617hmeʔ.tap/thapfireplacen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.5.5Tools pertaining to fire0
487618hmeʔ.te.paŋevil spirits connected with firenn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
485331hmeʔ.yurcoals (small)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.4Elements, metals, alloys0
487621hmeʔ.yurembers, small coalsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
487600hmirʔ-die down, be little (wind)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.6Die/Deathly0
487599hmit-disappear, become extinct, fade (colours) (completely)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487943hmo.toŋ hlyak-scoldvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.1Scold0
487989hmo.toŋ hwanʔ-sharp-tonguedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.2Carve, shave0
479872687,822,mhmo.toŋ klyak-talk hot air, shoot one's mouth offvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.1Talk, say0
483580hmo.toŋ paŋʔ.kay-signal to keep quietvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
485551hmo.toŋ raw-speak badlyva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.10.1Talk, say0
479065hmo.toŋ ʔos.tok.roŋdepressed, defeatedonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.5.2Sad0
480940687,822,mhmo.toŋ.camouth soresn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.1Mouth0
487625hmo.təykcompletely relaxed, sleepyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487628hmok-spill, tip out over or on (solids)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.1Up0
487633hmorʔ-beginning to break, fracture (stick, stem, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487631hmoykenchantment, spelln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
487632hmoyk-put under spell (esp. put to sleep by spell)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
487630hmoyʔ-bent over slightly (crops, by wind, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
487629hmoŋʔstriking with heavy stick (on temple, back of neck)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487626687,822hmoʔ.toŋmouth, opening, entrance, wide endn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.1Mouth0
487627hmoʔ.toŋ jaŋh-face in certain directionvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.5Face0
487636hmruk-sleep soundlyvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.4.1Sleep/Be asleep0
487601hmuk-wise, knowledgeable, self-sufficient (in knowledge, skills), not listening to or swayed by othersva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487604hmup-attack or take advantage of sick person (evil spirit)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.5Fighting0
487605hmup.lanevil spirit (sp.), which attacks sick personnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
487608hmus-have smell (sp.), bad (esp. of burnt food)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
487603hmut-damp, wet (soil) (ch.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6Verbs requiring liquids0
487606hmuykenchantment, spelln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
487607hmuyk-put under spell (esp. put to sleep by spell)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
487602hmuŋh-concentrate on (action), be undistracted, do well, thoroughlyva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
487634hmyaŋ-willing, ready, eager to do (major) task, energeticvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.8.1Willing0
487635hmyuŋ-willing, ready, eager to do (smaller task)vr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.8.1Willing0
487559hmə.təykfall deeply, soundly (asleep)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.4.2Fall0
487560hməksmell, wafting odourn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.8.5Smell0
487562hmək.hməkwafting (pleasant odour)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.1.1Like0
487561hməkə hməy.lən.ʔismellingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.8.5Smell0
487566hmənʔ-thin, bending at base (bamboo)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
487567hmənʔ.yə-thin, bending at base (bamboo)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
487568hməp-attack, take advantage of (sick person by evil spirit - making him worse, unable to speak)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487569hməp.lanevil spirit (sp.), which attacks sick personnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.15Awe0
4875761420hmərsmell (sp.) associated with fertility of fieldadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487577hmər-think, think about; (with Negative - not like)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.13.1Think0
487579hmər.dhaŋ-feel urge (to urinate, defecate)vr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
481779hmər.jhyaŋthoughtsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487580hmərʔ-fractured, be nearly broken (stick, stem, limb, etc.)vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
487581hməssmell (sp.), bad (of burnt food, pawpaw, etc.)adjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.8.5Smell0
487582hməs-burnt (grain food)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.1Verbs pertaining to fire0
487564hmət-soaking wet, seeping, moist, blurred (with moisture), stainedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6Verbs requiring liquids0
4875701420hməy(ə)-have smell, taste (sp.), a good lingering taste (of nuts, oil, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.5.8Eat/Devour0
487572hməykenchantment, spelln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
487573hməyk-put under spell (esp. put to sleep by spell)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
4875741420hməyŋ-have smell (sp.), pleasantly sweet (as of tobacco, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
487575hməyŋ.hməyŋsweet, pleasant smellingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.4Taste0
487571hməyʔ-wipe out, erase, fade, lose (sad memory with passing time)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
487563hməŋ.hməŋwafting (pleasant odour)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.1.1Like0
487512hnapsleeping place, beddingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.4.1Sleep/Be asleep0
487513hnap-lay mat (for sleeping, sitting), prepare sleeping placevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.4.1Sleep/Be asleep0
487515hnap.(ma).loʔleaf for resting drum on during ceremonyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1Ontological0
487516hnap.lawʔsleeping matn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.4.1Sleep/Be asleep0
487514hnap.naycloth for bedn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
487521hnawʔ.roplant (sp.), with bitter leaves Mugwort or Wormwoodn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
487517hnay-weed standing rice (ch.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.7Fungi0
487519hnayŋsoundly sleepingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
487520hnayŋ.hnayŋimpressiveonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.7.1Unique/important/special0
487518hnayʔ-grow well (corn)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
487510hnaŋ-more, greater; exceed, increase, wind on (thread)vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
487511hnaŋh-show, give as surety (for loan)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.8Show0
487528hnekwrist; dip in saddle of pass, small hillocks beside a passn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487529hnek-have dip, saddle or undulation (esp. in ridge), have sharp bendva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
487532hnel-shrink, compact, decrease amount (with drying up, dying)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487531hnep-be r neatly fitted together, be bound closely (bundles of brush for walls, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
487533hnew-have large dip or saddle, be slightly bent, curved, gently rolling (terrain)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
487530hneŋʔ-knock over accidentally, jostle, shove, push (crowd)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
487522hni.(diŋ)daytiment.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.3Days0
487523hni.beleʔfull loadonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.3.2Satiated/Full/Enough0
487524hnik-have smell, taste (sp.) (that of good milk, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
487527hnilh-soundly (asleep), concentratedly (perform action), be not responding to disturbancesva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
478985hnilh.ti ʔenʔ-fall fast asleepvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.4.2Fall0
487526hnimh-sated, be satisfied (hunger) with eatingvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.3.2Satiated/Full/Enough0
487525hnit.cyəwunresponsive, dazed personadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
