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THE LIBRARY 

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THE UNIVERSITY 

OF CALIFORNIA 

LOS ANGELES 



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SHAN AND ENGLISH 

DICTIONARY 



SHAN AND ENGLISH 



DICTIONARY. 



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By J. N. GUSHING, M. A., Ph. D., D. D. 



RANGOON : 

AMERICAN BAPTIST MISSION PRESS. 

r. D. PHINNEY. SUPT. 

1914. 



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ISBN 576 03338 3 

Republished in 1971 by Gregg International Publishers Limited 
Westmead, Farnborough, Hants., Fngland 
l'n!ited in Iji.^lainl. 



I 



PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION. , 



This revised edition of the Shan-English Dictionary was pre- 
pared principally by Dr. Gushing, but others have done a great 
deal of work on it. Many words have been added and some 
definitions have been slightly changed ^ 

H. W. MIX. 

ToungoOf January, 1914'. 



PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION. 



The aim of this Dictionary is to place before the student the 
colloquial language of that division of the Tai family known as 
the Shan or Burman Shan. The pronunciation common in the 
principalities of Laihka and Mongnai has been taken as a standard. 

During the passage of this book through the press, several 
words were omitted accidentally and a few new ones were collected. 

These words appear in the Appendix. 

J. N. GUSHING. 

Rangoon, January, 1881, 



INTRODUCTION. 



1. The Tai family of languages is spoken by several millions 

Divisions of the Tai family ^^' P^^opie ^ho inhabit tlie plateaux of 
of languages. ^^^ broad, mountainous belt of country, 

which sweeps around from the Assamese border easterly and 
southerly, between Burma and Anam to the Gulf of Siam. The 
branches of the family are tho Khamti, Chinese Shan (Tai Mow), 
Shan, Laos, and Siamese, To these should be added the now 

extinct language of the Ahom, who were once the conquerors of 
Assam. The Khamti is spoken in the extreme north of Burma 
about the Upper Irrawaddy and its branches. The Chinese Shan is 
used in the many small principalities which lie east and northeast 
of Bhamo and are tributary to China. The Shan or Burman 
Shan, as it is sometimes called, is employed by the people who 
inhabit the territory lying between the mountains east of the great 
Burman plain and the Cambodia River, and between the 19th and 
23rd parallels of north latitude. Both the Khamtis and Shans are 
under the Government of Burma, The Laos is spoken throughout 
the country situated between the Salwen and Cambodia Rivers 
and between the 19th parallel of north latitude and the northern 
boundary of the kingdom of Siam. The government is tributary 
to Siam, but is independent in the administration of internal 
affairs. The Siamese, which does not differ widely from the Laos 
as a spoken language, is co-extensive with the kingdom of Siam. 

Ail these different branches of the Tai family have separate 
alphabets, which are, with the exception of the Siamese, more or 
less related in form. 

These five divisions may be formed into two groups, which are 
more widely dissimilar to each other than the individual members 

5 



6 INTRODUCTION. 

of each group are dissimilar one to another. They may be 
arranged thus ; 

TAI FAMILY. 



Northern group Southern group 

. I I 

Khamti Laos 

Chinese Shan Siamese 

Barman Si' an 

At Hotha, one of the Chinese Shan principalities, the language 
spoken seems to be Chinese Shan with a large mixture of a foreign 
element. On investigation it may be proved that the Hotha 
Siians are really Shanized descendants of a race occupying the 
territory of Hotha at the time of the irruption of the Tai family 
from the north. 

2. This Dictionary embraces the vocabulary in colloquial use 

Dictionary based oa the ^^"g ^^^ ^^^"'- ^" ^^^ ^^^" ^"^^ 
Shau colloquial. which have been examined words have 

been found that are never used in the spoken form of the 

language. These words have been indicated by (6.). Doubtless 

many more words of this kind exist in books yet unexamined, but 

they are of no practical impoi'tance to the student who is only 

desirous of acquiring a colloquial use of tlie language. These 

words may have been in common use formerly, but have become 

obsolete except in books, or they may have come into use simply 

to supply wants arising from the peculiar rythmical style in 

which all the native books are written. If they are really 

obsolete words, probably they would afford much assistance to the 

comparative philologist, 

3. The Shau as spoken in Laihka and Mongnai has been 

taken as the standard of pronunciation. 
Dialects. 

Dialectic differences exist in several local- 
ities, but they are of no great importance. 



INTRODUCTION. 7 

The most noticeable dialects are the '^oS, Khiin. Ic, at Keng- 

tung and the cS8, Lii, 5c, at Kenghong, principalities east of the 

Salwen, where the Laos influence has been very strong. In these 

principalities a slightly modified form of the Laos alphabet is used 

quite as much as the Shan alphabet, while a few consonants like 

y, which are unknown in Shan, are in common use. Thus hpai, 

fire, is pronounced /ai. 

West of the Salwen, the principal dialectic differences are 

found in the border principalities like Samkah ^co.o'^). In these 

districts the differences seem to have arisen from Burman influence 

and consist principally in slight variations of vowel sounds, and 

in a carelessness in the use of tones. Thus 'g'^, Ic, a flexure, is 

used^for "g"^, lo. 

In principalities like Mong Pawn, where the Taungthus form a 

large element of the population, there are unimportant dialectic 

differences, which perhaps should be called mere provincialisms. 

Even in the region where the purest Shan ir spoken, different 

forms exist for the same word. Thus and o are interchanged, 

as, 89S, meen and S'2^, ween, Ic, to fly. The Chinese Shan 

and Khamti dialects have been examined somewhat and a few of 

their words added. Many of their tones are different from any 

of those in use among Burman Shans and cannot be indicated 

exactly by the figures and letters in use to indicate tones in the 

Dictionary. The tone nearest like theirs has been indicated in 

places in which they differ. 

The spelling of Shan words is phonetic and therefore the greater 

^. , ,. portion of them are fixed in their orthoer- 

Difierences of spelling. ' 

raphy. There are however a few signs 
having the same phonetic value. In the use of these there is no 
uniformity of practice. Books differ, scribes differ, and frequently 
the same writer is inconsistent in his own usage. There is no 

standard, to which appeal may be made as a guide in settling 
the orthography of such words. In the orthography adopted for 
this class of words, I have endeavored to follow what has seemed 
to me to be the more frequent usage of writers, although in some 
cases the two forms of spelling seem to be equally popular. 



INTRODUCTION. 

The following are interchangeable signs: 



c8 


and 


oS, 


as 


BS 


and 


^oS. 


^ 


and 


^. 


as 


^C 


and 


B'^. 


S 


and 


tJlS. 


as 


^8 


and 


^lS. 


OS 


and 


9 

> 


as 


BS 


and 


^. 


iS 


and 


I; 


as 


j^S 


and 


? 


J 


and 


A 


as 


^s 


and 


^' 



In the Dictionary, words which may be written with c6 or o5 
re written with oS only. Hence in looking for such a word as 
8c8, when thus written in a book, the student should look for 80S. 

cS h&s been retained for all words having short e, the vowel 
ot the open series of its class, as Bc^, ken, to suspend, as by a 
rope, also for most words of the mediate series, as, 'Sep, khin 4ra, 
to wind about, while aS has been used for the closed series, as, 
^-aS, keen Ic, to eat, and a few words of the mediate series, as 
S-aS. pin Im, to be, exist. 

^S is used for jjiS only when the 8 belongs to that one of 
its three series of tones in which the vowel is o. 

In the last three interchangeable signs given, the second forms 
are abbreviations of the first forms. Only the abbreviated forms 
are used in the Dictionary. Hence all words written Bo , j^S 
or j^S will be found under S, yp, and >6 respectively. 

Another difference of spelling arises from the use or omission 
f as g.'^^ or >0'^ , Ic, an island. The use of this sign is in- 
frequent and no notice has been taken of it in the Dictionary. 
Perhaps in this sign we may find a trace of a former difference 
in the representation of the open and closed series of tones, for 
it is used only with the closed series. 

In Shan books many polysyllabic words of foreign origin are 
abbreviated in order to fit into their place rythmically. Thus 
oooS, 2c, 3o, is used for co<i^^|, ^c, 3o, 2c, and c/3'i'oO[, 4c, 
2c, for /ao jC)So']'oD|, 5c, 5c, 5c, ic, 2c, the great western island. 

There are some exceptional forms of spelling, as c^jS) pro- 
nounced and often written like -OjS, 4c, and Cgl^S, pronounced 
*s if written 06, lo. 



INTRODUCTION. 9 

Differences of spelling also arise from the carelessness of writers. 
Tiius c/)j and s/^'] are often written interchangeably. From the 
nature of its vowel, Cjdj, can be of the fifth tone only, while the 
vowel in c/3^ is used for any one of the first four tones, as co'f, 
Ic, a kind of tree, co'j', 2c, to appear, co^, 3c, a father, co^, 
4c, if, but so\, 5c, to strike. 

5. As the Shan is a tonal language like the Chinese, a nice 

discrimination between the tones is important. 
Tones. 

A single combination has a variety of distinct 

meanings according to the peculiar tone of voice with which it is 

uttered. 

Five tones may be distinguished readily, although some native 
scholars notice only three. 

The first tone is the natural pitch of the voice with a slight 
rising inflection at the end and may be called the natural tone, 
as in |, a dog. 

The second tone is a deep bass tone and may be called the 
^rave tone, as o|, the shoulder. 

The third tone is an even tone, in pitch, between the first and 
second tones and may be called the straight forward tone, as |, 
to be mad. 

The fourth tone is of a more elevated pitch than the first tone 
and may be called the high tone, as wp, to come. 

The fifth tone is an abrupt, explosive tone and may be called 
the emphatic tone, as , a pony. 

Some Shans recognize a sixth tone, as 9C]t, the polite impera- 
tive particle, >P^? >'39cS, etc. Some of these tones have been marked 
(6) in the Dictionary. The sixth tone is slightly circumflex and 
has a falling inflection at the end. 

No signs are used by the Shans to mark the tonal distinction, 
except (s) which is employed sometimes to denote the high tones 
as wil. The tones are indicated in the Dictionary by the numerals 
1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, the numerals being applied in the order in 
which the tones have been described. 



10 INTRODUCTION. 

6. From the great paucity of signs representing vowel sounds, 

some vowel signs have two or three quantities 
Series of Tones. 

assigned them. This has given rise to the 

distinction of CoScoS, ^q. 4)0, closed tones ( lit. closed as to the 

lips) and /lo^o^'S, 3c, 4o, open tones ( lit. open as to the lips ). 

This distinction recognized by native scholars, does not cover ail 

cases, for the vowel '^ in closed syllables is capable of having three 

different quantities. Therefore, for the sake of precision, I have 

designated the vowel quantity, not noticed by native scholars, as 

a mediate one. 

As the distinctions of vowel quantity in their different combi- 
nations run through five tones, some combinations admit of two 
or three sets or series of tones. 

Those closed syllables in which the vowels are uttered with the 
lips partially closed are called criSo:^S or closed series and are 
indicated in the Dictionary by c. with the numeral marking the 
tone prefixed, as RS, keep, 3c, to squeeze, compress between two, 
j^S, koong, 3c, a prawn. 

Those closed syllables in which the vowels are uttered witli the 
lips well opened are called nfi\oyS or open series and are indicated 
in the Dictionary by o. with the numeral marking the tone prefixed, 
as RS, kep, 3o, to be narrow, jdS, kong, 4o, a spinning wheel. 

Those closed syllables in which the vowel is uttered with the 
lips moderately open are called mediate series and are indicated 
in the Dictionary by m. with the numeral marking the tone 
prefixed, as BS, kip, 4m, to pick up or out. 

It will be seen from this that some combinations of vowels and 
consonants, admit of three series of tones, some of two series, while 
some, from their nature admit of only one series. 

The syllables which admit of only one series of tones, for the 
sake of uniformity in the system of notation adopted, are invari- 
ably marked in the Dictionary as belonging to the closed series, 
without reference to the inherent quantity of the vowel itself. 
These combinations are: 

J3| kah, ^^ kee, ^ koo, C/>^ kau, J^8 k5, vg^ kauk, J^S kaung, 
.go5 kaut, OoS kaun, j^S kaup, jdS or <o kaum, j^* kau-ai or koi, 



INTRODUCTION. 



11 



^1 kwah, jg] kyah, ^|^8 kyo, SJ^^ kyau, j^S kyauk, ^8 kyaung, 
.gjoS kyaut, ^\ krah, ^\ kwah, J^ kaii. 

Combinations which allow of two series of tones, the open and 
the closed are : 



jD^ kak, kak. 
/DoS kat, kat. 
jD(S kap, kap. 
ncS kow, k'ow. 
j^S kook, k5k. 
.ocS k-wee, k-way. 
^-^S koon, k5n. 
j^S koom, k5m. 
eS k-ay, k-e. 
SS keuk, keuk. 
.SoS keiit, keut. 
^6' keQp, keup. 
.^8 keu, ked. 
jgS &c. 
/gi^S &c. 
%^B &c. 
^8 &c. 



jdS kang, kang. 
jDoS kan, kan. 
j:>S kam, kam. 
j5 kam, kam. 
^8 koong, kong. 
,oo5 koot, kot. 
j^S koop, kop. 
^ koom, kom. 
^^ kai, k'ai. 
SS keung, keung. 
^-jS keun, ketln. 
SS keum, keum. 
jgS kyak, kyak. 
/gi>S kyook, kyok. 
^1^ kyeuk, kyeuk. 
.g^ kwak, kwak. 
g' kwai, kw'ai. 



Combinations which allow of three series of tones, closed, open 
and mediate are: 

BB keek, kyik, kek. 

BB keeng, kying, keng. 

BcB keet, kit, ket. 

^o5 keet, kit, ket. 

B'i^ keen, kin, ken. 

BS keep, kip, kep. 

BS keem, kim, kem. 

^8 keoo, keo, keow. 

S^B kyeek, kyik, kyek, &c. 

o keem, kim, kem. 
7. Two kinds of Couplets exist in the Shan language which 
Couplets. may be designated as Proper and Phonetic. 

1*^. Proper Couplets are those in which two words of the same 



1 INTRODUCTION. 

or related signification are used to express a single idea, as c8c, Ic, 
4o, to be good, cB lyiS, 5c, Ic, to arrest. This kind of Couplets 
has been treated in Chapter XIV of the Shan Grammar. 

2/i. Phonetic Couplets (.gdoiS] are syllables having no mean- 
ing in themselves, which are joined to a word for the sake of the 
additional sound that they produce. They are not in very fre- 
quent use and are confined principally to the conversation of old 
women and children. When they are employed, it is generally 
through the influence of anger, a desire for fun, or some feeling 
which seeks to express itself in a many-worded form. 

The Phonetic Couplet always has the same consonants as the 
syllable to which it is joined, the variation being only in the 
vowels employed. The vowel of the word which takes the couplet 
has an affinity for some one vowel or certain vowels and for no 
others. If it has an affinity for more than one vowel, generally 
some particular vowel is in more common use than the others. 

Thus the vowel in the syllable jd| kah, 3c, to be scarce, may 
be followed by the vowel , as /5|J3 kah kee. 

On the other hand kee, fie, to open, takes /?[ for a phonetic 
couplet, as .o/^i kee kah. 

yj) koo takes j3|. 

sS k-ay, k-e may take JD1,,S or cjd^, but JDj is the commonly 
used couplet, 

/j' kai, ka'i takes .o. 

C/5*| kau, may take JD|, .8, or sB, but o^ is the commonly used 
couplet. 

jd6 kang, jdS kang, ^5 keeng, S^S kying, ,gS kaung, may as 
words, attract to themselves syllables containing each other's 
vowels with one exception. SS kying of the mediate series may 
take as a couplet, syllables containing the other vowels of this 
group, but is itself never used as a phonetic couplet. Besides, 
.85 keeng of the closed series, when using >o8 as a phonetic 
couplet chooses that pronunciation of the syllable which belongs to 
the closed series, as joS kang and not kang; while SS kying or 
keng choose that pronunciation of the syllable which belongs to 
the oj>en series, as joS kang and not kang. 



INTRODUCrnON. 18 

Thus j:)S both in the closed series kang and in the open series 
kang may take 3S keeng ( the commonly used form ), keng, and 
j^8 kaung, as jd6^S kang keeng or kang keeng, jd83S kang keng 
or kang keng, and /jSjoS, kang kaung or icSng kaung. 

3S keeng usually takes 3S keng, as ^8^6 keeng keng, but 
may take jdS kang or jyS kaung. 

vSS kying usually takes joS kang, but may take SB keeng or 
J^S kaung. 

SS keng usually takes ^8 keeng, but may take jd8 kang or 
jdB kaung. 

j^S kaung usually takes BS keng, but may take /dS kang or 
S keeng. 

These remarks are true of all closed syllables ending in o5, '3$, 
S, and S. 

jsS kow, ko'w takes .88 keoo. 
Bo keoo takes jdo kow. 
SS keo, keow takes >o8 k'ow. 
jDcp k-vvee takes jd' kai. 
jDCp k-way takes -o' kai. 

.8s keung usually takes jdS kang, and J3S kefing takes J^S 
kang, but both may take Bb keeng, BS keng or jdS kaung. 

S kail takes ,8 kee. 

The couplet commonly taken by a word is indicated in the 
Dictionary by prefixing ( * j. 

A kind of double phonetic couplet is formed by using after 
the word an open syllable formed of its initial consonant and the 
vowel ee, and then repeating the word and its natural phonetic 
couplet. The open syllable is always of the third tone whatever 
may be the tone of the word itself, as ooB(So:)BcoB, hsook hsee 
hsook hsak, 5c, 3c, 5c, 5c, coc8cg.Sc6.S, lauk lee lauk lek, 4c, 
So, 4sc, 4o. 

In compound substantive and verbal forms, the phonetic coup- 
let is separated from its principal word by the repetition of the 
first syllable of the compound word, as w.S.88, m^k keng 2o, 4o, 
a tamarind, becomes Jb,8SiDjoS, mak keng mak kang. 8'>^g^ 



14. INTRODUCTION. 

pin hoo, Im, 4c, to have holes, becomes 89Scjj.8^|p] pin hoo pin 
hah, Im, 4c, lui, 4c. 

It may be that these phonetic couplets are the empty signs of dead 
words, but I incline to think, that they have grown out of the tonal 
character of the language to supply a demand for a slightly more 
emphatic form of expression than any afforded by simple words. 

8. The Shan language has absorbed a large number of words 

Foreign words. from foreign sources. 

1st. The Burman. Only those words of Burman origin 
which are domesticated in the language, sls it is used in the Shan 
principalities, have been recognized in the Dictionary. Among 
the Shan immigrants of Burma the use of Burman words in a Shan 
form is much more extensive than in the Shan country. The 
absorption of such a large number of Burman words is due prin- 
cipally to the influence of the Burman conquest, through which, 
Burman officials were stationed in all parts of the Shan country for 
many years. In many border principalities, like Yawnghwe, 
Burman onlv is taught in the monasteries and hence is slowly 
superseding the Shan. 

9,nd. The Pali. The number of Pali words is very large. 
These have been introduced through the sacred books of Bud- 
dhism. Only a part of the words met with in various Shan books 
examined by the writer, have been inserted. In most cases, the 
definition given by the Revd. Dr. Judson in his Burman and Eng- 
lish Dictionary, lias been followed, because the writer has no 
critical knowledge of the Pali language. The Burman form of 
the Pali word has always been inserted after the Shan form, in 
order that there might be no difficulty in the identification of the 
word. Oi casionally differences exist in the Shan transliteratioB 
of Burmese and Pali words, but they are confined mostly to the 
interchange of the liquids 00, Q , and CO. 

Srd. The Chinese. Few words in use among the central 

and southern Shan principalities are derived from this language; 
but in the principalities which border on China, words have been 
absorbed in the same manner and for the same reason as in prin- 
cipalities bordering on Burma. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 15 



n. noun. 

pr. pronoun. 

pr. a. pronominal adjective. 

a. adjective. 

a. aux. adjective auxiliary. 
V. verb. 

adv. adverb. 

prep, preposition. 

conj. conjunction. 

int. interjection. 

V. part, verbal particle. 

num. numeral. 

trans, transitive. 

intrans. instransitive. 

fig. figuratively. 

pron. pronounced. 

1. natural tone. 

2. grave tone. 

3. straight- forward tone. 

4. high tone. 

5. emphatic tone. 

6. circumflex, lowering slightly at the end. 
c. closed series. 

o. open series. 
m. mediate series. 
C. S. Chinese Shan. 
K. Khamti. 

b. used in books only. 



SHAN DICTIONARY. 



O. 



The first letter of the Shan Alphabet, and the first Consonant in 
the class of gutturals. 

X3, 5c, n. *^,5c, anything slimy, ropy, mucilaginous ; drool, 
spittle flowing from the mouth. 

c5o5, 5c, 3c, V. to drool, to hang in long ropy threads, as any 
viscous substance lifted up. 

oocEi 5c, 2c, V. the same, also to drop slowly, as a ropy sub- 
stance. 

CO* 5c, 5c, V. to run down, as a mucilaginous substance, to flow 

without breaking. 
<:S, 5c, 4c, V. the same. 

co', 5c, Ic, V. to water at the mouth. 

dO, 5c, V, *R, 5c, to trade, traffic, buy and sell. 

ooScS^i^y' -aSS, 5c, ^, 3c, 2o, lo, V. to trade from one bazaar 

to another. 
S>'4&, 5c, Ic, V. to earn one's living by trade. 
>'3^, 5c, 2c, V. to trade in merchandise, sometimes edibies cmly, 
jd'>8jdo8'jS, 5c, 2c, 5c, Ic, v. the same. 
"oSjdcSS, 5c, 4c, 5c, 4m, v. to trade in clothing. 
', 5c, lo, V. to trade, sell or exchange goods. 
v^cdooS, 5c, lo, 4c, 2o, f. to go to one maricet after another 

for trade. 

'og'O^f , 5c, lo, 4c, Ic, V. to trade by going together in com- 

pany. 

''oSjooS, 5c, lo, 4c, Ic, V. to trside in partnership. 

"o'o^c^jcy^S, 5c, lo, So, Ic, v. to trade either in partnership, or 

by going together in a company. 

'^j>9S, 5c, lo. So, Ic, V. the sam^. 



>4 



"^^SocoS, 5c, 3c, 5c, 3c, v. to trade regularly betwe^i certain 

places. 

CO, 5c, 4c, V. to sell at a loss. 

c8o^8, 5c, 3c, 5c, lo, n. to trade here and there. 

c^S/JC^?, 5c, 2c, 5c, 4-0, t>. to trade by raft. 

SScSSS-s^S, 5c, 40, 3c, 4o, lo, v. to trade from one country to 

another. 
So5, 5c. 3o, V. to sell with profit. 

co'jDcS, 5c, 3c, 5c, 4o, v. to trade in small quantities of goods, 

tjSjDCoS, 5c, 2c, 5c, lo, V. to trade in large quantities of goods, 

with much capital invested. 
c8S, 5c, lo, V. to traffic by means of carts. 

co6oo8c88, 5c, 3c, 3c, 49n, r>. to go about and trade, far or 

near and carrying niore or less goods. 
o8oo, 5c, 4ic, 2o, V. to trade by caravan. 

88, 5c, 4>o, V. to trade by boat. 

jD^, 4c, V. *.SS, 4c, to stutter, stammer. 

- S, 4c, Ic, V. to make a confused noise in one's sleep, /n>f^, 

4c, Ic. 
j>R, 5c n. the bits of a bridle. 
, 5c, 5c, n. the same. 

>S, 2o, n, *BS, 2c, a bamboo or wooden spoon xised in cooking. 
^-^f "Se, 2o, 5c, 3c, Ic, n. a spoon-shaped eajvpick. 
6^'Se, 2o, 4o, 3c, Ic, n. a straight, flat ear^ick. 
'oo5*Sc, 2q, 5o, 3c, Ic, i, an ear-pick. 
5, 2o, 3o, n, a fork. 

o^, 2o, 3c, 71. (K.) vide, /D^co'i', 2o, 4c. 
caof*, 2o, 4c, n. a k^. 

c5o'88, 2o, 4o, 4o, ft, an oar, xnde o5<5o', 3o, 4o, iti/req, 

g^, 2o, 4c, n, a ladle, XiS^S, 2o, 4c. 

coSy 2o, 4o, n. a foric of any kind or ^xt^Jreq, jd5^co6, 2o, 
3o, 4o; g.SooS, 3o, 4o. 

o5, 2o, 3o, n. a flat wooden spoon need in cooking, 

oJS, 2o, 4c, n. a ladle, iog, 2o,^ 
j:)S/yji, 2o, 2o, adv. tolerably haid, ^cS, 2o. 
/iScoS, 2o, 2o, ado. longer than is proper^ ooS 4o. 



oS 3 

JO 5/) 5, So, So, adv. ^>^th a loud, harsh, sudden sound. 

joS, So, n. xnde J^S, So. 

joSjoa], 2c, 5c, Ic, n. the weight at the end of a plumb line. 

o6co8, 2c, 2c, V. to be restless, constantly moving about without 

reason. 
jo6, Ic, V. (C.S. and K.) to labor under absence or confusion of 

mind, vide ^8, Ic. 
JO 6, Sc, V. *BS, 3c. to put up a barrier ; to cover or put up the 

side of a house or room ; cSdtjdS, 1c,3c, a wall, partition : 

(K.) jdS, Ic. 
"O^, 3c, Sc, V. to separate one thing f|^om another by setting 

up a barrier, as a boundary between two pieces of land. 

co^, 3c, 2c, V. to separate by putting up something, as a tem- 

porary partition. 
ooS, 3c, Sc, V. to carry an open umbrella, to cover with an 

' umbrella. 
c'[jdSoo|, Sc, Sc, Sc, Ic, v. to refrain from looking at through 

dislike. 
Sep, 3c, So, V. to cover the side of a building with boards or 

make a partition of them. 
-6o\, 3c, Ic, V. to cover the side of a house ; (K.) 6o\f, Ic, 

4c. 

CO, Sc, 4o, V. to screen from the wind, to keep off the wind; 

(K.) oj, Ic, 3o. 

o', Sc, 5c, V. to put up a barrier or partition. 

98, Sc, 5c, V. to fence, enclose in any manner. 

e?, Sc, 5o, V. to make a barrier for sheltering something or 

debarring from entrance. 
/dS, 4c, V. *BS, 4c, to be benumbed from cold; to be numb from 

the effects of disease. 
cg/3S'>^8, 4c, Sc, 4c, lo, V. to partially coagulate, as broth 

when cooled. 
>Sjd\, 4c, 2c, n. (o8lB.), the Ganges. 
jO S^S, 4c, 4c, n. the name of the vowel sign ^, as in S. 
joS, lo, n. *JiS Ic, the middle; prep, in the midst of. 
Bo, lo, Im, n. the midst of the jungle or wilderness, as, Sj:>S 



4 x>6 

cS-jSjdS^S, 4c, lo, 2o, lo, Im, to be in the midst of the 
jungle. 

c6, lo, Ic, n. the inmost mind, the real opinion. 

ooS, lo, 4o, ru the middle of a road. 

ooSeSoo', lo, 5c, 3c, 3c, n. the inmost mind, the inner part of 

tlie body. 

o-sS, lo, 3o, n. the open space in a village. 

jdS, lo, n. a watch house, sentry post, co/>S, 5c, lo. 

jdS, lo, V. *SB, Ic, to set a trap, take measures to entrap ; to 

hold, restrain, as one person holds back another from going; 

to detain, keep from going; to put away a wife without 

divorcing her; n. a trap. 
"B^, lo, 4c, V. to set a trap. 
c, lo, lo, V. to block up, as a way or passage. 

00^, lo, ^, V. to entrap, catch in a trap. 
ocS, lo, 5o, V. to entrap, catch birds. 
CO*, lo, 3c, V. to entrap, catch in a trap. 

88, lo, 5o, V. the same as jdS'S^, lo, 4c. 
jd8, lo, V. (K.) to be wide, broad, vide jdS, 3o. 
JDS', lo, 3c, n. evening, (from jdS, lo, the middle.?) 
/)S'^'>S, lo, 4c, n. night. 

-c8B, lo, 4c, 4c, z;. to be late in the night. 

jdScS, lo, lo, adv. with a howling sound, as when a dog is beaten. 

/jS-a^, lo, Ic, n. morning. 

jdSco', lo, lo, adv. bare, naked, open, aSjOOJsSoo', 2c, lo, lo, to 

be bare, destitute of, useless, irresponsiWe. 
JsSo'^S, lo, 4c, n. the sun; day from sunrise to sunset. 

/5Scg5, lo, 4c, 3c, 3c, V. to form a halo around the sun. 

"6, lo,4c,3c, V. to be late in the day; to shut in as evening. 

"88, lo, 4c, lo, V. to shine with intense heat, used of the sun. 

'Q'i^, lo, 4c, 3c, tJ. to be forenoon; n, the forenoon. 

-co', lo, 4c, 5o, r. to be afternoon; n. the afternoon. 

-c8S, lo, 4c, 3m, f . to be noon; n. noon, noonday. 

00 .8, lo, 4c, 4o, V. to set as the sun; to be sunset; n. sunset. 

^oo^o^, lo, 4c, 4o, lo, V. to have disappeared as the sun behind 

the horizon. 



/)S 5 

JoSoSopJ8c6^, lo, 4k;, 4<o, 5c, 5c, w. to be partially dark at twilight; 

n. the evening twilight. 
00^08, lo, 4, 4o, 2c, , to be hidden, as the settiiig stm 

behind a mountain, while its rays strike distant objects seen 

by the observer who is in the shadow. 

c^SoDiS*, lo, 4c, 4c, 4c, v. to form a halo around the sun. 

*oS, lo, 4c, 2o, v, to have an eclipse of the sun, also oSo^ 

ooS, lo, 4c, 2o. 

c^, lo, 4c, 4o, 4m, v, to form a halo around the sun, infreq. 

co|, lo, 4c, 3c, f. to be late in the forenoon; to be late for 

an appointmenL 

c8S, lo, 4c, lo, . to be late in the afternoon; xnde c88, lo. 

cSSgS, lo, 4c, lo, 2c, V. the same as ^80^00^06, lo, 4c, 

4o, -^c. 

oo5, lo, 4c, 2o, V. vide j:>SooSucS, lo, 4c, 2o. 

^qS, lo, 4c, 3o, t;. to be mild in the heat of its rays, as the 

svm in the cold season, or late in the afternoon. 

. /s^S, lo, 4c, 2c, V. to rise as the sun; to be sunrise; n, sunrise. 

joSco|, lo, Ic, n. a child, not the firstborn. 

jdS^S, lo, lo, n. the expanse of heaven; (K.) 085^8, lo, 4o. 

oScSd, lo, lo, lo, 5c, 71. the same. 

J>S^ 2o, n. (K. and C.S.) a bar used for fastening by placing in 

a hole, vide 3'iS, 2o. 
jnh, 2o, n. *^8, 2c, a bow; a cross-bow for shooting. 
j^, 2o, lo, n. a one-stringed bow, whether a cross-bow or an 

ordinary bow. 
nSj^'i^, 2o, lo, Ic, n. a two-stringed bow. 

-s|8S, 2o, Ic, lo, n. a cross-bow of great tension. 

'[oS8, 2o, Ic, lo, n. a fabulous bow, used by supernatural 

beings. 
JO 8 08, 2o, 4c, n. more freq. written "o8gS, 2o, 4c. 
/>S, 2o, V. (C.S.) to be wide, vide ^S, 3o. 
jdS, So, n. (K. and C. S.) the sambur, vide voS, lo. 
/58, 3o, n. *SiS, 3c, the white-eyelid monkey, c88jd8, 4c. 3o. 
J06, 3o, n. the bony parts of a fish, as jd6o|, So, Ic, the bones 

of a fish. 



6 />o5oo||ci3 

jyScS, So, So, adv. with the flesh very much shrunk, shrifdled, 

c^ Ic. 
jo, 4o, n. *SSf 4c, the lower jaw, chin. 

"SS, 4o, lo, n. a stiffiiess of the jaw from cold or otherwise. 
6, 4o, So, n. a curved chin. 

a:>8x>o', 4o, 2c, 4o, Ic, . to chatter, as with cold. 

cooSco^co^, 4o, 2c, 5c, 5c, d. to ciiatter with the teeth. 

38, 4o, 4o, n. a triangle of wood, airanged with a plumb line, 

used to ascertain the perpendicularity of posts. 
jdS, 4o, v. *3S, 4<c, (c>88 B.) to be free from; to be exempt from. 

/d', 4o, Ic, r). to be far removed from. 

CO 8, 4io, 2o, r. to be free from filth, material or moral. 
00808 SooS^oS, 4o, 4c, Sm, 4c, 4fO, r>. to be entirely free from ; 
to be relieved from. 

cx>'S, 4o, lo, V. to be removed, freed from; to become separated 

firom. 

cooS, 4o, Sc, V. ( odSscooS B.) to be at liberty, free, iree from; 

trans, to deliver, free from. 
jySoc^, 4o,4c, V. (ooSscBi B.) to reconnoitre. 
U08, 60, n. *SS, 5c, the chief of a village, ij^j^oBS, 2c, 5o, 2c, 5c. 
jo6, 5o, n. *^, 5c, a stage or frame erected for any purpose; 

higher rank officially or socially. 
jO^S, 5o, 4o, n. a frame or cross for suspending or crucifying 

criminals. 
>g, 5o, 3c, n. a stand for guns. 

'><f<5o', 5o, Ic, 4c, n. a staging erected for firing rockets. 

cS^S, 5o, 4o, n. a staging or frame for stacking straw. 

006", 5o, 2o, n. a stand for hanging swords, always placed near 

a person of rank. 
/>o6, 5c, 2o, V. (K.) to sneeze, vide "Sco, 3c, lo. 
joo8, 5c, 4o, n. (ooo^CT? P.) one kind of jSucooS, 2c, 5c, 4o, the 

practice of which endues a person with miraculous power. 
jOCcS, 5c, 4o, n. (oooD^l B.) a native of Kathay or Munnipoor. 
jXoS, 6c, 4o, V. (K. and C.S.) to cackle as a hen, vide "Soo^, 3c, 

2o. 
jOo5oooicS, 3c, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. ^cx>gDCj5s8B.) tar. 



^x^ 7 

iOo5cSo|, Sc, Sc, 2c, n. (ODg^ol B,) vdret, more freq. written 

oSc8o\. 
jDo5, 4c, V. *ScB, 4c, to be cold, cool. 
8cS8cS, 4c, 4o, 4o, f. to be rather cold. 

c^cScpC"^, 4c, Ic, Im, 4c, tJ. to be quiet, happj; to be in a 

pleasant state of mind; to be cool. 

c^cScpcS, 4c, Ic, Im, Ic, v. the same, 

DD'Soo5'>c8, 4c, 2c, 4c, lo, V. to have diilb. 

jOoSS^So, 4c, 2c, 5c, 5c, v. to have violent chills preceding 

fever; also ^S^S, 3c, 3c. 

c^So^6'c^ScoS, 4c, Ic, 2c, Ic, 3o, z). to be chilled to die 

bone. 

'?ic8, 4c, lo, f . to be very cold so that one his chills ; to be 

cold preceding a fever; sometimes the same as ooS^cSttcS, 
4c, lo, lo. 

>c8<pp, 4c, lo, lo, t>. to be very cold. 

^c8<^c^ODoSco6, 4c, lo, lo, 2c, 3o, ti. to be intensely cold, so as 

to produce trembling and numbness. 

3^0^6*^008, 4c, 4c, 2c, 4c, 3o, n. vide joo5c^So^c^5co8, 4c, 

Ic, 2c, Ic, 3o. 

o8cp, 4c, Im, u. to be quiet, happy, free from outward troubles; 

n. happiness, ease, rest, "^^Ol* 4o, 2o. 
C06, 4c, 3o, V. to be very cold. 
cS, 4c, Ic, V, to be agreeably cool or cold. 

c3 jDoSc, 4c, Ic, 4c, 4o, V. the same. 

ooS, 4c, V. *ScS, 4c, to bite, bite off, stronger than '^S, 4o, 
or JDtS, 3o; to grind the teeth together. 

3o5, 4c, 2o, V. to bite off. 

BS, 4c, 5m, V. to crush with a grinding motion of the teeth. 

SSjdoScSd'^S, 4c, 3m, 4c, 4c, v. to grind, gnash the teeth, 
ooS/J], 4c, 3c, ijit. fortunate ! used when a person escapes an evil; 

frequently used with the negative ;, 2c, jdoSjD]^^], 4c, 

Sc, 2c, 2c. 
oo5jdS, 4c, 4o, v. (K.) to swing, stir up, agitate, vide .g', Ic 
ooS, 5c, v, *BcS, 5c, to be clever, able, accomplished; to be proof 

against a weapon or biaw, to be charmed. 



joo^oS, 5c, Sc, V. to he proof against a ncnket ball ixoder the 

influence of a charm. 
-oaS, 5c, Ic, V. to be clever, skHlfol, quiek-vitted. 
-o^SjooSo', 5c, Ic, 5c, 4c, v. the same. 
"gb, 5c, 2c, i>. to be very clever, able, accomplished. 
"g "SS, 5c, 2c, 3o, V. the same. 

8o5, 5c, Sc, r. to be proof against the cot of a knife. 

:oS, 5c, 2o, V. to be proof against the cut of a sword. 

j:>o5ooo, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. (ooooog P.) the third Buddh of this cjcle. 

x>o5 log TOSS'S], 5c, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. (odq^oooc^ P.) a certain excres- 
cence which grows on the leaves of trees aad is laed for 
medicine. 

jOoS, 2o, n. *3cS, 2c, a market, bazaar, mart; (K.) 4c. 
ooJdco*, 2o, 4o, 3c, n. a bazaar in which articles are rettiiled 
in small quantities, as the women's bazaar in the Shan States. 

cS-iS, 2o, 2c, V. to break into coofosion, as peoj^ in a bazaar 

through some exciting cause. 

<5c8S, 2o, 3o, 4c, n. the women's bazaar, held in early morning 
on a bazaar day, composed for the most part of women oikly, 
the trade being generally by barter. 

J5C^, 2o, V. (C.S.) vide wgo5, 2o. 

jt>o6, 3o, V. *S ^, 3c, (oooS B.) to be difiGcult, to be adverse to, 
to be at cross purposes, to hinder, to oppose, less than i?^, 
5o, which implies the use of force, sometimes used with y, 
5o, as cx)'[s6^(j ^jDo5, 2c, Ic, 3c, 5o, 3c, 3o, let nothing hin- 
der. 

i^ 00 /Jo^oSoS, 3o, So, 8o, 3c, v. to ^ve an unwilling mind, as 
a person compelled to stop in the midst of work. 

J3C^, 5c, 5c, n. (oc8 P.) a promise, word pledged. 

j3oScoi, 5c, 5c, 3m, 2c, n. ( oogoP.) an engagement, proDMse, 

oa . 
co5, 5c, 5c, 2o, V. ( y ^^0 ^ ^ faithful, steadfast to <e*g 
word. 

>$, 5c, 5c, 3c, r. to be faithful, firm in one's word. 

wsS, 5c, 5c, 2o, r. to be faithful, true to one's word, 
8cS, 5c, 5c, 3o, V. the same. 



JD 



C>S 



JDcBo?, 5c, 5c, 5c, V. to break a promise or pledge. 

jsqS*, 5c, 5c, 2c, 4c, jy. to break a promise or pledge, to be 
faithless. 

/)c8, 5c, 5c, n. ^oc6 P.) transition to another state of existence ; 
oSS^jDcSj^loj^, 5c, 3c, 5c, 5c, 3c, 4c, the five signs accompany- 
ing this transition. To the departing soul (^a j the vision of 
smoke and flame indicates that hell is its destination ; (h) 
the vision of green leaves or foliage indicates that it will 
become a beast ; (c) the vision of flesh and blood indicates 
that it will become a man; (a) the vision of palaces and the 
sound of pagoda bells indicate that it will go to the nat 
country; (e) the vision of filthy water indicates a rebirth 
in the form of maggots* &c., in corrupted matter, vide 00j3c8, 
5c, 5c, 5c, and oooc8, 5c, 5c, 5c. 

ncr^S, 5c, 4c, V. (K.) to toss up flour that the unground kernels 
of grain may be removed, vide co5, 5o. 

jDop8, 5c, 4c, n. (co(Bt B.j the musk cai; musk. 

J ^^' ^C' '^' ^^^^ 1*^' ^* ^^^ same. 

jDooiS, 5c, 5c, V, (K.) to jerk, vide "SooB, 3c, 5c. 

J3c88, 5c, 2c, n. (^oodBS B.) the sacred period of the year when 

the priests' garments are made and presented with certain 

ceremonies; cS'aS/jcSS, lo, 5c, 2c, the twelfth month, cS'jc 

oS6'cg8, lo, 4c. Ic. 
/jsS, Ic, n. (K.) a place, vide jd|, 3c; ('C.S.) 2c. 
c^, Ic, 3c, adv. (K.) below, beneath. 
*8o, Ic, 4o, adv. (K.j above. 
jD'jS, Ic, v. *Si'3^, Ic, to head off"; to shut off from any way of 

escape; to surround, as a large body of troops surrounds a 

small one, or persons an animal in catching it in order to 

prevent its escape. 
^S, Ic, V. part, verbal affix, denoting union of action, together. 
J^?^, 2c, n, (odS B.^ Virgo, the sixth sign of the Zodiac, 
JO^, 2c, a. *S^'^, 2c, plucky, stouthearted; stubborn, obstinate; 

tenacious of life, ^oSc^/s-sS, 4m, Ic, 2c, be plucky, 
^6, 2c, lo, a. the same. 
/3cp], 2c, 2c, n. (i^g^o B.J a virgin, oo^cSSoaS. 3c, 4c, io. 



10 x>^ 

jDoSootSo, 2c, 80, (^or 3c,) 5c, (o^g P.) an infaior nat which 

inhabits and guards the base of the Myenmo mountain, in 

concert with other orders of fabulous beings. 
/y>Soo|OD, 2c, 2c, 5c, n. (od^^^ P*) any extensive place difficult 

to pass, as a place haunted by robbers, a desert. 
X>^Coo^, 2c, 4c, V. ^oo^cooo B.) to treat reverently, as an <^d 

person; to beg pardon. 
jD^ScSS, 2c, lo, adv. (C.S.) above, vide j:>\'s^, 8c, Id. 
jD'sS, 3c, V. *S'3^, 3c, to be prevented from natural action, as the 

breath, or as a tree in its growth by the boring of insects; 

to retain one's temper under provocation, uS^, 5o. 
'oSjd^S'^o, 3c, 3c, 3c, 5c, t;. to be destitute of food, as in time 

of war. 
"o, 3c, 2o, V. to bear patiently; to forbear. 
c6, 3c, Ic, t^. to retain one's temper under provocation. 
cSj:>9Sc'o'J', 3c, Ic, 3c, 4c, v. the same. 
c6^, 3c, Ic, 4m, V. to repress one's feelings and continue to 

work or act. 
ooSBS, 3c, 4o, Ic, V. to starve one's self. 

c^^, 3c, 3c, V. to control one's self so as to refrain from weeping. 
/3o8, 3c, Ic, V. to hold one's self in check, to restrain one's self, 

to bear quietly. 
/y3^, 4c, n. *3'>S, 4c, the handle of an instrument. 

co^coj, 4c, 3c, 2c, n. the stick of the triangular shaped flag 

used for an offering. 
ceo, 4c, 3c, n. the same. 
cpS, 4c, 3c, n. an vunbrella handle. 

o5, 4c, 3o, n. the handle of a tattooing iron. 
' 8o5, 4c, 3c, n. a knife handle. 

8o5, 4c, 4m, n. a fishing rod, 

<^^i3^oSo5, 4c, 2o, 4c, 4c, n. a piston or an3rthing of the 
kind. 

coS, 4c, 2o, n. the handle of a sword. 

oS-S^^S, 4c, 3o, 3c, 3c, n. vide co'SJ^S, 3o, Sc, 8c 
' oScSy, 4c, 3o, 4o, n. the handle of an oar. 

c88, 4c, 4o, n. the same as JD-aSccxJ, 4c, 2o. 



jo^S 11 

i0^8o5, 4rc, 4m, n. vide jd'sSSoS, 4c, 4m, a post with a revol'/ing 
ro4 on the top for fastening animals; a well sweep. 

8cS, 4c, 4o, n. the handle of a spool used when winding on 
thread. 

8cScco^, 4c, 4o, 3c, n. the spindle of a spool; also, jd^Scco'T, 
4c, 3c. 

8, 4c, 4c, n. the handle of a fan, 

(ji^JB, 4c, 2c, n. the handle of a spear. 

^>S'g^, 4c, 4c, n. (K.) a flag offered in worship; (^C.S.) 5c, Ic, 

vide OD-g^S, 4c, 2c. 
iD-^SoS, 4c, 3o, Tu ^oo^dSB.) an iron style, also written jd^S 

cpo5, 4c, 3o. 
^5^oo|, 4c, 2c, n. ^o^ P.) smell, scent. 

-^S, 4c, 2c, 2o n. (^ <^ B.) odor smelled. 

ooo5oo9C, 4c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. ( ooooi F<) odor smelled. 

j^'^, 5c, V. *B'i^, 5c, to wrestle; to struggle together; to force a 

a woman, ravish. 
So'3^j^S, 5c, 3c, 5c, 5o, V. the same as j:>'^nS, 5c, 5o. 

jd, 5c, 5o, V. to make great exertion to overcome a difficulty. 
cSS/JoScol, 5c, 5m, 5c, 5c, v. to wrestle; to fight. 

<^c6S, 5c, 3c, 4c, V. to ravii^, commit a rape, a/*o j:>Sc6c8, 

5c, 3o, 4c. 

^o6, 5c, 4m, V. same as jd^/JiS, 5c, 5o. 
8o5/3'c^'[, 5c, 4m, 5c, Ic, v. the same. 

jys^, lo, n. *B'3^, Ic, a work, business, employment in particular; 

oo6^<^, 4o, 4m, work in general. 
coS, lo, 4o, n. the same. 
jDaS, lo, V. vide ^^, lo, infreq. 
JDS, 2o, V. *B'3^, 2c, (^co^ B.) to kick, to oppose, thwart with 

words, as jd-^S^, 2o, 4o. 
JD^S, 2o, or lo, V. to remove some plants from a place that has 

too many, for the purpose of filling vacant places; to make 

cuttings for the purpose of rooting. 
/y>S, 3o, n. *vS'>8, 8c, a stem, stalk, as of a leaf; a bundle of 

sticks or stems bound together for some purpose, as a torch. 

coT, 3o, 4c, n. the neck. 



jD-^Sc-o^^^, So, 4c, 2o, n. a wooden collar used on the neck of an 

animal. 
CO, So, 8c, n. a torch. 
CO^S, So, lo, n. the rib of a sugar palm leaf. 

oo', So, Ic, n. the beam of a plwigh, also jys^cc^ 4o, Ic 

c5b', So, 4c, n. a torch made of a bundle of stic^. 

oo^. So, Sc, n. the stalk aad skeleton of the tobacco leaf; the 

same chopped fine for smoking. 
j>o8, 4o, n, *3^, 4c, a yoke or cross piece ; a pole across the 

shoulders for suspending two baskets. 
"^^gS, 4<o, 5o, 4o, n, the lever which raises the pestle of a rice 

mortar. 
coooj, 4o, lo, Ic, n. a bamboo pole having three joints only; 

a constellation of three stars. 
00 S, 4o, 2o, n. \he. cross piece on an animal's back from which 

the panniers are suspended. 

co', 4o, Ic, n. vide ^d^Sco', So, Ic. 

8, 4o, 4c, n. the rod from which a gong is suspended. 

co', 4o, 4c, n. the yard or beam of a balance or a pair of scales, 

(^S, 4o, 2o, n. the pole that a cooly uses when carrying two 

baskets or bundles. 
J3'>c, 4o, V. Rq^, 4c, to creep on all fours. 

cScS^^I^, 4o, 2c, Ic, 2c, V. the same. 

CO, 4o, Ic, V. to push one's self along. 

yD^^S, 5o, Ti. .SoS, 5c, vide O'^, 5o, a small bar, cdo, So. 

co'jS, 5o, So, n. f'oo^co^B.) the same. 

xj-a?, 5o, n. *.SS, 5c, (no^ B.) brimstone, sulphur. 

0C, 5o, i\ &^, 5c, to break away from, as a branch from a 

tree, or the side from a mountain in a landshdc; to retreat, 

withdraw, as before an enemy. 

0^1 V 5o, Ic, Ic, V. to become rough about the finger nails, used 

with 3^, 4c. 

cr^^, 5o, 4o, V. to break and fall, as a rotten branch. 
y-jccoyw, 5o, So, 4c, 3o, v. to lose in a contest. 

iara8, 5o, Ic, v. trans, to break off, as the branch of a tree. 
/D-^oc, 5c, 4o, n. (^octoSt B.j a numeral figure, sometimes -csoS, 



JD(S 18 

JDOC^, 5c, 2c, n. focnoB.) rice boiled with milk. 

jdSS, 3c, 2c, w. *jd<So\, 3c, 2c, (^008 P. ) to serve a priest in any- 
thing which it is not lawful for him to do. 

^, 3c, 2c, 4c, n. a person who lives at a kyoung, but is 
neither a priest nor a novitiate. 

C|oo'[cuD'[, 3c, 2c, 5c, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. ^od8oo)oood P.) one who 
supplies all the wants of a priest. 

)S, 4c, V. *BS, 4c, to join, unite; to mend a breach, close a 
hole, j^j^SochSj^sS, 4c, 4c, 4c, Ic; to compose rythmically, 
make poetry; n. a joint, or place of anything united ; a 
sheath, envelope, as the sheath of a knife ; any trap arranged 
so that two parts spring together, as &oSjo<S'jo8oc^, 4m, 4, 
lo, 5o, to set a trap, take measures to entrap a bird; adv. 
together with, as S'sS'^SjdSSoS, Ic, 3c, 4c, 4c, to eat rice 
and curry; prep, to pertain to, as ^oS^yixSff^dBS, 4m, 4o, 
4c, 3o, 4c, to sing abcmt a woman. 

jD'>Sooj&^, 4c, Ic, 4o, Ic, V. to place one after another in 
succession; to sit or stand close together. 

/>, 4c, 4o, V. to place side by side. 

jD^^>S, 4c, 2o, Ic, V. to place one upon another; to siag alter- 
nately. 

086*, 4c, 2c, V. to lengthen by joining. 

088, 4c, 3c, V. to join in a straight manner, the opposite of 

j:>S6:>^, 4c, 5o. 
cS, 4c, 2c, V. to join; to insert something in order to join two 

tilings. 
085, 4c, 4o, V. to put together, compare. 

60', 4c, 5o, V. to join crosswise, disigonally. 

cJo'cSd', 4c, 5o, 5o, v. to join in a very ctosswkc manner. 

8o5, 4c, 3c, n. the sheath of a knife. 

cc', 4c, 4c, n. a wooden case for carrying small scales. 

036*, 4c, 2o, n. the sheath of a sword. 

j^, 5c, V. '^SS, 5c, to be tight, not loose, to be so tight as to be 

difficult to insert or withdraw. 
^8ooS^'>c'[i, 5c, 2c, 3o, 2c, 4c, v. to be full, crowded as a 

village. 



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jD^'cg, 5c, Ic, V. to be harassed, troubled in mind. 

08/36*0, 5c, Ic, oc, 4o, V. to be completely filled. 
j:>6'/)', 5c, 5o, adv. instantly. 

J0<S 2o, n. *3S, 2c, the sheath which envelopes a sprout, as of 
bamboo; the petal of some kinds of flowers, as the lily; the 
husk of maize; shell of a prawn. 

OOvS, 2o, lo, n. the sheathlike extremity of the stalk of a sugar 

palm leaf, by which it is attached to the trunk of the tree. 

'>c'[, 2o, Ic, n. the sheath of the large bamboo. 

S, 2o, 2c, n. an onion skin. 

28, 2o, 3o, n. a butterfly of any kind, also jd(S88, 2o, 3o. 

28oo|0^8, 2o, 3o, Ic, lo, n. a butterfly of unusual size having 

a large s]X)t on each wing. 

^8, 2o, 3o, n. vide jd(9^8, 2o, 3o. 

c8, 2o, 3c, n. a cowry. 

s^, 2o, 5o, n. the arm pit; viore freq. 55c?, 2c, 5o. 

isSScS, 2o, 3o, 4o, n. a bivalvular shell-fish, as a muscle or 

oyster. 
.ogScS, 2o, 3c, 4o, n. the same. 
>iS, 2o, n. (^C.S.) a finger nail, vide 286', 5m. 

c8cS88, 2o, 5m, 4c, n. ^C.S.) the same, znde '>86'88, 5m, 4c. 
/36'co'[, 2o, 3c, n. a merlon, that part of a parapet lying between 

two embrasures. 
iD6', 3o, n. *jiS, 3c, fcoS B.) a period of time, an age. 

coo^s, 3o, lo, 4c, n. the three evil periods, viz., oo^S^/s-jSooq 

JD^, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 3o, cci^jd^ 00006', 4c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 3o, 
ODoSoo'Sooc|/36, 3c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 3o. 

c8o|, 3o, 2c, 4c, n. the four periods, viz., o5oo5oojd62c, 5c, 

5c, 3o, cbocScoco\(j:>S, 2c, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, 3o, 8oo5oo/d6, 

5c, 5c, 5c, 3o, 8oo5oocx)'[d8jD6, 5c, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, 3o, which 

compose one grand cycle. 
/aQODSc^o^, 3o, 5c, 2c, 2c, 5c, n. (^oocx)cljgogoo6 B.) one of the 

four cardinal periods which constitute a grand p)eriod. 
/)6, 3o, n. a texture made of split bamboo. 
C^cooo', 80, 80, 2c, 4c, n. a place prepared near the fire for a 

woman after childbirth. 



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jo<?, 3o, V. *BS, Sc, to hold between the teeth ; (K. and C. S.) 

to bite with the teeth. 
"O^, 3o, 4o, V. the same. 

^(S, 3o, V. *SS, 3c, (od;9 B.) to offer (to a priest). 
j:><S, 3o, v. *B6, 3c, (006* B.) to join, unite; to adhere to, take 

refuge in for good or evil. 
c8/3<S'co', 3o, 3c, 3o, 4o, v. to put up a notice in some public 

place. 
jDiSoDCcS, 4o, 5c, 2c, n. (K.) the armpit, vide 5ScS, 2c, 5o. 
/JCOO^JDC^, 5c, 2c, 5c, 2o, adv. (oocc5oo^ B.) contemptuously, 

tavmtirgly. 
/xCaSjdoBjS, 5c, 4c, 5c, 4o, adv. unevenly, in a hopping manner. 

as a dog going on three legs. 
jotjDco, 5c, 4c, 5c, 4c, adv. the same. 
j:>ojdo5, 5c, 5c, 3o, n. (ooC)no8 P.) Cancer, the fourth sign of the 

Zodiac. 
/jooS, 5c, 3o, n. a Shan paper mat, used for a bed, jocooS, 5c, 3o, 

infreq. 
uDftoS, 5c, 3o, V. to slip, as a supporting beam from its position; 

to glance, as a bullet from a surface, jdcooS, 5c, 3o. 
/5OIOI0D, 5c, 2c, 2c, 5c, n. faoGpoloDP.) a conjugal state. 
joSoD]^, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. (odSood P.) appendages, utensils, "oScBcJ 

^8.S, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4o. 
JD^, 5c, 5c, V. to begin to open, as a bud. 
jO^, 5c, 5c, a. heavy, jd')jd, 5c, 5c, 2o, opposed to coy^, 5c, 5c, coc 

JD, 5c, 5c, 2o. 
jo<^'>c'[, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. (od<|)OOD P.) pity, compassion. 
jd88jdc)S, 5c, lo, 5c, lo, V. to move about in a thoughtless or 

aimless manner, as a pony rushing about; to be lazy and 

mentally incapable. 
JDoouDQ, 5c, 5o, 5c, 5c, adv. in a careless, disorderly manner. 
JDCOCO, 5c, 5c, 5c, 71. (oDCOco P.) the foetus in its earliest stage of 

conception. 
j:>coS, 5c, 2o, n. syphilis, sometimes >o|coS, 2c, 2o. 
jDCOoS, 5c, 3o, n. vide jdcioS, 5c, 3o, a Shan paper mat used for 

a bed. 



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jDcocS, 5c, 3o, n. (0000006* P.) a collection, union of several. 

SoSop, 5c, 3o, 2o, 4c, n. the eight collections, jsQOOiDCOoS, 

5c, 5c, 5c, So, viz. 0008, 5c, 5c, 2c, /ao^so^, 2c, 4c, coScco^, 

2c, 2c, Oj^coo^, 2c, 2c, ooS-^c, 2c, 5c, jo-^oo, 2c, 5c, c^oo^, 

5c, 2c, CiW^coi, 2c, 2c. 
JD0018, 5c, 4c, n. (oi^cootB.) a foreigner. 
J3c8, 5 c, 4c, 5c, 4c, n. the same. 
06, 5c, 4c, Ic, n. a black foreigner; used generally of a native 

of India because most known to the Shans. 

/^f^S, 5c, 4c, 3c, n. (o^ooota^o^ B.) a camel. 

/>c8cS, 5c, 3m, V. f. andi. (K. j to tickle, have a tjckiiug sensation, 

tide co^occp, 4c, Im. 
jDc8o5, 5c, 4c, V. to fall end over mkI as a stick falling; to run 

with a hop and jump. 
JDco', 5c, 3c, n. (K.) stairs, a ladder, vide "^Sco*, Ic, Ic 
^088, 5c, 4o, n. a name applied to Karens on the mountains east 

of Toungoo; ooS/5c8S, 4o, ^c, 4o. 
JDCO, 5c, Ic, n. a Siamese or Laos, also an appellation given to all 

who are under Siamese rule, JDg, 5c, Ic, infreq. 
.ooaj'SC, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. (^ooca^cto P. j a good, virtuous, upright 

person. 
/>8, Ic, pr. I, used in addressing inferiors, or in very familiar 

discourse among intimate friends. 

'01, Ic, 3c, pr. I, used in addressing equals. 

/d8, Ic, v. *BS, Ic, to stir up, agitate, mix togethor; to be 
mingled in confusion, as several races of men, vide "^^S-, 
4o; (K. and C. S.) 4c. 

9c8, Ic, 4c, V. to be stirred together, mixed. 

-scSo-^So', Ic, 4c, Ic, 5c, V. the same. 

so8, 2c, pr. self, myself, iiiyself, &c., vide 008^38, Ic, 2c. 

,08, 2c, V. *^8, 2c, to be old, not new, ^^, 2c, 2c; ^K.^ 4c. 

g, 2c, Ic, tJ. to be old, dull, faded. 

68, 2c, Ic, V. to be very old, as an antique garment. 
jo8, 3c, a. nine. ^, 

jd8, 8c, V. *^, 8c, to tie a knot, as of the hair. 
'^S58, 3c, lo, lj t^, to tie a kikot in the hair. 



jd8c85c8, 3c, 4c, Ic, V. to tie the hair on the top of the head. 

as a man. 
o'cSo', 3c, 5o, 2o, V. to tie the hair on the side of the head. 

ocSjd8-o5, 3c, 4o, 3c, 2c, v. to tie the hair behind, as a woman. 
jd8, 4c, z^. *.S8, 4c, to persuade, to tempt, stronger than coS, 4c; 

to render indifferent to the evil results of a course of action, 
by the influence of a spirit, as o8oo'jd89S, Ic, lo, 4c, 4c; 
to court as lovers, to mix up in trouble. 
jDoS, 4c, Ic, V. the same. 

sScQS, 4c, 3o, 4c, V. to persuade a woman, to court. 

J2fiQ, 4c, Ic, V. the same as x>8 4c. 
^8, 5c, n. *j5o, 5c, an owl. 

S, 5c, 2o, n. a small kind of owl. 

jdS, 5c, n. bottom, foundation, the beginning. 
c8, 5c, 3c, n. the same. 

jd8, 5c, v. *v88, 5c, to move with a revolving or circular motion, 
as smoke or the water of a large eddy, also 5o. 

CO, 5c, 2c, V. to rise and overspread, as a column of smoke. 
jdS, lo, n, the butea tree, ^jd8, 5c, lo. 

jd8jd8, lo, lo, adv. with a loud voice, (j^ScooS, 5c, 3o. 

jd8<B^, lo. 2o, n. the agati. 

/d8, 2o, v. *SS, 2c, to complain of; to state a grievance with the 

hope of preventing its recurrence, less than co8, 3c; to 

regret the absence of. 

o88/>8o8S, 2o, 3c, 2o, Im, v. to speak regretfully of as a parent 

or friend. 

o85c?', 2o, Im, 3c, V. to complain with weeping. 

c8Sc88c8So86, 2o, Ic, 3c, Ic, Im. v. the same as Jo8, 2o. 
cpj, 2o, Ic; J'10'^5"l5 ^o, Ic, 4o, Ic, v. the same. 

jd8, 3o, n. *BS, 3c, the calf of the leg vide 00S.08, 2c, 3o. 

jd8, 4o, n. *3S, 4c, the common balsam plant. 

^38, 5o, n. *3S, 5c, a mill for crushing sugar cane, a machine for 

separating cotton from the seed. 
^oS^cp, 5o, 3c, Ic, n. a machine for cleaning(^tton. 

^cSj3^^, 5o, 3c, 3c, n. a mill for grinding sugar cane. 
iaSoSyag', 60, 2c, 3c, n. the same. 

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18 ^S 

jd8, 5o, v. to pull or bend down, stronger than oc8, 5o. 

jx>t 5c, 2c, n. ^o6 B.j a species of stone; a small image carried 
about the person, or tattooed on the skin to preserve from 
evil; ako ^o, 2c, 2o, the foetus. 

jo8, 5c, 5c, n. (ctdQ P.^ a wise man. 

/>y Ic, V. ^ &, Ic, to lay hold of, to clinch; to hold, observe, do, 
practice, keep; to be intoxicated i.e. held by liquor, used 
with co8, 3c; n. & pencil or pen; the quantity grasped in 
the hand, as in reaping; the name of the second month 
cS ."^JD, lo, Ic, so called because no important business should 
be begun in it, hxii it should be characterized by religious 
observance. 

Oc8, Ic, 2c, n. the stem of a kind of brake or fern used by 
the Shans for writing. 

jDiS, Ic, 5o, V. the same as j5, Ic, 2nd def. 

cSoS, Ic, 4>c, 71. a lead pencil. 

oSoS, Ic, Ic, V. to keep, observe a worship day; to observe 

religious duties. 

o8>Sj5o6, Ic, la,lc,4c, v. the same. 

oo8, Ic, 3c, n. a measure of the breeidth of the fist, with tiie 

thumb erected. 
oo8^'>^, Ic, 4to, Ic, V. to refrain from food, to fast. 
oo"[S8, Ic, Ic, 4c, V. to clinch the fist. 
co8j!>c, Ic, Ic, Ic, Ic, v. the same as ^csS-sS, Ic, Ic. 
00, Ic, 4iCfV. the same. 
00 O, Ic, lo, 4)0, V. to find out the real reason of a dispute. 

'^cS, Ic, 3o, V. to squeeze in the hand, knead. 

o^, Ic, 2o, V. to draw the under lip beneath the upper teeth. 

8, Ic, 2c, n. a small brush used by the Chinese for writing. 
cSp, Ic, 4c, V. to throw by the handful. 

(Sp'>Sj5cSd, Ic, lo, Ic, 5c, v. to prevent rain by sorcery. 

28, Ic, 4c, V. to clutch, grasp, hold in the hand , also a5c8'>S 

j!>28, Ic, Ic, Ic, 4c. 
98, Ic, 5c, V. to avoid doing on an inauspicious day. 
5^8, Ic, 5o, V. to hold and pull violently. 

qS, Ic, 5c, v. the same. 



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o, Ic, . to be young, tender, used only with -a^, 2c, j^'^S'J^j^'^So, 

4o, 2c, 40, Ic. 
o, 2c, tJ. *B, 2c, to be dark in color, between blue and black, 

purple; (C.S.) Ic; (K.) 4*. 
eS, 2c, 2o, V. to be dark purple. 

9C, 2c, 2c, V. to be light purple. 

coo5^8, 2c, 3c, 3o, t;. to be purplish like the new leaves of the 

mango tree. 
^C j^co, 2c, 4c, 5c, n. (oocgo P.) the sacred Pali name of the 

Shan country. 
iOcfc^, 2c, 2c, n. (oOj^O P.) the grand cycle, or complete revolution 

of nature, yi^J36', 5c, 2c, 3o; the system of things considered 

as subsisting through an entire revolution; adv. exceedingly, 

excessively. 

^j5(S8, 2c, 2c, 2c, 2o, adv. same as last def. 

086", 2c, 2c, 3c, n. a system or revolution of nature, in which 

no Buddh appears. 
jDcS8, 2c, 2o, adv. the same as >66o\.6^B, 2c, 2c, 2c, 2o. 
j5, 2c, 5c, n. (oog P.) a deed. 
co<9)5, 2c, 5c, 5c, 3c, n. ( O*^^? P.) the body as formed under 

the influence of past deeds. 

0DJ3J, 2c, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. ( coooo P,) one's own destiny. 
JDWOO'^S, 2c, 5c, 4o, n. (ooggo^l P.) sentences for repetition of 

which there are forty. 
.6, 3c, V. vide -g, 3c, to turn over, invert. 
A, 3c, prep, according to, according as. 

c6, 3c, Ic, adv. at pleasure, as you wish, 
cSjdco^, 3c, Ic, 3c, 4c, adv. the same. 

.oc^S, 3c, 3c, pr. a. some, sometimes in colloquial language "3 

c^S, 3c, 3c. 
j5, 4c, n. *JS, 4c, a time; a small quantity taken up in the fingers 

at one time, hence, jD8|, one handful or mouthful of food. 

j3, 4c, 4c, adv. repeatedly, at intervals, frequently. 

j3jag'>S, 4c, 4c, 2c, adv. the same. 

8, 4c, 3c, n. a mouthful of rice. 

8j5(S:>.S, 4c, 3c, 4c, 4c, n. a mouthful of rice and curry. 



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/) oc^ JD c8*^, 4, 3c, 4c, 4c, adv. afterwards, cSoS^cjOOi^cS-jS, 2c. 

3c, 2c, 4c. 
o8^, 4c, 3c, n. a moment, instant; adv. soon, jH^sently. 

'>8co-g'S, 4c, 3c, 4c, 2c, adv. stgain, in a moment, presently, 

a shorter time than Co | coo, 4c, 3c. 

o, 4c, 5c, n. a quid of betel leaf with the ccmtents made up 

for chewing. 

oooo'[, 4c, 5c, 4c, 3c, n. the same, 
00 S, 4c, Ic, adv. afterwards. 

C&8, 4c, Im, adv. immediately, instantly, at (Hice. 

c8'>S, 4c, 4c, adv. afterwards. 

-og*^, 4c, 2c, adv. for a moment, in a moment. 

iSg'^SjSiSg^, 4c, 2c, 4c, 2c, adv. frequently. 

^^S^S, 4c, 2c, 3c, adv. the same as ^jag^, 4c, 2c. 
j6, 4c, v. *.S, 4c, to feel, feel of, as with the hand. 

cocB, 4c, 4o, V. to examine by feeling of. 

opcp-s^opcpc^oS, 4c, 4o, 5o, 4o, 3o, v. to examine the body by 

feeling. 

oocScSoS, 4c, 4o, 3o, v. to feel the pulse of a person in a 

fainting fit or at death; also jdcooSoS, 4c, Ic, 3o. 

C0i5opc^, 4c, Ic, 4c, 4o, v. the same as jSoocS, 4c, 4o. 

/kjoS, 4c, 3o, n. (oogoS B.) the narrow border which is attached 
to woven-work partitions, the border of a garment, &c. 

/>cS, 4c, 4o, n. (oog^lB.) a sacred inscription, a writing containing 
directions given by a god, 8^co*^j!>c6', 4c, 4c, 4o, Ic, 4c, 
4o, to be in a book containing such a writing; any inscription 
on stone or wood; the title on the back of a book. 

x>, 5c, V. *E, 5c, to prop up, support; to aid, help; to have eaten 
more than enough; to collect together in a body; to collect 
as water behind a dam-; to pawn, mortgage, o5, 2c; n. a. 
prop, support, '^, 5c, 5c, sometimes, c, 3o, for the last def. 

^5, 5c, Im, V. to be pierced and held fast at the tuft of an 
arrow. 

86, 5c, 8m, V. to be pierced and held fast at the tuft of a 

spear. 

CO, 5c, Ic, V. to have eaten more than enough. 



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^og5, 5c, 3c, V. to prop up, support; to aid, help. 

o'oc', 5c, 4o, 4)0, r. to gather into a company, a mass or body (b). 
u86, 5c, 3c, V. to be collected in a body, to remain in a body 

without advancing; to have eaten too much ; as coSjdcoS 

dSS, 5c, 5c, 5c, 3c. 
iao^jDcS, 5c, 4o, 5c, Ic, v. the same as last def. 
oyj)., 5c, 2c, n. fco^c/^ B.) a slate or soapstone pencil, sometimes 

/>j^, 4ic, 2c. 
vOCJD^, 5c, 2c, n. fcoQCoS B.) the mesua pedunculata. 
j5oCO|, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. (oogcoo P.) a kind of unwoven cloth or 

carpeting made of hair or wool and brought from China; 

a thick cushion used to sit on, jSocoI^cSdioSS, 5c, 5c, 2c, Ic 

lo, the throne of the Sekkya Prince, 
oool, ^^' ^^' ^^' ^* (^go*^ P*) the service read in admitting a 

person to the Buddhist priesthood. 
/), 2o, n. *.S, 2c, (00 P,) a deed, action; the secret influence of 

an action on future destiny. 

co^, 2o, 2c, V. to experience the results of past good or bad 

actions in prosperity or in adversity. 
c8, 2o, Ic, V. to be under the influence of past good actions; 
to be lucky. 

BS, 2o, 40, V. to suffer or prosper much under the influence 

of the past. 
o', 2o, 5o, V. to be under the influence of past bad actions; 

to be unlucky, 
.o, 3o, V. *S, 3c, to thicken and harden partially; to partially 

coagulate, as anything that hardens from cold, or softens 

from heat, as wax. 
j5, 4o, v. *aD, 4c, to place side by side, as strips of carpet; to 

put one edge over the other as in sewing, clapboarding, 

as oo'jSjdjD'jS, 5c, 4o, Ic. 

c8<5co', 4o, 2o, Ic, V. to join together unequally so that the 

end of one piece extends beyond the end of another piece, 
sometimes j5coco', 4o, 2o, Ic. 
jO|, Ic, n. *S, Ic, a crow; v. to be black like a crow, used of 
animals, as wo]^, 5c, Ic, a black pony. 



22 jD\oo 

JD^C^, Ic, lo, n. a pigeon. 

"O^, Ic, 2o, n. a jay. 

cx)^, Ic, 2o, n. a bird with blue plumage. 

co', Ic, 4c, n. a snake bird; a cormorant. 

088, Ic, 4o, n. the long-tailed Edolius, o885S, 4o, Im. 

o5, Ic, Ic, n. a crow. 

08, Ic, 2o, n. a kite of paper or other material. 
^8, Ic, 3c, n. the same as ^"[cS, Ic, lo. 

/>|0^'>S, Ic, 2o, n. (og[^ B.) a fabulous bird of immense size. 
jai, 2c, T). '^S, 2c, (ooo B.) to hinder, used only in composition, 

as c^jD'^, 5o, 2c, infreq. 
j^S, 2c, 3c, n. a charm which is proof against a musket ball. 
^[, 2c, V. (C.S.) to go, vide j^\, 2c. 
jDjCDl, 2c, 2c, n. (dicjoo P.) a stanza of Pali verse, which consists 

of four lines and is used in making charms, >oo8, 4o, 2c. 
x>|9C'[8, 2c, 4c, n. (OD^Ot B. <^6* P.) iTi/reg. a large shed or 

booth, also jd'^cjj, 2c, 4c, and a^jD'*c|i, 6c, 2c, 4c. 
jO|, 2c, 5c, n. (^olw P.) a village. 
/3|, 2c, 5c, n. (ooD P.) sensuous desire, passion, cco^cSo, 4c, 5c, 

oO'^Sac], 2c, 2c, comp. e^\-o, 2c, 5c, lust, >8cc8ooj, 5c, 2c, 2c; 

hence, jdi^wooSoc^, 2c, 5c, 3c, 5c, the desire of outward things; 

^ccSoDi^jojw, 5c, 2c, 2c, 2c, 6c, libidinous desire. 
-jd8, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. f qarS* B.) an object of sensual desire; 

sensual enjoyment; sexual intercourse. 
-oc^S^c^, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. ( ooogo P.) sensual passion, 

lust, c^oocSc^cg', Ic, 4c, Ic, 4c. 
<So, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. the eleven lower divisions of the universe, 

in which there is sensuous desire, often used in a good sense. 
'^X'^f 2c, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. { cpo P.) strong passion, 

lust. 
e|lJD|o^oDoo, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, . (cpoTJaoooo P..) 

vide /w-^cDDoo, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c. 
jDjcc^o^S^ooico-^Cjj, 2c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 2c, 2c, 2c. n. (ooDCa^8jo 

eocj P.j unlawful sexual intercourse, ooSyao-^SPoSci^ooS^SQ^S 

j30c8/aQcg, 4o, Ic, 4m, 2c, 2c, Ic, 2c, 8c, 2c, Sc. 
x>\oo, 2c, 5c, n, (ooooD P.) the body, op8, Ic. 



/D|00j5, 2c, 5c, 2o, n. ( oo P.) a deed performed by the body, 

j*)op8g*8, 2o, Ic, 4c. 
JDOD^S, 2c, 5c, 2o, lo, lo, n. the three kinds of a3|ooj5, W2. 

oi^cjcSolocil, 2c, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c, jc68c|oo-[>c|, 5c, 2c, 2c, 

2c, 2c, JDic^o^S^oo-^coicil, 2c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 2c, 2c, 2c. 
c8ScB, 2c, 6c, 5m, 5c, n. (^ o8S P..) invulnerability, as 

in the case of a man who hew power to charm a woman to 

love him against her will, vulvar. 
cXJoSoo-ac, 2c, 5c, 5c, 6c, 5c, n. { oooo^ P.) the faculty 

of feeling. 
88cpo5, 2c, 5c, 4c, 2o, n. ( ogDoS P. j a transgression 

of the body. 
jD^cjocS, 2c, 5c, 2o, n. (coco P.) a wizard, the chief of witches, 

(5^8, 5o; (K.) 0^8008, 4c, 3o. 
j:>\co, 2c, 5c, n. ^odoco P.) time; with S-aS, Im, an epidemic 

disease, vide 8'>Sjd"[co, Im, 2c, 5c. 

^'^i''^' ^^' ^^' ^^' ^^' '"" ^'-i^thrax, flit, the time of anthrax). 

c-o^Cw^, 2c, 5c, 4c, 4c, n. the same. 

oojs, 2c, 5c, 4c, n. (^ coD8 B.] a person in his youthful 

prime; a wild, reckless man, a person obedient to his 

passions, a fast man. 
cB'aScSSooScBS , 2c, 6c, Ic, 4m, 4o, 4m, 71. foot and mouth 

disease. 

S^SogScSoS, 2c, 5c, Im, 5c, 3o, n. rinderpest. 

8'>Su88, 2c, 5c, Ic, 4c, n. a rapidly fatal epidemic disease. 

-(p|c8S8, 2c, 5c, 3c, lo, 4o, n. an epidemic disease. 



joi^cooo^, 2c, 5c, 3c, n. (coocDZacS P.) one of the eight principal 

hells,- the second in order of descent. 
JD10,S, 2c, 3c, n. ^oDooS P.) a measure of distance equal to four 

kauthas, the fourth of a coco'SCj, 2c, 5c, 2c, a little over 

three miles, 000^8 (^ 8 (j^S, lo, 3c, 4c, 5c. 
Xi\, 8c, n. **8, 3c, price, "oaS, Ic. 
c^, 3c, 2c, V. to be cheap, low priced. 
oS, 3c, 2o, n. wages, rent. 
"08, 3c, Ic, the same as jd|, 3c. 
B^S'C^'S'^S, 3c, 3c, Ic, 3c, V. to advance in price. 



24 JD] 

j3|CoS, 3c, 3o, n. M^ ^ar??^ a* ^]"Oo5, 3c, 2o. 

00], 3c, 3c, n. ferriage. 

oo^'O'jSco, 3c, 4o, Ic, 4c, r. to decrease in price. 

30.S, 3c, 2c, V. to be cheap. 

-o'T, 3c, 4c, V. to be cheap, because abundant. 

oCjS, 3c, 4c, 71. price, ('/i/. its price). 

'>S'0'S'^, 3c, 4c, Ic, 4c; g^SyowsS, 3c, 4c, Ic, 4c, n. the 

same. 

c^, 3c, 2c, V. to be high priced. 

cS'oS^, 3c, 2c, Ic, Ic; (^'s^coS, 3c, 2c, Ic, lo, v. the same, 

cdS, 3c, 3o, n. wages for sawing. 

i^, 3c, 2c, V. to be cheap, low priced. 
JD], 3c, n. place, c8, 3c; prep, at, to, from. 

c8, 3c, 3c, adv. under, beneath, below; pre-p. under, beneath. 

^^oS, 3c, 3c, adv. there. 

'>'[, 3c, 3c, n. space before one's face, presence; adv. and 

prep, before. 

oc', 3c, 3c, adv. here. 

3^8, 3c, lo, adv. above, over; prep, above, over. 

"^g-Sj 3c, 3c, n. outside space; adv. outside; prep, outside of. 

'>S, 3c, 4c, n. inside space; adv. within; prep, within. 

(y^, 3c, 5c, adv. yonder; prep, beyond. 

cS, 3c, Ic, adv. where? 

^j, 3c, V. to be equal, as much as, used in composition only. 
c^jO|JD^, 2c, 3c, Ic; a. all, ooSoSS, 4c, 3m. 

'>cS/30'>S, 3c, 2c, Ic, adv. according as. 

>', 3c, 5c, or 5o, adv. thus, as cS/3|*c', 2c, 3c, 5c, as large 

as this. 

8i, 3c, 4c, a. all, JOj/W'sSSg, 3c, Ic, 4c 

J^8, 3c, Ic, adv. how much.^ how.? as /d'jo^J^S, Ic, 3c, Ic, how 

far? 
jo"[, 3c, V. *.S, 3c, to be scarce. 

85, 3c, 4o, V. the same, "oSjd^w^SS, 3c, 3c, 2o, 4o, a famine. 
yoi, 3c, adv. used in expressions of helplessness or despair, as, cO? 

^'>Sc>S^oSc^8i^yD"[oo^co'^o5, 4c, 3o, 5c, 4c, 4m, Ic, 4c, 

3c, 4c, 3c, 4m, denotes necessity, emphasis. 



jO|, 8c, odr. with a negative, until, as .S^jd|jo88, Ic, Sc, 2c, 
3m, to eat until the food is finished. 

O^, 8c, r. *S, 3c, to plant seeds whose sprouts are to be trans- 
planted, n. sprouts to be separated and transplemted. 

0&, 3c, 3c, V, the same a* 1st. def. 

JD], 3c, V. *S, 3c, to dance; to dance by posturing. 

cS-sS, 3c, 3m; Sep, 3c, lo, v. the same. 

^'>Sjd]^'sS, 3c, 3o, 3c, ^, V. to posture gracefully. 

jOIOOS, 3c, Ic, pr. what? probably from j3|, 3c, a place, 

jD|o8S, 3c, Ic, 8c, Ic, pr. the same. 

jDlcoS, 3c, 2o, n. vide jocoS, 5c, 2o. 

jo^8, 4pc, n. the pack bullocks in a caravan driven by one man, 
usually eight; a pair of cart bullocks. 

JO "[I, 4c, n. , 4c, one of the squares of a turban, used especially 
of tJie imported turbans made of several handkerchiefs; the 
ground of a picture; breadth, width, as of cloth, o8, 4c, 
infreq. 

cScooS, 4c, 3o, 3o, n. the canvas or cloth used for a painting. 

jD^t, 4c, V. *^, 4c, (ooDsB.) to be apart, distant, oo-jSyD]!, lo, 
4c; c^yD]80D9Soo8, Ic, 4c, lo, Ic, to be dead. 

jo^l, 4c, adv. even, used in the negative form y99^|i, 2c, 4c, not 
even, not only, more than that. 

JD|8, 4c, V. * ^, 4c, to escape, as an animal pierced by any weapon, 
and carrying the weapon in its flesh. 

oo^, 4c, 4c, V. the same. 

JD|8, 40,1). (K.) to go, vide ^|, 2c. 

/3]t/3]lo'[80l8, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. in a loud, excited manner. 
/31<::8S, 4c, 2o, n. ^ooosCoS B.) any kind of a cross, iDS/p-aS, 5o, 4o. 
JBS, 3c, V. '^JD.S, 3c,(Qo5 B.) to crush with a grinding motion, 
grind, .SBooiooi, 3c, 3c, Ic. 

Y*^' ^^ ^^' ^' ^^ same. 

5, 8c, V. *>S, 3c, to be odd, not even, opp. /^S. 5o, applied 
to numerals, as 3, 5, 7; to be single, unmarried, also, 5c. 

c8o, 3c, 4o, adv. in a single, unmarried state, as cd5ScOO, 
2c, 3c, 4o, to remain unmarried. 

^co, 5c, 5c, n. (cBg F.J any business or work to be done. 
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BBcS, 5m, 5c, n. (cB^ P.) fame. 

^JB, 4o, V. to call, as a barking deer. 

BBf 4o, p, *SS, 4c, to be counterfeit, as a rupee; to be a sham, 
a humbug, to jH-etend to be what one is not; to be good 
for nothing; n. anything counterfeit, pinchbeck. 

5s, 2c, n. *BS, 2o, a branch. 

3, 2c, 3c, n. the little finger or toe, 

^', 2c, 3c, n. the same. 

', 2c, 5c, n. a branch of a tree. 

g, 2c, 2c, n, a branch of leaves and flowers. 

Co6, 2c, lo, n. the main branch of a tree. 
^SjDCil, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. vide SS'ice^\, 2c, 5c, 2c. 
SSoyS, 2c, 4o, n. the lips, vide d8co6', 2c, 4<o. 
B6cp|, 2c, 2c, n. t>k^ o>Scp|, 2c, 2c. 

BS^cc^i^, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. (^cB|.cp P.) a falxilous animal partly a 

man and partly a bird. 
^S'^cS, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. (cB|8 P.) the feminine of the above. 
.SScy, 2c, 5o, n. the armpit. 

SSy 3c, V. *SS, 3o, to roll over and over, to fall over and over. 
j^, 3c, lo, V. to roll over and over like a ball. 

SS, 3c, 2o, to roll from side to side. 

coS , 3c, 4o, V. to roll over and fall, to roll downwards. 
SS, 4jc, w. "^S, 4o, a period of time, o^, lo; a turn. 
"CSC, 4*c, 4o, n, the same. 

SS, 4, V. *BS, 4o, (cB^t B. j to sleep, honorific 

'>'S, 4c, 4c, V. to sleep. 

o6, 4c, 3o, V. toS B.") to remain in a state of repose. 

BS, 4c, n. (^cB^j B.) an arithmetical number used in astrological 

calctdation. 
BS, 5c, a. ^K.) green, vide 68, Im. 
BS^ Im, n. */>S, lo, the pineapple. 
BSy Im, n. *jdS, lo, young shoots of vegetable life, as after the 

drying of the grass. 
BS, Im, n. *iD6, lo, the feathery tuft on any weapon. 

3*5. Im, Ic, n. the feathers of an arrow. 

^5, Im, 2c, n. the tuft of a spear. 



3S n 

JB64j Im, Ic, n. the fragrant screwpine. 

^So^S, 2iD, lo, n. the chaste tree, znde SSooS, 2m, lo. 

