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Lesson 12. The Weather


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Phleing
rain, to rain
thleak
Falling Rain. To fall (V) reffering to anything falling down or from something. Often referring to rain falling
khlang
strong, hard, extreme.
kroum
under
daum chur
tree
bantec tiet
soon, a little while or little bit
muk-thai
probably, likely to, maybe
ray-ung
dry up, quite - in reference to rain
phlic
forget
chat
umbrella
eylow
now
too tuk
to be wet or soaked (#1)
saom
to be wet or soaked (#2)
ahh
entirely, completly
pii pruah
because
auv
shirt, coat
auv phleing
rain coat
row-dow
season
row-dow phleing
rainy season
tang pii
from, starting from
mi-toe-naa
June
khae mi-toe-naa
month of June
Chroouk
To take shelter
row-hout dal
throughout, all the way to, until, reaching to
to-laa
October
row-all
every
row-all thungy
everyday
thom-madaa
usually, regularly, constantly, always, continually.
peng
throughout
peng muey thungie
all day
chune kaal
sometimes
row-seal
early afternoon
thungie row-seal
in the afternoon
nung howey
that is it, you have got it
row-kneea
cold, chilly
row-dow row-kneea
cold season
row-dow kadaw
hot season
wicchekaa
November
tuv
to, up to
trowcheak
to be cool
Kaak
frozen, congealed
tuk kaak
ice
khyal
wind
bauk
to blow
cheeng
North
yuup
night
saah
(not) at all
trang
Straight
thungy trang
noon, midday
naa
anywhere, somewhere
thloep
to be accustomed to, used to (referring to past)
peel yuup
last night
Kain
to sleep, reline
luek
to fall asleep
kain luek
to sleep
kain mun luek
to be unable to sleep
aa-kaas
weather, air
sruel lomoom
pleasant
chit
nearly, almost
baan-taa
continue
tuv
orientation or action away
taa tuv tiet
continue from where you are