487534hno-bruised, blackened, sore (muscles), have blood-blisterva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.5.4Blistered0
487536hnok-sprain or twist joint, put joint out of linevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.8Joint0
487537hnok.rə.laplant (sp.), a vine, edible leaves, tuber, used for putting on sprainsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
487540hnorʔsmell (sp.) of newborn childadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.8.5Smell0
487538hnoyʔ-flex or swing hips (as when dancing)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.5.3WH words0
487539hnoyʔ.ti lənh-grow well (plants)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
487535hnoʔ-chop or fell (very large) treevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
487550hnyamʔ-available, unoccupied, free for other work (person), other contents (container) or other use (tool)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
487549hnyapsuccessfulonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487551hnyarʔ-thriving, flourishing well, sturdy (crops, person, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
487548hnyaʔ-cook or do amply (esp. cooking beer mash)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
487552hnye-forget (B)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.16.1Forget0
487553hnyok.ʔorʔ-warble, sing with vibrato, sing sweetlyvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
487554hnyonʔ-suckle well (of child)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.2.1Suck/Suckle0
487558hnyorʔ-flourishing, thriving (crops, person)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
487555hnyoy-have smell (sp.), sweetish - as of certain types of bananasva1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487556hnyoy-slow of speech, inarticulateva2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.1Negative Qualities0
487557hnyoyʔ-mature, seasoned, workable, tough, be not completely dried out (bamboo strips, timber)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487541hnyəksaddle, dip, small hillocks beside passn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.14Husbandry0
487542hnyək-have dip, saddle, undulation (esp. in ridge), have sharp bendva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
487546hnyəwʔ-have gentle dip, saddle, be somewhat bentva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
487547hnyəwʔ.ti ryaʔ-cry continually, (or on and off?)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.2.1Compound0
487543hnyəy-matted, flattened in criss-cross fashion (as corn, etc. with wind)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
487545hnyəyŋ-matted, flattened in criss-cross fashion (as corn, etc. with wind)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
487544hnyəyʔ-cross-legged (when sitting), with one leg on top of otherva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487501hnə.rə.rərushing away of windonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487505hnəm-tilted, leaningva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
487503hnəp-push over, cause to topple (flat to the ground)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487504hnəp.lay.maprotector? (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
487509hnərh-concentrate on action, not be distractedvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
487506hnəy.ʔa hnu.tuŋcalling of bird (ch.)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.13Beckon0
487508hnəyŋsoundly sleepingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
487507hnəyʔ-slightly bentva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
487502hnəʔ-chop, fell tree (large)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
487401ho-flow, stream, run (liquid)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.3Water and other liquids0
487407ho.bo.yəpwell cooked, softonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
487408ho.bor-soft, dull soundingva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
487403ho.dawʔ-loosely attachedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.8.3Neutral term0
487404ho.dok-drag, pull alongva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.10Move with something else0
487405ho.dyo.rok-loose (stool)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.13.1Tying0
487410ho.hloptemple (of head), fontanellen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.5.1Forehead/Temples0
487406ho.pho.roʔloosely packedonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.8.3Neutral term0
487402ho.thyok-loosely attachedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.8.3Neutral term0
487409ho.yokcease (breathing)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487456hoh-come loose, slip off (head of tool, etc.)vi1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.1Inward0
487457hoh-call (sp.), bark of Barking Deervi2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.11.1Bark (of dog)0
487458m,m,34hoh.raŋ.syaʔBarking Deer (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.11.1Bark (of dog)0
487415hok.rə-belch, bellow (cattle)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.3.4Belch/Burp0
487414hok.ʔarʔ-surround and drive into ambushvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2Move an object0
487413hokoʔ-encircle, enclose or trap (with nets), catch fish by enclosing with circle of netsvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487446hol-extend over area, be spread out, wide in extent (field, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487449hol.yo-not firm, not rigid, be flexible, loose (head of tool, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
487450hol.yoŋsporadic falling rain?onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.8Downward0
487451hol.yoŋ-not firm or rigid, be flexible, be loose (head of tool, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
487452holh-have hole, become holevai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.7Cracks/Chasms/Crevices0
487447holoploughshare (wooden) (<N həllo)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
480392holo.goyʔvariety of forest yamn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
487448holo.goyʔtuber (sp.), a yam, wild variety of Dioscorea sagittatan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
487426hom-persuade (attempt to), promise (in order to persuade)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480391hom.goyʔtuber of forest yam (first year)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
487430hom.goyʔtuber of yam - first year's growth from seedn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487429hom.kay-agree togethervi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.4.1Agree0
484914hom.manʔvery soft type of bark, used for stringn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
487431hom.manʔbark (sp.) of small manʔ.si tree - very softn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.11.1Bark (of dog)0
487428homoʔ-soft, givingva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
487427homʔ-pressed into, indentedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487432homʔ-pressed into, indent, make impression, push through (soft soil, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487422hon.cheŋlight, lift easilyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.11.1Light0
487424hon.ta.laŋall over (head)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
487423hon.təsubstitute, replacement, exchange, in place ofn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487425hopo.to.li hop.cokpregnant womanadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.9.6.1Pregnant0
487440hor.dyo.rok-have slight diarrhoeavi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
487441hor.dyoptree (sp.), cliff living - used for hard gum (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
487443horhgenealogy, line of descent, clann1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
487444horhintestinal ailmentn2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.7.7.3Constipated0
487445horh-pierce, make hole right throughvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.2Carve, shave0
487438horo-improperly cooked (grain), neither hard nor soft, (through lack of sufficient water when cooking)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
487439horoʔ-lumpy, not floury (tuber)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
487442horʔ-soft, not dry (tuber)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
487453hos-scrape off (bark, etc.) with bladevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.3Friction0
487454hos-call, recite name of ancestors (ch.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.13Beckon0
487455hos.hosbe poor flavour (tobacco)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
487437hoy.lopflopping about (of elephant's trunk)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