J86, 3in, p. *joS, 3o, to be clear, clean, is a vacant piece of 

ground; to be done, finished, exhausted, all gone. 
08^, 3in, 80, r. to be perfectly clear, as ground without grass 

or trees. 
^'3^> Sm, 3c, 3c, u. to be clear and open. 
SS, 3m, V. to pretend, to feign, sham, used with yo5, 4m, vide 

3S, 3o. 
.SScb', 4m, 4c, n. (K.) a spark of fire, vide "'cfo', 2c, 4c, 
J86, 4m, n. *jd8, 4c, a tripod for supporting a cooking pot over 

the fire ; three bricks or stones used for the purpose. 
00'O'[, 4m, lo, Ic, n. any tripod. 
c8J6, 4m, 4m, n. an iron tripod. 
JiS, 4m, n. used only in names of towns and countries. 
JBS*, 4m, 4c, n. Keng-kham, a principality west of the Salwen. 
56'gS, 4m, Ic, n. a principality on the Cambodia river. 
,86o8cp, 4m lo, n. a principality on the Cambodia north of ^Sy', 

4m, 4o 
SScoS, 4m, Ic, n. Keng-tung, a large principality east of the 

Salwen. 
^ScgS, 4m, 4c, n. Keng-tawng, a principality west of the Salwen* 
SS'^*, 4m, 4o, n. Mongnai, (b.), mde ^Sac', 4o, 4o. 
36', 4m, 2c, . Chiengmai or Zimme. 
^So^S, 4m, 4c, n. Keng Yimg, the same as BSj8, 4m, 3c. 
.8o^, 4m, 4o, n. Keng Lom, a district north of .86 "6, 4m, 4c. 
BSc^-jS, 4m, lo, n. a district in Kehsi Mansam. 
3SS, 4m, Ic, n. Hsen-wi, ^b.), xnde o8cp8, 3m, Ic. 
.86 jS, 4m, 3c, n. Keng-hung, a principality on the Cambodia 

river, east of .86006, 4m, Ic. 
J36c', 4m, 4o, n. Chieng-hai, a Laos principality north of Zimmd. 
.86, lo, V. *SS, Ic, to cook, applied to preparing curries. 
J36, 2o, V. *.86, 2c, to swing backwards and forwards, as the 

arms in walking, or the feet when hanging down. 
"g^, 2o, 5c, V. to swing or brandish a stick. 
SS, 2o, V. to hop on one foot in l^y, used of children. 



28 5c 

5S'>8ScS, 2o, 2o, 5o, V. the same. 

Sb'ie, 2o, 5c, n. a rapid in a river. 

38, 3o, V. *5S, 3c, to scrape up with a stick, as half-hardened 

sugar, after boiling; to clean one's self with a stick after 

evacuating the bowels. 
SSf So, V. *BS, 3c, to pretend to do or be, as JoSJBS, im, 3o, 

sometimes 3m. 

008,8^-00.8, 3o, 5c, 3o, ^ p. to pretend in sport. 

,88cS, 3o, 3o, adv. very reduced in size, shrunk, shrivdled, CO, Ic 

SS, 4o, n. *3S, 4c, the tamarind. 

^8, 4(0, n. a small insect which blights the rice plant. 

JBS, 4o, v. *SS, 4c, to be small, diminutive in stature, whether 

men or animals, cdS, 4c; (K. and C.S.) 5o. 
3S, 4o, a. of a deep red color, used of the hair of oxen as 

"^-aSBS, lo, 4o; o83, 4c, 4o, a red ox. 
JBS, 4o, V. *SSy 4c, to be not level, to have one side higher than 

the other, to incline sideways; to lean over on one's side, 

used in composition, vide OD^S, 5c, 4o. 
'jc'i^Sooi, 4o, 3c, 4o, Ic, V. to look askance at a pereon. 
SSa^S, 4o, 3c, n. (^ctS'tcooooS B,) a bi^op's assistant, 
8^, 4o, Ic, n. the cinnamon tree; cinnamon. 
SSa^S^ 4o, 5c, n, (^^aStQl^S B.) a Buddhist priest who hat 

authority over a number of kyoungs, a bishop. 
SSj 5o, n, *3S, 5c, a stick on which thread or rope is wound 

'8, 5c, 5o; a peg. 

c^, 5o, 3o, n. the same^ ako the stick together with the rope 

wound on it. 
38, 5o, r. 38, 5c, to be lame through stifiiiess or crookedness 

of the hands or feet, 
j}R, 60, 3c, n, the same. 
JBcp, Im, 5y. to pursue or chase Mie after another, as ^cSc&cScToS, 

Im, 4c, 3c, 4c. 

c8S, Im, 3c, V. the same. 

Bcp, Im, V, *jO^, lo, to roll up, to twist together, to be rolled 
up; n a roll, 9, 4c. 

S]^, Im, 4m, V. to roll or twist up and wind around. 



J8c^'c8^, Im, 3c, n. a scroll, roll, ^cQS, 4c, 3c. 
Bc^, 4m, V. (C.S.j to wind about, encircle, vide "ScS,4m. 
JBc^, lo, n. *B9^, Ic, the solid substance of anything, as a tree; 
the middle of a thing, as j^bB<, lo, lo; (K. and C.S.) 3o. 
'0<^, lo, 3o, n. the heart of the plantain tree. 

co^, lo, 3o, n. the wheel of a block or pulley. 

c^, lo, Ic, vide Bc^OD^, lo, 3c. 

oo', lo, 3c, 11. the core of certain vegetables, as the pumpkin 

and cucumber. 
" oo<J, lo, 4c, n. the liver. 

c8, lo, 4c, n. the rod of an umbrella; the rod of the umbrella 

of a pagoda, oo8o'>SocS, Ic, 4o, 4jo. 
'oo(S', lo, 5c, 4c, 5c, n. the heart of a tree. 

(X^B, lo, 2o, n. the heart of the wild plantain tree, 

coS, lo, 4o, Tu the wood of the jack tree, used for dyeing yellow. 

jc^oo"!^, lo, 2o, Ic, n. the pupil of the eye. 

^, lo, Ic, n. (K.) an ear ornament, vide ^6*5]^, ^, Ic. 

.8q^ lo, V. *B'iS, Ic, to be unsuccessful in doing what was 

intended or sought, as in hunting. 
JBcp, lo, V. *B'aS, lo, to suspend, hang, as by a rope; to gird 

up, as a garment. 
J^'3^, lo, lo, V. to tuck up the trousers in Shan fashion. 
"86*, lo, 4o, V. to gird up the loins in Burman fashion. 
S<S.8<:p'0-|, lo, 4o, lo, Ic; -ScScSc^^i, lo, 4o, 4o, Ic. v. thesame^ 

9*o^, lo, 4c, V. to siispend by the neck, to hang. 

c5b^, lo, 8c, c. to tie up the waist-cloth in Burman fadbiion. 

^', lo, 3c, V. to suspend, hang. 
^c^, lo, V. ^Bo^, Ic, to girdle a tree. 
J3c^ lo, V. to put on a head cloth. 

JO, lo, Ic, V. the same, 

^cpooS, lo, 3o, n. the wood of a kind of cork tree. 

.ocp, ^, adv. certainly, surely; an intensive particle, very, as 

Bcpc8, 2o, Ic, to be very good. 
Sep, 2o, 4o, w. to be prosperous in life, especially in business. 
Scpcg, 2o, 4o, Ic, V. the same. 
co8, 2o, 3c, n. a title of respect, lord. 



80 ^oS 

^cpc^, 2o, 3c, D. to be very true. 

s6, 2o, 5o, adv. exceedingly, a prefix. 

co'[, 2o, 6c, 2c, adv. vide BcpooS, 2o, 4c. 

co, 2o, 4c, adv. truly, certainly, an intensive, prefixed to 

a sentence. 
JBcp, 2o, V. *JB^, 2c, to be hard in substance; to be stubborn; 

to be hard through being beaten or pressed together, as 

earth in a tube; (K.) 4o. 
JB, 2o, 4o, V. the same. 

S, 2o, lo, V. the same; to be rigid, stiff from convulsions. 
oooSc^, 2o, Ic, Ic, r. to be ignorant, unable to understand 
c8,Sc8JB, 2o, 4o, 4o, r;. to be dry and hard, so as to sound on 

being struck, to be resonant. 
c^, So, n. *S'i^, 8c, the stem of anything, a petiole, leaf stalk; 

that part of the blade of a weapon or tool inserted in the 

handle. 
o88, 3o, 2c, n. the head of a chisel blade. 
og6^. So, 2c, Ic, n. the stem of an ear ornament, 
8o6, So, Sc, n. ,the head of a knife blade. 
3c^, 4o, fi. *B'3S, 4c, a musical instrument made of a gourd 

with reeds inserted. 
.Sep, 4o, n. *B^, 4c, (Ofig^l B.) to be narrow, strait, close; to 

be poor, without roeans; to be destitute, as ^cp-^S, 4o, 4c, 

destitute of clothing. 
cp, 4o, Ic, tJ. to be distressed, harassed in mind. 
(6, 4o, 2c, t). to be narrow, close, strait, confined. 
Sep, 4o, V. *5S, 4c, to be sore, tender to the touch. 
JBc^, 4o, V. to look, in/reg. co, Ic. 
cpc^, 4o, 4c, con;, therefore; int expressing ewsent, or uncertainty, 

vide coSoi^, 2c, 8c, 
cp, 6o, V. to choke, to be almost suffocated with anything, as 

dust, to stifle. 
"oo, 6o, 8c, V. to choke with rice. 
.Soo, 2c, V. JDoS, 2c, to be close; straitened, as space from 

the presence of many things; to be crowded, to crowd some 

one, ^-af-SoS/saS, 4o, 2c, Ic. 



^^S 81 

BoS/>'>S"gSjD'>S, 2c, Ic, 3c, Ic, p. to be crowded; to borrow mutually 
of each other. 

B<S, 2c, 3o, t;, to be close, narrow. 

eg, 2c, Ic, u. to be distressed, harassed in mind. 

cg^cpcg, 2c, Ic, 4o, Ic; cg'^Scg, 2c, Ic, 4o, Ic, v. the same, 

'>c|^o5co'[, 2c, 3c, 2c, Ic, v. to have one unpleasantly near. 
^o5, '^jc, V. to quarrel, cSoS, 4c. 

.SoS, 3m, V. *JDoS, 3o, to be of a dull, faded color, 5a5ooS, 3m, 3c. 
ScSf 4m, n. jDoS, 4o, the scales of an animal; a scab. 

o|, 4m, Ic, n. the scales erf a fish. 

5^', 4m, Ic, n. the fleshy disk by which a shellfish propels itself. 
^oS, 2o, V. *^o5, 2c, to head oF, thwart, hinder, obstruct; to 

put up a barrier to direct the course of water, or hinder 

fire, BoS-Jci^oSooS, 2o, 3c, 2o, Ic; (K.) 4o. 
.ooScSsj^jdS, 2o, lo, So, 3c, v. to defend, deliver from; to pacify. 
^oScSoS, 3o, 3o, r>. to be in a comfortable condition of life. 
^o5, 4o, n. *ScS, 4c, a buckle, infreq. vide SS, 4o. 
BaS, 4o, V. *ScS, 4c, to separate by pressing between two 

sharp edges; to cut off" with scissors; to late. 
"oo?, 4o, 2o, V. to bite off. 
"38, 4o, 3m, V. to grind, gnash the teeth, jdoS'SSjdoScSd'jS, 

4c, 8m, 4c, 4c. 
^*, 4o, 4c, V. to cut off with scissors. 
BcSf 4o, V, *BcS, 4c, to fail of igniting when fire is applied, as 

a fuse; to be barren, not bearing young, 00^3oS, 8c, 4o. 
J3S, Ic, V. */3'>S, Ic, to eat; to drink; to rust; to enjoy the 

revenue of. 

jDaS-^S^oS, Ic, Ic, 2c, Ic, V. to be fitted, adapted to one 

another. 

-O'jSSoS, Ic, Ic, 3o, V. to consume entirely. 

/D|, Ic, 3c, V. to live on wages. 

j:>\B'3^^'^, Ic, 3c, Ic, Ic, jdi^'sSjS, Ic, 3c, Ic, Ic, v. the 

same, 

OcpjD'>c, Ic, 2o, Ic, V. to make mutual promises. 

^cp, Ic, 4o, v., to eat poor food and an insufficient quantity 

from poverty. 



82 B^ 

88oof cSo^, Ic, Sc, 4c, 4c, V. to eat food, rice and curry. 

w8ccS8'>too6, Ic, 8c,^ 4c, 4c, 4c, v. to live on interest. 

'86"S^'>S, Ic, 3c, 3c, 3c, 4c; y3g^g^op8, Ic, 3c, 2c, 2c, 

4c, 8>coo8, Ic, 4c, 4c, V. the same. 
BJB, Ic, 2o, V. to celebrate a marriage, c^Sx>co|, 2c, 2c, 6c, 

2c 
co6, Ic, So, V. to woric for wages, to live by hiriiig one's self 

oat. 
oo?J8Sc^, Ic, 8o, Ic, Ic, p. the same. 
c^o5B'>Sco, Ic, 2c, Ic, lo, ti. to taste insipid. 
cgjooSo^OD], Ic, 4c, 2o, 4c, 4c, p. to lire on the income derived 

from trading in neighbourixkg baza&rs, going &om one to 

another. 
c&, Ic, Ic, 3c, t>. to eat voracionsly; to use up one's means 

thoughtlessly and extravetgantly. 
OO-SS'sS, Ic, 3o, 3o, p. to live on the leavings of another. 
o8c6o8, Ic, 3m, 2o, 3m, v. to consume all one's income in 

living. 
oSoScci^, Ic, 8m, 2c, v. to make an engagement or pledge 

accompanied by eating or drinking. 
oaS, Ic, 2o, r. to eat without consideration. 

oooS, Ic, 3o, V. to diet, 

-ac, Ic, 4o, V. to suck milk from the breast. 

oSJ8'>8c8<S', Ic, 2c, Ic, 3c, p. to live without making any 

religious offerings. 
0'>SB'a^o88, Ic, 5o, Ic, lo, V. to eat more than sufficient. 
co^op'jS, Ic, 4c, 5o, p. to be cloyed, surfeited, satiated, sick 

with repletion. 
co^ap-^^co^j^^, Ic, 4c, 5o, 4c, 3o, v. the same. 
y'>cO'>f 3o5, Ic, 5c, Ic, 3o, V. to waste food through carelessness, 
cBoS, Ic, 4c, V. to eat what is hurtful. 
<Sip8a^8cSDooS, Ic, 4c, 4c, So, 3o, v. vide following word. 
^.Scxp^og, Ic, 4o, 4o, 4c, V, to cause food to diminish rapidly 

in quantity when eating, to eat voraciously; to eat up one's 

means rapidly, to exhaust by lavish use. 
26, Ic, 4o, V. to enjoy the revenue of a country. 



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JB'sSco^cgS, Ic, 3o, 2c, V. (cooSssooS B.) to take a bribe. 

CO 8, Ic, Sc, V. to drink intoxicating liquor. 
co85'>Sjd, Ic, 3c, Ic, Ic, v. the same. 

co88^, Ic, 3c, 4c, Ic, V. to drink to excess, intoxication. 
(QS, Ic, 4c, V. to eat without cooking. 
c86*^^c8, Ic, 4c, Ic, lo, V. the same, 

coS, Ic, lo, V. to eat voraciously. 

coSco'coS, Ic, lo, 2o, lo, V. to be open-handed, profuse h 

buying. 
co^^^co', Ic, 2c, Ic, lo, V. to live without religious offerings. 

oq8, Ic, lo, V. to relish. 

c^SB-^ScS, Ic, lo, Ic, 4m, V. the same. 

o-^S^^SS, Ic, 3o, Ic, 4o, V. to enjoy the revenue of a countrj. 
ocS, Ic, 2o, V. to eat carelessly. 

c^c^^'j^^S, Ic, 2o, Ic, 3c, V. the same. 

<i>8, Ic, Ic, V. to eat first. 

yoo8, Ic, 5c, 4c, v. (ooc^g B.) to live on interest, sSaS^^ 
op8, Ic, 4c, 4c. 

y3Q8>0'>8, Ic, 5c, 4c, 4o, v. to live by the gains of a broker. 

/3q(o5, Ic, 5c, 3o, V. to make a profit. 

j:B, Ic, 2c, v. to have satisfied the appetite, to have eaten a 

sufficiency. 
^^>8cS, Ic, 2c, Ic, Im, V. the same. 
JB8, 2c, v. *sO'i^, 2c, (o^? B.) to take an oath, swear; to curse, 

imprecate evil. 
.ScS/s-^S, 2c, 2o, Ic, V. to make mutual asseveration. 
co]o\'>c^, 2c, 2c, 2c, 3o, v. to take an oath, to curse, imprecate, 
c^8^^^6, 2c, 5o, 2c, 4o, V. to involve one's relatives in an 

imprecation. 
oooS, 2c, 3o, V. the same as ^^So], 2c, 3c. 

co^, 2c, 2c, V. to curse in anger, imprecate evil on another, to 

revile, to use abusive language. 

co"l^'>Sg8, 2c, 2c, 2c, 5c, v. the same. 

O], 2c, 3c, V. to take an oath; to curse. 

g^oS, 2c, 4c, V. to be profane, reckless in imprecating curses. 
J^oS^^^tpoS, 2c, 4c, 2c, lo, V. the same. 
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S4> SS 

3'3^, 3c, n. /^Chinese) a certain throw of dice securing an advantage 

in the game to the person casting it. 
B'3^, Im, vide Sc^, for the middle and open series of tones. 
J8^, 2c, n. *jd6', 2c, a hoof; the thick scale of any bulbous plant, 

as the onion; the divisions of the inside of a fruit, as the 

orange; ^K. and C.S. ) 4c. 
3S, 3c, V. ^S, 3c, to compress between two, as a cigar held 

between two fingers, to pinch, squeeze; to perch, as a bird. 

^8c*, 3c, 2c, 5o, V. to carry anything by holding it in the 

armpit, 
co^, 3c, 4c, V. to bestride the neck, as a child sitting on the 

shoulders of the carrier. 
iJSo, 3c, lo, V. to carry a child on the hip. 
^6*, 4m, V. *JO(S', 4o, to pick up, take up or out; to choose, 
,098, 4m, Ic, V. to collect duties or revenue and live upon 

thera; to pick up and eat food. 
^^<^j 4m, Ic, V. to pick cotton from the bolls. 
^SB6j:)S, 4m, 3c, 4m, lo, v. to collect duties at inland guard 

stations. 

^, 4m, 4o, V. to keep in memory the words of another; to 

pervert another's words. 
'g'*^. 4m, 2c, V. to collect revenue, to collect duties. 

c86, 4m, 5m, v. to take and feed, to nourish, to bring up 

what heus been rejected or lefL 
coSo', 4m, 5m, 5c, v. the same. 

o', 4m, 5c, V. to pick up and keep. 

jS"o8, 4m, 4o, 3c, v. to glean. 

cy, 4m, 2o, V. to take the after-birth. 

/n'iSt\^o^ODcS/SQ'i^t^, 4m, Ic, 3c, 6c, 3c, Ic, 3c, v. to take every 

other one. 
/no, 4m, Ic, v. the same as SS, 4m. 
BS, 2o, n. *B6, 2c, the husk or chaff of grain; fK.) 4o; (C.S.) 

lo. 

sS, 2o, 2o, n. the coarser part of the husks which is rubbed 

off in the mill. 
'08, 2o, 3c, n. rice husks. 



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BS'^, 2o, 2c, n. the finer part of the husks which is separated 

from the grain by pounding. 
BS, 2o, V. BS, 3c, to be narrow, contracted, drawn into a small 

compass, /30^S, 2c, 3o, 
eg, 3o, Ic, t). to be straitened in mind, harassed, vide .8c6c6, 

4o, Ic. 
BS, 4o, n. '^BS, 4c, a buckle, vide BcS, 4o; a flat thing; a. 

aux. for flat things of hard substance. 
^5, 4o, 4o, n. the head of a spindle, 
jp'sSc^', 4o, 3o, Ic, n. the perforated plate, of whatever hard 

substance, that is inserted at the bottom of the upper jar 

used in steaming food. 
oc, 4o, 4o, n. the mouth piece of a wind instrument. 
lOtS, 5o, n. BfS, 5c, a small portion or division of time. 

BS. 5o, 5o, adv. repeatedly, at short intervals, ^6'8c9^'[, 5o, 

5o, 2c. 

"^S, 5o, 3c, n. a moment, a short time; adv. in a short time, 

soon, also B^/^o^t\, 5o, 2c, 3c. 

BS, 5o, V. to be skilful in certain directions, as .86'w, 5o, 5c, to 
ride skilfully. 

BS, vide S. 

^8 001, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. (r88(X)0 P.) materials, utensils, tools, imple- 
ments. 

5ccSooi, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. (cBscocxDO P.) passion, desire of the sexes, 
lust, vice. 

cBS^S, 5c, 2c, 2c, 4c, 3o, n. ten evil qualities, viz. ccoYoo, 

4c, 5c, greed; coo9oo, 4c, 5c, anger; cwiJ"? 4c, 5c, moral 
and intellectual blindness; l*c, 2c, 5c, pride; c8^c8, 5c, 5c, 
heresy; 8c8Bi3oo|, 5c, 5c, 5c, 2c, doubt; c8^c, 5c, 5c, 
laziness ; j3Qc8oSoo, 4c, 3m, 5c, fickleness, instability; 
/30^8/3, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c, shamelessness ; jy^'^cScoSo, 5c, 5c, 
5c, 5c, reckless daring. 

Bo, Ic, n. JDO, Ic, a strand, used in composition only, as 3oc8,S, 
Ic, 3o; a road, way, passage. 

00 S, Ic, 4o, n. the same as the 2nd def, 

^8S5, lc,3o,lc,4o, n. the routes or ways of travel of a country.. 



S6 ^8 

B8, Ic, V. */5S, Ic, to shout in a prolonged manner, cj^S,88, 5c, 
Ic; (K. and C.S.) jS, 4c. 

B8, Ic, Ic, adv. in a prolonged manner, incessantly, used of 

sound. 

o8S, Ic, Im, V. the same as So, Ic. 

3S, 2c, n. *jd8, 2c, a kind of silver, very pure, of which there are 
two varieties, ^8'coS, 2c, Ic, 4c, and ^8o^coS, 2c, 4o, 2o. 

^'^> ^c, 4c, Ic, n. the same. 

8, 2c, V. *iD8, 2c, to be very small in size, narrow, or of little 
girth when compared with something else of the kind; to 
be very poor, vide j^^SBSu^-aS^cp, 4o, 2c, 4o, 4o; to be 
distressed, ^8cJ3c^c^, 2c, Ic, 4o, Ic; (K.) 4c. 

co^cw^, 2c, 4c, 3c, n. the small neck of the opening of a chatty. 

oo8, 2c, 4o, a way, passageway, i. e. a way enclosed by some- 

thing on either side, whether houses or fences. 

ooS^Soo'[, 2c, 4o, 2c, 3c, n. the same, also ^Sooi^^SooS, 2c, 

3c, 2c, 4o. 

w]*, 2c, 4c, V. to grow smaller, as a rope just before breaking, 
co', 2c, Ic, n. a defile in the mountains. 

86, 2c, 4m, n, a street in a city, vide ^8ooS, 2c, 4o. 

i^8c8cS, 2c, lo, lo, n. .the juncture of the thorax and abdomen 

of a hornet. 
J36, Im, n. jd8, lo, the Irrawaddy river, 'c^8, 5c, Im. 
^8, Im, n. *J38, lo, a column of light or smoke. 
J38, Im, n. jungle, wilderness, any place distant from men, oS^S, 

lo, Im. 
B8, 2m, V. vide 8'>S'>S8'>S58, Im, 5o, Im, 2m. 
So, 3m, V. *jd8, 3o, to wind around, encircle, as a creeper; to 

repeat alternately, .gB8/3>S, 4o, 3m, Ic. 

r>o, 3m, 3o, v. the same. 

'Y^, 3m, 3c, V. to climb, as a creeper. 

5^o5, 3m, 5c, V. to fasten by winding about. 
So, 5m, V. j:>o, 5o, to chew, masticate. 

o^^oo^, 5m, 4c, 4c, v. to masticate slightly, insufficiently. 
oaa*>, 5m, 3c, 3c, also 5m, 5c, 5c, v. the same. 

J^S, 5m, 3o, V. to ruminate, chew the cud. 



^8, lo, n. *.S8, Ic, a kind of sweet potato, ^E8, 4c, lo. 

BS, lo, V. to wander about, go here and there, used with ccS, So. 

^8, 3o, n. (Laos) a precious stone, oSS, 16. 

^8, 4o, V. *jd8, 4o, to have a white film or cataract form on the 

eye, oo^^S, Ic, 4o. 
BS, 4o, V. (C. S.) to stir up, agitate, vide c88, 4o. 
S, So, n. *JD'[, 2c, a loom. 

ooS, 2c, 3c, n. a movable loom. 

^, 3c, V. *J3'[, 3c, to open, expand, to unloose, unroll; to blossom; 

to open as an umbrella; to be stretched apart, expanded; 

to swell, as rice in water. 
"^aSco^, 3c, lo, 4c, V. to raise or bristle the hair or feathers 

on the back of the neck. 
c^, 3c, Ic, V. to be glad, happy. 

cBS, 3c, 2o, V. to break open, as a bulb or potato. 

c8'^^38, 3c, Ic, 3c, 4c, V. to spread out the toes and fingers. 
OiSoS^, 3c, 3o, 3c, V. to spread or open the sides of a skirt 

Hascivious). 

o*, 3c, 2e V. to loose, set at liberty. 

giS^oS, 3c, 2c, 3c, lo, V. to explain, open out the meaning. 

c8o5.g, 3c, 3c, 4o, V. the same. 

B, 4c, pr. a. (K.) how many? (C. S.) Ic, vide co', lo. 

^, 5c, V. *JD, 5c, to begin to open, as a bud, also cxpy^, 5c, 5c. 

/^SxiS/:>Sj:)S, 2c, 2c, 2c, 2c I adv. noisily, JoSoSS^^^So^jdS, 

4m, Im, 2c, 2c, 2c, 2c. 
j^B, 3c, also 5c, n. *j:>B, 3c, a mane. 

w, 3c, 5c, n. a pony's mane. 

vdB, 3c, v. *jd.S, 3c, to press down and secure by tucking im or 

by thrusting sticks under the edges of an open vessel; used 

with oc^8, 4c. 
^^opcp, 8c, 4o, V. to reckon, compute, used of astrology, A09S 

opcpy^^o^cp, 2o, 4o, 3c, 4o. 
v^SsoS, 3c, 2c, also, 5c, 2c, n. ("^^Q P.) ten millions. 
j^B, 5c, V. *jdB, 5c, to be bent or crooked, as a horn, or the 

hand when it is deformed, sometimes 3c. 
j^BB/^Bj>B, 5c, 3c, 5c, 5c, adv. vide o-^S^-S, 5c, 5o. 



88 j^BcoS 

j^S^Q^JDBoSy 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c, adv. in an imperfect manner, as 

when just learning to do a thing, as a child first speaks. 
XiScS, 5c, 5c, n. (^^P') the foetus. 
jd, 2o, n. a water bucket made of a joint of bamboo. 
j^S, 2o, V. (^K.) vide '^S, 2o. 
j^S, 4o, V. to call, as the barking deer. 

JD^, 5o, V. to do, act, strive against great odds, used in com- 
position with, jD-^c, 5 c, to wrestle. 
jdS, 2c, n. ^o^B.) Aquarius, the eleventh sign of the Zodiac. 
.oS, 2c, n. (qcoS* P.j a good or bad quality, an attribute; honor. 
'S'*^, 2c, '8c, V. to advance in honor and reputation. 
ooc^, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. { 0300CS| B.^ good reputation, honor. 
oo8, 2c, 2o, V. to express thanks. 
85, 2c, 2o, V. ( (86 B.) to vie with, to have rivalry with, 

cSo^, 5c, Ic. 
j^S6o'^, 2c, 2o, n. (f^j^cw? P.) a certain kind of monster which 

guards the Myenmo mountain. 
.06, 3c, n. *jd6, 3c, a prawn, shrimp, or lobster. 
00, 3c, 80, n. pickled shrimp. 
cS, 3c, 4o, n. very small dried prawns used as a condiment, 

znde 88, 4o. 
CoS, 3c, lo, n. a large prawn or lobster, 
Jfc, 3c, 3o, n. dried prawns. 
.06, 8c, n. *.oS, 8c, the castor oil plant, Palma Christi; (K. and 

CS.) 3o. 
yj), 3c, Ic, n. the same. 

^'3^, 3c, 2o, n. a variety of the castor oil plant. 
C08, 3c, 2o, n. a variety of the castor oil plant having variegated 

leaves. 
c8S, 3c, lo, n. a variety of the castor oil plant; c^o jdSjD'>S 

SB, 3c, 3o, lo. 
.^6, 4c, n. jd5, 4c, (f>?S* B. ) rising ground, a mound, hillock; 

dry land. 
.oS, 4c, 2c, n. a prominent rise of ground. 
J^BcoS, 4c, 3o, n. ( '9 B. ) a kind of petticoat made of cotton 

and silk mixed, oS*^, 3c. 



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jdS, 4rc, t). */35, 4c, (00^8 B.) to be protuberant, have convexity, 

vide .gS 2c. 
^S*:>6, 4c, 4c, n. a species of the crinum bulb. 
cS, 4c, 4c, 2o, w. a dried fragrant bulb brought from China, 

a species of cnnum. 
^S, lo, n, *jdS, lo, a bow with one string. 
O^f lo, Ic, n. a bow having two strings and used for throw- 

ii^ pellets. 
"S, lo, 2o, n. a common bow. 

30'c^j lo lo, Ic, n. a mythical bow, whose strings when tense 

bring youth, when slack bring old age, or whose breaking 
causes death. 

o5y^cS, lo, 4c, Ic, n. a bow used to clean cotton. 

j^S, lo, V. */>S, lo, to be hollow; n. a cavity, hollow place, the 
hollow of anything, as a tree. 

c^, lo, 4c, n. the gullet or the windpipe. 

00 S, lo, 5c, 71. the cavity of the belly. 

sS, lo, 2c, n. a hollow cylinder worn in the ear. 

oS, lo, 2c, V. to go entirely through, straight through, used 

only of cavities. 

8S88^'[, lo, 2c, Im, 2c, V. the same. 

', lo, 5c, n. the hollow of a tree or of a bamboo. 

co', lo, Ic, n. a natural cave in a mountain, 06, 3c. 

oSo, lo, 2o, 5c, V. to have a large opening. 

jcp, lo, 3o, n. a valley. 

^c8, lo, lo, adv. with a howling sound, as of a dog when 

beaten, also, cSc8, lo, lo. 

y^ScS, lo, lo, lo, lo, adv. the same. 

j^S, 2o, v.'*j^S, 2o, to bend around, be crooked; as ooS^S, 4o, 

2o; to warp, as a board. 
98, 2o, 2o, adv. in a bent position, whether for politeness or 

to escape attention; used with jp, 3o. 
98/3808, 2o, 2o, 2o, 2o, adv. the same. 

o^S, 2o, 2o, adv. in a bent position resting on hands and feet. 
j^S/58, 2o, lo, n. the spider; (K.) Ic, 3o; f C. S. ) 2o, 4o. 
o8jd8c^, 2o, lo, lo, 4c, V. to spin a spider's web. 



40 ^c 

jo8/3SS, 2o, lo, Ic, n. the bear spider. 

udS, lo, V. to wait and watch for, to go to meet some one, used 

only with ooS, 4<o, j^5oo5, 2o, 4o. 
oS, 4o, n. *jd5, 4o, a spinning wheel; a water wheel. 
oS, 4o, 4c, n. an instrument to wind thread on. 

CQ^> 4o, 4c, n. an instrument used to sprinkle water over 

idols. 
9C, 4o, 6c, n. a water wheeL 

iS, 4o, Ic, n. a reel to wind thread on from the spindle. 
jd6, 4o, n. a vein or seam, as jdSS'^S, 4o, 4c, a vein of silver. 
/pScoS, 4o, 4c, V. to lead a licentious life; n. a person given to 

a licentious life. 
jdS, 5o, v. *jdS, 5o, to be circuitous, vide js^S, 6o. 
wt^ooco, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. (cxjooco P.) merit. 
SoS, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c, So, n. ( 8oooS P.) the reward of 

merit. 
J5Q^8, 5c, 2c, n. (cocScS P..) merit; ^K.) 5c, 4c. 
joo^8, 6c, 2o, n. (C.S. ) the same. 
^cS, Ic, f. *J3', Ic, the cotton plant; undressed cotton; (K. and 

C.S.) 8c. 
"g^j Ic, 2c, n. cotton of a brownish color. 
oa', Ic, Ic, n. vide ^, 3c. 

c8^, Ic, 2o, V. to open as the bolls when fully ripe. 

Q^, Ic, 3c, n. cotton separated from sticks and diri;, ready 

to be seeded. 

cSpS, Ic, 4o, n. dressed cotton. 

joc^, Ic, V. *.o% Ic, to shout in a prolonged manner; a cor- 
ruption of J38, Ic. 

oSS, Ic, Im, V. the same 

^^^d', 3c, 3o, n. (K.) a monitor or varanus, vide cQcp, 4o. 
^c^cjcp, 4c, 4c, adv. intensive, used with c6, Ic, very black. 
>^cp, 5c, v. *jd', 5c, to pry, lift up with a lever, C^cp, 6c. 
J^, lo, n. *.o, lo, a basket; (K.) 4o; (C.S.) 3o. 

[, lo, 5c, n. a basket used for presenting offerings. 

oo5, lo, 4c, vide cg5, 4c. 

ooS, lo, 2o, n. a pannier. 



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lOCpoo'^S, lo, Ic, n. a basket tightly woven without interstices. 

oOj^coS, lo, Ic, 4c, n. a basket woven with small interstices; 

the best kind of carrying basket, jDcpoo|c88, lo, Ic, lo. 

O0|c8, lo, Ic, 2c, n, a basket having small interstices. 

^^IffS, lo, Ic, So, n. a cooly basket having large holes or 

interstices in the weaving. 
scx)^, lo, 4c, n. vide coo^, 4c. 
0'3^^S, lo, 3o, 2o, n. a basket lined with bamboo sheaths. 

^S, lo, 2o, n. a cooly basket. 

j^cp, 2o, a. *yD', 2o, gray, applied to horses. 

0^, 2o, 3c, a. grayer in spots than on the rest ot the body. 

c8.S, 2o, 4m, a. iron-gray. 

^c^, So, n, *jd', 3o, the plantain tree or fruit. 

J3, 3o, 5c, n. a green plantain, jpcp^SS, 3o, 5c. 

C]tj}, 3o, 4c, Ic, n. a small plantain found in the Shan States. 

oocSco], 3o, 5c, 2o, 2c, n. (cx^co^dd B.j a small wholesome 

plantain. 
oo, 3o, 3o, n. the most common kind of plantain, slightly sour. 

c8oSoo8, 3o, Ic, 2c, ru a small plump plantain. 

o8<^c^. So, 4c, 4o, n. vide ^^^, 3o, Ic. 
cco^ooS, 3o, 4c, So, 71. the butter plantain. 

cS-jS, 3o, 2o, n. the wild plantain. 

-^^ODl^c^, 3o, 2o, 2c, 5c, n. a small fragrant plantain. 

^88, 3o, 5c, n. a large green plantain. 

^SS8c, 3o, 5c, 4c, 4o, n. a plantain found in the Shan 

States. 

S-jS, 3o, Ic, n. a wild dwarf plantain. 

^30, 3o, Ic, Ic, n. a dwarf plantain. 

oi^-S, 3o, 2o, n. the wild plantain, vide j^c^cSoS, 3o, 2o. 

s|"SS, 3o, 5c, 2o, n. (c|85 B.) the common thin-skinned sweet 

plantain, sometimes odSS, 5c, 2o. 

co-jS, 3o, 3c, n. a wild dwarf plantain, vide jDcp8'>S, 3o, Ic. 

cSSojS, 3o, lo, lo, n. the large red plantain. 

yS, 3o, 3o, n. dried plantain. 

(j^, 3o, Ic, n. the long green fragrant plantain, very sweet, 
^c^, 4o, adv. only, also j^, 4c. 

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.ocpjoj, 4o, 3c, cfyty. although, nevertheless, but, also -g'-O]^, 4c, 3c. 

^, 4o, 5c, a?t;. only, placed at the beginning of a paragraph. 

o8S, 4o, Ic, conj. nevertheless. 

co^, 4o, 4c, coiy. nevertheless, emphatic. 

^cS, 5o, adv. negative adverb, used in composition, /30 -R'^- 

6th tone (vide Introduction) more polite and respectful. 
,ocS. 5o, V. to bend, curve. 

/>o5, 2c, n. *oo5, 2c, moss; fern, cSoJ5y^o5, 4c, 2c. 
.gS, 2c, 5c, n. a fern having two opposite, pedatifid leaves. 
'9'^S, 2c, lo, n. a hairy fern. 
^o5, 3c, V. (^K. andCS.) vide O^oS, 3c. 
j^oS, 4c, V. (K.) to lose money, goods, etc. as in trade, vide Jj^cS, 

4c. 
iOoS, 5o, v. JDCO, 5o, to be curved or crooked, to deviate from 

the right line; to deflect, slant; to be crafty, wily, deceitful; 

to have clandestine, adulterous intercourse. 
^o5, 5o, 5o, also oc, v. the same, 
'>8c8cS3'>S, 5o, Ic, lo, Ic, V. to get one's living in dishonest 

ways. 
^^o5/3o5, 6o, 3c, 5o, 5o, tJ. to be crooked, deceitful. 
j^SBS, DO, 5c, 5o, r. to be crooked, like a road. 
s6cBS, 5o, 3o, 4c, V. to have illicit sexual intercourse with a 

woman. 
c8cp, 5o, lo, r. to deceive, 
cS, 5o, 2c, V. to be crooked and twisted, 
i^w, Ic, n. JD'^c, Ic, an island; a shoal, sand bank; a hillock 

surrounded by lower land. 
>S, Ic, lo, n. the south island on which men live. 
J^S, Ic, 5c, also 4c, v. to be in hillocks, mounds. 
c8o^^, Ic, 2c, 3c, n. the four great islands which encompass 

the Myenmo mountain, viz. on the north -/^-^SjaQS^i, Ic, 

6c, 2c; on the east, ypoSGJDoScoSj"]^, Ic, 5c, 5c, 5c, 2c, 2c; 

on the south, j^'sScooSoy Ic, 2c, 2c, 2c, 2c; on the west, 

,/p'>8/ar30CjCJD?OD], Ic, 5c, 5c, 5c, 4c, 2c. 
oo', Ic, 40^, n. a sand bank in the midst of a stream, vide 

fcSoD*, 2o, 4o; a desert. 



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^-jSj},, Ic, 3c, n. a very small Shan principality between Inleyua 

and Sgah. 
^>8, 2c, n. ''jD'^S, 2c, (o:^^ B.) merchandise, goods for sale. 

o^9S^ 2c, 5c, 2c, lo; o-^S-o^ 2c, 5c, 4c, lo, w. ^A^ same. 

cx)j^>SJ8, 2c, 3c, 2c, 3c, n. goods that are sold by weight. 

. oSoS, 2c, Ic, n. merchandise, goods, '''oS^'oS^S, lo, 4c, lo, 

Ic, to sell merchandise. 
j^'>8, 4c, V. *JD'3S, 4c, to bulge or rise up a little, like an 

unevenness in a mat spread out. 
JJ^S, 4c, (^6th.) V. ^C.S.) to roll, turn over, as a horse, vide co6 

y^aS, 5o, 2o. 
s^'s^r^'i^, 4c, 4c, adv. flashingly, ^8, 3o. 
^"^S, lo, n. *0'S, lo, trousers; (^C.S.) 4o. 
J^S, lo, 5o, n. trousers made of two thicknesses of cloth so 

that either side may be worn outside. 
'O, lo, 3c, n. short trousers. 

^l^cS^, lo, Ic, 5m, n. tight trousers. 

'0'j^c8^'ic8, lo, Ic, 5m, Ic, 2c, n. the same. 

c8S, lo, Ic, n. a kind of trousers manufactured at ^ScSS, 

4o, Ic. 
3o5, lo, 4c, n. short trousers not coming to the knee. 
coS, lo, 5o, n. trousers having the seat so wide that it hangs 

below the openings for the feet. 

coS, lo, 4o, n. trousers made of one thickness of cloth. 

(j]^8o^S, lo, 2o, 5o, n. the same as ^'sScoS, lo, 5o. 

./^'>S, 2o, V. *x>Q^, 2o, traits, to break down, demolish, destroy; 
intrans. to break down; to fall down, as an uprooted tree, 
to be uprooted and fall, vide .^oS, 2o; som,etimes 3o. 

00, 2o, 5o, V. to fall down. 

/p'jS, 3o, n. *JD'>S, 3o, the anus; the bottom of anything, as a 

basket. 
>/^cp, 3o, lo, n. the bottom of a basket. 
SoS, 3o, 2m, n. the bone just above the anus binding the hip 

bones together, coccyx. 

'^cfiw^, 3o, 5c, 2c, n. the bottom of a well. 

c^, 3o, 3c, n. the bottom of a chatty. 



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jooSjcS, 3o, 3o, n. the bottom of a ravine, 

wo^, So, V. vide /^'sS, 2o. 

y>8, 4o, 71, *j>^, 4o, a man, mankind. 

/3, 4o, 5c, 7K a mt;hant. 

jD^>S"o', 4o, 5c, 40, lo, n. ^A^ samf. 

iO"o'ogJDo5, 4o, Sc, lo, 4c, 2o, n. a merchant who trades regu- 
larly in one market or who goes from one market to another. 

j:>S, 4o, 4c, n. a peion who stammers. 

jOoS, 4o, 5c, n. a charmed man, one whose skin is rendered 
invulnerable by the influence of a spirit, yp'sSooSoS, 4o, 
5c, 3c; a. skilful, expert. 

/>8, 4o, 2c, n. an old resident. 

JD], 4o, 3c, 7. a dancer, j^sSjdjj^oSSc^, 4o, 3c, 4o, lo. 

/^loc^/DloS, 4o, 8c, 8c, 8c, 2o, n, a rustic, countryman. 
BS, 4o, 4o, n. an inefficient, cowardly person. 

J3c^"S5, 4o, 2o, lo, n. a person firm in flesh, strong and capable 

of endurance. 
Bcp, 4o, 4o, n. a poor person, vide .0'S(xS, 4o, lo. 

5^coS^'>Sc'[, 4o, Ic, 8o, Ic, Ic, n. one who lives by wages. 

Bo/:>cS, 4o, 4m, 2o, n. one who collects revenue in a market 

for the ruling prince, z;ide c^ooS, 2o, 2o. 
S^j^S, 4o, 4m, 4c, 71. a person who gathers together men or 

things good and bad, without distinction. 
^ojD-JC^cp, 4o, 2c, 4o, 4o, n. a very poor person. 
^o5, 4o, 5o, n. a dishonest man, a cheat. 
c^5cp, 4o, 2o, 5o, 71. a person of stunted growth. 
jo', 4o, 5c, n. a person who is energetic, persevering. 
jo'^^i-sS, 4o, 5c 3c, 8c, n. an eye-servant; one who works 

vigorously when watched or near mealtime. 
^, 4o, 4o, n. (@<^l B.) a violent, harsh, cruel man. 

^>c^'o8S, 4o, 5c, 3c, lo, Im, n. a tattler, a busybody. 

ooSj'S^o, 4o, 4c, lo, 4o, 7. the steersman of a boat, also jooQ 

qS^S^^, 4o, 4o, lo, 4o. 

^^, 4o, 5o, n. a lazy fellow. 

]<S^, 4o, Ic, 2o, n. a man net tattooed. 

[c6, 4o, Ic, Ic, n. a tattooed man. 



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^-jSScS, 4o, 4o, n. a man who is well off in worldly things, 
Oip'>S8S, 4o, 4c, 4o, 4m, n. a citizen. 
"o'ja-jSS^S, 4o, 8c, 4o, Im, n. a sick person. 
"'"8, 4o, lo, 4c, n. a vender, a seller of goods. 
col, ^' ^^' ^' ^ f>erson emaciated by disease. 
88, 4o, 3o, w. an incapable pei"son. 
8oc, 4o, 3o, 6c, n. the same. 
CoS, 4o, 3o, 71. an hired servant. 

co8o5, 4o, 3o, 4m, n. a person of ability, skill or capacity to 
do anything. 

cxdSjd], 4o, 3o, Sc, n. a dancer, t;t^ j^^jd\, 4o, 3c. 

coSj^sScw^, 4o, 3o, 4o, Ic, n. a person of ability, capacity or 

skill to do anything. 
co8y^'>S^'>S, 4o, 3c, 4o, Ic, n. a follower of an official. 

co', 4o, 4o, n. a man as distinguished from a woman. 

co'dSS, 4o, 4o, 4c, ru an effeminate, womanish man. 
co'jagsS, 4o, 4o, 2c, n. a boy. 

c^Sjy^Sc88<o^S, 4o, 3c, 2c, Im, 2c, n. a celebrated, noted man. 
cpoSao'jD, 4o, Ic, Ic, 3c, 2c, n. a malevolent-minded person. 
eg, 4o, 5c, n. a waiter; a messenger, jiJ-sSc^y^, 4o, 5c, 3o. 
cgj^^cco', 4o, 5c, 4o, Ic, n. the same. 

0gJ5"gi5, 4o, 2c, 2c, w. (K. and C.S.) a buffoon. 
- co^'^8, 4o, 5c, 4c, n. a washerman. 

ooooS<p^8, 4o, 6c, 4o, lo, n. a famous man, whether good or 

bad. 
ooooSj3g,S, 4o, 6c, 4o, 2c, n. the same. 

oSjdoSooqci, 4o, 2c, 6c, 2c, 2c, n. a pretentious person, one who 

pretends to a skill which he does not possess. 

ooioo^Cj^o, 4o, 2c, 6c, 2c, 6c, n. one who does not belong to 

any particular system of religion. 

dScx>So8oo8, 4o, 2c, 6c, 2c, Ic, n. a very lai^, strong man. 
o^, 4o, 4c, n. a person somewhat familiar with books; also 

a person advanced in the observance of religious duties. 

O^cpooS, 4o, 4o, lo, n. a polisher of precious stones. 

0Coo^-gS, 4o, 2c, 2c, 4c, n. (o^ccaoSsoooSi B.^ am upright, 
virtuous man. 



46 ^^S 

/39Scod9, 4o, 2c, n. a public crier, herald, vide oc9coo'[, 2c, 
Ic, 2c. 

c8^, 4o, 4c, n. a soldier. 

dSSjD-^SQS, 4o, 3c, 4o, 4c, n. a righteous man. 

c88coo^, 4o, 3c, 2c, n. the same. 

ooS8x)CO|, 4o, 2c, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. a bridegroom. 

ooS'^vS, 4o, 4o, lo, n. the native of an upper province, 
ooSco', 4o, 4c, lo, n. the people. 

oo^S/j'jS, 4o, 2o, Ic, n. men of equal ability, strength or size. 
00 (S, 4o, 5c, n. a soldier, a private. 

o6o'>S, 4o, 2c, 3c, n, a person of middle height. 

c8^'3, 4o, 4m, 5c, n. a waterman. 

ooo5, 4o, 3c, n. a leper. 

C0(^, 4o, 4c, n. an individual which has the attributes of both 

male and female, an hermaphrodite. 

Co5jD'>to'[, 4o, 5o, 4o, 3c, n. a person of eminence. 

oo''58o', 4o, 2c, 4o, lo, n. a man who performs on a tight 

rope or rattan. 
oo', 4o, lo, n. a dead man, sometimes used for a funeral, vide 

vOD\, 5c, 2c. 
oo'cSoS, 4o, lo, 2o, 71, a person who has the palsy. 
coo^jp'>SoS, 4o, 2c, 4o, lo, n. a fortunate person. 
oo^.0^c^S, 4o, 2c, 4o, 4c, n, one who bets. 
OOo9co8, 4o, 2c, Ic, n. a childless person, one who has no one 

to help him. 

soo^opS, 4o, 4c, 4c, n. a disobedient, obstinate, quarrelsome, 

pretentious person, vide /sfi^JDy 2c, 2c. 

coo^cp^.8, 4o, 4c, 2c, n. a weaver. 

c^Sc^oS, 4o, Ic, 2o, n. one who heedlessly missing his path 

gets into thick jungle; a self-willed, headstrong person, jd-^S 

c88, 4o, Ic. 
ooScooS, 4o, 4c, 3o, n. a person who remembers a previous stata 

of existence. 
d5coo5, 4o, 8o, 3o, n. a painter, limner. 

oo8, 4o, 3c, n. an old person, j^'S^coSj^'sSqS, 4o, Sc, 4o. 2o. 
d8S>c, 4c, 4c, 4o, n. a eunuch, one who has charge of women. 



^qScSSo, 40, 4c, 5c, n. a horse keeper, groom. 

0D^5c^, 4o, 2c, 4o, n. a prisoner. 
ooSo^, 4o, 2c, 3c, n. a debtor. 

cO'^'3^o|t'>8, 4o, 2c, 3c, 4c, Ic, n. the same. 

oo-aSSSyoS, 4o, 3o, 4m, 3o, n, a man of the usual size, y^-sSSS 

^-3$, 4o, 4m, 3o. 

co'sS, 4o, 2o, n. a countryman, rustic. 

c898jp9S"S8, 4o, 2o, 4o, 4o, n. the same. 

cqS, 4o^ 3o, n. (oooSB.) one who has left the priesthpod 

^cjoS^, 4o, 3c, 3o, n. a person who tries to make things pleais- 

ant. 
ocB.o^So^'i, 4o, 2o, 4o, Ic, n. a slow, dull, stupid person. 

'^Q, 4o, 2c, n. a young person. 

-^oj^^Sjd, 4o, 2c, 4o, Ic, n. the same. 

'>^^'^'>c|, 4o, 4c, 4o, Ic, n. the same as jd-jSo^^^^^cI^. 

4o, 2o, 4o, Ic. 
o^S, 4o, 3c, n. an outside person, an outsider. 
ac'sSS, 4o, 4c, 5c, n. a night watch. 

oco(Sooo6', 4o, 5c, 4c, 5c, 4c, n. one who has no home and goes 

here and there, a beggar. 
o^jdS, 4o, lo, lo, w, a person of medium height; one of 

ordinary or middle rank in a community. 
BS^"^, 4o, 4m, 3o^ n. vide j^'^Soc^^SS^'^S, 4o, 3o, 4m, 3o. 
OCQV^'^Scocp, 4o, 5o, 4o, lo, n. a dishonest man, a cheat. 
8'>S, 4o, Im, n. a sick person. 

(^cp, 4o, lo, n. a man who lives without the performance of 

religious duties. 
co|<>cp, 4o, 5c, 4o, n. a boxer. 

^^, 4o, 5c, 5c, n. a horse breaker. 
<^B, 4o, 4c, n. a short person. 

(J.S, 4o, 3o, n. ^c^oSB.) a buffoon. 

oo8, 4o, 5c, 5o, n. an elephant keeper; j3oSc8SooS, 4o, 5m, 5o. 

o^ ' ^' ^^' ^^^ ^' ^ shepherd, ^-iScSScoS, 4o, 5m, 4c. 
ogS, 4o, 5c, 2c, n. an under jailer. 

g, 4o, 5c, 5c, n. a horse keeper, groom, ^^ScBSw, 4o, 5m, 5c. 

OD^^-^c, 4o, 2o, 3o, n. one who acts by means of an agent. 



48 j^^S 

j^'^6oB/:>'iS. 4o, 3o, Ic, n. companions who have grown up to- 
gether; partners in labor; a company in partnersh p a 
firm, j^'^^oScSdJBjd^S, 4o, 4m, 3o, Ic. 

cfo-^S, 4o, lo, n. a poor person. 

cfo-^Sco^cfc^c^, 4o, lo, 3c, lo, 3o, n. an orphan. 

(S-S, 4o, 4c, n. one just beginning to learn or to do something. 

w^coS, 4o, 5c, 3c, n. a drunkard. 

.S, 4o, 3o, n. a rich man. 

.S.o^3. 4o, 3o, 4o, 4c; ?, 4o, 4c, n. the same. 

c^, 4o, 3o, n. vide j^'sSBS, 4o, 4o. 

c^c^Swo, 4o, 4o, lo, 4o, n. the steersman of a boat. 
cw'T, 4o, Ic, n. a man skilled in any form of labor; a learned 
man. 

cwf'jDj, 4o, Ic, 3c, n. a dancer, j^'sScoS^'^, 4o, 3o, 3c. 
cw^O, 4o, Ic, 4o, n. a skilful speaker. 

Cw^coo^cw'i'coS, 4o, Ic, 2c, Ic, 4o, n. one who stirs up trouble 

by speaking evil of one person to another. 

c9cSo', 4o, Ic, lo, n, a learned man, one skilled in wisdom, 

one quick to learn. 

c8S, 4o, 4c, 71, a woman. 

c8Sco', 4o, 4c, 4o, n. a masculine, mannish woman. 

cS5y3g>S, 4o, 4c, 2c, n. a girl. 

c86'oo', 4o, 4c, 5o, n. one who is left-handed, vide j^'^coSod^ 

4o, 3o, 5o. 

c8(S'86"c8^, 4o, 5m, 4o, Ic, n. a sandal maker. 

c86'"98, 4o, 5ra, 4c, n. a tailor. 

cSSodS, 4o, 5m. 3o, n. a person who sews with a machine. 

cScS'co^g^, 4o, 5m, 4o, 2c, n. an embroiderer. 

coc8, 4o, 2c, Ic, n. a healthy man, ^'>S.Q'>Scoc8, 4o. Ic, 2c, 

Ic, y^'^coc8.S^O'>S, 4o, 2c, Ic, Ic, lo. 

'^S, 4o, 2c, n. an insane man. 

cgSj^-^w^, 4o, 2c, 4o, 3c, n. the same, 

^"^y 4>o, 4c, n. a beggar. 

cg-^S^^S, 4o, 4c, Ic, n. the same. 

ccSoD*, 4o, 3o, 5o, n. one who is left-handeJ. 

cooSc', 4o, 3o, 3o, a tractable person. 



j^Q^cocScoSo'ytXiS, 4<o, 3o,2o, 3c, 2o, n. a person diflBcult to deal 
with. 

o5, 4o, Ic, n. a layman. 

c8Sco8, 4o, 5m, 5o, n. an elephant keeper, jp^SooS, 4o, 5c, 5o. 

c8S, 4o, 5m, 5c, n. a horse keeper, groom, ./p^S, 4o, 5c, 5c. 

c8S<^8, 4o, 5m, 4c, n. a cowherd. 

:8c:^jp>Sco8, 4o, 3m, 4o, 4c, n. a gambler. 

-"S^Q' 4(0, 3m, 4c, n. one who exhibits serpents; a juggler. 
:6c^c^5, 4o, 3m, 4o, n. a fencer. 

cSc^GOO^, 4o, 3m, Ic, n. a man who performs athletic feats on 

an upright pole or post. 

c8c^, 4o, lo, n. a dishonest man, a cheat, yDS8o5j^^c8c^, 4o, 

5o, 4o, lo. 
cSiS, 4o, 4c, Ti. a living person; an uneducated person. 

cvp^^Sco, 4o, 5c, 4o, 4c, n. a condemned outcast, lost person; 

one disabled physically from disease or accident. 

CO 8, 4o, lo, n. a great man, a chief. 

XJCoS, 4o, 4o, lo, n. a boaster, braggart. 

cof, 4o, Ic, n. a thief, cSj^.S, 3c, 5c. 

cco9ccS, 4o, Ic, lo, a careless, worthless person. 

cS5, 4o, 4o, a wild, uncultivated, ignorant person. 

ooS, 4o, 3o, n. a villager. 

O'sSy^'sSo^'jS, 4o, 3o, 4o, lo; ov^^^S-scTg, 4o, 3o, 4o, 4c, n. 

the same. 

ooS^JB, 4o, 3o, 3c, n. a peasant. 

0'^'>g^'c|8o8, 4o, 3o, 3c, 4c, 2o, n. the same. 

c^8/3S, 4o, 3o, lo, n. a mediator, a go-between; an indifferent 

person neither good nor bad. 

<poS, 4o, 4c, n. a brave man, ^'^Sg^oS^aS^'^S, 4o, 4c, 4o, lo. 
Jf^j 4o, lo, n. a brave man. 

jpcS, 4o, 2o, n. a man who carries, a porter, cooly, 

<P<Sj^'3So"[8, 4o, 2o, 4o, 4c, n. the same. 

y8, 4o, 4o, n. a strong man. 

yoS, 4o, 5c, n. a person having an unnatural craving for food. 

yoS^'>coo8, 4o, 4m, 4o, 3o, n. a workman. 
yo5cS, 4o, 4m, Ic, n. a tanner. 

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60 J^'a^ 

j^^f 8oSoc|, 4o, 4m, 4c, n. a lowland rice cultivator or one who 

works in a lowland rice field. 
8o5cco'j'jDOo5, 4o, 4m, 4c, 6c, So, n. a polite, complaisant, 

obliging man. 
8o5c8o^"8o5, 4o, 4m, Ic, 4c, 4c, n. a tumbler, ropedancer, 
^oSc"', 4o, 4m, 3c, n. a man who cultivates mountain clearings. 
ScS'oS, 4o, 4o, 3c, n. a steward, butler, jp-sS^cS-oS^cScSo^j 

4o, 4o, 3c, 4o, 4c 
$<jS9S^, 4o, 5c, 2c, Ic, Ic, n. well-informed person. 
j^BSoojg.jJ, 4o, Ic, lo, 5c, 4c, n. a sugar boiler. 

qS-SSo-sS, 4o, Ic, lo, lo, n. the same. 

5iS"8, 4o, Ic, 3c, 71. a cook. 

(i^q^-sS, 4o, Ic, lo, n. a leader in an attack. 

jjDoS, 4o, 3o, Ic, n. a partiier in trade, sw^/poSj^^JD^JS, 4o, 3o, 
Ic, 5c, or in living, as, j^^^/j'sSog, 4o, 3o, Ic, 2c; a com- 
pany in partnership-. 

9',oqScco^, 4o, 5o, 4o, Ic, n. one given to evil ways ; a thief. 

8S, 4o, Ic, 71, a man who has age, but not corresponding 
wisdom and virtue. 

8'3Sc6/3'>S, 4o, 4o, Ic, Ic, 71. a neighbor. 

iSQ, 4o, 5c, n. a dumb person. 

j,S, 4o, 4c, n. vide .o-^CiD^, 4o, 4c. 

yaf3"g<S'ja6jD8, 4o, 2c, 2c, 2c, lo, n. a person neither good nor 

bad, indifferent in every respect. 
^oa^ja6c86', 4o, 2c, 4c, 2c, 4c, n. one neither good nor bad 

neither one thing nor another. 

aaoco'coS, 4o, 2c, 3c, 3c, n. a useless person. 
yarat^Sjag^^S, 4o, 2c, Ic, 2c, lo, n. the same. 

^!8cSj>>S8S, 4o, Im, 4o, 4o. n. strong man. 

y;88c8c^c^c88, 4o, 2o, 3m, 3o, 4c, n. a man who visits a 

woman, whether for a proper purpose, as a lover, or for 
an improper purpose, as a whoremonger; a vicious man. 

jsf^S/sfic8, 4o, 2c, 2o, n. a boaster, braggart. 

j^S, 4o, 4c, n. a starving person, j>>Sj386'.09Sol)^, 4o, 4c, 4o, 2o. 
jag-^Sco', 4o, 2c, 4o, n. a personal follower, an attendant of an 

official. 



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.ovS, 5o, V. />9C, So, to ache, as the body from remaining in 
one position a long time. 

"8'>8, 60, 3c, V. the same. 

jp'^S, 5o, n. a basket carried on the bock with a strap across the 

forehead. 
j^'^0'2^, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. (^oODOi^ P.j one possessed of excellence of 

character. 
jd6*, ic, n. *J36*, 4c, a large hat generally made of the sheaths of 

the bamboo. 

jcxS, 4c, 2o, n. a large hat made of bamboo sheaths. 

cS, 4c, 2o, n. a large Chinese straw hat. 

S'O^CO'^S, 4c, 2c, 5o, 71 a Chinese straw hat from Kolan district. 

oo|c8, 4c, 3c, 4c, n. a Chinese straw hat from Tali districi 

00 S, 4c, Ic, n. a hat made of leaves. 

COO?, 4c, 4c,w,alar^ Chinese hat made of woven bamboo. 
XfS, 4c, V. *jd6', 4c, to patch, mend a hole. 

j:)S, 4c, 4c, v. the same. 

j^S, 2o, n. vide 6dSj^S, 2o, 2o. 

jyS^cS, 2o, 4c, n. (C.S.) a toad, vide "S'^, 5o, 3o. 

j^6, 4o, n. a bull frog, vide BcSjir^S, 2m, 4o; a large frog sup- 
posed to swallow the sun or moon when eclif)sed. 

S'iScS'a^, 4o, Ic, lo, Tk. the great frog supposed to swallow the 
moon in eclipses. 

/i6, 4o, v. *j:>S, 4o, to pot together, unite together as in one; to 
join, consolidate in one, as metals; adv. a^B^'o8j^6^<So,S, 
Ic, 3c, 4o, 4c. 

ceo?, 4o, 4c, V. to join together, to mix together. 

06*, 5o, V. *jyS, 5o, to be even-numbered, to form pairs, as 2, 
4, 6, &c.; to be complete, opp. of SS, 3c 

j^, 5o, 3c, V. to become a pair; to be married. 

^(5, vide jp. 

/p8, Ic, V. *\o"[, Ic, to be afraid, c^, lo; (K. and C.S.) 3c. 

"gS, Ic, 2c, V. the same. 

"^^^oS) Icj 4c, 4o,t>.to shrink back through fear. 

o5, Ic, Ic, V. to respect, reverence, to treat with respect or 
reverence. 



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/d8c^, Ic, lo, p. to fear. 

j^S, Ic, V. (C.S.) to begin, n. a beginning, vide cof*, 2c. 

j^coccS, 2c, 6c, 2o, n. (o8oSco^, B.) an agent, ambeissador. 

j^8c6, 2c, 2o, n. (c^oS^ B.j a body guard. 

^agoSco', 2c, 2o, 2c, 4o, n. a body guard permanently at- 
tached to a prince. 

^8c6op8, 2c, 4o, Ic, n. (cBcS B.) the body. 

^080, 2c, 2o, n. ^06 B.) vide /do, 5c, 2o. 

jd8, 3c, n. (^K. and C.S.) a cluster or tuft springing from one root, 
vide cjDy, Ic. 

038, Sc, z;. *-0'[, 3c, to mix, mingle, as in preparing the ingredients 
of curry. 

jpS, 3c, V. *J3'[, 3c, to be diri;y, soiled; to be stained, tar- 
nished. 

BS, 3c, 2o, f . to be dirty, filthy. 

S-^S-p^, 3c, Im, 3o, r>. to be spotted, stained in places. 

0'>Sco'>Sc'>S, 3c, 2o, Ic, Ic, V. to have a very soiled and faded 

appearance. 
j^8, 4c, n. (K.) any viscous substance, as paste, vide cjdY, 2c. 
ap8, 4c, V. *^|, 4c, (ct B.) to depend on. 
,0' 4c, 2o, V. ( ^^ B.) to worship. 
jd8, 4c, v. (K.) to begin, n. a beginning, vide QJdS, 2c 
yp8iD'[8, 4c, 4c, . vide ^^\'i, 4c, 4c 

j38^S, 4c, 4c, n. (c8tc(raoSi B.) the multiplication table. 
^8c6, 4c, Ic, V. (K.j to be pleasant, delightful to, vide cjd^cS, 

4c, Ic. 
0^8, 5c, n. (K. and C.S. j a person; vide Cjd|, 6c 
yD8yp8, 5c, 2c, n. (<^Qh| B. j the acacia. 
/pS'^cj, 5c, 3c, v. to look cross, stern. 
/^, Ic, V. *JD, Ic, to gather together and talk, to assemble and 

consult. 

jD'>coo5jd'3?, Ic, Ic, 3o, Ic v. the same, ^J^^oS, Ic, 4o, Ic. 

QoS, Ic, lo, V. to consult, talk with an vmmarried woman 

fon the part of a man]. 

08, Ic, 2o, V. to consult, talk with an unmarried man ^on the 

part of a woman). 



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/>, 2c, n. *^, 2c, the sides of the posteriors. 

SoS, 2c, 4c, i. to have unusually projecting posteriors. 

SofS, 2g, 2m, n. the bone binding the hips together, above 

the ^-aS-SoS, 3o, 2m. 
og'iZy 2c, 2c, n. the lower part of the posteriors. 
4, 2c, V. */>, 2c, to be enough, ample, sufficient for any purpose. 
ooSoSS, 2c, 4c, 3m, v. to have a sufficiency, plenty, abundance. 
CO, 2c, 2c, V. to be ample, amply sufficient. 
4, 3c, V. *o, 3c, to be overcast, overspread with clouds, as the 

sky; to cover with thickly interwoven foliage, so is to 

produce an obscure light. 
cSoo-^Sc^, 3c, Ic, Ic, Ic, V. to be depressed in mind. 
<SdjP^S, 3c, 5c, 3c, 4o, v. to have the sky overspread with clouds. 
6d'^, 3c, lo, n. rain clouds. 

g^, 3c, 2c, n. light clouds without rain, vide g.S^, 2c, 3c. 
jD, 4c, V. *j5, 4c, to repair in any manner. 

sS. 4c, 4o, V. the same, J^^oS. 4c, 4m. 

c66gj^, 4c, 4o, 2o, 3c, v. to repair religious buildings. 

O, 4c, V. *J?), 4c, to feel, feel of, as with the hand; to grope, as 

a blind man, used of searching for something in the dark, 

in this sense alwa}^ followed by j5, 4c. 
J^, 4c, V. to surround. 

006*, 4c, 5c, V. to surround or invest a city or place with 

troops unexpectedly, as in the night, also, jpo^^, 4c, 4c. 

JD, 4c, V. to go about and collect voluntary gifts for a charitable 
purpose, to join, unite. 

j^o, 4c, 4c, adv. exceedingly, used of darkness, that is, so dark 
that one must feel his way, coiSoSSj^jd, 4c, 2c, 4c, 4c. 

j5c, 4c, 4c, adv. the same; also used with c6 Ic, 

jo, 5c, v. *jd, 5c, to seek knowledge of something distant by 
means of divination, for which piu-pose rice or other mate- 
rials are used. 

CO 5, 6c, 2o, V. to invoke blessing on. 

J^, lo, V. */), lo, to be round, as a cylinder. 

^, lo, V. */>, lo, to cover, cover up by casting up, as earth over 
any thing or ashes over coals. 



54 ^ 

^, 2o, V. *^, 2o, to be muddy, less than ya^S, Ic; n. mud, 
mire. 

c8S(.)\, 2o, 3c, 2c, n. the hole in the earth beneath or near a 

house, where filthy water and refuse are thrown, oSoS^ui, 
2c, 3c, 2c. 

'>c8, 2o, 3c, n. filth. 

jD. 3o, V. *'0, 3o, to stoop, to bow head and body. 

.o, 3o, 4c, V. the same. 

1)8, 3o, 3c, V. to stoop and enter, 

(?8, 3o, Ic, V. to hold the head down. 

j5>, 4o, n. *j5, 4o, two viss in weight, two hundred rupees. 
,o, Ic, V. (K.) to mix, mingle, vide j^8, 3c. 
jj5, Ic. V. (K.) to be dirty, soiled, vide ^8, 3c. 
y|>, Ic, V. "'^'[j Ic, to sing, as birds. 

jj, 2c, n. *o'[, 2c, a bud of a leaf or flower; v. to bud; with 
8, lo, it is used adverbially, vide 08, lo. 

od8, 2c, 5c, v. to begin to open, as a bud or a leaf. 

./J, 2c, n. */5|, 2c, a block, bench, couch, bedstead, often followed 
by c8, 3c. 

8, 2c, 3o, n. a bench or couch for officials, so named from 

the pattern used. 
'^C'^S, 2c, 4c, n. a bedstead, bed. 

c8^, 2c, 3c, n. a stand for books. 

VD, 3c, V. to be even numbered, to form pairs; n. a pair of any 

thing, vide j^S, 5o. 
J^, 3c, pr. a. every, distributive, 

s/y[, 3c, 5c, pr. a. everybody. 

SJD-[/^/^'3^, 3c, 5c, Sc, 4o, pr, a, the same, 

^, 3c, 3c, adv. every evening. 

S6, 3c, 2c, adv. every time. 

55^2"], 8c, 2c, 3c, 2c, adv. the same. 

'^'3^, 3c, 4c, adv. every night. 

ooS^caf^, 8c, 5c, Ic, 4c, 8c, adv. every day, morning, noon 

and night; daily. 

ctpSyjo-jS, 3c, 3c, 3c, lo, adv. every time. 

cx^S^cA, 3c, 3c, 8c, 4o, adv. the same. 



qS 65 

jjc^o^^S, 8c, 5o, Sc, lo, pr. a. every kind; everything. 

o^S^cSdqC, 8c-,5o,3c,4c; o^Syj^aoS, 3c,5o,3c,lc, pr. a. the same, 

eS^ooS, 3c, 3c, 3c, 4o, adv. everywhere. 
c8yjc8cp, 3c, 3c, 3c, lo, adv. the same. 
9^, 3c, Ic, adv. every morning. 

0^, 3c, 3c, adv. every time. 

(28, Se, 2c; 66Sj^A, 3c, 2c, 3c, 4c, a^it;. the same. 

cJo'^oj, 3c, 2o, 3c, 3c, adt;. every direction. 
SSjjo-sS, 3c, 5c, 3c, 4c, adv. every day. 

o8, 3c, 4c, ad!t^. the same, 

y8, 3c, Ic, n. every one. 

^, 3c, V. */3'[, 3c, to borrow, ^something to be returned, not the 

same but in kind). 
B'3^, 3c, Ic, V. to borrow money for one's support. 

"^-^"goS, 3c, 3c, 3c, 2c, V. to borrow. 

o-sS, 3c, Ic, V. to borrow from one person for another. 
(J^<S, 3c, lo, V. to borrow. 

uS, 3c, Ic; yaoS, 3c, Ic, v. the sam. 

^, 3c, V. *0'[, 3c, to take in, withdraw, as clothes exposed to the sun. 

jy, 3c, V. to be satisfied, used with jaS 2c, (b). 

JD, 4c, Vi *JD'[, 4c, (cf^% B.) to exchange, traffic, c8Jd, 3o; to 

transcribe, copy. 
c8, 4c, 3g, v. to transcribe, copy. 
'Op\%, 4c, 4c, n. fcoScoOt B.) a curved stick used to connect a 

flag with its staff. 
cso'g.'jS, 4c, 4c, 4c, 2c, n. ( o^gf ^0 ^^ curved stick 

connecting a flag with its staff. 
.ojD,S, 4c, 2c, V. to call, as children playing hide and seek, 
jjjco', 4c, 5c, V. (C.S.) to be emaciated, run down, vide cS, Sc. 
c^, 2c, V. *JD|, 2c, to be few, not many, small in quantity or 

amount; (K. ) 4c. 
C^oo], 2c, 2c, n. (^coooo P.) the hair, "^-sSjp^S, lo, Ic. 
c^ecS, 2c, 2c, n. (K.) a native of Kathay, vide j:>q:), 5c, 4o. 
c.Soo^j:^^jd, 2c, 3c, 4o, 5c, n. a part of a bamboo joint prepared 

for a cup or bucket and used by Shan travellers, 9CC3o8c^ 

cg 5c, 3c, 2c, 3c. 



56 qS 

qSqc, 4c, 2c, n. vide cc8cc8, 4c, 2c. 

c^coQ^c^c^coo^, 4c, 2c, 2o, 2c, (c^soo6cgcoo5 B.) money raised 

by direct taxation. 
c^8S, 4c, 4o, n. (cragSStB.) a number of small brass gong' 

hung in a circular frame, 
c^, 2o, n. *JD|, 2c, a headman. 

oPSooSccSdV, 2o, 5c, 4o, 4o, 4c, n. the commander of a vessel. 

/sS, 2o, lo, n. the chief of a guard station. 

jDoS, 2o, 2o, n. a person who collects revenue in markets for 
a prince. 

yC^, 2o, 2c, n. a head collector of revenue. 

"9^9, 2o, 2c, 4c, n. the same. 

CI ^', 2o, 4c, 4o, n. one who inflicts punishment in hell, iS 

cu^Cjci', 2o, 3c, 4c, 4o. 
co-^, 2o, lo, n. the leader of a band of robbers. 

oo5, 2o, 2c, n. a jail keeper, bailiff. 

oo5g, 2o, 2c, 4c, n. the same. 

6dBco, 2o, 4c, Ic, n. an official who has charge of a gate. 

(Sdoo8, 2o, 3c, lo, n. a leader among young women. 

c5dw8, 2o, 3c, 2o, n. a leader among the young men of a district, 

ccSj^o8, 2o, 3c, 2o. 

cfcdSS, 2o, 3c, 4c, n. a female who has charge of the women 

and children of a prince. 

cSj^co^, 2o, 3c, 5c, n. the leader of a band of thieves. 

cSjjo8, 2o, 3c, 2o, 11. vide <sS6^S, 2o, 3c, 2o. 

cwVc^q', 2o, 8c, 4c, 4o, n. vide c^ci6|', 2o, 4c, 4o. 

o^, 2o, 3o, n. the headman of a village. 

(i^^8(p'>S, 2o, Ic, lo, n, a military officer. 

^8, 2o, 4o, n. a person who has charge of a boat. 

^^8 00 Sc6D'i^, 2o, 4o, 4o, 4c, n. the commander of a vessel. 

yagvSco', 2o, 2c, 4o, n. a man in the employ of an official. 
cJ5, 2o, V. *JD|, 2c, to be mature, firm, opposed to 9^, 2c. 

^S, 2o, 3o, v. the same. 

"Sep, 2o, 5o, V. to be small, stunted for one's age. 

|8, 2o, 4c, V. to come to mature age. 

cco^, 2o, 2c, V. to be small for one's age. 



cJ5 6T 

sScBSBS, 2o, So, So, V. to be firm in texture as vegetables, no 

longer tender as maize when the kernels are hard from 

mature growth. 
bJB, 2o, v. *'0\, 2c, (^cocS B.) to deliver from evil, save; ^K.) 4>c. 
VjoS, 2o, 3c, t>. { goS B.) to deliver, save. 
coS, 2o, 2o, V. ( aooS B.) to free, deliver, release; (K.) 4c. 4c. 
cdSo^^iOsS.rag^ccS, 2o, 2o, 3c, Ic, 2c, Ic, v. to deliver out of 

completely. 
o^B, ^07 3c, V. ( ^o5 B.) to deliver, save from. 
i8, 2o, Ic, V. the same. 
cJB, 3o, n. *J3], 3c, an intermediate space; a crack; prep, between, 

in the midst of. 
jdS, So, lo, n. the same. 
c8S, So, 2m, n. the intermediate space betwei two sides of an 

angle or a comer. 
co^, 80, 5c, n. the angle formed by two lines, particularly its 

point, 
oo|. So, Ic, n. the depression betwei the two eyes. 
c8>^c^98. So, Ic, So, 4c, n, space between the fingers and toes; 

adv. in the care of. 

S8, So, 4c, n. space between the fingers; adv. between the hands.. 
C0<S'"Ss5, So, 2c, Sc, So, n, the interstices of the ribs. 

co'. So, Ic, n. a valley. 

ccS, So, So, n. the midst of a valley. 

ccSc^co*, So, So, So, Ic, n. the midst of a valley among 

mountains. 

J^*"^5a^' ^> ^' ^' ^ ** ^^ midst of a valley with a stream 

of water. 

jj^cBoo'[, So, Ic, 3o, Ic, adv. in one's presence, as ^''j^]qB(^q& 

OOj, lo, 2c, So, Ic, So, Ic, to disappear from one's presence. 

a^B, So, 4o, n. the centre of the chest; the depression at the 

breast bone upwards. 
cJB, 80, V. *'0\, Sc, to untie, unloose, unroll. 
c8o5-g, So, Sc, 4o, V. to answer a diflBcult question, to answer 

back, to do away with a dispute or difficulty; to propose 

questions in rivalry. 

a 



58 />' 

eS, 4o, n. *-0'[, 4c, a body of flowing water. 

ac, 4o, 5c, n. the same. 

ci5, 4o, r. *>\, 4c, (<^ B.) to exceed, go beyond, siirpass, c88, 

lo, 09^, 6o. 
ft^, 4o, n. (CS.) a charm to preserve from danger, vide ccS, 4o. 
oJy, 4o, r. (^C.S.) to have severe continuous pain in the bowels, 

ride cc6, 4o. 
c^, 5o, p. to be weakened in flavor, tasteless, vide ooS, lo. 
eJysoSeS^xSf 5o, 5o, 5o, 5o, adv. hobblingly. 
c^cuSoo^JB, 5o, 5o, 2c, 3c, v. (c^ci oo^oS B.) to speak evil of, 

revile, 
/>*, Ic, r. *S Ic, to be distant, far, not near. 
cS, Ic Ic, V. to be far from one's heart, to have little hold of 

one's affections, never for a moment to have entertained the 

thought. 
s<B, Ic, 4c, tj. to be safe, distant from evil. 

S, Ic, 4c, V. to declaie one's self unwilling to have anything 

to do with another, addressed in the 2nd person. 

Q^, Ic, 2o, D. to be safe, distant from enemies. 

(xysSj Ic, 2o, V. the same. 

/>*, 2c, fu Sj 2c, a fowl, whether a cock or a hen; fK.)4<c. 

A 2c, Sc, n. a small white insect which changes into a gadfly. 

v^, 2c, Ic, V. to crow, as a cock; (K.j 4c, 4c. 

"3^, 2c, Ic, n. a pheasant. 

^ic88, 2c, Ic, Im, n. vide jd'cS-sScSS, 2c, Ic, Im. 

-^oSS-aS, 2c, lo, 3c, n. a fowl with its feathers reversed. 

oo6, 2c, 5o, . a turkey. 

c3o, 2c, 3c, n. a fowl used to decoy wild fowls. 

ao6wo'coo^, 2c, 3c, 2c, 2c, n. the same. 
c8o5, 2c, 4c, n. vide iD'c8o5, 2c, 4o. 

co^coo, 52c, Ic, Im, n. a screech owl, supposed to have the 
power of calling the spirit of a sick person and causing 
death, oo'B.S, 4o, 4o. 

cco'f/D'sS, 2c, 2c, Ic, V. to fight, as fowls. 

cfioS, 2c, 4o, V. to cackle, "Sto^, 3c, Ho. 

cS-sf , 2c, 2o, n. a jungle fowl. 



JD 59 

o'o^, 2c, 5c, n. a waterfowl. 

co^, ^ 8c, 7J. a cock, infreq. 

<Jo|, 2c, 4c, tt. (C.S.) wtZ^ -o'^l, 2c, Ic. 
c$jj, 2c, 3c, n. <A *aw^ as /d'co^, 2c, 3c. 

<^*^> 2c, 8c, 3o, n. a cock with plumage like a hen. 

c^, 2c, 8o, n. a hen. 

cdSoo, 2c, 4o, 5c, n. a species of large fowL 

5^^' ^''' ^*'' ^ ** * ^il^^ss fowl. 

j;BJB, 2c, 4io, n. a species of small fowl used as a decoy. 

j;8^jog, 2c, 4o, 5c, n. the same. 

^'3^, 2c, 2c, w. a chicken. 

o'^c^i, 2c, or 2o, 4c, n, {co^Oi B.) a shed or booth, also 

i\'iQ\%, 2c, 4c. 
o', 8c, V, (C.S. and K.) to light, as a lamp, candle, vide oo% 3c. 
o^, 8c, a. (K.) blue, vide og, 2c 
o', 8c, V. to exchange, e85, 3o, sometimes J^, 8c. 
o% 8c, adv. just now, r^ide ^8/3*, 3o, 8c. 
o^, 4c, aZ#o 4o, n. a green slimy substance, which colle<^ts on water; 

moss, also "', 4c, inde "o'ooS, 4c, 4c; (K. and CS.j 3c. 
oo8, 4c, 4c, 71. the same. 

B-jSo'cjoi^, 4c, Ic, 4c, Ic, n. moss on stones. 

o'-ac, 4c, 5c, n. ^K.) a water beetle, vide |^, ic, 5c. 

X)', 4c, n. vide J^, 4c. 

o'jgS, 4c, 8c, n. iiie trigger of a gun. 

o^ 5c, p. *5, 5c, to exert one's self, to make repeated or contin- 
uous efforts; to be often repeated, frequently done, as a 
custom, "OdS, Ic; used sometimes i8 an a. or adv. 

5'$, 5c, Ic, f. to eat frequently, habitually, as cattle in a 
pasture or wonted feeding place. 

'o^S, 5c, 4c, V, the same as jd', 5c. 

'>c'["o8, 5c, 8c, 8c, r;. to work vig(MX)usly when near mealtime y 

to be an eye-servant, 
/>', lo, V. *S, Ic, to go by or near. 
Xi^, lo, n. (^C.S.) a till or tray of a box, vide /sQ'jS, lo. 
>^, lo, V. (K.) to smear, to dab with some smearing substance, 

vide (X>\ 5o. 



60 CJD| 

^', 2o, r. *B, ^ to place in a raised position between two points; 
to erect, as stairs; to put across a stream for passage; to 
couple words together; to seek by a roundabout speech or 
by means of a go-between; n. the name of the sign (^'). 

Jg'^) 2o, Ic, V. to erect rafters. 

-O^, 2o, 4c, adv. with one knee over the other, mde '>C'>S"Oi 

jo^^-i^, 4c, Ic, 2o, 4c 

"icty, 2o, Ic, Ic, V. to put across as two joists or sticks like the 

sign of multiplication. 

^8, 2o, Ic, V. to bridge, make a bridge over. 

'So, 2o, c, V. to put in place a cross beam on which the plate 

of a roof is made to rest. 

coSy 2o, So, V. to cause to unite; to seek by a roundabout way, 

ccxJcocS, 2o, So, So, V. to unite words properly, in a suitable 

manner, especially in poetry. 

3o6'jd'.P, 2o, 4o, 2o, 4o, v. to couple words together. 

i<J, Xo, lo, V. to put a cross beam connecting the tops of two 

posts. 

V>*, 8o, V. to remove a film from the eye by a solution of ^o5, 
2o, Ic, or by the smoke of old thatch, sometimes 3c 

OO]^, So, Ic, V. the same. 

io', 4o, c. to be gritty as food not properly freed from sand, to 
be hard as partially cooked vegetables, used with JToS, 4c 

^', 4o, V. S, 4c, to itch, to produce an itching sensation, as the 
prickles on some kinds of plants; to feel rough from the 
presence of dirt, as a bed or any flat surface; n. the fine 
prickles on the bamboo sheath and the leaves of some planta, 
wliich produce an itching sensation, if touched. 

', 4o, 5c, n. the fine prickles on the bamboo sheath. 

^'^y 4o, 4c, n. the fine prickles of a certain creeper. 

jo', 4o, v. ^K.) to mark with a rapid sidelong motion, vide ,p', 5o. 
cjd|, 5c, n. JD, 5c, a person; a friend, associate; a. aux. applied 
to persons. 

/>'>c, 5c, Ic, n. a friend. 

jd6, 5c, ^, n. an old-time friend. 

^o^, 5c, 3c, Ic, n. a person who is security for debt. 



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CO|00'S, 6c. 40, Zo, n. a bold, fearless man, used in a good 
sense. 

co'c8, 5c, 4rt>, Ic, n, a man of strength. 

:cS, 5c, 3o, also 3c, n, a friend. 

cc^cSzSB, 5c, 2c, 3c, n. a composer; a translator; a poet, 

^oS, 5c, 5c, n. that person. 

>', 5c, 5c, n. this person. 

3o5cyD|^o, 5c, 3c, 5c, 4jc, n. a familiar friend. 

38, 5c, 5c, n. a cook. 

c8o, 5c, Im, n. one person; flkijy. alone, 
eg, 5c, Ic, pro. who? 

Jo5c/>i ooS, 5c, 4m, 5c, 3o, n. a workman. 

