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លេខ
to write, draw
ដេក
to lie down / to rest, sleep
ធ្លាយ
to break / puncture, break open / divulge (secret)
ដើរ
to walk, go / to travel
ដើរ
to move forward / to make progress
សេ
to be fast, swift
ស្អាត
to be clean, nice, neat / pure, chaste / beautiful
ធំ
term of reference or address for one's father's or mother's elder sibling and their spouses
បង
elder sibling.
បង
to be older, elder
លោក
you / your (used in addressing adult males who are of approximately equal rank with the speaker and Buddhist monks)
លោក
he / him / his (used in referring to adult males who are of approximately equal rank with the speaker and to Buddhist monks)
លោក
sir, mister (commonly used before a title or given name)
គេ
they / them / their / one, someone
គេ
he / him
គ្នា
he / she / they / we (informal, intimate)
គាត់
he / him / his / she / her
គាត់
they / them / their (formal / polite 3rd person pronoun)
គាត់
you / your (intimate)
យើង
we / us / our
យើង
(familiar) I / me / my
របស់យើង
our, belonging to us
ពូ
you / your (respectful term of address to older men)
ពូ
uncle (younger brother of either parent).
លោកមា
uncle (younger brother of one's mother or father)
លោកមា
you / your (addressing a male in one's parent's generation)
អូន
you / your (intimate or familiar address form for younger sibling, for one's wife or girl friend, or for a close friend who is younger)
អូន
I / me / my (younger brother, younger sister, sweetheart or wife--about themselves)
សោ
sister-in-law (wife of older brother)
សោ
you / your (addressing sister-in-law)