487435hoy.ʔafriend, companionn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.4.2Clans and neighbors0
487436hoy.ʔofriend, companionn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.4.2Clans and neighbors0
487433hoyo-improperly cooked (grain), be hard, separate (of grains) (because of insufficient water when cooking)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487434hoyo.bhoyoʔenveloping (mist)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.2Planets/Meteorological objects/Sky0
487416hoŋ-open up considerably, be gap, opening, break somewhat (clouds)vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.6.1Open0
487417hoŋ.gu.ri.yaanimal, large male of cat familyn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.3Associated Animal Terms0
487418hoŋ.raybird (sp.), Indian Hornbilln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
487419hoŋh-thin (cloud)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
487421hoŋh.rokrunnel, channel washed out in fieldn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.5.2Wash (v.i./v.t.)0
487420hoŋhoʔ-hot (somewhat)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487411hoʔ-hold out hands (to receive), stretch out cloth (skirt or clothes - to receive poured grain, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.21Acquisitions0
487717hrah-sever, lop, chop offvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
487718hrah.damʔ.phabare (plant, trees)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.8.3Neutral term0
487707hram-graze, browse (animals)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.3Associated Animal Terms0
487709hramh-knock off, trim (leaves, etc. for fodder), trim ends (of hair, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
487708hramʔ-herd, graze animalsvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.2Bovine0
487706hranh-shake out, off or around; flap (cloth, sore hand), sprinklevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.9Manner is primary0
487715hras-spread out to dry (grain)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487716hrasəʔ-spread out to dry (grain)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487705hrat-scrape off (thorns, etc. from branch)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.3Friction0
487710hrawʔ-forebode, portend ill fortune, be ill omenvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
487711hrawʔ-mournful, weeping, gloomyvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.8.2Cry/Weep0
487712hrawʔ.jeʔgloomy, useless personn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.1Negative Qualities0
487714hrawʔ.ladummy noose of deer trap - used when trap is first setn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.14Husbandry0
487713hrawʔ.nayshroud, ill-fated clothesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
487703hraŋ.ka hrəŋ.kərough (track), fragmented (rock)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
487704hraŋh-restless, always activeva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.2Negative Human Qualities0
487732hre-scratch at soil, search (for food) by scratching (hen, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.5.5Itch/Scratch0
487740hreh-have good taste, smell (sp.), be tasty, pleasant (meat, curry)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.5.8Eat/Devour0
487733hreksavoury food, smell of thisadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.3.2Demonstrators0
487734hrek-have smell (sp.) (savoury)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
487736hren-ruffle, lift up (thatch, etc.), knock askew, awryvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.4Position - front/back/side-side0
487737hrenh-quick (esp. of speech), not slow-moving, fast, fit, in prime, clever,va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
487738hrep-be an impression or print (in soil, etc.), sink, fall inva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487739hres-scattered around, be untidy, dirty (with small rubbish)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.3Wide separation - Scatter0
487735hret-sweep away rubbishvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.5.3Sweep0
487726hrih-attack, brandish, wield (weapon), take swing (with axe, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.5Fighting0
487719hrikiʔ-move back and forth, bend back and forth (to break)vit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.8Directions0
487720hrikiʔ.larope strung back and forth across valley (to stop the Serpent god), or from stick to stick around shrinen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487723hrimthreadn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.6Textile0
487724hrim.jhimdarkonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
487725hrim.pənʔ-cut up tree or small branchesvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
487721hriŋ.hriŋ hryaŋ.hryaŋclatter of falling stonesonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.8Downward0
487722hriŋh.hriŋh hri.hrijingle (bangles), clinkonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.3Sounds0
4877411784hrok-snorevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.2.2Snore0
486562hrok.saʔsoil (sp.), whitish, mixed with flaky rockn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
487743hrok.saʔsoil (sp.), white or yellowish, mixed with a flaky type of rock (from which it is formed)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480860hrok.ŋolinsect (sp.), Hornet, makes hole in treesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
487742hrok.ŋolinsect (sp.), wasp or hornet, makes hole in treen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
487748hros-scattered (large rubbish), untidyva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.3Wide separation - Scatter0
487746hroŋhtrack, rocky and rough path, gully trackn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2Move an object0
487747hroŋh-spear, stab, impale, thrust, pound with stick (in container); throb (ext.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487727hru-shift, shake (ch.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.3Awkwardly, Irregularly, Abruptly0
487728hrunuʔ-shake object, cause to vibratevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.9Manner is primary0
487729234hrusbone; hard matter in animal, treen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.3Bone0
487731232,756hrus.paphard wing covers of beetlen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2Negative Qualities0
487755hryauseless item (leaf, etc.) because full of holesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.7.1Use0
487756hrya-no longer intact; be old, full of holes (leaf, mat, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.6.2Negative0
487758hrya.ba hryu.budecayingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487757hrya.ga.baŋrock without soiln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.9Rocks and minerals0
487765hryamtirednessn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487766hryampointed, curved (horn)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.2Move an object0
487767hryam-tired, fatiguedvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.2Negative Human Qualities0
487768hryamh-exhausted, very fatiguedvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
481501hryamh.jatirednessn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487769hryamh.jaʔtiredness, weariness; power, influence of thisn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.3.2Demonstrators0
487763hryan-shift, stir about, shuffle (flat lying objects, frying food)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.3Awkwardly, Irregularly, Abruptly0
487764hryap-cut and upturn scrub at field edge (to protect from predators)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487770hryassmartly (go)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.2Outward0
487771hryas.cakstanding upright (smartly)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.2Foot0
487761hryatorphan, poor, destitute personn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2.2Negative Human Qualities0
4877626131hryat-jag, catch, snag, pull at or out, scratch (thorn)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.21Acquisitions0
487760hryaŋ. hryaŋ hryoŋ. hryoŋsweeping outonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.5.3Sweep0
487759hryaʔ-withdraw, pull out, reduce (from centre - esp. sticks from fire), lessenvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487782hryo-decayed, disintegrated, no longer completely intactva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487797hryoh-disintegrate, fall to pieces (with age and rot, decay), lose strengthvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487783hryok-completely withered, disintegrated, broken up (with age and dryness - as previous season's yam vines), be gone; be dead (met.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
487791hryomʔsoftened, not crunchyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