5CjD|8a5, 5c, 5c, 5c, 3c, n. an acquaintance. 

^Coj5"'>S, 5c, 5c, 5c, Ic, n. a witness, an eye or ear witness. 
^coS, 5c, 5c, 4c, n. an acquaintance. 

jSQ-^S-oQn, 5c, Ic, 2o, 4c, n. an accused person. 

;aQ'>S^o5[oq[, 5c, Ic, 4m, 4c, n. a complainant, plaintiff. 

C01, 5c, V. */3, 5c, to catch with a hook; to hook and draw 

down, as the branch of a tree. 
CO|oo, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. ^coToow P.) Gaudama, the fourth Buddh of 

the present cycle, aUo co^oow, 2c, 5c, 5c 
CO*?, Ic, n. *^], Ic, a cluster or tuft springing from one root, 

as a cluster of sprouts, a tuft of grass; a group of people. 
-QcS, Ic, 3o, n. a cluster of plantain trees. 

-38, Ic, 3c, n. a cluster of rice plants. 

iiSSS, lc,2o,lm, n. a pineapple plant, also o^'3^qS3S, 3o,2o,lm, 

w', Ic, 5c, n. a cluster or clump of bamboos. 

d38, Ic, 3o, n. a clump of grass. 

Q>^f Ic, V. *^'[, Ic, to lean upon, or against, as two persons 

showing their affection; to meet, gather together, as several 

persons. 
qj:>^, 2c, n. *S, 2c, aay viscous substance, as starch, psiste, glue. 
CJ3^, 2c, V. *S, 2c, to begin, make a beginning, be first; n. a 

beginning. 
c8, 2c, Sc, V. to make a beginning; n. the beginning; adv, 

first, at the beginning. 



62 J?S 

co^oo, 2c, 5c; ooS, 2c, 5c, 4c, v. the sanne, 
60, 2c, 5c, ado. anciently, in the olden time. 

JjScS, 2c, Ic, 4c, adv. the same as cjd^oo, 2c, 6c. 

CX>^, 2c, V. *aD'[, 2c, to pik up, gather into a pile with care, 

nicely; n, a pile. 
jo8, 2c, Ic, t;. to gather together, heap up; n. a. heap, 8^oS 

S^CJD^, Im, Ic, Im, 2c. 
cjo^oow, 2c, 5c, 5c, n. vide Cjo'[00, 6c, 5c, 5c. 
SnoH, 2c, n. I^ccTTB.J a stain, flaw ^in precious stones). 
Cjd'i'o^, 2c, 3c, n. ^coTt^oS B.) various kinds of precious stones, 
cjo^cx)], 2c, 2c, 11. ^ccfTcjp B.) a British soldier, private, 006 cjd^ 

ooj, 5c, 2c, 2c, a British regiment. 
c/>9, 3c, adv. also conj. although (^ affix], also 4c. 

QO\, 3c, 2c, cory. although (affix), vide 8oD cud^oo^, 

5m, 5c, 3c, 2c. 
OO"!^ c/D^cx)'^, 3c, 2c, 3c, 2c, conj. whether or. 

oo\^, 3c, 2c, 4c, adv. so let it be; never mind, cjd^ooSwoS, 

3c, 5c, 4c. 
CJD^, 4c, V. to abound, be plentiful, as a stock of goods, in/req, 
CjO^, 4c, adv. the same as cjd'J', 3c. 
CJD^co]^, 4c, 2c, n. (qcoOoo P.) an epoch, era. 
CjoYc^, 4c, Ic, jy. to be pleasant, delightfvil to. 
cjo9oo, 4c, 5c, n. (^cooooo P.) a kautha, a measure of distance 

equal to twenty ok-tha-bahs, about 4200 feet. 
C/>^'>c'[, 4c, 2c, n. (^coTlcODO P.) an ox, (^6, 4c. 
cjoj^Cj^j^S, 4c, 2c, 2c, n, (coH^ocjiaS' P.) the 2nd Buddh of this 

cycle. 
Cjo^a]c8cp, 4c, 2c, 4m, n. (^colcpOi^ B.) a kind of substance 

found in the stomach of animals and used as a medicine. 
^^, 4c, V. *jyS, 4c, to be connected with, to correspond with or be 

suitable to be joined with something else; to match; to 

unite, associate. 
^oo], 4c, 2c, 2c, n. permanent things belonging to the earth, 

such as mountains and oceans. 
o|l 4c, 4c, t). to be by, alongside of; to associate; to match. 
CoS, 4c, 3o, V. the same as BS, 4c; to be together, associated. 



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^l8cS8, 4c, lo, V. to be together, to be side by side, joined to; 
to dwell together. 

J'^^j 4c, 4o, n. things that naturally belong to a house, as the 

furniture, windows and doors. 

^, 4c, 4c, V. to do together, act in concert, associate in any 

business. 
8Sc8^, 4c, 4c, adv. excessively, with O^S, 5o. 
8j6, 5c, . *J3^, 5c, a bridle for tethering an animal, infreq. 

vide ^S, Ic. 
, 5c, 5c, n. a pony's bridle. 

c>, 5c, 4c, n. a bridle for an ox. 

5, 2o, V. */3S, 2o, to be dirty, filthy, used with ^8, 3c. also 
with SB, 3c, as BS^S, 3c, So, to roll from one side to 
another as a horse, lit. to roll and become dirty. 

5S85, 2o, 2o, adv. intensive, oa6, Ic, very tall and slim, 

BS, 2c, V, *jdS, ^, to be suitable, fit, proper; to fit. 

/>"], 2c, 3c, V. to have a suitable price, to be fitted to the price. 

oo'S, 2c, 2o, V. to be just enough, sufficient, suitable. 
8S, 2c, 4m, V. the same. 

cQS, 2c, 3o, V. to be equal, suitable. 

q^Sw^S, 2c, 3o, 4c, v. to ha've one's appointments or clothing 
adapted to him, .^Stj^S^SopS, 2c, 3o, 2c, Ic. 

of^Sf 2c, 3o, to fit, to match well. 

,8S/>1, 2c, 3c, adv. useless, in vain, without any result, prefixed 

to a sentence. 
SS^S, 3c, 3c, adv. loudly, with power, as ci)CoS,^S^8, 5c, Ic, 3c, 

3c, to thunder loudly, vide "^S^^S, 3c, 3c. 
-18 S, 5c, V. *.o8, 5c, to do suddenly, as a person without previous 

notice; to occur without any warning, as a sudden illness. 
x>8, 5c, 5c, V. the same, used in composition. 
i8S8S, lo, lo adv. intensive, more than is proper, OoS, Ic 
^8, 3o, V. to be mature, used only with qB, 2o. 
BS, 4o, n. *joS, 4o, ^8co9B,) a collection, assemblage, c^8, 4o, 

a sect, of which there are several among the Buddhists, as 
^Sa^isc^S, 4o, 4c, lo, JJSg'^8, 4o, 4c, 4c, ^S88c^^, 4o, 

4o, 2c, .^So^Scoo^caS, 4o, lo, 4c, 2c. 



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^Soo5, 4o, 8c, n. xnde SSogS, 4o, 3c. 
ar^S, 4o, 5c, n. vide SSa^S, 40, 5c. 
SS, 4o, V. *J3S, 4o, to lean one way as an upright post, to incline; 

to hang over in a curve; to bend over or downwards; to 

be bent down. 

0'[^S'8^, 4k), 2c, 4o, 4c, v. to reel, lean to one side and thea 

to the other. 
ocS, 4o, So, V. to bend over. 
^6J86, 4o, 4o, adv. plainly, used with cooS 3o, fh.) 
BcS, 3c, v. *jdo5, 3c, to go under, disappear, as water in a hole, 

or in the vortex of a whirlpool, znde COsS, 3c. 
.8o5, 4c, V. */5oS, 4c, to stop, to remain, to wait; to be left; t 

be astounded, frightened, stupefied through surprise or 

fear. 

CiD"|^c68, 4c, 5c, Im, V. to be left alone. 
J^'^t 4c, 2o, V. the same as BcS, 4c. 

^6, 4c, Ic, r>. to be unable to proceed from mental uncertaint/" 
or fear of advancing. 

"6, 4c, Ic, r>. to be unable to go, to be kept from going. 

c8jd8, 4c, Ic, 5c, v, to stop in a despondent or disappointed 

attitude. 
88, 4c, 3o, r. to be unable to proceed from stupidity, astonish.- 

ment, fear or sorrow. 
od8, 4c, 4c, v. to stop. 

TD^CoS, 4c, 4o, Ic, V. to be after in time or space. 
uicoS, 4c, 3c, Ic, V. the same. 

SS, 4c, Ic, V. the sam^ as ^oS88, 4c, So. 

w'8, 4c, 2o, V. the sam. 

ScS, 5c, V. *oo5, 5c, to cut in two, by cutting across as a stick 

of wood, vide 5^'>8, 4c. 
Sc8, 5c, V. to carry, bear on the shoulder, xnde cc?, 2o. 
(j^iJ, 5c, 2o, V. to render service, usually to a superior, 3cS<j'3 

i3Q<^, 5c, 2o, 5c, 5c. 
BaSco*, 5c, 3c, V. to remember, bring to mind, "O^cSco", 4c, 

Ic, 3c. 
^oSc^co'', 5c, Ic, Sc, V. the same. 



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So5, 2o, V. *JDoS, 2o, to remove by strokes towards one's self, as 
a heap of rice; to level the top of a measure, as of rice 
with a stick or with the hand, vide <poS, 2o. 

ScS, 2o, V, *jDo5, 2o, to bring forth, give birth to; to be 
bom. 

coSjd'sS, 2o, 3o, Ic, V. to be born on the same day but not of 

the same mother. 
cSd-^SwjScx (S*, 2o, lo, 4o, 2o, v. to endure the discomforts of 

pregnancy and childbirth. 
cSdjccS, 2o, Ic, lo, V, to bring forth twins; to be twins. 

1, 2o, 4c, V. to be born. 

cQS, 2o, 5m, V. to bring forth, bear. 

c8Sco^c8ScoS, 2o, 5m, 3c, 5m, 4o, v. the same. 

Jl-'^'^j 2o, 3o, Ic, V. to be born of the same parents. 
B'3^, Ic, n. vide '^S'sS, lo, Ic; (^K. and CS.) 3o. 
S'^, 4c, n. ^JD-^S, 4c, the spines of a catfish, cS, 3m. 
B'sS, 4c, V. ^JD-sS, 4c, to be many, to be abundant, 9C, Ic. 
B"^, 2o, n. *JD'3S, 2o, a bar used for fastening by placing in a 
hole; one of a pair of bars. 

ooBoQ, 2o 4c, Ic, n. a bar used in fastening a door. 

.S-^S, 2o, V. */39S, 2o, to break down, fall to pieces, come to 
ruin as masonry; to slip down, as a mass of earth from a 
higher place, co'vfiaS, Ic, 2o, vide .O"^, !^io; (K.J 4o. 

^fi-sS, 5o, V. '^'jD'^S, 5o, to procrastinate, be dilatory, wait for 
another to do what one should do himself, vide w5, 3c. 

S'^, 5o, V. to borrow on security. 

-^c', 5o, lo, V. the same. 

S(S. 2o, n. *7d6'. 2o, the bark of a tree when separated from the 
tree; a thin sheet or layer of anything; (K.y 4o. 

c8'^, 2o, Ic, n. a sandal. 

^o^, 2o, 2o, Ic, 71. a thin piece of rock split off from the 

mass, a laver of slaty rock. 
SS, 3o, V. ' >d6*, 3o, to be numerous, a great many, spread over 

an area. 
JzS/^], 3o, 3o. 2c, V. to be many or much and extended, as the 

houses of a crowded city, or waters spread abroad. 
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66 ^S 

36scaRS9tBcS, So, 2c, 3o, lo, v. to be numerous in population; 

a figure borrowed from a hornet's nest. 
56*, 4o, n. (K.) the thick white rind of a large lime, vide ^S, So. 
SS, Ic, V. *j5, Ic, to prepare a gruel of boiled rice, water and 

a little curry or seasoning for a sick person. 
,8<S, 3c, D. to be dim, not clear, not bright, used with ^8, 4c, 

also to be dull, without understanding. 

c6, So, Ic, V. the same. 

BS, 4c, V. *JD, 4c, to be firm, immovable. 

"88, 4c, 2o; 9S"S6, 4c, 3c, 2o, v. the same. 

SS, 5c, n. */>, 5c, changeability of form or appearance, rela- 
ting to color, as satin; inconstancy of mental state or 
condition, vide 8w^58c54k, Im, 5c, Im. 5c. 

J^S, 3o, n. *^, 3o, the tliick white rind of a large lime beneath 
the green outer rind; the meat of a cocoanut or any similar 
fruit; the white of an egg; the flesh of the body, (b. ); v. 
to have a smooth, flattering manner. 

c8<S, 8o, 3o, V. the same as last def. 

^8, Ic, n. *JD'[, Ic, a bridle for tethering an animal, 

, Ic, 5c, n. a bridle. 

8Soo'[, Ic, Ic, V. to roll up the eyes as when one wishes to 

intimidate; ^K. and C.S.) 3c, 3c. 
^8c.^8oo"[, Ic, Ic, Ic, Ic, V. the same; also, S^^tOQ\R^o:i\^ Ic, 

3c, Ic, Ic 
^8^8, 3c, 3c, also 5c, 5c, adv. resoundingly, applied to the 

waves of the sea, and the murmuring sound of many voices. 

'*^^' ^^' ^^' ^^' ^^' ^^^ savie. 

,88, 4c, V. *o|, 4c, to make an acquaintance, be acquainted with, 

used with SoS, 3c. 
,^8, lo, n. *JD|, Ic, salt; (K. and C.S.) 3o. 

c8, lo, 4m, n. the same; common salt. 

oo./gH, lo, 5c, 4c, n. sugar. 

c5, lo, 4c, n. very fine salt, slightly bitter. 

dSS00^, lo, 4c, 4c, n. (oScao B.) rock salt 

CO*, lo, 4o, n. salt in large crystals. 

c9'o, lo, 3c, lo. n. salt brought from China. 



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SSo'jS, lo, lo, n, sugar. 

J3Qo5, lo, 2c, n. salt in brick form, from China. 

B8, lo, a. an expression of dislike, contempt, as ^S58, 4o, lo, 

s'^8, 3o, lo. 
Bo, 2o, n. tlie private parts of either sex vulgar; also the 

seed-like scales on the outside of 3<o5, 2o, oc. 
.88, 4o, V. JDJ, 4c, to trust in for something, as a teacher; to 

look for benefit; to look with longing for some object 

difficult of attainment, as .S88'SooS, 4o, Im, Ic, to long 

to be a ruler. 

o8S, 4o, Im, V. to rely on the voice of another, as a person 

learning to sing. 
cS, 4o, Ic, V. to make a propitiatory oJBTering to a nat, 

c8jD'>^, 4o, Ic, Ic, V. to look for advantage, benefit. 
co'.S^, 4o, 3c, Ic, V. to trust in, rely on. 

S^, 5o, V. *JD, 5c, to make light of, hold up to contempt, as the 

words of a person, cp^o'^-g, 4c, lo, 4o. 
SS, 5o, V. *>o, 5c, to be foolish, not clever, JD88aDC|, 5c, 5o, 5c^ 5c. 
j^, 2c, V. SS, So, to remove by breaking, as the skin in order 

to remove bad blood; to remove water by digging a passage 

for it to flow off. 

-^ccS, 2c, 5c, 3o, V. to teach a stupid person ('remove the rind 

of his stupidity). 

3S, 2c, 2o, V. to remove, as the bark of a tree; to strip off 

the skin of fruit, to peel; to shell. 
co8, 2c, 4o, V. to clean refuse from a ditch or trench. 

cBcS, 2c, 3o, V. to scarify. 

j^8, 2c, 3c, V. to dig a ditch or trench. 

jaQO, 2c, Ic, V. the same as jgS, 2c. 

^BjoS, 2c, 2o, v. to be unsteady, not firm, as a boat upon water, 
j^O'^, 2c, Ic; to rinse, as a cup by shaking water in it 
lightly. 

io5,3c,iy,^G00DCQ B.) V. to collect duties, imposts, taxes, vide SS, 4m. 

jdS, 3c, lo, V. the same. 

dg^og', 3c, 3c, V. (K.) to ask repeatedly, to importune, tease, 
vide c^JBooS, 4c, 2c. 



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jj)B, 4c, n. *BS, 4o, a cup, bowl, a small vessel; a concavity. 

3'3^'^, 4c, Ic, 5c, n. a drinking cup. 

), 4c, 4c, n. a gold cup. 

^o5, 4c, 2o, n. a small basket used to wash rice before cooking. 

^S, 4c, 3c, n. a small basket with or without a covering of 

the gum of the black varnish tree. 

-g^, 4c, 5o, Tu a vessel used as a measure containing half a 

Q<S, 2o. 

8'>S, 4c, 4c, n. a silver cup. 

coccS, 4c, 5c, 2o, n. a vessel used as a measure containing one 

fourth of a qS, %i. 

c8^, 4c, 2m, n. a cup with a single foot or standard; a goblet, 

oSS, 4c, lo, n. a glass cup or tumbler. 

CoS28, 4c, 3c, 4c, n. a basin for washing the hands. 

oocj^, 4c, 5c, 4c, n. the depression at the head of a native 

violin. 

ooS, 4c, lo, n. a large basket for holding rice. 

ooSodSooS, 4c, 2o, 2o, 3c, n. (^ooSc^oS B.j a vessel to contain 

an offering of food at a pagoda. 

coS, 4c, 2c, n. the upper shell of a turtle used as an oil dipper; 

an oil dipper. 

cpS, 4c, Ic, n. a cup or dish made of leaves, O'^^ooS, 2o, Ic 

ooScSS, 4c, 4c, lo, n. a copper cup or vessel. 

ooScSS, 4c, 4c, lo, n a brass cup or vessel. 

ooc3/3q8, 4c, 4o, 2o, n. ^coojooS B. j a spittoon. 

cd^co, 4c, 2o, 5c, 5c, n. the same. 

>". 4c, 5c, n. a water dipper. 

->c8.S, 4c, 5c, 5c, n. an inkstand. 

^S. 4c, 2o, 7U a vessel used as a measure, containing one 

sixteenth of a oo5, lo. 

cfc'sS, 4c, 2o, n. f oE B. j a glass cup or tumbler, ^OoSS, 4c, lo. 
oo^. 4c, 4c, n. a lamp. 

S/3Q>S,.4c, 2o, Ic, 71. the shell of a cocoanut scooped out and 

used for a cup. 

'SJB, 4c, 4m, n. an iron cup. 

c8iScS.S, 4c, im, 2o, n. a tin cup. 



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^^c8'>S, 4c, Ic, n. an earthen cup. 

co'"0|, 4c, 40, 3c, n, a woven cup mtide in SSco'"Oi, 4o, 4o, 3c. 

^^j 4'C, 5c, n. a lacquered cup. 

tpoS, 4c, 2o, n. a scoop. 

jpoS'SC, 4c, 2o, 5c, n. a water dipper or scoop used in bailing 

out water from anything, as a boat. 

G>8, 4c, Ic, n. the head. 

yaoS, 4c, ^, n. a basin, also yaQSooS, 2o, 2c. 
.oS, 4c, V. *RB, 4o, to strip off, peel, skin, shell. 

^.Scjo^, 4c, 4c, adv. with confusion, used with coo^, 2c, to stir up. 
^.ScoJd, 4c, 4c, a(it^. hopping on one foot. 

lO^, 5c, V. *RK, 5o, (goodoS B.) to be crooked, not straight; to 
be not upright, wily, deceitful. 

jO], 5c, 2c, tJ. to go a roundabout or crooked way. 

c^co*'o'c^a^6', 5c, Ic, 3c, 3c, Ic, 4o, vide ^JBc^co^-s'c^oc^tS', 4c, 

Ic, 3c, 3c, Ic, 4o, 

^^I'S 1' ^^' ^' ^^' ^*^' ^" ^ look askance at another. 
^8, Ic, n, 5S, lo, a drum. 

jp-sS oo8, Ic, 3o, 4o, n. a long kettle drum. 

'SoS, Ic, 2m, n. a large metallic drum, cylindrical and open at 
one end; a timbrel. 

"6, Ic, 4c, n. a kettle drum. 

-^oo5, Ic, 3o, 5c, n. (^ooS B.) the large drum. 

oj8, Ic, 5c, 2c, n. (oo^^ B.) the great drum of the palace 

beaten to show the hour. 

9S008, Ic, 2c, 2c, n. a long cylindrical drum. 

g8d8S, Ic, 4c, 4o, n, a drum used in connection with the 

beating of gongs. 

8^^^' ^^^ ^^' ^' ^' ^^^ same. 

js^ico, Ic, 4c, 2c, n. (^ ^ B.) a kettle drum, dg8jp'>S^. Ic, 

3o, 3c, a drum made with a long cup-shaped wooden body. 
4g^oS, Ic, 2o, n. ('C.S.) the armpit, vide 5^c^, 2c, 5o. 
.g&, Ic, V. 3S, lo, to collect, gather together, heap up; n. a 

heap. 

cco^, Ic, 4c, V. the same. 

^, Ic, V. "^ BB, lo, to turn the back on. 



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igScoS, Ic, Ic, V. the same. 

Co6o'>8, Ic, Ic, Ic, V. to turn the back, as on one who is not 

welcome. 
,g6, 2c, V. *^S, 2o, to be convex, to curve, to bulge up; to warp 

as a board; (K.) 4c; (C.S.) Ic. 
c^^, 2c, 3c, n. the back of the neck, the cords of the back of 

the neck, the nape of the neck; (C.S.) .^8^8, Ic, 3c; (K.) 

^Sj^ 4ic, Ic. 
-08, 2c, 3c, n. a basket with a cover, used for holding cooked 

rice. 
c8f , 2c, 2o, n. the curved handle of a harrow. 

'>'['05oo'[, 2c, 3c, 2c, Ic, V. to look askance at another. 

oo, 2c, 2c, adv. in a squatting posture. 
^006, 2c, 4>o, V. to reconnoitre, 08008, 4o, 4c 
.oS, 3c, n. *JB, 3o, a tube, pipe; a gun. 

JD, 3c, Ic, n. a reed used by the Shans for writing. 

/yxQB, 3c, Ic, 5c, 5c, n. the same. 

j^/D, 3c, 4c, 2c, n. the handle of a steatite pencil. 

c5oo8, 3c, lo, 5o, n, a gun manufactured at Sam Tow, three 

days distant north of Kengtung. 
acK?5X^> ^' ^^' ^ " ^ ^^^^ furnished with a bayonet. 
c88o]6, 3c, 2c, 4c, n. a cannon. 
co<5, 3c, 4c, n. a poj^un. 
88, 3c, 4c, n. a smooth barreled matchlock. 

ooS, 3c, 4c, n. a pistol. 

do', 3c, 4c, n. a flintlock. 

6:i^C'[c^, 3c, 4c, 4c, 4o, n. a gun made for percussion caps. 

6d'^^^, 3c, 4c, 2o, Ic, n. the same as -oScSd', 3c, 4c. 

w, '3c, 5c, n. a pistol. 

go5, 3c, 2c, n. a matchlock in which the match is applied by 

a spring. 

oo|, 3c, 3c, n. a pipe or tube for smoking, attached to the 

bowl of a pipe. 

c8o5, 3c, 4c, 11. a long tube or pipe open at both ends with 

one hole, used as a rude flute. 
j^, 3c, V. ,SS, 3o, to echo. 



^ n 

igSjc^Scg', 8c, 80, 8c, Ic, jy. to echo through the hills and 
valleys. 

^-gS^, 3c, 3o, 3c, 4o, V. the same. 

ig8, 4tc, n. *^, 4o, the back, ridge, or elevated part of anything, 

used in composition. 
/>Soo6, 4c, lo, Ic, n. the same as ^ScoS, 4c, Ic. 
5So|, 4c, 4o, Ic, w. the ridge of a fish's back. 
"^ooS, 4c, 3c, Ic, n. the ridge of the nose. 

aD-Jcco^, 4c, Ic, Ic, n. the highest line of the ridge of a moun- 

tain range. 
coS, 4c, Ic, n. the back of anything, as a man, especially the 
ridge of the spinal column. 

co', 4c, Ic, 7Z, a mountain ridge or ridge of a range of moim- 

tains. 
ioSjOoS, 4c, 2o, n. a person who collects revenue in the markets 

for a prince or official; also "gSjDoS, 4c, 2o. 
.giS^S, 4c, 4c, adv. earnestly, used with C^S, 2o. 
oS^, 4c, 4c, n. (^coddSsj B.) a pagodsi. 
^5, 5c, n, *^5, 5o, poison, venom, as of a serpent's or tiger's 

bite. 
'%'3^, 5c, 3c, V. to feel pain from poison. 
c, 5c, 4c, n. the venom of a snake. 

008, 5c, lo, n. poison, venom, usually a poisonous secretion. 
^S, 5c, n. JdB, 5o, not used alone. 

c8, 5c, 4c, n. the shadow cast by any object, as a man, originally 

c8cjD|, 4c, 5c. 
ig8, 5c, V. *.BS, 5o, to be marked with wavy stripes, as a waistcloth. 
,g8, 5c, V. *3S, 5o, to hook, catch with a hook; to suspend by 

a hook; to catch eis thorns in one's flesh or clothes; to 

continue from one generation to another, as family alliances, 

c^8"^8.g8>0'aS, 5o, 4o, 5c, Ic. 

"[-gSc^, 5c, 2c, 5c, 4c, V. to wrap around the neck and 

shoulders as a handkerchief. 
.goS, 2c, V. *8oS, 2o, to fold in the anns, take up and hug, to 

embrace; to cling to the body of a tree in climbing. 
o', 2c, 2c, i;. to fold the arms. 



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^c/co^, 2c, 4c, V. to put the arms about another's neck, to 

embrace. 
38, 2c, 4c, V. to fold the hands. 
coS, 2c, 5c, t;. to fold in the arms firmly. 

5.^. c, 3c, V. to embrace, enfold, surround. 

Ocr^, 4c, V. *ScS, 4o. to lose money, goods, &c. as in trade. 
,ooSi3oS, 4c, 4o, V. to be only partly or badly cooked; with cooS, 

;i^c, to speak abruptly, to give short answers. 
Mf^Snc^Sd^, 4c. Sc, 4c, 4o, v. the same. 
JOC^, .5c. V. to bend, curve, vide -OcS, 00, 
dOsS, Ic, li. *cp, lo, a rafter, bamboos or poles used as rafters; 

(K. and C.S.) 3c. 
<^^y Ic, 3c, n. an umbrella stay. 
'5^. Ic, 4o, n. <A^ *a7?i^ as jy^ Ic. 

.g-aS, iic, n. *Bc^, 2o, a crane; a stork; fK.) 4c; f C.S. ) Ic. 
^98, 2c, r. ^ar^. a verbal sign of the future, often with the 

idea of a repetition of the act, also 4c; ( C S. ) Ic; also 

denotes past time, as S^-goS 3o, 2c, ancient time; coo5,g'>S, 

3o, 2c, former existence. 
/j-aS, 3c, ;. Bcp, 80, a hard mass, as a block; a hardened mass 

of anything usually soft; a cohesive mass, as a lump of 

boiled rice. 
i58o-"^/3j|, 3c, lo, oc, 4c, n. a lump of sugar; sugar candy, 
HQo'^, 3c, lo, lo, n the same. 

8, 3c, 3c, n. a lump of boiled rice. 

', 3c, Ic, n. the internal fat of animals, as tallow. 

'o'jO'?S'&?, 3c, Ic, 3c, 4c, n. the same. 

CO. 3c, 4c, n. a division or circuit of country. 

">'"8, 3c, 3c, 71. /Laos) ryidc 3S, 4m. 

'sccooc, 3c. 5c, lo, n. jaggery, the coarse sugar made from the 

liquor of the sugar palm. 

"^ciacp, 3c. .")(, lo, 71. frost or ico. 

'>s*v^.o, 3(', 5c, 5c, 77. a cake of ink. 

'>c/9q' 3c, 5c, 3c, n jaggery. 

uF/a^pr^. ^r. 2o. 2c, 7? a bit of brick, a brickbat. 

w^S, 3c, 4c, n. vide JD-i^^*, 3c, Ic. 



iO:>SocS, Sc, lo, n. vide jg-aS'a^^^cp, 3c, 5c, lo. 

c3^ 3c, Ic, n. a lump of earth. 

cSoS, 3c, 3o, n. clotted blood. 

^ >S, 3c, t;. to be in full, large, round clusters, as flowers or 
fruiL 

O'i^, 4>c, n. *Bcp, 4o, exhalation, smoke, vide P'^t 4>c, some- 
times o^, 4c; V. to smoke. 

o-jS, -tc, n, *5cS, 4o, a roost of any kind. 

/?', 4c, 2c, rt. a henioost. 

Q'^y 4c, n. a species of creeper of which there are two varieties, 
-g-^Scd, 4c, Ic, and -g'>Sc66, 4c, lo. 

ig'^S, 4c, V. part, vide ^'>^, 2c 

Q^t 4c, V. *5cS, 4o, to hold fast over ttie shoulder, as in carry- 
ing a burden hanging on the back or suspended on the end 
of a stick, one end being higher than the other; to rule a 
country, .^^536, 5c, 4o. 

(^(S.OQ'^S, 4c, 2o, 2c, 3c, V. to have the burden on one end of 

the stick heavier than the one on the other. 
OqS, 4c, v. *5cp, 4o, to tether, keep tethered for the purpose 

of putting in good condition; to remain single, as a man 

or woman. 
ooS, 5c, n. a peg; a tenon, vide O'^S, 5o. 
oqS, 5c, v. * Bcp, 5o, to dip up, take out of, transfer as food 

from one dish to another by dipping. 

%<?., 5c, 3c, Ic, V. to use an ear pick. 

oSy 2c, V. *BSf 2o, to gather up and take away by the hands 

joined in a curved manner; (^K. j 4c. 
gtS, 3c, prep, on account of. 

38, 3c, 3o, prep, the same. 

: j8c88>cS88, 3c, 3o, 5o, 2c, Ic, interrog'. conf. wherefore. 

5a'^^'' ^^' ^^' ^^' ^^^j- therefore, on account of this. 

.3Q'>S'>C9S, 3c, Ic, 5c, adv. thereat. 

.^?3'sS'>', 3c, Ic, 5c, adv. hereat. 

(gS, 3c, V. *J36', 3o, to fasten on lengthwise; to cling to, hold on 
at the side; to attach, make cling to. 

ooS, 3c, -ic. V. to attach to, to cling to or hang on closely. 

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74 4g 

-giSccS, Sc, 4c, T^. to take along on one's back. 

8S, 3c, Ic, V. to secure with a clamp. 

<BB, 3c, 2o, V. to bind on splints for retaining a broken bone 

in its place. 
/>S, 4c, n. *55, 4o, a bunch of plantains. 
0<B, 4c, 3o, n. a single comb of plantains. 
/5<S, 4c, n. *56', 4o, any thing spread out, not used alone, as 

<SoidO(S, 3c, 4c, a mattress. 
o6, 4c, 2o, n. a handle attached to a bow for the purpose of 

spreading it. 
ocS, 4c, 3c, n. a cushion. 
, 4c, oc, n. a saddle. 

oocow, 4c, Ic, Ic, 5c, n. a saddle cloth. 

^', Ic, n. *C^, lo, panicum millet. 

o', Ic, u- *c-B, lo, to stir up, agitate, with the idea of prevent- 
ing adhesion, as of food to the side of the vessel when 
cooking; to swing, as a cradle, g'-'S^, Ic, 2c, vide o', Ic; 
sometimes jd", Ic. 

'ScS, Ic, lo, V. to swing the arms. 

'9'i^, Ic. 4o, V. the same as jo', Ic, 1st. def. 

qi^<^co\^, Ic, 2c, 3o, 4c, v. to put a swing in motion; J^ 

ys^ia^c^coig, Ic, 2o, 3o, 4c. 
/>*, Ic, V. *c.S, lo, to come to an end, be finished, used up. 

3^, Ic, 3m, V. to come to an end completely, be finished or 

u.sed up entirely. 
oS8, Ic, 3m; oo5, Ic, 4o, v. the sam^. 
SoScfci'jSScrS, Ic, 3o, 4c, 3o, V. to execute, pt out of the 

way. 
c^^S, 1 c, 4c, r;. to be the last, 3>Sdg'c^'>S^'>8, Ic, Ic, 4c, 3o, 

^cS, Ic, 4m, V. to finish, complete. 

-g', Ic, V. to exceed, go beyond; adv. very, (h). 

coo, Ic, lo, V. the same. 

/^, 2c, V. *c.S, 2o, foooSoDpS B.) to disappear, to become ii*. 

visible; to make invisible. 
jd, 2c, 3c, v. to obstruct the view, xnde coS, 5c. 



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^', 3c, V. ^qS, So, to delay, tarry, wait; to move or go slowly, 
gently; used in the imperative, as 'g'cog^> 3c, 4c, 4c, vo' 
8o5, 3c, 4m, &c., also used with the negative imperative 
particle, O0|, ^, as 00]^^', 2c, 3c, to denote temporary 
delay. 

c8S, 3c, 2o, . par^. denoting slowness, prefixed to a verb. 

cBSjy], 3c, 2o, ^, f. to go in a dilatory manner; to do slowly 

and carefully. 

c85coo5, 3c, ^, 3o, V. to speak slowly and careftilly. 

^V^co'co'j 3c, 4o, 4c, 4c, v, to tap lightly. 
^o5, 3c, 4m, V. to delay in doing. 

o', 3c, V. sometimes /j', 3c, to change, exchange, infreq. vide up', 

3c 
^*)4c, adv. vide /?cp, 4o. 

08, 4c, Ic, adv. myself alone, I cmly, as oo-g'jD8, 2c, 4c, Ic 

>"[, 4c, 3c, conj. vide j^c^j^\, 4o, 3c. 

c^S, 4c, Ic, coiy. vide x^c^B, 4o, Ic, 

^, 4c, 4c, adv. he alone, of his own accord, as ^|g'^, 2c, 

4c, 4c. 
^', 5c, adv. vide y^cp, 5o. 
^, 2c, . *^, 2o, a coffin made of wood. 
^, 2c, t>. to lie side by side; to recline and hold to the bosom, 

as a mother holds a child; to treaire up in the mind. 

c, 2c, 4c, V. to cover and warm egg's for hatching, as a fowL 

coS^Q^OQ'i^, 2c, 3c, 2c, 4c, v. to lie down with a child. 
^, 3c, v. *^, 3o, to invert, vide ^, 3c. 

w5, 4c, V. *S, 4o, to stoop, bow; to bow respectfully, reverentially; 
to be rounded, hump-backed. 

^, 4c, 3o, V. to go bent over. 

3^, 4c, 4c, V. the same as ^, 4c, 1st def. 
cSoS, 4c, 3c, V. to call, invite, ('resj e :tful.) 

oS, 4c, 2o, V. to wirrender. 

^, 5c, V. *JB, 5o, to hang down the head, sis an ear of grain. 
^, 5c, adv. only, much used with >g', 4c, as g^>g, 4c, 5c; sometimes 
has the force of g'5^8, 3c, 3o, vide og'?^, 5c. 

o\, 5c, 3c, adv. only. 



76 ^S 

^o*, 5c, 4c, adv. the same, infreq. 

J^, 2c, V. *JB, 2c, to go. 

jooS, 2c, 2o, 53. to go to market. 

wgl'^^S'^aS, 2c, 2c, 4c, 4c, V, to go backwards and forwards. 

jg"[ "["[*, 2c, 2c, 4c, 4c, V. to come and go repeatedly. 

CO, 2c, 4c, V. to go to join others. 

OJg\<^, 2c, 2c, 2c, 4c, V. to visit. 

o85, 2c, 4c, V. to march to a compaign; to march to battle. 

c8Swg|c8o, 2c, 4c, 2c, lo, V. the saute. 
coioglooS, 2c, 3c, 2c, 4o, v. to travel. 

coS, 2c, 4o; ooSo'ooS, 2c, 4o, Ic, 4o, v. the same. 

oo, 2c, 8c, p. to go a short distance and stop. 
80S, 2c, So, V. to leave, abandon, forsake. 

So'SC'[, 2c, 4o, Sc, V. to make an advance, as a body of men 
going forward fi:x)m the place of encampment; adv. hence- 
forth. 

cojgjoocp, 2c, Ic, 2c, 4o, v. vide "g|^>g|c:j 2c, 2c, 2c, 4c. 

CcS, 2c, 2o, V. to go about; to go to some place, to take a walk. 

scS.o|Co8, 2c, 2o, 2c, 4o v. the same. 

Gc6c>6, 2c, 2o, 2o, V. to evacuate the intestines. 

J388, 2c, 2o, V. to go about, ramble. 

ua88o6, 2c, 2o, 2o, v. to go to the jungle to evacuate the 

intestines. 
^1 , 3c, V. part, an assertive affix having an element of uncertainty, 

coUoq. vide co8, 5c. 
jy\t, 4c, v. to labor under confusion of mind. used only with 

jpS, Ic, AS jySj^jy\iJ^\t, Ic, Ic, 4c, 4c, sovietimes zeritten ^pjg. 
y3W3j, 5c, 5c, adv. very much, exceedingly. 
./2^, 3o, n. a district, used in couplets, as qj^SoJ^S, 3c, 2o. 

3c, 3o. 
y^, 3o, V. *BS, Sc, (ct^cSB.) to read aloud, repeat, as a book. 
-cB^S/g^co', 3o, 3c, 3o, 4o, v. the same. 

cc', 3o, 3c, V. to know by heart, l)e able to repeat without 

a book. 
ygS, 2o, V. BE, 2c, ('coiS B.) to be well acquainted with, con- 
versant with, experienced :ii; to Ik' (jiiick; K.^: to. 



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^8ccS, 2o, 2o, V. the same. 

jgS, 2o, V. *SS, 2c, (fxgS B.) to sift for gold, , Ic. 

>o}6, 5o, iy. (oaS B.j to do, perform, practice, used with jd, Ic, 

a&o 40. 
.^g-aS, 2o, z;. *5>S, 2c. (0:3^ B.) to remain, J^oS, 4c. 
jgiS, 3o, n. *SS, 3c, forge? B. ) a weight equal to four mats; a 

rupee. 
^S, 3o, V. *S^, 3c, (^6* B.) to do earnestly, intently, quickly; 

to urge, to superintend, watch over and direct, to oversee. 
j:xiS, 3o, adv. earnestly, intently, quickly. 
jSjj, 2o, v. *^, 2c, (^ B.) to think, consider so as to understand; 

to purpose, design. 

oS, 2o, Ic, V. the same. 

^o5, 2o, 4m, V. to try to do; intend to do. 

-JwS, 2o, 3o, V. to consider and intend to do, 

./^wi, 2o, 2c, n. (@g P.) the influence of past evil deeds, 

JD, 2o. 
,n\, 4o, n. (fygcSg B. j a writing or book on any subject. 
-jdS, 4o, 2c, n. an old book; the Old Testament 
00^, 4o, 5o, V. to incur the penalty of perjury. 
- COo5oo'[, 4o, 3c, 2c, n. (oogi F.) & grammar of the Pali language. 

0008, 4o, 3o, 71. feooS P.j a writing containing directions 

about diet, 
SScoo^. ,4o, 4c, 4c, n. f o8cao B.) a medical book. 
38, 4o, 2o, n. a book of references. 
cSS, 4o, 3c, n. a record of customs and rules. 

S, 4o, 2c, n. a new book; the New Testament. 

ooiooi, 4o, 3c, Ic, n. a medical book, 

cSS, 4o, 3c, n. a book; a religious book; the Scriptures. 

/3Q^ci>oo5c8, 4o, 5c, 2c, 3c, 5c, n. (oo^Ooo^P.j a prophetic 

writing. 
j^, 4o, V. *B, 4c, (@^8 B. j to be harsh, rough, violent; to be 
rough in texture. 

'o,0'0^, 4c, 5c, 5c, V. to be coarse, rough, as cloth. 

^SoS^oS, 4c, 4c, 4c, V. to be rough, bristly, as an unshaven 

face. 



78 ^^S 

^^c6, 4o, 4o, r. { ooSi B.) to be rough, turbulent. 

o8, 4o, -io, V. to be rough, more emphatic than 'PICJO, 4, 4<o. 
^|, Ic, r. to cook rice and other things together. 

fxy, ^, n. the stamens of a flower. 

jgj^, 2c, V. (@0 B.) to delay, hinder, as jg^^jD-^S^lc^, 2c, lo, 2c, 
4o, to hinder the work. 

^[OO'sS, 2c, 2o, H. vermicelli, vide cS^8, 4c, Ic. 

^[OQ^SocoS, 2c, 3c, 5c, 4c, n. (Qoaooccxw P. j the planet Jupiter; 
Thursday. 

jg|oaS, 2c, 5c, 2o, n. (^cgouTaoB. ) front locks of hair often 
worn for ornament by young women. 

vgio'^, 2c, 2c, V. (tgooT P.) to be troubled, anxious, harassed. 

iOJlCDtS, 2c, 3o, the canopy over the head of a prince, vide 8 
oc^S, 3c, 2o. 

^S, 3c, r. *,8^, 3c, (oT)[o5 B.) to put under a spell, to charm 
by repeating a muntra, 

^i5, 2c, n, *3S, 2c, woolen cloth, broadcloth, vide coSjdcocS, 
3c, 5c, 3o. 

/g[S, 2c, n. ('qjB.) wheat, -sSjigi^S, 3c, 2c. 

.^8, 2c, n. (^BoSB.) a planet; a fairy or spirit attached to a 
person from birth; also SS, 2m. 

3o5a^, 2c, 2o, 3c, n. the eight bodies of the planetary system, 
ziz, c09cS'^<B, 5c, 4o, 2o, or jdSo'^, lo, 4c, the sun; 
ocjcScoj, 5c, 4o, 2c, or oS-^S, lo, the moon; /nSj2\, 2c, 
2c, Mars; o,Soo^, 3c, 5c, 4c, Mercury; J^l^^^^***^' ^' ^^' 
5c. 4c, Jupiter; coSjgj, 3c, 2c, Venus; cooS, 5c, 2c, 
Saturn; Q|^, 2c, 5c, tlie dark planet Rahhoo, which can be 
seen only in eclipses when it passes over the disk of the sun 
or the disk of the moon; the eight divisions or compart- 
ments of the astrological house, corresponding to these 
planets. 

55^[85^S, 2c, lo, 2c, 4o, r. to be well-fated, prosperous. 

a>DO"[, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. same as '^|8, 2c. 

^^S, 2c, 5c, o. to be ill-fated, applied to persons suffering 

some evil. 

'>85o]i8/3Q'>S, 2c, 5c, 2c, 3o, V. the same. 



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j3ji8co\, 4c, 4c, V. (Qteoi B.) to exert one's self, to strive, try. 

cSjco, 4!0, 4c, n. (cogjiJii B. j grace, favor, kindness, someivmes 
xorUten cBcxj, 4o, 4c. 

Cjg\, 5c, V. *cB, 5o, ^coojoB.) to speak smoothly, in a per- 
suasive manner with the object of getting something from 
another; also to court, 

iO-aS' 5c, Ic, V. the same as last def. 

/3o8, 5c, Ic, V. to get something by smooth speech 

coj^, 2c, V. *sS, 2o, (coa5 B. j to be talked about, have repute, 
celebrity, fame. 

cco^^96o:>ooScoSjd', 2c, 4c, lo, 4o, 5c, 4jo, Ic, Ic, v. to have 
wide fame. 

ooi^jSyS, 2c, 3c, lo, 4o, V. the same. 

cpl. 2c, 2c, V. ( go B. ) to spread, as news. 

cocScSJdcocSco', 2c, 3o. 3c, 3o, 4o, v. to have reputation as 
acquainted with books. 

%5, 3o, V. *BS, 3c, (goSB.) to be fond of. like. 

c6, 3o, Ic, V. to be pleaded with. 

cS^iBc's'i', 3o, Ic, 3o, 4c, V. the same. 

jytSoD, 3c, 4c, n. /^cotjOoSsos B.) an anchor. 

.oiSoo'^S, 3c, 2o, n. fQcnpcSco B. ) a slate j>encil. 

J7\B, 4c, V. *BS, 4c, to leap, jump. 

6, 4c, 3o, V. to leap over. 

o88, 4c, 4o, V. to move about quickly in fencing whether to 

give or ward off a blow. 
80S, 4c, 3o, V. to run far away. 
G8, 4c, lo, V. to jump some distance, either a long or a high 

jump. 
o, 4c, Ic, V to leap lightly. 
^^^, 4c, 2c, V. to hop, skip. 
^006'jDj, 4c, 2c, 3c, V. the sam. 
c8o5, 4c, 4m, V. to jump or hop as one goes. 
ocp, 4c, lo, V. the same. 

o, 4c, Ic, V. to jump. 

j^, 4c, n. ('co^oSs B.) a building for priests to reside in, a 
monastery, sometimes written cj^j^S. 



80 j^B 

^SiD>S, 4fC, 2o, n. (^ OD^ B.) t?ie same. 

caf, 4c, 4fC, n. a monastery with graduated roofs. 

odS-si, 4c, 2o, 4o, n. vide ooS"o, 2o, 4o. 

CX)S <^o5, 4c, 2o, 3c, n. the little paper monasteries used in the 

festival of o8'>So86'ya8oS, lo, 4c, 4m. 

co^ccS^, 4c, Ic, 3c, n a school. 

cg^. 4c, 4c, n. a place prepared to bathe the images of 

(raudama. 

006^5, 4c, 2o, 3o, n. any part of a monastery surmounted by 

an ornamental roof. 

00^, 4c, 4o, n. a long monastery, or monasteries in a long 

line; the brick or stone steps to a monastery or pagoda. 

oS^o-^S, 4c, 3c, 2o, n. a building where a priest's corpse is 

laid in state. 

(4)*, 4c, 4c, n. a priest's cook-house. 

o3, 4c, 2o, n. that part of a monastery, which surrounds the 

wgjSo^S, 4c, lo, and forms the sleeping apartments of priests 
and novitiates. 

O^S, 4c, lo, 71. the most sacred part of a monastery, where the 

principal idols are placed. 
^o5, 3c, n. tide ogoS, 3c. 
[^S, 3o, adv. witli the body in violent motion, as an ox rushing 

forward and throwing up its heels. sometimes, jdcj&, 5c, 

3o, JDCoS, 5c, 3o. 
[^oS, 3o, V. vide jDC|o5, 5c, 3o. 

[^^, 5c, t. to begin to open, as a bud, znde jdQ, 5c, 5c. 
[^.S, 4c, V. '*(A 4o, to hit, rap with the kunckles, 
ig^, 4c, V. BS, 4c. to make a revolving motion with the hand, 

as in reeling thread or in winding it on the hand, to 

turn the hoof backward as a horse does after eacli step in 

trotting; to })eckon. 

38, 4c, 4c, V. to beckon. 

j^S, 3o. V. BS, 3c, to make a circle or round spot: to stain, 
spot; n. an area, plot as of ground, a stain, spot. 

cQ'iS, 3o, Ic, 11. a plot or definite area of ground. 

5^5'^^0^8, 3c), ](), 5o, 4c, //. the spots on a jK-acock's tail. 



^^ 81 

^5, Ic, V. *BB, Ic, to labor under absence or confusion of mind; to 
be astounded, stupefied through fear or surprise, also jdS, Ic. 

BcS, Ic, 4c, V. to remain stationary on account of being as- 

tounded or stupefied through fear or surprise. 

BcS^ocS, Ic, 4c, 4c, V. the same. 

- ^i^S'S'^, Ic, 2c, Ic, 4c, V. to go about in a confused manner. 
g|'pS]8, Ic, 2c, Ic, 4c, V. the same. 

cp, Ic, Ic, V. to be confused, amazed, astounded, stupefied, to 

forget, also oScg, Ic, Ic. 

ooS, Ic, 4o, V. to be conftised, at a loss about the way. 

^'gScS, Ic, 3c, Ic, 4o, V. to fail in some particulars, as in the 

carrying out of work. 
p6, lo, n. *3S, Ic, the sambur, >P"g') lo, 4o, j^BSB, lo, 4o; 

(K. andC.S.) jdS, 3o. 
^S, 3o, V. *^S, 3c, to be wide, broad. 

ooo5oo|coo5c\, 3o, 4c, Ic, 4c, Ic, v. to extend beyond the 

eye-sight, 

cScojJcS, 3o, Ic, 4c, Ic, V. to be broad. 

.p5, 4o, V. to make a hole into, excavate, as by a chisel. 

Q., 4o, 4c, V. to make a hole; to enlarge a hole by trimming. 
^S, 4o, V. *^S, 4c, (coSt B.) to bend into a ring, used as a 

verb only in vpSoooSoo]^, 4o, 3c, 2c; n. a circle, ring, o^8, 2o. 

j^, 4o, 4o, adv. with perfect roundness, used with >S, 4o, 

also clearly, brilliantly, as ooSoS^S, 2c, 4o, 4o, 

ocxS, 4o, So, n. a circle. 

cooSooj, 4o, 3c, 2c, V. (ooooD B.) to make a horoscope. 

oo|, 4o, Ic, n. the socket of the eye. 

- <^^, 4o,4o, n. the circumference of a circle, vide .ftO^^w, lc,4o. 
.goS, 2o, V. *3cS, 2c, to remove by strokes with a stick or the 

hand, as a heap of rice; to level the top of a basket, as of 

rice, with a stick or the hand, xnde ScS, 2o. 
.g'^, Ic, 71. vide 'g'^S, Ic. 
.g^, 3c, V. to drill a hole by revolving a chisel between the 

hands, O'^, 2c. 
.jg^S, lo, n. *^^, Ic, a thunderbolt; an aerolite, sometimes 

g^S, lo. 
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same. 



^^co^, lo, 3o, n. the 

ooSj^I?, lo, 4c, 4c, n. vide ^>S(S:>', lo, 4c. 
o86, lo, lo, n. the .same. 

oo]oS, lo, Ic, 2o, n. an aerolite shaped like an axe. 

ooS, lo, 2o. n. an aerolite shaped like a wheel. 

do', lo, 4c, n. a flash of lightning. 
y^> lOj It:* n. a meteoric stone. 

<0'3^, lo, n. an axe, vide oo|oS, Ic, 2o; also 'g'>^, lo. 

0'>S, lo, n. a prince, used only in composition witli '^'^, Ic, 

8'>^^'>S8'>^^'>S, Im, Ic, Im, lo. 
iO'sS, lo, also Ic, V. * ^'sS, Ic, to separiite carefully for replanting 

as small trees or bulbous roots planted together, sometimes 

JD'>S, lo. 
O'^, 4o, n. B'^^, 4c, exhalation, smoke, surrietimcs -g^?, 4c, 

and yDw, 4c; v. to smoke. 
od', 4o, 4c, 71. smoke. 

cfc^jag^, 4o, 4c, 2c, v. to smoke. 

jg-^S, 5o, n. a peg inserted in a post to support a beam of a 
floor; a tenon; (C.S.) oo-^S, 3c. 

coB, 5o, 3c, n. a short post used to support a floor joist, also 

odS^B, Ic, 4c. 
,o', Ic, V. *<:B, lo, ' swing, make swing; to throw with a 

swinging motion of the arm, also r>^ , Ic. 
Sep, Ic, lo, 7'. to swing the arms, as in walking; ^p'Scpcp'Sc, 

Ic, lo, Ic, 4c. 

y3QSco|, Ic, 2o, 4c, v. to swing, as children sitting on a rope 

both ends of which are suspended to a beam or ti'ee. 

ya^, Ic, 2c, v. to swing a cradle. 
J^ , 3c, v. to change, exchange. 

J^ , 4c, n. B, 4c, the penis, sometimes /j', 4c. 

^8, 4c, 3c, n. the trigger of a gun. 

ccv>c, 4c, lo, n. the branch of the male palm whence the 

juice exudes. 

C^^, 4c, 3c, V. to have the prepuce turned back. 

/^^B, 4c, lo, 2o, v. to have the head of the penis covered. 
J^ , 4o, 71. B, 4c, a bufi'alo. 



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^p'c^, 4o, lo, n. a male buffalo which has not been castrated. 

c85, 4o, 4c, n. a male buffalo. 
cS^S, 4o, 2o, 71. a wild buffalo. 

o, 4o, Ic, w. a fat, short-legged buffalo, ip'j^5, 4o, 4o. 

s^S, 4o, 3o, 4o, w. a female buffalo with short horns turning 

backward. 
*p', 4o, n. a sharpened post used as an anchor for a raft. 
jp^ , 5o, V. to note, write hastily without care; to mark or do 

anything with a rapid sidelong motion; /K.j JD^ 4o; (C.S.) 

jd', lo. 

o'w'o', 5o, 5c, lo, 5c, V. the same. 

o, 3c, V. *.S, 3c, to place in a prone position; to invert, place 
in an inverted position, to place the convex side uppermost, 
as in turning over a basket sometimes jd, 3c, ^, 3c, and 
g, 3c. 

0<?'(?'', 3c, 3c, lo, lo, adv. first one thing and then another. 
^, 4o, n. *^, 4c, a word; speech, language; a song, sometimes 

"g, 4o, vide og', 3c. 

-oS, 4o, 4c, n. words joined in couplets, as in ornate style. 

JDtS^/j', 4o, 4c, 4o, 2o,, n. the same. 

oS^g^S, 4o, 2c, 4o, Ic, n. original words of a language. 

>S5.8^ScgS, 4o, 3c, Ic, Ic, n. a succession of couplets in poetical 
books in which the last word of each couplet has the same 
tone and rhymes with the last word of the preceding couplet. 

c/gi, 4o, 5c, n. a song used in courting. 

6''5 4o, 5c, 4o, lo, n. provoking, quarrelsome words. 

"SoSigo', 4o, 3c, 4o, 2o, n. sarcasm, 

C'^l^'POoS, 4o, 4c, 4o, 4o, n. provoking, quarrelsome words; jq 
Goo9.go^S, 4o, 2c, 4o, 4o. 

cSvOti^l, 4o, 2c, 4o, 3c, n. the repetition of words, as of advice. 

00^3-^, 4o, 5c, Ic, n. a riddle, language with a more or less 

hidden meaning, usually in the form of questions. 

oo6/3o[8o5, 4o, 2o, 5c, 3o, n. an accusation. 

oo|, 4o, 2c, n. words to be sung responsively. 

oSoOj, 4o, 5o, 4o, 3c, n. truthful words, 

cqBt 4o, 4c, n. proverbs. 



84 ^ 

*p>c, -io. Ic, V. to be loquacious, many-worded; to be circuitous 

in speech for some end. 
'^ccSjOodS, -io, 4o, -io, 4o, n. words of two or more syllables. 
oSiOOcS, 4o, 2c, 4o, lo, n. insincere speech. 
S^ScB-jS, 4o, 3c, lo, n. a rebus made by the transposition of 

letters. 

9o5^"Oo5, 4o, 4c, 4o. 2o, n. a definite word; abrupt speech. 

0^, 4o, DO, V. to go too far in speech. 

88-pco', 4o, 3o, 4o, 4c, n. discrepant statements. 

ooS, 410, 4c, n. few words, ^cSooS, 4o, Ic, 4c, high tempered 

words. 
cB8, 4o, 4o, jy. to be many-worded in speech. 

(JB8,oc6, 4o, 4o, 4o, 4o, v. the same, -PvO, 4o, 4o, ^oo8, 4o, 4o. 

6^, 4o, 4c, n. words used in extolling others. 

cij'jO'SC*, 4o, 4c, 4o, 4c, n. the same. 

w-jS^ScS, 4o, 2o, 4o, 3o, n. truthful words, 

^-g, 4o, 2c, 4o, Ic, ru flowery words. 
^ooSoco^, 4o, 5c, 4o, 2c, n. playful words. 
oo, 4o, 5c, V. to be unfaithful to one's word. 

cSS, 4o, 4o, n. impolite words. 

Qo', 4o, 4c, V. to be slow, guarded in speech. 

oo', 4o, 4c, V. the same as >p9S.gco', 4o, 3o, 4o, 4c. 

o^, 4o, 2o, 11. vide ^^' 4o, 4c. 

O-sS, 4o, lo, n. sweet, pleasant words. 

co^9|n, 4o, 4c, 2c, 5c, n. (^coloOOQ P..j common parlance, 
O.S, 4o, 4c, n. a recitative song. 

qS, 4o, 4o, n. words that rhyme. 

y^tSoS-oS, 4o, 3c, 5c, 5c, 4o, n. a funeral song. 
c/a8jDoJ5, 4o, 2c, 5c, 3c, n. ^Gco<^5 P. j an axiom, an indisput- 
able proposition. 
0]%. 4c, V. rdflr jyyi, 4c. 
S, Ic. rifle -oSS, 4c, Ic. 

S, -k-. f. ''vO. 3<', to swell, be swollen, bloated. 
-o5, 3r. 4c, T'. to rise in a blister. 

cSiS, 3r, Ic, n. any swelling or bloating of body without 

apj)rirenl disease; the beri beri. 



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.pcSS^jp, 3c, 4c, 3c, lo, V. to be swollen so as to have uniform 

size, as a swollen limb. 
^, 3c, w. to be near, c6, Ic. 
JS, 4c, n. *o, 4c, scissors, pincers, any instrument which takes up 

things by compressing between its two parts. 
JDoS, 4c, 4c, n. shears for cutting thick heavy materials. 

, 4c, 4o, n. (K. j scissors. 

coi'ocJD, 4c, 4o, 5o, 11. a kind of pliers used by goldsmiths. 

and others. 
cpcScSo', 4c, 3o, 4c, n. fire tongs. 
cptSco.S, 4c, 3o, 4m, n. a blacksmith's tongs. 

o, 4c, Ic, 71. the nippers of the claws of a crab. 
y*, 4c, 4c, n. scissors. 

.S, 4c, n. ^ ^, 4o, a vessel for heating water. 

ooS, 4c, 4c, n. the same. 

v/agwS, 4c, Ic, 3m, n. a teapot. 

.p, 4c, V. to be curved equally inward and toward cue another, as 

the horns of an ox. 
,8, lo, V. *JD, lo, to put, place or fasten on lengthwise; to keep 

close to the side of, support, aid in labor, help in any way. 

S'S, lo, 4o, n. an appellation given to the eldest son or heir 

apparent of a Sawbvva, because he comes upon the stage of 

action by the side of his father. 
.D, 3o, n. '\o, 3o, the cheek. 
"oS, 3o, So, V. to be hollow-cheeked. 

CO 5, 3o, 2c, V. to have full cheeks whether natural or through 

swelling. 

ogS, 3o, 2c; oS, 3o, 4c, v. the same. 

8^8cp, 3o, 2c, 3o, 4o, V. to have the cheeks distended by over- 

filling the mouth with food. 

(jj^, 3o, 2c, V. to be flabby-cheeked. Bcf^S, 3o, 2c. 
, 4o, V. *j!), 4o, to take hold of, 086*, 4c. 

.oS, 4o, 4o, adv. intensive, c5 0^.08, Ic, 5c, 4o, 4o, to be very 
black. 



86 -oB-o^-gS^B 

The second letter of the Shan Alphabet and the second 
Consonant in the class of gutturals. 

s. 5c, V. *5, 5c, to defame, slander. 

c^'c^8, 5c, 3c, lo, 3c; c^S-soBS, 6c, 3c, 5c, Im, v. the 

same. 
-qB, 4<c, v. *SB, 4c, to carve, engrave. 
QS, 4<;, 4fO, V. the same. 

oqS, 4c, 3c, v. the same. 

oJd, 4c, v. to exert one's self; make contiiKious efforts fh), jd'"oB, 
5c, 4c, (Sg-aoS^oS^cBcJg-oB^^wS, 3c, 6o, 4m, 4c, 3c, 4c, 4m, 
Ic, the lazy work heavily, the active work easily. 

c6, 4c, Ic, V. the same (bj. 

qS, 5c, n, QB, 5c, anything flat or level, as the successive 
plateaus on a mountain side, or the thin piece of wood 
inserted under the strings of a musical instrument, as a 
guitar; a step in a flight of stairs. 

X)'3^co^, 5c, 3c, Ic, n. the steps of a staircase or ladder. 

c86, 5c, 2c, n. the finger board of a violin. 

co', 5c, Ic, n. a terrace or small plateau on the side of a 

mountain, the depressions in a range of mountains, <?Bco*, 

4c, Ic. 
oE, 2o, n. *^S, 2c, something sticking up sharp, as a small 

bamboo spike, vide ^JS, 2o, infreq. (K.) 4o. 
"oS, 2o, V. to shake out, gis "oB^ooi, 2o, 3c, 3c. 
"s5, 2o, V. *S5, 2c, to hawk, raise phlegm. 
oiDooS, 2o, 4o, n. vide jd5ooS, 2o, 4o. 
"sS, 3o, n. (^K. and C.S.) a drawer, a till or tray cif a box, vide 

/ao'^S, lo. 
", 3o, V. *QS, 3c, to make large, as to size or bulk; to be 

proud, self important, used only with 68, 5c, as ^8'oB, 

oc, 3o. 
o^-sB'SJd'SJd, 4o, 4o, 4c, 4c, adv. with a rattling or jingling 

-^ ound. 
o.S'oJS'gS^B, 4o, 4o, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 



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"8, Ic, V. *SS, Ic, to put into and shut up, as animals in an 

enclosure, or men in prison; (K.) 4c. 
"o6, 3c, n. *'8S, 3c, lac, stick-lac, the produce of a small insect 

deposited on the branches of trees, "SsS, 3c, 3c. 
cQS, 3c, 4ic, n lac in its unprepared state. 
"oS, 5c, n. a contrivance to catch fish, vide c8, 3c. 
'&S, 5c, n. a barrier or obstruction in a river; a waterfall, some- 

iimes 5o. 
'qS'oS, 5c, 3o, n, vide "38"oS, 5o, 3o. 
S, lo, n. *"8S, Ic, a Kachyen man, a race east and north of 

Bhamo. 
oS, lo, n. *'QS, Ic, a metallic substance, composed of zinc and iron. 
S, lo, V. (CS.) to place across, make a barrier, 7>ide "gS, lo. 
"6, lo, V. *"8S, Ic, to live apart without being divorced. 
cS, lo, lo, V. the same, sometimes jdScS, lo, lo, also to be in 

a confused state, unfinished. 
8, 2o, V. *'8S, 2c, to let out, as water confined by a barrier, 

sometimes 2c. 
o8c8'>?, 2o, Ic, w. (^C.S.) bangles. 
*o8o8, 2o, 4c, n. a fried flat cake, containing vegetables, some^ 

tims fish, vide "oScco], 2o, 5c. 
81, 2o, 2c, J!. exclamation of pity used of persons or animals, 

as when one meets with accident, or misfortune, used with 

c8^^, 3c, 3o. 
"Scoo|, 2o, 5c, n. an eagle, also applied by many to the kite; 

(CS.) Scco^, Ic, Ic. 
oScooi, 2o, 5c, n. small fried cakes made of rice-flour, chillies, 

meat or fish, &c. and presented to elderly persons in o8'So-|, 

lo, 3c, >oS<^'?'S^co'[, 3c, 4c, 2o, 5c. 
08, 80, n. *'S8, 8c, the side of a body, animate or inanimate, 

c5o'S, 2o, 3o. 
CO*, 3o, 4o, n. the side tattooed. 

8, 4o, v. (K.) to place across, make a barrier, vide "pS, lo. 
08, 4o, V. *"8S, 4c, to put together side by side, not used alone. 
j:>'3S, 4o, Ic; 'f^S, 4o, 3o, v. the same. 
06, 4o, V. (K. and CS.) to set at liberty, vide "8, 4o. 



88 "ooS 

"S, 4o, V. SS, 4c, to sigh, moan, groan, growl; (K. and C.S/ 
4c. 

"S-cSoo^, 4o, Ic, 4o, lo, V. to complain, bemoan one's condi- 

tion. 

00], 4o. 3c, V. to borrow trouble. 

Lc'-sSuo. 4o, 3c, 4o, 4o, v. to complain without much cause; 

to grumble because of small annoyances. 
oSdS. 4o, 3c, n. (K.; a lion; (C.S.) ^5c8, lo, 3c, vide coScS, 

2o, 3c. 
ScS, 4o, 5c, n. fK.j an eagle, vide "oSccoi, 2o, 5c. 
6, 5o, V. SS, 5c, to catch on something and be retained; to 

remain suspended as a limb of a tree partially fallen, or a 

bird shot, but not falling; to stop over in a journey. 
oS^, 5o, 3o, 11. a toad, aho 5c, 3o. 
cS-S)i5, 5o, 3o, n. n^.) vide coScS, ^, Ic. 
so5c8o\, 3c, 2c, 2c, n. (od^oI B.j velvet, sometimes jdo5c8o|, 

3c, 2c, 2c. 

y^cp, 3c, 2c, 2c, Ic, n. velveteen. 

co% 3c, 2c, 2c, 3o, n. silk velvet. 

soS, 4c, V. ''SoS, 4c, to press apart in order to separate; to be 

pressed apart; to be sprained, to feel a sudden twinge of 

pain, (K. and C. S. ) oS, 3c; to be contrary, adverse; to 

weave together as pieces of bamboo. 

o-^c, 4c, Ic, V. to be contrary, opposite, adverse, disagreeing. 

y^cp, 4c, 5c, V. to raise, pry up with a lever; sometimes oSccS, 

4c, 5c. 

^S, 4c, 3c, V. to set a spring gun. 

Q, 4c, 4c, n. a gold pin for keeping the hair in order. 

oj, k-, Ic, r. to interlace the legs in wrestling in the attempt 

lo trip or throw. 
3S, 4c, 2m, r. vide scSoo, Ic. 5c. 

jc, 4c, lo, X'. to oppose stronglv. 

35^Soo, 4c, lo, 4o, 5c, r. the same. 

q-JC, 4c, 4c, n. a silver pin for keeping the hair in order. 

p, 4c, ]c, V. to be di.ssatisfied; to cause dissatisfaction. 

:^-cr5c-]', 4c, Ic, 4c, 4c, v. the same. 



ooSccS, 4c, 3o, V. to fasten a bolt. 

cCo9, 4c, 4c, V. to lock, fasten with a lock. 

-coD^cSpcS, 4c, 4c, 2c, V. vide -ooScSjicp, 4c, 2c. 

00, 4c, 5c, V. to threaten, to defy by gesture. 

ooi, 4c, Ic, V. the same as soScS, 4c, Ic. 

-acl-ooSooj, 4c, 3c, 4c, Ic, v. the same. 

oS, 4c, 4c, V. to have a deep sprain or sudden, shaT^ twinges. 

O.S, 4c, 2o, V. to make a clucking sound with the tongue 

indicative of anger or regret. 
^cS, 4c, 2c, V. to unlock. 
cQ^S, 4c, 5c, V. to pronounce with difficulty, as to trill the 

letter Cj with the tongue. 

CO, 4c, 4o, V. to go against the wind. 

c>6, 4c, lo, V. to steer, guide a boat, c^cpS, 4o, lo. 
<p8, 4c, 2o, V. to set a spring trap. 

98, 4c, Ic, n. a pin used to keep the hair in order, vide "OoS 

"s, 4c, 4c, and "oo^ 8'^, 4c, 4c. 

(^8 -0058.0, 4c, 5c, 4c, 3o, v. to weave a bamboo fence by insert- 

ing short upright bamboos between long horizontal ones ex- 
tending between posts. 

qj., 4c, Ic, V. to speak things offensive to another. 

jsBoS, 4c, 4c, V. to lock up. 

"OoS, 4c, V. to fasten on, gird on. 

jD'^S/pcS, 4c, 3o, lo, V. to put pieces of bamboo in the bottom 

of a basket to make it firm. 

/;8'3o5.'^8, 4c, 3o, 4c, lo, V. the same as -soS, 4c. 
^oo^, 4c, V. *"SoS, 4c, to exert one's self. 

c8(?|, 4c, Ic, Ic, V. to set one's mind on finding a thing. 

Q\, 4c, Ic, V. to make careful calculations, as a merchant when 

selling goods. 
5, 4c, 4o, V. to exert one's self exceedingly. 
"QoS. 2o, V. ' "8o5, 2c, to rent, to hire by paying for the use of. 
soS, 2o, V. ^'SoS, 2c, to get rid of by selling, to go olf well, ^' 

^S-ooS, lo, 4c, 2o; ( K. ) 4c. 
"QoS, 2o, V. ^^SoS, 2c, to be broken in two as thread, rope; to be rent 

as cloth; to be separated as husband and wife; (K.j4c. 
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90 "aS 

o5co5, 2o, 4c, r. f . to be rent, torn here and there in places. 

'9c, 3o, n. *So5, 3c, to bind together, as the logs of a raiPt, 
with rattan. 

00, 3o, 4c, V. (^001 B.) to bind a hopple or fetter in the mid- 
dle, o5, 5c. 

o5, 3o, 4o, V. to make a woven staging of bamboo, as in 
gilding a pagoda, 

c;S, 3o, 4c, V. to weave a web, as a spider. 

"S>o5, So, r. ("^cS B.) to test, decide, used in composition. 

opcScSo', So, 4o, 4c, V. to test the quality of silver by melting. 

^S-jS, So, 5c, 4c, n. to decide the alloy of silver. 

/ifisS, So, 5c, 4o, V. (ooc^ B.) to make a mental estimate of 

anything; to decide the quality of alloyed money. 

^c6. So, V. ^'SoS, 3c, (^QcS B.J to put into, place in, as to drop 
medicine into the eye. 

cS, So, 2c, V. the same. 

o5oo|, So, 2c, n. (aggo B.) a kind of land lily. 

oo5o5, 4o, 4o, adv. with a crunching sound, as when eating a 
cucumber; with a scratching sound. 

ocoS, 5c, Sc, V. (K.) to jerk, make a short quick motion towards, 
vide 8.S, 5c. 

'>S, Ic, n. ^S^S, Ic, weight, ac'^c^, 5c, 4c; the price of any- 
thing, JD], Sc; a ten, o8(5'|, 4c, Sc, used in calculations es- 
pecially referring to money and weight; ten rupees; one 
tenth of a viss; (K.) 4c. 

/DoS, Ic, 2o, n. the market price, current price. 

coS, Ic, Sc, n weight, quantity of something ascertained by 

the balance. 

coS'icS, Ic, Sc, 4c, V. to be bulky when weighed so as to re- 

quire a large quantity for counterpoise. 

coSSc^, Ic, Sc, So, V. to have an equal weight in the balance. 

y'>c, Ic, So, n. current price, 

wiSjDiwoS, Ic, 4c, Sc, 4c, n. price. 

C^C-c^c^S, Ic, So, Ic, 4o, n. price current in a country. 
>^, Ic, V. *B''^, Ic, to be quick, c!, 4c, o^ 4c, jdoS, 5c; (K.j 4c. 

S'iv, Ic, Ic, adv. quickly, 



"ooS 91 

S, Ic, V. *S^, Ic, to crow, as a cock; (^K.)4c. 

oqS, Ic, tx to desire, wish, (b), ", 3c. 

aScoo^, Ic, 3c, adv. on condition, '0'Scoo^^oSoo, lc,3c,4m,5c, 
on condition of doing it (you will get money 1; gives per- 
mission. 

"OoS, Ic, adv. until fb.), (K.), vide g*^, 5o. 

oaS, 2c, u. *, 2c, to make a cut continuously around any- 
thing cylindrical, as the branch of a tree; n. a stripe across 
smything; a. aux. applied to things having alternate stripes, 
as a ringed snake. 

^^oS^^oSj^', 2c, 4m, 3c, 4m, 4c, v. to mark longitudinal sections 
on a cylindrical body. 

o^ScJDI, 2c, 2c, n. (o^oP.) a living animal body, as the aggre- 
gate of the five elements or attributes of being, oo8, Ic. 

C1tyj_, 2c, 2c, 4cj 4c, n. the five constituent elements or attri- 
butes of a living animal body, viz. <^S)X)'3^<X)\, 2c, 5o, 2c, 
2c, materiality, or form; oc^ooo8J5'0'Sco'[, 2o, 5c, 5o, 2c, 2c, 
susceptibility or sensation; oSScp^'OoScxDj, 2c, 5o, 2c, 2c, 
perception; ODS'a'[8^"0'>Sco|, 2c, 2c, 5o, 2c, 2c, discrimina- 
tion, including destructibleness and reproductiveness; 8cp'[ 
o8,8''ScxD'[, 2c, 2c, 5o, 2c, 2c, intellect, consciousness. 

O-jScB, 2c, 2c, n. (3(aP') patience, long sufiering, ooSd^-aS", 
4o, 5o, 2o. 

^-aS, 3c, V. ^S^, 3c, to make a barrier or line, to separate by a 
boundary, divide; to punctuate; n. the name of the punc- 
tuation mark [], Sep, 3o. 
cx)*, 3c, Ic, n. steps, stairs, "^Sco', Ic, Ic. 

"S. 4c, V. *"8^, 4c, to be pungent to the taste or smell; to be 
sharp, testy, waspish in temper; to be full of leiscivious de- 
sire, vulgar. 
"oS, lo, n. *'8'>S, Ic, a formation of lime, as a stalactite; the 

lime deposited on the teeth; gravel, calculus; laterite. 
'88, lo, 3m, n. an incrustation on the teeth; tartar. 

ff^] , lo, 2c, n. a stalactite or stalagmite* 
-jS, lo, n. *'8>8, Ic, to speak, telL 

O, lo, 4o, V. the same. 



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>Sco, lo, I'C. r. to tell to. 

"oS, lo, t'. *"S5C, Ic, to be troubled. used in composition. 

S^Sc^, lo, Ic, Ic, z', to be distressed, annoyed, harassed in 

mind, unhappy. 

c6, lo, Ic,; cS-oaSc"^, lo, Ic, lo, 4<c, v. the same. 
-aS. lo. n. (^C.S.) an aerolite, xnde O'^, lo. 

3>S, lo, n. (C.S.) an axe, indt oo|oS, Ic, 2o. 
^, l2o, V. '*S'>c, 2c, to scratch, make a scratch, as a thorn or 
the nails of an animal; (K.j 4o. 

3o5, 2o, 3o, V. to scratch out, to erase. 
S)>S, 3o. n. ( K. and C.S.) rust, vid^ cjp^, Ic. 

>aS, 4o, n. *'S>, 4c, a turn by alternation with another or others; 
time, epoch, used with "SS, 2c, as "85''S, 2c, 4o. 

O'^S'3^^6, 4o, 3o, 4o, 4o, n. the era or time of reckoning dates 

in a country. 
caS, 4o, n. *'8>S, 4c, (^ooocsos B. j a section, a division of a 

writing. 
o>S, 4o, V. *'8S, 4c, (^3^ B.) to appoint, commission to some 

work or office. 

o', 4o, 5c, v. the same. 

-^S, 4o, V. *"S>S, 4c, (s^B.j to estimate, reckon, calculate the 

quantity or quality, 
oc, 4o, n. (K j an aerolite, vide ^^, lo. 
oS, 4o, n. (K.) an axe, vide oo|o5, Ic, So. 
oS, 5o, V. "S^, 5c, to be lazy, indolent, idle, in composition 

used to signify to dislike to do or be. 
^C'^c, 5o, 4c, V. to be tired of hearing, to not care to hear. 

cS'OCCoY' 5o IC' ^f^' 4c, V. to be lazy, idle. 

?'^ 5o, Ic, V. to hate to see, to dislike, 

"SiS, 4c, V. So, 4c, to sing a metrical piece alternately, as a man 
and a woman, according to Laos custom. 

c^, 4c. Ic; iw^'O'^-g, 4c, Ic, 4c, 4o; iw^cool".^, 4c, Ic, 

4c, 4o, V. the same. 
^S, 4c, V. *Q(S, 4c, to compare for the purpose of verifying the 
genuineness oif anything, as weights or measures; to esti- 
mate, count. 



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ot^'sS, 4c, 4c, V. to estimate, count money. 

o^c^, 4c, 4o; co-S)6'opcp, 4c, Ic, 4c, 4o, v. the same as "OtS, 

4c, 1st def. 
"oc?, 4c, V. *"86', 4c, to make a clucking noise with the mouth. 

O^, 4c, 2o, V. the same. 

'oS, 5c, V. *'QS, 5c, to place side by side, abreast, (K. ) 3o, 
JD'^S, 5c, Ic, adv. abreast, in line, side by side, as people march- 
ing abreast. 

^S, 5c, Ic, V. to heap up as oranges or pile as wood. 

^Jb, 5c, 3o, V. to be widespread, as a large body of men. 

38, 5c, lo, V. to be scattered about. 

06', 2o, V. *'QS, 2c, to crack open, used wilh cBB 2o, cBSsSodS, 

2o, 2o, 5c; a. cracl.ed, as mud in drying. 
"oS, 3o, Tu *"StS', 3c, a skin which has been shed, as a snake's or 

a scorpion's skin; anything left unoccupied as a dead body, 

"ocSooSoo', 3o, Ic, lo, the site of a house, "OtS^^'^S^, 3o, 4o, 

4o, or city, 36*889, 3o, 4m, 4o. 
jdSjd8, 3o, 2o, lo, n. a spider's skin, which it has left in 

moulting, 

c, 3o, 4c, n. a snake's skin which has been left in moulting. 

08 -(Sy, 3o, 2c, 3o, 4o, n. the same as "^S, 3o. 

06*, 4o, V. (K. and C.S. j to scale or split off, as a thin piece from 

a heated vessel, vide 00c?, 2o. 
sx^, vide . 
"OCtiS'CCoS', 5c, 5o, 5c, 5o, adv. limpingly with one or both feet, to 

hop, o'ffoS'3CoS*, Ic, 5c, 5o, 5c, 5o, also c'so5', 00, 5o. 
'Oco.S'OCO^, 5c, 4c, 5c, 4c, adv. limpingly, hopping with one foot, 
oo"!, 5c, 2c, n. a trumpet or bugle. 
6)1, 5c, 2c, V. to be of use, . generally used with /30. 1v. /30^S|], 

2c, 5c, 2c; n. that which amounts to something, uisu ra|, 2c. 

"sS, 5c, 2c, 5c, 2c, V. the same. 

"oenQS, 5c,2c,2o, a. pert, saucy, quarrelsome, vide j^Sj:>\, 2o. 2c. 
"85, 5c, 2o, n. foSSB.) a priest's water-dipper. 

c8oS, 5c.2o, 3o, n. ( BB, ) a priest's water-dipper or filter. 

)Qc8, 5c, 3c, n. Christ, the name of the Saviour. 
CX)9, 5c, 3c, 2o, n, a Christian. 



94< "Ob 

"OOd'cSS, 5c, 3c, 3c, adx'. (^K. and C,S.) thus much, as large as this. 
CO.S, oc, 3c, n. (^a^ccocS B.) a bell of wood used for animals. 
scSoSS, 5c, Ic, 3c, adv. (K, and C.S.j how much ? how many? 

vide -acc^, Ic, Ic. 
"2)8. Ic, n. "^Qb, Ic, the harness or heddles of a loom. 

cScS, ]c, 4c, n. the sai/ic. 

oS. Ic, n. ''QS, Ic, a horn; (K.) 4c. 

f>S, Ic, oc, /;. horns curved downward or backward, 

ypS, Ic, 4o, n. long horns slightly curved forward. 

/pSoS, Ic, 4o, 4o, n. the savie. 

jp^. Ic. To, n. the horns of the sambur. 

J5, Ic, 4c, n. horns bent toward each other and almost conu'i-ig" 

together, -38^^^, Ic, 4o, 4c. 

86*, Ic, 4o, n. short horns curving backward. 

c, ]c, 5c, n. horns short and curved nearly reaching the check. 
Q<S, Ic, 5o, 7). a goafs horn. 

b, Ic, Sc, T. to have a soreness, as a young bullock whose 

horns arc starting out, or as a bullock whose horns are 

diseased. 
00, Ic, 4c, n. the horn of an ox or cov/. 
08, Ic, /;r. they; (K.) 4c. 

C08, Ic, 3c, pr. the same (^respectful). 

08, 2c, 71. ^-38, 2c, the knee, ^^8-08, Ic, 2c; (K.) 4c. 
"08, 2c, V. ^Qo, 2c, to shake as a rattle, or to ring a bell by 
shaking it with the hand, soviethnc.s, 4c. 

<^^'it rr^^'^^'S , 2c, 3o, lo, 4c, t'. to spread abroad, as the sound 

of sin^rin^. 
8, Sc, n. '*-S8, 3c, the rice plant; boiled rice. 
jdS, 3c, lo, 11. a second crop of rice in the same year. 
/)6*. 3c, 2o, n. corn, maize, o8g, 3c, 2o. 

/Dj, 3c, 3c, 7'. to liave a scarcity of rice; to be near famine on 

account of the failure of the crops. 

f^'S, 3c, Ic, n. rice gruel. 

/^^, 3c, Ic, 11. jjaiiicnni nu'llet. 

ygiS, 3c, 2c. n. (qj B.) wlicat. 

~o, 3c, 3c, 71. supper, evening meal. 



SScS*, 3c, 3o, n. a thin cake iiiade of rice flour, -oScoS, 3c, 3o, 
and sonietiiiiea coutaining sesaiuuni seeds; .sonuiinics- 3856', 
3c, 5o. 

^ '^fS, 3c, 3o, 71. a toasted cake of pounded glutinous rice and 
j'^ggery. 

^ c5, 3c, 2o, n. corn, maize, "S)8/:>6', 3c, 2o. 

c~S^8, 3c, 2o, 3c, 71. parched corn. 

^^ 'g(S, Sc, 3c, 71. a kind of thin, brittle bread. 

- , 3c, 3o, 11. rice slightly burned and adhering to the pot. 

- c^, 3c, 4c, 71. holcus millet. 

C^, 3c 4o, n. morning rice. 

coo, 3c, 5c, 71. rice that matures rapidly ; the first crop of 

rice in a year. 

oo8, 3c, 3o, 71. the hard rice as distinguished from the glutin- 
ous rice. 

c8, 3c, 2c, 71. boiled rice toasted. 

^CO,3c, 4m, 71. a preparation of rice and brewer's yeast. 

aD.S,3c, 3o, 71. rice left in the plate after eating. 

oooS, 3c lo, 71. husked rice. 

oS8, 3c, lo, n. a black kind of rice. 

-oScp, 3c, 3m, 71. a preparation made from rice flour, having 

the appearance of vermicelli. 
oyS, 3c, 4c, 71. boiled rice or other grain. 
- 00, 3c, 3o, 71. cake made of rice and some sour ingredient. 

cBS, 3c, 2o, 11. parched rice. 

oScS, 3c, lo, 11. sweet cake made of glutinous rice and jaggery; 
vide ciscBcp, 4c lo. 

CO, 3c, 3o, n. glutinous rice wrapped in plantain leaves and 

boiled; somcl'nncs the .same as 'Ooi35, 3c, Ic. 

ODJDcS, 3c, 3o, 3o, 11. {lie sniiie us ahuvc, containing plantain, 

Co9, 3c, 2c, n. short cakes di[)po(l in jaggerv. 

Q^oq )'3C, 3c, 5c, 4c, 4n, ii. food for a priest. 
- "^eo, 3c, 5c, 5c, II. (K.) I'ufc C'SJjS, 3c, Ic 

o-Qb, 3c, Im, 71. ghiiinous rice. 
'><?S, 3c, Ic, /(. (Jir smiic. 

- ^, 3c, Ic, ;/. an early morning meal. 



96 B 

"oSS-^S, 3c, Im, n. small, broken rice. 

oB, 3c, 4c, n. a preparation of glutinous rice pounded and 

mixed with sesamum seeds. 
8^, 3c, 2o, n. paddy, unhusked rice, 

o6, 3c, 4-c, n. a thin, crisp, sweetened rice cake; abu used 

with "OttvS, 3c, 4c. 
S, 3c, Im, n. small, broken rice, aSS'^, 3c, liii. 

ci>. 3c, 5c, n. highland rice. 

cS, 3c, Ic, n. wild rice, a plant producing heads like the rice 

plant, but destitute of any real grain, co8, oc, 3c. 
- cS. 3c, 2c, n. a kind of red rice. 

aS, 3c, 4c, n. partially cleaned rice. 

wiD, 3c, 3o, n. paddy with full kernels. 

