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M. )(water, meat, potato) (=M. )(water) Hey (my wife) look; the milk is boiling over from the pan.! a tteéˠ qɯliíkʋ; Ŕxóof fhéeŔ w-zúm mǨn bak sʋǨfríiyet! My daughter, boil water for the tea for us. a hʋʋabríiti, ífhǨŔ/íqɯli haán hʋʋmóh har šéehi. (=M. ) 46 Children, I'm boiling sweet potatoes for you. a kʋalyuún, ho ð-afhóoŔ hóokǨm fǨndéel. ) (milk, medical herb) My sister, heat milk /tea for your brother. a qɯíiti, íŔʋŔʋǨb Ŕxóof/šéehi har qɯáaš. (=M. ) a baby raw(lit. cold) unboiled milk.
Bádlah / bǨdéel) finger ring ᣦ㍯ xóotǨm / xtóowǨm (=M. xóotǨm /xtóom) Oh, this ring will not come off from my finger! yowwáh, xóotǨm ðáanǨh xǨróoj mǨn išʋbáaȣi laȣ! anklet ㊊㍯ mǨtʋláat / mtʋaál (=M. rsíit / rasíiyǨs, xǨlxáyl / xǨlxóol) accessary box ᑠ≀ධ tʋabléet / tʋǨbeél scissors 㗑 mǨkʋráaŔʋ / mkʋáwrǨŔʋ (=M. mǨkʋráaŔʋ / mkʋáwrǨŔʋ) I cut the thread with my teeth as I had no scissors. laȣ. ho ȣǨðófk xiitʋíit bǨ-mˠǨntiyó/b-xóohi, ho šíi-Ŕe mǨkʋráaŔʋ needle 㔪 mxáytʋ / mǨxyoótʋ (=M. mxáytʋ / mǨxyóotʋ) msállet / msóolǨl (big, for sewing a sack) (=M.
Man fumigates his clothes standing, while woman squatting down. qɯáyj yabxóor xalookʋiheé w-heh ð-sʋóor, w-téeˠ w-seh ðǨŔxowǨllóot. frankincense ங㤶 ŔáahʋʋǨz (=M. ŔíihʋʋǨz) frankincense tree ங㤶ᶞ mqɯaár (=M. mqɯáar) We get frankincense from a tree named "mghar". naxxǨnóotʋ ŔáahʋʋǨz mǨn Ŕjeér ðǨ-"mqɯaár". (=M. ) bath, to take a యὙ࠺ rhʋʋáaŔʋ / yráahʋʋǨŔʋ / yǨrhʋʋáaŔʋ(=wash) 32 (=M. rǨhʋʋáaŔʋ / yróohʋʋǨŔʋ / rǨhʋʋŔʋóona) My son, take a bath; you are filthy! a hʋʋabrí, rhʋʋaáŔʋ; baar dhánk! (=M. ) shave oneself, to 㧨๋ hʋʋǨlóokʋ / yhʋʋóolǨkʋ / yǨhʋʋléekʋ +lǨhʋʋyíit (beard) (=M.
Hobyōt (Oman) Vocabulary with Example Texts by Aki'o Nakano