487792hryomʔ-abandoned, ruinedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.2Intentional loss - Abandon0
487788hryon-ruffle, unsettle, fluff up, knock out of positionvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.1Up0
487789hryonh-ruffle, unsettle, fluff up, knock out of positionvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.1Up0
487790hryop-crush (egg, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487794hryos-scatter around (rubbish), make untidyvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.3Wide separation - Scatter0
487793hryoy-chop or cut away roots or base; strike cheekbones (ext.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
487785hryoŋ-wreck, pull down, demolish (esp. old house for rebuilding)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
487784hryoŋ.hryoŋ hryaŋ.hryaŋrattling (of bones)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487787hryoŋh-worn out, exhaustedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487786hryoŋʔ-wrecked, wiped out, destroyed completely (house, lineage, clan, etc.)vat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
487772hryu-uncoil, pull down (vine, rope)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.4Rope0
487773hryu.ʔak-drag or pull down (vines, branches or leaves to reach fruit, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.2.1Compound0
487781hryut-pull, drag alongvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.3.1Push0
487775hryuŋstony place, with thin soiln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.11Ground/Earth/Soil/Dirt0
487777hryuŋ-worn out, thin from over workva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487778hryuŋ.hryuŋ hryaŋ.hryaŋrattling (of bones)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487779hryuŋʔplug of cloth (used to withdraw pus, stem blood, etc.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
487780hryuŋʔ-depleted (stock, crops, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
487774hryuʔ.hryuʔflappingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487750hryən-ruffle, knock askew, scattervt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.4Position - front/back/side-side0
487751hryəp-pressed or crushed in (shell)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487754hryəs-scattered rubbish; untidyva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.3Wide separation - Scatter0
487752hryəy-knocked out of line or place, put in disarrayva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487753hryəyh-make finger movements, lay instrument with fingers (e.g. flute)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
487749hryəŋ-worn out, thin from overworkva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487689hrə-break sleep, wake up againvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487690hrə.dəŋʔ hra.daŋʔstripped (leaves)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.3Leaves0
487701hrəhleaf (fallen)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.3Leaves0
487702hrəh-drop off, detach, fall of itself (usu. inanimate object)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.16Holding0
487696hrəmchopping, severingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.3Chop, slice0
487697hrəmh-make bare, strip leaves off (insects)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.14Construction0
487692hrənh-shaken, dropped, knocked off shed (fruit, leaves)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9.1Kinds of dwellings0
487694m,2658hrənh.siŋʔleafless treen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
487695hrəp-fall in, fall into (hole, subsidence), subside, sink into (semi-solid)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487700hrəs-catch in throat, choke with dust, drinkvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487698hrəy-spaced, spread out (sticks in fire, etc.), be removed from centre; be separated from evil spirit's influence (ext.) (ch.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487699hrəyʔ-arrange, set out, lay out (esp. white ants on gum as bait), set out traps, nets, etc.); lay down (instructions) (ext.); catch or trap person's spirit (evil spirit) (ch.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
487691hrəŋ-worn out, thin, be suffering from overworkva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487309hu-call to someone with high pitched voice over long distance (to locate them), cooeevit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487313hu.cyawʔ-break end offvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487316hu.daŋagematesnk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487317m,m,m,2658hu.dyu.ryuʔ.siŋʔtree (sp.), large, with small yellow flowers, fine leaves used as foddern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
487310hu.gu.guroar and rush of fireonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.5Sounds0
487311hu.gu.riksmall place, cavityn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
487312hu.guʔ-rub body against with pressure; start fire by rubbing sticks (dry ruyŋ bamboo) crosswise, crush by rolling and rubbing with stonevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
487314hu.ju.rumbird (sp.), Dusky Horned Owl, named from its calln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
487318hu.raŋagematesnk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487319hu.riwind (<N storm?) (B)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.1Weather and seasons0
487320hu.ru.ruspreading, climbing of a vineonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487315hu.thyu.luk-slip out (of bundle, pile), slip off or awayvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.3Awkwardly, Irregularly, Abruptly0
487325huk-whoop (with whooping cough)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.3Diseases0
487326huk-scoop outvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.11Digging, excavation0
487327huk.hukhollow soundingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
487355hul-whet, sharpen (B)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.2Carve, shave0
487361hul-sharpen (B)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.2Carve, shave0
487338hum-gather, crowd togethervi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.13.5Join (general)0
487339hum-have smell, taste (sp.), of roasted corn, etc.va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
487341humh-collect together, scrape togethervt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487340humʔ-crowd around, surround (crowd)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.4Groups0
487336hun.dyawʔ-call meeting (to discuss, agree, promise, decide on action, etc.), gather togethervi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487337hunh.hunhwarm, comfortableonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.3Temperature0
487356hurdigging stick (iron tipped), dibble stickn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
4873573519hur-wash off, rinse, cleanse, scourvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.5.2Wash (v.i./v.t.)0
487358hurʔ-overripe (grain), be dropping (seeds)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
482696hurʔ.dalʔearthwormn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
487359hurʔ.dalʔworm, (sp.), long white earthwormn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
487360hurʔ.salhazen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.1Weather and seasons0
4873623519husground mist, vapour rising from ground (usually early morning in winter), moisture from thisn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487363hus-cook a lot, cook everything togethervi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
487334hut-travel right through to destination, arrive without halting on way, pierce right through (arrow, etc.); have food for whole year (met.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
487335hut.nəm.dinday of arrivalnt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
487342230huyblood (WD)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.2Blood/Bleed0
487343huybe off, be up and away, out of sight?onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
487344huy-bleed, be wounded (WD)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.2Blood/Bleed0
487345huy-call, cooee huy (loudly)vit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.13Beckon0
487348huy.haysubmergingonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487347huy.lukglowing sparkonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
487346huy.roplant (sp.), floweringn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
487353huyh-carry well (sound - e.g. drumbeat), be clear (of rooster's crowing)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
487354m,m,m,1603huyh.lən.ʔi.waʔbird (sp.), mentioned in songs (domestic fowl?) (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