8, 3c, 3c, n. a preparation of rice, made from unripe paddy, 

hulled by heat and pounded. 
8cS, 3c, 2o, n. paste made of rice. 

8o5o', 3c, 5m, 2o, n. fried sticky rice. 

8'>S, 3c, 5c, n. the turmeric plant or root, "SS-aS. 3c, 5c. 
">?, 3c, 4c, n. bread. 

;^'>SS6", 3c, 4c, 4o, n. a flat cake made of rice flour mixed 

with jaggery and fried in oil. 

oqS-ocS, 3c, 4c, 2o, n. small, round, fried cakes, made of rice 

and jaggery. 

^'>8-^8, 3c, 4c, 3c, n. a fried cake. 

'>ccoygi8, 3c, 4c, 5c, 4c, n. sugar cake. 

(^^-^Sod'od*, 3c, 4c, 3c, 2c, n. a twisted, fried cake. 

9'2Cco'>c, 3c, 4c, 4c, n. a kind of fried rice cake. 

i^oScc6"og', 3c, 4c, 4c, 4o, n. the .same as o8<i^iSco5, 3c, 4c, 2o. 

^-^CQib, 3c 4c, 4m, n. sweetened, fried rice flour cake. 
^-^copS, .3c, 4c, 2o, n. small, round cakes fried in fat. 

i;^'3Coo''c8(S, 3c, 4c, lo, 4c, ,-j. a kind of blanche mange. 

(i^^^ocxrf^ci, 3c, 4c, 2c, 5c, 2c, rt. balls of dough flUed with 

sweets and fried; pies. 

(^-^SooS, 3c, 4c, 2o, n. soft bread; pudding. 

4^^^o^J5, 3c, 4c, 2o, n blanche mange 

<y^oo^C->D\, 3c, 4c, 4c, 5c, n. a kind of sweet bread. 



8 97 

"o8'>8co.Soo8, 3c, 4c, 3o, 3c, n. a kind of sweet cake, 

tt'sScx)^'^^, 3c, 4c, 4c, 4c, n. a cake made of cocoanut and 

jaggery, with an outer covering made of flour. 

u-^SoS, 3c, 4c, lo, n. rice flour and treacle cooked in a bamboo. 

'>Sc86', 3c, 4c, 4c, n. dough. 

Q'^jScw^, 3c, 4c, Ic, 3c, n. the same as "oSScS, 3c, 3o. 

^Sc(p9, 3c, 4c, 2c, n. a preparation of glutinous rice, folded 

in a plantain leaf, specially used at the Burman New Year 

for presents. 
88, 3c, lo, n. rice flour paste; gruel, "oSSS, 3c, lo. 
CX)1^, 3c, 2c, 5c, n. (oooq B.j a preparation of rice, jaggery, 

peanuts and sesamum. 

COCp, 3c, Im, n. rice left in a chatty from yesterday's meal. 

o3, 3c, lo, n. glutinous rice cooked in a bamboo called ''i30 

CO, 5c, 3c, lo. 
086", 3c, 3c, n. paddy whose kernels never filled out. 
CoS, 3c, lo, n. rice that is long in growth ; the last crop of 

the year. 

00^, 3c, lo, n. rice partially husked as it comes from the 

hull; also a kind of millet, "oSosSo^Cp, 3c, So, lo. 

cSS'oS, 3c, lo, 4o, n. rice having small slender kernels, fragrant 

when being cooked. 

Ow, 3c, 4c, n. the midday meal. 

CsS, 3c, lo, n. a preparation of rice sometimes intoxicating; 

vide 'o8cS, 3c, 4m. 

OQ^, 3c, So, n. paddy for sowing. 

88, 3c, lo, n. vide -08S8, 3c, lo, sometimes "0888, 3c, 5o. 

<^^'^\, 3c, 4o, 4c, n. /K. and C.S.) panicum millet, vide -g', Ic. 

<^0, 3c, 5o, n. red fragrant rice. 

yS, 3c, 3o, n. dried boiled rice. 

<p^8, 3c, Ic, n. the best of rice, that separated by tossing. 
^, 3c, Ic, n. a fragrant kind of rice. 

/SQ'>8, 3c, lo, n. a kind of rice with a kernel red outside but 

white within. 

/3g8, 3c, 2c, n. vide 'o8co8, 3c, 5c. 
08, 3c, V. *'S8, 3c, to enter, 

13 



98 "Ob 

"oScBS, 3c, 3c, V. to have the name of, to be called, as this moun- 
tain -Sc^Scg'cS, 3c, 3c, Ic, lo; this book So^Soo^oo'^S^ 
o>Sc 3c, 3c, 5c, 5c, 3c, 2o, 5c. 

c6, 3c, Ic, V. to arrive at an understanding of anything, to 

apprehend. 

^^SooS, 3c, 3c, 2o, V. to take or enter nigban, to be annihi- 

lated. 

^So^-a^c^S, 3c, 4c, 5c, 4c, 4o, v. to enter a society. 

a|#, 3c, 4c, V. to be contained in, to be involved in, to accom- 

pany. 

35^/5*[J9>S, 3c, Im, 5c, 4o, v. to associate with mankind, as 

dogs, birds or horses. 

8. 3c, Ic, V. to enter upon a new year. 

gS, 3c, Ic, V. to assist, help; to perform religious duties, for 

which priests assemble and live in booths. 

cSd-oSSoS, 3c, 5c, 3c, 3c, n. that which fastens a knife blade to 

the handle. 

oo', 3c, 4c, V. to refine, as metals. 

^O"^* 3c, 4o, 4c, V. to go in, enter, as into a house. 

oo', 3c, 3c, V, to obtain, enter into the enjoyment of, as by 

conquest. 

cco^, 3c, 4c, V. vide -sSo]*, 3c, 4c. 

o, 3c, 2o, V. to yield to, to accept the rule of another, as a 

conquered country. 

o6'^/S|'[^'>S, 3c, 2o, 4c, 5c, 2c, 4o, v. to be of an age to 

associate with men. 

OoS, 3c,. 3o, V. to assemble, as priests for the mutual confession 

of sins and the performance of certain religious duties, 
living in booths prepared for the occasion. 

ooS'cSyS, 3c, 3o, 3c, Ic, V. the savie. 

0|, 3c, 2c, V. to enter on the season of lent. 

ji^, 3c, Ic, V. to enter the ear, to gain access to the mind; tc 

understand. 
X)8, 4c, n. *S8, 4c, a balustrade, railing. -more frequently, (?8, 4o. 
8, 4c, V. *"88, 4c, to make good, musical sounds. 

o85, 4c, im, V, the same. 



6 99 

"8, 4fC, V. to shake, vide "oo 2c 

8, lo, V. *"S8, Ic, to be white; a. white, ^B, 2o; ^K.) 4iO. 

JD, lo, 2c, V. to be very white. 

co8, lo, 2o, r. to be white, clear, pure. 

c8o8, lo, 3c, ty. to be a clear white. 

oc-jS, lo, 4o, r;. to be pure white. 

-^c', lo, 3c, sy. to be very white. 

o, lo, 2c, V. to be of a delicate, very pure white. 

cS.S, lo, 2o, V. to be white. 

c^S, lo, Ic, V. to be very white. 

^'i^, lo, 2o, V. to be a dull white. 

c88, lo, lo, V. to be light complexioned but not fully white, 

as a half breed. 

00, lo, Ic, n. a kind of gambling, vide w.S'OOco, 2o, lo, Ic. 
oS, 2o, w. *S8, 2c, news. S 

c8, 2o, 4c; ooooS, 2o, 5c, 4o, n. Mg same. 
8, 3o, n. *"88, 3c, bars or cross timbers. 

QO, 3o, 5c, n. the bars or cross timbers of a fence. 
"s8, 3o, V. (K.) to die a violent death, vide (?8, Ic. 

08, 4o, n. *S8, 4c, distance between two places, a stage of a 
journey, -8008, 4o, 4o; a resting place, stopping place. 

cx>8, 4o, 4o, n. way, distance. 

ooS's8c8cS, 4o, 4o, 4o, 40, n. the stages of a journey. 

-sc, 4o, 5c, n. a journey by water; a place where water is 

obtained on a journey. 
^^8, 4o, 4c, n. a place for sleeping; a traveller's bungalow. 

oS, 4o, lo, n. a resting place, as under a tree, or other con- 

venient spot. 

088, 4o, 3c, n. the same. 

08, 00, V. *^'b, 5c, to be middle-aged, neither old nor young. 
So8, Ic; 5o. 

<:Sx>SS^S, 5o, 2o, 5o, 3o, t^, to be a little older than 8, 5o. 

O, Ic, r^. "S, Ic, to stick fast in a passage, to be too large to 
pass, more than jd6*, 5c; to stick in, as a thorn in the 
foot, or an arrow in a wounded animal; to be kept over 
time at a place tlirough unforeseen circumstances, "gS 5c. 



100 * 

"o-sS, Ic, 5o, V. to be stopped and held fast by something. 
C"0^, Ic, 4c, V. to stick in the tliroat. 

cS-oc"^, Ic, Ic, Ic, 4c, V. to remain in the mind, be troubled 
in mind, to be unable to forget. 

ooS, Ic, 4o, D. to be hindered in the road. 
oo, Ic, 2c, V. to be confined in prison. 

X), 2c, V. to exceed others, uHcd with ^h, 5c. 

"c, 3c, V. *"S, Sc, to shut in, as the evening, to grow dark; 

evening. 
co8, 3c. 3c, n. this evening. 

00^^, 3c, 4c, n. two evenings ago. 
'^c^, 3c, 5c, 71. this evening. 

co^cS, 3c, 4c, Ic, n. the same. 

cSpiD. 3c, 3c, n. to-morrow evening. 

o8,8c8'>S, 3c, 4c, 2c, adv. very late at night. 

01, 3c, 4c, n. last evening. 

88, 3c, 4c, n. two evenings hence. 
6, 4c, n. *"S, 4c, gold. 

v8.S, 4c, 4o, n. pinchbeck. 

'31<^S, 4c, 2c, 5c, n. ( ^^ B. ) gold dust, ^c5g5, 4c, Ic. 

^B, 4c, 4o, n. a packet of gold leaf. 

CO 6*, 4c, 2o, n. gilded paper. 

ooS, 4c, 4c, n. a preparation of copper resembling gold leaf. 
86 00, 4c, 2c, 5c, n. gilded paper, ^c8S*, 4c, 2o. 
= ^B, 4c, 2o, n, silvered paper. 

c5gS, 4c, Ic, n. gold dust. 

odcS'>S, 4c, 5c, 5c, n. a kind of very fine soft gold. 

($>S, 4c, 4c, n. pyrites. 

x^'s^, 4c, 4c, n. a kind of very fine soft gold, ^b). 

"ocB, 4c, 3c, n. the northernmost division of the Tai family, 

Khamti. 
"o. jo, n. *", Ic, white jujube, iD's, 2o. lo. 
). So, V. ''^"S, 2c, {h B.j to suffer, endure; to receive, accept. 

'^cxjj,, 2c), 4o, 4c, V. to receive a favor. 

.g. 2(). lo. 7'. to })o unmoved bv scolding, etc. 
- "8.0, 2(>, 2o, V. to receive a visitor. 



101 

'68^"6;^8, 2o, 2o, 2o, 80, f. <A^ *arn^. 

coS, 80, 4o, f. to become a Buddhist priest possessing the five 
needful qualifications. 

oo^j, 2o, 4c, V. to enjoy. 

oo^coS, 2o, 3o, 2c, D. to bear witness, give testimony. 

- 036, 2o, 2o, f. to enter upon a novitiate for the priesthood. 

3o'ocX)S, 2o, 2o, 2o, 4o, f. ^/le same. 

o8oSco|, 2o, 3m, 2c, jy. to enter into an agreement, engagement. 

C08, 2o, 2o, r). to supply, purvey. 

op, 2o, 4c, V. to suffer loss, be defeated, "ooSop, 2o, 4o, 4c. 

oaS'^Syaao, 2o, 3c, 4c, Ic, v. to arrange a marriage. 

ooScooS, 2o, 4o, 3o, V. to be examined, undergo examination, 

investigation . 

TO^c^^-^S, 2o, 4o, 5c, 3o, v. to serve. 

06, 2o, 2o, li. ^oIcbSs B.j to suflPer punishment for an offence. 

X)*, 2o, lo, r. to suffer death. 

- O^, 2o, 4c, V. to receive a support or prop; to be propped up. 

o', 2o, 4c, V. to take part in, keep a festival of any kind. 

o8So85, 2o, 3c, 3c, V. to receive the rite of pouring, used at 

an inauguration service. 

ccoV'OoSS, 2o, 2c, 2o, 3m, v. to suffer a fine. 

COoS, 2o, 3o, V. to speak for another. 

coS-scooS, 2o, 3c, 2o, 3o, v. to plead for another. 

j^oScoco, 2o, 4m, 4c, 4c, v. to do by the job. 

jjxS"OC3pS, 2o, 3c, 2o, 4c, v. to accept, receive. 

y3o8S, 2o, 5c, 5c, v. (os<^ B.) to have pleasurable sensations. 

/^sraoS, So, 5c, 3o, v. to suffer punishment, 

ya^^cp, 2o, 5c, 2o, v. to inherit, 

y3o8, So, Ic, V. to suffer, endure; to accept; to enter into an 

engagement, be security for. 

Ui* , 2o, lo, V, to receive the exhalation, vapor, smoke of any- 
thing. 

6, 3o, V. , 3c, to step or pass over. 

jO], 3o, 2c, v. to step or pass over, to cross over. 

00 "I, 3o, 3c, V. to cross a ferry. 

co'[^C(S, 3o, 3c, 3o, 3o, v. to neglect one's parents. 



102 "O] 

'6086'. 3o, 2m, V. to step on, tread upon; to treat with disrespect. 

co<'"s>c8o, 3o, 5o, 80, lo, V. to run over the rights of others. 
X). 4o, n. /K. and C.S.) words, language, vide o, 4o. 

"o. 4o, n. a tree used for dyeing. 

S), k), V. *, 4c, to remain for a time, sojourn; to take up a 

temporary residence; to obstruct temporarily. 
006, 4o, 4o, V. to obstruct a road temporarily. 

06. 4o, lo, V. to occupy a camping station. 

S. 4o, 5c, V. to stop and wait for a time, to watch. 
3]. Ic, n. 3, Ic, the upper part of the leg, the thigh. 

)5, Ic, 2(), n. the bent cross piece of a crossbow to which the 

string of the bow is attached. 

S, Ic, 4ni, n. the leg of a tripod. 

s^, Ic, 4o, . the spokes of a spinning wheel. 

^, Ic, 4c, n. that part of small tongs by which they are grasped 

in using. 

cS, Ic, 5o, V. to go limpingly from some contraction or soreness 

of the leg. 
-op6, Ic, 2o, V. to be curved, bent, as the legs. 
<:'S, Ic, Ic, n. the mark of a cross; any frame made of two 

pieces of wood or other material crossing each other at 

right angles. 

(S)S, Ic, 8c, n. the upper part of the leg shrunken by disease. 
)], Ic, V. ^-S, Ic, to refine, purify, as metal; to deny food to, 

to deprive of the necessaries of life, as a prisoner. 

coS, Ic, lo, V. to be unfeeling, severe, cruel to another. 

c^, Ic, Ic, V. the same as "1, Ic, 2nd def. 

S)|, Ic, V. to search, (b. ), used with (j^S, 5c, and (p|, Ic. 
o|, 2c, /*. '^^, 2c, a frame, as a frame suspended over the fireplace 
in native houses. 

c8S, 2c, 5o, n. the same, also any frame in the upper part of 

a house for putting away things. 
9\, 2c, n. (05^^ B.) time, ^8, 3o, ^, 2c. 
oj^, 2c, 5c, n. (iXiOt^ P.) the nose, "^S. 3c, Ic. 
ODo5cx)9c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. ( a:a:| P.) the faculty of 

smelling, 



B 103 

'|0'>S, 2c, 4o, n. /^ol'o^iB.) the broad board band which runs 
around the outside of the lower edge of a house; also the 
board which runs around the edge of any raised flooring. 

l^oooS, 2c, 40, V. to shake from the head, as an elephant his 
keeper. 

"1, 3c, n. *", 3c. the branch of a tree, SS, 2c. 

"I^ 3c, n. '*", 3c, a servant, slave, CO, 5c; pr. I, used in addressing 
superiors; v. part, used after a verb as a polite verbal 
ending. 

coo, 3c, 3c, pr. I, used in addressing superiors or in conciliat- 
ing equals. 

coOKjqis, 3c, 3c, 4c, n. a pagoda slave. 

c^8x>|c8^, 3c, 5c, 3c, 3o, n. a boughten slave. 

c^'>Sco8, 3c, 5c, 3c, n. a rebel. 

\^\i, 3c, 4c, n. the same as -"[coS^jg, 3c, 3c, 4c. 

CO, 3c, 5c, n. the same as "[, 3c, 1st def. 

coSca, 3c, 3o, 5c, 71. foDcSs^ B.) a captive, 
"I, 3c, V. *, 3c, to comb, as cotton. 

<'^cp, 3c, Ic, V. to comb thread after sizing. 
"[, 3c, V. to kill, ^30803', Ic, lo. 

c^, 3c, Ic; /3nooS, 3c, 5c, 3o, v. the same. 
""[j^cp, 3c, 3c, n. a race of mountain people near Kentung. 
"I, 4c, n. "S, 4c, a kind of grass used for thatch; thatch. 
"SB, 4c, Im, n. the grass while growing or before dry. 

00', 4c, Ic, n. a kind of grass, imperata cylindrica. 

^S, 4c, 3o, n. the grass when dried for thatch. 

^, 4c, Ic, n. lemon grass, 

.^(Sog, 4c, 5c, Ic, n. the outer thatch along the ridge of a roof. 
Iiooi^*, 4c, 4c, V. ^0808 B.) to pay court to; to be obsequious. 
^S. 3c, a. striped, with straight or wavy lines, 6o-^S6o\^S, 3c, 

3c, 3c, 5c. 
^SS.S, 4c, 4c, adv. in a loud manner, with repeated reports of 

the voice, apphed to laughter, "^8, Ic, 

^"S.O"S.S, 4c, 4c, 4o, 4o, adv. the same. 

B, 2o, n. *^S, 2c, a traveller, sojourner, stranger; a guest, 

c^8, 3o. 



104 88 

S5^\jD'>Sop, 2o, 8c, 2c, 5c, n. (ooDoo^] P.) the same. 

"8,8, 4o, n. the abrus precalorius, the seeds of which are used in 

weighing, six making a c;S, 4)0, sometimes S^jsg-jS, 4o, 2c, 

and SJdcSS, 4o, lo. 
0^5, 4o, lo, n. the adenathera pavonina, the seeds of which 

are also used in weighing. 
"S, 4o, V. *QS, 4c, to make a hole into, to perforate for any 

purpose; to engrave, carve. 

co'g^, 4o, 4o, 2c, V. to carve. 

"SS, 4o, V. *"S,S, 4c, to speak or sing alternately or responsively. 
S^, 5oj n. *'QS, 5c, drift, matter drifting on the water or 

stranded. 
"Q^-^S, 5o, Ic, 4o, n. one who stays longer than he is wanted, 

a hanger-on. 
8B, 5o, adv. on the elbow, used with j;8S, Ic, and 'Sg'^S, 4c, as 

^S'QS, Ic, 5o, to rest on the elbow. 
"B-, 5c, 5c, Z7. to do suddenly, abruptly, precipitately, not used 

alone, vide J^B^S, 5c, 5c; adv. immediately, as 'S^o], 5c, 

5c, 2c. 
SS, Ic, n. *"o8, Ic, the ginger plant, of which there are the 

following varieties: ^S^\, Ic, 2c; ^bBS, Ic, 4o; QS<^B, 

Ic, 2o; QE<^S, Ic, 3o; SSo^S, Ic, lo. 
^6, Ic, 3o, n. dried ginger. 

SS, 2c, n. time, ^8, 3o, o&, 4o, '>8, 4o, ^|CO, 2c, 5c. 
jooS, 2c, 4c, n. the cold season. 
)o5"S6'>8, 2c, 4c, 2c, lo, n. the savie. 
jd'-oc, 2c, 2c, Ic, n. the time of early cock-crowing. 
cgop8c^, 2c, 4c, Ic, 3o, n. the periodical times of desire for 

sexual intercourse (of animals j. 

cjtp^, 2c, lo, n. the rainy season. 

ljj^^5 2c, Ic, Ic, n. the time of the year when dogs and 

other animals desire sexual intercourse. 
', 2c, 3c, n. the hot part of the dry season. 

c^.^O], 2c, Ic, 2c, 3c, adv. whenever. 
yS, 2c, 3o, n. the dry season. 

JS'S5(j^5, 2c, 3o, 2c, Ic, 71. the same. 



SS 105 

SS88, 2c, 5c, n. the rainy season. 

"oS, 4c, n. ^SS, 4o, an ancestor of the fourth generation; an 

appellation given by a daughter-in-law to her father-in-law 

or by a wife to her husband. 
S8, 4c, n. *56, 4o, a body, op8, Ic. 
SS, 4c, lo, V. to be strong, hale in body. 

3oS~S)|, 4c, Im, 3c, pr. I, used to express great reverence. 
"SS, Im, n. 'oS, lo, a chopping block. 

g^SooooS, Im, Ic, 4c, fio, n. pieces ot wood used to protect the 

cushions of a bull's pannier. 
SS, 2ra, n. *"sS, 2o, a frame or stage for anv purpose. 
ooSooS, 2m, 2o, 3c, n. a frame erected for offerings in c8^o8(S 

JsSoS, lo, 4c, 4m. 

ooeooi, 2m, 4c, 2c, n. a frame or shelf in a house, devoted to 

sacred ofi'erings. 

cSc8^, 2m, 3o, 3c, n. a writing table. 

cS, 2m, Ic, ?i. a small building erected to nats. 
[T8, 2m, 4c, n. vide QSo5eoo^, 2m, 4c, 2c. 

C9'3C, 2m, 3c, 5c, n. a water stand. 

Cw^ocjDoS, 2m, 3c, 5c, 4c, n. a covered frame or stand contain- 
ing drinking water. 

cw^-^soS, 2m, 3c, 5c, 2o, n. vide SSoocoo^, 2m, 4c, 2c. 

<|)^ccS, 2m, 3c, 4c, n. {<9\S'COi B.) the stage on which a pup- 

pet is exhibited. 
c88, 2m, 3c, n. a frame for travellers to rest upon, frequent 

under trees by the roadside. 
co]^, 2m, 4c, 71. (^00 B.j a frame for sawing timber. 

cj'S, 2m, 2o, 71. a litter, palanquin. 
Q, 2m, lo, n. the same. 

"8s, 2m, V. *"sS, 2o, to engage in a contest or rivalry, one resist- 
ing another; to resist another as a child resisting a parent 
who is punishing him. 

a^6'"8'.;g, 2m, 4o, 2m, 4o, v. to have a wordy quarrel. 

c8.S, 2m, 4c, V. to engage in battle, 
. WJD'^S, 2m, 5c, Ic, V. to race horses. 
- J^SiD-?^, 2m, 4o, Ic, V. to race boats. 

14 



106 Sep 

SS^S, 2m, 2o, n, (^gS B.) large scales. 

SS, Sm, V. "08, 3o, to stretch out, make tense, tighten, as a rope; 
to extend a superficies and make it fast. 

c8^, 3m, 3o, V. to stretch a rope or cord. 

'>cS, 3m, Ic, V. to stretch a hide. 

'>c'["S5oo'[, 3m, 3c, 3m, Ic, v. to look at intently. 

"35, lo, V. "^"35, Ic, to be hard, stiff, firm, not pliant, jSQ^a^w, 

2c, 3o; to be fierce as the sun's rays, as c8o5'S, 2o, lo. 
'PC^, lo, lo, V. to render the bottom of a basket firm by put- 
ting in cross pieces of bamboo. 
jg. lo, 4o, V. to be unwilling to obey; to maintain one's word. 
c6. lo, Ic, V. to be undaunted, firm in mind. 
QS, 2o, 71. *^S, 2c, a tax or duty levied; the commission of a 

broker, ^9868, Ic, 2o, to live on commission. 
'SSg'S, 3o, 4o, n. small dry pieces of kindling of bamboo or 

bushes. 
SS, 4o, 71. *8S, 4c, a large flat woven mat for drying anything 

upon, as fish or tobacco. 
ScS, znde SoS, 
6cS, Im, c'. -o^S, lo, to be unfortunate, unlucky; to be in 

danger; (K.) 4m, 
<;~S, Im, 3o, V. to be in danger of incurring misfortune or evil, 

if any course of action is pursued, often used like an 

interjection. 
co"Scpoo, Im, lo, Im, lo, v. the same. 
~ScS, 2m, V. " S'>S, 2o, to beat out flat or thin as metal. 

^c8S, 2m, 4c, 4o, v. to beat out gold. 

ScS, 3m, V. (K. and C.S.) to be rubbed off, worn off by use or 

friction, to be in a dilapidated condition, vide yep, 3ra. 
"Sc^, 4m, V. *-33S, 4o, to wind about, encircle; (K.^ 3m. 
Scpjo, 4m, 4m, Ic, v. to put on a turban. 

o5, 4m, DC, V. to bind around and fasten. 

cSdi^^dS, 4m, 3c, 3o, v. to put on the cloth which the Northern 
Shans wrap around the calf of the leg; 7i. the cloth used 
to wrap around the calf of the leg. 

QO, 4ni, Ic, n. anytliing wound around the head, a turban. 



Sep 107 

Sep, 4m, V. (K.) to pare off in order to make even, vide So^, Ic. 
."Sc^, lo, n. '^'SoS, Ic, the arm. 

jd6*, lo, 5c, n. a tight sleeve. 

jiS, lo, 3o, n. the same. 

OoS, lo, 5o, n. a crooked arm. 

B, lo, 3c, /i. a swollen arm. 

-^B, lo, 4c, n. an arm bent and stiff. 

sc^, lo, 4c, n. the same as 'ScSjdoS, lo, 5o. 

c88, lo, 3o, n. the sleeve of a garment. 

086*, lo, 2c, n. the same as 8cS^6', lo, 3o. 

3o', lo, lo, n. a paralyzed arm. 

'iQ, lo, Ic, n. the flesh of the arm above the elbow. 

c^o5, lo, 4c, n. a short sleeve or an arm which has been cut off". 

QoSj lo, 4c, n. a short sleeve or arm. 

cSp^, lo, 3o, n. a large, stout arm. 

38, lo, 4c, n. the whole arm. 

c8cp, lo, 4o, n. the same as "ScSiDtS*. lo, 5c. 
^c^, lo, V. *'S^S, Ic, to thwart, hinder, c^, 00. 

ooS.B'28, lo, 4o, Ic, V. to prevent one from eating, whether 

on account of sickness or from penuriousness, 
ScS, lo, V. ^C.S.j to suspend, hang, as b_y a rope, vide Sc^, 

lo; (K.) 4o. 
5cS, 2o, V. S^c, 2c, to make a continuous cut around anything 

cylindrical; a. marked by continuous cuts, striped. 
"Sep, 2o, V. '^"S'^S, 2c, to be very hot, as the rays of the sun, 

COoS'Scp, 2o, 2o; to be pungent, as tobacco; to have an 

overpowering, stifling smell, as liquor, ScSScS, Im, 2o. 

c8o5, 2o, 2o, V. to expose to the sun's rays. 

"Sep, 3o, V. *S'^, 3c, to make a barrier or line; to separate by 
a boundary ; to divide into parts or compartments. 

O'^, 3o, 3c; o', 3o, 5c, "v. the same. 

"Sep, 3o, V. to be good, used in composition, as (p5c8(pS"Scp, 

3o, Ic, 3o, 3o, to be handsome. 
Sep, 4o, V. *%Q^, 4c, to be or become better; adv. a particle 

indicating the comparative degree 

eg, 4o, Ic, V. to be or become better in circumstances. 



108 SoS 

ScScoo9, 4o, 3c, V. part, a polite imperative form, precatory, pre- 
fixed to the verb. 

il, -io. 4c, V. to be or become better in health, to be pretty 

well. 
ilc8'>S1l, 4o, 4c, 3c, 4c, V. the same. 

c8, 4o, Ic, V. to be better. 

?, 4o, 3c, V. polite, precatory form. 

5cS, 4o, n. (K.) the arm; two cubits, vide o*, So. 

"8cS, 4o, V. (K.j to suspend, hang up, vide cSBcp, lo. 

"ScS, 4o, V. to move back and forth, only used with 'g'^, 4c, as 

O'sS'Scp, 4c, 4o. 
"8cS, 5o, V. (K. andC.S.) to brandish, fence, vide o8cS, 5o. 
8cS, 5o, V. *"S'>S, 5c, to grow slowly from want of suitable food; 

to be small in size; also used of plants, as w^ScS, 5c, 5o, 

wSc^, 2o, 5o. 
ScfS, 2c. V. ^-soS, 2c. to strike with a light sliding motion, as a 

match on its box; to draw a ruling line, to draw a line. 

c88, 2c, lo, V. to rule anything, as paper, 

8, 2c, 3c; jj^', 2c, 4c, v. the same. 

"8o5, 3c, V. *'Oo5, 3c, (^oS B.^ to use indirect or artful language 
or action with the object of injuring another, as COoS'SoS 
cooSo', 3o, 3c, 3o, 2o. 

oo.S'SoSoo, 3c, 3c, 3c, Ic, v. the same. 

8o5, 4c, v. *-ao5, 4c, to raise one end or side up, as eyebrows 
which curl up at the end, 

oD'^S.o'', 4c, 3o, 2c, V. to erect one's self on one's hands; to 

turn a somersault. 

^'>S'8o5coS, 4c, 3c, 4c, 4o, v. to seesaw. 

coS, 4c, 5c, V. to run far away. 

crjiS, 4c, 4o, V. to fall down. 

8'>c, 4c, 3c, V. to turn over. 

(^h, 4c, 4o, V. to raise the body and stand on the head; to 

stand on one's head. 

o^, 4c, 3o, V. the same as ."SoSooS, 4c, 5c. 

CO, 4c, 5o, V. to throw down by taking out a support; to trip 

and throw down, as a man. 



5i9 109 

"SoScD, 6c, 5c, V. fcocSco B.) to be in the zenith of glory or ability. 

80S, 2m, n. *o5, 2o, a frog; (K.) 4m. 

j3tS, 2m, 4o, n. a bull frog, QcS/^S, 2m, 4o. 

oo5, 2m, 2o, n. a very noisy frog. 

8'S, 2m, Ic, n. a species of frog living in trees. 

c88, 2m, 4o, n. a long-legged frog. 

S-^S, 2m, Ic, n. vide "SoSSoS, 2m, Ic. 

jJsS, 2m, 4o, n. a small frog having a large belly. 
^6, 2m, 4o, n. the bull frog. 

"SoS, 3m, n. {<:qzS P.) a field of labor, state, world; a collection 
of systems or worlds; a time, epoch, vide "0 9S,4o. 

QOOji, 3m, lo, 4c, n. ( cx5 olj B.) three kinds of collections 

of systems or worlds, viz. co^c8'So5, 2c, 5c, 3m, consisting 
of ten thousand systems in which a Buddh may be born or 
in which the appearance of a Buddh is known; J^y^Q-^QcS, 
2c, 2c, 3m, consisting of a trillion of systems, over which 
the authority of a Buddh extends; 8ooooSo5, 5c, 5c, 5c, 
3m, consisting of the infinity of systems, the whole material 
universe to which the omniscience of a Buddh extends 
"SoQ, 4o, v. "^-ooS, 4o, to be silent, desolate, as uninhabited jungle; 
to be inauspicious, dangerous from the presence of animals, 
spirits, or bad men. 

008, 4o, 4o, V. to be a dangerous, inauspicious road to travel. 
S-^S, Ic, V. *'So8, Ic, to exert one's self to accomplish any difficult 

thing; with 8o5, 4m, to treat one harshly, ^oS^S^c^, 4m, 

8c, Ic, Ic; to try to do something beyond one"s attainments 

or beyond what is suitable; (K.) 4c. 
c8, Ic, Ic, V. the same. 
^3^8, Ic, Ic, V. to force, as a fruit to ripen; to do something 

prematurely, as the marriage of very young persons. 
S-^S, 4c, V. *'S'^S, 4c, (S B.) to appoint, fix, set; used of time. 
StJ, 3c, n. (K.) the measure of length spanned by the thumb 

and forefinger; v. to measure that length, mde eg, 4c. 
55, ^2o, V. *'o6', 2o, to bind the edge or border of anything 

for securing or strengthening the parts; to be by the side 

of, as c^S-ScS, 3c, 2o; (K.y 4o. 



no -38 

56'og^. 2o, 4c, 4c, V. to bind around the edge; to surround. 

cfi'>S'>cc8^SS, 2o, Ic, So, Ic, 4o, V. to surround the border 

of a country. 

CJpo, 2o, Ic, V. to have about one, as friends. 

"Sc?, So, V. "^S, 3o, to be meet, suitable; to be even, smooth; to 

be smooth in style. 
c86*, 3o, 3o; cSkS^'ScS, 3o, 3o, 3o, Ic, v. the same. 
^S, 4o, r. -^S, 4o, to be flat, as a leaf; n. a thin cake or plate 

of anything; a. aux. for flat things; (K.) chips. 

o<^'>c, 4o, 3c, 4c, n. a flat cake or loaf of bread. 

's, 4o, 4c, n. gold leaf. 

'S|, 4o, Ic, n. the outer side of the thigh. 

C] , 4o, 4c, n. a string of flat ornaments or coins for the neck. 

cc8, 4o, 3c, n. a leaf of paper. 
ffoo^, 4o, Ic, n. a Chinese coin. 

cS*^, 4o, Ic, n. sandals. 

-^yag', 4o, 5c, 3c, n. a cake of jaggery. 

0^5, 4o, 3c, n. a piece of honeycomb. 

wJB^'^S, 4o, %o, Ic, n. a flat stone. 

coS, 4o, 3c, n. a leaf of a book. 

c8^, 4o, 4m, n. mail, whether thin plates of iron or network. 

y^o, 4o, 4o, n. the side of a boat. 

.(Sr^oS, 4o, 2c, n. a brick. 

3(5, 4o, V. *'o6', 4o, to be numerous, x'ide RS 3o. 

3(5, 5o, n. a vine whose leaves and fruit are edible, used with 

cSdS 4c, as cSd5'S6'. 4c, 5o 
ScS. vide . 
30, Im, V. ' oo, lo, to go between; n. a go-between in love 

matters or other afl'airs. 

/g\, Im, 2c, V. to do quickly, without stopping, vide 'Sb^'iS 

SSo'^, Im, 4c, Ini, 4c. 

", lm,4c, n. a name given to a pet parrot used as a go-between. 

3w'SSo'>c, Im, 4c, Im, 4c, v. to go from one party to another 

without stopping night or dav, as a messenger. 

^C0 1d^ '^c, n a messenger .sent between two parties, as 

between allies; a spy, infreq. jp^cSo'-^S, 4o, 4c, 4c. 



% 111 

S8, Im, a. *8, lo, green; v. to be green. 

sS, Im, 2o, a, dark green. 

CO, Im, 5c, a. very dark green. 

cS'sS, Im, 3c, a. fresh, unfaded green. 

'?Q, Im, 2c, a. light green. 

S8, Im, t>. to smell badly, as clothing filled with perspiration, 

used in composition, as ocp'S8, Im, Im. 
88, Im, V. to be black, used of the hair, as Op<^<:pS8, 2c, 4o, 

lm,(b). 
88, 2m, 71. *'o8, 2o, a flat ring. 
(fc>, 2m, 5c, n. the flat ring on a dah handle. 
"88, 3m, n. "^"8, 3o, the teeth. 
jyS, 3m, 4c, n. an artificial tooth. 
'S<S', 3m, 2o, n. the wisdom teeth. 

'8^, 3m, 3c, V. to have the toothache. 
C^s, 3m, 4c, n. an eyetooth. 

g.S, 3m, 3c, n. teeth which project prominently. 

c8, 3m, Ic, n. a wisdom tooth or one that comes at the side 
of a neglected first tooth. 

oooS, 3m, 4c, n. the last double tooth. 

cooy, 3m, Ic, n. teeth which are very short and stunted. 
CXD^, 3m, 2c, n. a tooth that has been shed; v. to shed the 
first teeth, S8c^.Soo'*co, 3m, 5c, 2c, 2c. 

S, 3m, 3o, V. to have lost one or more teeth. 

"[, 3m, Ic, n. a jagged indent in the edge of anything, BcS 

S8|, 4o, 3m, Ic. 
85, 3m, 4o, V. to decay, as teeth. 

c^cp 3m, 3o, V. to set on edge as the teeth. 

, 3m, lo, n. a double tooth. 

og'>8, 3m, 2c, n. a front tooth, 

So, 3m, V. to boil down, as the juice of sugar cane, also SS, 3m. 

"88, 4m, n. *'o8, 4o, a sickle. 

"So, 4o, V. to smell rank as fish or flesh, used in composition. 

as 8cp'S8, Im, 4o. 
"88, 5o, V. "SS, 5c, to have a disproportionately small waist. 
"S, Ic, V. '[, Ic, to be concerned, troubled, anxious; (K. ) 4c. 



112 S 

c8"S^8, Ic, Ic, Ic, 3o, V. to be very troubled in mind. 
CO, Ic, Ic, V. to be distressed in mind. 

gS, Ic, Ic, V. the same. 

"S, Ic, 7'. ""I, Ic, to be about to die as the bamboo tree on 
flowering. 

ooS, Ic, -io, V. the same. 

%, 2c, V. *|, 2c, to ride, as a pony; fK.) 4c. 

cpc^^. 2c, 4c, 4c, V. to ride as a commander at the head of 

a file of troops. 
cScS'^SoS^I, 2c, 2c, Ic, 3o, 2c, v. to canter, vide >8(^^|, 2c, 

3o, 2c. 

oScS^Sc^i^jgj, 2c, 2c, Ic, 3o, 2c, v. the same. 

c^S, 2c, 4c, V. to go to fight; to command a body of troops. 

00 8, 2c, 2o, V. to use quarrelsome words. 

ooSco^ 2c, 2o, 5o, V. to ride on one side, as on a sidesaddle, 

^o'6d', 2c, 5o, 2o. 

ooScSd*, 2c, 3o, 2o, v. the same. 

SoScoS, 2c, 3o, 4c, V. to canter. 

(l^^\, 2c, 3o, 2c; co^o^So^S, 2c. 4o, 4c, lo, v. the same. 

o^cSd', 2c, 5o, 2o, v. vide ^ooSoo^ 2c, 2o, 5o. 

co*Sa^8y3g'>S, 2c, 4o, 4c, 2c, v. to pace, c8cpc^^, 3o, 3c. 

c8cp, 2c, 3o, v. to trot. 

OI'Ss^, 2c, 2c, 2c, 4c, V. to ride on the shoulders pickaback. 

^^8, 2c, 4o, v. to go in a boat. 

;3qSco|j, 2c, 2o, 4c, v. intrans. to swnig. 
", 3c, n. ('C.S.) a time, jd, 4c, 

CO*, 3c, 5c, adv. soon. 

.^9Cc^S, 3c, 2c, 3c, adv. soon. 

^, 3c, V. "^"S], 3c, to evacuate the intestines: n. faeces, ordure; 
aho, dirt of any sort, "ScS'sS, 3c, Ic, refuse; matter Irom 
the eyes, nose, &c. 

^8, 3c, 2o, n. vide JJ8, 2o. 

sS, 3c, 2o, n. phlegm. 

sS, 3c, 3c, n. lac, stick-lac. 
- ], 3c, 2o, n. soot 

'So, 3c, 3m, n. food which lodges between the teeth when eating. 



S 113 

"8c'[8, 3c, 4c, n. the refuse left after the sesamum oil has been 
expressed from the seed. 

C|8Co, 3c, 4c, 3o, n. this refuse pickled for eating. 

3"^, 3c, 4c, n. interest money. 

ctpJB, 3c, 4c, n. tide ^o-^^cx^S, Ic, 3c, 4c. 

o8S, 3c, 4c, 71. wax made by the ground bee or tliat made by 

the dammer bee. 

001, 3c, Ic, 71. the mucous or muco-purulent discharge from 

the eyes. 

c88, 3c, 2o, )i. phlegm. 

c8'>$, 3c, 2o, 71. rubbish that collects in the teeth of a harrow. 

9, 3c, 2c, 71. chyle. 

cSS, 3c, 3c, n. beeswax. 

38 ^^^S, 3c, 4o, 4o, 71. a mole. 

<<iS, 3c, 3c, 71. the mucous of the nose, snot. 

(:&, 3c, 4o, 71. what remains in the gun after firing, as the 

ashes or dust of gunpowder. 

coScooS, 3c, lo, 2c, n. a meteor, falling star. 

c8.S, 3c, 4m, n. the refuse of iron at a blacksmith's forge. 

coS, 3c, 3o, V. to have slight diarrluiea. 

(?S, 3c, 3o, 71. cholera morbus, violent dysentery, .sometirnea 

cholera. 
(?.ooo5(?9C, 3c, 3o, Ic, lo, 71. the sa7ne. 
- (j|., 3c, Ic, n. earwax. 

oP, 3c, 3c, V. to have diarrhoea. 

j3g^g.Sop8, 3c, 2c, 2c, 4c, n. interest money. 
'% 08, 3c, 3o, n. a rib. 

^so, 3c, 3o, 71 CK.) the rust of metals, vide c(p^, Ic. 
^SQ^, 3c, 5o, V. to be idle, lazy, -o-^S, 00. 

'c^o5, 3c, 00, 3c. 2o; %^'^, 3c, 00, 3c, To, v. the 

same. 
^6*, 3c. 2o, 71. clappers of bamboo. 
"SScS, 3c. 00, n. the temple, vide 0886", 3c. 5o. 
"ScxD, 3c, lo, V. to sneeze. 
^SoOiS, 3c, 2o, V. to cackle as a hen. 
^o^JB, 3c, 5c, V. tide coS, 5c, to jerk. 
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114 ^S 

"ScSoS, 3c, 4o, V. to utter a noise, as a tiger. 

"Soo-jS, 3c, 5c, V. to sob, vide oSoo^, 3c, 5c. 

"8c8, 3c, 2c, V. to be close, niggardly, c6, 2c. 

"388, 3c, Im, V. the same. 

"S8'>S, 3c, 5c, n. the turmeric plant, vide -aSS-^S, 3c, 5c. 

SoO'>^, 3c, 3o, V. to quail, to fear, 00'>S, 3o. 

"ScSoS, 3c, 4c, t'. to stumble, vide dScSoS, 3c, 4c. 

-"ScSS, 3c, 4c, 3c, 2o, V. the same. 

Scj^, 3c, 5c, V. to jerk, vide (jj^, 5c. 

"S9', 3c, 3c, V. to cry unreasonably. 

"Sc/^, 3c, 2o, u. to cry easily. 

%mK, 3c, 5c, V. to hiccough. 

SysSo, 3c, 5o, V. the same. 

"S, 4c, V. *"0|, 4c, (^^8 B.) to praise, exalt, not used alone. 

^8'^'*S, 4c, 2c, 4c, Ic, V. to exalt, praise. 
CCXD^, 4c, 4c, V. the same. 

<^'^, 4c, Ic, 4o, V. to sing an introductory stanza; n. a 

preface. 
"ScS, 4c, 4o, V. to exert one's self repeatedly, frequently in order 

to obtain some particulair thing belonging to another person; 

to be difficult. 
", 5c, r. *", 5c, (a B.) to rise up and crack open as a potato 

hill, when the potatoes are grown; to be in hillocks, as 

ploughed land, to be rough, uneven, c8'>^'9c8^"S, Ic, 5c, 

Ic, 5c. 
"^o, 5c, 5c, adv. suddenly; immediately. 
'^R, 4c, V. "O^, 4c, to be concave, as ground. 

'S, 4c, 2c, n. a plain surrounded by mountains, v^de "6. 2c, 

.S, 4c, 4c, adv. of a rough character, like a stony road; 

uneven; also suddenlv, immediately, sometimes, 5c, 5c. 
OS'SC, 4c, 4o, n. low ground; a spreading vallev. 
'^S'SS, 4c, 4c, adv. quicklv, suddenly, sometimes '^SQS^S-oS. 4c. 

4c, 4c, 4c, as o^'S-c>i5-o5^o5, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c. 4ni. 
O^, 5c, c'. to bring to mind, used in composition, smnethnes, 4c. 

CO. oc. Ic. T. to bring to mind; to be sorry for, repent. 

Cpco^, oc, Ic, Jic, r. the saiiie. 



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^Scgco'-o'cga^tS*, 5c, Ic, 3c. 3c, Ic, 4o, v. to bring to mmd, 

c^co'u^c^, 5c, Ic, 3c, 3c, Ic, v. to be sorry, repent 

cc^S, 5c, 4o, V. to bring to mind, remember. 

^>S, 2o, V. used with <jj6 Ic, as y^S-^^, Ic, So, to have hair of 

medium length, as a child just growing up. 
'0<S, 5o, n. "^B, 5o, a mortar. 

^o8o5, 5o, 5c, 5c, n. a small mortar used in the kitchen. 
28, 5o, 4c, n. a mortar for hand use. 

gS, 5o, 4c, n. the cup of a mortar used for pounding rice 

with the feet. 
CoS, 5o, 4m, n. an iron mortar. 

oS, Ic, n. a species of monkey, used only with c8S, 4c. 
"oS, 2c, n. a small support of any kind, usually having legs, 

higher than "sS, 2o. 
^-^S-oS, 2c, Ic, 3c, n. a table. 

c8cS, 2c, 3m, n. a lathe. 

-c8cS, 2c, 4m, n. a candle stand. 

c8c8.S, 2c, 3o, 3c, n. a writing stand or table. 

c8S, 2c, 3c, n. a study table. 
"35*05, 3c, 3c, adv. vide "85*85, oc, 5c. 

'oS'oS, 4c, 4o, 7t. (K.) H, species of the crinum bulb, vide "oSjdS, 
4c, 4c, 

"3 5, lo, v. "^"sS, lo, to be perforated, have a hole in it, as a 
dam; to come out as a small jet of water from a hole in 
a dam; to form, as an abscess; to do little by little. 

^, lo, 4c, V. to form a hole, as an abscess. 

oS, lo, 2c, V. the same as 1st def. 

"3595, lo, lo, V. to obstruct, hinder, as a thicket of thorns; to 
be in a confused state, as an unfinished house, ^ScS'sScS, 
lo, lo, lo, lo. 

"9S, 2o, n. ^oS, 2o, (^) a small support of any kind, generally 
having legs, used in composition, 

[, 2o, Ic, n. a landing place on or at the head of a pair ot 

stairs. 
"oS, 3o, V. *'S>S, 3o, to be concave, hollow, like a dent in a board, 
smaller than "O. 2c. 



116 -^cp 

^S-oSS-aSBSS^"]^, 3o, 4o, Im, 2c, Im, 3c, v. to have branches 

reaching out in all directions. 
"o8, 4o, n. ^oS, 4o, the Salwen river, oc'^S, 5c, 4o. 
"oS, 4o, n. *'6, 4o, one step in a series, an abode, a country, as 

S8co8oo8"o5, 4o, lo, 4o, 4o, the twenty brahma countries. 
jdS, 4o, lo, n. the world we inhabit, as distinguished from hell 

and from the nat countries. 

oo, 4o, lo, n. the country of brahmas. 
"^^S, 4o, lo, ?i. the heavenly mansions. 
c58, 4o, Ic, 71. the nat country. 

"oSoS, 4o, 4c, n. the viscera, vide "SSooS, So, 5c. 

"o6, 5o, v.i. *, 5o, to bend, bend around, be circuitous. 

o^coS^oS. 5o, 5c, 5o, 5o, v.i. the saine. 
scS, Ic, V. *', Ic, to open, vide c^c^, 2c. 
scS, 2c, V. *"', 2c, the same. 

ocS, lo, n. *', lo, the earth scratched out of a hole by an 
animal, as 'cSc^.Sc^'^, lo, 2o, lo, the earth upheaved by 
an earthworm. 

"scS, lo, 71. an appellation given to a male relative by marriage, 
as co^"OcS, 3c, lo, a son-in-law, S^^cS, 3c, lo, a brother- 
in-law. 

ocS, 2o, V. t. and v.i. *'0^, 2o, ^cg B.j to curve, coil, wind into 
a ring. n. a coil. 

c. 2o, 4c, n. the coils of a snake. 

c8i5, 2o, 3o, n. a coil of rope. 

cS^S, 2o, Ic, n. an anklet. 

c8'>Sc8Jd, 2o, Ic, 4m, n. a fetter. 

^oS, 2o, 4o, V. to be not straight, broken into angles, as a 

city wall. 

ooS, 2o, 3o, V. to curve, coil. 

cSd, 2o, 5c, 71. the iron ring around the handle of a large knife. 

So5, 2o, 3c, n. the iron ring around the handle of a knife. 

c9, 2o, 3c, n. a coil of ratan or rope used as a stand for 

pots and jars. 

28, 2o, 4c, n. a fetter; a bracelet. 

CO.S, 2o, 4m, n. an iron hoop. 



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"^cpy, 2o, Ic, n. vide JJ^c^J', 2o, Ic. 

tj^cS*, 2o, 3c, n. a hoop. 

"^oS, 2c, z;. *"Oo5, 2c, to scrape, as with a knife; to scratch with 

the nails; to tear or mar the skin. 
5o5, 2c, 4m, V, to strip off scales. 
8o5, 2c, 3o, V. to rake away. 

u.SjaO'^S, 2c, 2o, Ic, v. to scrape a cocoanut. 

Od', 2c, 4o, v. to scratch with the nails. 
"^oS, 3c, V. *oS, 3c, to rake. 

"^oS, 8c, V. to take and move away faster than the natural pace, 
to run away with used in composition with co^, 5c, vide 
co^'^oS, 5c, Sc. 

o', 3c, 3o, V. the samt 

^o5, 4c, V. *'Oo5, 4c, to dig, to delve. 

^o5, 4c, 2o, V. to obstruct by digging, as water from going 

under a house by digging a trench. 
&, 4c, Ic, V. to dig a hole or pit. 
'3'OoSco.S, 4c, Ic, 4c, 4c, V. the same. 

cdS, 4c, lo, V. to dig an mndergrouud apartment. 

e, 4c, 4c, V. to dig a hole. 

(j^S, 4c, 3c, V. to dig a drain. 

y3Qo3^, 4c, 5c, 3o, v. (^QoS B.) to dig in search of treasure 

according to the directions of a writing called oqJd. 3o. 
"^oS, 2o, n. ''"'SoS, 2o, a basket of small size, "gS^^oS, 3c, 2o. 

00^08, 2o, 3c, 3c, n. a basket used for washing rice. 

coS'OO, 2o, lo, 3c, n. a basket used for winnowing paddy. 
"^oS, 4o, v.t. *'Oo5, 4o, to bend; to curve, coil. 

^'^, 4o, 2o, V. the same. 

c8, 4o, 4c, V. to bend around, surround > (h. ) 

cS-aS. 4o, Ic, V. to bend in the feet while sitting. 

"^^w, 4o, 4c, V. to put one's self in a bent, reclining posture. 

8S, 4o, 4o, V. vide "ooScS, 4o, 4c. 

ooS, 60, V. *'Oo5, 5o, to take up or out, as food from a dish, to 

scoop out with the hands, to dig out. 
"sS, Ic, n. "OC, Ic, a prince, a ruler, a person having official 

rank. 



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'O'^S^^, Ic, lo, 72. the .tame; (^K. andC.S.) -^^S^sS, Ic. 3o. 

dg-^ScJoSSS, Ic, lo, 4c, 4o, n. the nobility, persons of rank. 

oS.8yg]8, Ic, 4c, 4c, n. the sovereign of oo^OcSSooi, 2c,5c,2c,2c. 

3o', Ic, lo, 71. vide -^^^wj^e^^c Ic, 2c, 5c, 5c. 

cS. Ic, Ic, n. a prince of nats. 

10'>C, Ic, !^c, 5c, 5c, 71. the prince of death. 
- 2S, Ic, 4o, 71. the governor of a country. 

CoS, Ic, lo, 71. a great minister of state. 

9T"S' Ic, Ic, 4c, n. a king. 

ja8ScoS, Ic, 2c, 5c, n. ((^<5c]58 B.) the heir-apparent to a 

throne. 
0'>>CO'S, Ic, Ic, V. to stick up or out, to have protuberances, as 

something beneath a mat. 
'O'sS, 2c, V. *'^, 2c, to be dark, dirty colored, turbid as muddy 

water; to be dark, as the sky overcast with clouds; (C.S. ) 

Ic; (K.) 4c. 
's>'>S, 2c, V. *'3'>S, 2c, to move faster than a natural pace, run, 

flee; to move rapidly, sweep, rush on, as a storm. 

c8cS, 2c, 3o, V. the suTne as \st. clef. 

s-^S, 4c, n. (C.S. ) a bundle of twigs or withes, vide op. 4c. 
'3'>S. lo, 7x. *-0'>S, lo, hair, hair of the body; feathers of a bird. 
^ScP, lo, 2c, 5o, 7/. the hair of the armpit. 

jocjd9, lo, 2c, 3c, n. the hair on the back of the neck. 

'SS, lo, lo, n. bristles, stiff hair. 

s*)^, lo, 4c, 71. hair on the neck of a person or animal; feath- 

ers on a cock's head just behind the comb. 

8'>S, lo, 4c, 71. white hair. 

co8, lo, 4c, 71. wool. 

001, lo, ic, 71. the eyebrows; the eyelashes. 

co8'^'>S-SS, lo, Ic, lo, 4c, n. the hairs of the body. 

'^S, lo, 5o, n. a feather, a quill. 

-^oS, lo, 2o, n. the hair of the beard. 

'^oSjdS, lo, 2o, 4o, n. the same. 

^csS, lo, 4o, n. the fine short hair of the body; a pinfeather. 
- ^'S, lo, 5o, n. the hair of the body. 

3>S, lo, 3ni, 71. a porcupine quill. 



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^S^, lo, Ic, n. bristles. 

y^8, lo, Ic, n. the hair of the head. 

Jj^S^^JD, lo, Ic, 2c, n. gray hair. 

cysSo^, lo, 4c, 2c, n. certain hairs supposed to exist in the 

ear, on whose erectness good hearing is dependent. 
^-jS, lo, V. *"09S, lo, to snore; (K.) 3c. 

c^ c^' ' ' ' /to snore according to the sounds indi- 
ct) ct), lo, 5o, 5o, i>. J 4. J 1 ,.1 J 

\ cated by the words. 

c-oic-!, lo,5c,5c, V. J 

O"??, 3o, 71. *'0S, 3o, a small insect of the gadfly tribe. 

qj6c6j3gS, 3o, Ic, Ic, 2c, n. a variety of the same. 

(jjocSS, 3o, Ic, lo, n. a small mountain insect of the same 
tribe, whose bite causes either a sore or a blood blister, 
vide y^^ji^Sc^S, 3o, Ic, lo. 

"o-^S, 3o, n. a howdah, "o^ScoS, 3o, 5o. 

'^^. 3o, n. (K.j trousers, vide .oa^, lo. 

* ) 4o, V. 'O'sS, 4o, to mix, to mingle with a spoon or some 
instrument with the idea of stirring up from the bottom, 
vide, jd8, Ic, as, ^^Scco^, 4o, 4c, jdScod^, Ic, 4c; also to 
be mingled in confusion, as different races of men, or 
soldiers in battle. 

"O-sS, 5o, V. *>'?, 5o, to stir up, agitate; to overturn things in 
searching; to disclose, a^ a secret; to do again, as to re- 
plough land; with co8, 5c, to have a rising in the stomach, 
sometimes .0c, 5o, 

o', 5o, 3c, V. to rehearse what has been said or done; to stir 

up by recounting. 
o-OO]^, 5o, 2o, 3c, V. the same as next. 

cocS, 5o, 3o, V. to disclose what was spoken or done previously. 

co^/30. So, 4o, 2c, V. to return to and do again work that has 

been done once. 
y[, 5o, Ic, V. to search by turning up or pulling things to 

pieces. 
'O'jS, 5o, v. used with qS, 2c, as "O'^So.S, 5o, 2c, to arrange the 

warp for weaving, vide O-aS, 5o. 
^-jS, 6o, v. to wake up by shaking, vide (^B, 4o. 



1^0 "^8 

sxS, 5c, V. ^'oS, 5c, to ki-tel respectfully, as in the presence of a 
superior. 

/D'>S, 5c, 4o, V. to prostrate one's self, to grovel, 

-sS, 5c, 2c, V. to kneel. 

'>^'>S, 5c, 4c, V. to crouch or lie down, as an animal. 

4.6*. 5c, 2o, V. to bend low on tlie elbows in a reverent manner; 

to prostrate one's self. 

o'. 5c, 3c, V. to kneel and worship; to shikoe. 

/20S0S, 5c, 2o, 2o, V. to stretch out prostrate. 

j:oSq'S, 5c, 2o, 2o, v. the smtie. 

'sxS, 2o, n. *-s6', 2o, a complete period of time, as a year or any 
cycle of time; a year; ( K. } -to. 

oS", 2(5. 3c, V. to complete a certain period of time, as a year, 

JO,S. 2(), -io, V. to be fruitful, bearing everj year, as a cow. 

00)3-9 )c8cS, 2o, 4o, 2o, 4o, v. the sayne. 

600^8. 2o, 5c, 3o, Ic, V. the same as '^S, 2o, \si clef. 
"sS, 3o, V. to place bottom side upward, as a dish. 

^S, 4o. r '''s>S, 4o, to bite; to match the part to which a thing 
is applied; to have an ache or pain. 

JDO. 4o, 3o, V. vide ^6'cp(S't4o, 3o. 

ooS, 4o, 2o, V. to bite olf. 

S'^S. 4o, 3c, V to l)e in pain throughout the part affected, 

supposed to be caused by the rising of air in the bodyv 

csS. 4o, 3c, V. to bite off, as corn from the ear. 

CJ?cScS, 4o, 3c, 3c, V. the same. 
c, 4o, 3c, V. to bite. 

c^.Sc8.8, 4o, 3c. 3c, V. to throb and ache. 

oSS, 4(), 2c, V. to bite and tear. 

cp6*, 4(), 3o, V. to bite and hold, as a bulldog. 

c8o5, 4o, 5c, V. to bite and pull. 

coiD, 4o, 3o, V. to bite and drag. 
'oS, vid-e -o. 

si, Ic, n. s|, Ic, that over which something passes, a bridge, 
stairs, &c. 

/:>^cocn, Ic, 2o, 3c, n. a bridge which does not quite touch the 

place it is supposed to reach. 



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o8oa>S, Ic, lo, n. a bridge of braided bamboo. 

CO*, Ic, Ic, n. stairs, a ladder. 

co'S,oco j, Ic, Ic, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. the stairs descending directly 

in front of the house of a prince, which can be used only 

by himself. 
co'c88, Ic, Ic, 4c, n. a twisted creeper of any kind; a spiral 

staircase. 
8, Ic, V. *'S>|j Ic, to laugh; to laugh at, make fun of. 

o8S?S, Ic, Im, 4o, V. to laugh loud. 

c8coSc8.So3'', Ic, 4m, 5c, 4m, 3c, v. to laugh so as to exhaust 
one's self. 

o^, Ic, 5c, V. to laugh smilingly. 

cooo', Ic, 5c, 3o, V. the same. 

o^S'^ScoS, Ic, lo, Ic, lo, V. to laugh loud, boisterously. 

^8, Ic, 2o; jaoic^cS/^lo-S, Ic, 3c, 4o, 3c, 2o, v. the 

same. 
"08, 2c, V. *'3'[, 2c, {% B. j to take refuge in, to trust as a person; 

to shirk work. 
oo5^o5 00800 S, 2c, 4o, 4m, 4o, 3o, v. to take advantage of 

one's work, working only when watched. 
8S, 2c, 3c, V. the same as \st. def. 
08, 2c, V. *"'[, 2c, to be leprous, cooS, 3c. 
"08, 3c, n. (K. and C.S.) a word, words, vide coY, 3c. 
"s8, 3c, n. *[, 3c, a cluster or bunch of flowers or fruit. 

g^D, 3c, 2c, n. a bunch of flowers, a bouquet, nosegay. 
^8, 3c, V. *'^\, 3c, to fry. 

"^8, 4c, n. *'S'[, 4c, clothes; goods, property. 

'COc88jo', 4c, 2c, Im, 4c, n. one suit of clothes. 

oo'sS'oSB.S, 4c, lo, 4c, 3o, n. everything planted in a garden. 

085, 4c, 4c, n. military dress, accoutrements. 

ooS, 4c, 5c, n. vide 5Soo5, 3o, 5c. 

-s^S, 4c, 3c, n. clothes, dress, 

-^S^Sw', 4c, 3c, 4c, Ic, w. the same. 

oo5, 4c, 3c, 11. clothing put on to replace clothing removed: 

clothes worn on special occasions. 

9o5^8co', 4c, 3c, 4c, 3o, n. the sarne. 

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sScixScxj^ooS, 4c, 2o, 3o, 2c, n. a present prepared for officials; 
a present for one's betrothed. 

aS, -ic, Ic, n. clothes partly worn. 

086*, -ic, 4c, 11. tools, instruments, utensils, articles of use. 

cS^'vSo, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4o, n. the same, 

-^^' i") ^c, 71. rags. 

c8S, 4c, 4m, n. goods, property. 

:o'. 4c, 3o, n. tide "^8c^o5"^8od', 4c, 3c, 4c, 3o. 

^^- "i'^> "i<^j " goods in a house, furnishings of a house, as 

o88S"o8coS, 4c, 4o, 4c, 4c. 
^3. 4c, ?/. f K. and C.S.j the neck, throat, znde C'c'T, 4c. 

c8>^, 4c, Ic, n. (^K. and C.S.) the ankle; ^8S8, 4c, 4c, the 

wrist. 
8, 5c, n. *, 5c, a cluster, as of fruit, tnfreq. tide "08, 3c. 
o. Ic, n. "^"h, Ic, a hole in the ground, a pit, a grave. 

OoS"SS, Ic, 4o, 4o, n. a grave. 
o\96, Ic, 2c, 3m, n. the same. 

"O, 2c, n. '3. 2c, a hollow; a plain surrounded by mountains. 

51^? 2c, 3o, n. the same as 1st def. 

"O, 2c, V. *'i), 2c, to bend over, as a tree over a house; to bow 

the head, bend forward. 
Xi, 3c, used in composition to denote absence of hair or feathers, 

hence '^.S^, 5o, 3c, a quail, is so called; without hair, as 

98"o, Ic, 3c, to be bald. 
, 4c, v. *'6, 4c, to have a relapse of disease, vide 'Q'^'6, 4c, 4c. 
"o, 5c, n. a plain, low ground surrounded by mountains. 
88, 5c, 4o, n. a plain or district surrounded by mountains; a 

tableland, as most of the princi{)alities in Shanland. 
^, lo, c'. *'i), lo, to be bitter; (K.) '^, 4c. 

-soS, lo, 4c, V. to be very bitter. 

og'^, lo, 2c, 2c, V. to be slightly bitter, bitterish; also c^,g 

2c, 2c. 

cS'OC'']', lo, Ic, lo, 4c, V. to be bitter in spirit. 

0O'>Sc'>S, lo, 2o, 5o, V. to be very bitter. 

vcl'ooo], lo, 3c, lo, Ic, V. to have a scowling countenance, 

9', lo, 5o, V. to be very bitter. 



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^Jp^'^co', lo, 5o, lo, lo, V. the same. 

^, 4o, n. ^-o, 4o, the edge of a cutting instrument. 

^, 4o, 4c, n the edge of scissors. 

OoS, 4o, 3c, n. the edge of a knife. 

^j 4o, V. *'6, 4o, to itch. 

c8, 4o, Ic, V. to itch slightly, as after partial relief through 

scratching. 
"^, 2c, V. *-o|, 2c, f|?B-) to be leprous, opoS, 3c, "^8, 2c. 
"^, 3c, V. *"S], 3c, to prepare unused ground for cultivation, as 

^^c]8, 3c, 4c. 
"Q, 3c, V. to do incessantly, not used alone. 

oo5, 3c, 4o, V. to travel incessantly. 

c8o5, 3c, 2o, V. to expose one's self to the sun habitually. 
"Oco5, 3c, Ic, 11. the nose. 

^, 3c, Ic, 3c, n. to have a broad flat nose. 

cS, 3c, Ic, 4o, V. to have a nose with a projecting end. 

'2^^, 3c, Ic, 4c, V. to have a dull sense of smell. 

CO, 3c, Ic, lo, V. to have a long sharp nose. 

jsS'S?, 3c, Ic, Ic, V. to talk through the nose. 



"O, 4c, n. ' sy 4c, a moat. 

8S, 4c, 4m, n. the moat of a city. 

cp, 4c, 5c, n. a ravine. 

QO]^*, 4c, 4c, n. [Laos) a priest of many years' standing; some- 
times ??4c, or "^wp, 4c, 4c. 

cS, 2c, V. *"0'f, 2c, to scratch the earth as a fowl or bird. 

> 2c, V. *"'[, 2c, (g^ B.j to rub out; to be rubbed out, can- 
celled; to pay the cost of an article, as g5jd1, 2c, 3c. 

oc8c^o, 2c, 3c, 4o, 3c, v. to discharge a debt. 

go5, 2c, 2c, V. the same as C'S, 2c, 1st clef. 

C"S, 2c, V. *''[, 2c, to brush away, to lift out of its place and move 
away, as moving a stone by means of the foot or a stick. 

c'Sct)'5c6', 2c, 5c, 3o, n. (c[3o8^oS B.^ the masonry base of a 
building. 

C"Si, 2c, 2c, 71. (iOvF.) freedom from evil, 'sQSoo^, 3c, 2o. 

cSo, 2c, 2c, 71. the same. 

C"S, 3c, n. (K. and C.S.) a body of flowing water, vide CsS, 4o. 



124 x>* 

cficS, 4c, 4c, adv. agreeable in sound, as o86o98cc, Im, lo, 

4c, 4c, (b.) 
cS, 5c, V. *, 6c, to put side by side, compare with the purpose 

of one side outdoing the other; to contend in rivalry. 

aj3^, 5c, 5c, Ic, V. to reuie horses. 

SSjo-aS, 5c, 4o, Ic, V. to race boats. 
cS, lo, n. *'0\, Ic, a casting net. 

c"S. lo, V. *!, Ic, to hinder, thwart; to deliver from or remove 
a present evil, to overcome evil; (K.j 4c. 

ooo, lo, Ic, V. to deliver one's self. 

s<5Bcs|'>S, lo, 4c, lo, 2o, V. the same. 

6o^, lo, 4c, V. to help in putting out a conflagration. 
c, 2o, n. *''[, 2c, a Chinaman; (C.S.) Ic. 

OD|, 2o, Ic, n. a Chinese Shan north of Namkham. 

'>, 2o, 5c, n. a Japanese. 

O'sScoS, 2o, 4o, 4c, n. a Panthay. 
CoS, 2o, lo, n. a Chinaman. 

|8, 2o, 5o, n. vide cSoo]^, 2o, Ic. 

C"S, 3o, n. *'0\, 3c, dried sticks of bamboo. 
CO, 3o, n. fh&osj an alligator, a crocodile. 
CO, 4o, V. part, a verbal particle denoting probability, as coSc 

oo', 3o, 4o, lo, will probably die. 
c6i"S, 4o, 4o, adv. probably, w-^Sc'Sc'SSi. 4c, 4o, 4o, 4c, there is 

some probability, 
c, 5o, n. *"0, 5c, a frame for drying anything, as fish, "SS, 4o, 

"SSc, 4o, 5o. 
c, 5o, V. ", 5c, to go limpingly. 
soS, 5o, 5o, adv. limpingly. 
c^, 5o, v. (31 B.) to widen, make broad. 

"gS, 60, 3o, V. the same. 

', Ic, n. *, Ic, fat, unctuous animal matter, more or less solid, 

vide ^, 4c; (K.) 4c. 
"g*^, Ic, 3c, n. a lump of fat. 

QS, Ic, 4o, n. a cake of fat. 

9C, Ic, 4c, n. the same as ~o', Ic. 

C^O, Ic, 4c, n. beef fat. 



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"', 2c, V. *'8, 2c, to lay an egg; n. an egg; (K.j 4c. 
jd', 2c, 2c, n. a fowl's egg. 

"S, 2c, lo, n. flyblow. 
-^c, 2c, 5c, n. a bubble. 

3o5, 2c, 4m, n. a duck's egg. 

o^^, 2c, Ic, Ic, n. the fruit of a species of cordia the 
leaves of which are used for cigars. 

00, 2c, 5c, n. used of princes to indicate their origin. 

6d.S<^.S, 2c, 4c, 3c, n, the same as "s'so^w^S, 2c, Ic, Ic. 
cS5, 2c, Ic, n. a water plant used for food. 

6d^ , 2c. '4c, n. a spark of fire; sometimes used of small coals 
of fire. 

>?, 2c, 4c, n. vide "s'qj88, 2c, Ic, 4c. 
SSw^S, 2c, 4o, 4c, n. edible ants' eggs. 

Sep, 2c, 4m, n. a nit. 

g^, 2c, 2c, n. the seed capsule; pollen, c^-jSg^, 3c, 2c. 

~ gJ3. 2c, 3c, n. used with g.S, 2c, as gJD''g5, 2c, 2c, 3c, a 
kind of flower. 

rScS, 2c, 4o, n. the testicles. 

Q, 2c, Ic, n. the same. 

cSwaS, 2c, Ic, 4c, n. the small ungrown bulbs of the potato. 
'^ 3c, V. "^"S, 3c, to desire, >, 3c. 

cco'cSoS, 3c, 5c, 3c, 3m, v. to be inclined to be angry. 

eg, 3c, Ic, V. to consider. 

cSootS, 3c, Ic, 4o, V. to bring to remembrance, remember, 

recollect. 

c6o'>Sc8, 3c, Ic, t>o, Ic, V. to consider. 

oo', 3c, 3c, V. to desire, wish or want to have. 

o\, 3c, 3c, V. to signify. 

X)', 3c, V. *%, 3c, to be ill, sick, to ache, as J^^*', Ic, 3c. 
"* 3c, V. *", 3c, to relate, narrate. 

ODoS-o'co]^, 3c, 3o, 3c, Ic, v. the same. 

/3^o, 3c, 5c, 2c, V. to tell stories. 

*', 3c, V. *, 3c, to follow closely, to track, as the footprints of 

an animal. 
CO, 3c, 4c; ^2^'*' ^C' ^^' ^^i '^' ^^ same. 



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'o^cgjj^'*^'^- ^^' '*^' ^^' ^^' JTl' ^^' ^^' '^'- ''^^ '^^'"^ ^-^ ^'' ^^ 
"', 4c, n. '^'S, 4c, bodily dirt, filth, scarfskiii. 

JD, 4c, 3o, V. the same as next. 

co^, 4c, 2c, V. to be very filthy with dirt. 

oo6, 4c, Ic, n. extreme filth of body. 

oo8, 4c, 4c, n. vide jd^'ooS, 4c, 4c, 

ooS, 4c, 4c, n. verdigris. 
(fe>S, 4c, 3c, n. dandruff. 

C^, 4c, 3c, n. the soot or crock on a chatty after cooking, 

also S-^Scw^, 2c, 3c. 
o', 5c, adv. of a mottled color, used of cattle, as oS's'', 4c, 5c. 
^'c8S, 5c, 3c, adv. (K. and C.S.) thus much, oO'^S'^c', 2o, 5c. 
', lo, V. ", Ic, to sell; in composition, to slander. 

3'^, lo, Ic, V. to gain a livelihood by selling. 
^^c^6, lo, Ic, 3c, V. vide -o'cSS, lo, 3c. 

j^'sS, lo, 2c, V. to sell merchandise, traffic, "O^ypoS'o'oS'^S, lo, 
2c, lo, Ic. 

-soS, lo, 2o, V. to sell out; literally to have the thing sold 

separated from the one who sells. 
^8, lo, 4c, V. the same as o'jd'>S"S)''o8'^, lo, 2c, lo, Ic. 
-'^8''o8S, lo, 4c, lo, Ic, V. the same. 
"^Sco^, lo, 4c, 3c, I', to retail, sell in small quantities. 
"^Scg'-^ScS, lo, 4c, 3c, 4c, 4o, v. the same. 
QS>1, lo, 4c, V. to accuse falsely, to slander. 
"g'sS"o''c8, lo, Ic, lo, 4c, V. to slander. 
c^-S, lo, 4c, V. to sell on credit. 

c^^-s''c^8, lo, 4c, lo, 3o, V. the same. 

c^8, lo, 3c, V. to accuse falsely, to slander. 
c^8-o'oSS, lo, 3c, lo, Im, V. the same. 

c^8, lo, 3o, V. the same as o'c8>S, lo, 4c. 

c^, lo, 4c, V. to sell at a loss. 

ooS, lo, 3o, V. to sell altogether. 

O^, lo, 4c, V. to sell at one bargain all that one offers for sale 

at one time. 
o', 4o, n. -S, 4c, a swamp, morass, marsh. 

>, 4o, 5c; g^S, 4o, Ic, n. the same. 



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"o'ca^OOoS, 4o, 3o, 3o, n. a shaking bog. 
J3^5, 4o, Ic, n. a very mirj bog. 

"s', 4o, t'. (K. and C.S.j to turn round, to turn away, vide "g', lo. 
"', rto, V. *"S, 4c, to pay boot, to pay a balance in favor of a 
person, vide "g', 4o. 

^'S, 4o, 4c, V. the same. 

a', 4o, V. *'%, 4c, to spit out something distasteful. 

"s', 4o, n. (K. and C.S.) a buffalo, z^c?? ^'', 4o. 

o'cS^S, 4o, Ic, n. (C.S.) mineral coal, vide (X>'^B^6d\, 2o, 3c, 

2c, 2c. 
"o'c^S, 4o, 3c, n. (K. and C.S.) a half, vide "g^'^S, 4o, 3c. 
', 5o, jy. "8, 5c, to change place, remove; to contract two words 

into one, as "^c^* 3c, Ic, into c^, Ic. 

~p, 5o, 4o, V. to be unreliable in word. 

SS'S^'Sj, 5o, 2c, 5o, 2c, v. to postpone. 

cQS, 5o, 4m, v. to remove soreness or sickness by employing 

some article as a charm and placing that article afterwards 
at a distance. 

006*^^-0, 5o, 4o, 5o, 4o, V. to be vacillating in one's talk. 

Jo8'S*oo'[, 00, 4o, 00, 3c, V. to make a new road; to change 

one's route. 

c8cScS, 5o, 4o, 3c, V. to remove into a place vacated by 

another. 

c8, 5o, 3c, V. to change place, remove. 

jo8c8J3oS^'S, 5o, Ic, 3c, 4c, Ic, v. to abbreviate, as two words 

combined into one, as ^c^S, 2c, Ic, for cSoc', 2c, Ic. 

S'S^cS'sS, 5o, Ic, 00, lo, V. to pass from one year to another. 
ooS, 5o, 3c, V. to change place, remove. 

SS'o'O'aS, 5o, oc, 00, 4c, v. the same as %)''SS"0*''[, 5o, 2c, 

00, 2c. 
G-s>\, 5c, n. , 5c, a small basket used for presenting offerings, 

used with ^cS, lo. 
S''[, 5c, v. *, 5c, to have an emaciating disease; to be sick 

repeatedly, supposed to be caused by the evil influence of 

the planets, ^'[cS, 5c, 5o; n. blight, a pest. 

<P\[0, 5c, 2c, V. the sayne. 



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Cl, 6c, V. to have a scarcity of anything, co5'>Sc|, 4o, Ic, 

5c; -acc-o]^, 5c, 5c. 
COl, 5c, V. to dislike, not used alone. 

001, 5c, Ic, V. to dislike to see. 
Q., 5c, Ic, V. to dislike to hear. 

CoV, Ic, n. *^\, Ic, a handle with a hooked end, a hook. 

C/3l. Ic, 5c, n. a pole with a hook for pulling down. 
j^S, Ic, 5c, n. the .same. 

C"Sct>', Ic, lo, 4c, n. a hook at one end of a long pole kept for 
use in a conflagration. 

co^, Ic, 3o, n. (K. j a hoe, vide oS. Im. 

coS, Ic, 5o, n. an iron hook for driving an elephant. 

cS, Ic, Im, n. the handle of a Shan hoe having a crook in the 

wood where it is inserted into the iron. 
cfcS, Ic, lo, n. (C.S.) a hoe, vide oS, Im. 
c8.S, Ic, 4m, n. an iron hook. 
o^, Ic, 5c, n. a hook for fastening. 
C'o'j', Ic, V. to ask, request. 
.S'^Sco^.SoS, Ic, Ic, 4c, Ic, V. to beg for a living. 

co"^, Ic, 4c, V. the same as C"^, Ic. 

cc^, Ic, adv. separately, alone, vide cocs^cs)^, 2c, Ic, Ic. 

CO^, 2c, V. *'"1, 2c, to be dirty, filthy, as an unwashed dish, vide 
o'co^, 4c, 2c. 

/), 2c, 3o, V. to be covered with a crust of dirt. 

C^, 2c, V. to be abundant, as fruit on a tree, 

O'^, 2c, 3c, V. the same. 

C'o9o'>, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. (qqIcocS P ) an immense number. 

C"o'[, 3c, n. -oi, 3c, the wrist, ankle, not used alone. 

cB'i^, 3c, Ic, n. the ankle, 'g6'c8>S, 3c, Ic. 

^8, 3c, 4c, n. the wrist, "5^8, 3c, 4c. 

C"*?, 3c, n. *"0|, 3c, a word, words; a line or sentence, as in 
rythmical books, C'O^-p, 3c, 4o; a. aux. used with words, 
as ^oocs^, 4o, lo, 3c, three words or three sentences. 

c^Sc^lc^, 3c, 3c, 3c, 3c, n. truthful words, 

c'a'j'co^, 3c, 3c, n. vide JCoE, 5c, 3c.. 

C's'T, 4c, n. *'[, 4c, the neck; throat. 



C"0^/5<?, 4c, 4c, n. the joint of the neck. 

oiJ, 4c, 2o, n. swelling on both sides of the neck. 

JB8, 4c, 2c, V. to have a very slender neck, as a person or 

bottle. 
^ScS-^S, 4c, 2c, Ic, n. an isthmus. 
^S, 4c, 4c, n. the smaller second storej which often surmounts 

a kyoung. 
"CoS, 4c, 4c, V. to have a stiffness of the neck. 
oSco'j'SS, 4c, 4c, 4c, lo, V. the same. 
"38, 4c, lo, V. to be headstrong. 
odS, 4c, 2o, n. the handle of a pestle of any kind, the place 

which the hand grasps. 
cS8, 4c, 3o, n. the collar of a garment. 
^S, 4c, Im, n. goitre. 
"^^-S, 4c, 2c, 71. a protuberance on the back of the neck. 

o, 4c, 4c, n. the same as co^'^SS, 4c, Im. 

gS, 4c, 3c, n. (K.) goitre. 

swY 4c, 3c, n. the neck of a chatty. 

5^*, 4c, Ic, n. the upper part of the gullet, Adam's apple; 

(K.) o8^8, Im, 3c. 
^<S, 4c, 4o, n. the same as coVjd^, 4c, 2o. 
^JB, 2c, n. *'oS, 2c, an openwork basket used to catch fish, "^Z) 

joSo], 2c, lo, Ic. 
^JB, 5c, V. *x>S, 5c, to exceed others in either a good or bad 

sense, be better or handsomer than common, to be extra- 
ordinary. 
'8.S"'6, 5c, 5c, 3c, 3c, adv. excessively; in a handsome manner; 

with suitable furniture, equipage; also 5c, 5c, 2c, 2c. 
"^S, 5c, V. *'.S, 5c, to suffer ill effects from hard labor, or 

privation, as to have severe illness or be stunted in grov/th; 
eg, 5c, Ic, V. to be distressed, harassed in mind. 
cgBcScg, 5c, Ic, 4o, Ic, V. the same. 
^S, 3o, V. *x>S, 3o, ($oS B.j to hit, come in contact, strike 

against. 

eg, 3o, Ic, V. to get anf^ry, vexed; to be sorry. 
'^SqQS, 4o, 4o, int. linnibug! 

Vi 



130 '?S 

"SS, Ic, p. *"oS, Ic, to prepare, make readj for, as material for 
building a honse; to make ready, as in preparing to fire a 
gun; to try the tones of a musical instrument before playing^ 
"^Soo'w^, Ic, lo, 4c. 

<6, Ic, 40, V. to consult together, to make ready. 

cocS, Ic, 4o, V. the same as "^S, Ic, 1st def. 

88, Ic, 4o, V. to look after the affairs of a country in order 
that improvements may be made. 

yiJD^S, Ic, Ic, Ic, V. to make an effort to come to an agree- 
ment. 

"8s, Ic, V. *'o8, Ic, to sift; n. a sieve. 

', Ic, 5c, fu a wooden sieve. 

c8^, Ic, 4m, n. an iron sieve. 

5*5 o, Ic, lo, 5c, n. a horsehair sieve. 

85, 3c, V. *"oS, 3c, to divide or distribute equally, to divide into 

two equal portions or weights, used in composition, as 

8o5"^S, 4m, 3c; to be alike; n. a half. 
oS, 3c, lo, n. intervening space, middle, midst, centre; prep. 

in the midst of, between. 
joo86, 3c, lo, 4o, 4m, v. to divide equally, as the space 

between equidistant parallel lines into equal compartments. 

-aSS, 3c, 3c, n. a half. 

'8'S5, 3c, 3c, adv. with a heavy rumbling sound, as thunder 

directly overhead. 
oS'oS, 3c, 3c, 3c, 3c; 8S*SS, 3c, 3c, 3c, 3c, adv. the same. 
^S^S^ 5c, 5c, adv. vide ^S-^S, 3c, 3c. 
86, lo, n. *"S, lo, knee or waist ornaments of coils of cord or 

wire. 

ogS, lo, 4c, n. knee or waist ornaments made of brass wire. 

o5, lo, Ic, n. knee or waist ornaments made of ratan blackened. 
"SS^cEo. lo, 4o, 3c, n. maidenhair fern, so named because the 

stem is blapk like "^Sco, lo, Ic. 
^S, 2o, V. *-, 2o, (^S B.j to be firm, strong, durable, <>$, 3c, 

^Bi>, 2o, 4o. 
^6, 3o, n. "oS, 3o, things, property, what pertains to a person; 

materials articles, inipleuients. 



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"8cgS, 3o, 5c, n. the contents of the abdominal cavity, od'oo8, 
lo, 5c. 

^8, So, lo, n. the same as "88, 3o. 

oJ2c88, 3o, 3c, 4c, n. the menses. 

tt, 8o, 5c, n. the trappings of a horse. 

cooi, 3o, 5c, n. the trappings of a cart or carriage. 

^8, 4o, V, to come in contact with, to touch or hit accidentally, as 

two persons passing each other, vide c88, 5o. 
eg, 4o, Ic, V. to be anxious, troubled about making a decision. 
cg"cg, 4o, Ic, Ic, Ic, V. the same. 

^8, 4o, V. *"oS, 4o, ($Si B.) to liken, compare, vide '3^^, 4o. 
XiS, 4o, 4c; c8^, 4o, 3o, v. the same. 
^8jd, 4o, 2o, v. to trust in one's fortune, luck. 
^"^t^^, 4o, 2o, 4o, Ic, V. the same. 
^oS, 3c, V. *oS, 3c, to crush with a grinding motion, to bruise, 

to grind. 
^'^, 3c, Ic, V. to clean seeds from cotton by grinding. 
"o, 3c, 3c, V. to grind paddy in a cocS, lo. 

00'[OD'[, 3c, 3c, Ic, V. to grind medicine. 
J3g', 3c, 3c, V. to grind sugar cane. 

^oS'^oS, 3c, 3c, adv. (K.) exceedingly, applied to cold. 

voS, 4c, V. *"Oo5, 4c, to reach, come up with, attain to, catch up 

with. 
c6, 4c, Ic, V. to have all that one desires; to meet the desires 

of another. 
cgSScg, 4c, Ic, 4m, Ic, xk the sarn^. 

og, 4c, 4c, V. to overtake one who has started beforehand. 
*^'>S, Ic, n, a name for the Shans of the Kengtung district. 
^^S, Ic, V. *"0^, Ic, to turn back from, as a promise; to go 

back on itself as a back current in the bend of a river; 

(K. andC.S.) 4c. 
^, Ic, 4o, V. to take back one's word; to alter a decision. 
Oi^tS'^'>Syg, Ic, 4o, Ic, 4o, V. the same. 

Y'^j lc 4c, V. to exchange, return, as goods bargained for or 

bought; to go back on a promise; to turn back on a road. 
''>S, 2c, V. *%>^, 2c, to have a pungent smell, S-^S'^^, Im, 2c. 



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"S-^S. 3c, V. *"S28, 3c, to go up, ascend. 

JD|'8'>S''3C, 3c, 3c, 3c, Ic, i\ to increase the price. 

jd|'SqSco, 3c, 3c, 3c, Ic, V. the same. 

S'>S, 3c, Ic, V. the same; also to aspire recklessly beyond one's 

abilities, as in becoming unduly familiar towards a benefac- 
tor or tawards an over-indulgent parent. 

'9^. 3c, lo, V. to live at one's father-in-law's house, used of men. 

S, 3c, 5c, V. to live at one's mother-in-law's liouse, used of 
women. 

c88<Sd', 3c, 3o, lo, V. to make a bank or dam higher, so a.^ to 
increa.se backwater. 

cSd', 3c, lo, V. the same. 

co5, 3c, 3c, V. to go up and down in, to experience a change, 

as from one place of residence or state to anotlier. 

coSooSoosJl^, 3c, 3c, 2c, 5c, 2c, v. (coODcp P.) to be subject to 

transmigration, to pass through successive stages of exisleuce. 

OoS, 3c, 3o, V. vide ccSooS, 2c, 3o. 
C9^. 3c, Ic, V. to begin to reign. 

3-3^, 3c, V. *'9oS, 3c, to pain, be painful, gnaw as pain; to have 

convulsions. 
3^, 4c, n. *'S'>S, 4c, night. 
oo8, 4c, 3c, n the approaching night. 

cS-jS, 4c, 4c, n. night before last, 

>c'. 4c, 5c, n. to-night. 

- SoS, 4c, 3c, n. to-morrow night. 

O^, 4c, 4c, n. last night. 

^^, 4c, V. ^^-iS, 4c, to repeat, do again; to return. 

wgl^, 4c, 2c, V. to go back. 

-o, 4c. 4c, V. to have a relapse of disease. 
-dSisrsS, 4c, 4c, Ic, V. to take again, to take back. 

- coS, 4c, 2c, c'. to retaliate evil for evil. 

- c^i^cj-^, 4c, 3c, 2o, c'. (co1c6GS B.j to fall away, apostatize. 

1?, 4c, 4c, V. to come back. 

So, 4c, 4o, V. to return, to go back. 

COoS, 4c, 3o, V. to relate, report, narrate; to say again. 

c36", 4c, 4c, r. to return to life, rise again. 



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5-^0 "[, -ic, 3c, V. t say again. 

3S, 4c, 4c,.to go round about; to have a relapse of disease. 
8o5, 4c, 4m, V. to do again. 

'Q-j^'O'iS, 5c, 5c, V. to lay hold of in play, to hug close; to be 
tough like half-cooked meat; to be older than desirable, as 
when a man of considerable age seeks a young wife. 

"86*, 3c, V. *'0'S, 3c, to measure with a span the distance from 
the end of the thumb to the end of the middle finger; n. a 
span. 

vi", 4c, n. '^'h, 4c, a connected line of snares fixed in the ground. 

oS-^-S, 4c, lo, 5o, n. snares to catch birds. 

^6, 4c, V. *", 4c, to put a barrier, as of branches or of thorns. 

CO, 4c, 5c, V. tlie same. 

^38, 2c, n. *'[, 2c, the cross beam on which the plate of a roof 

is made to rest. 
"86, 2c, V. *'S)|, 2c, to boil a long time, as a solid to a pulp; to 

boil a liquid to the consistency of paste, as the juice of the 

sugar-cane. 

CoS, 2c, 2c, V. (u^ B. ) to make confectionery. 

"86, 4c, V. *"S|, 4c, to hit, come in contact, strike against with a 
sliding motion; to sharpen, as a knife. 

"SS, 4c, 3o, V. to hit, strike against. 

"86. 4c, n. (K.) stocks for confinement, vide coS, 2o. 

88, 4c, V. to tune an instrument, to train or improve the voice. 

oSS, 4c, Im; oSSc^oSS, 4c, Im, 4o, Im, v. the same. 

"88, 5c, V. *"S>, 5c, to be great, large in bulk, size; to be proud, 
self-important. 

"S, 5c, 3o, V. to be large in size. 

"^S, lo, pr. a dual form, we two, used only in composition, ^8 
o], lo, 3c. 

^|, lo, 3c, pr. we two. 
^8c^^, lo, Ic, n. (C.S.) anklets. 

"88, 4o, n. * s\, 4c, that which stretches along connectedly, as a 
string of ornaments, a creeper, creeping plants; race, 
lineage; an extensive jungle containing more or less wood- 
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'28jO'>Sc8'>S, 4o, 4o, Ic, n. a creeper which remains on the ground. 
jd8, 4o, Id, n. the creeping butea. 

^8, 4o, 3m, V. to climb a tree by encircling the trunk, is a 

vine; n. the spiral winding of a creeper. 
J^'i^y 4o, 4o, n. the human race. 

"6, 4o, 4c, n. a string of gold beads; a kind of parasite, an 

air plant. 

"88, 4o, 4o, adv. repeatedly. 

58cScjS, 4o, 4o, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

co8'S6'3'>S, 4o, 3c, 4o, Ic, n. a princely race. 

c8S, 4o, lo, n. a string of beads whether jewels or imitations. 

oSScfo^'O, 4o, lo, 4c, 4c, n. a royal or princely race. 

coj^cS, 4o, 3o, 2o, n. an edible creeper, 

-^0008, 4o, 5c, 3c, n. the gourd creeper. 

988ooS"S'[6}, 4o, Im, 2c, 2c, 5c, n. unbroken lineage; the re- 

peated, continual necessities of physical existence. 

'^, 4o, 4c, 71. the entada creeper. 

co^'$8c5, 4o, 3c, 4o, 3o, n. race, lineage. 

o8, 4o, 2o, 3c, n. a species of creeper. 

w?^, 4o, 2o, Ic, n. a ledge of rocks. 

co', 4o, Ic, n. a ridge or range of mountains. 

c^S, 4o, lo, n. a sweet creeper, wild licorice. 

/5Qo5, 4o, 2o, n. a large creeper. 

J3Qc8oS, 4o, 2c, 3o, n. a half-caste. 

jaQ'S'^ooS, 4o, 2c, 3c, 5c, n. a creeper that spreads on the 

ground instead of ascending a tree; a person without energy 

or enthusiasm. 
./30c8, 4o, 2c, Ic, n. poor lineage. 
/J^cS, 4o, 2c, n. a species of creeper. 
58, 4o, n. a jungle, used with c^-^S, 2o, as '^c^'^S'3^'^8, 4c, 2o, 

4c, 4o, in the jungle. 
58, 4o, V. (K.) to be diffused or scattered in different places, 

vide 88, lo. 
>^, 2c, 71. *QS, 2o, the inner shell, which encloses the kernel, 

as in the mango; a cocoon. 

5co^, 2c, 3o, 3o, n. a silk worm's cocoon. 



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g^, 2c, Ic, n. the rind of a hog with the fatty substance 

beneath it. 
c8<S, 2c, 3c, n. an empty shelL 

CO*, 2c, 3o, n. vide "g^^Sco', 2c, 3o, 3o. 
g^ 2c, n. a boundary. 

c8cS88, 2c, lo, 4o, n. the same. 

'gS, 3c, n. *SJB, 3o, an enclosure for keepmg animals, as "gJD/>', 

3c, 2c, a hencoop; "g-^'j 3c, 4to, an enclosure for buffaloes; 

"g^w, 3c, 6c, a stable; "g^^, 3c, Ic, a pigsty; (K,) a room. 
ooS, 3c, 2c, n. an enclosure used for confinement, a prison 

yard. 
c8,S"g.Soo6, 3c, 4m, 3c, 2o, n. stocks. 
g^co, 3c, 3c, n. a wooden bell, vide "oco^, 5c, 3c. 
g^co^oo', 3c, 3c, 4c, n. a shed joined to a house, often to serve 

as a stall for the selling of goods. 
g5, 4c, V. *'8^, 4o, to pry out, dig out, as the tight stopper of 

a bottle. 
gJB, 4c, V. *"S^, 4o, to be bent up, crooked, as the hand. 

^"^j 4c, 4c, n. part of a weaver's shuttle. 

'g^"gS6^"S5, 4c, 4c, 4o, 4o, adv. with a rattling or jingling 

sound. 
g-S, 4c, V. (^coIoSB.) to knock, rap with the knuckles. 
g5, 5c, V. *'8^, 5o, (fisloS B. j to fold, turn back, op6', 5o; n. a 

fold. 
gS^"g^"8.S, 5c, 3c, 5c, 5o, a. rough, uneven, as a road. 
^5, Ic, n. *'SS, lo, things, property, goods, what belongs to a 

person; the private parts. 

Co5'gSo'[, Ic, 5o, Ic, 3c, w. really excellent goods. 

aoSy Ic, 2o, n. a present sent by the hand of some person, 
used particularly of a present sent to a lover or sweetheart. 
c8S, Ic, 4m, n. the same as "g8, Ic, 1*^ def. 

co', Ic, lo, n. a thing received without giving an equivalent. 
"gS, Ic, pr. a dual form, both, two persons. 

"0|, Ic, Ic, pr. both, used only in speaking of two persons. 
^, Ic, lo, pr. both, used only in addressing two persons. 
oS, Ic, prep, on account of, because of. 



136 ^S 

"gSScScS, Ic, Im, 3o, int. the same as 5cpcS, Im, 3o, when used 

as an interjection. 
S, 2c, a. *SS, 2o, able, clever, accomplished, vide JDob, 5c. 
^a, 8c, a. pink; (K.) 4.c; (C. S.) Ic. 

gB, 2c, 2o, a. deep pink. 
"S, 2c, 3o, a. ^A^ same. 
'9C, 2c, 2c, a. light pink. 

gS, 3c, n. *QS, 3o, a large-mouthed basket. 

^oS, 3c, 2o, n. vide j^S-^cS 4c, 2o. 

"g', 3c, 4o, 7j. a basket holding half a ooS, lo. 

co6, 3c, lo, 71. vide oo8, lo, a large beisket holding a oo8, lo. 

CoS, 3c, lo, n. a measuring basket. 

^c, 3c, 5c, n. a bucket made of basket work and covered with 

gum. 

8o5, 3c, 3m, n. vide 8o5, 3m. 

.tS, 3c, 2o, n. a measure of capacity equal to one sixteenth 

part of oof g]^ lo, 3c. 
oS, 3c, V. ^SS, 3o, to hit or touch accidentally, with bad results, 

as to catch one's foot on a rope and fall. 
"oS/D-^S, 3c, Ic, V. vide 3cSjd'X"^So'3S, 2c, Ic, 3c, Ic. 
"oS"', 3c, 2c, n. a basket and its contents, viz. two bundles of salt, 

two of tea, two bunches of plantains, two bracelets and two 

hanks of thread used as a wedding gift to a bride; also 

as an offering to nats and to call back a fairy, JjlS'?^, 5c, 

Ic; 96''g'>S, 5c, Ic, an ancient custom. 
"o8/x>5, 4c, 2o, n. vide jg8jDo5, 4c, 2o, c^jdoS, 2o, 2o. 
oScSs^, 4c, 4o, v. (K.) to send a present from a distance. 
OS'S, 4c, 5c, n. ^cjjlft^ B.) something placed upon the head for 

a burden to rest upon. 
"gSco8, 4c, 4c, n. /^calFiccoo8 B.) a bell placed on the back of 

a burden-bearing animal; the bell-shaped part of a pagoda. 
"S, 5c, V. *'36, 5o, to catch, drew back, as by a nail, thorn; to 

catch and hold; to be caught and held; used of a serpent, 

as COCpc'g8, lo, 4c, 5c, i.e. his spur catches in the earth and 

he remains quiet, fascinating his prey. 

o5, 5c, 2o, V. to catch and tear, as on a nail or thorn. 



^^ 1S7 

^Sc6, 5c, Ic, V. to be anxious, perhaps joined with annoyance and 

resentment. 
"go5, 2c, V. *So5, 2o, to tie in a knot, make a knot; n. a knot; 

a debt, used with o^, 3c, Sg'^Sg'goS 4c, 3c, 4c, 2c; (Yi.) 4c. 

OD'opcp, 2c, lo, lo, V. to be tied in a kind of knot, one loop 

following another. 
OO.S, 2c, 5c, V. to be tied in a double knot. 

^^n^ , 2c, Ic, 2c, V. to knot or kink, as thread in sewing. 
o, 2c, lo, V. to tie a knot by twisting, as withes, &c. 

acS, 2c, 4o, V. the same. 

X>, 2c, 5c, V. to knit, crochet. 

(p.S, 2c, 5c, V. to be united in love. 

(p.S"go585, 2c, 5c, 2c, 4o, v. the same. 

c|885'>S, 2c, Ic, 4o, 4o, n. a peculiar knot, so called from the 

supposed resemblance of the knot to a fly's head, 
goS, 2c, V. *'So5, 2o, to collect together as scattered fragments, 

as in the brushing of rubbish from a box. 
"goS, 2c, 5y.*'SoS, 2o, to come to an end, to be finished; to pay a 

debt, "goSoSo^, 2c, Ic, 3c; in composition, to be intensely 

devoted, 'OoS<?^, 2c, 5c. 

oSS, 2c, 3m, V. the same as 1st def. 

5, 2c, 5c, or 3c, n. the children of the same mother; the last 

child born in a family, co.S"go5o5, 3c, 2c, 5c. 
goS, 4c, V. *'So5, 4o, to curve up, draw together at the ends as 

a bow; c^-goS, Ic, 4c, to be short-tempered. 
goS, 4c, V. (K.j to throw away, cast away, to separate from; to 

divorce as a husband or wife, mde 8o5, 3o. 
goSSoS, 5c, 5o, adv. in an indifferent manner, without diligence; 

secretly, without permission. 
"gaS"goS, 5c, 5c, adv. in a determined way, determinedly; dogged- 

^dS^oS, 5c, 5c, adv. with a scratching, grating, rough sound; 

used with '^SSio^, 4o, Ic, to make a rough grating sound 

with the mouth in eating. 
g'^S, Ic. n. *'S'>$, lo, a circular flexure in the hair of animals, 

"g>S, Ic, 6dq!^, Ic; (K.J 4)C. 
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138 g'iS 

"O^, Ic, n. *S'S, lo, a fairy or spirit attached to a person from 
birth, "gS, Ic. 

o^, Ic, iio, V. to have this spirit frightened away, so as to 

make the person ill. 
wi*, Ic, 4c, V. to have this spirit return to a person, denoting 

return of health. 
"g-aS, Ic, n. *'S'^, lo, one of anything in pairs; a. aux. applied 

to one of anything associated in pairs; a measure equal to 

two baskets of rice. 

"gl, Ic, Ic, a. right, as opposed to left. 

oo', Ic, 5o, a. left, as opposed to right. 

g-^S, Ic, Ti. ( K. and C.S. ) that part of the blade of a weapon or 
tool inserted in the handle, vide ^cS, 3o. 

^-^S, Ic, V. (C.S.) to crow, as a cock, vide "^c, Ic. 

g'>S, 2c, n. *'S^, 2o, the richness of anything, used in com- 
position, as "g-^ScO^, 2c, Ic, the richness of the earth or 
soil; 'g'^SS^, 2c, 4c, the richness of silver, der. from next 
word. 

"g^, 2c, n. ^'S'^S, 2o, (oogs B.) revenue received by assessing 
property. 

jdS, 2c, lo, n. duty paid at a guard station. 
8, 2c, Ic, n, an annual tribute. 

', 2c, 5c, n. duty paid on timber. 

"goS, 2c, a. *"S'>S, 2o, light brown, as the color of a kind of 

cotton, JDC^goS, Ic, 2c. 
g-^S, 3c, V. *"8'>S, 3o, to collect, gather together, into one place, 

with the idea of a large number, as of people or of many 

goods. 

"SS/dS, 3c, 3c, lo, V. to collect together in a central place. 
g-sS, 4c, n. (K. and C.S.) exhalation, smoke, vide <g'^, 4c. 
"g-^, 4c, I'. '^'Scp, 4o, to shake as anything loose, to move back 

and forth, shake, have animal action. 

"808, 4c, 4o, V. the .same. 

o'>^, 5(', n. *ScS, 5o, a staff, stick, cudgel. 

-08, oc, Ic, n. a drumstick. 

,0, oc, 3c, u. a small rod or stick. 



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^9^oo5, 5c, 5c, n. a flat stick or paddle used in washing. 
003, 5c, 5c, n. a cane, a walking stick. 

oo8ogc, 5c, 5c, Ic, 3o, n. a cane with iron points at the 

lower end. 

00^, 5c, 5c, n. a short rod. 

'^cp, 5c, 5c, n. a mallet. 

ooS, 5c, 2c, n. a mallet or club. 

cooS8, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. a small mallet used by carpenters to 

pound a chisel. 

oooSw, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. a whip. 

gS, 5c, 4ic, n. a gong hammer. 

c8cp, 5c, 5o, 5c, n. a whip, 

cBS, 5c, 4<m, n.ahammer, 

- CO, 5c, lo, n. a sharp stick, a goad. 

o', 5c, lo, n. a ratan branch or twig. 

o'^S, 5c, 3o, 4o, n. ('C.S. ) an oar, vide jd^6d'88, 2o, 4, 4o. 

J8, 5c, 4m, n. a long, slender stick. 

g-S, 2c, n. ^-SiS, 2o, the border of anything, 

0Q|, 2c, Ic, n. the edge of the eyelid; sometimes the eyelid, 

as oc S'g6* co\, Ic, 2c, Ic. 
'giS''^c8cS'^, 2c, 4c, lo, 4c, n. a margin. 
'gi'^cScpcS'^S, 2c, 5c, lo, Ic, n. a boundary. 
"g(S, 3c, V. *^iS, 3o, to be brittle, crackingly brittle, easily 

broken into pieces, as a dried leaf; a. brittle, 
"g S*, 3c, V. *"86', 3o, to meet, as the two ends of a rope encircling 

anything; to meet, come tpgether at the ends; to turn a 

day, month or year, or any period of time; n. a circle, 

ring; a period of time, as a month, year. 

/^-sS^-sS, 3c, Ic, 4c, V. to meet again after an absence. 

SS, 3c, 2c, V. to turn a period of time, most commonly a year; 
to be more than a year old. 

^S, 3c, 2o; '36''o6*3, 3c, 2o, 3c, Ic, v. the same. 
089^, 3c, Ic, n. the ankle. 

88, 3c, 4c, n. the wrist. 

o^S, 3c, 4c, n. a period of days, as five days marking bazaars; 

a week. 



140 "^p 

"o', Ic, V. ^'S^, lo, to desire to be as some other person; to 

desire to have something as another has. 
So^, Ic, So, V. the same. 
g', 3c, V. *', 3o, to meet together, as two persons or things^ 

vide "g6', 3c; (^Laos) to die. 
"O. 2c, iy. ^'5, 2o, to bend over and break, as the stem of a rice 

plant, when unable to sustain the ripened head of grain. 
"O, 3c, V. *v, 3o, to place in a prone position, opposed to supine, 

with the convex side uppermost, ako ^, 3c. 

oo3o5, 3c, 5c, 3c, V. (oaSoSB.j to invert the rice-pot of a 

priest, i.e. to refuse to receive offerings from a person, to 

excommrlnicate. 
o. 3c, V. (K.) to be concave, hollow, vide ^S, So. 
-^S, 3o, n. *'^^, 3c, (os^oS B.) a subject, matter or thing under 

consideration; a time, "^l^*!! 3o, 3c. 
^ScS, 2o, 3c, n. {^'ScB B. ^ a lion, more freq. odScS, 2o, 3c. 
^S. 4o, n. *'^5, 4c, (aS B.) a Chin man. 
aS, 4o, adv. repeatedly, again and again, placed before the 

verb. 
"OiS, 4o, 4o; tOO^, 4o, 3c, adv. the f<nm. 
aS, 5o, <y. ^'^S, oc, ( B.j to calculate in the mind, to estimate, 

compute. 
"3]<S'. 3o, n. ^^^' 3c, (oTjcS B.) a leather having holes, which is 

used in weaving strips of cloth; a strip of cloth woven by 

itself. 

cooVoo', 3o, 4c, lo, n. a piece of perforated leather used in 

weaving. 
^5*, 3o, V. *'^, 3c, ^atS B.) to insert a flat thing between two 

surfaces; to place together two fiat surfaces. 
^. -lo, V. (55<S* B.) used in composition. 
OD^, 4o, 2c, V. ( 000 B.) to be easy, happy, at rest; n. ease, 

happiness, rest, .oo5o8c^. 4c, Im. 
"^jl, 4c, V. *'^, 4c, C^ B.) to put down, to place; to make a 

halt, remain a .short time. 
B-jScoo, 4c, 4c, 4c, v. to put at interest. 



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"^]sc6, 4c, Ic, V. to settle the mind, be settled in purpose, inten- 
tion; to feel confortable and easy in mind. 

^^l''^T' '*^' ^*^' ^*^' ^^> '^' ^^^ same. 

oS^'Cj, 4c, 3c, 2c, V. (cScy^O P.j to depose from the duties and 

privileges of the priesthood. 

c^, 4c, 4c, V. ^at^ B.) to give a reward, do a favor. 
O'^'[83o6*, 4c, 4c, 4c, 3o, v. the same. 

coS, 4c, 5c, V. {oo6 B.) to encamp, go into quarters. 

co^cooS, 4c, 3c, 2o, V. (^^ooSgoS F.j to make a resolution in 

regard to one's conduct. 
00S, 4c, 4o, V. to put down, degrade from a position. 

Qco^, 4c, 3c, V. to remove a film from the eye b} means of 

some charm, or by medical applications. 

c8^, 4c, 2o, V. to take vermifuge. 

00 S, 4c, 5c, V. to purge, produce pur^ng. 

CO, 4c, 2o, V. to place in a lower position; to be humble, 
lowly in spirit. 

ooS, 4c, 2c, V. to put into prison. 

o^, 4c, 3c, V. to discharge the debt of a person. 
o6, 4c, lo, V. to stop for rest or refreshment. 

WOO]^, 4c, 5c, 2c, V. to curry a corpse to the place in which 

funeral rites are performed. 

8, 4c, 3c, V. to cure a sore mouth by means of charms or 

medicine. 
c8^, 4c, 3c, V. to teach, give instruction in reading. 

o88, 4c, 3c, V. to put down a burden and rest. 

o^ 4c, 5c, V. to put down, place, to throw down. 

aaS, 4c, 4o, v. to write figures in the columns or squares of a 

table previously prepared for that purjxjse, 
yaoop8, 4c, 5c, 4c, v. (osc^s B.j to put at interest. 

J^^\, 4c, 5c, 2c, V. (oop B.) to remove from office. 

Jifioo^, 4c, Ic, 3c, V. to discliarge the debt of a person by 

taking some of his goods. 
^"[B, 3c, V. *'^^, 3c, (^^(SB. ) to confine, imprison; to control. 
cS, 3c, Ic, V. to restrain the feelings, quiet the mind. 

^cX)'[, 3c. 5c, 3c, V, to fix, make permanent as paint, dye. 



142 ^b 

*n|^c8^, 3c, 3c, V. to contract in an obligatory writing. 
c8i5'Q]i^co*, 3c, 3c, 3c, 4o, v. the same. 

o', 3c, 5c, V. the same as '?)|"S, 3c. 
c"^, 2c, V. vide cS, 2c. 

c^-snS, 2c, 40, n. ^cjagSs B.) fetters. 

c'^'^l, 2c, 2c, V. vide coS"^|, 2c, 2c. 

C^-gjSc"^"^!, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c, V. the same. 

C"^^, 2c, V. to be happy, colloq. c<g^, 2c. 

c"^^, 3c, n. *"^, 3c, (c?)5 B.) the dross of metals, 's*^'f, 3c, 

3c. 
C"3|^, 4c, n. *'^, 4c, (c?p B.) conveyance by stages. 
C"^9, 4c, V. *, 4c, (caoB.j to coax, persuade, pacify. 

>S>S, 4c, Ic, V. to coax to eat; to persuade. 

00, 4c, lo, V. to draw out by questions which assume the thing 

to be ascertained, to catch with words. 

co8, 4c, 2c, V. the same as c^], 4c. 

Q'^) 4c, 4c, V. to persuade, pacify with pleasant speech. 
C"^']', 4c, V. *'^, 4c, ('S9p B.) to smooth; to be of fine texture. 

^, 4c, 3c, V. to be smooth, have a smooth surface. 

"gj-S, 3c, V. ^'Bl-S, 3o, to do or act on account of being persuaded 
or receiving flattery. 

'8'^S, 3c, 3c, V. the same. 
"gS, 2c, V. to fear, vide iDO, Ic. 

goS, 3c, V. *^cS, 3o, (gioS B.j to take out of, to free from, 
deliver, release. 

/3fiO, 3c, Ic, V. the sam. 
^\, 2c, n. a charm. 

dgS, 2c, 3c, n. a charm protecting against injury by a gun. 

(^1, 2c, V. *^, 2c, to be of use; n. use, vide "^s^, 5c, 2c. 

gJ3, 2o, n. ^S.S, 2c, any sharp thing sticking up or out; a 

pointed bamboo set in any place for a hostile purpose, 

sometimes "sJB, 2o. 
^2^, 3o, n. (^ooSgoS^O B.) a species of ulcer, 
-g^, 3o, V. ^-SJd, 3c, to widen, make wide, broad; to increase, 

augment; to be broad, wide. 

vgS'g.Sd^, 3o, 3o, 3o, 3c, v. the same. 



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gS, 60, n. *"S5, 5c, ^ooSB.J a measure of capacity equal to 
half a s6, 2o, sometimes 6c. 

gS, lo, V. *'S6, Ic, to place across, make a barrier, place 
athwart. 

gS, 2o, n. (oogS B.) the place where anything is put or where 
work is done, as "gSoo^, 2o, lo. 

pS, 4o, V. *"SS, 4c, to set at liberty, release; to be free, some- 
times 5o. 

cS, 4o, 4c, V. to set at liberty, to give permission- 

O^, 4o, Ic, V. the same as "gS, 4o. 

^06, 2o, V. *'QcS, 2c, to remove by strokes towards one's self; to 
level, smooth off the top of a measure. 

"g'jS, Ic, n. ^S'aS, Ic, a circular flexure in the hair of animals, 
"g>8, Ic. 

0088S, Ic, lo, So, n. a small amount of money left in the 

purse for luck. 

'^\6t:)S, Ic, 3c, 2o, n. marks on a person's forehead indicative 

of his destiny, fate, fortune. 

^oS, Ic, n. *"8'>S, Ic, a spirit, vide "g*?, Ic. 

g^, lo, n. *"8'>8, Ic, a thunderbolt, vide 'Q'^, lo 

g^5, vide "g, 

"g'j 2c, v. *'S, 2c, to lie in a sprawling manner, helter-skelter, 
like sticks of wood; (K.) 4c. 

"OlccS", 2c, Ic, Ic, n. the mark of a cross or anything resem- 
bling a cross. 

"90S, 2c, 2c, adv. in a cross-legged position, as a deity, also 
-o^-^cS, 2c, 2c. 

g', 3c, V. *", 3c, to meet together, form a junction; to meet, 
Ct^S, 4o. 

g', 4c, n. the penis, vide ,0', 4c. 

g', lo, V. *"S, Ic, to turn around, to turn away, o', 2o. 

^8, lo, Ic, V. to tiuTi the head. 
g'^oS, lo, 2c, adv. vide g'^^oS, 2c, 2c. 

p^, 4o, V. *, 4c, (^b B.) to divide, separate; to levy; n. half a 

basket. ooS, lo, sometimes "', 4c. 
8'>^soo^, 4o, 4c, 2c, V. to levy a direct tax. 



U4 "g 

g'tfSo, 4o, 4c. 4c. V. fSt^ B.) to levy a direct tax. 

g'-j^S, 4o, 3c, n. a half, vide "^So^S, 3c, 3c, also used of half 
a basket of rice. 

"g*, 4o, V. to pay boot, ootSog^'sS, 3o, 4c. 4c, vide "o'. 4o. 

"g, 3c, V. *'S, 3c, to place in a prone position, convex side upper- 
most. 

"g, 4o, n. vide .p, 4o. 

"gl, Ic, n, the right side, as opposed to the left, sometimes vgi, Ic. 

", 2c, v. vide ^, 2c. 

"g. 3c, V. *'S, 3c, to desire, want, wish for. "^, 3c. 

00, 3c, 5c, V. to have a disposition to be sullen, angry. 

cS, 3c, Ic, V. to consider, reflect, 'c'cp, 3c, Ic. 

3D', 3c, 3c, V. to desire, want, ^'co^ 3c, 3c; (K.) "*', 3c, 3c. 

0|, 3c, 3c, V. to mean, signify, "o'o]^, 3c, 3c. 

?, 3c, 3c, V. the sam as "g, 3c. 

S, 4c, V. (K.) to be nearly dry, damp only, vide ^, 2c. 

ScSS, 4c, 3o, adv. (^C.S.) how much? how many? (K.j cgcSS, 

5c, Ic, 3o; vide 'S^c^. Ic, Ic. 
. Im, n. *"6, lo, a needle. 

oco|8, Im, 5c, 4c, n. an oblong-eyed needle. 

sS, Im, lo, n. a needle, as jsqSi'S^ScoSm^, 2c, 4c, Im, lo. Ic, 

3o, he has not even a needle. 

', Im, 4c, n. a small golden needle inserted in the flesh as a 

charm. 

iS, Im, 2o, n. a round-eyed needle. 

^o5, Im, 2c, V. to have a needle sticky, hard to shove through 

cloth. 

yo5, Im, 2o, n. a pin. 

Tft*t^' ^^^' ^^' ^^' " * round-eyed needle. 

Jn^^S, Im, Ic, 3c, n. an oblong-eyed needle. 
"S, Ira, v. *x>, lo, to be scarce (Laos). 

c^'Sc'O?, Im, Ic, Im, 4c, v. to be anxious, distressed. 
, 4m, n. (K.) a snare, vide '^S, 4c. 

OoS, 4m, 4o, n. (K.) a spade, shovel. 

"5, lo, n. *, lo, a species of reed some varieties of which are 
SJ35, lo, 4o; "So^S, lo, lo; 'S./ag'^S, lo, 2c; (K.j 4o. 



c5 lis 

*S. 2o, n. vide ^. To, 2o, 

"S, 80, p. *i, 3o, to be burnt up; to be burnt or scorcbed as 

food in cooking, as 38', 3c, 3o, th2 broken burnt rice 

adhering to the bottom of the pot; adv. intensive, applied 

to red, as cQS'S, lo, 3o, to be very red. 
"S, 4o, n. "'o, i'O, dry brushwood, grass, stubble. 
"S, 4o, n. *X), 4o, the board binding, which protects the upper 

edge of the side of a boat, 
'o, 5o, V. "3, 5o, to be well-finished, done with precision. . 

"S^*, 5o, 3o, V. tlie name. 

C 

The third letter of the Shan Alphabet, and the third Consonant 
of the class of gutturals. 

C, 5c, V. *c, 5c, to call, cry, as a buffalo, c C, 5c, 5c. 

COC^, 2c, 2c, adv. with a quarrelsome noise, used of dogs, c?, 

4c, also 4c, 4c. 
C^, 4c, n. *c-S, 4c, any break in a continuous line, a bend or an 

angle, 8'Sc^8'>f C^, Im, 4c, Im, 4c; v. to bend, make bends 

or angles, also 5c. 

CO*, 4c, Ic, n. a bend in a mountain road. 

coc^, 4c, 4c, also 4o, 4o, adv. with a quarrelsome noise, as dogs; 
nodding heavily, as cocSc^, Ic, 4c, 4c, irifreq. 

cS. 5c, V. the .'same as cB, 4c. 

tS, 3o, V. *8.S, 3c, to open, gape; to be open, separated; to 
pull the trigger of a gun, infreq. vide cS, 5o. 

cS, 5o, V. to call roughly, used with q\S, 5c. 

cS, Ic, vide cS, lo. 

cScS, 3c, 3c, adv. savagely growling, used of dogs when threaten- 
ing to bite. 

cScS, 3c, 3c, adv. the same. 

c6, lo, V. to leave a person or thing, to separate from, have 
nothing to do with another, used only with "sS, lo, or jdS. 
lo, as SoS-sScS, 3o, lo, lo. 

cS, 2o, V. *8S, 2c, to be bent in the lower part of the back or 
waist, 

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146 qS 

c, 3o, n. a crotch, division into two parts having a curve at the 
point of separation and not a sharp angle like 6, So, and 
having long prongs, used of manufactured articles. 

cS, 5o, V. ''cS, 5c, to open, break op>en as fruit, pull apart; to 
pull the trigger of a gun; to stretch the string of a bow. 

CoS, 5c, V. to shut tightly together as the teeth or lips. 

CoS, 5o, V. (ccS B. j to famish, coS-oS, 5o, 3c, vide ./386'-o6, 
4c, 3c. 

a^cs^, Ic, Ic, adv. moaningly. 

&9S8^, Ic. Ic, Ic, Ic, adv. the same. 

CsS, 3c, V. to take hold of with the teeth, to bite; to have a 
sudden ache or pain. 

caS, lo, V. ^S^S, Ic, to be entire, not castrated, used of 
animals; to have arrived at virility; to be unusually hand- 
some. 

C^, 2o, n. *8'>^, 2c, an alloy of copper in gold, either remain- 
ing on account of the p-old being imperfectly refined or 
subsequently put in. 

.88, 2o, lo, n. the refuse salt near a salt spring, "S, 3c. 
oS, 3o, V. '^S'*?, 3c, to bite, bite off, sovtetima 3c. 

cS, 4o, n. work, business, used with jd'SC, lo. 

CsS, 4o, n. *8'aS, 4c, an evil poisonous influence supposed to cause 

disease especially fever of a severe malarial type; v. to have 

convulsions, 8'^Cf, Im, 4o. 

vSoS, 4o, 4c, V. to be subject to frequent involuntary twitch- 

ings of the muscles. 

'O, 4o, Ic, V. the same. 

^'3^, 4o, 3c, V. to have convulsions. 

CO, 4o, Ic, V. to have convulsions and turn black. 
c8S, 4o, lo, V. to have convulsions and turn red. 
C^Sc^S, 4o, 4o, adv. exceedingly, applied to cold, /3o5, 4c. 
caS, 5o, n. *c^, oc, poison, c^, 5o. 

cS, 4c, V. to shut up, vide oS, 4c. 

qS, 2o, n. *'^S, 2c, a crack, opening or space beneath; gills of 

a fish; space beneath an overhanging rock. 
ioSol, 2o, 4o, Ic, n. the gills of a fish. 



cb 14/ 

C(Sc^, 2o, 5o, n. the armpit, ifide /)(Sc, 2o, 5o. 

'>^) ^o 4o, n. a part of a roof overhanging the space on one 
side, as a protection from the weather. 

cS, 3o, V. to cancel, as astrological predictions by the occurrence 
of something less than predicted; to be frustrated, to fail to 
do a thing intended, as o5d8^cc6j3Q8'Sc(S^|, Ic, 4c, So, 
2c, Im, 3o, 2c, (hej prepared to fight but the effort was 
abortive. 

C^*, So, V. *8(5, 3c, to gasp in the death struggle. 

ya^Sc^, 3o, Ic, Ic, v. the same. 
cS, tide c 

c8, Ic, V. *8o, Ic, to nod through drowsiness; to be of a sad 

countenance, desponding attitude; (K.J 4c, 
jDO, Ic, 5c, v. to hang the head in despondency from some 

disappointment. 

J^, Ic, 2o, V. to hold the head down in close thought. 

-c8, Ic, Ic, adv. to be somewhat lost in thought, absent-minded 
or stupid. 

cooS, Ic, 4o, V. to hang down the head from drowsiness, to 

nod heavily. 

'^'>^, Ic, 4c, V. to nod through drowsiness. 

CO, 3c, n. *88, 3c, bottom, foundation, origin, the opposite of 
c/, lo, the summit; (K. j Ic. 

"I, 3c, Ic, n. the groin. 

ScS, 3c, lo, n. the arm just below the shoulder. 

)^O^S'i^, 3c, lo, lo, Ic, V. to consume the profit and leave 

the capital intact. 

ff"^, 3c, 4c, n. the base of the neck. 

36, 3c, 4o, n. the ruler of a country. 

Sj6, 3c, 4o, n. bottom, origin, foundation; adv. at first. 

c68, 3c, 5c, n. the root of the tongue. 
q^S, 3c, lo, n. the root of a tail. 

cS, 4c, n. 88, 4c, a shadow, shade, oSco, 5c, 4c; lustre, bright- 
ness emitted by a body, cS/woS, 4c, 5c, 2c. 
oS, 4c, Ic, n. a clear lustre. 

coS, 4c, 2c, n. a brilliant lustre. 



148 c 

c8c8cp, 4c, Sm, n. a shimmering of light. 

yoS8886, 4c, 4c, 3o, 4o, v. to emit great lustre, brightness. 
c8cS, 4c, 3m, n. the same as c8c8cS, 4c, 3m. 

cSoScOcS'sS, 4c, 2o, 4c, lo, n. the brightness of sun and 

moon. 

j, 4c, 3o, n. a shadow, shade. 
88, 4c, 3o, n. vid c8coS, 4c, 2c. 

c8, 4c, n. news, used only in composition, as oo'o8ooc8, 2c, 2o, 

2c, 4c, to listen to news. 
c8, 3o, V. *c8, 3c, to be not clever, somewhat incapable in mind 

and show it in action, vide Cj^'>^, 3o; (K. y 4o. 

88, 3o, 3o, V. the same. 

c8, 3o, V. *cO, 3c, to cry as a cat or tiger. 

c8, 3o, V. ( K.) to stretch out or reach out, as the hand after 
anything, vide dS'^c, 4c. 

c8, oo, n. the green viper, C'SSjj'Sj^S, 4c, Im, lo, 3o. 

9S8S, 00, lo, 3o, n. the same. 

c8, 5o, V. *c8, 5c, to bend down, pull down anything as a tree 
top, infreq. vide '>QO, 5o. 

c, Ic, V. *8, Ic, to lay hold of, grasp, clinch as some part of the 
body, vide h, Ic. 

c, 3c, V. "^8, 3c, to bite, bite hard as a dog, "^S, 4o. 

c, 4c, V. *S, 4c, to shade by covering, as large plants overhang- 
ing small ones, ScoSc, 4c, 4c, 4c, 2o; (K.) to incubate. 

6, 5c, V. *c. 5c, to draw in the lips between the teeth. 

o^, 5c, 2o, V. the sam.e. 

c, 2o, V. "^S, 2c, (h B.j to be even, equal, as much as, sufficient 

for any purpose, ample. 
c, 3o. n. *'c. 3c, something branching into two parts, as a tree, 

road; a crotch, fork. 
J35cy, 3o, 2c, 5o. n. the bend at tlie armpit. 

J?>c, 3o, 3o, n. the crease between the buttocks. 

-31, 3o, Ic, n. the division of the b<Mly between the thighs. 

"OVCoob, 3o, 5c, .5c, n. a staff with two or more prongs. 

w', 3o, 5c, n. a crotch in a tree. 

c, lo, V. to be good, excellent, c8, Ic. 



85 lic) 

C|, Ic, V. *8, Ic, to aim, aim at, as with a gun, withoub the de- 
liberation denoted by o8S, 4ra; to intend, design. 

C\, Ic, V. *8, Ic, to hire, used with coS, 3o, >8'>Sco3^C'[, Ic, 
3o, Ic, Ic. 

CjCl, 3c, 3c, adv. with loud bursts of grief, J^Sfi^, 5c, 3c. 

- cc, 3c, 3c, 3c, 3c, adv. the same. 

cp, 4c, n. *c, 4c, the sesaraum plant of whicli there are several 
kinds, CjscSJD, 4c, ^o; Cjsco, 4c, Ic; CJSO'^S', 4c, 4o; 
C^scStS", 4c, 5o. 

c8cp, 4c, lo, n. a cake made of sesamum seed and jaggery. 

qS, 4c, 5o, 71. sesamum and jaggery pounded together. 

C\t, 4c, 71. *C, 4c, an eyetooth, tusk, fang; an extended bodv 
of men, as a long line of troops; a. au.i\ cjjCO.ScoSc]*, 
4c. 4c, Ic, 4c. 

coS, 4c, 5o, n. an elephant's tusk. 

ooS'', 4c, 00, 5c, n. the tusk of a coSoc, oo, 5c. 
co^, 4c, 4c, 71. the entrance into a fish trap. 

o3.S, 4c, 4c, n. a file of troops marching in a long line. 
ci)', 4c, lo, V. to be loquacious, to backbite. 

1^8, 4c, Ic, n. the projecting root of a lily. 

1^, 4c, Ic, n. a boar's tusk. 

ooO'sS, 4c, Ic, Ic, //. the solid tusk of a boar used as a charm. 
^\s^, 4c, 4o, n. {c\ B. j a state of punishment; the infernal 

regions, hell, according to the Buddhist rehgion there are 

eight places of punishment called narakas. 
SoScctS", 4c, 4o, 2o, 3o, n. the eight storeys or divisions 

of hell. 
c, 5c, V. *c, 5c, (^ B.) to endeavor to bring different persons 

to unitedly give money for a religious purpose, cc'^c, 5c, 4c. 
c58,S, 2c, 2c, adv. with a quarrelsome sound, as dogs. 
8^85, 4c, 4c, adv. with a distressed sound, as a sick dog. 

C.8g5, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

8>S, 3o, v. *C.S, 3o, to project as the middle of the body when 

bending backwards or anything warped at tlie sides; to 

bend to one side* as 85g'Y 3o, 4c: to turn up at the sides 

or edges, to tuni back, warp, i kle cpJ5. 3o. 



150 Scg 

8B^o5, 3o, 5o, V. to turn up, be crooked. 

oocp, 3o, 4o, V. to look by bending the head to one side. 

3S, 3o, 3c, u. to turn up and back. 

j8, 3o, lo, V. to bend backward. 

2Sc8S, 3o, 3o, n. (ccScQcS B.) cuttle bone, the dorsal plate of 

the cuttle fish. 
CO, 4o, V. *cS, 4c, to avoid, shun as a stone thrown, generally 

with the idea of quick movement. 

-P, 4o, 4o, V. to change from one set of tones to another in the 

rhymes of a line in a poetical book; to be crooked in 
speech; to say one thing one minute and another the next; 
to avoid unwelcome speech; to change the subject in a 
dispute. 

88, 4o, 5o, V. the same as 8.S, 4o. 

ooS, 4o, 4o, V. to leave a road, as when one leaves the road he 

is travelling to take a by-path or to cut across a field. 
cS, 4c, V. ' (8i^< B. ) to become calm, quiet, as after a quarrel, 

used with dScp, Im, 
c8. 3m, n. "^cS, 3o, a fin of a fish; the barb of a fishhook. 

oi, 3m, Ic, n. a fin. 

8o5, 3m, 4m, n. the barb of a fishhook. 

y, 3m, 5c, n. the wooden barb of an arrow. 
8o5, 3m, 4m, n. vide cS8oS, 3m, 4m. 

86, 3m, n. a word, used only with <SX>^, 3c, as ^,Q^S'S)^JSg 

8S, 2c, 2c, 3c, 2c, 3m. 
88, 3o, V. *c8, 3o, to be very reduced in size, vide cp5, 3o, used 

only in ,8^8, 3o, 3o, 
88, 3o, n. (K.) the loins, waist, small of the back, vide y8, lo. 
88. 3o, v. to be listless,' hard to arouse, used with c8, Ic. 
88, 4o, V. c5, 4o, to incline one side, bend one side, as the 

head, ^8, 4o. 
8cp, lo, V. c^, lo, to look up to, depend upon, also cpcp> 

lo. 

^>S^^, lo, Ic, 3o, V. to look up to others longingly with 

desire, as a child when others are eating, used mostly of 
children, vide ^cSB^SS-sS, lo, Ic, 3o. 



S-jS 151 

8cp, 3o, V. *C'>S, 3o. to open partly as a bud, to open, vide S, 3c. 
588cSdoS, 80, 8m, 80, 4c, i/. to open the lips but keep tlie 

teeth closed. 
Sep, 4)0, V. *C'>S, 4<o, to squeeze, compress, clinch, throttle. 

co^, 4o, 4c, V, to clinch the throat, throttle. 

8cp, 4o, V, (^ggSiB. ) to hurt, injure, oppress, distress. 

-cdS, 4o, 4o, V. ( ^ B.) to hurt, injure. 

8c^8cp, 4o, 4o, adv. exceedingly, applied to cold, /)oS8c8cp, 

4c, 4o, 4o. 
coS, 60. V. to grasp the throat, throttle. 

w, 00, 3c, V. to deprive of food, xnde "O^. Ic. 
c'3C'8'>S, Ic, Ic, adv. meaningly, vide c^Sc^S, Ic, Ic. 

c^-c^S, 4c, 4c, adv. exceedingly, applied to cold, joo58^8^, 

4c, 4c, 4c. 
8^, 4c, V. *C'3S, 4c, to hear, a^ 8'>S"s>8, 4c, 2o, 8'>8 i, ooS, 4c, 

5c, 4o, to hear the news, to be informed, vide o8w, 4c. 
OoSooqj 4c, Im, 3c, Ic, v. to hear a noise of any kind. 

*i^5ll" ^^' ^^' ^^' ^* ^ ^^ informed; to hear the news, 8'aS^o5. 

4c, 3c. 
O-accooS, 4c, 3o, 3o, jy. to be informed, receive information, 

intelligence, 
8^, 4c, V. i. to feel, to experience, to be affected by, (derived 

perhaps from, 8^S, 4c, to hear), used in composition, as. 

8'>Sj^, 4c, Ic, to feel afraid; 8'Sjdo5, 4c, 4c, to feel cold; 

8w^4c, 3c, to feel warm. 
"Scpwn, 4c, 4o, 4c, V. to feel better, as when ill. 

coS, 4c, 4c, V. to have hatred towards another. 
COQ^, 4c, 3o, V. to be disgusted with. 

c888'>Sc^, 4c, 4o, 4c, 4o, v. to feel happy. 

O-aS, 4c, Im, V. the same as 8'>S, 4c. 

ooS, 4c, lo, i;. to be melted with sympathy, have grief for 

others. 
9S89?cO'>?, 4c, 2o, 4c, So, V. vide 8'>Sco^, 4c, 3o. 
qB, 4c, 5c, v. to have love for another. 

i3QjD8'Sy3Q^, 4c, 4o, 4c, lo, v. to have a feeling of shame. 
m^Q'^f 4c, lo, Im, v. to smell a bad odor. 



152 c^S 

8>S/3o'e^, 4c, lo, Ic, V. to smell a sweet scent. 

86*, 3c, V. *cS, 3c, to compress between two, as a pair of tongs, 

^^5, 3c, c^S, 3o. 
8^, 4k), v. to bend backwards and upwards, as the horns of some 

buffaloes, sometimes 5o. 

'>^5 4o, 4o, n. an extension of the roof for covering firewood, 

the paddy bin, &c. 
8(S, 4o, V. *C(S', 4o, to catch, seize as a tiger its prey; to grasp, 

as a fish in shallow water, sometimes 5o. 
86", 5o, n. *c6', 5o, the side of the head, the temple, cSS^S, 3c, 5o. 
8cS, vide C. 
83, lo, V. ''co, Ic, to fear, as a person alone; to have a drea<i 

of something, to be timid, less than jp8, Ic; (K.) 4o. 
/p^, lo, 4o, V. to be desolate, far from human habitation. 
8888, ;5o, 3o, adv. a long time, used with 8^, Im, as B-^^odSS 

8o, Im, 2c, 3o, 3o, ill a long time; faintly, indistinctly, with 

ODoS, 3o, to speak faintly as a person weak from sickness, 

c^8888, 4c, 3o, 3o. 
88, 4o, /(. 83, 4c, a small shrimp. 
8o8o, 4o, 4o, adv. the same as 8888, 3o, 3o. 
8g585, Ic, 2c, 3o, v. (Cis.) to tickle, vide c8o5, 4c. 
8, 2c, v. *C\, 2c, Cg B. ) to be even, equal; to accord, act in 

concert; to fit snugly, tightly, vide cS, 2c, 88, 4m. 
c8o5, 2c, 5o, adv. evenly side by side, parallel. 
cccp, 4c, 4o, V. to be confused in sound, as when manv persons 

are talking loudly at the same time, vide CoJ3co', 5c, 3c. 
cS, 4c, 4o, V. the same. 
GO, 4c, Ti. ch, 4c, that which is so bent as to have a projection, 

8>8qJDo', Im, 4c, 5c, as a gun, cJ3^S, 4c, 3c, a gunstock. 
cJBciS, 4c, 4c, adv. in a sinuous manner as a snake crawls, or a 

fish glides through the water; reelingly, 
cSc~8, 4c, 4c. adv. noddingly, as c8c-8c,Sjlc, 4c, 4c, to nod 

heavily. 
c5cS, lo, lo, adv. vide ypScS, lo, lo. 
c6, 2o, V. to bend around, be crooked; more freq. jdS, 2o. 

51^!?'^' ^^' ^*^' '^^' " ^^^ arch of the rainbow. 



cS, 3o, V. to be tall and slender, vide uSS, lo. 

c^ScS, 3o, 3o, adtJ. intensive, as0^8(^c8, Ic, 3o, So. very high. 

<^, 4o, w. *c8, 4o, a sprout from a seed; a proboscis. 

"8, 4o, 3c, 71. the sprouts of grain. 

jlpoS, 4o, 3c, Ic, n. the projecting end of the nose. 

coS, 4o, 5o, 71. proboscis of an elephant. 

OO-ac, 4o, lo, n. the large sprout from the seed of the palm 

tree, containing both the embryo root and tree. 

Jcpy^cS, 4o, 2o, Ic, n. the sprouts of the cotton seed, an 

article of food. 

<^<j8, 4o, 4o, adv. very loudly, noisily, said either of the shout 
of a man , the wailing of a dog or the trumpeting of an ele- 
phant. 

(jcp, Ic, V. to call out, make a noise, as a dog. 

<^cp, 5c, V. vide ^c^, 5c. 

ccp, 4o, w. to be crooked, to zigzag as the stem of a vine or branch. 

C^c8, 4)0, V. to wrench oiF as the top of a plant that is old and 
tough. 

c^oS, 5c, V. to grow rapidly as young plants, vide c5oo5/3g^, 4c ^ 
2c, (C. S.). 

c^oo, 3o, V. vide 5o. 

<^o5, 5o, V. *coS, 5o, to be bent crooked; n. curves in the 
different degrees of elevation on a mountain slope. 

CO*, 5o, Ic, n. the same as 2nd def. 

coS, Ic, V. to howl, as a dog. 

c^c^S, Ic, Ic, adv. moaningly, vide cs^caS, Ic, Ic. 

C9C, 4c, n. the abrupt end of anything as a tuberous root; the end 
of the spinal column in man, coSud-^S, 4c, 3o;the root of the 
tail in animals; a precipice. 

y8, 4c, lo, n. the root of a tail. 

caS, 5o, n. *C'S, 5o, poison (that which may be swallowed). 

cS, %c, V. *cS, 2c, to lean forward as in falling; to be bent or 
partially broken but not severed, as a lot of rice plants pros- 
trated by the wind, referring to the depression made in the 
rice field; to have a dent or concavity; to be emaciated from 
age or disease, also 2o, vide oS, 2c. 
20 



154 <;^-88ySc8S 

cSooJ^ , 2c, 4o, r, to lose one's balance, fall forward and down eis 

a child down stairs; to bend over as a broken branch; to 

droop as the horns of a bullock that hang down. 
ajoS, 2c, 4c, V. to fall Eisleep with the head bent forward. 
Cj(S, 4c, V. to fall down, collapse as an old or improperly madebuild- 

ing. 
Co, 5o, V. *cS, 5o, to cover as one dish with another; to pros- 
trate one's self, as in au effort to escape danger, c<S 006*08^, 

5o, 4c, Ic. 
cS, vide c. 
c5, 2c, V. to pick up all the fingers can gather with the back of 

the hand upward, unlike oS, 6c. 

j3q8, 2c, Ic, V. the same. 

qS, 4c, n. *C\, 4c, an ox or cow, vide 08, 4c. 

c8, 5c, n. a name given to the 5th son, as /'c8, 3o, 5c. It is 

common to the Northern S. S. to call sons from 1st to 5th 

resj>ectively as follows: yao", 3o, c8, 3c, 00, lo, 00% 2c, 

<^8, 5c. 
cc, 3c, 3c, adv. with a groaning or snarling noise in eating as a 

bear, used with c?, 4c. 
c, 4c, V. *c, 4c, to feel, feel of with the hand or hands bent in 

a cup shape; to feel after as for fish in the water, a^o 4o. 
c, 4c, t'. to screen as an overhanging tree, vide c, 4c, Co5cc, 

5c, 4c, 4c. 
c, 5c, V. *c, 5c, to be fallen in as the lips over toothless jaws, as 

S85^c, 3m, 3o, 5c, 5c. 
c, 3o, V. *c, 3o, to hold the head down, to stoop, to curve head 

and body. 
c. 4o, V. vide c, 4c. 
c, 4o, (6) V. (K. and C. S.) to grope with the hands as a blind 

person, vide 008, 4o. 
c, 4c, n. *C|, 4c, a snake, serpent; (K. and C. S. 6th tonej. 

''sSoS, 4c, 2c, 3c, w. the yellow belted Bungarus, 

~S8, 4c, Im, n. a common green snake. 

'S8j^Sc8S, 4c, Im, lo, lo, n. the green viper, also cSS^^SyS, 

4c, Im, lo, 3o. 



c' 156 

^SSj^S^^S, 4c, Im, lo, So, n. the same, vide c8(p^S. 5o, lo, 3o. 

c-oY^^j ^^> ^c, lo, n. a harmless red-necked snake. 

-gaS^, 4c, 6c, Sc, n. a kind of whip snake. 

cxp6j3o, 4c, lo, lo, n. a large deadly serpent which exists in 

the Shan States, said to live in trees. 

c88, 4c, 4c, n. the blind worm. 

00], 4c, Ic, n. a large brownish venomous snake. 

oSoS, 4c, Ic, n. the rat snake. 

OO'jdS, 4c, lo, 2o, n. a long slender and somewhat venomous 

striped snake, the buff striped tripodonotic^. 

oo'oS-aS, 4c, lo, 3c, n, the same. 

c88, 4c, 4c, n. a viper. 

-ac, 4c, 5c, n. a water snake. 

cSdoS"^^', 4c, 5c, 5c, n. the sam as Q^g'^^-^, 4c, 5c, 3c. 

oo', 4c, 4c, n. the fiery serpent. 

CO 5, 4c, lo, n. the python, a boa constrictor. 

c8^6yaQ^, 4c, lo, 3c, n. a small kind of python. 

yo, 4c, 2c, n. the cobra. 

c^Sjd^, 4c, ^, 2o, n. the hamadryad. 

q^8o^, 4c, 2c, 2o, n, a kind of cobra. 

q^8o5, 4c, 2c, Ic, n. the black cobra. 

5^8^, 4c, 2c, 3c, n. the same as Q{r8'S, 4c, 2c. 2o. 

^8^, 4c, 3o, 5c, n. a kind of water snake, harmless. 

c6, 3c, V. *C\, 3c, to be not level, i. e. one side higher than the 

other, to have one side depressed lower than the other, as a 

boat in the water, also ^, 3c. 
cS, 3c, r. to be emaciated, run down as a child from long contin- 
ued illness. 
c, 3o, V. *C'[, 3c, to be tame, civilized, cultivated, oScp, 2m. 
c8c, 4o, 4o, adv. an imitative sound, as of a child crying, <j"'cSc5, 

3c, 4o, 4o, c?c8cS, 4c, 4o, 4o. 
c8, 5o, V. ^Laos) to do, ^o5, 4m. 
c8co<9, 5o, 3o, V. to be envious of, (b). 
c', 3c, V. to be refused permission to do; to be left, ,^o5oo5, 4c, 

So; to be disappointed, 
c', lo, V. *8, Ic, to place the bottom downwards; to set in its 



156 ^oS 

proper posture, as a cup which has been overturned, -ac-jSc', 

4c, lo, to lie' on the back. 
C*c', ^o, 2o, adv. used with 8^, Im, to smell somewhat offensively, 

not so strong as /3Q/c&, 4c, 4c, but-more than o88, lo. 
c', 3o, V. *c, 3c, to be easy. 
c, 3o, 3o, V. the same, 
c^ , 4o, V. *c, 4c, to be like, similar. 

c', 4o, (^6) n. (K.) a measure, allotment, portion, vide ooi , 2c. 
c'', 4o, n. (Laos) morning rice, o8'g, 3c, Ic, o^C*, 4o, 4o, after 

the time of eating morning rice, 
scj, 5c, V. *c, 5c, to sink down from weakness, be unable to 

walk. 
^36, ^5c, 5o, V. the same. 

^oo'', 5c, lo, t;. to sink down and die; to collapse. 
2c9, 3c, V. same as c', 3c, to want to do and not get permission. 
cc9, 4c, V. *C\, 4c, to be wrinkled, drawn up as the dried skin 

of a buffalo; to be curled as the hair; to be sullen. 
"8^, 4c, 4c, V. to draw up, curl up, eis leather when put into 

fire. 
'^S, 4c, V. *cS, 4c, to be not clever, dull, difficult of apprehen- 
sion. 
cS, 4c, 4c, V. the same, also 5c, 5c. 
8.Sc.S, 4c, 4c, V. to shake or roll from side to side as a boulder 

slightly moving when pushed; to nod when drowsy, znde c-S 

cB, 4c, 4c, and cScS, 4c, 4c. 
8Jdc^, 4c, 4c, adv. used of things hard to handle because of too 

great size or weight, as oo^S^c^, 5c, 4c, 4c, to lift with 

difficulty. 
^S, 3o, 71. *c, 3o, an alligator, crocodile. 
^8, 4o, V. *cS, 4o, V. t. to bend one side; v. i. to be bent, to 

incline, BS, 4o. 
;S, 5o, V. cS, 5o, to avoid, to shun, vide c-o, 4o. 
c8, 5o, 3o, V. to go and keep out of the way. 
8o5, 3c, V. to threaten, daunt, with OD^, 2c. 
^o5, ,3c, V. *co5, 3c, to crush with a grinding motion. -less than 

^o5. -ic. 



^9Sj;S^Bc^ 157 

8o5, 4c, V. vide SoS^^c. 

8S, 2c, V. to have prominent teeth as S38'>S, 3m, 3c, also ^Q^, 

3c. 
8S, 4c. n. *C9S. 4c, silver. 

v8^, 4c, 4o, n. counterfeit money. 

J38, 4c, ^c, n. a kind of silver, very pure. 

'o, 4c, 4o, n. money belonging to spirits which if a person takes 

it is said he will itch badly. 

co', 4c, 2o, n. money for personal expenses, spending money. 

co', 4c, 3c, n. money subscribed or given. 

SCJO, 4c, Ic, n. a forfeit, fine. 

c8S, 4c, 2o, 71. ^8S B.) a very pure kind of silver. 

oo8, 4c, 4c, n. interest on money loaned or deposited, "SysgSg^ 

op8,3c, 2c, 2c, 4c. 

SOO?, 4c, 2c, n. money raised by direct taxation. 

'ciO'>S, 4c, 3c, 3o, n. a tax imposed on a whole village 

collectively. 

c^', 4c, Ic, n. silver in lumps or nuggets as formerly used in 

the Shan States. 
, 4c, 5c, n. money loaned without interest. 

C^, 4c, 2c, n. pure silver. 

S, 4c, Ic, n. silver in shallow cakes as it comes from tlie ore in 

which the silver is generally mixed with much lead. 
300^. 4c, 2c, n. a forfeit, a fine. 

soD^S-^SccS, 4c, 2c, 4c, Ic, n. the same. 

co', 4c, 3c, n. small silver coins, change. 

CO 8, 4c, 5o, 71. the best silver in cakes. 

CO, 4c, Ic, n. an alloy of a great deal of copper with a small 
amount of silver. 

CO, 4c, 2c, n. money given as an offering. 

QO^, 4c, 2c, 71. the same as ^9Sc9, 4c, 2c. 

/wsS, 4c, 4o, n. (oSf B.) change, money paid back as a 

balance. 
j;8^.8|, 4c, 5o, 5c, 5c, n. the silver of alchemy. Silver, accord- 
ing to a popular fancy, may be made by fusing various 



158 gS 

metals. The secret however has not yet been discovered, 

though the attempt is frequently made. 
S-jS, 4c, v. to stretch forth, as the neck. 

c-o'T, 4c, 4c, V. the same. 

^aS^S, lo, 2o, adv. very, with cx^S, Ic, as o^S^^^iB, Ic, lo, 2o, 

to be very tall, applied to men, 
S'^S, 3o, n. *C'S, 2o, the ends or tags of anything as of a string 

after tying a knot, traces, vestiges; race, descent, used with 

^S, 4o. 
8S, 4c, V. *cS, 4c, to overhang as a rock, tree or bank; n. the 

space beneath an overhanging rock, &c., also 5c, and 2o. 
8(S, 4c, V. A be inefficient, as j^'>Sc^'>c^86''>c|, 4o, 5c, 5c, 4c, 

2c, that coolie is good for nothing. 
8;S8S, 2o, 4o, 71. an extension of a roof, longer than StS^-jS, 

4o, 4o. 
8<S, 5o, V. *c, 5o, to overhang and shade, also 4c, and 5c. 
ODicocS, 5o, Ic, 4o, V. to scowl or to stare and glare down- 
wards so that the brow projects. 
cS, 3o, a. *C\, 3c, not clever in mind, somewhat incapable. 
c, 3o, 5c, a. the savie, ^88^8c, 3o, 3c, 3o, 5c. 

o6q8, 3o, 3o, Ic, a. exceedingly stupid. 

c8, 3o, Ic, a. dejected, having a downcast countenance. 

c8, 3o, 3o; sS-jc, 3o, 3c i. the same as ^8, 3o. 

C, 5c, V. *C, 5c, to call, cry as a buffalo, also C, 5c. 

C.S, 3c, V. *cS, 3c, to raise the head as a serpent or a man from 

sleep. 
8^opcS, 3c, 3o, 4o, V. to look by raising the head. 
o^g^"[8, 3c, Ic, 3c, 4c, V. to look from one side to another. 
cB, 4c, V. *C, 4c, to bend; n. a bend, a joint. 
8^, 4c, 4o, V. to rock, sway back and forth as the head; to 

toss about as a boat; to be wavy as in stripes. 
o^B, 4c, 2c, n. the elbow. 

', 4c, 5c, n. the bend in the branches and twigs of trees. 

C.S, 5c, V. *cB, 5c, to be crooked, not straight, a>i a curved line; 

rv. a crook or curve. 
cS, 4c, n. a gardener's trowel, cco^c8, 4c, 4c. 



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igS, 6c, n. a sprout of a seed, before showing the leaf, vide c8, 4o. 

9^, Ic, V. to howl, as a dog. 

gw, Ic, n. a ridge of earth, a mound, vrtfreq. vide cd-^, Ic. 

c-^Sg^, Ic, Ic, adv. moaningly, vide c8c8, Ic, Ic. 

g8, 8c, n. a mountain peak. 

goS, 8c, n. vide g^S, 5c. 

g^, 8c, n. (K. and C.S.) an island, vide ^^, Ic. 

g^Sgoc, 4c, 4c, flwia?. exceedingly, applied to cold, as jOoSg-aScw, 

4c, 4c, 4c. 
g^S, 5c, n. *C9?, 5c, the end of a thing which terminates abruptly, 

sometimes 3c. 
c-o^, 5c, 4c, n. the place on the neck where the hair of the 

head begins. 
oo', 5c, Ic, n. the end of the plough handle to which the share 

is fastened, irifreq. 8c, (b.). 

c^y 5c, Ic, n. the end of a mountain range. 

g^, 8c, V. *cS, 3c, to exert one's self diligently to do early, as 

tt^gcSwlJcScoS, 4c, 3c, 4c, Im, 5c, to exert one's self from 

the earliest moment to do a thing, 
g^*, 4c, V. vide ^'^C^, 4o, 4c. . 
cS, 4c, V. to crouch having head and shoulders covered as with a 

blanket, 'cog(S, Ic, 2c, 4c. 
cS, 6c, V. to cover as food in a vessel, 
c*, Ic, V. to desire to have something another person has, "g', Ic. 

B^, Ic, Ic, V. to pilfer and eat. 

/8, Ic, Ic, V. to pilfer little by little. 

g', 4c, n. a small kettle with a spout and handle. 

ocoSS, 4c, 5c, 8m, n. a tea pot. 

g', 4c, V. *c', 4c, to look at slyly, to pry into. 

00 5, 4c, 4o, V. to reconnoitre. 

o^<^) 4c, 4o; ;CO, 4c, Ic, v. the same. 

6, Ic, V. c, Ic, to crouch as from fear of being seen, tQ^i Ic, 4c. 

gg', Ic, 3c, V. to covet what one sees another person enjoying. 

g, 2c, V. *c, 2c, to be bent as the back, vide cS, 2o. 

^, 4c, V. *c, 4c, to sit as a fowl, to incubate; to be bent, as the 

back. 



160 CO 

6, 5c, V. *c, 5c, to bend towards each other as two branches of 

a tree; to be bent or drawn inwards. 
8, 3c, n. *8, 3c, sediment, mud or mire, as in the bed or on 

the bank of a river; to be closed in with dense cloud or 

fog, cSoS, 5c, 3c, vide ooooS, 5c, 4c, 
S, 4c, V. *c, 4c, to be extinguished; to be appeased, quieted ,^ 

settled, vide c^, 4c. 

c6, 4c, Ic, V. to be quiet, happy. 

c^Sc^, 4c, Ic, 4c, 4c, V. the same. 

C, lo, V. *8, Ic, to take and eat small quantities at the expense of 

another from whatever motive; to pick and eat when there is 

only a small quantity for several persons, 

R'3^ , lo, Ic, V. the same. 

S, lo, V. to nip, as a dog, less than '^S, 4o. 

c, 3o, V. *S, 3c, to be divided into two, separated into prongs; 

to compress into two; n. a crotch, division into two. 
/938B6'/aQ8, 3o, Ic, 3c, Ic, V. to take by means of pincers 

or anything which compresses between two parts. 
S, 5o, V. *6, 5c, to project as the chin of an old person who has 

lost his teeth. 

00, 

The fourth letter of the Shan Alphabet and the first Consonant 
in the class of palatals. 

CO, 5c, n. a company, a collection of the same kind, used of 
men, animals and things, cxjcpccjcsS, 5c, Ic, 5c, 5c, ^'>S 
S'^ccoS'^co, 4o, Tm, 5c, Im, 5c, som^^iwe* used for c88, 
4o, as a plural sign, as -sScoaoS, Ic, 5c, 5c, for "aScSS-scoS, 
Ic, 4o, 5c, cooo'^c', 5c, Ic, 5c, for ooc^8'>c', Ic, 4o, 5c. 

CO, 5c, V. *c8, 5c, to begin, be fii-st. 

- CO, 5c, Im, V. part, from the beginning of. 

-yoS, 5c, 4m, V. to begin, be first to do. 

-/sgbco, 5c, Ic, Im, v. part, the same as ooc, 5c, Im. 

CO, 5c, V. *c8, 5c, to be bad (b.); to be bad in health, (used 
only in the negati^ve, yaoco, 2c, 5c. to be well); to be badii i 
disposition; to b- angry. 



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coc6o5, 5c, 3m, v. to be of a bad disposition; to be angry. 

CO, 5c, V. *c8, 5c, to place together so as to liave the sides touch 
whether in upright or horizontal position; to cover tempo- 
rarily, as in the effort to protect from rain, ooaS, 5c. 

cx)"s8, 5c, 3c, n. a kind of grass producing heads like the rice 
plant, but destitute of any real grain, vide s8cS8, 3c, Ic. 

co^jDCOoS, 3c, 5c, 3o, n. (od^COoS P.) woolen cloth; broad- 
cloth. 

co,/g, 3c, 5c, n. vide co^/gjl, 3c, 4c, af^so 3o, 4c. 

oo58, 3c, 5c, 5c, 4c, 4c, n. vide coS/^^^t, 3c, 4c. 

ocoj, 3c, 5c, 5c, 2c, w. (^mogD P.) a world system that 

comprises celestial, terrestrial, and infernal regions which 
surround a central Myenmo Mountain; a universe. 

co^.n]|8, 3c, 4c, n. the Sekkya prince, the prince of a world system. 

co^coi , 3c, 2c, also 3o, 2c, n. a long, triangular, paper flag, /)^ 
cc8, 4c, 3c. 

co^, 4c, adv. *c, 4c, well, always combined with cp^, 5c, as <j| 
co^, 5c, 4c, to know well. 

CO.S, 4c, v. *cQS, 4c, to divide lengthwise, to split. 

ooS, 4c, 2c, v. to split bamboo into thin splits or withes. 

cS'^S, 4c, 4c, v. to split wood. 

co', 4c, 3c, v. to split into small pieces. 

ccS/JoSoc, 4c, 4o, 5c, n. the praying mantis, SSjD'SCoc, 4o, 4o, 5c. 

co5'o'''>C|g, 4c, 2c, 4c, n. a field cricket. 

co,Sc'0|, 4c, 5c, n. a kind of cricket, SScg-^S, 4o, 4c. 

ccScO], 4c, 3c, n. the cicada. 

co,Soo5ccx)^cco^, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. with a pleasant sound, 
cooS, 3o. 

co^cO'jSco^coi^, 4c, 2c, 4c, 3c, n. the same as co^co|, 4c, 
3c, (b.). 

co.SccSSSoo'', 4c, lo, 4o, 4c, n. a small cicada. 

co^CQCp, 4c, lo, n. a grasshopper. 

cx)^^o5co>oc8cS, 4c, 2c, 4c, lo, ii. the same. 

coS^S, 4c, 4m, n. a tick, also cg^^ 9, 4c, 4m. 

co^, 5c, V. *c8.S, 5c, to pull by jerks, to jerk. 

^oS, 5c, 3c, V. to snatch and run. 
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162 coS^S 

00^086, 5c, 3o, V. to jerk, to twitch, snatch away. 

CO.S, 2o, 71. *c8^, 2c, chips, co^, 2c. 

CO.8, 2o, n. the space that surrounds a place; water left over 
after supplying a rice field, coS^'iS, 2o, 3o. 

cOiS"^, 2o, 2o, adv. intensive, used with coS^S, 2o, 2o. 

co^, 3o, n. *CoS, 3c, (ecS B.j a wheel, an^i;hing turning- on an 
axis; a thunderbolt, coS^-sS, 3o, lo; a kind of charm 
made circular and buried in the flesh; a target. 

cSoicSaScoSI^IS, 3o, 2c, Ic, 3c, 4c, n. the so-called footprint 

of Gaudama. 

c, 3o, Ic, n. a fabulous celestial weapon. 

6d', 3o, 4c, n. a wheel rocket. 

c'>^oocj|i, 3o, 4o, 5c, 4c, n. fF.) a machine, an engine. 

dS8, 3o, 4c, n. a circle set up for a marksman, a target. 

S||o8, 3o, 2c, 2c, n. (opdSeoSP.) the Zodiac. 

CO.S, 3o, V. to dig out, clear away as weeds and bushes, cO'>c, 5c. 

co^'o, 3o, 5c, 71. (&OD\ P.) the eye, sometimes c8.S, 5o, (b.j. 

co^co'[, 3o, 2c, n. vide ccSooj, 3c, 2c. 

COiSoD^, 3o, 3o, V. to be close, niggardly, infreq. 

cocjd'J'oojd, 5c, 2c, 5c, 5c, a, (ecojoeoo B.) not fit for either 
this or that, incomplete, sometimes cosjd^coo, 5c, 4c, 5c, 5c, 
jDoScooS, 3o, 3o. 

C08, 2c, V. part, denoting the present time; with ooS, 5c, denotes 
something now completely past; sometimes only, even. 

00, 2c, 5c, adv. beginning now. 

co<?i^, 2c, 5c, Ic, adv. the same. 

ac', 2c, 5c, adv. now, a prefix beginning a sentence, without 
special meaning. 

O]^, 2c, 3c, int. expressing assent, also uncertaint}', as, to the ques- 
tion 8o5ao>S.OQ|g, 4m, Ic, 4c, 2c, 4c, one might reply 
ooSoi, 2c, 3c, or .Sc^oo, 4o, 4c, I do not know, 1 would 
like to know; I wonder why. 

ri, 2c, Ic, adv. the same as ooScoci, 2c, 5c, Ic. 

T**^* 2c, 3c, adv. now, immediately. 

coS'oS, 2c, 2c, adv. the darkest shade, used with c85, lo, to be 
red. 



co6 163 

coScoS, 2c, 2c, adv. with a murmuring confused soubkI, as of a 

crowd of people, cw], 4c. 
co, 3c, V. *c8S, 3c, to weigh. 
<^B, 3c, 3o, f . to weigh goods in lar^ quantities. 

"^vS, 3c, 4o, r;. to make equal in weight, counterpoise. 

y8, 3c, 3c, V, to weigh. 

ooS, 4c, V. *c8S, 4c, to hate. 

cx>8, 4c, lo, t;. to hate intensely. 

co^S, 4c, 3o; 88, 4c, So, v. the same. 

co(p6, 4c, 4c, adv. vide co5(p8, 4o, 4o. 

co, lo, V. *c8S, Ic, to become weakened, as flavor, to be insipid; 

to lose one's liking for another. 
c8o5.8oS, lo, 4o, 4o, v. the same. 

ccoc5, lo, 5o, 5o, V. to be insipid, tasteless, as damaged salt. 
ccoicjDi^, lo, 5c,5c; cgo5-go5, lo, 4c, 4c; c^^, lo, 5o, 

5o, v> the same. 
coS, 2o, V. *c85, 2c, to be cleared from dirt, to be pure, clear, 

cloudless, 
coS, So, V. to be able to do, can, denoting natural ability; to be 

accustomed to, skilled in. 

^coSoo', 3o,4o,3o,3c, v. to be skilled in speech. 

6, 3o, 4c, n. a jeweller, goldsmith. 

-5cS, 3o,2m, n. a workman who beats metals into form. 

c8'ScoS88, 3o,lc,3o, 4c, n. a man skilled in various things. 

8^o5, 3o, Im, 5o, adv. certainly, unquestionably. 

cBS, 3o, 4m, n. a blacksmith. 

coS, 3o, V. *c8S, 3c, to hire; j^ScoS,4o, 3o, a hired man, c], 

Ic; (K.) lo. 
cx)8, 4o, n. *c8, 4c, (opoSi P.) a Buddhist priest proficient in 

the five requisite qualifications, but inferior in rank to a 

co8^S, 3c, Ic. 
cob, 4o, n. (K.) a high raised frame, stage, scaffold, vide CoS, 4o. 
co, 4o, V. to rewash, wash again with clean water. 
Co8<p, 4o,4o, adv. exceedingly bright, applied to red, as c8S 

coS(p8, lo, 4o. 4o, 
co, 5o, n *c8 S, 5c J an elephant. 



164 oooS 

coScSiB, 5o,2o, n. a white elephant. 

'0<^y 5o, 3o, 11. an insect which infests the core of the plantain- 
tree. 

C^^coS, 5o, 4c, Im, n. an elephant with only one tusk. 

Clo', 5o,4c,lo, n. an elephant with small tusks. 

c, 5o, 2c, n. a small green beetle, so called from the resem- 
blance of its mouth to that of an elephant. 

o6'o, 5o, Ic, 3c, n. an elephant which swings its trunk restlessly. 

soS, 5o, 2o, n. an elephant with only one tusk. 

^^ 5o, 4c, n. a full-grown elephant without tusks. 

, 5o, 5c, n. an aquatic animal the wound of whose tusk is 
said to be fatal to an elephant. 

-o', 5o, 4o, n. a decoy elephant. 

so9, 5o, 3c, n. a male elephant. 

s^, 5o, 3o, n. a female elephant. 

ccSsw^o', oo, 3o, Ic, 4o, n. a female elephant employed to bring 

in wild ones, a decoy elephant. 

cooSool, 3c, 2c, n. (^o>030D P.) the time and circumstances of 
one's birth. 

c6'oo'[, 3c, 2c, 2c, 2c, n. ( coooD P.) vide oooSooi^, ^^' ^^ 

cooS, 4c, V. *c8o5, 4c, to number, estimate, calculate. 

cooS, 5c, V, *c8o5, 5c, to be slightly cracked as a vessel though 
not enough to prevent its use, less than c8^, 2o. 

coo5, 2o, V. *c8o5, 2c, to scatter, throw about, to sow seed. 

3o5, 2o, 3o, V. to scatter abroad, to throw away. 

28, 2o, lo, V, the same. 

oooS-s', 2o, 4o, 7t. the hog deer. 

cooS, 3o, n. *c8o5, 3c, ToooS, B.^ a state of existence of which 
there are three; (K.j 5c. 

jO'>So'>Sco5, 3o, 2c, 4c, Ic, n. the previous state of existence. 

>c'[, 3o, 3c, 71. the future state. 

'>c'[o^co'>S, 3o,3c,lo, 4c, n. the same. 

.oQ'^ScSw, 3o, 2c, 5c, 5c, n. (oo^^w P-) the last age or state 
of existence. 

cooS, 3o, n. *c8o5, 3c, ^^oooS B.) race, caste; an account of one 
of the different existences of Buddha. There are 550 zats giving 



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accounts of different existences of Gaudama, of which ten are 

more celebrated than the rest; a dramatic exhibition. 
COoS, 3o, n. a picture representing a story as in cScooS, 3o, 3o, 

to draw a picture, also cooi, 5c, 2c, (b.). 
cooo5cx3, 5c, 5c, 5c, a. (o?83 P.) the fourth. 
coooC3p, 5c, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. (oo<^ P.) four articles which a priest 

is permitted to eat after noon, viz., oil, honey, molasses and 

butter. 
COOpOfj^l^ScS, 5c, 5c, 5c, 2c, 3m, n. ( op CO D|S^ P.) the first nat 

country situated around the lower part of the Myenmo 

Mountain, 
cocoo^c^, 5c, 2c, 4<o, n. ^ocoo5(^8 B.) a king's cook, a/.yo 

coo^c^, 2c, 4o. 
co^, Ic, V. *co>S, Ic, to pull, draw. 

cfioo, Ic, 5c, V. the same. 

oo'^oo'[, 2c, 2c, n. (oci^o B.) coral. 

cx)'>Soo|, 2c, 2c, n. (o P.) the moon, c^>S, lo. 

coS, 4c, a. *c8S, 4c, steep, precipitious, perpendicular, c^' 

co^, Ic, 4c. 
C0'>$, 4c, a. fixed, staring, as the eyes of the dead (b.). 
oo^S^, 4c, 4c, n. (&<^ B.) a tree with a fragrant wood, (v.o\, 

sandal wood) found in the Shan States of which there are 

two varieties, cO'5SijcoS,4c,4c,lo, and oo^jjjag'jS, 4c,4c,2c. 

"OoS, 4c, 4c, 5c, 2o, n. a fabulous wood. 

co^, 5c, n. *c8'>S, 5c, a layer; a division of the universe, as 

nigban, the nat countries; a place or location, as co'jSqjcS, 

5c, 3o, a deep valley; a. aux. applied to things in layers, 

as cooO'S, Ic, 5c, two layers. 
" "^Sjd8, 5c, 4o, lo, n. the heavens as a division of the universe. 

cbjDSyS, 5c, 5c, lo, lo; cSooo-jSg^, 5c, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. the same. 

cooc, 5c, V. *c8'c, 5c, to have a callous or very sore place on the 

foot caused by travel. 

-^c', 5c, 3c, V. to have a sore place on the foot containing pus. 

"^S, 5c, \c,v. the same. 

Sep, 5c, 4o, V. to have a suppurating sore on the bottom of 

the foot. 



166 co6^^co6'og' 

C09S8S, 5c, 3o, V. to have a callous place. 

coS, lo, V. *c8'S, Ic, (iD^ B.) to put a liquid on an article 

of food, as curry on rice. 
co-sS, lo, V. to be mixed up, in confusion, vide "938? 4o. 
cS-jS, lo, Ic, V. the same. 
coSco'>S, lo, 4o, adv. intensive, coSco^co^S, Ic, lo, 4o; ^S 

co^Sco^, 3o, lo, 4o. 

^cS-aScOaS, lo, 4<o, Ic, 4c, adv. the same. 

C09S, lo, adv. present time, now. 

coS, lo, Ic, adv. tJie same. 

coo^, lo, 3c, adv. the same; immediately. 

soo^cSS, lo, 3c, Im, adv. the same. 

co-^, 3o, n. *c8oS, 3c, a long, narrow bag. 

oSoO'^, 3o, 3c, lo, n. a rice ba^, sometimes worn around the 

waist by coolies. 
co^S, 3o, V. *c8^, 3c, to be disgusted with, discontented, to dislike. 
JD, 3o, 2o, V. to be discontented with one's lot. 
88, 3o, 2o, V. the same as co-^S, 3o. 

co-sS, 4o, n. *c8^, 4c, a floor extended beyond the roof of a house. 
co'>S, 4o, n. south, ooScooS, 4o, 4o, oico-sS, 3c, 4o, o'co'sS, lo, 4o. 
co^cc^JD, 5c, 5c, 3c, n. fot^c^S P.) a village, a hamlet, c??, 3o. 
cocaS, 5c, 2c, n. (ec^ B.j the planet Saturday. 
cotS, 4c, rr. *co<5, 4c, (6* B.) to join, connect; to stick fast to, cleave 

to, cling to; to hit (a mark); to ignite, kindle as with fire; to 

light as a bird on a tree; to have an appetite for, lust after. 

eg', 4c, 4c, V. ( ^ B.) to long for. hanker after. 

00, 4c, 4c, V. to adhere to, follow. 

cp, 4c, Ic, V. to retain in the mind, to have the mind set on 

an object. 

QoSo'^S, 4c, 4o, Im, V. to catch a disease. 

Sep, 4c, 4o, V. to cleave to with deep regard. 

cjo', 4c, 4c, V. to catch with fire, to ignite. 

cocS, 2o, V. *c8(S, 2c, to bite at, snatch in eating as a dog or fish. 

B'X', 2o, Ic, V. the same as 1st def. 

^coSa^ , 2o, 4o, 2o, 3c, v. to interrupt the speech of another 

by breaking in and beginning to talk. 



CO 



^\ 167 



cot?"^', 2o, 2o, n. (K.) clappers of bamboo, rnde "SoiS, 8c, 2o. 
C0iS"O<S, 2o, 2o, odt). with a large and tall body; a. large and tall. 
coS, 3o, V. *cQS, 3c, (tS* B.) to connect, join ; to be connected 

with, pertain to, to be related to; to be related in race, 

descent. 
-gco/3'[, 3o, 4o, 2c, 2c, V. to write poetry. 
c^8co6'^8, 3o, 5o, 3o, 4o, c. to be related, connected in race, 

descent . 

o88, 3o, 2o, V. ( s^S ^0 ^ appertain to, to concern. 