4873523418huyk-whistle (as in whistle speech when hunting), blow sharply between lips (as when carrying)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.5Sounds0
487349huyʔinsect, small sap-sucking (gen.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
487328huŋgable of roof (esp space under this)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.3.2Demonstrators0
487329huŋ-call (sp.), of Langur monkeyvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.9Simian0
487331huŋ.gur-call (sp.), high-pitched (of panther)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.13Beckon0
487330huŋ.gə.rik haŋ.ga.riksmall-facedonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
487332o,o,34huŋ.huŋ.syaʔanimal (sp.), Langur (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.3Associated Animal Terms0
487333huŋʔplant (sp.), tuber, edible only after slicing, washing and cookingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
487321huʔ-whet, sharpen tool on stone, honevt1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.2Carve, shave0
487323huʔ-weed (around plants), pull out weeds by rootsvt2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.7Fungi0
487324huʔ.si.baŋwhetstonen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.5.4Workshop use/Equipment0
487983hwa-take or remove use some (from container)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.21Acquisitions0
487984hwak-take some off, relieve load, remove from throat; remove spirit (ch.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.4Intentional separation - Sort0
487991hwam-increase, wind on (thread), extend to new place?; increase shaman's knowledge, skill (ch.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487992hwamh-sharpen to pointvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.2Carve, shave0
487993hwamh-reach old age, become old; continue on with song, etc. (ch.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487988hwanʔ-sharp (blade, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.2Carve, shave0
487990hwanʔ.baŋ-sharp edged stone, used for cuttingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.2Carve, shave0
487995hwas-unravelvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9Undoing0
487987hwat-bore, make holevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.11Digging, excavation0
487994hway-have knowledge, authority, influence, powerva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
487985hwaŋ-remove portionvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.4Intentional separation - Sort0
487986hwaŋh-give radily, willinglyva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.23Giving0
487999hweleʔ-flap, be flexiblevai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.9Manner is primary0
487998hwenh-make less than complete, no longer untouched, unused, interfere withvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.14Construction0
487996hwi.riŋ.gismall-nosed personadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
487997hwis-splash, scatter?vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6Verbs requiring liquids0
4880001364hwoyŋhwaist, diaphragmn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.4.6Waist0
487975hwə-remove small amount, take out small portion (beer) from vesselvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
487976hwək-conscious, aware of things, be comprehending, understandingvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.4Wake/Conscious/Alert0
487982hwərh-excavate, dig or make hole or hollow with hands or feet (as animal does), dig waterholevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.11Digging, excavation0
487979hwət-ask questionvit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.7.1Ask0
483695hwət.ʔo puŋpresent given when first asking for a girln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
487980hwəyŋ-acceptable, repeatable, polite (speech)?; reverberating, echoing (sound)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.2.1Accept0
4879811364hwəyŋhwaist, diaphragmn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.4.6Waist0
487977hwəŋ-share out somevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.4Intentional separation - Sort0
487978hwəŋh-partly used, partly emptied (container)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.7.1Use0
487648hyak-be bitter tasteva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
487649hyak-wear loin cloth, garment over crutchvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.1Assorted action verbs0
485923hyak.lakvine with hairy, edible tuber, wild variety of Dioscorea bulbiferan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487651hyak.lakplant (sp.), yam, edible variety of Dioscorea bulbiferan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
487650hyak.nayclothing (sp.), loinclothn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.8.2.1Clothes (general)0
487652hyak.sa.gəplant (sp.), Milkweed or Sowthistle - eaten to relieve night-time aches and painsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
487659hyal-enlarge openingvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487657hyam.hyamsoft, not crisp (biscuit, etc.)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
487656hyanh-shake off or free of; shake out (e.g. vermin from cloth, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.9Manner is primary0
487658hyar-enlarge (hole in stone, etc.); swell (stomach)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487660hyas-unravel weave (to correct mistake, etc.), withdraw wood from fire, undo actionvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9Undoing0
487653hyaŋ-be gaps (large) or holes (in woven material)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.7Cracks/Chasms/Crevices0
487655hyaŋhhole (natural), pothole, rutn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.7Cracks/Chasms/Crevices0
487654hyaŋʔ-free (of other work), be unoccupied, available, empty, vacantva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.19Social action0
487647hyaʔ-withdraw sticks from fire, reduce (central) concentration (by pulling away or apart)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.4Apart0
487687hyoh-remove shell, husk (by trampling)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.4Intentional separation - Sort0
487688hyoho-remove shell, husk (by trampling)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.4Intentional separation - Sort0
487676hyok-fit, be room forva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
487677hyok-polish grains in foot-poundervt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
487678hyokoʔ-remove shells (of Chyuri kernels) by treadingvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.4Intentional separation - Sort0
487686hyol-enlarge hole (in wood, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487681hyomʔburnt rubbish (esp. grass)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.1Verbs pertaining to fire0
487683hyomʔ-collapse, give way, fall in (hole, cave, etc.), tip (stone that is stood on)vit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487680hyonh-shake out, off or around; sprinklevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.9Manner is primary0
487684hyor-enlarge (opening), swell (stomach)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487685hyorʔ-apportion, mete out (medium) portionsvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
487679hyoŋhhole (from which tuber has been removed)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.7Cracks/Chasms/Crevices0
487674hyoʔ-prepare, clear and cultivate (field)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.14Construction0
487675hyoʔ.gaŋhole (from which tuber has been taken)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.7Cracks/Chasms/Crevices0
487661hyu-apportion, mete out (smaller) portionsvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
487662hyu.dawinter (<N hiuɴdo)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.2Months and Years0
4876713609hyumʔ-suffer burnsvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
487666hyun-fine (thread, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
487667hyun.lafine threadn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
485967hyun.laŋʔnet with very fine threadn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.5.4Workshop use/Equipment0
487668hyun.laŋʔnet with very fine threadn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.5.4Workshop use/Equipment0
487670hyunhcrumbs, small scrapsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
487669hyunʔ.jyulʔfibres, short fibres of barkn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
487672hyurʔ-apportion, mete out (smaller) portionsvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2Action Verbs with Patient0
487673hyus-shave off fine amounts, trim by shavingvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.9.2Carve, shave0