3co5^6, 3o, 3c, 3o, 5c, v. the same as ootSc^ScoiS'SS, 3o, 5o, 

3o, 4o. 
coco', 3o, 2o, Ic, V. to join two pieces together laterally, one 

extending beyond the other; to be related by the marriage of 

a brother or sister to another family, a relationship not rec- 
ognized by western nations. 
CO 6* 006", 3o, 3o, adv. in a smacking manner, as when eating, also 

4o, and 5o, cxiSco^SSSS, 3o, 3o, 3c, 3c. 
C080S, 5c, 3c, n. a priest's rice bowl, vide 0080S, 5c, 3c. 
coBoS, 5c, 3c, n. (aS B.) the grape, the grapevine. 
coc^coaS, 5c, 2c, 5c, 4k), n. vide coo8, 5c, 40- 
co<5, vide 06. 

co^SoDol^g, 5c, 2c, (or 2o,) 5c, 4c, ti. (^So1t B.) the anise plant. 
cooSoc^, 5c, 2c, 3o, n. (^^S^oS B.) Ni^ella saiwa, 
coc^So^, 5c, 2c, (or 2o,) 2c, n. (e^^f B.j cress, 
co<^oS, 5c, 3c, n. (jgoS B.) dill, the caraway plant, 
coo, 5c, 5c, V. to be immodest, shameless. 
cooS, 6c, 4o, TO. f OfijSi B.j a register, account, also co|C|S, 4c, 4o. 

08, 5c, 4o, 2o, V. ( o B. ) to be entered in a register. 

/aoSO'S, 5c, 4o, 4o, 3o, w. (ooStD^8l B.j an account entered 

in a table. 
co|'S, 5c, 2o, n. (ec]^B.] an earnest, pledge, given to secure a 

bargain. 
COC|, 5c, 2o, n. the same. 

CO08, 5c, lo, n. a kind of leopard; a panther. 
coj^8, 5c, lo, V. to fly or move with a swift gliding motion, G8, lo. 
cos||, 5c, 2c, n, (-[j Pj old age. 



168 coccSc3g5 

coc}'['c, 6c, 2c, 6c, n. the same. 

co^6, 5c, 3c, n. (oDc8<S B.) phlegm, vide OD^^S, 5c, 3c; (ac8S, 

5c, 3c; asS/nS, 6o, 2o; "S^^, 3c, 2o. 
coS^, 5c, 3c, n. (^(S* B.^ provinous for a journey; expenses of 

a journey. 

cojD, 5c, 3c, 5c, 5c, n. the same. 

^oo, 5c, 3c, 4<o, n. travelling expenses. 

ooS5'>S, 5c, 3c, 4o, Ic, n. expense of food. 

co^oo, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. (e^cXD P.) a deed, oojDOojgS, 4o, Ic, 4o, 5o. 
oo<Qo5, 5c, 3c, V. to slip down a tree, oo<)o5, 5c, 3c. 

ooS, 5c, 3c, 4o ; co6, 5c, 3c, 4o, v. the same. 

co^-^S, 5c, 3c, also 3o, v, vide cocO'^S, 5c, 3o. 

oo<9)8, 5c, Ic, V, to jump up towards something, used with 8cS, lo. 

cosQ, 5c, 4c, n. (eoscjg B.) a writer, scribe, secretary. 

oocc)^, 5c, 3c, n. a kind of fish trap, long emd of small diameter, 

derived from the following word, 
coco?, 5c, 3c, V. to slide down. 
/ Q?'Q, 5c, 3c, 4o, V. the same, 

cog(S, 5c, 3c, n. (oiOtSB.) a zayat, a building erected for the use 

of the public. 

ODcoi*, 5c, 3c, 5c, 4c, n. a zayat, vide ooco|, 5c, 4c. 

C3^o6y|, 5c, 3c, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. (o^OgoB.^ a building for 

public worship, a chapel, church, 
cog', 5c, 2c, n. vide coco', 5c, 2c. 
co'oSS, 5c, 2c, 3c, lo, n. the same. 
oocooS, 5c, 4c, V. to gush out. 

coo^c^coco', 5c, 4c, 5c, 4c, adv. hurriedly, in a hasty manner, 
coopw, 5c, 3o, adv. with a sliding motion toward a lower level, 

as ooo^'sSop.S, 5c, 3o, 4o ; to fall as water poured from a 

vessel or as one jumps down from a high place. 
000^8, 5c, 2c, n. {9\C^ B.) a deep bowl, basin, a deep plate, 0'>S 

coo^8, 2o, 5c, 2c. 
coccS, 5c, 4c, n. vide coc(^, 5c, 4c. 

cos"^, 5c, 4c, 5c, 2c, n. ( eo^ B.) the same. 

cSc8.S, 5c, 4c, 3o, 3c, n. a writer of books. 

cg5, 5c, 4c, 2c. n. the clerk of a jail. 



coSoS 169 

coccSSS, 5c, 4c, 4o, w. the scribe or secretary of a prince. 

CO, 5c, 4c, 4c, n. the clerk of a court, 

cos<c6, 5c, 2o, n. (ecooS B.) a tsalai, a measure of capacity equal 
to one fourth of a c^S*, ^. 

cocco^, 5c, 3c, V. vide cocc^?, 5c, 3c. 

cocS^co, 5c, 4o, Ic, n. the gendarussa vulgaris. 

cocS^jagaS, 5c, 4o, 2c, n. the same. 

cxxSScoco], 5c, So, 5c, 3c, adv. (ocooicoo B.) in a careless, dis- 
orderly manner; in an unsettled manner; also c8ocoScocxy[, 
5o, So, 5c, 3c; a. careless. 

00 eg', 5c, 2c, n. (%Q^cS B.) a thread or collection of threads worn 
over the left shoulder and under the right arm, as a madi 
of distinction or nobility; a necklace. 

co8, 3c, n. *c88, 3c, lord, master, sir; also used in respectful ad- 
dress for thou; an owner, proprietor, used with nouns. 

- f^o, 3c, 2c, n. self, used in any person. 

.00^ i Sc, 2c, n. a merchant. 

j^^co8o8*S, 3c, 2c, 3c, Ic, n. the same. 

.o, 3c, 3c, n. the owner of a gun; a musketeer 

e.&co, 3c, 4o, 4c, n. one who confers a favor, a benefactor. 

>^3S, 3c, lo, 4o, n. the oldest son of a Sawbwa, heir apparent. 

o8oO'S, 3c, 3c, lo, n. a dealer in cleaned rice. 

^So-aS, 3c, Sc, 4c, n. a baker. 

"^^D, 3c, 2c, 5c, n. a descendant of a prince; an illustrious person; 

relatives of rank. 

co^.<gi , 3c, 3c, 2c, n. a sovereign of the four great islands. 

co8, 3c, 4o, n. a Buddhist priest proficient in the five requisite 
qualifications. 

oooS, 3c, 3o, n. an actor. 

X), Sc, 2o, n. a young novitiate for the priesthood. 

aSoo, Sc, 2c, 5c, n. (x>co P.) a person devc^ed to religious duties. 

so6co<S, Sc, 4c, 5c, n. a vender of cigars. 

oo^, Sc, 3c, n. the head man of a ferry, a ferryman. 

o^'SC, 3c, 5c, 4o, n. a milkman. 

^c|i So, 4c, n. a cultivator of rice. 

'^, Sc, Sc, n. a creditor, 
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170 co8 

oo8c5f^SS, 3c, 2c, 4o, n. sons of a Sawbwa other tban the oldest 
son; the son next younger than the S^S, lo, 4o. 

^co9, 3c, 3c, n. the father of a prince. 

6d, 3c, 5c, n. an hereditary prince, a Shan prince. 

(^^I'j ^c, 4c, n. an appellation applied to deity. 

w, 3c, 5c, n. a dealer in horses, a jockey. 

-wsSoooS, 3c, 2o, 3o, n. ^w^ooS P.) a sovereign of the four 
grand islands, 

Q'sS, 3c, Ic, n. a Buddhist priest, a term applied frequently to all 

priests, but really belonging to the head priest of a nwwiastery . 

-o'i^^S, 3c, Ic, 4c, n. a priest guilty of immorality. 

qS, 3c, 3o, n. the mother of a prince. 

c^, 3c, 3c, n. a potter. 

c<<?9C, 3c, 3c, 5c, n. a title of Buddha (b.). 

SS, 3c, 4o, n. the mler of a coimtry; the chief wife of a Saw- 
bwa; a nat or spirit supposed to have rule o-v^r a region. 

^B, 3c, 2c, n. a florist. 

cco], 3c, 5c, 71. an owner of a cart; a cart-driver. 

^S, 3c, 4c, pr. a term of reverence used in addressing persons 

of higher rank. 

J^"!, 3c, 4c, 3c, pr. the saWfi. 

q^'ooSoooS, 3c, 3c, 3c, lo, n. the owner of a garden or cultivated 

field. 

88, 3c, 4o, n. an owner of a boat. 

oo8, 5c, adv. *c88, 5c, early. 

/>', 5c, 3c, adv. early in the day. 

"o, 5c, 3c, adv. early in the evening. 

'$'>8, 5c, 4c, adv. early in iiie night. 

-co8, 5c, 5c, adv. early. 

-sS, 5e, Ic, adv. early morning. 

ci)co88, 5c, 5c, 5c, Ic, adv. early in the ^Shan) year. 

c8'>Sco8oo8, 5c, lo, 5c, lo, adv. early in the month. 

oo8, lo, adv. darting downward, as a bird when hunting food or 
prey, as S-sSooS, Ic, lo. 

Co8, lo, n. a fish net in the form of a bag, which the fisherman 
drags in the water at the side of a boat. 



oo-sci 171 

co8, 2o, V. to ask repeatedly, importune, fb.),oo8, 2c. 

coS, 2o, 4c, V. the same. 

co8, 2o, V. *c88, 2c, to be mixed together as colours. 

- ?^-gl> 2o, 3o, 2c, V. to have one s things mixed up with 

another s. 
oo8, 3o, V. *c88, 3c, to be brittle, as '>^8'co8, 5o, 5c, 3o, the 

wood is brittle, also used of rice in distinction from '^88, Im. 
oo8, 4o, n, a kind, sort; a race, tribe. 
co8, 4o, V. *c88, 4c, to be alike, the same. 
Co8c8, 4o, 4o, adv. intensive, used with "38, Im, as "S8co8c8, Im, 

4o, 4o, to be very green, vide c88c8, 4c, 4c; also of the peculiar 

dark color of deep water, as '3''S8co8c8, 5c, Im, 4o, 4o. 
00, Ic, n. *c8, Ic, a net that is stretched nearly flat on the bottom 

of a bamboo frame, which the fisherman puts into the water 

by means of a pole. 
00, Ic, V. *cS, Ic, to be near; (K. and C.S.^ 3c. 
-c8, Ic, Ic, V. to be closely attached. 
- oo^oo', Ic, 4c, lo, V. to be near deatn. 

OO^cSS, Ic, 4c, 4o, V. to dawn, break as the day. 

coc^xc^, 2c, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. (c5>g][00C^ P.) the gold eugenia tree 

said to grow on the northern extremity of the Tsambudepa 

Island. 
o6oc8o|, 2c, 2c, 2c, 2c, n. (c?>g]ic8o P.) the great south island. 
c6o8o5, 2c, 2c, 3m, 7z. (o)g|:|SN F.) the gold that is produced from 

the gold engenia tree. It is considered the finest kind of gold. 
oostS, 2c, 2o, n. vide oojdii. 1o,4o. 
00, 3c, n. the name of the character ( ). 
00, 3c, n. *cS, 3c, a glass, a looking glass, mirror. 
coB, 3c, 3c, n. a mirror with a cover which opened and thrown 

back becomes a support. 
CO, 3c, V, *c, 3c, to place upon, as medicine upon a sore; to 

put into, as a ball of I'ice into curry ; to cause to touch. 
-scS, 8c, 2m, V. to put into forcibly. 

'^oS, 3c, 8c, V. to put into forcibly with a grinding motion. 
- u^8, 3c, 4c, V. to fire at close quarters. 
o6'>c'[, 8c^ 3c, V. part, verbal assertive ending (b.). 



172 00^8 

c6oo8, 3c, 5c, V. -part, the same. 

CO, 5c, v.part. a nominative or accusative particle distinctive, as 

for, concerning, sometimes 4c. 
CO, 5c, V. *cS, 5c, to be dark in color, between blue and blapk ; 

to be black and blue, as a bruise ; to become dark in color 

like tainted meat. 
'aoS'^S, 5c, 2o, 4c, n. a deeply discolored bruise. 
CO, 5c, adv. intensive, used with colors, ~88c6, Im, 5c. 
CO, lo, V. *cS, Ic, to sneeze, vide 'Sco, 3c, lo. 
cojdij, lo, 4c, n. the China champac. 
c6o6, lo, 4o, adv. very high, used with od8, Ic. 
CO, 2o, n. *cS, 2c, a specimen, sample, vide c^Soo, 2c, 2o. 
CO, So, V. *cS, 2c, ( B.j to enjoy. 
- ^oooSccS, 2o, 4c, 4c, v. to enjoy everything (b.j. 

coi^s, 2o, 4c, v. ( 08 B.) to enjoy, delight in. 

^c8Sc6'c6, 2o, 5o, 2o, 4o, v, to have a harem. 

co5c6c8, 2o, 3c, 2o, 4c, v. to have the symbols of sovereignty. 

u-sSooSS, 2o, 3o, 2o, 4o, v. to rule a country. 

cocSjdcocSo'jS, 2o, 3o, 2o, 3o, Ic, v. to enjoy this life. 

cpScoscrV, 2o, 3o, 2o, Ic, v. to enjoy sovereignty, whether as 

a king or tributary prince. 
c?^* ^Oj Ic, V. the same. 

c6j5, 2o,2o, adv. intensive, used with c^^, 3c, to be very clear, pure. 
CO, 4o, n. *cS, 4c, the dangling end or border of anything, as 

the fringe of a garment, 
coco, 4o, 4o, n. Red Karen lichen (Mason) ; a kind of moss 

hanging on trees. 
CO, 4o, V. *c8, 4c, (ecS B.) to test, make trial of; to feel of in order 

to discern the quality ; used of persons or things. 
6c6o'>S, 4o, 2o, 4o, Ic, V. to try one s luck ; to trust to one s 

fortune. 

.oS, 4o, Ic, V. to try the sound of a drum before playing. 

c6, 4o, Ic, V. to try the mind of another. 

o?^> 4o, 4o, f . to test, examine. 

28, 4o, 4c, V. to test one s skill in accuracy of aim, as with a 

gun or spear. 



00 



\ 173 



c6co,S<^', 4o, So, 4c, V. (cooS^ B.) to test a charm, prove its 

efficacy. 
coco, 6o, 6o, adv. intensive, used with ODoS, 2c. 
CGI, Ic, V, *c8, Ic, to consider with others, discuss, used in com- 
position, vide ODoScoiJO-aS, 8o, Ic, Ic. 
ooi, Ic, V. vide ooi^, 9^, to put up a barrier. 
C01, Ic, n. the wooden frame in a padc saddle, 
oo]^, 2c, n. *c8, 2c, chips, cuttings, refuse pieces of anything, oo^, 2o. 
jyS, 2c, Ic, n. any glutinous substance attached to the centre 

of a drum to improve the sound. 

cS-sS, 2c, 4c, n. wood chips. 

oo|, 2c, also Ic, V. *c8, 2c, to put up a temporary barrier ; to screen. 

jo8, 2c. 3c, v. to put up a permanent partition. 

^cjco'i^coS, 2c, 3c, 2c, Ic, v. to protect before and behind with 

a temporary barrier or screen. 

y, 2c, 2o, V. to cover. 

SCO|cSpc^, 2c, 3o, 2c, 4o, t;. to take shelter ^under something); 

to make a booth for shelter ; to trust in another for something. 
001, 2c, V. * c8, 2c, (D B.) to have regard for another as for 

one's self; to compare, as in cojOpcp, 2c, 4o. 
C^, 2c, Ic, V. to consider how one would feel himself (mentally) 

in undergoing tliat which is to be done to another. 
oo8/)8, 2c, Ic, 2c, V. to consider how one would feel himself 

(in body], in anything which is to be done to another. 

ooScojSS, 2c, Ic, 2c, 4c, V. the same. 

'>''[, 2c, 2c, V. the same as co|, 2c, 1st def. 

ooj, 2c, n. (eio B.) open work in any material, embroidery. 

co|.o, 2c, 5c, n.(&oo P. j conduct, deeds, more particularly charity, 

almsgiving. 
oo^-g-S, 2c, 3c, n. (soecoDcS B.) lot, chance. 
oo|'^i'S, 2c, 2c, n. (3 31^ B.j a government order written oo a 

pointed palm leaf, 
coiooi, 2c, 2c, a. loquacious; adv. intensive, used with cooS, 3o, to 

talk excessively. 
co]c:8, 2c, 5c, 71. (o3c8 P.) being, existence, constitution of being; 

original nature, essence; race ; pla^e of birth. 



174, coisqS 

co|c8c8o5, 2c, 5c, 3o, V. ( S B.) to be pure, unadulterated. 

oo|c8(Sp6. 2c, oc, i^c, 71. (ot.S^^cS B.) the nutmeg tree; the nut- 
meg; oo|c8^cSp8, 2c, 5c, 2c, (K.). 

coi^cBooci, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. (otOcSoDCj P.j the knowledge of one's 
own existence in some past state, ooS.oo'^ooScooS, 40, 
Ic, 4c, 3o. 

CO "[CD, 2c, 2c, n. a pagoda of which there are six kinds ; o5co 
CO]c8, 5c, 5c, 2c, 2c, where the relics of a Buddha are de- 
posited; o6oo]^c8, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c, where the sacred books 
are deposited; c>S8'SCO|c8, 2o, 5c, 2c, 2c, where the relics of 
semi-buddhs and rahandahs are deposited; o8c<$o9jdoo|c8, 
5c. 5c, 4c, 5c, 2c, 2c, where some of the saxired utensils are 
deposited; j3^Sc8^ooco|c8, 5c, 5c, 5c, 2c, 2c, where arti- 
cles made in the likeness of sacred things are deposited; 001 
^siooiopoojcB, 2c, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c, where the bones 
and relics of a Buddha, atter cremation are deposited. 

co|c^^, 2c, 2c, 2c, 3o, n. the same (b.). 

ooo8, 2c, 2c, 5c. 4c, w. (qc^* B.j a pagoda. 

co|c6'co'[ci6, 2c, 2c, 2c, 4o, 71. vide cos|5, 5c, 4o, pron. ooc^ooaS, 
5c, 2c, 5c, 4o. 

cojuS, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. (d^ P.) an imaginary animal noted for 
its tail. 

cojG, 2c, 2c, 71. the original; that which serves as the model to 
copy from; a pattern. 

co]C|, 2c, 5c, n. (eOQ P.) consideration, reflection. 

CO18.S00, 2c, 5c, 5c, n. ^08 OT P. j custom, habit, way. 

oo|8, 2c, 2c, 71. a nut for a bolt, c8.Ss^, 4m, 5o. 

C0I8, 4c, V. to begin. 

coi^g, 4c, V. *c8, 4c, to be rough in surface, ja^S-^S, 2c, 3c. 

coil. 4c, V. *c8, 4c, to be sharp, have a sharp edge. 

co|8, 4c, V. part, a particle used generally with verbs of speaking 
or interrogation, to denote a frequent repetition or earnest- 
ness of action, as coSco|8, 4c, 4c, co-jScoig, 4c, 4c, a^<S 
oo^s, 4o, 4c. 

co\%, 4c, 4c, adv. repeatedly, 

copcjS, 4c, 4o, n. vide odc|S, 5c, 4o. 



SS 175 

c8, 5c, V. *co, 5c, to show, point out with the finger. 

^aS, 5c, Ic, V. to press something, as salt, with the end of 

the finger for the purpose of taking up and tasting it. 
ifi, 5c, 2c, V. to put into as wood into a fire; to just touch, 

as with the end of the finger or a lamp with a lighted match. 
'>c'[oooo'[, 5c,Sc,lc,lc, V. to point straight before one as in anger. 

caS, 5c, lo, V. to show with the finger. 

- g^c8coo5, 5c, 2c, 5c, 3o, v. to show by telling. 

c8, 5c, adv. used with cooj, 5c, little by little, JoScSJoScco]^, 

4m, 5c, 4m, 5c. 
cocooS, 5c, ^o, V. {(Si^&S B.) to examine critically. 
cQccoiyagaS, 5c, 5c, 2c, adv. only a very little, an exceedingly 

small quantity. 
c8^^, 8c, 4c, V. C^cScqi B.) to consider, 
co^, 4c, n. *coS, 4c, a top, head, summit. 
-jdS , 4*c, 5c, 5c, n. the pointed end of anything. 
- Og, 4c, Ic, n. the same os c85, 4c. 
o', 4c, lo, n. the same. 
c8.Sc8^og,Scg^, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. a little of this and a little of 

that; a little of several different kinds. 
c8^, 5c, a. *coB, 5c, careful, fastidious about one's surroundings. 
cBS, 5c, V. to whirl as a top. 
c8,o, 2m, n. a small, low stand with a single foot or support which 

serves to hold a cup or other small thing, as a betel box. 
cSS, 2o, V. *GO^, 2o, to divide, distribute, as an official to others. 
c[8'>S, 2o, 3c, 4o, V. to divide a family as when a son marries 

and sets up housekeeping by himself. 
c85, 3o, V. *co^, 3o, to throw the body up and backwards, to 

rear on the hind legs as a horse. 
^, 3o, 2o, V. to throw one's self into an attitude in order to 

sustain an attack. 
cSS, 3o, V. to repay; to make up for a loss in trade, as a man 

trading with another person's capital or a contractor who 

spends beyond his contract. 
c85, 4o, adv. small in quantity, short in distance; a little, only 

the beginning of more to follow, a sample. 



176 SBS 

cBBcoB, 4o, 4o, adv. a little, j^SoSoSS, 4c, 3c. 

cBS, 4fO, V, (K.) to divide lengthwise, to split, vide oo^, 4c. 

c8^^, 5o, 5c, n. (0Q[ P.) the eye. 

OOoSoO'>c, 5o, 5c. 5c, 5c, 5c, n. (er^DOOOO^ P.) the faculty 

of seeing. 
coocoJB, 5o, 5o, adv. with the sound as of dropping water. 
coScoS, 5o, 5o, 5o, 5o; co^c8^, 5o, 5o, 5c, 5c; coB 

CO.S, 5o, 5o, 5c, 5c, adv. the same. 
c8S, Ic, n. vide w'coS, 5c, Ic. 

c85, 2c, n. *coS, 2c, (g^ B.) a diamond; (K.) 4c. 
^^^L^, 2c, 2c, 2c, n. (oS^Q B.J Ceylon diamonds, green or 

yellow tourmaline. 

oooSco, 2c, 4c, Sc, n, a diamond to cut glass. 

c8S, 2c, 71. *coS, 2c, (8^B.) a swivel, jingal, also c8S, 2c. 

oiS, 2c, 4c. n. ' cJqdS? B.) the same, 

c86, 3c, also 5c, V. *coS, 3c, to whirl without falling, as a top, as 

09^085, 4c, 3c. 
c8S, 3c, V. to run, flee, Jcp, 2o. 

c8S, 4c, V. *co, 4c, to take or seize violently vide ?, Ic. 
c8S8S, 4c, 4c, adv. vide coS^5, 4o, 4o. 
c8S, Im, n. the first month of the Shan year, nearly the same as 

December , 
c8S, Im, n. vidi' 8c8S, Ic, Im, a year. 
c65, Im, n. a tax levied on property of any sort; also used when 

a thing recurs annually, eis 098"g^o>Sc8S, Ic, 2c, Ic, Im, 

to give tribute. 
c8S. Im, ^-. to observe religious duties, used with lOj as j5c8S, lc,lm. 
c88, 2m, n. *coS, 2o, a corner; an angle. 

.906, 2m, 5o, n. a somewhat rounded angle or bend, 

^6, 2m, 3c, n. a right angle. 

cSo-aSco.S, 2m, 3c. 4c, 4o, n. south-west.. 

oSovS.og.S, 2m, 3c, 4c, 2c, rt. south-east. 

>88o'^ooJD, 2m, lo, 4c, 4o, n. north-west. 

>88o'>S'y3g,S, 2m, lo, 4c, 2c, n. north-east. 

- 'io', 2ni, 5o, n. a parallelogram. 

':^, 2m, lo, . an acute, sharp angle. 



cSoS^oS 177 

cSSooS, 2m, So, n. an obtuse angle. 

c8, 3o, V. *co, 3o, to see clearly, bo uuderstand; adv. clearly, 

fully. 
c8, 3o, 2c, V. to perceive clearly, completely. 
c8S^8, 4o, 4o, adv. vide coSy8, 4o, 4o, 
c8c3, Im, n. *oo'^, lo, felt, a kind of \iwolen cloth; a sheep, qS 

c8c, 3o,lm. 
c8cS, 3m, V. *co^, 3o, to turn with a lathe: n. a lathe. 
c85, 3m, 2c, V. to be round and polished, ('b.V 
c8cS, 3m, V. to chop into short lengths, as firewood. 
c8cS, 4m, n. *C0'8, 4o, an erect timber in a house, to which a 

partition is nailed or fastened. 
c8cS, 4m, V. *cx)'3S, 4o, to drain out as the last drops in an 

inverted vessel, cScpoo, 4m, 5c. 
c8c^co'[8, 4m, 4c, v, (pSD8 B.) to consider, deliberate, vide ' 

c, 3c, Ic. 
c8cS, 2o, V. *cO'3S, 2o, (pS B.j to place together in a row. 
c8'>S, 2o, 2c, V. the same. 

'X>j:)'3^, 2o, 4o, Ic, V. to place in a row side by side. 
3Sc88, 2o, Im, lo, V. to be arranged in rows. 
&^R, 2o, 3c, V. the same as c8c^, 2o, (b.). 
- o'jDoS, 2o, Ic, Ic, V. to place in a row one following another. 
c8oSj 3c, V. to sting as a wasp, bite as an ant, c8, 3c. 
c8o5, 4c, V. *ooo5, 4c, to tickle. 
jd8, 4c, 5c, 5c; jd:S, 4c, 5c, 5o, v. the same. 
c8o5, 4c, V. i. to gush out, squirt; v. t. to squirt from, itifreq., 

generally, oSaS, 4c. 
c8o5, 5c, n. *coo5, 5c, one quarter of a viss; 25 rupees. 
c8o5, 3m, V. to be angry, sometimes used with co, 5c. 
c8oSo6, 3m, 2c, n. (eSScS B.j a military officer. 
cooS, 4m, a. seven, q . 
c^6'c^8'^8oo'', 4m, 2c, 5o, 4o, lo, n. seven degrees of ancestry, 

or seven degrees of posterity. 
c8o5c8o5, 4m, 4m, adv. (K. and C. S.) exceedingly, -applied to cold. 
c8c5, 5m, V. *coo5, 5o, to wipe, rub, wipe oiF, oo5, 3c. 
c8oS,8o5, 2o, 2o, adv. vide c8o5^oS, 4o, 4o. 
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178 c8888 

c8o5, So, V. *coo5, 3o, (dSB.^ to filter, strain; to examine; 

sometimes 4o. 
oocS, 3o, 4o, V. to examine, investigate. 

a5, 3o, lo, V. to interrogate, examine. 

->, 3o, 5c, V. to strain water. 

c8o5, 3o, V. *cooS, 3o, (e8 B.) to be genuine, pure, real. 

co5, 80, 2o, V. the same. 

c8o5c8, 3o, 2c, o. to be economical, frugal, in the use of money. 

c8o5^o5, 4o, 4o, adv. intensive, used with coS, lo, sometimes 2o,2o. 

c8o5, 4o, V. *cooS, 4o, to examine, vide c8o5, 3o, used only of 

persons. 
-pcSoSoo'', 4o, 4o, 4o, 3c, v. to examine orally. 
cco^, 4o, 4c, V. the same. 

cS'^c, 5c, 5c, n. (8)^P.^ a Zinah or Buddh, also cS'Sc, 4c, 5c. 
c8(S, 4c, n. an arrangement far catching fish. 
cS^ScS^J, 5c, 5c, adv, applied to the call of a chicken, C9, 4c. 
cocSco6', 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c; c8tSc86', 5c, 5c, 5o, 5o; cotS 

cotS*, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c, adv. the savie. 
08^086", 5c, 5c, adv. used with o8cp, Im, perfectly quiet. 
086*, Im, V. (C. S.) to pick up, to take up or out, vide 3S, 4m. 
cBtS, 4m, V. * 006", 4c, to be sore, painful; (C. S.j Im. 
'^o^, 4m, 3c, V. to be sore and painful. 

c^, 4m, Ic, V. to have the feelings wounded. 

oStS, 4m, 2o, V. to be sore with a smarting pain. 

', 4m, 3c, V. to have a burning soreness. 

fp^, 4m, 5o, V. to have a sore dangerous to life. 

cStS^tS", 4m, 4m, n. (C. S.) a tick, vide coS^S, 4c, 4ra. 

c86*, 4o, I*, to taste of food, to eat only a little as a sick person 

loathing food. 
;aQ8o'c8'So*^8, 4o, Ic, lo, Ic, lo, 4c, v. to eat only a few 

bits of food. 
c8cSc86', 00, 5o, adv. with a smacking sound, co?, 4c, znde coS 

ootS, 5o, 5o. 
c8cS, vide cS. 
c8888, 4c, 4c, adv. intensive, used with 58, Im, as -SScBSSS, Im, 

4c, 4c, very verdant, not withered; also co8c8, 4o, 4o. 



cgi 179 

c88o88, 4c, 4c, adv. vide c8888, 4c, 4c. 

c88, 4m, V. *co8, 4o, to be quick, swift; adv. quickly, swiftly, c88 

^o5, 4m, 4in. 
c88, 3o, V. *c88, 3c, to be quick in motion or intellect; to flow 

with a swift, strong current, as a river difficult to ford, 
c88, 3o, 3o, adv. swiftly, rapidly. 
cBo, 5c, 5c, n. (S)oP.) life, /socoS, 5c, 3o. 
cS'OiS, Ic, 2o, n. (C.S.) clappers of bamboo, vide %'oS, 8c, 2o. 
c8, ^c, V. *oo'[, 2c, to cook by putting on coals or on the fire. 
c8, 2c, V. *co|, 2c, ( B. j to place in a continuous row. 
00, 2c, 3c, V. to overlay with glass. 
c6c8o88, 2c, 3c, 2c, lo, V. the same. 

- ^006, 2c, 2o, V. ( C)S B.) to order, direct; decide, pass sentence. 
Oo5c86'oooS, 2c, 2o, 4o, 4c, v. the same. 
c8^c8co', 2c, 3c, 2c, 4o, v. to write, as in writing a book. 
c^SS, 2c, 4o, n. (rgS^SsB.) a tub. 
c8cO|, 2c, 2c, n. (S)ODO B.) cumin. 
c8o^, 2c, 5c, 5c, n. (8)000 P.) the name of a celebrated physician; 

any experienced physician. 
c8o[, 2c, 2c, n. (8) ^ P. j the tongue. 

^ODo5cD05C, 2c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. the sense of taste. 

c8, 3c, n. *co|, 3c, the gum used for blackening the teeth which 

is the product of a thorny shrub, w^co, 5c, 3c. 
c8, 3c, 71. (K.) jute, vide ^, 3c. 
c8, 3c, V. ^cc^, 3c, to sting as an insect. 
c8c8, 3c, 3c, adv. intensive, used with (pj3, 5c, to love very much; 

also used with oaS, 3c, firmly. 
c8, 4c, V. (K.) to feed with fuel by pushing it into the fire, vide 

06, Ic. 
c8, 4c, V. *co|, 4c, to nmke a hole into or through, to perforate. 
cSoc8g.S, 4c, 5c, 4c, 2c, v. to be so high as to seem to pierce 

the clouds. 

do'', 4c, 4c, V. to pierce with a heated iron. 

Q., 4c, Ic, V. to bore the ears. 

e, 4c, 4c, V. to make a hole into. 

^1, 4c, 4c, n. (%%<^% B.j increase, profit, advantage. 



180 c<^S 

c8o'['8^, 4c, 4c, 3c, V. to iiirive, make profit, 8'>Sc^'>S8'>S(j^9S, 

Im, 4c, Im, 4c. 
cScfo]'^, 4c, 4o, V. (estasj B.) to repeat certain sentences oi 

prayers. 
c8(^cS, 4c, 4o, V. (epSg^otB.j to assemble, cxpoo, oc, Ic. 
cxp, 5c, n. *CO, 5c, a lover, a sweetheart. 

00, 5c, 5c, V. to be broken off, as an engagement. 

CO, 5c, V. *co, 5c, to collect, gather together, to assemble. 

S'^S, 5c, 4c, V. to gather and lay by money. 

cSo', 5c, 4c, 5c, V. to gather together and lay up. 

CO, 5c, Ic, V. to assemble. 

oojooi, 5c, 3c, Ic, V. to compound a medicine. 

co, 3c, V. *co.S, 3c, f^oSB.j to charm, infuse virtue into, by 

repeating a muntra, as cxp^^jcoj, 3c, 2c, 2c, o8, 2c. 
CoS, 3c, 3o, n. a present or gift obtained; an unusual profit 

in trade. 
CO.S, 4c, V, *OqS, 4c, to stand, stand up; to rear on the hind 

legs. 
'6, 4c, 2o, V. to endure unmoved, to withstand as an enemy, 

rise up and oppose. 

CO'>S, 4c, 4c, V. to stand erect. 

c88, 4c, 3c, V. the same. 

OoS, 4c, 3c, V. to stand still, motionless. 

00|, 4c, 3c, V. to tarry for, wait for. 

c86coS', 4c, 2o, 3o, also 5o, r. to stand on tiptoe ; ( K.) cod8S, 

4c, 4o; (C.S.) apiSoSS, 4c, lo. 
cx^Sq^, 4c, Ic, n. the woven cover of the perforated vessel used to 

steam food. 
coJd'O.S, 2o, 2o, adv. intensive, used with co, Ic, very emaciated, 

l6coS'oSco'oS, Ic, 2o, 2o, 2o, 2g, 
coS, 4o, V. *co^, 4o, to dive into with the hand; to take up 

by the hand, as handfuls; to retail, 
coSo:)8cc^, 4o, 2o, 5c, 2c, v. to be wanton in conduct, using 

the hands in a playful or teasing manner. 
CO*, 4o, 3c, V. to retail in small quantities, 
cxp^, 5o, V. *coS, 5o, to prick, pierce; to be pierced. 



cxpoSo^oS 181 

coS, Ic, V. *coS, Ic, to pull, draw after; with coS, 2c, to lead as a 

blind man. 
oo'sS, Ic, Ic, V. the same. 
co^, Ic, 3o, V. to drag along. 
ooSc88, 2c, 2c, n. the rings or loops of a rope used for fastening 

panniers on oxen. 
co8^, 2c, 3o, V. (|oS B.) to like, love. 
ooS, 3c, n. *coS, 3c, a spirit which conjiu^s or bewitches, ooco5, 

Ic, 3c, also c^, 3c. 
ooS, 4c, n. *co6, 4c, an outer coffin or receptacle for a coffin. 
co6/3c8, 4c, 5c, 3c, V. (K.) to tickle, vide c8o5, 4c. 
co(p8, 4c, 4c, adv. exceedingly, appHed to red, as c88cxp8cS. 

lo, 4c, 4c, to be very red. 
coS, lo, n. *coS, lo, a rhinoceros with two horns, 8o5, 3o. 
cfo', lo, 4c, n. a species of rhinoceros. 

coS, lo, V. *co8, lo, to make a hole into, to excavate, co8, Ic. 
0080011, 2o, 4c, n. the common house lizard, a provincialism 

of S8c6/)'[| 4o, lo, 4c, vide c^8^^'S, 5o, 4o. 
cocScxpcS, 3o, 3o, adv. tolerably, used with co, 4m. 
cocS, 5o, V. *co'', 5o, to consider, deliberate. 

^^ 5o, 4o, V. the same. 

00, 5o, 2c, V. to listen carefully, to understand. 

cx^cxS, 2c, V. vide o^oS, 2c, to kindle. 

COoS, 3c, V. *coo5, 3c, to fail to join firmly as one end of a bridge 

to the bank; to be poor, without means. 
'S8coo5'S|, 3c, 2c, 3c, 2c, v. to fall behind, to fail to come up 

to time as when a man is plowing his field when others are 

planting. 
OOlcooSwjS, 3c, 2c, 3c, 4c, v. to be without food from time 

to time. 

COoS, 3c, 3c, V, the same as coo5, 3c. 

cxpoS, 4c, a. well-developed, athletic as a man. 

cooS, 4c, V. to gush out, to slip out as a button from the buttonhole. 

cfcoS, 4c. 
cxpoS, 4c, V. (C S.) to suck with the mouth, vide coS . 2c. 
ctpoScyoS, 5c, 5c, also 4c, 4c, adv. slenderly, used with coo, 4c. 



182 ctj^yoc 

co^, Ic, V. *co'>8, Ic, to make a point or protuberance, to stick 

out as the lips, to swell up after a blow. 
co>Si3'>Sco'2S/3'>c, Ic, Ic, Ic, Ic, V. the same. 

co^, Ic, V (K.) to put liquid on an article of food, vide coS, lo. 
cxp^S, Ic, V. *oo'S, Ic, to meet accidentally, unexpectedly in the 

way, as a wild beast, as co^8cpooo88, Ic, 3o, 4c, lo. 
c6, Ic, Ic, V, to be sad, sorrowful. 

8c6, Ic, 3o, V. to meet, find; to be glad or sad; the two mean- 
ings are used as opposite effects of meeting, in poetical 

books only, 
co^, 2c, n. a snout, oo>S, 2c. 
coiS, 4c, V. *cO'>S, 4c, to raise a smoke from a slow fire for 

driving away insects. 
- 009S, 4c, 4c, adv. rising from, as scent from a flower or smoke 

from a fire; heavily, used with c8, Ic, to nod heavily, 
cxp^, 4c, n. (K. and C. S.) lead, vide c8^, 4c. 
cxp^, 5c, V. *00'3', 5c, ( gs B. j to abandon^ give up, put away, 

forsake; to risk. 
- -6, 5c, So, V. to die. 
3o5, 5c, 3o, V. the same as co'^, 5c. 
cxp^, lo, n. *oo'2$, lo, a robber; v. to rob. 
co'^, lo, V. to be joyful. 
-co, lo, Ic, V. the same. 

- ^c'8^8yS, lo, Ic, 4c, 4c, v. to have illicit intercourse, fb.). 
00 5, 2c, i;. *co6', 2c, to suck with the mouth, to make a noise of 

sucking with the lips; (K.j 4c. 
B, 2c, 3o, v. to kiss the cheek. 

SooSjdS, 2c, 3o, 2c, 4o, v. the same. 

30 5, 2c, 4o, V. to suck with the lips, to make a noise as when 
eating something very sour or pungent, also when quieting 
restive animals. 

oo6''^oS, 2c, 4o, lo, 2o, V. to kiss. 

cxptS, 3c, n. a time, turn, as aptStj^, 3c, 3c, one company; ooScoc?, 

Ic, 3c, two companies; one crop of grain or vegetables. 
ccp6', 5c^ V. *'ooiS, 5c, to wet, moisten by putting into a liquid. 
^c, 5c, 5c, v. tlie same. 



0^90 183 

(x^S, vide 0^. 

ctpco, 5c, 5c, adv. intensive, vide cooScooS, 5c, 5c. 

0(^8, 2c, u. *co|, 2c, ^8 B.)to be moist from dampness as sugar, 

or clothes with sweat or salt in damp weather. 
cxpS, 3c, n. *coy 3c, time, with jiqooS, 5c, 3o, a life time. 

cxpS, 3c, 3c, adv. frequently, every little while, a prefix. 

c^, 3c, Ic, n. life, a life time. 

"^6, 3c, 3c, adv. soon. 

OoS, 3c, lo, n. an era or division of time in which one flourishes. 

So"S, 3c, 3o, 5c, adv. formerly. 

/300dS, 3c, 5c, 3o, 71. a life time, the whole of life. 

cxpS, 3c, n. ^ccj^, 3c, a place, as coocS, 3c, Ic, what place; vide 

S, 3c. 
c<^0<^8, 3c, 3c, n. (K.) a place erected for the temporary use of 

a prince during a journey, vide coo^cw^, 2c, 3c. 
coo, 4c, n. (K.j a measure of capacity equal to ten baskets, vid''- 

GCO^, 4iC. 

ap8, 4c, V. *oo|, 4c, to persuade, draw along, persuade to follow. 

glcoSo', 4c, 2c, 4c, Ic, V. to persuade to foUow, to tempt. 

co|8/3q8, 4c, 4c, Ic; /3q8, 4c, Ic, v. the sajne. 

co8, 4c, n. a lover, sweetheart, used only with cxD, 5c, coco8, 5c, 4c. 

CO, 2c, V. *c6, 2c, to dip in a liquid, vide cx^S, 5c. 

c^, 2c, 5c, V. the same. 

CO, 2c, V. *c6, 2c, (^ B,) to be double, form a pair; to be full, 
complete, co8|, a pair, as Qoc^t^, 4c, 2c, 3c, a pair of oxen; 
a whole suit, as o8oo8[, 4c, 2c, 3c, a suit of clothes. 

oSS, 2c, 3m, V. the same. 

CO, 3c, n. *c6, 3c, a mark or an impression made by a blow, stamp- 
ing, &c. ; a stamp, seal; marks or spots which appear on 
aged persons. 

c8, 3c, 3c, n. the same, c^cSo^co, 3c, 3c, 3c, 3c. 

coj 4c, n. a collection, vide S, 5c. 

c^ecS, 4c, Ic, 3o, adv. (C. S.) vide '^S^^S, 2c, Ic. 

c^, lo, V. *c6, lo, to immerse, dip in water; d. i. to be immersed, 
submerged, 

o^'^c, lo, 5c, V. the same. 



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^ 



o^, 4o, V. *o6, 4o, to be glad in heart, to rejoice, be joyful. 

c8, 4o, Ic, V. the same, 

co;Sc^'>^, 4o, i^c, 4o, lo, V. to greet with kisses. 

30, 4o, 2c, V. the same as o^og'^S, 4o, 3c. 

j8S, 4o, 4o; cgS, 4o, 2o, v. the same. 

yO'^, 4o, 3c, V. to welcome (a newcomer) with joy. 

3S, 4o, 4o, V. to rejoice lovingly, tender-heartedly. 

3<3f 5 4o, 2c; f^"^, 4o, 3o, v. the same as o^, 4o. 

CO, 5o, ly. *c6, 5o, to contract, diminish in size, as the mouth of 
a jar or basket, sometimes co, 5o. 

CO, Ic, n. *co|, Ic, a drill for the purpose of enlarging holes. 

CO, Ic, V. to push out the lips in token of dislike. 

ootS, Ic, 4o, V. to pout, stick out the lips 

^^C^cooo], Ic, 3c, Ic, Ic, V. to make up a face. 

00/31, 2c, 2c, n. (ooo B,j the passion flower creeper. 

coc8, 2c, Ic, n. scarab beetle, vide ^Scj^, 2o, lo. 

CO, 3c, V. *co']^, 3c, to feed with fuel, to make a fire, vide c86, 
5c, and 3c. 

CO, 4c, V. *co'[, 4c, to go or come to, containing the idea of 
towards, ^\'^, 2c, 4c. 

6, 4c, 3c, adv. late in the afternoon. 

cScos-3^, 4c, Ic, 4c, 4c, v. to follow one s desires, to unduly 
desire to do or to have. 

oo5'>S, 4c, 4o, 5o, V. to be indisposed to do a thing. 

>S, 4c, Ic, adv. early in the morning. 

CO, 4c, V. *co\, 4c, to follow another s mind or will; to accept; to 
agree to; as, oj"^ co 6 ;aQ co' .8 'jS'S^ Sac 8, 4c, 3c, Ic, 2c, 3c, Ic, 
5o, 3c, if one follows his nose he does not eat tainted meat: 
to engage together in anything, a^, o^jdqSjoS, 4c, Ic, 4m; 
co/3'>S>S'^, 4c, Ic, Ic. 

jg, 4c, 4o, V. to obey, to follow another person's words, to en- 
gage in a transaction planned by another person. 

c83->S, 4c, Ic, 3o, V. to follow another s mind. 

CO, 4c, V. *co|, 4c, to forgive an offense. 

CO, 4c, n. an equal share, a portion, c^|, 4c, 3c; 2o5oo, Ic, 4c, 
vide 0'S, 3c. 



cc6 185 

ccSoooS^, 2c, 5c, 3c, n. (oooSoS P.) the active principle of 

mind in the exercise of thought or feeling. 
JcSoo^ci , 2c, 5c, 2c, n. ^ceoo^':) P.) an agreement or oneness of 

mind with an object or inclination; good-will, kindness, 

benevolence . 
c^i^, 2c, 5c, 2c, 3o, t;. to be mutually kindlj disposed, gen- 
erous . 
cc8c8, 2c, 2c, n. (cc8 P.) a pagoda, Tjide co|c8, 2c, 2c. 
cc8, 3c, n. *co|, 3c, paper. 

o, 3c, 4c, n. gilded paper. 

'oo^S, 3c, 4c, 4o, n. paper used to keep gold leaf separate. 

"00^(5, 3c, 4c, 2o, n. gilded paper. 

"q88oo, 3c, 4c, 2c, 5c, n. a tinsel prepared with paper smd thin 

sheets of copper. 
^Q^, 3c, 4c, n. silvered paper, cUso "OcS^, 4c, 2o; a currency note. 

s^i^"] , 3c, 2c, n. thin, tissue paper; white, foreign paper. 

ceo, 4c, V. *coj, 4c, to suspend from the head and carry on the 

back, like a Karen; CcS, 2c. 
"S^, 4c, 4c, V. to carry on the back something suspended from 

the neck, as a child with its arms around the carrier's neck. 
cc8, 4c, V. (q% B.) to be complete, notlang wanting or remaining,. 

also 5c. 
o^, 4c, 2c, V. ( B.^ to be complete, want nothing. 
cc8, 4c, 4c, adv. completely, minutely, particularly. 
- cgoS, 4c, 2c, t;. to be diflPused, distributed throughout. 
O'sS, 4c, 4c, ?;. to complete a certain lengiii of time; to arrive at 

the end of life . 
CcSccS, 4c, 2c, n. (c^is^ B.j a flat metal gong, whether 

circular or triangular. 
CcScS, 4c, 2c, n. (^pSiScS B.) possession of wealth, enjoyment of 

good estate; royal estate; sometitnes cc6c8S, 4c, 2c. 
CcSooi?, 5c, 3o, V. ( tiS B.) to join by the close union of parts ; 

to be well-finished, well-proportitmed, done with precision. 
cc8| lo, n. a large jar. 
c8, 2o, n. *<xy[, 2c, anything Mke pieces of woo<l used in playing 

games, vide cc8, 2o, 2o, der., from the next word. 
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186 00* 

ccS, 2o, V. *co'[, 2c, to remain uncliaQged, to be stable, fiim, 

permanent. 
cc6, 3o, n. *co|, 3c, a province, a district. cSS, Ic. 

Q-sSccSSS, 3o, 3o, 3o, 4o, n. the same. 

sc6, 3o, z?. *co]^, 3c, to soak in liquor. 

09, So, 3o, V. to sotik in an acid liquor for any purpose, g5 

o^, ]c, 80. 

3C<88, 3o, 5c, lo, V. to salt, as in brine; to be salted, impreg- 

nated with salt. 
cc8. 3o, t). to do slowly, in a dilatory manner. 
cc8c5, 3o, 3o, adv. crossly, impudently, as a child addressing its 

parents improperly. 
ccS, 40, n. *co|, 4c, a charm to preserve from danger, 
cc8, 4o, n. (pS* B.) a boundary Hne or mark. 
cc8, 4<o, n. *ooj, 4c, mde coo9cc8, 2c, 4o. 
cc8, 4o, V. *co|, 4c, to have severe continuous grinding pain in 

the bowels, generally chronic, vide ooScco, 5c, 4o. 
cc8, 4o, V. to hinder ; to put up a barrier; n. a cover, a barrier, as 

cc8.o^Scc8yS, 4o, 4o, 4o, la, the breast collar and breech- 
ing of a harness. 
cc8, 5o, V. to unite, join slightly, without any firm connection, 

vulgar. 

eS. 5o, 5o, adv. intensive, used with coS, lo. 

- SCO, 5o, 5o, w. to act with unbecoming levity. 

co*o', lo, 4o, adv. to a great extent, vastly, as the vastness of 

a cloudless skv, the ocean, or a treeless plain, op6co^o', 3o, 

lo. 4o, wide with an unobstructed view. 
00', 2o, V. *c8, 2c, to use, make use of money, 

008, 2o, 3c, V, to be gay, lively, used of an old man. 

:>o8, ^o, Im, z;. to be carefid in using money, vide c8 2c. 

CcSB, 2o, 3o, V. to buy many things with a little money; to 

make a little money go a long way. 

- oyS, 2o, lo, w. to be open-handed, lavish, profuse with money in 
buying. 

00', 2o< V, to be properly cooked, as, C'sc^co', 2c, 2o; to be satis- 
fied, with J3&, as, co\'i^'3^/oo\ Ic, 4c, 2c, 2o. 



coo^cco^ 187 

cxj'co', 3o, 3o, adv. intensive in a bad sense, used with c6, 4m, 

coco'co', 4m, 3o, 3o, unpleasant in taste. 
co', 4o, n. *c8, 4c, the eaves of a roof. 

"[, 4o, 4c, n. eaves of a thatched house. 

"-[t^oS, 4o, 4c, 2c, n. with o86, lo, o86co'|cgo5, lo, 4o, 4c, 

2c, the onyx. 
j^^^, 4o, 2c, n. the fringe left after cutting a woven piece frbm 

the loom; thrums, 
co', 4o, n. *c8, 4c, man; a masculine affix, as, jp-aSco', 4o, 4o, 

a man. 
co', 4o, V. *c8, 4c, to cease, stop raining, as at the close of the 

rains, used with cSpaS, lo. 

-ac'^^S, 4o, 4o, lo, V. the same. 

co'c"?, 4o, 4c, V. to enter or touch the throat as food, used only 

with J3Q, 2c. 
CO', 5o, V. *c8, 5c, to be not level, as the end of a stick chopped 

off slantingly; not in the same line, to have a different angle; 

to look sideways; to be not opposite; jdSo'jSco', lo, 4c, 5o, 

afternoon . 

Cc6, 5o, Ic, V. to go sideways. 

ccS-oj, 5o, Ic, 2c, V. the same. 

ccoj, 5c, V. *cc8, 5o, to dip out, scoop out, as with a spoon ;^ 

n. a spoon. 

c8, 5c, 3c, n, an earthen spoon. 

ecoi, 5c, V. used with its couplet only. 

c8cco|Cc8, 5c, 3c, 5c, 5o, v. to accomplish only a very little 

compared with what should have been done ; to do very im- 
perfectly, as a piece of work. 
cc8, 5c, 5o, V. the same. 

cco]^, 5c, V. to injure another in any way, to have an evil in- 
fluence over; to bewitch, as, co8cco|coS^o5, 3o, 5c, 3o, 4m. 
tfco^, 3c, V. *cc8, 3o, to be numerous and gathered together, as 

thorns in one place, or men in a close, crowded manner, 

also Ic. 
GCO^ccof, 3c, 3c, adv. intensive, used with cS, lo, very long and 

slender. 



188 c^^cS^ 

CCo9, 4c, n. *cc8, 4o, a narrow spade or shovel. 
cS, 4c, 4c, 71. a garden trowel. 

cco'T, 4c, 71. a measure of capacity equal to ten baskets, oo8, lo. 
cc?, 4c, 71. (sotO P.) a sudden emotion of the mind; the mind, 
cco^, 4c, V. to cook vegetables with sour fruit and jaggery, as, cco^ 
(So^ooS, 4c, 4c, 2o, to cook mustard leaves in that way; 
6oS^cSscoK, 4c, 2o, 4c, n. 
coo'Tcco^, 4c, 4c, adv. murmuringly, referring to the sound of 

prayer, used with cS, 2c. 
C00^c8, 4c, 5c, n. ( cooc8 P. ) a Buddhist sect strict in the 
observance of the law, and rejecting the worship of priests 
and idols of other Buddhists. 
o8.Sc8S, 3c, 3c, adv. with a quiet steady rate of speed, as, co'c8^ 

c8.S, lc,3c,3c; also straight forward. 
c8.S, 4c, V. *oo^, 4c, to buy on credit; to borrow money on credit, 
c^8, 3o; to delay in acting or doing, as, JoSc^8^oSc^.S, 4m, 
3o, 4m, 4c. 
c66, 4c, 3o, V. the same. 
>, 4c, 3c, V. to buy on credit. 
c^.S, 4c, V. to keep a fire by placing a lighted stick with other sticks 

or in ashes. 
cSo', 4c, 4c, V. vide co, Ic. 

c^.S, 5c, 71. *co^, 5c, caryota urens, COQ^C^S, So, 5c. 
i^S, 3o, 71. *co^, 3o, a rope. 
jdSSo, 8o, 4o, 4o, n. a plumb Hne. 

^, 3o, 4c, 71. a gold chain. 

eg, 3o, 5c, 71. a piece of rope used to strengthen a weak point. 

->c8, 3o, Ic, 71. a twisted leather thong. 

so9, 3o, Ic, n. a rope made of the bark of the Co9, Ic, tree. 
cSoS, 3o, 4o, n. reins; a rope used in driving a buffalo when 

plowing. 
SoS, 3o, 4m, n. a fish line. 
'S, 3o, Ic, 3c, n. a cord blackened with coal used to make straight 

lines, a "clialk line," 

o5, 3o, 3o, n. a tether. 

c8^, 3o, 4in, n. a chain of iron. 



c^oSooS 188 

o^^SoS, So, 4in, n. a fish line. 

c^B, So, V. *c8^, 3c, to weigh goods in large quantities, more fre- 
quently, d^iS, 3o. 
c^S, Ic, V. to move lirapingly from numbness of limbs temporarily, 

as, ^'8'>Sc^S, 4o, Im, Ic, the buffalo limps, 
c^, Ic, V. part, a nominative or accusative particle; distinctive, 

as for, concerning. 
8oSc', Ic, Im, 2c, Ic, int. oh! alas! 
s6'8S(>c', Ic, 5o, Im, Ic, int. the same. 
o^, Ic, 4c, int. why! 
c^S, 3c, 5y. *coS, 3c, to be quiet, unmoved, as a god in meditation, 

vide c^Sc^S, 2c, 3c. 
c8S, 3c, . *coS, 3c, a jurisdiction extended over a region, a country, 

c^cSc5^S, 2c, 3c, Ic, 4o. 
c8, 4c, V. *ooS, 4c, to bum slowly in a smouldering manner, as 

a stump. 
coS, 5c, also 5o, v. to delay, procrastinate, used with coo, 3o. 
c8S, 2o, V. *co8, 2o, to stagger, reel as a drunken man. 
oo8, 2o, lo, V. the same. 

c8c85ooS, 2o, 3c, 2o, lo, adv. reelingly, in a drunken manner. 
c88, 2o, lo, V. to stagger, reel. 
^^6, 2o,3o, adv. feebly, in a dull manner, used of the shining 

of any light; swaying from side to side, 
c8, 4o, V. *coS, 4o, to brandish, fence. 

<^9^, 4o,4o, V. to guard one's self in fencing with short weapons. 
oo8, 4o, 4o, V. to guard one's self in fencing with long weapons. 
c86, 5o, n. *coS, oo, a female attendant upon a princess, a lady 

in waiting. 
'>cS, oo, 4o, n. a lady in waiting. 
, oo, 2c, n. the same (b.j. 
ijp^, 5o, Ic, n. the same. 
^l"^* 5o,4o, n. the common house lizard. 
c^, 5o, vide c^<S, 5o. 
c^oS, 2c, V. *coo5, 2c, sometimes 2o, to be insipid, tasteless; to 

be disgusted with, dislike 
oo, 2c, lo, V. the same as 1st def. 



190 c<S 

cSoScciS, 2c, 3o, V, to be disgusted with, dislike. 

c8o5c8oS, 3c, 3c, adv. with sharp pain as the sting of a scorpion, 

used with ^"^S, 3c. 
c8o5^c^, 4o, 4<o, adv. tolerably insipid, used with co8, lo. 
^cooS-ooS. 4<o, 4o, 4o, 4o; c8o5^o5, 4o, 40, 4c, 4c; 

coo5,oo5,4o, 4o, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

cS-jS, Ic, V. *co'>S. Ic, to put a liquid upon food. 

cfioS, Ic, V. *co^,lc,to overflow upon, to flow with a spreading 

motion. 
cS^S, Ic, v. *C098, Ic, to try out, as the fat of pork. 
c8^, 3c, v. *co9^, 3c, to be clear, pure, bright; to be happy. 
co8, 3c, 2o, v. the same. 

c6:o)9c6, 3c, Ic, 2c, Ic, v. to be happy in mind. 
cS, 3c, Ic, v. the same as c^'^S, 3c, 1st def. 
c8'>S, 4c, n. *cooS, 4c, lead. 
cS-^SS^S, 4c, 4c, adv. exceedingly, used with CoS, lo. 

coSc^S, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

c8^, 5c, 71. *cO'>S, 5c, a hard mass, as a lump of metal, w(fi? &', Ic. 
c8^, 4o, v. *CX)'>8, 4o, to incline, as a gun when fired; move in 

an inclined manner; more than cy, 3c, or co', 5o, vide vS8,4o 
Co'cc8/3'>S, 4o, 5o, Ic, Ic, V. to incline, bend in the same 

direction, not parallel, as two branches of a tree. 
cS-jS, 4o, (6th tone.) n. (K.j an erect timber in a house to which a 

partition is nailed, vide c8cp, 4m. 
c85, Ic, V. to drive in a wedge to make tight: n. what is thus 

driven in, infreg., vide cS, Ic 
c85, 4c, V. CO, 4c, to transude, ooze through, come out as water 

from a porous jar; to spring or bubble up as a spring of 

water, sometimes 5c. 
^S, 4c, 2c, V. the sam. 
c^S^S, 2o, 2o, adv. tolerably, a little, used with c^, 4m. 

q6/), 2o, 2o, 2o, 2o, adv. the same. 

c^cSoScS, 2o, 2o, adv. the same 

c^'S^5, 2o, 3o, I), to be very near setting, as the sun, znde /3^(S^(S, 

2o, 3o. 
f66, 3o, V *c6, 30) to melt as ice; to be melted as metal; to 



c6'8c8o5 191 

manifest a good inclination or willingness of mind, as, cc8oo 

c[c^(Sc8, 2c, 5c, 2c, 8o, Ic. 
d^^cg, 3o, Ic, , to be moved wiiii pleasure, happiness. 
g', 3o, 3c, V. to be in a happy exhilarated state of mind as a 

person under the influence of opium. 
c8^, 5o, V. *c6, 5o, to place a seed of the entada creeper on the foot 

and jump, a child's game, s&metimes c8S, 6o; ooS, Ic, 

(K.); cg<S, 2c, (C.S.). 
c^, 3c, . *co|, 3c, a name, c|, 2c, 6c. 

a8, 3c, Im, n. the same. 

0^, 3c, V. *co|, 3c, to be certain, sure. 
c^, 3c, 3c, V. the same. 
0^, 3c, vide eg, 3c. 
^8, 5c, V. *co, 5c, to stand as water in puddles or shallow 

stagnant pools, be marshy. 
c^8, 6c, V. *co, 5c, to arrange a fire so tiiat it will not go out. 
c^, 3o, V. *co|, 3c, to buy oo credit, vide c^.S, 4c; to delay in 

acting or doing, as, ^oSc68, 4m, 3o, also ^^oSc^8^oSc^.S, 4m, 

3o, 4m, 4c. 
BoSc^BJB'sS, 3o, Ic, 4c, Ic, . to live by credit. 

Q^, 3o, 3c, V. to buy <mi credit. 

c^Sd^8cooo"[, 3o, 3o, 5c, 3c, adv. vide coc^coco\, 5c, So, 5c, 3c. 

c88, 4o, n. *co\, 4c, a company, a party, a society. 

- co6, 4o, 3c, n. a religious society. 

'>c8, 4o, 5c, pr. those. 

-ac', 4o, 5c, pr. these. 

c^8, 5o, 71. *co, 5c, kind, sort; race, lineage; adv. with oc*, Ic, 

in this manner; with acaS, Ic, in that manner; a seed, 
"^8, 5o, 4o, n. race, lineage. 
"^ScSoSd^^*, 5o, 4o, 4m, 2c, n. the seven degrees of relationship, 

via,, g^, 2c, (, 2c, jarj^, 3c, or co^, 3c, -being the* three 

above, and o^JB, 3c, CO98, lo, cS^S, Ic, being the three 

below, including the person's self, 
"8Sc8o5o^<Sc8oSaDB, 5o, 4o, 4nn, 2c, 4m, So, 7t. the same. 
^8c8o5, 5o, 4o, 3o, ?;. to be bom of parents of the same race, 

to be unmixed in descent. 



192 c^B^S 

c88co8c^'^'>S, 5o, 3c, 5o, Ic, n. a princely race. 

-^cSSS, 5o, 2c, Ic, adv. of what sort? how? affixed. 

c^Sc-aS, 5o, 4<o, 4o, adv. of various kinds; c^^6^, 5o, lo^ 
lo, c^8<g[8^|^8, 6o, 4c, 4c. 

-ac', DO, 5c, adv. thus. 

3S, 5o, ^o, n. any substance introduced to cause fermentation^ 
yeast. 

co'i^^Sct^, 5o, 3c, 4o, 3o, n. race, linesige. 

&y3^, 5o, 4c, n. seed; seed grain. 

co8, 5o, 3c, n. yeast used in making liquor. 

CO*. 5o, 5c, adv. (C S.) thus. 

88, 5o, Ic, adv. vide c^'^cS^, 5o. 2c, Ic. 

^^c^Sj^j, 5o, Ic, 5o, Ic, adv. how ? confusedly, incoherently. 

c88.S8, 5o, 5o, adv. intensive, used with co6, lo. 

cg.Sjop, 2c, 4c, V. (csSoDDl B.) to be haughty, insolent. 

-coco*, 2c, 4c, Ic, lo; opf> 2c, 4c. 4c, 4c, . the same. 

coBjyB, 2c, 2c, adv. in a careless, insolent manner ; an intensive 
used with o, lo, very knotty. 

CO.S, 3c, V. *c8S, 3o, to undermine by driving against, as a swift 
current the bank of a river, vide ooJi), 3c. 

co^, 3c, V. vide co^, 5c. 

cgJD, 4c, n. *c8.8, 4o, a Karen, generally used of a Red Karen, 
ooScSS, 4o, lo. 

c85, 4c, lo, n. a Red Karen. 

cgJB, 4c, n. (C. S.) a funnel, anyiiiing done up in the shape of 
a funnel, vide mcS, 2o. 

cgJD, 4c, V. *c8^, 4o, to make into a package or bundle by gather- 
ing the ends of the wrapper together and tying a string 
around them, as, ao,Sco^8i, 4c, 4c, 3c, a parcel of curry 
thus wrapped up; hence o^^So^coS, lo, Im, lo, 4c, a long 
tapering end. 

BiScSc^"!, 4c, 4o, 4o, Ic, V. to tuck up one's clothing about 
the waist. 

^Sao^, 4c, 4o, 4c. n. a bundle of meat wrapped up to bury 

in coals, for the purpose of roasting. 

- J6', 4c, 4m, n. a tick, alw coJd^, 4c, 4m. 



cg885 193 

co.SciSco^^tS', 4c, 2c, 4c, 2o, v. to be gathered together and tied 

up as a rent in a garment. 
58, 4c, Ic, n. the knot of hair worn by men and women, 

(Hsenwi) -mde s^c^jdS, 4o, 3c. 
coB, 4c, V, (K.) to dive into with the hand; to take up by the 

hand; to retail, xndt Qoh, 4o. 
coB, 4c, adv. *c8Jd, 4o, with the knees drawn up, is, -acScg^, 3c, 

4c, to sit with the knees drawn up in front. 
c8coc8^, 4c, 3c, 4c, 4o, adv. the, same. 
co.Scco9co^, 4c, 3c, 3c, adv. with a very small bottom but with 

bulging sides, as a vase, co, lo. 
coiDCO^c8i5c8JD, 4c, 4c, 4o, 4o, adv. a little here and there of 

different kinds, as, ^o5co^cg>Sc8.Sc8^,4m, 4c, 4c, 4o, 4o. 
co>8, 5c, n. *c8^, 00, space within an angle, a comer. 
- c86, 5c, 2m, n. a comer, 
co^, 5c, V. to have the sides of the forehead high running back 

pointedly into the hair, used with -sc^cSd^, 3c, 2o. 
co5, 5c, V. *c8J5, 5o, to pierce, penetrate, as a thorn, co^coB,5o, 5c. 

co^, 5c, 5o, V. the same. 

c8, 5c, Ic, V. to pierce the heart, hurt the feelings, as, cco5^ 

cgi5c^, 3o, 4o, 5c, Ic. 
co, Ic, V. *c85, lo, to dig into, excavate, as the part of a 

substance. 
coS, 2c, n. *c8S, 2o,(coS B.) a coverlet, a loose covering used 

for sleeping, cfc'[o', 3c, Ic. 
co5, 2c, V. *c8S, 2o, to pull, draw, i^de cO'aS, Ic. 
oo-^S, 2c, Ic; c^oS, 2c, 5c, v. the same. 
cgS, 2c, V. part, the same as coS, 2c. 
oo8c8S, 2c, lo, adv. unsteadily, totteringly, reelingly. 
cgSoo8, 2c, 2c, adv. intensive, loudly, used witli c9, 4c. 
cg, 3c, 71. *c8, 3o, an umbrella, ivVfe c8, 4c, 

- '/^S, 3c, 5o, n. an umbrella made of two or more layers of paper. 
- '^, 3c, 4c, n. a golden umbrella, vide c8^, 4c, 4c. 
oo'So, 3c, 4c, Im, n. a green umbrella used only by persons of 

rank. 
- 8>S8S, 3c, 2c, 2c, n. a cloth umbrella. 



194 cg^c8c 

coS<B^, 3c, 2o, n. a white umbrella. 

coSy Sc, n. a rule, precedent, vide jaQOCoS, 5c, 5c, 2c, a way, man- 
ner, custom ; a kind, ogSi^, 3c, 3c; adv. figain; moreover. 
coS, 3c, sometimes 2c, v. part, a direct interrogative particle, as, 

coSo'>S, 3c, lo, is it sweet? 
opS, 4c, 11. (C. S.) a monastery, znde g)S, 4c. 

ooS, 4c, *c88, 4o, (coS B.)to fix the eyes upon, give a scrutiniz- 
ing glance, ogSoo'[, 4c, Ic. 
coSj^S, 4c, 4c, adv. exceedingly, applied to red, as, c8SooSc^8, 

lo, 4c, 4c, to be very red. 

ooSq, 4c, 4c, 4o, 4o; coSyS, 4c, 4c, 4o, 4o, adv. the sam. 

co8, 5c, n. *c8S, 5o, a collection of hair the false hair used by 

a person. 
ogS, 5c, V. *c8S, 5o, to be slightly tainted, as meat, S^ScgS, 

Im, 5c. 
cooS, 2c, V. *c8oS, 2o, to pervade, to be diffused throughout. 
-p6, 2c, 3o, V. to be difiFosed, scattered over a broad, wide 

space. 
c8o5, 2c, 2o, V. to be diffused. 
c8cgo5c8oS, 2c, 3c, 2c, 2o, v. the same. 
o88, 2o, 3m, V. to pervade, be diffused over all parts; to be 

extensively known, notorious. 
- oo8, 2c, 3c, V. to pervade, to be full, complete. 
oooS, 2c, V. to moor, as a boat. 
cooS, 3c, n. a kind of drag used for pulling heavy things, as timbers ; 

V. to pull such a drag for any purpose. 
cgoScgoS, 3c, 3c, adv. murmuringly, with a low, continuous sound. 
cxjoScooS, 3c, 3c, 3o, 3o; c8o5c8aS, 3c, 3c, 3o, 3o, adv. 

the same. 
oooSooS, 4c, 4c, adv. very insipidly, coS, lo; also used with oooS, 

3o, ooo5vpcgo5.goS, 3o, 4o, 4c, 4c, with few words. 
cg'>^, Ic, V. *c8cS, lo, to be raised in the centre and convex; 

to rise as a welt after a blow ; n. a projection, a promontory, 

more than, JD'^S, 4c. 
cocp, Ic, lo, V. the .Ham?; to have many protuberances; adv. 

uneven, S^f eg -^SS^ScQc;^, Im, Ic, Ini, ]o. 



c^cy 195 

CO'^S, Ic, v^ *Cocp, lo, to join one's self to another's family ; to 

board with anoth^*; to use anything that belongs to another ; 

to covet the property or attainments of another, vide "g', Ic; 

to enter sympathetically into the feeling of another. 
- B-aS, Ic, Ic, V. to board with another. 
CoSogoSo^, Ic, 4o, Ic, 4o, . to share another's happiness; to 

congratulate. 

OOco'>Soo8, Ic, 2c, Ic, 4c, V. to live with another. 

CDoS, Ic, 3o, V. to put in a word that does nort concern the 

speaker. 

08888, Ic, 3c, 60, V. to rest under another's house or tree. 

cg-^S, 3c, n. *c6oS, 3o, a squirrel; "^^jj^-S, Ic, 3c, (K.). 

-sc', 3c, 2c, n. a species of small squirrel. 

c58S, 3c, 4o, n. a large black squirrel with yellow belly; a 

species of ichneumon or mongoose. 
CQ, 3c, Ic, n. a black squirrel, wlw', Ic, 5c. 
cSS, 3c, lo, n. the red squirrel. 
O'SfS, 3c, Ic, n. a ilying squirrel, oSjdgco^, 2o, 4c, 4c. 

S& ' ^^' ^^' ^' ^" ordinary squirrel. 

cgS, 4c, V. *c8'>S, 4o, to insert a thing between two surfaces, 

as a piece of thatch to replace an old one; to be parallel 

with a given surface, as a furrow with respect to the surface 

of the land. 
00], 4c, Ic, V. to glance sideways with the eyes, while the face 

looks forward, 
coa^", 4c, adv. (K. and C. S.) small in size or quantity, vide j38o5, 4c. 
c8, 4c, 3c, adv. (K.and C. S.) vide j^cSo^B, 4c, 3c. 
coaSc-aS, 4c, 4c, adv. exceedingly, applied to the purity of 

anything, oSog'Scg'jS, Ic, 4c, 4c. 
cgoScp'?? , 4c, 4c, adv. unmoved; directly overhead as the sun at noon. 
OO'^S, 5c, V. co'jS, 5o, to dig out, clear away as weeds and 

bushes, 00.S, 3o; ^K.) to dip out, as with a spoon. 
oovS, 2c, V. *c8(S, 2o, to entice, as fish with a bait, cotSoi, 2c, Ic; 

to draw along, persuade; to set on as one person to quarrel 

with another; to draw out another person's mind or wishes 

indirectly, c6, 4o, 



196 c^'coiS 

COcSopcScS, 2c, 4o. Ic, V. to draw out the mind of another. 

-~ c8cSoo8c8cp, 2c, Bm, 5c, Bni, v. to do anything in play. 

91 <g- 2c, Ic, 40, V. to be indirect in speech, in order to gain 

some end. 
coS, 3c, 7'. *Co6*, 3o, to fall or touch below a mark aimed at; to 

bend or sweep down, as a bird in flight. 

oo,S, 3c, 4o, V. the ,s(ime. 

coS, 3c, V. *c8S, 3o, to wilt, wither as a planted tree, xAde cS, 3c. 

C06, 3c, 4o, V. to wilt or wither and hang down. 

cSo5, 3c, 3o, II to be faint from loss of blood. 
'3Q'S88, 3c. 3o, DO, V. to be weak and tired. 
cgS*, 4c, V. '^ cots', 4o, to eat sparingly, as of unpalatable food; 

generally used in the couplet, coSc8S, 4c, 4o. 

c6(S.3 8, 4c, 4o, Ic, V. the same. 

co6'co6', DC, 5c, adv. with a smacking sound, vide coSxiS, 3o, 3o 

cgcS, vide eg. 

cg% Ic, 71. vide (^SS'S^co'' , 3c, Im, Ic. 

cg^g", Ic, 4c, adv. faintly, indistinctly whether far away or near, 

vide Q^Q*, 4c, 4c. 
eg', 2c, n. (osgoSB.) an eye tooth, used principally to describe 

one of the relics of Gaudama, co^coo^, 2c, 2c. 
coS, 2c, 5o, n. the small rudimentary tusk of a tuskless male 

or a female elephant, 
eg', 3c, V. 00', 3o, to help, aid, assist; to speak in aii earnest 

manner for. 
j5eg'og.S, 3c, 5c, 3c, 3c, v. to support, assist. 

O^-S, 3c, 4c, V. to afford aid in war. 

co'sccg'i^o, 3c, Ic, 3c, 4c, v. to give personal assistance; to give 

help tliat amounts to something. 

^, 3c, lo, V. the 'iame as eg', 3c. 

ob-eo, 3c, lo, 5c, 5c; 0'>S, 3c, Ic, v. the same. 

/sQ^Seg'^S, 3c, Im, 3c, 4o, v. to give physical aid. 
cg'cg', 3c. 3c. ad7'. intensive, used with c6, 4m, very sweet. 

eg*. 4c, <'. *oo', 4o, (^8 H. ) to cleave to, cling to; have an appetite 
for, to liankcr after, vide cotSog', 4c, 4c, 

^'J, Ic, 4c, v. the same. 



cgcg-^^S 197 

oo', 4c, V. to be handsome. 

Co8, 4c, 4c, V. the same, vxilgar. 

co'g', 4c, 4c, V. to yield gradually to the ravages of disease. 

eg', 4c, V. (h B.j to spy out, as a detective. 

co^, 6c, n. *co^, 5o, a viss, a weight equal to one hundred ticals, 

or 3j^ pounds avoirdupois ; one hundred rupees. 
cp'cO'sS, 5c, 5c, n. a kind of native steelyard or Roman balance, 

consisting of a lever suspended near one of its extremities, 

on the longer arm of which the counterpoise slides along. 

A small iron tongue in the handle indicates the variations 

in the equilibrium, co*(j^^cSd|, 5c, 3c, Ic. 
^'Sii^ ' ^^> ^^' ^' '* ^ steelyard suspended by a cord and having 

the longer arm notched, 
eg', 5c, n. *cxd', 5o, the wife of an official, a princess, a lady; 

vid ocS, 4o, as, S^Sco'S'^SocS, Im, 5c, Im, 4o. 
CO, Ic, n. *co, lo, the top, summit; a leader, ruler, S'^cooO'sS 

eg, Im, 3c, Im, Ic, vide c&, 4c. 
OdS, Ic, lo, n. used of a Buddha implying the summit of rank 

(b.) also cg<S, Ic, Ic, cgoSS, Ic, lo. 
- ?i'^j Ic, 4o, n. the ridge of a roof. 
CO, Ic, n. a fish trap. 

CD'S, Ic, 4c, adv. in a very wilted condition yo, 2m. 
cg^. 2c, 2c, adv. slightly bitter, used with '^, lo; (K.) 4c, 4c. 
CO. 2c, V. *co, 2o, to put into; to immerse, submerge; to dwell 

among strangers, coc^ 8 'S, 2c, 3o, 3o. 
-^cS, 2c, Ic, adv. with many sorts together. 
- 9c, 2c, 5c, V. the same as eg, 2c, 2nd def. 
eg, 4c, n. *cS, 4o, the measure of length spanned by the thumb 

and forefinger ; t^. to measure that length. 
ooc^, 4c, 4o, V. the same as 2nd def. 
eg, 4c, V. *cS, 4o, to follow, 

jD"['c/3r?'^, 4c, 3c, 2c, Ic, conj. according as. 
^|, 4c, 2c, V. the same as eg, 4c. 
dg|c8o5c8o5, 4c, 2c, 2m, 2m, v. to follow at a distance or secretly 

for the purpose of watching, 
cpS^S, 4c, Ic, 3o, V, to do as an accommodation to others. 



198 c'ooS 

cooo8c8>S, 4c, Ic, 2o, V. to hunt. 

^c8/3Q^, 4c, 2c, Ic, cory. according as. 

-coS, 4c, Ic, V. to follow after. 

CO, 4c, 4o, V. to go with the wind. 

coe, 5c, 5c, adv. very nearly, applied to darkness, cOtSoSScg^, 

4c, 2c, 5c, 5c, twilight. 

c^^, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c; cSo, 5c, 5c, 5o, 5o, adv. the same. 

0O'[, Ic, adv. used with S'^S, Im, to have a very bad odour. 
^8, lo, V. to go with leaps; n, a panther, named from the way 

it leaps, COS] 8, 5c, lo. 
CO, Ic, n. *c8, Ic, the mind; the most essential part of anything. 
/j'sS, Ic, 2c, V. to be plucky, stout-hearted; to be hard-hearted, 

pitiless. 

jD'^c^^cp, Ic, 2c, Ic, 2o; /d^c^SS, Ic, 2c, Ic, lo, v. the .same. 

fiS, Ic, 5c, V. to have difficulty in breathing; to be stifled, 

almost suffocated as with smoke; to pant. 
-8cS, Ic, 2o, V. to be plucky, stout-hearted; to be firm, stub- 
born; to be tenacious of life. 
JDCpc^SS, Ic, 2o, Ic, lo, V. the same. 
-/^S, Ic, lo, V. to be at rest, quiet in mind, untroubled. 

'f}^^, Ic, Ic, n. a knot of a skein of cotton. 

-/^oS, Ic, 5o, V. to be crooked, cunning in dealing with others : 

\xi be put out of temper; opposed to c^o^S, Ic, 3c. 
j^oSc^tc^, Ic, 5o, Ic, 4c; ooSc^88, Ic, 5o, Ic, oin, v. 

the sam^e. 

j^, Ic, '3c, V. to be not clear in mind. 

-aB, Ic, 2c, V. to have weak feelings, to be without zeal or ardor; 

Ui be close, rather niggardly; to have a slight hold on life. 
>ocg8, Ic, 2c, Ic, lo, z;. to be without any zeal or desire for 

effort. 
/^6, Ic, 5c, V. to be changeable in mind. 

'^5^"2l~21' ^*^' ^^' ^^' "^^' "^^i ^- ^^ ^^ delirious, wander in mind. 

-Do5, Ic, 2o, V. to die. 

x>'^, Ic, Ic, V. to })e high-spirited. 

o-sScgc^, Ic, Ic, Ic, 4c ; O'sScgo', Ic, Ic, Ic, 4c, v. the .saiiir. 

%>'>C, Ic, 5o, V. to be indifferent, lazy. 



cc5S 199 

cS^'aScSj^SaS, Ic, 5o, Ic, lo, v, the same. 

"86, Ic, lo, t;. to be firm, unyielding ; to be stubborn, obstinate 

oo5c8cc^, Ic, 4jo, Ic, 4c, v. to have a dislike, to be angered. 

"ScoS, Ic, 3c, Ic, n. the sense of smell. 

jso^y', Ic, 40,50, 53. to be sick at the stonaach, c^Sc^*, Ic, 

4c, Ic, 5o. 
^'sS, Ic, 3c, u. to be angry; to bold the breath tlMtmgh fiaght 
c', lc,3o, t). to be of an easy disposition. 
w:^, Ic, 4c, V. vide c^j^oS, Ic, 5o. 
oo5, Ic, 4c, V. to have the mind fixed on, to be attached to; 

to hanker after, covet. 
ocxSc^cg', Ic, 4c,lc, 4c; co<5c^8cp, Ic, 4c, lc,4o; co^'c^ 

^, lc,4c,lc,3c, V. the same. 
c&jScScg, Ic, 3c, Ic, Ic, t>. to be pure-minded. 

oo^c^o', Ic, 2c, Ic, Ic, V. to have the heart beat violently. 

a0"[O01, lc,2c,2c, V. (ooooooB.) to be pleased, feel pieasantiy 
oSS, Ic, 3m, V. to lose regard for; to die. 

co8, Ic, Ic, V. to be proud, mde ^o5ap8, 4m, Ic. 

CO, Ic, 3c, V. to have a mind for, to like; also to have clandes- 
tine intercourse. 
- coc^oi^g, lc,3c, Ic, 4c, V. the same. 

388, Ic, 3c, V. to be straightforward, upright. 

- dSScScoo'i', Ic, 3c,lc,2c, V. the same. 
:S, Ic, Ic, . to be pure-minded. 

X)^, Ic, Ic, t;. to be lacking in understanding, half-witted. 
301, Ic, Ic, n. the sense of sight 

c8cS, lc,4m, n. a wick, also c^cfo'c8cS, Ic, 4c, 4m, 
cS-sS, Ic, Ic, n. the pulse at the ankle 

cSaSc^^S, lc,lc,lc,4c, n. the pulse, 

op8, Ic, Ic, n. the sense of touch. 

00, Ic, Ic, V. to be settled in mind. 

ioSc^oS, Ic, 2o, Ic, Ic, V. to be steady, settled in mind and 

purpose. 

3j?o5i lc,2c, V. to beat; to have the heart beat. 

c8S, Ic, Ic, V. to feel regret for the absence or loss of some 

valued thing or friend; to long for. 



200 cgc3 

c6ociDc6'>c'[, Ic, 4c, Ic, Ic, V. to be slow and heavy in mind. 

9C, Ic, Ic, V. to ramble in mind from one subject to another. 

'>c.Sc6'>c'[, lc,2o, Ic, Ic, V. to be dull; to be stubborn. 
-a^, Ic, 2c, V. to have the desire in advanced life to imitate 
the young in dress and manner. 

'^, Ic, Ic, i;. to be steady, settled in mind or purpose. 

o'^j, Ic, 4c, V. to desire; wish for. 

8o5c8^o5, Ic, 4c, Ic, 4c, V. to be quick-tempered, easily provoked 

c^o5, lc,4c, V. to die. 

ooSc6"Oo5, Ic, 4c, Ic, So, V. the same. 

ySc^c88, Ic, 2c,lc, 4o, V. to understand, apprehend. 

Qo5' Ic, 4c, V. to be irritable, easily oflPended; to be cross. 

ooSc^cooS, lc,4c, lc,4c, v. the same. 

oo', lc,4c, n. coals covered with ashes to preserve fire; a wick. 

ct)', Ic, lo, V. to be quick in learning anything; to have a 

good intellect. 
c^^'sScScSd', Ic, 4c, Ic, 4c, n. the same as c60o', Ic, 4c, 1st def. 

c, lc,4c, V. to be high-spirited. 

cScS'O'^S, lc,4c, Ic, Ic, V. the same. 

W.8S8, Ic, 2o, lo, V. to indulge in imagination, to be dissipated 

in thought and feeling. 

w^, Ic, 3c, V. lo be firm in mind; to be stubborn. 

- ^oSc^J^<S, Ic, Sc, Ic, 4c; w^c^*^, Ic, 3c, Ic, 2o, v. the 

same. 
8, Ic, Ic, V. to give up (Mie's purpose through want of firmness; 

to be slightly deranged. 
-8c^S, Ic, Ic, Ic, lo, V. the same. 
^8c8, Ic, 2c, Ic, tJ. to be out of sorts; to be nnwelL ^c8c6, 

2c, Ic, Ic; to be unclean, applied to tiie passions, v'ld-e 

c^^cS. Ic, 2c, Ic. 
' Ic, 3c, V. to be angry. 
u'c^c^oS, Ic, 3c, Ic, 2o; w^c^jj^-jS, Ic, 3c, Ic, 5c, v. the same. 

^0, Ic, 4c, n. tl)e pulse at the wrist. 

^OOO, Ic, 4o, T'. to he slow to anger, to be patient. 

coiSoO'^S, Ic, .'k), 4o, V. to be unsteady, changeable in mind. 

c6, Ic, Ic, V. lo fee! resentment, be angry, vide c6', Ic, 3c. 



c 201 

cSc6oo*JD, Ic, Ic, 3c, 2c, V. to have malevolent feelings. 

c6Jd, Ic, 5m, v. to be dispirited, cast down, dejected, sorrowful. 

cS^cS-ac', Ic, 5m, Ic, 5c, v. the same. 

c8S, Ic, 4o, V. to be clear in mind. 

c8^, Ic, 5c, n. the sense of taste. 

o8. Ic, Ic, V. to have a good disposition; to be sane. 

CO, Ic, 5c, V. to change one's mind; give up one's purpose 

through discouragement; to be deranged. 
coc6|, Ic, 5c, Ic, 2c, V. the same. 
ooS, Ic, lo, n. the breath of life. 

:0oS. Ic, 40, V. to be unsteady in mind. 

^o8, Ic, -ic, V. the same as cpooS, Ic, 4c. 

o>Sc838, Ic, 2o, Ic, lo, V. to be unsettled in mind. 

o', Ic, 4c, V. to be high-spirited. 

JToS, Ic, 4c, V. to be brave, fearless. 
(?oSc8(p'S, Ic, 4c, Ic, lo. V. the same. 

foS, Ic, 4c, V. vide c3a5, Ic, 4c. 

^SoptS, Ic, 2m, 3c, V. to be sullen, uncomfortable in mind, to 

be cast down. 
qj 8069', Ic, 4c, Ic, 5o, V. to be sick at the stomacli, to be unwell. 

jj. Ic, Ic, 74. the sense of hearing. 

5?, Ic, 3c, V. to be unsettled, dissipated in thought or feeling. 

i^cSjp', Ic, 3c, Ic, 4o, V. the same. 

?', Ic, 5o, V. to be angry, feel resentment. 
]i^', Ic, 3c, V. vide c^coS, Ic, 4c. 

j^'cSco6', Ic, 3c, Ic, 4c, V. the same. 

^c8, Ic, 2c, Ic, V. to be out of sorts, not well. 

/sSSSSSS, Ic, Ic, 4c, 3c, V. to trust, rely on thoroughly, body 

and soul. 

^^, Ic, 2c, V. to have confidence or reliance in another. 

r^'3^, ]c, 3o, V. to be weak minded, infirm of purpose; to be 

disappointed. 

y3^'>Sc^j3g>S, Ic. 3o, Ic, 2c, v. to be of a tender, yielding dis- 

position. 
- /ag^, Ic, 2c, V. to express anger; to die. 
c^, 3c, V. *c8. 3c, to be ti'ue, certain, vide c^8, 3c. 
26 



202 00 c6 

c6, 4c, V. *c8, 4c, to look after, visit, see after. 

9cp, 4c, 4o, V. the same. 

c6, 4c, V. part, denoting motion towards, as, |8CO]lcp, 4c, 4c, 

4c, 4c, or |ooltc^, 4c, 2c, 4c, 4c. 
c8, 5c, V. *c6, 5c, to employ about some business, service; to com- 
mission, order, send. 
jy\^, 5c, 2c, V. to send, to cause to go from one place to another; 

motion from. 
-|t, 5c, 4c, V. the same', motion towards. 
c6, Ic, V. *c6, lo, to drive a wedge in order to make tight; n. 

a wedge, rarely CO, lo, or CO, lo. 
3 lc ^^1 V. to be made tight by wedging. 
5J.Q,. lc,4c, Ic, V. to insert small bits of wood or reed into the 

pierced ear to enlarge the hole. 
c8, 4c, V. CO, 4o, to taste of, try by tasting. 

- ^oocS, 4c, 4o; CO, 4c, Ic, V. the same. 

cS. 4c, V. to ooze out, c8^, 4c. 

CO, Im, adv. from the beginning of, as, coco, 5c, Im, sometimes 

written cS, Im. 
^38, Ira, 3o, adv. the sam. 
CO, 4m, V. *c6, 4o, to be sweet, as sugar. 
co'co', 4m, 3c, 3c, v. to be very sweet. 

CO, 4ni, V. to be salt, breickish, as sea water, coco(Sc8(S', 4m. 2o. 2o. 
CO. lo. 71. a wedge. 
cO, 2o, v. to be irreverently talkative, COoS-pc6,S, 3o, 4o, 2o, 2o, 

used of children. 
CO, 2o, 2o, V. the same. 

The fifth letter of the Shan Alphabet and the second in the 
class of palatals. 

00, 5c, n. *o8, 5c, a light openwork basket for carrying fruit, Sic. 
00, 5c, f. *o8, 5c, to think over in the mind, to compute, calculate 
in the mind, estimate. 

?^' '^^j '^^' ^' ^^ same. 

CO, 5c, io, V. Lo gues^, estimate, calculate. 



oD^gS 203 

co-oco\fi\2, 8c, 5c, 2c, 2c, 6c, n. (oDooolSP.) the second state 

attained by an areeyah. 
vS, 8c, 5c, 2c, 2c, 5c, 3o, n. ( 8 P. j the duties of 

the second state. 
wjDOO'^S, 3c, 5c, 2c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, 2o, n. ( ^^BS"^? ^0 

one who has performed the duties of the second state. 
. cSdcocd'>S, 3c, 5c, 2c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, 2o, n. ( ocogoE P.) 

one who has attained the reward of the second state. 
cSp8, 3c, 5c, 2c, 2c. 5c, 2c, n. ( ^S P.) the reward of 

the second state. 
OD^jdSoS, 3c, 5c, 3m, n. (oomcpSsP.) an era, epoch, date, year, 

also 3o, 5c, 3m. 
00^, 4c, V. *cSS, 4jc, to strike repeatedly with a short quick 

motion; to peck as a fowl; to strike at, as a snake. 
OD^, 4c, V. part, a particle denoting separation; than, in compari- 
son; infreq.f vide coo, Ic. 

001, 4c, 2c, adv. once, one time. 

''', 4c, Ic, adv. a little, also 4c, 2c. 

uSS, 4c, 3o, adv. a kind. 

co', 4c, Ic, adv. a little, cdS^sSoS, Ic, 4c. 

^3^, 4c, 3c, adv. the same. 

OO^jgjg, 4c, 4c, V. (c^@08 P.) a superior order of nats in the second 

stage (oo]oc8oo|, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c,) of the inferior celestial 

world (^ScS, 4o, Ic,), vide oS^j^jt, 4c, 4c. 
OD.S, 5c, V. *cBS, 5c, to wash by beating. 
od', 5c, 2o, v. to wash and rinse. 

ooSoo^co'co^, 5c, 5c, 3c, 3c, adv. with perfect quiet, cS S, Im. 
00.S, 2o, n. *c8^, 2c, a pestle of any kind; a ramrod; 

(K.) 4o, 

joS, 2o, 3c, n. a ramrod. 

o-jS, 2o* 3o, n. a pestle with a flat end, used for cleaning 

partially pounded paddy. 
-^ccSoS, 2o, 5c, 5c n. a pestle commonly used in the kitchen. 
.S, 2o, 4c, ,*. the same as oo^cS, 2o, lo. 
38, 2o, 4c, n. a hand pestle. 
- gS, 2o, 4c, n. a foot pestle used in cleaning paddy. 



204 od8^' 

OD^cS, 2o, lo, n. a pestle with a somewhat pointed end used 

for pounding paddy. 
odS, 2o, v. to beat as the heart, c^OoS, Ic, 2o, 
oo<ScoS, ^o, 2o, adv. brilliantly, used with (^S, 2o. 
odS, ;io, t;. *o8^, 3c, to remain, be left, as not comprised, as 

fruit left after a portion has been collected, or food iefl 

after eating; n. that which remains. 

co', 'io, lo, n. one who has narrowly escaped death. 

-d'jSc8.8, 'io, 3o, So, n. what is left after others have had their 

choice. 
odJ5, iJo, V. *c8S, 3c, (%ocS B.) to oflPer, present, ai> to a priest 

or a king. 

-x>'S, 3o, So, V. ( coS B.) to offer or present to a king. 

ooo^oS, 3o, 4c, So, 2o, V. to offer respectfully. 

-g".^, 3o, 2c, V. to pay revenue. 

^:>Soo.S3, 3o, 2c, 3o, Ic, v. to pay an annual revenue. 

-c8S, 3o, Ic, V. to give or send something to an official. 

-'j^crS, 3o, 3c; cjj^oSoo^c^S, 3o, 3c, 3o, Ic, v. the same. 

odSod\, So, 2c, v. (oooSooO B.) to be moderate, to obtain ease, 

\ye comfortable, to recuperate. 
oo.SccS, 3o, 2c, n. oooSeoo P.) witness, testimony, evidence; 

standard, rule, when used as a witness. 
odJd, 4-0, V. (K.j to paw, as a pony, zrule coS, 2o. 
odS, 4>o, adv. (K.y well, always combined with (jj, 5c, vide coS, -he, 
odSS, 5c, 4o, v. to be not level, have one side higher than the 

other; to lie on one s side, vide 08.BS, 3c, io. 
OD/^S, 5c, 4c, ;t. (K. and C. S.) vide odcjd^, 5c, 2c. 
oOoTD^, 5c, 2c, n. a name applied to the "o-^Sco^/gi*, Ic, 3c, 4c, 

iome times' oo^c/d] , 3c, 2c. 

y38Soo|, 5c, 2c, 2c, 2c, n. tlie same. 

00^18, 5c, 4c, n. vide ooJ5/g|i, 4c, 4c. 

OD/gji, 5c, 4c, (oo(^08 B.) sugar, zmle >^8oo/g|8, lo, 5c, 4c. 

coS, Ic, pr. *dSS, Ic, what.^ jD]CoS, 3c, Ic. 

ooS, Ic, can), if, vide ao'^, 4c. 

-^oSjlc, Ic, adv. thus, in that manner; if so. 

>% Ic, Ic, adv. thus, in this maiitier, if so. 



OD 



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oao', Ic, 4c, conj. if ^b.j. 

cSBS, Ic, 2m, conj. if. 

co^, Ic, 4c; o\, Ic, 3c, conj. the same. 

ooS, 2c, V. *o8, 2c, to come out with force, infreq., vide ooS, 2c. 

coS, 2c, V. *o88, 2c, to instruct, give instruction. 

jg, 2c, 4o, V. to send information or instructions by others. 

- ^o-sS, 2c, Ic, v. to instruct, communicate; to discipline, punish. 

- cooS, 2c, 3o, V. to give instructions, to direct by instructions. 

ooSjDjp, 2c, 5c, 5c, n. (ooBooP.) help, assistance. 

QiscSop, 2c, 5c, 5c, 4c, 2c, 4c, ri. ( -oOGpsccogolg B.) 

the four rules of kindness by which kings ought to govern. 

coSjd|, 2c, 2c, v. (ooo6o P.) to doubt, suspect; 7*. doubt, suspicion, 
d88oj^c8Sp, 4m, 2c, 4m, 4c; also o^o^o^Suig, 4c, 2c, 
4c, 4c. 

ooS>8jD, 2c, 5c, 5c, n. ^oolSoo P.) a consecrated property. 

oo6"ooo^]j, 2c, 5c, 5c, 4c, n. (ooSooooGpsP.) the state of subjec- 
tion to the operation of the four prime causes, JD, 2o, cp, Ic, 
j3^oo, 5c, 5c, /30]^|o, 2c, 2c, 5c. 

CDS'!, 2c, 2c, n. (ooaSoP.j any member of the Buddhist priest- 
hood; the priesthood collectively, also 2o, 2c. 

ODc|, 2c, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. ( oop P. ) an assembly of priests 

repeating in concert the communications of Buddha. 

CoS'Oicj, 2c, 2c, 5c, 11. (ooSlc) P.) the mutability of creatures seen 
in their continual destruction and reproduction. 

"^1*' ^^' ^^' ^^' ^^' ^- ^^^ ^^^ ^^ mutability. 

co8'O|^^''>?00"[, 2c, 2c, 5o, 2c, 2c, n. (ooSl6j<^|^o P.) that ele- 
ment of being which pertains to destructibleness and reproduc- 
tiveness. 

coSc"^cSpS, 2c, 2c, 4c, n. ^ooc^o^l P.) environs, places which sur- 
round another place. 

OoScosji, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. ^oooOGp P.) the whole existence of any being 
throughout successive transmigrations; future existence. 

oo5oc^/5, 2c,2c, 5c, n. (oScooP.) fear; fear of the consequences 
of sin in a future state, also 2o,2o, 5c. 

ooS(j"8, 2c, 2c, adv. used with oS, 4o. 

OoSc6d9, 4c, 4c, n. (ooezBoP.) a ship, infreq., also 4o, 4o. 



206 * ooSoD^jodSS 

005, 5c, 71. *oSS, 5c. a post or upright frame, as one for vines and 

creepers to ascend; >r3Q~S9Soo5, 2c, 3c, 5c, to reject what is 

or will be a source of support or advantage. 
^S* 5c, 2c, 71. the upright sticks or withes in the weaving of 

a basket. 
OdS, 5c, V. *oSS, 5c, to rest a while from travel or business, remain 

still, quiet, as a burden bearer arriving from a distance; to 

reside temporarily 
^y 5c, Ic, V. to consider, revolve in the mind, think over. 

ri^iTl' ^^' ^^' ^^' ^^' ""' ^^^ ^dTne. 

006, lo, n. *o88, Ic, a'Brahma, a being superior to men and nats, 

inhabiting the highest celestial regions, SSooSoaS'sS, ^o, 
lo, 4o, 4o. 

00 S, lo, V. *o8S, Ic, to make loose, puffy by stirring up. 

coS, lo, 4o. V. the same. 

od6, lo, V. *oSS, Ic, to pull out or separate from, as bad grass 
from thatch. 

03808s, lo, 4c, also lo, 4o, adv. brilliantly. 

OdScoS, lo, 5o, <y. to be idle, restless, migratory. 

odSoS, lo, 4o, adv. brilliantly. 

oSSoS, lo, 4o, Ic, 4c, adv. the same. 

odS, 2o, n. *oSS, 2c, a probationer for the priesthood. 

X), 2o, 4o, n. a booth or temporary building erected for priests 

to receive offerings in. 

'joccS, 2o, 5c, 4c, n. a devotee, an ascetic. 

sjcdS, 2o, 5c, 4c, n. the same. 

coS, 2o, 4c, n. a person who is going through the ceremonies 

preceding the entrance upon the novitiate or period of proba- 
tion for the priesthood. 

ODC, 2o, V. to prepare, make ready. 

y5c<S, 2o, Ic, 4o, V. to get ready. 

OoS, 2o, n. prefix to the name of a youth or young man who heis 
entered the novitiate. 

oo5/5^, 2o. 4o, n. ^ooo^Sg B.) the yellow robe of a priest. 

ocoS, 2o, 4o, 5c, 2c, n. a priest's garment offered in the 

month of /3c85, oc, 2c. 



cx> 



SjgaS 207 



ooS/30?"5, 2o, 4o> 4c, n. a priest's garment spun and woven at one 
sitting; a covering wrapped around pagodas or idols. 

cob, ^, 4<o, 4o, , a priest's silk garment. 

Co5, 2o, 4o, lo, w. a large robe worn by priests. 



cxjS-oi, 2o, 2c, w. t<ie 0O^"O|., 2c. 2c. 

o>"^, 2o, 2o, V. (aiSSS B.j to conidr, reflect on, znde "'c^* 

3c, Ic. 
ooc8, 2o, Sc, n. a lion. 
Odcoo^, 2o, 2c, v. (ooaoScooS B.) to be conyenient, opportune, 

suitable; to have a good occasion; to appear well; to be 

goodly in form. 
(X^Scx^S, 2o, 2c, V. the same; (K.) 4o. 4c; (C. S.) 2o, 4c. 
ooSk^oS, 2o, 3c, n. (odSocS B.) a frame used for tbe displaying 

of offerings at the close of Buddhist Lent. 
O&8098, 2o, 4c, n. (coSo4 B.) a board used by scholars to write on. 

qS^^, 2o, 4c, 2o, Ic, . a slate. 

o^, 2o, 4c, lo,fi. a spelling book, vide an^SeSxBS, lc,3o.3c. 

O060S, 2o, 2o, n. (00606 B.) a portico, or porch at the entrance 

of a house, used more correctly of the entrance to a monastery. 
OD6c^cp/3, 2o, 2o, 5c, 71, zfide ooSc^c^jd, 2c, 2c, 5c. 
CD6y6, 2o, 2o, adv. vide od6j^, 2c, 2c. 
Oo, 3o, V. to do, work, perform, ^oS, 4m. 
008, 3o, V. to dwell, live in. 

005, 4o, n. a species of bamboo, m'ooS, 5c, 4o. 

006, 4o, V. *o38, 4c, to cause to enter into, cg6 4o. 

jO^S, 4o, 4o, v. to make men enter and live in a new village 

or country. 

oc, 4o, 5c, V, to cause water to enter, as into a trench newly dug. 

Od8, 4o, v. *c8S, 4c, (5|6? B.) to be ctear, free from. 

006, 4o, 4o, V. ( <X)6i B.) the same; also to settle, to solve. 

oo8oS8c8S, 4o, 4o, 4c, 4c, v. the same. 

008, 4o (6), n. (K.) a collection of houses, vide gJb. 5c. 
ODSjg'aS, 4o, 2o, n. f@ B.) a walk, a place for walking to and 

fro; o'0D8jg9S, Ic, 4o, 2o, to walk to and fro. 
ooSjiJJoS , 4o, 2o, n. (oo^S B.) a fabulous Brahma's head, supposed 

to be in charge of seven goddesses, his daughters, who trans 



208 ODoS"c|3o5c^9S 

fer it from one to another at the commencement "t)f every 

new year, by conunanci of" "OoSo8/g]t, Ic, 4c, 4c. 
coSj3)vS"8>S, 4o, 2o. 8c, c'. to have tliis fabulous head reach the hand 

of anotlier goddess. 
coB, 4o, ikJo, 4o, V. to deliver the head from one goddess to 

anothe)'. 
cxjS^iS 4o, hie, V. TcolSoS P.) a system of met^iphysics. 
Oo^|S, 4o, 2c, V. (co|8o5 P.j to perform funeral rites by burning 

or by burying. 
00^6, 4o. 4o, 71. (cog^8g B.) a burial })lace, a place for burying 
()!' burning coi-pses; vide o]yo, 2c, '3m. 

.o8c8, 4(), 4o, 8c, 8c. n. vide ogiciJ^oo|8, 2c, 5c, 4c, 4c. 

ooS^c . 4o, 4o, n. vide CX)6"SS, 4o, 4(). 

C0S008, 4o. 4c. V. (K.) vide odScoo^, 2o. 2c. 

OoSoo, 40, -Tc, n. (aoSsoo B.y an image, idol. 

OoSoo. }(), 4c, n. a name foi- China, 85c5. 4o, 2o 

CJoSbb, 4o, 2o, 7i.('X)683 B.j the lower garment of a priest, o5^S, 

4o. 2o. 
odSccSd^, 4o, 4c, n. a ship, .sometimes od8cooY> +c, 4c. 

00*, 4o, 4c, 4c, n. a steamer. 

oo8c<S, 4o, 4o, V. (ooSg^ B. ) to be poor: to 1^ miserable unhappy, 

afflicted; n. with ooSva^^S, 4o, Ic, unhappiness, misery; some- 

tirnes ooSccS, 4o, 4o. 

c, k), 4o, Ic, V. to be distressed by one's circumstances. 
^1*5 4o, 4o, 4c, n. (soSg^. ooos B. / one who belongs to the 

common people. 
oo, 5o. T). *oSS, oc, (odS B.) to place one thing upon another, 
;is books. 

038, 00, 2c, V. (a>8s8 B.) to give an order. 

0086', 5c. 5o, n. tiiat part of the head before and above the ear; 

the temple. 
Ol)o5oo'>Soo^jd6'. 3c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 3o, n. (^^g^cfe^"'-^^' P.) a period 

of slaughter. 
coahoO[, 3c, 2c, n. (oo^\ P.) an articulate sound; a grammar. 
BoStSB-^S. 3c, 2c, 2o, Ic, 71. the eight books of Kachayano s 

Pali Grainiiiar. 



ODoSj^oS 209 

oooSoo]ODo5oO'>c, 3c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. (oo{flc|00^ P.) sound heard. 
oaoScBSoo?^, 3c, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. (oo8e(g^ P.) kind feeling. 
oooSoo|, 3c, 2c, r. ( oogl P.) to be kindly disposed towards j feel 

kindly to. 
oooS, 4c, n. *o8ob, 4c, a brute animal; any living thing lower 

than man in the scale of animal life. 
ODoS, 5c, V. *oSo5, 5c, to compress, crowd, cram; to make snug, 

compact; to be crowded.. 

.oS, 5c, 3c, V. to load a gun. 

COoSoocoi^c, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. (oooogo^ P ) the seven places which 

Gaudama occupied seven days each, when he first became 

deity. 
coo5oo, 5c, 5c, 5c, a. (ooQ^w P.) seventh. 
CO o5 oo C) cSd-sS CO *c8o5oo 6*, 5c, 5c, 5c, 2o, Ic, 4m, 3o. n. the seven 

ranges of mountains which surround the Myenmo Mountain 

and separate the seven great rivers. 
OOoSoool, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. (o^ggdl P.) a rational being, vide oS 

j^8, 3c, 2c. 
yaQ-^coSoo, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, 2c, 5c. n. vide ys^^c^oooSol^t, 

5c, 2c, 5c, 2c, 4c. 
cooSop, 5c, 5c, 71. (oo^[ P.) metal. 
oooS, 2o, 71. *o8oS, 2c, a mat; (K.) 4c. 

^"91 T> ^<5' '^^j ^' ^ ^^"^ mat. 

- ooc86, 2o, Ic, Ic, n. a mat made of the ogSco8,lc. !<;, plant. 
- -^8, 2o, 5o, 71. a coarse mat made of the inner part of the 
bamboo. 

9^- 2o, 4c, 71. a mat made for covering the saddle of a bullock. 
soi'oS, 2o, 5c, 3c, n. a mat used to cover a tlireshing floor. 

cS8, 2o, Ic, 71. vide ODoScSgj, 2o, Ic. 

- 'SoS, 2o, 3o, 71. a mat made of marsh grass, vide cn'?S6oS, So, So. 

ogjl. 2o, Ic, n. a mat made of the outer part of the bamboo. 
00o5, 2o, V. *oSo5, 2c, to toss out, as the broken rice from a flat 

bottomed basket as it is separated from the rice bv shaking, 
vide cSooS, 4c. 
OOoScpoS, 2o, 2o, adv. very pointed, sharp, as, cSo^'oooSyoS, To, 5c, 
2o, 2o, aho 4)0, 4o. 
27 



810 OD^S^g^S 

00<^, '^, " the mark ^ when applied to a final consonant. 
0Do5, So, V. *o8o5, 8c, to strike, pound, beat; oo<S, 5c; (K.) 3c. 
ooo5, 3o, i^. to put into, is lead or other alloy into molten silver; 
c^. 2c. 

'9<B>t ^o> ^ ^* to place a ring, as on the handle of a dah. 

cSo*, 3o, 4c, f. to open with a heated iron, as an abscess. 

oooo^, 5c, 4o, n. (o8oc8i B.) news, tidings, vide , 'ilo. 

"oS, 5c, 4k), 2o, 7t. Me same., 

oSS'oS, 5c, 4o, Im, 2o, . report, rumor. 

-scS, 5c, 4o, Be, t;. to be the subject of discreditable nimor. 

SoS, 5c, 40, Im, V. the same. 

-4, 5c, 4o, Ic, V. to bear a good reputation. 

y3Qc8, 5c, 4o, 2c, Ic, v. the same as O30o88^, 5c, 4o, Im. 

mS^, 5c, 4o, 2c, v. to become known, celebrated, notorious. 

OOooS, 5c, 4o, n. ( ooooSt B. j a rehgious duty; the time between 

worship days; a week. 
coc8, 5c, 5c, n. (ooc8 P.) attention, caution, heed. 

8cp|, 5c, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. (opD000c8P.) prudence, discretion. 

aac8cS, 5c, 2o, n. (K.) a grasshopper, vide co3c6cp, 4c, lo. 

oooooS, 5c, 5c, V. to sob, vide cSoo^, 3c, 5c. 

ODCX), 5c, 5c, 5c, a. ^scg P.) sixth. 

oaoo\, 5c, 2c, V. vide ODoSooj, 3c, 2c, to feel kindly, well disposed 

towards, to feel complaisant particularly on religious subjects. 
ODCc8, 5c, 4c, n. (oc>g8 B.) a rich man, jooSw^/p-sSSg, 4o, 3o,4o,4c. 
00^, Ic, n. *C58^, Ic, the back of anything, as a knife blade. 
oi , Ic, Ic, n. the front side of the part of the leg between the 

knee and hip. 

-^ciSS, Ic, 3c, 3o, n. the ridge of the shin bone. 

SoSoo-sScSd, Ic, 3c, Ic, 5c, n. the back of a knife blade. 

ca, Ic, Ic, n. the back bone. 

oo', Ic, Ic, n. a mountain ridge. 

00'>c, 2c, V. *o8oS, 2c, V. t. to shake; v. i. to tremble, shake: as, 

afoSo'o*, 2c, 2c, Ic, Ic. 
jd8oD'>S'0|, 2c, 3o, 2c, Ic, v. to shake the lower limbs while 

sitting. 
g'>^, 2c, 4c, V. the mme as oc^S-Sc^l^tdef. 



oo-^Sco^ogS 211 

oO'^SoO'^Soo'oo', 2c, 2c, lo, lo, adv. tremblingly. 

08S08S, 2c, 2o,2o, V. to shake violently, as one chilled by wet 

clothes. 

o', 2c, Ic, V. to tremble and shake like an old man. 

8B8.S, 2c, 5c, 5c, V. to tremble violently, as during the chills 

which precede fever. 
OD'sSoo, 2c, 5c, n. ^so|;P.) desire. 
/3c8, 2c, 5c, 5c. 5c, 11. ( oc8 P. ) the following of one's 

own desire. 
00^oo\, 2c, 2c, n. (ocvao P. j a precious stone. 
cO'>Sc8>SoO'>S, 2c, 3c, 2o, n. (^ooSqoSP.) a decision, resolve. 
oo^ccjS, 2c, 2c, n. vide ocS^ooScoS, 5c, 5c, 2c, 2c. 
ooaSoSooS, 2c, 5c, 3o, n. (ooSolcS P.) a certain influence or state 

of disease, as death appi'oches, Cw, 4o. 
009^CO).S, 2c, So, n. ^ooScxjjctS B.) a two-edged sword. 
OO'aS, -ic, z^. *oS'>C, 4c, to strike, to beat; to beat against as rain. 
ODS, 4c, V. to run after in order to say something or give 

something. 
CO, 4c, 4c, V. the same. 
oooS, lo, n. *o8'6, Ic, arsenic. 

8c8^, lo, 3c, 2o, n. borax. 

c^, lo, 2o, n. a variety of arsenic. 

c86, lo, lo, n. a variety of arsenic. 

00^, lo, n. *o8'>8, Ic, ( soa.B. ) husked seeds of grain or fruit, 

sSoo^, 3c, lo. 
C\%, lo, 4c, n. sesamum seed. 
008, lo, 2c, n. shelled beans. 

OO'^S, lo, V. (C.S.) to scratch, as a fowl, vide c5. 2c. 
oo-^S, lo, V, *o8oS, Ic, to weave as a basket or a mat; (K.) 4o. 
- oooS, lo, 2o, V. to weave mats. 

38, lo, 4c, V. to join the hands with the fingers intertwined. 

$S^o5e8, lo, 4c, 2c, Ic, v. to join the hands over tlie head, 
- QO'^ooS, lo, 4o, 4c, V. to weave a strand over one and under 

another. 
CO'coS, lo, 4o, Ic, v. to weave a strand over two and under 

two strands. 



212 oo^Jcg^^^S 

co'Sco'oo>ciB8, lo, 4<o, Ic, lo, V. to weave open work, the holes 

being generally hexagonal. 
O^-^S, 2o, n. ( qoS P. ) a certain attainment or state of mind of 
which there are five degrees, viz., oc8^J3, 5c, 5o, 5c, thought, 
desi^; coic\> ^, 5c, consideration, reflection; 8c8, 5c, 5c, 
joy; expo's, 5c, 5c, happiness; j:8,S^/joo'[, 2c, 5o, 5c, %c, 
immutability. 
oooS, 2oy a, *oS'>S, 2c, to rise and fly or sail through the air by 

innate power; (K.) -io. 
8'^, 2o, Ic, V. the same. 

OO^S", %o, BU (soEB. )to exceed; to transgress, used with c88, lo. 
cxwScoS, 2o, 2c, n. (oo|B.^ an organ. 

cx>f oo^oS, 2o, 5c, 2o, n. (o5oo^ B.) an ambassador, .oo8c, 4o, 5c. 
C0'3Sc8,8, 2(), So, 71. foococoB.j a magnet. 
oO'^ScBS, 2o, lo, n. red cloth. 
co-aSco', 2o, 3o, ?* thin silk cloth, 

00 "jS, 3o, i;. *o8'>8, 3c, to shake slightly, to jar from the impulse 
of another body; to have the sensation of pricking numbness 
occasioned by a blow on tlie elbow; to be set on edge, as 
the teeth; to swarm as bees disturbed in their nest, 
oScS, 3o, 4m, V. to be disordered, to be in ctmfusion. 
oooSoS. 3o, So, a. trivial, frivolous, used with c8^8'>S, 3c, 3c. 
co>S, 4o, V. *o8'>S, 4c, (sx>t B.) to appear, come into use for the 
first time; to reappear after a disappesirance; to become well, 
ScS|8, 4o, 4c; to be pure, o5cx>S, 4o, 4o. 
00'>S, 5o, . *o8'>S, 5c, to be distinct, separate. 

00^, 5o, 5o, rutv. bv itseli', without admixture. 

o>C(S'S|g, 5c, 8o, 4c, n. the viurraija plant. 

00'>Sa'>S, 5o, 5o, V. (ooG B,) to be ceremonially clean, conven- 
tionally clean, 
0D'>c<:^,fcc8, 5c, 5c, So, 5c, n. (sos^Q^ P.) the ninety-six diseases 

that belong to mankind. 
03C^, .5c, 4o, 71. (e^gSs B.) a saying to be interpreted oracualrly, 

OO^c^i, 5c, 4o, 5c, 4c, n. the same. 

oo6'(^|, .'k, 2c, 11. (206*1^3 B.) soap of any kind. 
^'^' -^^'' ^'^^i "^"^J '' <^akes or bars of soap. 



OQ^S 213 

aovS'<g]coFcci'j', 3c, 2c, 4o, 4c, n. bar soap; foreign soap. 

oo', 3c, 2c, 4o, n. natron, carbonate of soda. 

cxx^SScpoo, 3c, 2c, 5c, 6c, n. (^gpjo^ P-) omniscience, ric^g oo88 

c^oo, 5c, 2c, 5c, 5c. 
00(S, 4c, V. *o8<S, 4c, to strike at, make a hole in, or througii; 

znde oS(S, 4o. 
cfo.Sci)|, 4c, 3o, Ic, V. to chop lengthwise as in preparing bamboo 

for flooring. 
^, 4c, 5c, V. to tattoo with ink. 
-cyoS, 4c, 3o, V. to extract blood by a puncture. 
5"^) 4c. lo, V. to tattoo witli vermillion. 

5*|g, 4c, Ic, 4o, V. to seek information by indirect tiilk. 

CDOOO^, 4c, 4c, adv. of a dull faded colour, as, o5oo6"coCO'[, Ic, 

4c, Ic, 4c, V. to be of a dull faded black. 
ootJo, 5c, 5c, a. (oDgP.) all. 
oo<S'o', 5c, 2o, V. (oOtSooS B,) to be handsome, well dressed, applied 

to idols, priests, vide ooo^, 5c, 2o. 
od6', ^o, v. (C. S.) vide cQiS, 5o. 
006", ^2o, 71. *c8S, 2c, a smell, scent, pleasant or unpleasant. 

ooScS'^S, ^o, Ic, 2o, n. the scent of a wild animal. 

coS, :io, . *oS(S, 2c, the space near, border, vicinity, as, oOtSSS, 

2o, 4m, by the city. 
OdS'X)S, So, So, adv. with a rasping, pricking, painful sensation, as 

something in the eye, 

c8Sc8S , 3o, So, 3c, 3c, adv. the .same, used with jd', 4o. 

c86c8S. 3o, So, So, So, adv. the same. 

cotScotf, So, So, 3c, Sc, adv. the same. 

008, 5c, 5c, n. the outside unsubstantial part of anything as the 

bark of a tree distinguished from the wood. 
coBSc^^oo, 5c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 7^ vide co6'8cpoo, 3c, 2c, 5c, 5c. 
oo8o5, 5c, 3c, 71. (co8o5B.J the large vessel in which a Buddhist 

priest receives his offerings. 
gi5, 5c, 3c, 3c, n. ( cdoS B.) that part of a pagoda whicli 

resembles an inverted priest's vessel. 
000', 5c, 2o, V. vide ooc9o',4c, 2o. 
00^6", 5cj So, V. vide 86", So, 0086'ooJD, 5c, So, 4o. to slop. 



21 i oDoScSjj 



00 



oocS], 5c, 2c, 71. (oocQ B.) the eugenia tree. 

ODcSiS, oc, 2o, n. (ooooS B.) a festival of any kind; a public en- 
tertainment, g'c6co<So8, 4c, 4?o, 5c, 2o. 
oa<t)|o, 5c, 2c, 5c, 7i. vide o3c<i>^, 5c, 4c. 
oDCcSd^, oc, 4c, n. (^OOCCOD B.j nature, character; disposition, bent 

or tendency of mind; tenor, meaning, 

-90S, 5c, 4c, 5o, V. to be deceitful, dishonest. 

o]S, 5c, 4c, 2c, V. the same. 

38, 5c, 4c, 3c, V. to be of an upright, good disposition. 

JO, 5c, 4c, 2c, V. to agree. 

jBS, 5c, 4c, 2m, V. to be impartial, just. 

Qo5, 5c, 4c, 3c, V. to be of an evil disposition. 

. o^, 5c, 4c, 4c, V. the same. 

S, 5c, 4c, 2c, V. to be magnanimous. 

?)8, 5c, 4c, 4c, V. the same as ooccSd'J^cSS, .^c, 4c, %c. 

:8, 5c, 4c, Ic, V. to be of a good disposition. 

"i?'' ^Cj '^^i ^i ^' to be of a bad disposition. 

00^, vide 00. 

00W1 , 5c, 2c, n. an ulcerous sore, generally confined to the back. 

ODwlcS, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. (aDo8 P.) constancy in good sentiments or 

a good cause. 
008s, 5c, 4o, n. (008S1 B.) the history of a pagoda., 
30jyaQS, 5c, 4c, 4o, n. (K. and C. S.) a charm made of a small 

written scroll rolled and covered with wax to be burned for 

luck, vide c8cp>/g[8, 4m, 2o. 
ooo^soSx)05^'?8, 5c, 3c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 2o, n. vide o^'i^zoo\%, 5c, 2o, 

lo, 4c. 
00c8, 5c, 5c, oc, n. roo^c8 B.) one kind of royal umbrella. 
OD^c^ JO, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. ( CO^IOOO P.J one of the four laws or 

systems of truth. 
ioSSoowS, 5c, Ic, 5c, Ic, adv. to a small degree, as, c86oD^6xS, 

4o, 5c, Ic, 5c, Ic, to be a little light. 
00S8, oc, 4o, n. vide o882, 3o, 4o. 
oo. 5c, 3c, 11. the small opening or soft spot in an infant's 

cranium . 
DOo5.5ooo, 5c, 2c, 2c, 5c, a. (odj5 p.) intuitive wisdom. 



ODQob' 215 

00S|, 5c, 5c, n. (oocj P. j a vowel. 

OO^'oaS, 5c, 5c, 2o, n. (oocjngS P.) a kind of wood, fabulous. 

OOCjcoS, 5c, 5c, 2o, v. ^cosjOdoS P.) to repeat, rehearse from the 
sacred books. 

OOOoc], 5c, 5c, 2c, 71. ^OOCJCTO P.) an act of worship, a formula of 
worship. 

J^S, 5c, 5c, 2c, 2c, n, ( ^ P. ) a formula of worship, es- 
pecially applied to the three Pali formulae with which Bud- 
dhist priests begin worship, viz., oaoXjCtoo^S, I worship 
the deity; Ogcx>6|Ct6o^8, I worship the law; OOejDOX^GO 
0^8, I worship the priesthood. 

OOC]<Sd, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. (o3|0 B.) a crown, a royal crown. 

00^, 5c, 4o, a. restless, restive, frequently moving about. 

oo^oS, 5c, 8c, V. vide OOgoS, 5c, 3c. 

Oo8o5, 5c, 3o, V. to play the lady s man, to play the beau; to 
court the attention of a man by a woman. 

oozes', 5c, 3c, n. phlegm, xfide coQ^S, 5c, 3c, ya^S^aoJS, 5o, 2o, "S-oB, 
3c, 2o. 

ODQ^, 5c, 3c, n. (oD'^S B.) meaning, signification, drift. 

co<?io5, 5c, 3c, V. to slide down, vide oogjoS, 5c, 3c, coQ^, 5c, 3c. 

CX)<9)8, 5c, 40, 71. (oDDl^g B ) a mixture of powdered bone and 
black varnish used as putty and in making ornamental work. 

oocfi, 5c, 2c, n. (oQCOsa B.) character, reputation. 

'9'^, 5c, 2c, 3c, V. to grow in character or reputation. 

SoOooS(?', 5c, 2c, lo, 5c, 4o, 5o, v. to deteriorate in charac- 
ter or reputation; to lose reputation. 

c6, 5c, 2c, 2c, V. the same as oOff^'^'^S, 5c, 2c, 3c, also to be 



very dignified and circumspect in deportment. 
CO, 5c, 2c, 5c, V. to lose reputation. 



oocq|, 5c, 5c, V. to be light, unsteady in behavior; to speak or act 
without regard to the feelings of others; to ridicule, make 
sport of, someti/tnes oocsi]^, 5c, 2c. 

^oocS, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5o, v. the same. 

oocci?, 5c, 3c, V. to slide or slip along in falling, as, ODcC^op-S, 
5c, 3c, 4o, to fall with a sliding motion, vid-- ODcco^, 5c, 3c. 

OOftoS, 5c, 3c, V. to slide down, vide oD<9)o5, 5c, 3c. 



216 ODSPaS 



00 CO]. 5c, Ic, n. (K.) four annas, vide o5, 3o. 

C0C01I, 5c, 4c, n. (Laosj a zayat. 

ooco8, 5c, 3c, V. to slide or slip along, as a wS-^S, 2o, 4c. 

coco8, 5c, 3c, n. (K.) vide coJ3'0|, 4c, 5c. 

oocco], 5c, 5c, V. vide oosen, 5c, 5c. 

cocco^, 5c, 3c, V. vide cosei], 5c, 3c. 

oorSoSoDCOoS, 5c, 4c, 5c, 4c, adv. vide oSc8o5y 3c, 4c. 

co8, Ic, n. *oS8, Ic, a post, a column; (K.) 4c. 

^cSc-c^, Ic, lo, 4c, n. a gallows, cx)^cSs"sY, 4c, lo, 4c- 

.8rSc8, Ic, lo, 4c, 71. the post in a pagoda supporting the 

umbrella. 
.8, Ic, 2c, n. the posts of a loom. 
- Q-3^ccB, Ic, 4c, 2o, n. the lofty posts in the main part of a 

kyaung or other large building. 

qS, Ic, 2c, n. a pedestal. 

tsS, Ic, 2c, n. the middle posts of a building. 

^8, Ic, 2c, n. a short post supporting some beam or timber. 

^8.88, Ic, 4o,3m, n. timber spirally indented by the winding 

of a creeper. 
CO, Ic, Ic, n. the same as ooS'oS, Ic, 2c. 

C3oScoS, Ic, 3c, 3c, 71. a small post erected on the middle of a 

cross timber to support the roof. 

oo'g'aS, Ic, 4c, 2c, n. a sacred flagstaff. 

- ^-S) Ic, Sc, n. a small post for sustaining something. 

O'^SooS, ]c,'4o, 4c, 11. a goal. 

o>SccS, Ic, 4o, 4o, T.. (S^l^gB.) the central pillar of a 

pagoda. 
- 8^, Ic, 2c, 11. one of the side posts of a house. 

oB, Ic, 4c, 11. a short prop under a floor. 

SSc^S, Ic, 4o, 2c, n. the upright supporters of a bier. 
coyD, Ic, 4c, ii a post set up for any purpose. 
- coJBoHJ3cS, Ic, 4c, 4c, 3o, n. ( cooSol gooes' B.) a cross. 
coSoo'^S, Ic, 4o, 4o, n. a mast. 

o5, ]c, 2o, 11. a flagstaff. 

cc^, Ic, lo, It. a large post which supports the ridge of a roof. 

^i Ic. 4o, 11. a [)Ost of a house. 



oD^pScpi-jc^ 217 

008. 2c, n. *oS8, 2c, a bellows; (C. S.) Ic; (K.) 4c. 

cxpJD, 2c, 4c, n. an upright bellows. 

ooS, 2c, 3c, n. the same, 

-scS, 2c, Ic, 11. a leather bellows. 

"3^^, 2c, 4c, n. a horizontal bellows. 

-c8^, 2c, 4m, n. a furnace for melting iron. 

008, 2c, V. *o88, 2c, to pant, be out of breath. 

co8(p8, 2c, 2c, adv. with an old, faded appearance; ^'>^, 2o, vnfreq. 

008, 3c, V. *oS8, 3c, to be faded as to color or brightness; to be 
soiled, dirty; to have a dull, sad or vexed countenance, as, 
oc'[038aic8, 3c, 3c, 3c, Ic. 

CX>8, 4c, V, *o88, 4c, to tarry, wait, wait for; to dwell. 

cSS, 4c, lo, V. to dwell with (b. \ 

008, lo, V. *oS8, Ic, to be young and unmarried, applied to fe- 
males; n. a young unmarried woman. 

^-sScpi, lo, 2c, 2c, n. a maid, a virgin. 
- ci?, lo, 2o, n, an old maid. 

o88, lo, 4o, n. a female who has arrived at pubescence, 
c^', lo, 3o, 3o, n. a very young widow. 

sSyS, lo, 3o, 5o, n. a divorced woman who is still young. 
C^8^, lo, 3o, 4o, n. a married woman who is very young 

and girlish. 

9o5, lo, 3o, n. a lass who has not yet fully reached pubescence. 

(?', lo, 4o, n. the same. 

/3g'>S, lo, 2c, w/a young girl not yet arrived at a marriageable 
age. 

oo8(p8, 2o, 2o, ad-o, tnde 0085^8, 2c, 2c. 

008, 4o, a. twenty. 

oa8, 4o, V. to move and feel along anything, as a blind man; to 
move hand over hand, as a person climbing a tree, or pas.s- 
ing along a rope; to pull in hand over hand as a kite. 

OOO.S0O], 5c, 3o, 2c, n, (o>ooSood B.j muriate of ammonia, sal- 
ammoniac. 

coocSoo8, 5c, 2o, 4x;, n. ('oococSg B.) the vowel symbol ('g j. 

00(?8cp|'c/3, 5c, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, 5c, n. (oDOo8^octooo P.j an ani- 
mate substance; sometimes ooScpj'^CJO, 5c, 5c, Sc, 5c, 5c. 
^8 



818 0588 

CO, Ic, V. *oS, Ic, to pierce, penetrate, in actu coitus. 
o5, 2c, n. a kind, sort. 

-^^S OT Ij^, 2c, 3c, adv. again, Mice more, besides, 
00, 2c, n. a side, used in composition, (C. S.). 

'i^\, 2c, 3c, flffsy. before, in the future. 

00, 2c, V. to rejoice, be glad, used with d88, 4o, 08800, 4)0, 2c. 
00, 2c, V. used in composition. 

jDo5oD'C], 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c, v. to pretend to skill which one does 
not possess. 

ooS, 2c, 5c, V. the same. 

yS, 2c, 3o, V. to pretend to do. 

oo'^Si, 2c, 2c, 4>o, n. (ooj^^Si B.) fetters. 

0000, 2c, 2c, adv. of all sizes and ages, large and small, as many 

children in one family. 
oScS, 2c, 2c, Ic, Ic, adv. the same. 
ooog'^S, 2c, 3c, V. to pay a visit of ceremony or respect to a new 

comer, or one who has been absent (b.j; vide co'S, 3c. 
ooooSc8, 2c, 3c, 5c, n. (oog^ P.) completion, accomplishment, 

coS^Q8c^o^, 4k), Ic, 5c, 2c. 
ooo^o^ooicoi, 2c, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. (oDgcDOolo P.) 

language destructive of the happiness of others. 
oo8Scp, 2c, 2c, 5c, a. (ooowg ^') ordinary, middling. 
o5jO"[, 2c, 2c, n. (o^Mp P.) a good quality, accomplishment, 
oowcp 2c, 5c, 5c, a. vide oo38cp, 2c, 2c, 5c. 

ooa'[, 2c, 2c, n. (^O^O P.) truth as opposed to error; right, up- 
rightness. 
ooS, 2c, 2c, 3o, n. ( oloS P.) an extraordinary attainment 

of which there are several classifications. 
oSc^iSc^coo^ 2c, 3c, 5o, 5o, v. to speak evil of, censure, revile. 
005^.SQ|, 2c, 3c, 2c, n. {^^Q<^ P.) an ocean, great sea. 
o!>0|CX), 2c, 2c, 5c, n. (Pali) vide c5oc^8, 2c, 2c. 
DO, 4c, n. (K.) kind, sort, rank, vide oScS, 4o. 
00, 4c, V. *oS, 4fC, to thrust in as a needle; to tattoo: to make 

figures in cloth, embroider. 
"38, 4c, 3o, V. to embroider a jacket. 

SS, 4c, 4o, V. to tattoo in figures. 



oD|oo^^]^ 219 

00^, 4c, 5c, V. the same. 

-ooi^, 4<c, 3c, V. to tattoo using charms. 

ff^j 4c, lo, V. to tattoo with red ink. 

/wS, 4c, 4o, V. to tattoo making a geometrical figure. 

CO, 5c, V. CO, 5c, to repeat, do again, obsolete; adv again. 

CDtSoo^g, 5c, 4o, 5c, 4o, v. to speak repeatedly on tiie same subject. 

00, lo, a. three. 

c86, lo, 2m, n. a triangle. 

oSc5, lo, 4c, a. thirty. 

Sc8^8, lo, 3c, 2c, 2c, V. to have the changing fortunes of life 
as, J^^SyScowScSBSo^ScoS, 4o, 4c, lo, 3c, 2c, 2c, lo, lo, 
we have the ups and downs of life, now rich, now poor, a 
figurative expression. 

000, lo, 4c, n. sweet-flag, acorus calamus. 

OOOoS, lo, 2o, n an amount of money equal to two and one half 

rupees. 
00^ 3o, n. *co, 3c, a tattooing iron, 
cS, 3o, Im, n. a spade. 

c686, 4o, 2o, n. the lower garment of a priest, vide oo8yS, 4o. 2o. 
OD]^, Ic, n. *o3, Ic, the Shan paper tree, (broussonetia? ) oo'ccS, 

lo, 4o. 

ccS, Ic, 4o, n, vide co'ccS, lo,4o. 

(?', Ic, 4c, n. a variety of the eugenia tree used to make paper. 

001, ^^' ^' ^^^^ wiih. o', 3c, to worship. 
00^, Ic, n. a skein. 

"^cS, Ic, Ic, n. a skein of cotton. 

OOj, Ic, V. (K. and C. S.j to chop, mince, vide 00.O, 5c. 

C0ICOI8, Ic, 4c, n. vide o>o.'>'[%, 5c, 4c. 

oo^, 2c, V. *cS, 2c, (ooo B.) to be clear, pleasant; to be comfortable. 

c^ooic"^, 2c, Ic, 2c, 4c, v. to be happy. 

w^g, 2c, 4c, v. to recover from illness, become well, vide "Sep 

|8, 4o, 4c. 

001, 2c, 2c, V. ( 000 B.) to be clear, pleasant. 

00\>SoS, 2c, 2c, 2o, n. (coor8oS B.) the royal race from which 

Gaadama descended. 
001_00'>'|, 2c, 5c, 2c, . (oODCOp p.) a religious system ; a religion. 



220 co| 

ooioo^cjoSS, 2c, 5c, 2c. 3m, v. to become extinct, as a religion. 

00|OD/3|, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. ( 3lc|00D P.) a king or 

other person who patronizes religion. 

coS, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2o, v. (^ ^P^ B.) to be established, as 

a religion. 
o, 2c, 5c, 2c, 5c, V. (- -o B. j to be destitute of any re- 
ligion, to belong to no religious system. 

8S, 2t', 5c, 2c, 2o, n. ( 3S B.) a pontifex maximus, chief 

ecclesiastical ruler. 

S@l' ^^^' ^'^' ^^' ^^' ^^^ ^*- ( (9^"-*^? ^0 ^ propagator 

of religion, a missionary, vide Q|o5oD|00>''[, 2c, Ic, 
2c, 5c, 2c. 

Si, 2c, 5c, 2c, 4c, v. to have a religion; to be prevalent as 

a religion. 

08, 2c, 5c, 2c, 4c, V. to decline as a religion. 

^8, 2c, 5c, 2c, 3o, V. to flourish as a religion. 

J^3^S38:p. 2c, 5c, 2c, 3o, 4o, 4o, Ic, v. the same. 

CO]COOOO[CX>. 2c, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. (oodoooodddoO P.) breathing (b). 

CO|Q9, 2c, 5c, int. (oODo P.j a term of approbation, right! 
well done! 

mh, 2c, 5c, Ic, V. to commend, praise for religious performance. 

00|O|, 2c, 2c, n. ^aoDo) B.) a bandanna handkerchief. 

co]cp. 2c, 5c, 5c, a. vide c636cp, 2c, 2c, 5c. 

00'[S'S, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. (ooowsoo P. ) a probationer for the priest- 
hood. 

^1^9"^@1' ^^' '^^' ^^' ^^' '"" (^-'^"^88'P ^') ^^^ right hand 
chief disciple of Buddha. 

OD|c^S'>S, 2c, 2c, 2o, n. (zx):>ta\^c B.) a piece of leather on which 
a priest is accustomed to sit. 

00|OJD. 2c, 5c, 5c, 71. (oooonoP.) a disciple of Buddha, whether 
a priest or a novitiate. 

C0|, 3c, V. *-X), 3c, to make any condiment by chopping up un- 
cooked food and mixing it. 

"^^o, 3c, 5o, V. to make a condiment with minced raw meat. 

CO], 3c, V. *oS, 3c, to be spread as news, to be proclaimed publicly, 
have notoriety. 



oS,Syg| 221 

ODiq>S, 3c, lo, V. to acquire notoriety, fame, be famous. 

Sy, 3c, lo, 4o, V. the same. 

00 1 00 1, 3c, 3c, adv. with the sound of falling water. 

00 |i, 4c, n. * oS, 4c, a ladder formed of a single bamboo, with 

pieces inserted horizontally for the feet. 
00 [8, 4c, n. a market, used with jdoS, 2o, .^glJOoS^^ooii, 2c, 2o, 

2c, 4c. 
0018, 4c, V. *d8, 4c, to be mildewed, mouldy; to be more than 

sufficient of anything so that it moulds with long keeping, 

as, ^^00|, 4c, 4c. 
oo]ac6, 4c, 4c, n. (oogeeii B.) cutch. 
oo|8q8, 4c, 4c, n. vide 00?)8, 5c, 4c. 
oSoSsoO|eoo'[, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c, adv. with a hissing sound, 
c^^, 2c, V. *odS, 2c, to tear, rend; n. a tear, rent in cloth. 

ooS, 2c, 2o, V. to tear, tear apart, separate. 
- io', 2c, 5o, V. to tear crosswise. 

^-^5 2c, 4c, V. to tear so that a thing cannot be used. 

^cp, 2c, 3m, V. to be torn or worn so as to make a jagged 

edge or border, as a sleeve at the wrist. 

o8^, Sc, 71. *oo, 3c, a portion of something divided by splitting; 
a split of any thing; a tooth; a. aux. as, w'oooSE, 5c, lo, 
3c, three pieces of bamboo, smaller than ooJ5, 2o. 

~ ^Sco', 3c, Ic, Ic, n. a step of a ladder, a stair, a rundle. 

-6'>^, 3c, 2o, 71. the tooth of a harrow. 

q;8, 3c, 5c, 7i. the pickets of a fence, "oStjio, 3o, 5c. 

cBBqB, 3c, 4o, n. a certain organ of the viscera situated behind 
the navel. 

. -co^c8, 3c, 4o,4o,2o, v. to have this organ cease to throb. 

CO, 3c, 4o, 5c, V. the same. 

oS.S-|, 3c, 2c, n. (08:^0 P.) religious duty belonging to a priest. 

(^.S, 3c, 2c, 3c, n. ( <^5 P.) one of the five general pre- 
cepts enjoined on a priest. 

oSiDoo], 3c, 2c, n. (oSoooP.) a teacher, instructor. 

08.S0, 3c, 2c, 11. (086 P.) a knowledge of ai'ts and sciences. 

oSi^y^'t. 4c, 4c, n. (oo^Dj P.) a superior order of nats in 00^ 
oc85oo|, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c, the second stage of 8ci8, 4o, Ic. 



222 o88SS 

c8Sc8, ic, 4c, adv. used with cS^'jSoo^, lo, 4o, as, c$o*SooSo8-S 

o8, lo, 40, 4c, 4c, to rain gently but continuously. 
c8S^B, 4c, 4c, adv. having the bearing and imitating the conduct 

of a young woman come to maturity; also used with C^, 2c, 

to be a very deep blue. 

'Og^^^^, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

08^, 2o, 11. *COiS, 2o, a tribe of Karens, numerous in 2c8oS, 4o, 

2c, and ^Soc', 4o, 4o; cSc^^, 4o, 2o. 
o8c8^, 2o, 2o, a. strange, new, uncommon, used in speaking of 

others. 
oS^, 4o, V. *OdS, 4o, to strike, hit with the hands, infreq. 
cBSc8B, 4o, 4o, adv. with a rattling sound as a dried kernel 

inside a shell. 

-cSScSS, 4o, 4o, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

OD^co.S, 4o, 4o, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

o8j8^.S, 4o, 4o, adv. variegated with small patches of different 

colors. 
c8b. 2c, n. (08^ B.) Leo, the fifth sign of the Zodiac. 
oSS, 2c, V. to be dark, used only with coS, 4c. 
oSScpl, 2c, 2c, n. (oDpDO P.) perception, the act or power of per- 
ceiving or marking down; a mark, sign, name. 
oSScp.S'O'sSoo], 2c, 5o, 2c, 2c, n. (oDgc^^oP.) perception. 
oSS, 4c, n. (K.j a shed, shelter for cattle, vide 08 8, 2c. 
086, 4c, V. *aD5, 4c, to rain constantly, steadily. 
08s, 4c, (6), V. (K.j to throw, cast as a stone, mde c85, 4c. 
oSS-^S, 4c, 2c, n. (?tf B.) asafcetida. 
086^, 4c, 2c, n. Cey'on, j^^So8'^8, Ic, 4c, 2c. 

^S^' "^C' ^c> 2c, 2c, n. the same. 

085, 5c, V. *0d5, 5c, to be pleasant to the taste, savory, luscious 

from the presence of fat or oil; to have a strong odor whether 

fragrant or offensive. 
oS5, Im, n. *odS, lo, sound, noise; (K.) 4c. 

J^, Im, lo, n. a full round tone. 

"oS, Im, 4o, n. a groan, a heavy sound. 

"0J3'>c, Im, 3c, Ic, D. to be harmonious in sound. 

- 5S,Im ,lo, n. a shrill tone. 



oS '^>^j Im, 3c, n. the raising of the voice in singing; a high 

sound or note. 
"^^coSSc^S, Im, 3c, Im, 3c, n. the raising and lowering of the 

voice in singing. 
CO, Im, 3c, n. a sharp, shrill sound. 

icS, Im, 4c, n. a fine, small sound. 

SOD, Im, 4o, n. a cracked sound. 

c8o, Im, 2o, n, the same. 

oo5, Im, 4c, n, a short sound. 

6d', Im, lo, n. an acute, sharp, shrill sound. 

8, Im, Ic, n. a light or high tone. 

oo8, Im, 4o, n, a long sound. 
- cS, Im, 2c, n. a loud sound. 

cooS, Im, 3o, n. the voice, uttered sound. 
c8, Im, 5m, n. a low, not loud sound. 
c8, Im, Ic, n. an agreeable sound. 

CoS, Im, lo, n. a loud sound or note. 

coS, Im, 4o, n. the lowering of the voice in singing; a low note. 

ooS, Im, 3c, n. a deep sound, a base voice, iiifreq; a brogue. 
caS, Im, lo, n. a sweet sound. 

(^S, Im, 2o, n. a hoarse, husky sound. 

JSQ'sS, Im, 3o, n. a gentle sound. 

- yao^oSSjsg'jS, Im, 3o, Im, 2c, n. the same, 

^^, Im, 2c, n. a sound that may be heard; notoriety. 

o8S, 3m, V. *ooS, 3o, to come to an end, be done. 

JO, 3m, 2o, V. to die. 

,600 oSo^, 3m, 2o, 4c, Ic, v. the same, used of the rich. 

jD^^, 3m, 3c, adv. even, though. 

c8, 3m, 3c, arff . to the last extent, beyond comparison; even 

though, 
cSoooS^cj^, 3m, 3c, 4c, 2c, adv. the same as 1st def. (b.). 
c8^, 3m, 3o, V. to arrive at the end of anything, to be at the 

termination; to reach the end of one's career. 
ooS, 3m, 4o, V. to come to an end. 
880880^, 3m, 5c, 3m, 4c, adv. exhausting the time, profitably 

or otherwise. 



224 o8c 

o8S, lo, n. *ooS, lo, a precious stone. 

/>1"0(S, lo, Ic, 2o, n. a sapphire. 

"o88S, lo, 3c, So, n. the same as OoSy^S, lo, Ic. 
"88, lo, Im, n. precious serpentine, jade. 
c88, lo, 2c, n, xnde c8S, 2c, a diamond. 
co'oi8^o5, lo, -lo, 4c, 2c, n. a sardonyx, 

CO, lo, 2c, n. a sapphire, ocoj, 2c, 2c. 

ooi, lo, Ic, n. (K. and C.S.j the pupil of the eye, vide co.oo^, 

3c, 5c. 
C'^c'f, lo, 4c, n. an ornament prepared from the horn of a 

I'hinoceros; amber. 

'^5fi^l' ^^' ^^' ^^' ~^' '* (*^^<^^ ^0 agate 

(ps^|c8S, lo, 5c, 2c, 2c, lo, n. cornelian. 

-5i,C)|c85, lo, 5c, 2c, 2c, lo, n. chalcedony. 

^oS, lo, 4c, 3c, 71. jet. 

^S, lo, 4o, n. rough, unpolished precious stones. 

co6, lo, lo, n. the glass ornament on the top of a pagoda spire; 

also a name given to Buddha. 
c36, lo, lo, n. a ruby. 

c8, lo, Ic, n. a precious stone, a gem. 

coo5.o8, lo, 2c, 5c, n. a gem supposed to be an antidote for 

poison, generally a sapphire. 

(jjS, lo, Ic, n. paste in imitation of a precious stone. 

oS^6, lo, 4o, t;. (K. and C.S.j to be not level, to have one side 

higher than the other, vide OD^S, 5c, 4o. 
oSS, 2o, 71. *oo5, 2o, a pair of brass bowls played together. 
o8S, 2o, n. (s^5 B.) a shop, stall. 
o36, 2o, V. *ooS, 2o, (^s^8 B.j to have a right to; to appertain 

to, concern. 

055, 2o, V. ( s^S B. ) to meet face to face, as, oSSQli/)-^, 2o, 4c, Ic. 

056, 4o, 71. *ooS, 4o, (508 B.) a circular frame in which several 

drums are fixed. 
oSc^, Im, z;, *co?, lo, to fly off, to scatter, as sparks of tire 

blown away; to bound away as a ball; (K.) 4m. 
c8c^. 2m, V. *CDoS, 2o, (jIgSB.) to be similar, alike. 
oScS, 3m, n, *C0'iS, 3o, a splinter, sliver. 



oSc^, 3m, n. a string, thread, fibre, nerve; a, aux. for anything like 

a rope, road, &c. 

c^, 3m, Ic, n. the cord of life. Cd'c^, lo, Ic, ^Sc, 4m, Ic. 

cS-soS, 3m, Ic, 2o, v. to break as the cord of life; to die. 

ooSoo^ooi, 3m, 4o, lo, 3c, n. a road, highway, also oSc^oo'lOO'* 

ooS, 3m, 3c, lo, 4o. 
oScpS, 3m, Ic, n. Hsinwi, a Shan principility northeast of Ava, 

said foi'merly to have been oScpo, lo, Ic, because many 

( 100 000^ heads of villages brought each a bunch of plantains. 
oScS, lo, a. *00'>S, lo, a hundred thousand; used frequently to 

denote an indefinitely large number, 

qcS or 8], lo, 3c, n. one hundred thousand. 

cooSoScSoj, lo, 3o, lo, 3c, int. used in replying to a person 

who tells incredible things, as a traveler retuiiiing from a 

distant country. 
-o'l^oScS'S^, lo, 3c, lo, 3c, int. the same. 
oScS, lo, V. (K.) to be well finished, done with precision, vide 

, 5o; (C. S.)2o. 
oScS, lo, V. *C0Q&, lo, to be slightly cracked, as a log of wood, 

vide cooS, 5c; to be too mucli dried, as paddy, more than 

|?8, 3o; n. a crack. 
oScSgS, lo, 4c, n. a small Shan principality east of the Salwen, 
oScSccoS, lo, 3c, n. a small Shan principality west of oScpgS, 

lo, 4c. 
oSc^, 2o, V. *aDoS, 2o, to call loudly; ^K.) 4o. 
/58>o8, 2o, lo, lo, V. the same as cSc^S^BS, 2o, Ic. Ic. 
B8.fi6, 2o, Ic, Ic, V. to shout, halloo, call in a prolonged tone 

of voice. 
o8S"S8, 2o, Im, Im, v. to call loudly, as one in terror. 
co|, 2o, 2c, v. to scold, curse in a loud voice. 

i^B, 2o, 5c, V. to call loudly, shout. 

5^SoSc^(j^', 2o, 5c, 2o, 3c, v. to wail, weep and wail. 

oSc^, 3o, V. (K. and C. S.) to be good, used in composition, as, 

<p8c8fpSoScS, 3o, Ic, 3o, 3o, to be handsome, tide -Sep, 3o. 
oSc^. 4o, n. *oo^, 4o, kind, sort, rank, as, oScpcSSyD??. 1- 1 m^ 

Ic, of similar size or quantity 



226 o8o5o88 

oScSc^S. 4o, lo, n. the ffame. 

oScS, 5o, V. to brandish, fence, coS, 4o. 

oScS, 5o, V. (K. ) to fry in oil, 

oSoS, 2c, V. *cX)o5, 2c, to be quiet, silent, also 5c. 

o8o5, 2c, 2c, adv. quietly. 

o8o5, 2c, V. to dance, used only of a peculiar Karen dance, as. 

ooSoSoS, 4o, 2c. 
oSoS; 'ic, T). *coo5, 3c, to descend with a swoop, as a bird of prey; 

to dart as li<i;h1:iiing. 

.o"|d9o5w|?, -Jc, 2c, 3c, 4c, v. to dart back and forth. 

0|^. 3c, 'Iq. -k-, V, to move swiftly by, as a stone tlirown close 

to one. 

c5o', 3c, 4c. V, to dart about a light, as insects. 

yaQOjgi, 3c, Ic, 2c, v. to swoop and take away, as a bird of 

prey. 
oSoSoSS. 4c, 2c, n. a fly trap; a brush to drive away insec 

aUo 4c, 5c. 
oSo5, 4c, V. *00o5, 4c, to spurt, gush out, squirt out. 
o8o5, 5c, V. to be quiet, vide 2c. 
o8o5, 3m, V. *ooaS, 3o, ( soS B. ) to cheapen, to offer a lower 

price, as, o8oSy3|c>So5<jj8, 3m, 3c, 3m, Ic. 
o8o6co|, 3m. 2c, n. (oo|o P.) truth as opposed to falsehood, 

ooO]^. oc, 2c; veracity; an engagement. 

o8o|8, 3m, 2c. 2c, 4c, n. the four laws or systems of truth. 

5o5, 3m. 2c, 2o, V. to keep an engagement or pledge. 

CO, 3ni. 2c, 5c, V. to break one's pledge, word. 

-/3Q. 3)11, 2c. 2c, 4c, V. to be faithless, without truth. 

o8o5. 2(), a. *oooS, 2<), of a bay color, as a horse. 
o8o5. 3c), T'. to offer a lower price, vide oSoS, 3m. 
o8o5o8o5, 3o, 3o, adv. with a scraping sound, as the cutting of 

paper with a knife; also used with fp', 3c, to weep quietly, 

also 5o, ,5o. 
DDoScooS, 3o, 3o, 3o, 3o; oSo5dSo5, 3o, 3o. 3c. 3c: 

ogoSogoS, 3o, 3o, 3c, 3c, adv. the .same. 

oSoS^SS, 4o, 2o, II. to be light, quick in motion through skill or 

knowledge; lo be clever, brisk. 



oSj* 227 

cS'i^, Ic, n. *00'aS, Ic, a religious duty. 

o86'o'[8, Ic, 4c, 4c, n. the ten great duties binding on novitiates 

and on any person on worship days. 

CO, Ic, 4c, n. the same as oS'>c, Ic. 

SoSol*, Ic, 2o, 4c, 11. the eight duties binding on persons on 

worship days, 
CO, Ic, 5c, V. to cease to perform the religious duties of a layman. 

(j^S, Ic, 4c, V. the same. 

<?1o|g, Ic, 3c, 4c, n. the five great commands. 

oS'>S, Ic, n. *C0'3S, Ic, merchandise, goods, used only as a couplet 

for ^-aS, 2c. 
oS^S, Ic, V. *00'3S, Ic, to pare off (the end ) in order to make 

even, to slice. 

8S8S, Ic, 4m, 4m, v. to pare smoothly at the end. 

oS'^'S'aS, Ic, 4c, adv. intensive, used with co^, 4o. 

oS-^, 3c, n. ^CO"^, 3c, a native petticoat. 

jdcScjjScSdi, 3c, 4c, Ic, 3c, n. a petticoat of plaid pattern in the 

centre and stripes at tlie bottom. 

XiBcoS, 3c, 4c, 3o, n. a petticoat of cotton and silk interwoven. 

.oS, 3c, 5c, n. a petticoat with serpentine curves. 

"8^, 3c, 3c, n. the same. 

cScj-^S, 3c, 4c, 2o, 11. a petticoat in which the stripes are straight. 

COWL'S), 3c, 2c, Ic, 4c, M. a petticoat with golden threads 

woven in. 
o6'^'>S, 3c, 2c, Ic, 4c, n. a petticoat with silver thread, 

woven in. 

coco', 3c, 2c, 3o, n. a petticoat with silk threads woven in. 

OoS, 3c, 2o, n. a closed petticoat or skirt. 

-oJd.Sc, 3o, n. the open skirt, ('ooSS B.). 

o^^coj, 3c, 2c, 2c, n. a plaid, silk petticoat. 

C{Jc8, 3c, 4o, 4c, n. a plaid skirt with figures interwovens in 

the plaid. 

coScSS, 3c, 4o, lo, n. a red silk petticoat. 

[Tl^ ' ^^' Ic, 4o, n. a striped petticoat. 

096*, 2c, V. vide o86, 2c. 
o8(S, 4c, a. ten. 



228 o88 

o8(9c6o8cS8S, 4c, 2c, lo, lo, n. a great number of anything. 
Q^3S, 4c, 4o, 4o, n. the sixteen countries comprised in ancient 

India. 
cBS, 5c, V. *00tS, 5c, to crowd, cram, stuff, to make snug by 

compressing, o8(S'cpco^cp, 5c, 2o, l^ic, 2o. 
oSi5. 2m, V. *00tS, 2o, to thrust through or pierce anything, as a 

bamboo through a fowl for cooking, to impale; (K.j 4m. 

*o85, 2m, 5c, 2m, v. to impale. 

086", 2o, V. *ODS, 2o, to smart; ( K. ) 4o. 

z86, 4o, V. *0o6, 4o, to thrust into, as a knife, spear; to chop 

into lengthwise as in preparing bamboo for flooring. 
c8Sc86, 5o, 5o, adv. gratingly, as stones in food, jd^, 4o. 
o85, vide oS. 

0S8, Ic, n. *oOo, Ic, a small pimple with a sore; (K.) 4c. 
co, Ic, 5o, n. a sore usually on the face and sometimes 

malignant. 
0.808800, lc,4o, Ic, 2c, n. a large sore or swelling on the face. 
088088, Ic, Ic, adv. softly, gently, used of the blowing of the 

wind. 
o38, 2c, n. *Oo8, 2c, a chisel; v. to chisel. 
-'99, 2c, 4o, 4c, 71. a gouge, vide o83y, 2c, 4c. 
-oo.8co.8, 2c, 2c, 3o, n. a small chisel-like instrument used for 

inserting charms into the flesh. 
'j^i, 2c, 4c, n. a flat chisel. 
- jS, 2c, 4o, n. a kind of gouge. 
9. 2c, 4c, 71. a gouge. 
o83, 5c, V. vide y8, 5c. 
d88, 3m, 71. the name of a small sum of money, only used as (p| 

088, 3c, 3m, eight annas. 
08S, 3ni, 71. *od8, 3o, the bauhinea dyphilla of Symms. 
o38, 5 111. int. shoo, an expression used in frightening away fowls 

and birds. 
080, lo,7i. rumored news, infreq.. less than "08, 2o; the first of the 

early indications of anything, as, c>8o88co8oo'8cp, 4c, lo, 

Ic, lo, Ini, and 8cSo88, Im, lo. 
o38, ':lo, V. vide oSoSjSS, 4o, 2o. 



o8a^(SSo5 829 

oS8, 2o, V. to sew for decoration, as figures on a garment; n. orna- 
mental sewing. 

oS8, 3o, V. *co8, 3o, to jerk, twitch away suddenly, as a tiger 
seizing its prey; to catch (K. and C. S.); sometimes lo, or 2o. 

/soS, 3o, Ic, V. to jerk away. 

088, 4o, a. of an unmeirriageable age, not used alone, 008088, 
lo, 4io. 

088, 4o, a. *oo8, 4o, mixed in color, having rfcveral colors run 
together. 

088, 4o, 4c, a. of a dingy, dirty color. 

o8o^, 4o, Im, n. the long-tailed edolius, x>'[o88, Ic, 4o. 

o88o|, 4o, 2c, n. the same. 

oSy, 5c, 5c, adv. intensive, used with 9Q, 2c, to be very young. 

38, Ic, n. *00'[, Ic, a kind of spear used in spearing fish. 

00, Ic, V. *0D\, Ic, to rub, to rub off, as from the flesh. 

c8, Ic, Ic, V. to rub the head, but more generally to wash the 

head, vide oo'c^8, 2o, Ic. 

03, Ic, n. (C. S.) a time, vide />, 4c. 

co', Ic, 5c, adv. (C. S.) now. 

jsg^cSS, Ic, 2c, 3c, adv. (C.S.) soon. 

d8c6, Ic, 3o, V. (C.S.) to sneeze, vide "806, 3c, lo. 

<S, Ic, V. (C.S.) to ride, 8is a pony, vide , He. 

c8, 2c, a. four; (K.) 4c. 

cSS'SS, 2c, 2m, 3c, 71. a square. 

cSSSoS^Cj^, 2c, 2m, 2o, 3c, n. the points of the compass; a. 
celebrated, noted; adv. everywhere, far and wide. 

c8o5o^, 2c, Ic, 3o, adv. gallopingly. 

c8Soo, 2c, Ic, 3o, adv. the same. 

9C\, 2c, 3c, n. the chief points of the compass. 

>c|c8cSd% 2c, 3c, 2c, 2o; c5o', 2c, 2o, n. the same. 

CO, 2c, V. to be (juiet, used with c8cS, Im; (K.) 4c. 

cSdS, 2c, 2c, adv. with perfect quiet. 

eg' eg', 2c, 2c, Ic, Ic, adv. the same. 

tScc^S, 2c, 4o, n. the lips, vide S-ScotS, 2c, 4o, cBq^O^S, 2c, lo. 

B, 2c, 4o, 3c, V. to press open the lips. 

"ooS, 2c, 4o, 4c, V. to push up the upper lip. 



230 68co5 

dSoaSoocS, 2c, io, 2o, v. to be thick-lipped. 

^>"|j 2c. to, Ic, V. the .suD/ie. 

cS, 2c, 4o, To, V. to press tlie lips out to a point. 

8S, 2c, 4o, 2o, z>. to have a harelip. 

cSooi, 2c, 2c, n. (oSoooP.j cold. 

c8o5ei9, 2c, 2c, 4m, 3c, n. the seven belts of water which 

surround the Myenmo Mountain, co'ooo^S, Ic, Ic, 4}0, and 
are separated by seven ranges of mountains. 

o3co1,2c, 5c, n. Hsipaw (Thibaw^\ a Shan principality about one 
hundred miles northeast of Ava. 

oSco, 2c, 5c, n. (zBco P.) a religious duty, vide oSqS, Ic. 

0'^, 2c, 5c, 2c, }i. ( oEB.) one proficient in religious duty. 

c8co]ooo8, 2c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. (o8cOcug8P. j a vast rock on 
which the earth is supposed to rest. 

cSt?, 2c, 5c, n. a bamboo with several splits at one end used to 
thrust into a deep hole in which is loose eartli for the pur- 
pose of removing the earth; a bamboo with these splits 
woven with withes thus making a receptacle for a water 
chattee or flower-pot. 

o8(p^8, 2c, 2c, n. (oSc B.) Ceylon, vide oSS'^8oS(j|8, 4c, 2c, 2c, 2c. 

oS, 3c, n. the tooth of anything as a harrow, comb, &c., the 
round of any thing tis a ladder, applied also to slats, in/req. 
oSS, 3c. 

o'>^, 3c, 5c, n. the roller on which cloth is wound, as it is 
woven. 

@, 3c, Ic, n. the tooth of a comb. 

oS, 3c, V. (C.S. ) to evacuate the intestines; n. fceces, ordure; 
dirt of any sort, vide , 3c. 

oS^S, 3c, 4o, V. vide coS, 5c, 4o. 

cSsS, 3c, 5c, V. to be envious; to act a malevolently envious part. 

-s?oo|, 3c, 5c, 3c, Ic, V. the .same. 

0836, 3c, 2o, n. vide '6', 3c, 2o. 

cS8o, 3c, 00, n. the part of the head before and above the ear, 
tlie temple, al.io ^86", 3c, 5o. 

cSooS. 'ic, 4o, //. vide ooooS, 5c, 4o. 

cSio6, 3f, 5o, (idv. truly, indeed; conj. but. 



cSoo^, 3c, 5c, V. to sob, vide ooco-^S, 5c, 5c. 

c88cS, 3c, 3o, V. to have a creeping sensation from cold or fear. 

c2BS, 3c, 5o, n. the temple, vide oS86', 3c, 5o. 

oSo, 3c, 3c, n. vide oog, 5c, 3c. 

cocxxS, 3c, 4c, adv. the same as cSscS, 3c, 5o. 

oScSoS, 3c, 4c, V. to stumble, vide ^cSoS, 3c, 4c. 

CO, 4c, V. (solB.j to hinder, to prevent, to dissuade. 

CO, 5c, n. a reward, a favour conferred by a superior, vide oj 4c. 

CoJd, 3c, n. (oooSP. ) a rule in grammar; the first division of the 

Buddhist scriptures. 
- ^SvOj, 3c, 4c, 4o, 71. vide op^aDoS, 3c, 2o. 
coBf 3c, V. *odS, 3c, to wash, as the face. 
^c^coSooi, 3c, 3c, 5o, Ic, v. to wash the face. 
So, 3c, 4c, V. to wash the hands. 
coSoD'sS, 3c, 2o, n. (oooX)&F.) a burial ground for burying or 

burning corpses, (b.j. 
C10.S00.S, 3c, 3c, adv. with the sound of dicj^ing; plodding]T. 
ao^OD>S, 3c, 3c, 3c, 3c; c8Sc8S, 3c, 3c, 3o, 3o; 

OgiDcg^, 3c, 3c, 3c, 3c, adv. the same. 
CO.Sooo^, 3c, 2o, n. (^gg^P-) one of the grand divisions of the 

Buddhist scriptures, (b.). 
ooS, 4c, V. *odS, 4c, to be ripe, as fruit; to bring to a proper 

consistence, as boiled rice; to come to maturity, be ready 

for opening, as a boil; to become acquainted with, familiar 

with, as with books. 
cS, 4c, Ic, V. to be perfectly ripe, 
- ^8, 4c, 5o, V. to be overcooked. 
- J7f^, 4c, 5o, V. the same. 
zoS^^^S, 4c, 4c, adv. variegated with large patches of different 

colors, co', 4o. 
Co,b, 5c, V. *odS, 5c, to be confused, tangled, intermixed. 
^co^oo', 5c, 4o, 5c, 3c, r. to disturb others by loud talk; to 

be inconsistent in one's talk. 
c6, 5c, Ic, V. to be confused in mind. 
- c8oo^fi~o9, 5c, Ic, 5c, 4c, v. the same. 
ddB, 5c, 5c, adv. topsy-turvy, in a very disordered condition. 



^3^ o^EcjlS 

OdS. oc, :. *C0.S, 5c. to conceal, as stolen goods. 

O^^, 5c, V "oOiS, oc, to set on as a dog, as, 00^|-^6', 5c, 
Ic, -io. 

o^B, 5c, V. to put out as fire by covering with ashes or by thrust- 
ing a lighted stick into ashes. 

co^oo^, 5c, 5c, (idv. in a taciturn way. 

o^S'S, 5c, 5c, 71. (o^sP.) happiness, freedom from trouble. 

8S, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. ( 8^ P.) a wise man. 

OoS, 2o, n. a fish trap. 

O^^, 2o, V. *odS, 2o, to put into and take up, as food with a 
spoon; to scoop up. 

ZoS, 2o, V. odS, 2o, to hit, strike, as a buffalo with the horns. 

OdS, 2o, z'. *co>S, 2o, i;. to be bad, as, ooSQ'^ooSscSscS, 4o, Im, 
2o, 5o, 5o. 

COJDc8, 5c, 5c, 5c, 71. (o^oc8P.J transition to a happy state of 
existence. 

O^.S, 5o, V. to push into, c^, 2c, as, ap^cio% 5o, 4c, to push some- 
thing into the fire to extinguish it, infreq.^ vide oo^, 5c, 

OO^COiSo^^'^^?, 5o, 4c, 5o, 4c, v. to nod through sleepiness. 

CX^S, Ic, V. *a3S, Ic, to be high, lofty; (K.) 4c. 

wli, lc,4c, V. to grow tall; to grow. 

c8S, Ic, 4o, V. to be lofty and slender. 
u3S, Ic, lo, V. the same. 

coSyS, Ic, 4c, adv. vide co8(j|S, 4c, 4c. 

CoScp, 2c, 5c, n. (co^P.j emptiness, nothingness; the sign of a 

cipher, vide Q. 
opS, 4c, V. *oo8, 4c, (208^ to use, make use of, employ. 
CO*, 4c, 2o, V. to make use of by spending. 

cgS, 4c, 2c, V. ( csodS B.) to use, make use of, employ. 

"^^1) ^c, 5c, 2c, V. to use falsehood. 

D^5, 4c, V. *CX)S, 4c, (o^^iB.) to be spent, expended, as a num- 
ber divided without a remainder, as the destined term of 
life, the duration of a city, uifreq. 

OoSw, 4c, 5c, V. (sx^gB.) to instruct, discipline. 

Oo8(j^S, 4c, 4c, adv. exceedingly, applied to light, as, c8o''coy^S, 
4o, 5c, 4c, 4c, to be very light, ako Ic, 4c. 



cg5<j'^SooS(p8, 4c, 4c. 4c, 4c; oSS^S, 4c, 4c, 4o, 4o; coS 

q\6, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. .the same. 
coS, lo, n. *oaS, lo, a powerful evil spirit; the devil. 
OoS, lo, V. to have an inclination for, to have a liking for, as 

theatricals. 
OoS, 2o, V. *oo8, 2o, to convey, conduct a person; to convey 

something. 

JD, !^o, 4o, V. to convey intelligence; to tattle, tell tales. 

S"O|0o6./g|8, 2o, 5c, 2o,2c, v. to seek to neutralize witchery; to 

offer to nats. 
co8'si8, 2o, lo, lo, V. the same. 
coS, 2o, V. to conceal, hide, secrete, vide cSS, 2o. 
cc6, 4o, V. *OdS, 4o, to fail through excess, as when the fruit 

does not correspond with the growth and thriftiness of the 

tree; to not fill out, as the grain in the earo 
Co5, 4o, V. *ooS, 4o, to take refuge, hide, as from enemies. 
coooSJB, 5c, 5c, 3o, n. ( coeSoS P. ) a good deed, opposed to 

00008^, 5c, 5c, 3o. 
cocS, 4c, V. to blow gently upon and charm, infreq., 08, 2c. 
-so, 4c, 5c, V. the same. 
cxpcS, lo, V. *oo', lo, to be not straight, not parallel as cloth 

torn unevenly; to be askew; (K.j 4o. 
cocSoo^coo^, 2o, 3o, 2c, n. (egecScooS B.j the mark of a Buddh's 

foot. 
CorS, 4o, V. *30', 4o, (gco8 B.) to rub one substance on another, to 

polish, to rub on the touchstone, as gold, cSo'sS, lo. 
cocScocS, 4o, 4o, (idv. in a fine, open manner, as a flower, .O. 3c 
CooS, 2c, V. *00o5, 2c, to draw as into the nose with eff'ort, as any 

odoriferous substance; to drag, scrape along, as the feet. 
'S6'c8'^, 2c, 4o, Ic, V. to drag one's sandal in walking. 
0,0, 2c, 3c, 3c, V. the same as ooo5, 2c, 1st def. 
c8'>S, 2c, Ic, V. to drag the feet in walking. 
9^, 2c, lo, V. the same as coo5, 2c, 1st def. 
OOjCooS, 2c, 3c, 2c, V. to smell of medicine 
cooS, 3c, V. *ooo5, 3c, to move, to draw back, also 5c. 
' -0|, 3c, 2c, V. to move in any direction. 
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34. o^^ 

00 oSdg 1 CO o5 "8 '>S, 3c, 2c, 3c, 4c, v. to advance and retreat. 

g]coo5|, 3c, 2c, 3c, 4c, V. the sdine. 

8, 3c, 3c, V. to press respectfully into the presence of. 

"S^ScoS, 3c, 4c, Ic, V. to retreat, retrograde. 

CO, 3c, Ic, V. to approach, draw near. 

ODoSooJd, 3c, 3c, 4o, v. to reduce the height of anything; to 

lower; to descend to a lower place, as hand over hand down 

a tree. 

oS, 3c, Ic, V. to yield, draw back. 
tf g. 3c, 4c, V. vide oooSoo, 3c, Ic. 

yl^^J^l' '^^' ^^' ^^' ^^' '^" ^^ ^^^^ ^ better place by moving 

oi.es position. 
Ooo5, 4c, /'. *0D0, 4c, a bed curtain. 

jd6od5, 4c, lo, 4c, n. a mosquito curtain. 

OooS, 4c, V. *O0OQ, 4c, to be the end or extremity of; to come to 

an end. 
Jb. 4c, 2o, V. to die. 

co6cx3o5coo5, 4c, 3c,4c, 3o, v. to be the end of life, to die. 

'oSS, 4c, 3m, V. to end, come to an end. 

ociOyoScfiiD, 4c, Ic, 4c, 3(>, //. the end of one's vision. 

(-ip^, 4c, Ic, V. the same as cooSjd, 4c, 2o. 

'y^^' 4c, 4o, V. the ,sarn as CooS, 4c. 

OQoS. 4c, V. *ooo8j 4c, to be nibbed off, worn by friction, abraded. 

oooS, oc, :'. to recede from, move along, to give place, lide 

a^o5, 3c. 

3*c8-?3'c8cS, 5c, oo, 3c. 5o, lo, v. to move one's place. 