487665hyut-scrape off strips (skin, bark) with instrument (esp.bark for fish poison)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.11.1Bark (of dog)0
487663hyuŋsnow (<N hiuɴ)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.1Weather and seasons0
487664hyuŋʔflean.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
487637hyə.gər.baŋcrunchy stonesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.9Rocks and minerals0
487642hyəm.hyəmsoft (biscuit, etc.)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
487641hyənə-stretched, weakened (woven material)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
487645hyəwʔ-sulk, grizzle, be unwilling, unco-operativevr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
485780hyəwʔ.ryakgrizzlern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487646hyəwʔ.ryakgrizzly person (esp. child)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.5Other Collective terms0
487643hyəy-be to one side or edge, look out of corner (of eye)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487644m,m,682hyəy.to mikcorner of eyen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9.3Parts of the structure0
487640hyəŋə-be gaps or spaces in weaveva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
487638hyəʔ-prepare, clear and cultivate areavt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.14Construction0
487639hyəʔ.saʔsoft soiln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
4874722525hŋafirst, prior (in time, place, position)nt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.5Other Intervals0
4874732525hŋa-go in front, precede (in time, position)vai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
4874742525,mhŋa.doin front, aheadnl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
482924hŋa.domforelegn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.7.2Shin/Tibia0
487475hŋa.domforelegn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.7.2Shin/Tibia0
487476hŋa.yəearly flowering Chyurin.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.1Adverbial uses0
487481hŋalʔbee-bread, yolk and white of eggsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487478hŋam-believe, take note of (words), accept (orders, advice)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.12.1Know, Believe0
487480hŋar-satisfied, sated (with eating), be no longer hungry; change mind, attitude (ext.)vr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.1.3Satisfied0
487479hŋayk-twist and break off (as corn from stalks), wrench off, harvest (corn)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
487477hŋaʔ-do confidently, enthusiastically, exuberantly, freely or expertly, feel fit and wellvrt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.2.1Compound0
487491hŋe.rek-creak (door, etc. low-pitched)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.3Sounds0
487483hŋi.diŋdaytiment.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.3Days0
487484hŋi.rik-creak (door, etc. low-pitched)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.3Sounds0
480774hŋi.ŋatgum collected during daytimen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.4.3Gums0
487482hŋi.ŋatgum collected from tree in daytimen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487485hŋik-creak, grate, squeak; grind teethvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.3Sounds0
487486hŋik-have smell or taste (sp.) (that of good milk)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
487487hŋikiʔ-use (slight) sawing or backward and forward motion (when cutting, rubbing)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.2.8Directions0
487488hŋis-turn (head) away (in disdain)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.6Circularly0
487492hŋok-fall or tumble head firstvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.1.1.4.2Fall0
487493hŋolʔ-support with stick (oneself, carried weight, load); kneel with weight on feet (not knees)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487494m,2658hŋolʔ.siŋʔtrap part (sp.), horizontal stick of deer trap trigger (taking the pull of the sprung noose)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.14Husbandry0
487498hŋrek-have smell (sp.), pleasantva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
4875001784hŋrok-snorevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.2.2Snore0
487499hŋroʔ-chop tree (that another tree is resting on)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
487497hŋruk-concentrate, not allow oneself to be distracted (esp. when drumbeating)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.5.3WH words0
487496hŋrək-have rattle in throat, break (voice, when speaking)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
487495hŋrəʔ-chop tree (that another tree is resting on)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
487489hŋunuʔ-wobble, sway, shake (somewhat)vit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
487490hŋurh-concentrate, be undistracted (by other noises - esp. drumbeating shaman)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.3Hear0
487459hŋə.rək-creak (door, etc. low-pitched)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.3Sounds0
487460hŋəkəʔ-saw, cut off with, use, sawing motionvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.5.3Cutting/Boring0
487470hŋəl-restless (with being in one place), want to change positionvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487471hŋəlʔ-blackened with cookingvr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487461hŋəndumb personadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.4.4Glottal sound0
487462hŋənvine growing from vegetable caterpillarn1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.7Fungi0
487463hŋənsticky, glutinous food (tuber - esp. glih)n2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
487467hŋən.dhyəyʔ-sway (when standing - tree, etc.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.4Regular, Cyclic, Smoothly0
487466hŋən.glihtuber which is poor for eatingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
487468hŋən.lavine growing from vegetable caterpillarn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.7Fungi0
487464hŋənə-wobbly or unsteady (slightly - post, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.5.1General - form0
487465hŋənəʔ-wobble (large post, etc.), sway (as elephant)vit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
487469hŋər.nəm.sitree (sp.), large hardwood, fine white flowers - used for timbern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
487161hə-be (abstract) (B)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
487165hə.loplough (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.3Diseases0
487163hə.ləkshaking (of ground)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.9Manner is primary0
487164hə.ləpsucking at hookahonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.2.1Suck/Suckle0
487162hə.ri.kəshimmer (sun)?onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.10Light or lack of light0
487167hə.syəw.riwhirlwindn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.1Weather and seasons0
487168hə.syəw.ri.lanspirit (sp.), of whirlwindnn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
487166hə.səksmell (sp.), bad - of cowdung, monkey meatn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.8.5Smell0
487172hək-scoop, lift out from (container - water, etc.) with net, pot, etc.vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
487196həllead root of tuber (from original seed to tuber)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487199həl.phaw.nesunrise, early morning (after sun has risen)nt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.10Light or lack of light0
487183həm-pungently sour (beer)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.6.3Juices, beers, etc.0
487186həm.bə.laytree (sp.), with edible fruit and flower budsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
487185həm.ʔa.leʔfruit (sp.), tomaton.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.5Fruits and vegetables0
487188həmh-bloated or swollen (stomach, with sickness)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.2Swollen/Swell/Bloated0
487184həməʔ-soft, giving (soil, seat, etc.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
487187həmʔ.pə.təmtadpole (sp.), of dhoŋn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.6Reptiles and Amphibians0
487180həp-have taste (sp.), sour and pungent (beer of poor quality)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
487181həp-burn wasp nestvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.1Verbs pertaining to fire0
487182həpəʔ-heat up, make hot (esp. body)vit.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.2Negative Qualities0
487193hərspeedily, with hasteonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
487194hər-measure by volume (grain, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.8Measure Words0
487195hər.ləkamazing sightonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6.10See/Look0
487210həs-have enough of (smoking bad tobacco)vr.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.2Abstract verbs0
487178hətof surprise, annoyance (<N)excl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487179hət.pətspeedily (<N həttə pəttə)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
487200həwyounger brother, younger cousin, child (gen.)nk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487201həw-younger, youngva1.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
487202həw-glossy or shiny (non-metallic object)va2.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
487203həw-begin to sprout (seed)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
481147həw.coŋchildrennk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.3Later generation0
487206həw.dyaŋyounger sisternk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
484677həw.dyaŋ bhawhusband of younger sisternk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.4Related by marriage0
479085həw.kə.mawife of younger brothernk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.4Related by marriage0
487205həw.kə.mayounger brother's wifenk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
487207həw.ləmchildrenn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.3Later generation0
484192həw.nəy bəy.ʔaŋspeech, voicen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.7Speak/Say/Tell0
487208həw.si-begin to sprout (seed)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487204həw.ʔaŋ.gəm.ʔi/gən.ʔibreathing or singing power, spirit (ch.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.2.2Breath/Breathe0
487209həwʔ-light up (lamp, etc.); catch fish or frogs by torchlight (making their eyes glow)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.11.1Light0
487189həyemphatic (<N)excl.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.7Ejaculations0
487190həy-peep, peer, look inside (house, pot, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6.11Behold0
487191həy.ləpmarked (with white)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
487192həyk-gasp with coldvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.2.2Breath/Breathe0
487173həŋ-begin to break (cloud cover), be edge to cloudvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.5Change of state0
487176həŋ.kə-sting (burn, of wound - as with salt)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
487177həŋhə-very hot (fire)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
487174həŋə-parted (nostrils), (hence) thin-walled)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.10.2Intentional loss - Abandon0
487171həʔ-end verses of song with həvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481503ja-discharge mucus (before giving birth, menstruation)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.6Discharge0
481511ja.binetbag of string made from bark (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481510m,m,2658ja.dam.siŋʔtree (sp.), hardwood, with thorns, small leaves, fine yellow flowersn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
481507ja.dərʔplace (sp.), at base of underworld, from which humans first appearednn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481509ja.dərʔ.baŋrock (sp.), deeply embedded, bedrock of underworld (where people originated)nn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.9Rocks and minerals0
481508ja.dərʔ.diŋspirit (sp.), assisting spirit, from place at base of underworld, helps experienced shamannn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8.1.1Deities/Spiritual Beings0
481505ja.ga.rawʔsad looking, crestfallen, fall (of face)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.5.1Sick/Hurt/Ache0
481506ja.tha.ratree (sp.), medium-sized, with large rough leaves, red and yellow flowers, flat seedsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.4Seeds and flowers, nuts0
481528jak.hə.cuʔplant (sp.), short dark thorn-plant (sp.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
481539jam.jemcloud masses (cumulus) at end of monsoonadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.1Weather and seasons0
481540jamʔ-pull lips in (as when sucking), purse lipsva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.2Lip0
481534jan-rebuke, scoldvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.5.1Scold0
481536jan.dhənʔcompany of friends, agematesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.4Groups0
481537jan.yashaman (B)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.2.4Religious Roles0
481538jap.ʔinʔ-create, prepare (ch.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.14Construction0
483462jap.ʔinʔ.ti nyas-createvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.14Construction0
481545jaw.yaŋinsect (sp.), Mosquiton.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
481546jawʔ-facing upwards (e.g. knife with cutting edge uppermost), lie on back with feet upvai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481541jay-cross-grained (timber)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.10Move with something else0
481543jayk-nearly ripe (e.g. tomato), be ready for pickingva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481542jayʔ-cover wide area, cover whole areavt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
481529jaŋ-do well, readily, willingly, make up mind, set mind tovrt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.10Mind0
481531jaŋ-put in, go in (B)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481533jaŋh-make, perform, producevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.14Construction0
481532jaŋʔbase of carrying basket, specially strengthenedn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.9Dwellings0
4815162805jaʔwild animal of cat family, esp. a panther or leopardn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.1.3Feline0
481524jaʔ.bho.roŋinsect (sp.), type of shieldbugn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
481523jaʔ.don.məyʔinhabitants (spirits) of the place of the deadn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
480375jaʔ.goyʔforest yam, with many rootsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.5Landforms and geographical features0
481520jaʔ.goyʔplant (sp.), tuber much divided, variety of Dioscorea sagittatan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
481522jaʔ.jeʔ.kay-chase or follow one after another, with those behind growling at the leader (in play or teasing)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.7.10Move with something else0
481519jaʔ.krat.cuʔplant (sp.), vine or cane with hard spinesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
485930jaʔ.lak.huyinsect (sp.), leaf insectn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
481525jaʔ.lak.khuyinsect (sp.), species of shieldbugn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.6Insects, Arachnids, and Worms0
481526jaʔ.lyaŋ.sayʔplant (sp.), species of wild raspberry with large leavesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481527m,m,1603jaʔ.walʔ.waʔbird (sp.), blackbird-sized, brown, inhabiting clearingsn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
481521m,1455jaʔ.ŋaʔfish (sp.), medium-sized (about 50cm. long), long barbels, large mouth (like a tiger's), Barilius jalkapoorii or Seudeutropius murius?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
481590je.loleaf (plate) (B)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.3Leaves0
481588je.thaoldest son (<N)nk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.3Later generation0
481589je.thioldest daughter (<N)nk.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC4.7.3Later generation0
481587je.thəmonth (sp.), mid-May to mid-April (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.1.2Months and Years0
481605jek-adhere firmly (skin of animal, grime), be fast (dye)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
481611384jelhforehead, brown.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.5.1Forehead/Temples0
481608jem.baknarrow gorge, defilen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
481609jemʔ-sink in, be dented somewhatva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6Verbs requiring liquids0
481607jep-dentedva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.2Feel/Tactile/Texture0
481610m,2658jer.(siŋʔ)kindling woodn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.11.5.5Tools pertaining to fire0
481612jes-wash body, bathevt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.2.2.5.2Wash (v.i./v.t.)0
481606jeŋʔlobe of earn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.2Lip0
481591jeʔedible cornn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481596jeʔ-eat, consume, take in; gnawing (pain) (met.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.5.3.2Five0
480163jeʔ.gafoodn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
481600jeʔ.gafood (gen.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
481601jeʔ.gu.liŋfood (gen.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
479570jeʔ.krakone greedy for foodn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.9Numbers and numeric expression0
481599jeʔ.krakgreedy person, gluttonn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.14.2Avarice0
481603jeʔ.labaitstring of trapn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481604jeʔ.loʔleaf, leafplate (B)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.3Leaves0
481602jeʔ.rəoesophagusn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.3.5.5Gullet/Esophagus0
481705jha.ra jhə.rəbristling (quills)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.6.1.4Bristle0
481706jha.ra.raflow freely (milk)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6.1Float0
481721jhah-long for, wish for (esp. to see, visit)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1Ontological0
481708jhak-desire, like, wantvrt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.14.3Desirable0
485539jhak.rayʔpleasuren.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.1.1Like0
481719jhal-hexed, under influence of evil eyevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.13.1Think0
481713jham-rest, put up onvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.4.1Sleep/Be asleep0
481715jhamh-rest (limb) on (heavily)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.1.4.1Sleep/Be asleep0
480376jhanh.goyʔvariety of forest yamn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.1Abstract Entities0
481712jhanh.goyʔplant (sp.), tuber of vine, wild variety of Dioscorea sagittatan.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481717jhar.lapsee clearlyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.6.10See/Look0
481718jharʔ-bright, dazzlingva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.11.1Light0
481720jhawplant (sp.), ground palm, larger species, used for broomn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.10Verbs involving plants0
481716jhay-put up on (shelf, etc.)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.17Putting0
481709jhaŋscrub, branches with leaves (<N jhaŋ bush?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.3Friction0
481710jhaŋ-leafy (tree)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
481711jhaŋ.mu.(diŋ)forest leaves, twigs, plants (ch.); spirit of these, spoken to before drumbeatingn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481707jhaʔ-raise or lift up to height, catch falling or lowered objectvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.2.1Compound0
481751jhe-independent (esp. for food), subsist on one's own, fend for, provide for oneselfvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1Ontological0
481752jhe.ʔa.panoise of birdsonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.4.3Hear0
481758jhel-clear, transparent (air, water)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.6.1.1Positive Qualities0
481761jhelh-attractive, good-looking (person, clothes, rooster)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.3Human qualities and appearance0
481757jher-burn cleanly (wood, etc.)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.1Verbs pertaining to fire0
481762m,m,1603jhew.ta.waʔbird (sp.), grey, Black-throated Babbler?n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
481754jheŋ.kə.ratwigs, leafless branchesn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
481756jheŋh-sneezevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.2.1Sneeze0
481755jheŋʔ.(ti).teŋʔshapely, beautifulonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.3Human qualities and appearance0
481753jheʔ.jəburning scrub (here and there?)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.1Verbs pertaining to fire0
481723jhirainshield (made of large leaf or leaves sewn together)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481724jhi.jhəscrub, thicket (thorny but leafless)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.3Friction0
481725m,m,m,1603jhi.liŋ.kon.waʔlarge roostern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
481726jhik-dark brown, blackishva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.4Colors0
481727m,m,1603jhik.jir.waʔbird (sp.), Silver-eared Mesian.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC2.2.4Birds (in general)0
481728jhik.lawʔold and small (person, bamboo), wizenedadjn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.8.3Neutral term0
481733jhinʔ.tovery small (amount)adv.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
481729jhiŋdrum, two-ended, for music and dancen.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
481730jhiŋ.menʔhair of back (dog, cow, etc.)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.3Hair of Head0
485057jhiŋ.menʔhair along centre of backn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.2.3Hair of Head0
481731jhiŋh-sneezevi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC1.8.2.1Sneeze0
481732jhiŋh-have acidity or bitterness removed (by cooking well), be rendered edible; be healthy (ext.)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.4.1.1Grammatical case0
481763jho-trample, tread under foot, step on, invt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481764jhok.jhok jhək.jhəkvery distressed, in agonyonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
481769jholsoup, gruel (<N)n.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.5Cooking Implements0
481770jhol.yasawareonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.3.1.11.1Alert0
481765jhomʔ-embrace, test girth (of tree) by putting arms around itvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC8.4Feeling0
481767jhor-flame, burn brightlyvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
481768jhorʔ-dazzle, blind (bright light)vt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.11.1Light0
481771jhos-knock or rub ash offvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.8Striking, hitting verbs0
481766jhoyo-dripping wet, rain or drizzle a lotvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6Verbs requiring liquids0
481512jhu.ra.ja.binetbag, smalln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.2Verbs referring to size/shape0
481734jhu.tukoverflowing, running with sweatonom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6Verbs requiring liquids0
481745jhun-hold by edge (e.g. to shake out cloth), hold gingerly, at arm's lengthvi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.16Holding0
481746m,2658jhunh.siŋʔdry, rubbishy woodn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.6Verbs requiring liquids0
481750jhurh-cover well (clothes), be long and flowingva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
481749jhurunetbag, ornamentedn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481747jhuy.laspark, glowing cindern.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.2.12.2Fire, flames, and burnt things0
481748jhuyŋʔvery green (tree)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
481738jhuŋ-large at baseva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC9.7.1Shape and size0
481742jhuŋ.ʔa.leRestricted Collective; just, as much only, no more than, (that one) alonefn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1Ontological0
481741jhuŋu-squat, clumped, dumpy; sprout from base, be large at base (e.g. bamboo, pregnant woman), about to bear childva.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481744jhuŋʔ-crouch with head down (to look into, or to aim an arrow)vi.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481776jhya-go into trance (shaman - with beating of drum), drum beat to do thisvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.1.1Prepositions0
481777jhya.meʔmusical instrument (sp.), bronze cymbaln.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.1Waste products0
481788jhyalh-dig to one side, put soil to one side when digging, enlarge area of diggingvt.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC6.11Digging, excavation0
481785jhyamvery wet (clothes)onom.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC7.1.2.2Degree0
481786jhyamh-cover adequately (clothes - esp. as to length); be equally-matched, compatible (persons, speech), friendlyvat.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC5.8Religion0
481781jhyan.jyu.be.lachrysalisn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481782jhyan.jyu.lichrysalisn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC0
481783jhyan.teResultative Conjunction; therefore, sofn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
481784jhyanhcut trees, rubbish (large, of field), dead wood, scrubn.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC3.1.2Plant parts and types0
481787jhyar-dried out (by fire, sun), be preserved by dryingvai.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC10.0Grammatical Words0
481789jhyaw-covered with growth, epiphytes (tree) (<N jhyaw moss?)va.1977Chepang282.4Kham-Magar-ChepangCaughley 00 ChepangRC-DOC