OyOO, 5c, 5c, n. fooooP.j information, knowledge. 

cooS, 2o, 7'. *oooO, 2o, to be rounded, elevated in the centre, as 

rice when heaped in a basket; to blor.t. 
coo5, 5(). T'. *coo5, 5(), to sip, sup, drink, to eat something with 

-I sy)()()n. 

JiT-t' . 5(), Ic, z\ the same. 

co'>F^^'>c, Ic, Ic. adv. with a verv gray appearaiice, used with 

w^S. 'io. and /pS, 3c. 
o^^c^-^, Ic, 4c. adv. spotlessly, without sUiin, used with c58^, 2o. 
co'sS. 4c, c- . (K. ) to braid, lide cS8, lo 



Oo-jS, 5c, v. to fail to do or be. 

OD9S, lo, n. *oa'>S, lo, an enclosure for cultivation, a garden, 
g^, 3o. 

'O'^i lo, Ic, 71. a cotton field. 

601S, lo, 4c, n. a vegetable garden. 

6o, lo, 4c, 2c, . an onion bed. 

- g-S, lo, 2c, n. a flower garden. 

- ^^, lo, 3o, 71. the same as cooS, lo 

,r3^o8 S, lo, 4c, 2m, n. an enclosure of fruit trees or flowering 

plants, a garden, an orchard, 
cov^, lo, V. *00'2S, lo, to thrust through, as a bar through a 

hole of a post. 

, lo, Ini, V. to thread a needle. 

' jo'coS, lo, lo, Ic, V. to make the hole in a buff'alo's or ox's 

nose. 
o^-^S^ lo, V. *oo'S, lo, to be mixed together, to be confused in a 

mass. 
- eg, lo, Ic, V. to be confused, troubled in mind, cg-sc, Ic, Ic. 

oo-^cco^GcSjDaS, lo, lo, 4c, 4o, Ic, V. the same as cx^'^S, lo, 

008, lo, 4c, n. a tangle, maze (^ of the passions j, vide ^CCO00|, 

5c, 2c, 2c. 
Cxp'^S, 3o, n. *oo^, 3o, the heel; the blunt end of anything, as a 

spear. 

OoS, 3o, 4c, n. a rear party of soldiers. 
c8'S, 3o, Ic, n. the heel of the foot. 

^8, 3o, 4c, 71. the heel of the hand, i. e. the hard part below 

the wrist. 

^^, 3o, 2c, 7}. the iron point at the end of a spear, which is 

thrust into the ground. 

co'sSoScpoo^, 3o, 4m, lo, v. to be in a mixed-up, confused 
condition. 

CO>S, 4o, V. *0D'^, 4o, to urge on, to push forward, as fuel into 
a fire; to fall forward as when one stumbles; to urge, ex- 
hort; to bow the head, as, (j|8ooS, Ic, 4o, with bowed head. 

/DoScoo^/3S, 4o, Ic, 2c. Ic, V. to incite, urge to a quarrel. 

cSop^'^g'jS, 4o, Ic, 4o, 4c, V. to nod through drowsiness. 



236 o^SS 

co'sScoJd, 4o, 5o, v. to reel from any cause, with CO, 5o, to fall 

forward. 
oS, 4o, lo, V. to urge, exhort. 
CO, 4o, 5o, V. to fall down violently. 
cojS, 3c, n. (K.) a time, a turn, vide cotS*, 3c. 
oyS, 3c, V. (K.) to connect, join, unite, vide 086*, 2c. 
006*, 4)C, i;. *co6', 4c, to put into, as a finger into a ring, or a 

foot into a shoe; to put on as a garment. 

cS, 4c, 2c, V. to meet, engage in combat. 

00, 4c, 4c, V. to put on a fetter. 

qj8, 4c, Ic, V. to put something on the head, as a hat. 

ootS, 5c, V. to bend downward. 

co(Sa3iS, 5c, oc,adv.vide ODiScocS, 5o, 5o. 

odS, 4o, 11. *CoS, 4o, the mouth, the opening of the lips, the lips 

collectively. 

ocS, 4o, 5c, V. to be accustomed to repeat news, to retail news. 

S, 4o, 3c, v. to have the lips remain open as a natural churac^ 

teristic. 

jg, 4o, 4o, V. to be rough, violent in speech. 

jpS, 4o, 3o, V. to have a large mouth. 

"88, 4o, lo, V. to be hard-mouthed, hard-bitted, as a horse; to 

be rough in words. 
"SS, 4o, 4o, V. to use offensive language. 

'^898008, 4o, Ic, Ic, 4o, 71. the entrance of a road, 

oonci^ici)', 4o, 4c, 4c, lo, v. to be sharp-tongued. 

00, 4o, 3o, V. to have a sour or acid taste in the moutli. 

Q06, 4o, 4o, n. the entrance of a road. 

'^, 4o, Ic, V. to be loquacious; to be noisy in speech. 

-oCdpccS, 4o, Ic, 4o, 3o, V. the same. 

>'', 4o, 3c, V. to have puffy lips. 

01 (?8, 4o, Ic, 5c, lo, V. to have exceedingly broad flaring lips, 

3o5, 4o, 4m, 71. that part of a gun which holds the flint. 

26", 4o, 5o, V. to be a person of many words, noisy in speech. 

^8, 4o, lo, and 5o; 88cocSc6', 4o, lo, 4o, 5o, v. the .same. 

OD*. 4u, lo, V. to be fluent in speaking in a quarrelsome manner, 

S. 4o. 5o. V. to have the lips drawn in, as an aged person. 



oJod' 237 

006*08, 4o, Ic, V. to use pleasant language. 

cS, 4o, lo, V. to protrude the lips; to be sharp-tongued . 

8S, (or 85), 4o, 2o, n. a harelip. 

8o5, (or 8o5), 4<o, 4c, v. to have the lips drawn toward one 

side, 

^poS^ 4o, 4c, V. to be forward in speech, to brag, to indulge 

in vain, inconsiderate language. 

q^', 4o, 00, V. to be rough, abusive in speech, 

5^6, 4o, 8c, n. the mouth of a river. 

006*006*, 5o, 5o, adv. noisy, as when a pig eats, also 5c, 5c. 

cSScSS, 5o, 5o, 5c, 5c; co6cg6, 5o, 5o, 5c, 5c, adv. 

the same. 

COOS', vide 00. 

Co8<i)8, 2c, 2c, adv. very faded in appearance, as much-used clothes; 
with a white appearance, as eyes covered with a white film, 
^-aS, 2o, 

a^8o^8oo|CX)|, 3c, 3c, 3c, 3c, adv. with the sound of falling 
water. 

008, 3c, (6) n. (K.) a key, vide coo^, 4c. 

C08, 4c, 71. *oo|8, 4c, (c^8 B.) a sheep. 

C08, 4c, a. liump-backed, used of cattle, as, (^8098, 4c, 4c, an ox 
with a hump on the back. 

en, Ic, V. CO, Ic, to gather together by placing the ends together, 
as wood for making a fire; to collect in a heap, as, OOjD'^S 
.o5/3'^o', Ic, Ic, Ic, Ic, 5c; to make a heap by setting up 
sticks obliquely with the ends together at the top and sepa- 
rated at the bottom. 

oo'[cx5fc|8, Ic, 2c, Ic, 4c, v. to gather for the present and futurp 
meals, that is, to eat together in token of marriage. 

00', Ic, 4c, V. to collect together and burn; to set on fire. 

^, Ic, 2c, V. to come together, as a man and woman eat to- 
gether as a marriage ceremony. 

tp^ojO'sS, Ic, Ic, Ic, V. to gather in a company, to gathe. 
together. 

0^00*, lc,2o, n. Thongze, a Shan principality fifty miles northeas 
of Ava. 



238 c^^^ 

CO, 2c, 7'. 00, 2c, to spread over, overspread, cover over, vide 

Q.y 2o; to catch fish by covering a place with a basket; n\ 

a beisket for that pui'pose. 

<p^o, 2c, Ic, V. to cover the head. 

CO, 3c, V. *o5, 3c, to be dim sighted, near sighted. 

00, Sc, 4c, V. to be dim sighted. 

o^, 4c, z\ *co, 4c, (as B.j to fail, be defeated, lose. 

T^'i^, 4c, 4o, V. to lose men, as in a battle. 

coo5coo'>^, 4c, 8o, 4c, lo, v. to live destitute of the comforts 

or pleasures of life. 
CO, 4c, 2c, v. the same as co, 4c. 
oSScojg', 4c, 3m, 4c, Ic, v. to lose altogether. 

CO]i, 4c, 4c, V. to lose a cause in law. 

'>c, 4c, Ic, c'. to suffer severe loss. 

ojuBS-oi, 4c, 4c, 3m, 2c, v. to lose all. 

c^, 4c, 2c, V. the same. 

oo, 4c, n. (K.) a bamboo with several splits at one end; (C. S.j 

Ic, vide o8(?, 3c, 5c. 
CO, oc, n. *00, oc, a building for temporary purposes, a booth, 

a shed; a stall, a shop. 

/jS, oc, lo, n. a watch house. 

/3o5, oc, 2o, n. a shop. 

.o^acji, 5c, 2o, 4c, n. a shed, booth, generally with a flat roof j 

Co^c|8, 5c, Im, 4c. n. a roofed scaffold built for watching a 

rice field. 
Oo'cQo, 5c, 2o, Im, w. a shed with a roof sloping on one side 

only. 

0^6, 5c, 2c, n. a place for smelting ores. 

CXDO, .5c, 4o, n. a long range of sheds with uniform roof. 

5jS"sb, 5c, Ic, 3c, n. a cooking place. 

y^ScoS, 5c, Ic, 3c, n. a distillery. 

oj, 3o, a. *co, 3o, sour, acid. 

/?5, 3o, 4o, n. young leaves of tlie tamarind tree. 

^'^i 3o, 2o, n. the leaves of a creeper, which are prized for 

their acidity. 
^'^5 3o, Ic, n. the soap acacia, acacia rugata. 



aj 239 

CodSSjO], 3o, lo, Ic, n, a sour weed. 

'>C'[cooo'[, So, 3c, 3o, ic, v. to be sour visaged. 

o, 3o, Ic, n. the roselle plant, of which there are three kinds, 

co(^c8S, 3o, Ic, lo; c^Cj^c^^, 3o, Ic, 2o; oJ<^'^, 3o, Ic, lo. 

8, 3o, Ic, a, a little sour. 

08, 3o, Ic, a. the same. 

jsg^S, 3o, 2c, a. sourish, 

00, 5o, V. *0D, 00, to be convex, vide co, 5o. 

''[Cooo|, 00, 3c, 5o, Ic, V. to hold the face down so as not to 

see a pex'son or thing. 

OvSjdcS, 5o, 2o, lo. V. to be convex with the edges turning in. 

00, Ic, pr. ye or you. 

CO 8, Ic, 3c, jjr. the s<inie, respectful. 

000, Ic, 4c, adv. intensive, very white, as rice, used with 08, lo, 
"s8coo, lo, Ic, 4c. 

-ODloi, Ic, 4c, Ic, 4c, adv. the same. 

CO, 2c, a. aux. (osao B.) applied to deities, pagodas, &c. 
CO, 2c, V. *00'[, 2c, to come to, go to, reach, often used with an- 
other verb, as, wi^oo, 4c, 2c, to come to, els friends from 
whom one has been separated; to be near, as, 0000 w, 2c, 
3o, to be close to the time of ripening, c6, Ic. 
CO, 2c, V. *CO|, 2c, to fizz out as damp gunpowder in a rocket, 
or heated iron in water, to fail in an undertaking, 

oo, 2c, 2c, adv. with a fizzing sound. 

00, 2c, V. *00|, 2c, ( Q B.) to smoke opium. 

oo^^cgcxDl, 2c, 3c, 2c, 2c, adv. hurriedly. 

cocoo^^S, 2c, 2c, 4c, V. ( ooeooScooDSg B. ) to be religious, 

upright; n. a religious person. 
OOC)]^, 2c, 2c, n. ( COCp P. ) any liquor or drug which intoxicates, 
C08, 3c, 

scSQoo, 2c, 2c, 2c, oc, 5c, n. ^ cwcjoo P.) the same. 

co8oo|, 2c, oc,2c, n. (^oj^oo P.j the sun, j:>^0'^, lo, 4c. 

00, 3c, V. *oo'[, 3c, to have clandestine intercourse; to like, to 

wish, find pleasure. 
00, 3c, adv. often; with negative j3Q, 2c, rarelv. seldom, not often. 
00, 4c, n. *00|, 4c, (ao P.j a reward, a favor. 



240 eoSoSS 

tijc^S, 4-c. 2o; ogS. 4c, 4c, ( at^coooSi B.): <^'^. ^c, 4c, v, 
to prav. 

DDiS, 4c, 3o, . ( OD(S B. ) a reward, present. 

00, 4c, r. *00|, 4c, to push up, boost. 
OOc88, 4c, 4o. adv. intensive, used with -ac, 2c. 
CcS, Ic. r. j^Prtr/. denotes separation, as, wg|soS, 2c, Ic, to go away 
from; pr . any; conj. than, in comparison ; a. one, as, cdS 
CJD], Ic, 5c, one person 

o, Ic, 4c, V. part, the polite imperative ending. 

SjDiCoSyp^S, Ic, 5c, Ic, 4o, n. one person, any one. 

?/>?, Ic, ;3c, rony. although, atKxed to the verb. 

2CjS, Ic, 5o, adv. yet; afterward; conj. but, infreq.., znde :BqcS, 

3c, 5o. 
9C^ Ic, lo, V. (K.) TvV/e coSc\D% Ic, lo. 

ODO, Ic, 5c, V. part, denoting past action; also the completion 

of the beginning of an act. 

coS. Ic, 4c, adv. yet; afterward, then; co7ij. but, infreg., mde 

o8coiB, 3c, 4c. 

CO'. Ic, lo, V. to grudge, be unwilling to part with; to regret 

the loss of; at the end of a sentence, a conj. although. 
co^'coSco^, Ic, lo, Ic, 2c, V. the .same a.s ccSco*, Ic, lo, 

y;So5, Ic, 4c, adv. a very little, 

y38c6cdS/3Qo5, Ic, 4c, Ic, 4c, adv. the same. 

coS, Ic, V. *00-[, Ic, to forfeit, COD^, 2c. 

coS, 2c, V. *C0], 2c, to bear on the back, as a child. 

scS/aoS, 2c, 4c, Ic, T. the same. 

coS, 2c, V. *00'. 2c, to be unchanged, to remain; adv. permanently. 

soS, 2c. 2c, adv. continually, permanently, vide C30'[C3S, 2c, 2c. 

ccS'^l, 2c, 2c, V. (lOOaDB.) to be well furnished, nicely arranged, 

as dress, &c., vide -^U- 3c, 3c. 
CcSco', 3c, lo. V. frequent proimnciation for coSod', Ic, lo. 
CoS, 4c, V. *oD'[, 4c. to be small, fine, to have small particles; 
to be fine, as thread, 

scS, 4c. 4c, V. to be small, minute, tiny. 

CcS^S). 4c, 4c, V. (C. S. ) to wash or sift for gold, vide oo6"S) to, 4c. 
CoSoSS, ic, 2o, n. (sqjjJ^SB.) a stall. 



coSooo, 4c, 4c, V. rc6jj8c8B. ) to go from one market to others 

in succession to trade, /D-o'cOvOoS, 5c, lo, 4c, ^o. 
ccSoscS, 4c, 4c, 4o, n. (caogc^cbs B.) gentian. 
cdSc8^, 4c, 5c, 71. (c30ic86'B.) a cigar. 
coS, lo, V. *0D\, Ic, to sail or glide about, as a flat stone propelled 

through the air. 
coS, 2o, V. *0D\, 2c, to thrust in or through, as through a hole; 

(K.) 2c, or 4c. 
S8, 2o, 3m, V. to pick the teeth. 

00, 2o, Ic, V. to thrust off as fruit or leaves, with a pole. 

OoS, 2o, 4o, V. to stir up trouble, as a busybody. 

coSooSco, 2o, 4o, 4o, 5c, v. the same. 

^cS, 2o, 2c, V. to twist off with a forked pole, as fruit or leaves. 

coS, 2o, V. *oo^, 2c, to play on a violin; (K.) 4c. 

ccS, 3o, or 3c, n. an associate, friend, companion, vide co|, 5c. 

ccS, 3o, n. *00'[, 3c, a bolt, crossbar. 

^-28, 3o, 4o, n. the pegs of a yoke, pegs used to fasten the 

baskets to tlie pole of a cooly. 
coo^, 3o, 4c, 11. the bolt of a lock. 
Oo5, 3o, 2o, n. the pin or crossbar of a pair of stocks. 
cSo.Soo, 3o, 4c, Ic, 11. a door bolt or bar. 

^oS, 3o, 2c, n. the spindle of the quill of a shuttle. 

J3^c8S, 3o, 2c, 2c, 11. an auger bit; a screw. 

ccS, 3o, f . part, a colloquial affix. 

ccS, 4o, V. *co'[, 4c, to sound like a cracked gong; to have a 

cracked voice, oSScoS, Im, 4o. 
coS/DiS, 4o, 3o, V. (oogSscotS B.) to adhere to. be under the 

guidance of. 
ccS, 00, V. *00, 5c, to censure, blame; speak evil of, revile. 

3^, 5o, 4c. V. the same. 

od', Ic, V. *o3, Ic, to put aside, awciy, to reject; to move aside, 

change one s place. 
- 8o5, Ic, 3o, V. the savie. 
CO% 3c, n. *c8, 3c, intestines. 
h, 3c, 2c, V. to be angry, used with c^o5, Ic, Ic, c^c6d0^j5, 

Ic, Ic, 3c, 2c. 
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242 '-8B^ 

od'/d'JdcoS, 3c, 2c, 2o, 4o, 71. the fibrous parts about the lobes 

of the jackfruit. 

"^So^8, 3c, 5o, lo, 71. the large intestine. 

^S^'jS, 3c, 5o, 2c, n. the small intestine. 

goS> 3c, 4c, V. to be easily provoked. 

C^S, 3c, lo, n. the .savie as oo^'oScoS, 3c, 5o, lo. 

CO*, 3c, 4o, n. the same, 

<^B, 3c, 2c, n. the warp. 

%. ' '^^' ^^> ^'- ^^ ^^^ ^" uneasiness from want of food, to be 

hungry; ooo', 5c, 3c. 
co'. 4c, n. *c8, 4c, a fish trap; a box trap. 
-Oj, 4c, Ic, 71. tlie .same as 1st def. 
CO^, 5c. V. *oS, 5c, to select, choose the good from the bad: to 

be constantly eating, as a child, 

^>c, 5c, Ic, V. to eat, consume food, choosing the good only. 
odS, 5c, 3o, v. to eat after another has eaten, selecting some- 
thing from what remains. 

cio^, 5c, 4c, V. to sort food separating edible from non-edible. 
CD% lo, n. *cS, Ic, a line, anything drawn out; a thread, string, 

cord; a ray, as of light; (K.) 4o. 
jD^y, lo, 5c, 5c, 71. the reins. 
jdSo'jS, lo, lo, 4c, 71. a ray of light. 
- X)5, lo,2o, 7i. the string of a crossbow. 
^o5w, lo. 4o, 5c, 71. a girth. 
jj6(^, lo, 4o, 5c, 71. the sa7ne. 

^S, lo, lo. 71. a bowstring; the string of a bow used in dressing 

cotton. 

/^5, lo, 4o. n. the belt of a machine wheel. 
j^Sq-jS, lo. 4o, 4c. n. a vein of silver. 

'T^'s^, lo, lo, n. braces, suspenders. 

- .g, lo, 4o, n. tlie order of words. 

>g-^S, lo, 4o,3c, 71. an order of words in a line of a rhythmical 

book in whicli several words of the same tone follow in 

succession. 
-g'^^'^c, lo, 4o, 4c, n. the same. 
>^W0^. lo- "io- ^'- " ^ natural use of words in a poetical book. 



oo'coS 243 

OO'^pooS, To, 4o, 40, n. a redundant use of words in a poetical 

book. 
oioaS, lo,2c, 4<o, n. (oltoEs B.) a girdle or cord for the waist, 

co'^8, lo, lo, applied for the most part among the Shans 

to a priest's girdle. 

~8cSc8'^, lo, 4o, Ic, 71. the upper straps of a sandal, 

^<S, lo, 3o, n. a strip of cloth woven by itself; tape, ribbon. 

c8cS, ]o, 3m, n. the band of a lathe. 

c^888'*, lo, 5o, 2o, 4c, 71. race, lineage, line of descent. 

CO, lo, Ic, n. the cord of life. 

c^-ooS, lo, Ic, 2o, V. to die. 

c^ao'co^', lo, Ic, lo, 4c, n. the same as OO^c^, lo.lc. 

co6*oo'o, lo, 4o, lo, 4o, n. the same as oo^vg, lo, 4o. 
- ooS, lo, 4o, n. a road 

ooSoo^oo]^, lo, 4o, lo, 3c, n. the same. 
-001, lo, Ic, n. eyesight. 

cx)'['So5, lo, Ic, 2o, V. to have tlie eyes fixed and sightless, as 
a dying person. 

oojco, lo, Ic, Ic, V. to be quick-sighted. 

OO^yao^S, lo, Ic, 3o, v. to be unable to see an object distinctly. 

c8S, lo, 2c, 71. the strings of a harp. 

cgS, lo, 5c, n. the muscular substance which holds the intestines 

together, "SSooS, 3o, 5c. 
- oo"SS, lo, 5c, 3m, V. to have the muscles of the belly in a 

tense, rigid state, so as to be hard to the touch. 
oo8, lo, Ic, 11. a rein, the strap of a bridle. 
^c, lo, 6c, n. a water course, a river channel, the current of a 

stream. 
^^S/iS, lo, 2c, 4o, n. a martingale,a hat-string. 

0OOD|, lo, 5c, 2c, n. a streak of lightning. 

p9C", lo, lo, 11. sheets of rain, as when driven by the wind. 

ao', lo, 4c, n. the coruscation of flame. 

0^8, lo, lo, 11. a woven cord. 

8o5, lo, 4m, n. a fish line, vide OO'SoS, lo, 4ra. 

S(^, lo,3o, 11. a flash of lightning. 

co, lo, Ic, n. the cord in the nose of a buffalo or bullock. 



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24i OD^c 

oo'co|, lo, !<;, n. race, lineage, (b.). 

c8o5, lo, 2o, . a sunbeam. 

cSoScS^oS, lo, 2o, 5c, V. to strike powerfully, as the rays of the sun. 

cS-jS, lo, Ic, n. a ridge of earth, vide c8cS, So. 

c8, lo, Ic, n. the navel. 

c88cp, lo, Ic, 4o, n. a prominent navel. 

cx^S, lo, 5o, n. a kind of braided cord for tying books, suspending 

dahs, &c. 
CO, lo, 4o, n. the direction of the wnid; a muscle, tendon. 
c8o5, lo, 3o, 71. an artery or vein. 

oBoSod'o^, lo, 3o, lo, 4o, M. blood vessels, veins, arteries and 

muscles. 

c88, lo, Ic, n. vide od'c6, lo, Ic. 
80S, lo, 4m, n. vide c^'SoS, lo, 4m. 
98, lo, lo, n. a crupper. 

1?, lo, 5o, n. a cord or band for the waist; a girdle. 

cpoSw, lo, 5c, 5c, n. a girth. 

j|c8o5, lo, 2c, 3o, n. a bloody wound or a black and blue 

spot, as in a bruise. 
qS, lo, lo, n. a prince, (b.). 
- -Q^, lo, 2o, n. the navel string, umbilical cord. 
<^, lo, 3c, n. a water course. 
- -5^08, lo, 3c, w. wire. , 

JiO&S, lo, 5c, 2c, w. rays of light. 
- -^cS, lo, Im, 71. a muscle. 

i;88, lo, lo, n. a belt; any cord worn about the waist. 

jaSSEtS'oSop', lo, ]o, 4o, Ic, 4o, n. a girdle adorned with plates 

of buffalo horn. 
/^oBScoB, lo, lo, 4o, 4ic, Ji. a girdle adorned with plates of 

copper, 

fSoS, lo, 4o, n. a rope passing round the chest, as in the 

trappiiigs of an elephant. 
od', lo, V. to tremble, shake, used with OO-^S, 2c, CO'>?00>8oo''od', 

2c, 2c, lo, lo. 
00*c^ lo, lo, culv. vide ^oo'c*, 5c, lo, lo, to have some ground 

for lx;lieving; 11. probability. 



coD^o 245 

OO'ccS, lo, 4o, n. the tree from whose bark the Shans make paper; 

a kind of mulberry, the same as ooSoD|, 3o, Ic. 
OO', 2o, V. *dS, 2c, to take out, produce, bring to light; to shake, 

to move from one side to another, as the head; to wash by 

rinsing, to rinse, as garments; to wash the head; to scratch, 

as a fowl. 
jaBoo'tS^, 2o, 3c, 2o, lo, v. to wash the head. 

c88, 2o, 3o, V. to shake up cut grass, as in drying it. 

^6, 2o, Ic, V. the same as OD'oSoo'tS^, 2o, 3c, 2o, lo. 

oo', 3o, V. *c8, 3c, to repay. 

cBcpO'sS, 3o, 4o, Ic, V. the same. 

Q^, 3o, 3c, V. to pay a debt. 

00^, 3o, V. to buy, purchase, used with c8o, 5c. 

00^, 4o, n. *dS, 4c, sand. 

oaS, 4o, 4c, n. a bubbling of water mixed with sand. 

y, 4o, 4m, n. a kind of crystal, mica. 

oo', 5o, n. *o8, 5c, the left side, as opposed to the right. 

00*, 5o, V. to move aside, move one s place, used with cooS, 5c. 

COD|^, 5c, n. the wood from which clogs are sometimes made. 

cooj, 5c, V. *oo, 5c, to place before, to present to; to follow as a 

disciple. 
COO|cdS, 5c, 5o, V. to lean upon, loll upon, as a child on its mother; 

to persuade by speaking slowly and secretly. 
COOICCOJ, 5c, 5c, V. to act in a light, playful manner, to cause 

laughter; to play the buffoon. 

-ecSccS, 5c, 5c, 5o, 5o, v. the same. 

coo^, Ic, n. *C01, Ic, a Chinese coin ^Chinese). 

COd9co^, Ic, 4c, adv. lustrously, brightly, used with S, 3c, and 

cgS, 2c. 
C009, 2c, V. ( cso5 B. ) to rouse, excite to action, urge on; to 

herald, cry publicly, to proclaim. 
C/3Q^, 2c, 4c, V. ( cos5 B ) the same. 
CDD^Ccp^, 2c, 2c, adv. with a very dull faded color, ^'>S, 2o. 
soo^, 4c, n. *00\, 4c, (cooo B.) a key. 
coo^, 4c, V. *0D'[, 4c, to sing, coo^^, 4c, 4o. 
cco'Tjd, 4c, 5c, n. (coodoo P.j anxiety. 



24.6 c^S 

COD^caS, 4c, 4o, V. to persuade, urge to do. 

ccx)]'cco'[, 4c, 4tc. adv, buzzingly, with a confused murmuring 

sound. 
cOD^ooi^, 4c, 2c, n. ^coDooo P.) the ear. 

oSS, 4c, 2c, 3c. 5c, n. ( -o^ P.) the first state at- 
tained by an areeyah. 
oo5c8(focoooS, 4c, 2c, 3c, 5c, 5c, 5c, 2o, n. ( ocogoS 

P.) one who has attained the reward of this state. 
. o^5c8<^8, 4c, 2c, 3c, 5c, 2c, n. ( ^cS P.) the reward 

of this state. 
oo5c8S, 4c, 2c, 3c, 5c, 3o, n. ( -wfi P.j the duties of 

this state. 
ooSc8 J^/)00'>S, 4c, 2c, 3c, 5c, 3o, 5c. 2o, n. ( '^PS^? 

P. ) one who has performed the duties of this state. 
o-aS, 4c, 2c, 2o, n. ( o| P.) vide coojooiooSc8, 4c, 2c, 

;)c, 5c. 
oooSoo^c, 4c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. (oooo^ P.) the faculty of 

hearing. 
coo'j'coao, 4c, 5c, 5c, a. (coo3goo P.) sixteen 
o8cS'(jjiD^, 4c, 5c, 5c, 4c, 4o. 4o. n. the sixteen countries 

embraced in ancient India. 
^S, 4c, n. *odS, 4c, battle, war. 

oS 4c, 5o, V. to fall back, retreat. 

."p, 4c, Ic, n. anxiety. 

riji, 4c, 2o, V. to scatter after a battle. 

iS, 4c, 5o, V. to gain a battle. 

'^, 4c, 4o, V. to form an ambuscade. 

o^, 4c, 5c, V. to lose a battle. 

9^^, 4c, lo, Ic, n. a sudden skirmish. 

o^^c^S, 2o, 2o, adv. very, used with cS^, 2o. 

o^E, So, V. *odS, 3o, (a^oS B.j to arrive at, bring up to, come 

along side of, to moor as a boat. 
c^^OD, 3o, 2c, V. (sooSao B. ) to be or have in common. 
0^5, 2c, n. *od, 2c, a ruler of a small district, <,^2^5, 2c, 2c, SS 

0^5, 4c, 2c. 
c^6, 2c, n. ^coS, 2c, a shed. 



d^S 24.7 

c85o', 2c, 4o. n. a shelter for buffaloes. 

"o^, 2c, 5o, n. a shed for pounding rice. 

co8, 2c, 5o, '. a shelter for elephants. 

c^^, 2c, ^c, n. a woodhouse. 

o8, 2c, 4c, M. a shelter for cattle. 

0^8, 2c, n. a country. 

<:^6o'>^^S, 2c, 3c, 3o, 4o; <5ococcS, 2c, 5c, 5c, 3o, n. the 
same. 

cSS, 2c, 71. ^C.S.) a measure of capacity, vide sS, 2o. 

oSScDoS, 3c, 3c, adv. witli an overpowering smell, 8cS, Ira. 

-00800S, 3c, 3c, 3c, 3c, adv. the same. 

c88, 4c, V. *ooS, 4c, to throw, cast as a stone, vide cS, 3c. 

coSoc8, 5c, 5c, oflv. slightly reeling, or tottering. 

088006, 5c, 5c, V. to be stupid, not clever, irifreq., vide c8S, 5c. 

Cq88, lo, lo, adv. clearly, cS, Ic. 

C^S, 2o, ti. *oo8, 2o, to hide, keep back, conceal, secrete; to do 
secretly, covertly. 

8<S, 2o, 4o; o', 2o, 5c, v. the same. 

088^8, 2o, 3o, adv. with a comparatively weak light, as at sun- 
rise or sunset, (b.V 

008, 4o, n. *oo8, 4o, ( aSSiB. \ a collection of anything of a 
kind, as of gongs or a package of foil, as of gold leaf; a. 
aux. for a collection, as, eSooSgi , 4c, 4o, 3c; a pair, a. aux. 
for cattle, as, OOcSSm , 4c, 4o, 3c, a pair of oxen. 

c8'^8'>S, 3c, 3c, a, foolish, trivial. 

cS^c, 4c, n. time passed ; adv. formerly, before, as, Sodo^S, 3o, 
4c, day before yesterdav, 0'So8'>S, 4c, 4c ; c8'Sc8a8, lo, 
4c, month before last; 8d^'^, Ic, 4c, year before last. 

c^-sS, 3o, V. *C0'>S, 3o, to be somewhat incapable, not clever in 
mind, and show it by action. 

o8'>8'>S, 4o, 4o, V. to attempt to do what one cannot perform to 
please others. 

086*. 2c, V. *OoS, 2c, to connect, join, unite, by the ends or con- 
tinuously; to do in continuance; to tie the ends; to descend, 
be in line of descent; n. a junction, joint; a degree in lineage; 
a stepfather or stepmother, co^cStS, 3c, 2c, c<Sc^<5, 3o, 2c. 



248 0^8:^8 

d8<SoO'[, 2c. 2c, V. to go continuously. 

-p, 2c, 4o, V. to add to one's discourse, to report from one 

person to another. 
-S), 2c, 2o, V. to succeed, follow; to bear something for another. 
c8, 2c, Ic, t;. to have one's life prolonged, as when there are 

signs of the approach of death. 
OD^, 2c, 3o, V. to connect continuously; to descend, succeed 

as a generation. 
:8S^^xoS, 2c, 2c, So, 3o, adv. connectedly, successively. 
o8<S'oo<SoocS, 2c, 2c, lo, lo, adv. the same. 
8c86''>c5, 2c, 8c, 2c, 5c, n. ancestry, ancestors collectively; 

descendants. 

OoS, 2c, 8c, V. to succeed, as a child to the throne. 

^cS, 2c, 4m, V. to recommence an unfinished work. 

9.8, 2c, 2c, V. to join the warp, to be woven to the thrums. 
ySQO, 2c, Ic, V. the same as dStS'Q, 2c, 2o. 

c88, 2c, V. *C0|, 2c, to Ix; young and as yet without offspring, 

applie<i to female animals. 
cSS, 8c, V. *00], 8c, to \ie straight, to make straight; to be 

upright. 
- o8c^, 8c, 5o, V. to be perfectly straight. 

sooY, 8c, 2c, V. to be upright, honest. 

^c|, 8c, 8c, n. the space before one's face. 

:^c|Cgao*|, 8c, 3c, 8c, Ic, n. the same. 

088, 4c, n. ^K. andC.S.) a witch, vide c^8, 5o. 
c88, 5c, V. *00, 5c, to buy, purchase. 

- -SB, 5c, Im, V. to purchase a crop before it is reaped or gath- 
ered; to buy and not take possession at once. 

^', 5c, lo, V. to trade, 

00*, 5c, 80, V. to buy, purchase. 
c^8, lo, n. *00'[, Ic, a tiger; (K.) 4o. 

c^, lo, 8c, ii. a leopard. 

538, lo, lo, 71. a panther. 

od', lo, 4c, n. the chaus [Lynx Lyb'icus). 

- SS^^-^c, lo, 4o, 4o, n. a small black spider. 
006, lo, lo, n. the royal tiger. 



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d88co'j3'o'>S, lo, 4o, 2o, Ic, 71. the name. 

^^, lo, 2c, n. a leopard. 

oB8, lo, n. used with o^Jd, 4c, battle, war. 

d88, 2o, V. *00|, 2c, to spread oj>en, as a mat; (K.j 4o;(C. S.j lo. 

oooS, 2o, 2o, V, to spread a mat. 

c8oc'S, 2o, 3c, 4c, V. to spread a bed. 

8cS, 2o, So, ZJ. to lay with boards, a a floor. 

cSo, 2o, 3o, V. to lay bamboo, as floor. 
c5o|, 2o, 3c, t;. to spread a blanket. 

cJojO^ScSc^, 2o, 3c, 2o, 2o, v. the same. 
c^, 3o, n. *00|, 3c, a jacket; (K.) 6. 

JD^, 3o, 2o, n. a jacket having wing-like pieces on the shoulders 

and at the wrists and sides, worn by officials and actors, 
.8S/>, 3o, Im, 2o, n. a quilted jacket. 
''?)|S, 3o, 2c, n. a woolen jacket. 
"6"', 3o, 2o, 4c, n. vide c88cgS8, So, Ic, 2o. 
ScS.BtS', 3o, lo, 3o, n. a tight-sleeved jacket. 
"ScSjoS, 3o, lo, 3o, n. a loose-sleeved jacket. 
ScScooS^, 3o, lo, 3c, n. a close, sleeveless jacket. 
"ScpooS, 3o, lo, 4c, n. a sleeveless jacket. 
ScSooS, 3o, lo, 4c, n. a short-sleeved coat or jacket. 
8c6c8cp, 3o, lo, 4o, n. a tight-sleeved jacket. 
ScpcoS, 3o, lo, lo, n. a loose-sleeved coat or jacket. 

ScpooS, 3o, lo, 5o, n. the same. 

"SiSooS, 3o, 2o, 5o, w, a jacket with edges closely quilted and 
wadded. 

-^-^SooS, 3o, lo, Ic, n. a fur jacket. 

"^cSi 3o, 2c, 2c, n. a jacket lined with fur. "^cS, 2c, 2c, is said 

to be the Chinese for fox. 
^'>^, 3o, 2c, n. a jacket made from j^c^^'sf , Ic. 2c. 

cc^, 3o, 2c, n. a knitted jacket. 

00, 3o, 4c, n. a closely quilted, embroidered jacket, worn by 

children. 
00(S, 3o, 4c, 71. a jacket closed on all sides. 

006*008, So, 4c, 4o, n. a sleeveless frock closed on all sides. 

c86y^cp, 3o, Im, Ic, n. the cotton wadded, Shan jacket. 

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250 ^'^'?11 

c88coo^ci, 3o. 2c, 3c, n a jacket butoiiing up in front; alsOf 

c38*c|coo^, 3o, 3c, 2c. 
oo5oo*, 3o, 2c, 3c, 71. a tight-sleeved jacket with appendages 

at the sides. 
3o5, 3o, 4c, n. a short-sleeved tight jacket, 

ooS, 3o, 4c, n. vide d^S-ScpooS, So, lo, 4c. 

'Jo]ci , 3o, 2c, 3c, n. the same as c88'>c|COo'j', 3o, 3c, 2c. 

w^ooaS, 3o, 2o, 5c, n. a jacket having a double thickness about 

the edges. 

i5cx)8, So, 3o, 4o, n. a woman's long jacket. 
coS, 3o, 5o, n, vide d^SScpo^S, So, lo, 5o. 
00. So, Ic, n. a black jacket. 

g6c8o8, So, Ic, Ic, 4o, n. the black wadded jacket of Hopong. 

rc>688, So, Ic, 2o. 71. an inner shirt, a garment worn next the skin. 

coE^ScoS*', So, Ic, 2o, Ic, 4c, n. the same. 

:^o5, So, 5o, n. a jacket that buttons up on the side; also, a vest. 

q^oSisSS. So, 5c, 3o, n. a close-fitting jacket. 

coSSS, So, 4o, n. a tree considered sacred on account of being 

the residence of a nat. 
d88, 4o, V. *co|, 4c, to rejoice, be glad. 
c6. io, 4o, V. the same. 

c8, 4o, Ic. V. to rejoice in one's mind. 

:>p. 4o, 2o. V. to be joyful, rejoice. 

^<y^, 4o. 2c, . to be happy, glad. 
V'>8, 4o, So, V. the same. 

ao^. 2c, n. *c5.S, 2o, the length of the arm from the elbow to 

the tip of the middle finger; a cubit. 
j6, 2c, Ic, n. a cubit measured from the joint of the middle 

finger when the hand is clenched. 
.o', ^c, Sc, n. a cubit measured from the end of the little finger. 
StS, 2c, 2m, n. a cubit not of full length. 

6o. 2c, 3c, n. a cubit and a half. 

GO.S, ;>c, V. *c8S, 3o, to seek, search for. 

.0, 3c, Ic: ogcgiDopcp, 3c, Ic, 3c, 4o; y|, 3c. Ic. v. the sam. 

coOi/gi: 3c, 2c, n. ^C'jOQoS^o B.j tlui planet Veuus; Friday. 



cgcSD* 251 

c^SecS, 3c, 2o, V. (ssoocSoo^ B.j to be steady, staid; to observe 
habitually as religious duties. 

Co5, 4c, V. to draw inward, as the hiigers or toes, 

cB'^, 4c, Ic, n. a shoe. 

Cg.S, 4c, V. *c8S, 4o, to pound as with a pestle; to practice 
masturbation. 

cS, 4c, 2c, V. the same. 

00 8, 4c, 2c, V. to pound beans. 

CO^(jj\>S, 4c, 4c, adv. intensive, used with co^. 4o. 

CoB, 5c, V. *c8S, 5o, to shelter in or under, as, co.SS'^S, 5c, 4o. 

' c6^coi3oocp, 5c, 2o, 5c, 4o, v. to take shelter, as under the ve- 
randa of another's house. 

CO^, 5c, V. *c8S, 5o, to hide, conceal, secrete. 

28s, 5c, 2o; BS, 5c, 4o, v. the .same. 

CO^oo^, 5c, 5c, adv. repeatedly, always placed before tbe verb. 

006, Ic, a. two; (K.^ 4c. 

CoSjji^, Ic, lo, 71. cholera morbus. 

coS^gS, Ic, lo, Ic, lo, 71. the same. 

Coq\S, Ic, Ic, and 4c, 4c, adv. intensive, used with cS, Ic, c8S, 
lo, ^,3o, as, cQSo'coSj^S, lo, 5c, Ic, Ic, to be very red, ike. 
irifreq., vide coSjj^S, 4c, 4c. 

C08, 2c, V. *o8S, 2o, to glitter. 

c8oS, 2c, 3c, V. the same. 

coS, 2c, V. *o8, 2o, (csooS B.) to deliver in marriage; to de- 
liver money to an official. 

y>'^) 2c, 2c, V. the same as last def. 

S-iS, 2c, 4c, V. the same. 

06, 2c, 2o, V. to pay a fine. 

Sx)CO|, 2c, 2c, 5c, 2c, v. (8oDDCS3ca B.) to perform the 

marriage ceremony. 
Co, 2c, a. aux. for a building which is one of several joined to- 
gether as in the palace of a Sawbwa or a monastery. 

QcS^S>/3g'>^co', 2c. 2o, 2c, 4o. n. personal followers or guards of 

an official. 
OoScfc', 2c, 4c, n. a priest's cook house; a cook house attached to 
any house on the same level as the main floor. 



252 cgo5 

co8, 3c, V. *o85, 3o, to dip into, as something dyed into a solution 
to prevent fading. 

08, 3c, 3c, V. to wash the hair. 

- ^oS, 3c, 2o, V. to dye with a preparation made of the leaves 
of w'^oS, 5c, 2o. To secure an unfading yellow, a priest's 
robe is first dipped into a dye made from v8cS'coS, lo, 5c, 
40, and afterwards into that made from the u^'SoS, 5c, 2o. 

CoS, 4c, n. *o85, 4o, a basket loosely woven with large meshes, 
generally long and of small diameter. 

cSS, 4c, 4c, n. (K.) vide S, 4o. 

coS, 4c, V. *o88, 4o, to apply a liquid by dipping a cloth into 
it and dabbing the object to which the liquid is to be ap- 
plied; to strike vertically. 

CoSco], 4c, 5c, V. to have an emaciating disease. 

Oo5', 4c, 5c, n. the trunk of a tree, o3. 4c, 

og5, 5c, (and 4c,) v. *o8, 5o, (csoo8 B.) to thrust, push, butt; 
to pound, beat, more forcible than coo^, 4c; to jolt, move 
quickly; to run away. 

jy[, 5c, 2c, r. to go quickly; to run away. 

QdS, (6), n. (K.j a basket, vide j^c^, lo. 

cgo5, 2c, V. *o8oS, 2o, to put through, thrust through a hole 
already made; to pass through, as a man moving here and 
there in a crowd of people; to intersect as roads. 

oScgoS'!, 2c, So, 2c, Ic, V. to twist one leg around the other, 
or one's leg around another person's. 

S'3^, 2c, 2o, V. to fasten with a bolt. 

o88, 2c, 3m, V. to go here and there, in and out as in 
a crowd. 

039^, 2c, lo, V. to thrust through a hole, sis the eye of a needle. 

oScooSoSoS, 2c, 3c, 2c. 2o, v. to go in various directions, as 

police in a crowd. 

ooS, 2c, 3o, V, to wind in and around in order to hold. 

ao[c6, 2c, Ic, 3c, v. to insert in order to close a hole. 

coo5, 3c, /(. (K.) a funnel, vide /srscS, 2o. 

cgoS, 3c, 71. *o8o5, So, (cgS B.) zinc. 

ogoS, 4c, V. (K. and C. S.j, to set on fire, to kindle; zvV/' op -jS, 2c. 



cg^ 253 

cooSeoS, *c, 4c, adv. about, on the point of, used with S, t5c; 
very low, as a bush. 

oSo58o5, 4c, 4c, 4o, 4o, adv. the same. 

cooSoSoS, 5c, 5o, adv. unwilling to obey; doing secretly. 
CO'^S, Ic, V. *o8'>S, lo, to study, learn, acquire knowledge or skill. 
0^6, Ic, 4o, v. to teach fencing. 
cocS, Ic, 4o, V. to teach verbally. 

ooScoaScS, Ic, Ic, Ic, Ic, V. to bring one's self into order. 
0'>S, Ic, Ic, V. to teach; to discipline 

^gjl-^S, Ic, 4c, 8c, V. to learn the use of the musket by drill. 

(a]8c8.S, Ic, 4c, 4c, V. to drill as soldiers. 

cooScooScoi, Ic, 3o, Ic, Ic, V. to teach to speak, as a little 
child or a parrot. 

c8.S, Ic, 3c, V. to study books, learn. 

cQ.ScO'^Sco', Ic, 3c, Ic, 4o, V. the same. 

o^iScS^, Ic, 3c, 4c, V. to drill. 

- /aQ-^S, Ic, 2o, V. to study, as a child; to repeat in order to 
learn by heart. 

co'sS'g'aS, Ic, 4c, adv. vide co'og'^S'g^, 4o, Ic, 4c, 

co'^S'g'jS, Ic, 4c, adv. in the prime of youth, vide o-^SScp, 4c, 4o. 

co^, 2c, V. *o8'S, 2o, to be loosed from its place, as a blade from 
a knife handle, or an axe head flying off from its handle. 

co^, 3c, n. (C S.) a peg inserted in a post to support a beam 
of a floor, vide ^-aS, 5o. 

CO'^S, 3c, V. *oS'S, 3o, to skim, to take off by skimming. 

oj, 3c, Ic, V. to catch fish by a skimming motion in the water. 

co'^S, 3c, V. *o8'>S, 3o, to take shelter (^ under something). 

c8'^, 3c, 3c, a. not intellectually deep; lacking in self- 
confidence. 

^5, 3c, 3c, V. to trust in. 

cSd^S, 3c, lo, V. to take shelter from rain. 

CO'J^, 4c, V. *o8'?S, 4o, to be abundant, infreq. 

CO'^S, 4c, V. *oS'>S, 4o, (^^8 B.) to pour upon with care. 

c8cp, 4c, 4m, V. to make candles by pouring hot wax iiilw c. luould. 
cco^, 4c, 2c, V. to pour upon. 

oo-^S, 5c, V. *oS'ac, 00, to place one upon another. 



25-t o^ 

ao^jDJD9C, 5c, 4o, Ic, t;. to place side by side with one e la:e over- 
lapping; the other. 

y5u^o5c^*^, 5c, 4o, 4c, 2c, V. to place one upon another so that 
the end of one extends beyond the other. 

-38, 5c, 4c, V. to wear one garment over another. 
-CD S, 5c, 3o, V. to place one on another, to add. 

3^'cSaS, 5c, 4c, Ic, V. to follow in the footprints of another. 

ogiS, 2c, V. *00cS* 2o, to hunt for anything by the sense of smell, 

to scent the track.. 
co6'g''>>S, 2c, 3c, 4c, V. to be very drowsy. 
oyS/sr^^, 2c, So, v. to be tired, exhausted in strength, 
co*^, 5c, c'. *odS, 5o, to whisper, 
^o&tS, 5c, 5o, V. the same. 
oo^, t^i<ie CO. 

cg^ Ic, n. (K.) a cog, vide (^\ 3c. 

eg', Ic, t'. to send, employ, used only with c^, 5c, to send, 
eg', Ic. V. *coS, lo, to puncture slightly, as a sore; to lift with 

a stick, or something held in the hand, for the purpose of 

throwing away something, 6is a dead snake; to sew witli 

long stitches, to tack, baste. 
O^'og', Ic, Ic, adv. with perfect quiet, dScS, Im. 
eg', 2c, n. a kind, vide S'^SoSc^B^Scg', Im, 4o, Im, 2c. 
eg'; 2c, V. *coS, 2o, to be slender, tapering. 
Co', 3c, n. *coS, 3o, a tuft, a tassel, 
c^', 4c, V. *GeS, 4o, to cut with a sliding motion, to slice, as 

tobacco; (C. S.) to swing, as the arms, og'ScS, 4c, lo. 
cg% 5c, V. *ceS, 5o, to string anything, as beads, fish; n. a string 

of anything. 
{^SoS, 5c, 5c, 5c, v. to hang in a cluster as flowers. 

g^, 5c, 2c, n. a string of flowers. 

eg, Ic, V. *eS, lo, to offer cheaply, less than the usual price in 
order to sell; to offer a girl in marriage without the usual 
presents. 

-"O*, Ic, lo, v. the same. 

O'^. Ic, Ic, V. the same as co, Ic. 

eg 2c, a. *oS, 2u, bhie; (C. S.j Ic; (K.) 4c, 



gl-aSSoD^ 255 

cqj5. 2c. 2c, a. dark blue. 

^^J^l, 2c, 2c, Ic, a. blue like a crow > egg. 

qB, 2c, 2o, a. the same an <^>o, 2c, 2c. 

CO, 2c, 5c, a. deep blue. 

-3^, 2c, 2c, a. light blue. 

c6, 3c, t). *cS, 3o, to transplant, 7J7,(f^ cSj>.S 2c. 

CO, 3c, a. *dS, 3o, dim-sighted, near-sighted. 

CO, 3c, V. to repay, cScS, 4o. 

q3, 4c, w. *dS, 4<o, ( 30<S B.) cooked rice, food for a priest. 

'09Q'\^, 4c, 5c, 2c, 71. (oCTDDSO^J B.j rice boiled in milk oitered 

to a priest (b. j. 
odSc^oS, 4c, 2o, 3c, n. food offered in a ^Sco8t^o5, 4c, 2o. 3c. 

<?oo"], 4c, 2c, 71. rice offered to an idol. 

CooYcoS,4c, 2c, lo, 71. forty-nine bundles of rice offered to Gau- 

dama after his long fast; these bundles of rice offered to idols. 

ow, 4c, 4o, n. the same as co, 4c. 

CO, 4c, a. *cS, 4o, inferior, mean; vile, wicked. 

CO. 4c, V. *oo, 4o, to censure, scold, revile, vide coSoo, 5o, 4c. 

CCioS. 4c, 4o, V. to be many, as men; to be numerous, in abundance, 

as sprouts. 
o5. 5c, V. *oS, 5o, to clean rice by pounding. 
- oScO'^S, 5c, 3c, lo, V. to clean rice by pounding after it has 

been partially separated from the husk, vide o6, Ic. 
CO. 5c, V. to execute without trial, to lynch. 
CO, 5c, V. to fire together, as a body of men armed with guns. 
CO, 5c, 2c, V. the same. 
^^, 5c, 5c, adv. partly dark, dusky, as at twilight. 

OOP, 5c, 5c, 5o, 5o; ^^ 5c, 5c, 5o, 5o, adv. the same. 

S-^, 2c, n. *@, 2c, (ooGp B.j a teacher; (K.J4c. 
4]' 2^' '^^' ^^' ^ doctor using charms only. 

aD1, 2c, 5c, 4c, 71. ( coot B.) a teacher. 

coo^, 2c, 2c, n. the chief priest of a district. 

oooS, 2c, 3o, 11. (oooS B.) a physician. 

co>^, ~c, 3c, n. an assistant teacher, 

Q^^DoEj, 2c, 3c, 5e, 4c, n. (2cooc|pSl B. j a superior teacher, one 

who lays down rules. 



256 cgc8^ 

S|ocoo^/>, 2c, 5c, 4c, 5c, n. the same as @1<4l]' ^^' ^' 

8S;oo^, 2c, 4c, 4c, n. (cScao B. j a physician. 

oSoo'[oO'>c'[, 2c, Ic, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. a missionary. 

cw^ODI, 2c, Ic, 3c, n. a physican. 

COi, 2c, lo, n. a title given to the teacher in charge of a school^ 

the priest of the highest rank in a monastery, a man in 

charge of any work or business; tlie oldest teacher in any 

place. 

/ag-^S, 2c, 2c, n. one of lower rank than feqi^coS, 2c, lo. 

cpS, 2o, V. *o8S, 2c, (_g)S B.^ to rejoice, be joyful. 

.O'^dSS, 2o, 4c, 4o; -c^, 2o, Ic: 0^8, 2o, 4o: ^'>S, 

2o, 3o, V. the same. 
o^^, 4o, V. *o85, 4c, (coSs B.) to put into, cause to enter, vide 

o, 2c. 

c8, 4o, Ic, V. to cause to enter the mind, to apprehend. 

cScpSc] , 4o, Ic, 4o, 4c, V. the same. 

cS, 4o, 2c, V. to put into, cause to enter. 

ooSooo, 4o, lo, Ic, V. to furnish a substitute, to do by means 

of another person. 
oow^^l, 4o, 2c, 5c, 2c, v. f gDOOOO P.j to enclose in a shrine. 

-ac, 4o, 5c, V. to cause water to enter, as into a rice field 

;3QOOo5, 4o, 5c, 3o, V. to use magic arts or occult power. 

/ooo5o88y3Qooo5'>'8, 4o, 5c, 3o, 5o, 5c, 3o, Ic, v. to injure 

another by charm's. 
og, Ic, V. *oo, Ic, to be clear, pure, as water. 
8, Ic, lo, V. to be clear and white. 
coS, Ic, 2o, V. to be clear, pure, innocent. 

c^"*^, Ic, 3c, V. the same. 

c^, 2c, V. *o8, 2c, to put or place in. 

c/^Y ) 2c, 2c, V. to starch, vide cS-sc-oS, 2c, 5c, 3c. 

'go , 2c, 2c, V. to bind, as the mouth of a basket. 

eg, 2c, Ic, V. to cause to enter the mind, to apprehend. 

c^c^s-3^, 2c, Ic, 2c, 4c, V. the same. 

^^^08, 2c, Ic, 4m, V. to do with design, deliberately, wilfully. 

c^8c^o88, 2c, 3c, 2c, Im, v. to give a name. 

co-^, 2c, Ic, 3c, V. to make tight by driving in a wedge. 



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oSccS, 2c, 3o, V. to insert a bolt or bar. 

c^, 2c, 2c, adv. slowly, gradually. 

oSccSjao^oS, 2c, 2c, 3o, 2c, 4m, v. to gradually leave undone 

what one should do. 

sSPoS, 2c, 2c, 4m, v. to do gradually, better or worse as the 

case may be. 
00 S, 2c, 2o, V. to put in the stocks. 
c8^, 2c, 3c, V. the same. 
c8S, 2c, 3o, V, to put more into. 
c8, 2c, 2c, V. vide oc^8c8, 4c, 2c. 
op, 2c, 4c, V. to put on a hopple or fetter. 
oc, 2c, 5c, V. to put in water. 
-sc^S, 2c, 5c, 3c, V. to starch. 

co', 2c, 4c, V. to kindle a fire. 

fpS-^cci)', 2c, lo, Ic, 4c, V. to place a fuze or train. 

80S08S, 2c, 4o, lo, V. to place a precious stone in its 

setting. 
cS, 2c, n. *c6, 2c, (08^1 B.^ a building set apart for the perform- 
ance of certain rites pertaining to the Buddhist priesthood; 
a sanctuary. 
cS, 2c, V. infreq., for d5, 2c, to keep back, conceal. 
oS, 4c, V. *oS, 4c, ( o8(S B. ) to gather in; to put up, lay up, 

treasure up; to deprive of the insignia of office. 
cdS, 4c, 4o, V. the same. 
86, 4c, 4o, V. to store up, treasure up. 
o', 4c, 5c, V. to gather in; to treasure up. 
SoSoScoS, 4c, 4o, 4c, 4c, v. to put a house in order. 

/aQC)l , 4c, 5c, 2c, v. to deprive of office. 

y8, 4c, Ic, V. to gather in; to take away, confiscate. 

oS, Im, n. *oS, lo, a hoe. 

"9o5, Im. 4c, n. a straight-handled hoe. 

gS, Im, 4c, n. a garden hoe. 

CO-*?, Im, 5c, n. a hoe whose handle is somewhat bent where 
it joins the blade. 

8J5, Im, 5m, n. a hoe 

oSJ*, 2m, 2m. adv. very thin. 5, lo. 
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258 cpsS 

cS, 3m, V. *o5, So, to point, make pointed, sharpen: to be sharp 

and pointed. 
cSd', 3m, 5o, V. to be pointed having one side flat, like the 

blade of a spear. 

cS, 3m, lo, V. to be pointed and round like a needle. 

oS lo, 71. (C.S.)a pair of brass bowls played togetlier. vide 

oSS, 2o. 
cS, k), V. *o5, 4'0, to be gathered together in upright position; 

to be erect and uumeroas, as a grove of trees, x'ide CCO] , 3c. 

The sixth letter of the Shan Alphabet and the third Consonant 

in the class of palatals. 

cprp, 5c, 5c, adv. an intensive, used vrith words meaning Lo be 

sticky, adhesive, ooS, lo 
cpScpS, 4*0, 4o, adv. with a quarrelsome sound 
cpS, 4o, V. to contradict, oppose, used with c85, Im. 
*<p>8, 2o, 71. *cp9S, 2c, ^pDOcro B.) intellect, understanding, reason, 
8.S, 2o,4o, V. to be stupid, (kill of intellect. 

B'S, 2o, 3o, V. to have a narrow intellect. 
iB, 2o, 2c, V. to be deficient in intellect. 

jpS, 2o, 3o, V. to have a comprehensive intellect. 
c8'S, 2o, 3c, V. to be shallow in intellect. 

38s, 2o, 5c, V. to be dull of understanding. 

3^8, 2o, 4o, V. to be stupid. 
^S, 2o, 4c, V. the same. 

Sd^, 2o, lo, V. to be sharp in intellect. 

c8, 2o, Ic, V. to have a good intellect, bs sensible. 

cpiS, 3o, V. *cpS, 3c, (g3o5 B.] to read in unisoti, as in the con- 
secration service of the Buddhist priesthood. 

00 oj, 3o, 5c, 5c, 2c, V. to read the service at the consecration 

of a Buddhist priest. 

C08, 3o, 4o, V. the same. 

cp6f 3o, V. *cBS, 3c, (^'S B.)tf) compress between two, to pinch, 
squeeze; 71. with ^, 4c, a blacksmith's tuugs, as, ^cpi'oD', 4c, 
3o, 4c. 



coScg 269 

cpiSo^cp^-goS, 3o, 3c, 3o, 2c, ^'. to oppress a debtor. 

cp5, wck cp. 

cp, 4o, . *c^, 4c, (^ B.) to be fine, soft, delicate. 

Cp, 4o, w. (GcJ, B.^ a scaffold; sometimes o5, 4o. 

cp, 6o, V. *c^, 5c, (pS B.J to be poor, mean, inferior. 

Cp|, 2c, V. *cp, 2c, (go B.) to scream in concert. 

cp'[c8jD'[, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. (gDc8oDD P.) a relation, kinsman, 8>g8, 3c, 5c. 

cp|, 4c, V. *c^, 4c, (^08 B.) to find, meet with, cjoiS, 4o. 

CoSco^, 4c, 2o, 2c, V. to find occasion, opportunity. 

ccw^cpiwaS, 4c, 2c, 4c, lo, v. to come upon at the right time, 

opportunity. 
coo^cpjScp, 4c, 2c, 4c, 3o, v. to meet, find at the right time, 

opportunity. 
8cp, 4c, 3o, V. the same as cp]^, 4c. 
cp, 5c, vide 8, 5c. 
cpcp, 5c, 5c, adv. vide cpcp, 5c, 5c. 
cp,S, 3o, V. to turn up at the sides or edges; to turn back, warp, 

vide 8^, 3o. 

^o5, 3o, 5o, V. to turn up, be crooked, 

3c^, 3o, 3c, V. to turn up and back. 

CO, 3o, 2c, V. to turn, to be twisted. 

c^^S, 4o, Vo vide 8.S, 4o. 

cpS, 3ra, n. vide 88, 3m. 

c^8, 3o, V. vide 88, 3o. 

cp8, 4o, v. vide 88, 4o. 

c^cp, lo, v. *cP'>S, Ic, vide 8cS, lo. 

c^cp, 3o, V. vide 8cp, 3o. 

cpcp, 4o, V. to clinch, vide 8cS, 4o. 

cpcp, 4o, V. to hurt, oppress, vide 8cp, 4o. 

coS, 4o, 4o, V. vide 8cScoS, 4o, 4o. 

cpcpcg^, 5o, 3c, V. to die, conveying the idea of contempt or 

disgrace, in/req., vide ScScgoS, 5o, 3c. 
c^ob", 3c, V. (^S B.) used only with c^, Ic, vide cpoSc^, 3c, Ic. 
c^, 3c, Ic, V. to be uneasy, unhappy in mind, to do a thing 

beyond what is reasonable, as, cSoSoS, 3c, 4c, to overload 

or overdrive bullocks. 



260 c^^a-^ 

cSaS, 4c, V. to liear. inde C>S, 4c. 

c8(S, '6c, V, vide cS , 3c. 

cBS. 2o, n. ( C.S. j the loose flesh about the under jaws of man 

or animals, ride ooS^h, 2o, io. 
cStS, 5o, n. i^it/f CtJ, 5o. 

cS8jp'>S, lo, 4x5, a. vide coj^'>8, lo, 4o. 

c88, lo, V. to fear, be afraid, vide 88, lo. 

cS8, 4o, n. a shrimp of the smallest kind, vide 88. 4o 

cp, 2c, V. (^ B.) to be even, equal, as much as; to accord, act 

in concert, vide c, 2c. 
cS, 4c, (6j, V. (K. j to be unable to discharge urine from disease, 

vide CO, 5c. 
co8, 2c, a. brown. 
ccpcx)o6gp(p;o|l, 2c, 5c, 2c, 4c, 3c, 4c, n. (cgDO^soDGpJcl toll V^ 

the five principles or laws of which a Buddh only iias intu- 
itive knowledge, viz., ooS-sjsi, 2c, 2c, 5c; 8jd-[s|, 5c, 2c, 5ci 

co^^'?'], 3c, 5c, 2c; oSJBo'^S, 3c, 2o; SScptS, 4c, 3o. 
GoS, 3c, V. to be uneven, vide c8, 3c. 
^cjccpDOj, 3c, 3c, 3c, Ic, V. to look watchfully, turning the 

head from one side to another, 
ccp^, 2c, V. *GC^, 2o, (c^5 B.) to smell offensively as any oily 

substance fried or subjected to tlie fire, vide 8cS, Im. 
6Cp] , 4c, V. *GCp, 4o, to whiz through the air, as a '^6o'c8'>8 

^8, Ic, 4c, Ic, Im. 
Q^^, 4c, 11. *cp^, 4o, a tuft of hair or feathers left on the head, 

a crest on the head of an animal. 
c^S, 2c, n. (Q^ot B.) vide y^c^S, 5c, 2c. 
cgJS, 2c, 3c, n. ^ G^soODoS B.) the banian whose branches 

t^ke root in the earth. 
SO^o8, 2c, 4c, 4c, n. (gooS P.) the tree under which the Buddha 

reached enlightenment. 
- ^B, 2c, 2o, n. the white-leaved banian. 
g.S, 2c, 3o, n. ( QoSB.J the thin leaf-shaped piece of inetal 

attaclied to the tongue of a bell, by means of wliicli the wind 

causes the bell to ring. 



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cp8c8S, 2c, lo, n. the red-leaved banian. 
N/toS, 4c, V. to be tired, fatigued, used with J^>S, 5o. 
co^, 4c, V. *cpS, 4o, to seize upon, to grab, vide <-^tS, 4c. 
cS, Ic, V. (^SB.J to be still, unmoved, composed, 
c^, 4c, V. vide c, 4c. 
cS, lo, V. vide c, lo. 
cS, 3o, 11. vide 8, 3o. 

00 

The seventh letter of the Shan Alphabet and the first Consonant 
in the class of dentals. 

00, 5c, V. *c8, 5c, to daunt, defy, threaten, challenge. 

/>^'Oo5/3'>S, 5c, Ic, 4c, Ic, V. the same. 

SS, 5c, 2m, V. to turn upon in defense or to assault. 

00, 5c, V. *c8, 5c, to guess. 

cp/3S, 5c, 4o, Ic, V. to propose questions or puzzles alternately; 

to sing responsively. 
i jdoojd'>S, 5c, 2c, 5c, 5c, Ic, v. to propose questions and return 

answers with reference to religious subjects in the sacred books. 
00, 5c, v. *c8, 5c, to put the hand accidentally upon something 

unseen or offensive, coo, 5o, 
00, 5c, v. part, denotes that a condition is well, or more favorable 

than some other condition, used with coS, 4c, 0000^00-^0^, 

5c, 4c, 2c, Ic, it would be well or better to remain thus. 

c88, 5c, 4o, V. 'part, let be, let alone, applies to persons or things. 

oBSu^S, 5c, 4o, 4c, V. part, the same. 
00, 5c, V. part, an imperative affix. 

08, 6c, 4c, V. part, first person plural imperative affix. 

GO^, 4c, n, *c8.S, 4c, the lap, as, '^cSoo.S, 3c, 4c, to sit in the lap. 
00.S, 4c, V. to make a noise, sound, used only with the negative. 
o8, 4c, Im, V. the same. 
coS, 4c, V. *cBS, 4c, to dip up, take out of, draw, as water from 

a well, znde cBS, 4m. 
00.5, 4c, V. part, a verbal prefix denoting future time; also time 

fully past, as, coSooSvigi^Soi-g', 2c, 4c, 2c, 3o, 4c, 4c. 
p', 4c, 4c, V, part, the same. 



262 ooyD-^w 

coiBc8c^, 4c, lo, n. a grasshopper, coScBc^, Ic, lo. 
00^, 5c, V. to guess. 

oo, 5c, V. *c8.S, DC, to salute, make inquiries of civility. 
oc', 5c, lo, V. to send a greeting from a distance. 

cooS, 5c, 3o, V. to greet one anottier personally. 

o', 5c, 5c, V. to mark, vide ^o', lo, 5c. 

OojDOO^, 5c, 5c, 4c, n. (oo^og^8 P.) a heretic. 

OO^, 2o, V. *cBS, 2c, to spread out, as in the sun. 

c', 2o, lo, V. to be placed on the back; to be thrown backwards. 

co'3^, 2o, lo, n. a snail, 5^'cfc, Ic, 5c. 

8cS, 2o, 3c, V. to spread out flat. 

c8o5, 2o, 2o, t;. to spread out in the sun. 

88, 2o, 3o, c. to spread out to dry. 

9*, 2o, lo, u. to present a shallow surface; to be placed on 

the back; to be thrown backwards; sometimes ooiDc^, 2o, lo. 
u^Sc8, 2o, 3o, 4o, t^. to lie on the back with the head thrown 

up, as a swimmer in the water. 
.ogScS, 2o, 3c, 4o, V. the same. 
a>, 3o, V. (K. and C. S.) to count, enumerate, to reckon; to 

cipher, vide ogo, 3o. 
00^, 3o, n. *c85, 3c, a water leech, bloodsucker. 
00^, 3o, n. a layer, a wad; a storey. 
OD^OO], 3o, 4c, n. a wooden hoe, sometimes coc^co\, 3o, 4c, and 

oO'-Sooi, 4c, 4c. 
oo^'>^<5o', 3o, Ic, 4c, n. the wooden or earthen plug which closes 

the end of a rocket. 
oo^oo-S, 4o, 4o, adv. expressive of the sound of felling trees. 
oo^cfi-jS, 5o, 5c, V. (K. and C.S.^ to make a clucking sound with 

the tongue, vide coSoS, 2o, 2o. 
coScoScB^cSS, 5o, 5o, 5c, 5c, adv. expressive of the sound of a 

noise here and there, as of children playing when one wish- 
es to sleep. 
OOJD^, 5c, 2c, n. (oonoo B.) a layman; one who contributes to the 

support of a priest, or does some deed of merit. 

J7iS, 5c, 2c, 4c, n. one who builds and consecrates a monastery. 

w, 5c, 2c, 5c, 71. ( w B.j a lay woman. 



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oo/Jl^^a^oi, 5c, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. ( gc51 B.) a layman. 

oojp^, 6c, 5c, n. vide coj^S, 6c, 5c. 

ooS, Ic, V. *c8S, Ic, to become thickened, ropy, viscous; n. any 
ropy, viscous substance in or out of water, as the dregs of oil. 

ooS, 2c, n. *c8S, 2c, a stool or form for sitting. 

. jy8, 2c, 4c, n. a mattress or cushion to sit upon. 

cS, 2c, 4<o, n. a chair. 

^cS, 2c, 3c, n. the same. 

ooSooS, 2c, Ic, n. a milleped, coiling centipede. 

ooSc8, 2c, Ic, n. a kind of worm which leaves a wt track, 

a>, 3c, n. *c86, 3c, an anvil. 

cSS, 3c, 4m, n. the same. 

co, 3c, 3c, n. an upright stick or timber used in supporting any- 
thing, as a roof. 

005, 3c, V. *c8S, 3c, to place in an erect or proper position; to 

place for the purpose of cooking, as, ooSc^8, 3c, 3c, 3c; 
(K.) to pawn; to decoy, as wild fowls by means of a tame 
one; to rhyme, as the last word of a line with some word in 
the next line, a feature of the c8^cj>9, 3c, 4c, vide (^tS*, 4o. 

"oSooScJo-S, 3c, 3c, 3c, 4c, v. to place food for eating. 

"S^S, 3c, 3c, V. to rise up, a^ a precipice, mountain peak. 

c^oo8'o9, 3c. Ic, 3c. 4c, v. to be strong, determined in one's 
feelings. 

28.0, 3c, 4c, V. to have a body of troops in proper order. 

006, 3c, 5c, V. to erect a fortification. 

op^OOiS, 3c, 2o, 2o, V. to be upright and motionless. 

>c'[ooSoo|, 3c,3c, 3c, Ic, v, to gaze with earnestness. 

- g', 3c, 4c, V. to prepare an entertainment, to hold a feast. 

^0, 3c, 6c, V. to erect a fence. p '^, - 

006, 4c, a. all, the whole; used in composition, either singly, as, 

coB^'s^, 4c, 4o, all the household, or in couplets, as, oo588 

ooScoS, 4c, 4o, 4c, 4c, the same. 
^9^, 4c, 4c, adv. all night, 
08s, 4c, 3m, a. all. 

0S800S008, 4c, 3ra, 4c, lo, a. the same. 
- ops. 4c, Ic, n. the whole body. 



ooSocooSooS. 4c,5c, 4c,lc, n. a substance composed of solid and 

liquid. 

c^oS, 4c, 4o, a. all. 

CoS, 4c, lo, a. the same. 

o', 4c, lo, a. all, the nian^/; used as a sign of the plural. 

-O^S, 4c, 4c, adv. all day. 
ooS, 4c, prep, with; conj. and. 
ooS, 4c, V. *c8S, 4c, to be fresh, unwithered, as the upright stalk 

of a plant while growiiig. 
coS, 5c, V. to shake, used with crpS, -5o. 

odSooSsoSsoS, 5c, 5c, ^o, 2o. a/i^'. permanently, without removing. 
ooScoS, 5c, 2o, arZt'. ^/ic^ .same. 
00 5, lo, t'. *c8c, Ic, to put in the place of; n. stead, place, room, 

in composition; prep, instead of. 
c8cS, lo, 4o, V. to put in the place of. 

- -c8, lo, 3c, pre), in the place of, in the room of. 

oo8, lo, Ic, n, a substitute, one who acts for another; prep. 
instead of, 

- -90S, lo, 3c, n. the samj. 

y"^, lo, 3c, prep, instead of, in place o-f, in room of. 

ooS, lo, n. *c85, Ic, ( oo8 B. j a measure of capacity equal to 

sixteen cS, 2o. 
00 S, 2o, [T. a. other. 
S-O], 2o, 5c, pr. a. some one else, another. 

-sjDlooSvO'^S, 2o, 5c,2o,4o, pr. a. the same. 

-oaSooScS, 2o, 3o, 2o, 3c, adv. elsewhere. 

-c88, 2o, 00, ]/>, a. another kind. 

- c8, 2o, 3c, j)r. a. another; adv. elsewliere. 
c8oo5c8cS, 2o, 3c, 2o, lo, adv. elsewhere. 

-W|8, 2o, 4c, pr. a. the same as ooScoS, 2o, 5o. 
/3^>S, 2o, Ic, pr. a. another one. 

-738^, 2o, 2c, pr. a. the same. 
oo5, 2o, V. *c8S, 2c, ('ooS B.) to place upon, put upon; to ground 
as a boat; n. a y)annier. 
joS, 2o, 00, V. to put upon a stage, trame or stand. 



o:>S/d8co5q8, 2o, 8c, 2o, Ic. . to assent; used in addressing one 

much superior. 
o8c8S<j^8, 2o, 3c, Im, Ic, V. the same, 
i38, 2o, Ic, V. to twist several strands into one rope. 
jp-^S, 2o, Ic, V. to ground upon the sand, as a boat. 
7pS, 2o, 2c, . vide 005-^8, 2o, 4c. 
sjo^, 2o, 2c, f . to size or dress cloth with a preparation of boiled 

rice, to starch. 
e^co, 2o, 4o, 4c, r. to be thankful; to be under obligation. 

ai8, 2o, 4c, V. to load, place a burden on, as a beast or cart. 

38, 2o, 3o, V. to put ornamental work upon, as a building. 

Y^, 2o, 2c, V. to put on the lower part of the frame of a roof. 
oo8{S||, 2o, 3c, 4c, V. to place an offering before an idol. 
c88, So, 3c, V. to give a name, o>Sc^8, Ic, 3c. 

r88ocoS8, 2o, 3c, 2o, Im, v. the same. 

?ojd8, 2o, Ic, 3c, v. the same as oo^8(p^8, 2o, lo, Ic. 
ooSloO'^|, 2o, 2c, 2c, 5c, 2c, v. ( cozSooo^o P. ) to hold an 
assembly of priests to recite in concert the words of Buddha. 

o8,S], 2o, 3c, 2c, V. (oScoO P.) to impose the duties which 

belong to a priest, consecrate to the priesthood. 
o8co(j>8, 2o, 3c, 3c, Ic, Ic, v. the sam as C30 S^8j^^8, 2o, lo, Ic. 
cosoo']', 2o, 4c, 2c, v. vide ooSco8[^|t, 2o, 3c, 4c. 

c8Sooo:p/58,2o,lm,2c,4o,3c, v. thesam^ as 0080^858, 2o,lo,lc. 
c8, 2o, 4c, V. (c8l^S B.) to place an umbrella on a pagoda. 
^8, 2o, 3m, n. a basket in which tea is packed for the mar- 
ket, a tea basket. 

'>8q8, 2o, lo, Ic, V. to place on the head; to assent to, 

acquiesce . 
Q88(j6o8'>88yD8, 2o, lo, Ic, 4o, lo. 3c, V. the sam. 
cS, 2o, Ic, V. to sacrifice to a spirit. 
<^'>S, 2o, 3c, V. to powder the face. 
(<^^oo|ic^S, 2o, 3c, 4c, Ic, . the same. 

gS, 2o, 4c, V. (cQoStcoS B.) to set the spring of a gun. 

^6, 2o, 4c, n. a bullock's pannier. 

;cS/)CO]^, 2o, 5c, 2c, 5c, 2c, v. ( oo^^'XioocoS P. } to conse- 

crate an idol. 
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266 a)Soj^c8Sc 

ooS.9Cl'[, 2o, 6c, 2c, V. to appoint to a certain rank. 

JWgS, 2o, 6c, 2c, u. (ccp8oo8 B.) to polish. 

oo8, 3o, n. *c6S, 3c, a kind of cork-tree, vide BcpooS, lo, 3o. 

ooS, 4o, 7j. *c8, 4c, a way between two places, a road, vide 38, 

Ic; an antecedent, cause, reascm; cdso the substantive prefix, 

as, 008^98, 4o, Ic, food. 

jOo5oo8'0'>S, 4o, 6c, 4o, Ic, n. ability, skill, cleverness. 

ii, 4o, Ic, n. deeds, actions, practices, especisdly the keeping of 

the law. 
iSoo8./^8, 4o, Ic, 4o, 5o, n. the sotm. 

u&ooScco^, 4o, 6c, 4o, 2c, n. eating, the act of eating, used when 
angry. 

JBoS, 4o, 2c, n. a narrow road, defile. 

BoSooSBc^, 4o, 2c, 4o, 4o; JB^, 4o, 3o, n. ihe tame. 

3S, 4o, Ic, n. food. 

3^oo8"o<S, 4o, Ic, 4o, 4o, n. the same, 

.08, 4o, Ic, n. fear. 

jo8oo8c, 4o, Ic, 4o, lo, n. the same. 

jo', 4o, Ic, n. distance. 

^, 4o, 2o, 71. thought, intention, design, 00808, 4o, \e, 

j^oo8g8, 4o, 2o, 4o, Ic, n. the same. 

p8, 4o, 3o, n. a broad large road; width. 

"o'ooSS^S, 4o, 3c, 4o, Im, n. disease, sickness. 

"g', 4o, 3c, n. a junction of roads. 

C08, 4o, 4c, n. hate, hatred. 

008, 4o, 5o, n. the milky way. 

0O'>S, 4o, 4o, n. south, vide oo8cg, 4o, 8c. 

CO, 4o, 5c, n. vide ooS'g', 4o, 8c. 

c88, 4o, 3c, n. the truth. 

c88ooSc^, 4o, 3c, 4o, 3c, n. the same. 

a^, 4o, Ic, n. vide ooS'g', 4o, 8c. 

CO, 4o, 4c, n. loss, defeat. 

cooo8c^, 4o, 4c, 4o, 2c, n. the same. 

cjo^S, 4o, 4o, n. alms, oflFerings, a religious gift. 

00^, 4o, 4o, n. west. 

0^^0880^, 4o, 4o, 2m, 3c, n. southwest 



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oo8ooJ5c6c>86, 4o, 4o, 2m, lo, n. northwest. 

c8, 4)0, 3c, n. south; adv. under; pre^?. under, beneath. 

06008986, 4o, 3c. 4o, lo, adv. one thing and then another, 

inconsistently. 
'>9S, 4o, 3c, 71. clothing, clothes. 
^cSooSo', 4o, 3c, 4o, Ic, n. the same. 
- ^0, 4o, lo, n. north; adv. above; prep, above. 
3oSoqSc8c^, 4o, 60, 4o, lo, n. deception, deceit. 
38, 4o, Im, n. disease, sickness. 
o.Scoo^/agScoo', 4o, 3c, 2c, Ic, 3c, Ic, n. a wave offering. 

oS, 4o, Ic, n. thought, intention, design, ooSiOj, 4o, 2o. 

cSoS, 4o, 4c, n. a quarrel, an offense. 
cBoSooS86, 4o, 4c, 4o, 3o, n. the same. 

cob, 4o, lo, n. a road that branches off from another. 

c<JB<X)8"g', 4o, lo, 4o, 3c, n. the same. 

u, 4o, 5c, n. vide ooScoS, 4o, 5o. 

iiS, 4o, 2o, n. suspicion. 

9'^, 4o, Ic, n. space above; also 4o, lo. 
f 9^ , 4o, Ic, n. vide ooSoo^, 4o, 4o. 
g, 4o, 4c, n. hope. 

0^o5, 4o, 2c, 3o, n. belief, faith. 

o^c^e^wo^, 4o, 2c, 2c, 2c, 3o, n. the same. 

o8o5oo6oo8, 4o, 3c, 4o, 4o, n. a long distance. 

cjcxjitcfc', 4o, 5c, 4c, 4c, n. a railway. 

CO, 4o, 5c, n. vide ooSco, 4o, 6c. 

oooS, 4o, 4c, n. a cross road, a short cut between two roads. 

oooS, 4o, 3o, n. speech, manner of speaking. 

cooSoo8o|, 4o, 3o, 4o, 3c, n. the same. 

c8, 4o, Ic, n. merit, reward of merit, ./^coS, 5c, 2c. 

00, 4o, 5c, w. destruction. 

oooo6c88, 4o, 5c, 4o, lo, n. the same. 

008, 4o, lo, n. a main road, a highway. 

00, 4o, 2c, n. a religious offering. 

000080098, 4o, 2c, 4o, 4o, n. the same. 

CCOI, 4o, 5c, n. a carritige road. 

<^^, 4o, 5c, n. love, affection, 8oSoo|, So, 2c. 



268 oooS 

ooSe^oobSS, 40, 5c, 4o, 4o, n. the tame. 

PoS, 4o, 4!m, n. work, business. 

8o5oooo8, 4o, 4in, 4o, 80, n. the same. 

G^S, 4o, 2c, n. north, ooS'>^8, 4o, lo. 

4> 4o, 4c, 71. tridg coS'g', 4o, 8c. 

iSQ^, 4o, Ic, n. circumstance, fact; a substantive prefix. 
jsrsScoS-m* , 4o, 4o, 4o, lo, /. the same as oo6/ao', 4o, lo. 
/', 4o, lo, n. shame. 

-Og-S, 4o, 2c, n. east. 

i.Sc88c, 4o, 2c, 2m, 3c, n. southeast. 

^f cSS-^SS, 4o, 2c, 2m, lo, n. northeast. 

ooScS, 4o, 40, n. (ooois B.) something used for the support of the 

back of an idol, as, cO'jf ooSc-S, 80, 4o, 4o. 
oocX5, 4o, 5c, n. a spreading, ulcerous sore, 

M, 4o, 5c, n. the same. 

ooS, 5o, n. *c8S, 5c, the place where water falls over a dam or a bank 
made to restrain water; a flat, level place on a mountain side, 
whether natural or artificial; the different levels of a moun- 
tain stream; a. aux. for rice plots prepared on the mountain 
sides for the cultivation of lowland paddy, vide <rS, 5o. 

OOOD, 5c, 5c, a. (ozo P.) ten, cSS, 4c. 

-cSco, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. ( -cSco P.) the ten great duties 

to be performed by religious persons. 

, 5c, 5c, 5c, a. ( B.) tenth. 

oooS, 4c, V. *c8o5, 4c, to head off, hinder, as a thief escaping, to 
stop by heading off; to put a stop to, as water flowing; to 
cause to cease; to cut off; to cross, as a road, cooSooS, 4c, 4o. 

CO, 4c, 3c, V. to cut glass. 

- cc8, 4c, 3c, V. to cut off paj)er. as in trimming the edges of 
a Shan book. 

c8^, 4c, 2o, V. to cut off. 

- yj, 4c, Ic, V. to take a cross cut in search, as of a road. 

ooo5ooo5, 4c, 4c, adv. ( K. ) intensive, used with -aSS, Im, vide 
ac^-ac^, 2o, 2o. 

OOoS, 2o, n. *c8o5, 2c, a waterfall, cascade, cataract, 'i^o^ScocS, 
5c, 4o, 2o; (K.) ^op^ooS, 5c, 4o, 2o. 



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oooSooi^, 3o, 4c, n. a wooden hoe, infreq., vide cr>Bco\, 80, 4c. 
oooS^ccjS, 3o, 80, adr. intensive, used of things long or high. 
oooS^S, 80, 2o, t;. (000S8S B.) to be able to accomplish. 
oooSwSooj, 80, 2c, 2c, ddv. reluctantly, unwillingly. 
0006000S, 4o, 4o, adv. with a sharp shrill sound, like a bugle. 
ooc8Sjdo<p^, 5c, 2o, 6c, 5c, 2o, n. rkf^ oy^oSoji, 5c, 2o, lo, 4c. 
ooc8oD, 5c, 6c, 5c, a. (^ooSco P.) third. 
ood^8'>S, 6c, 4o, 4c, V. let it be, let alone. 
00^, Ic, V. *c8'>?, Ic, to be solid, have no cavity; to be without 

knowleg; to be dense, thick. 
c6, Ic, Ic, V. to be ignorant, unable to understand. 
c^oo-jSco^, Ic, Ic, Ic, 4c, v. the same. 
c8^, Ic, 4c, V, to be dense, as thickly matted jungle. 
c8, Ic, 4c, V. the same. 

85, Ic, 4c, V. to be dense and thick, as with fog, 
ooS, Ic, V. *c89S, Ic, to wind the thread on the quill of a shuttle, 

OD^moS, Ic, 2c. 
oo^Sooj^, 2c, 2c, 2c, n. (o^O^ P.) fiction, fable, a tale of the 

imagination. 
oo'S'>c|, 2c, 2c, n. (oocigo P.) appetite, passion, lust. 

45i^' ^^ ^*^' ^^' ^^' ly. to be swayed by passion, lust. 

S]\>, 2c, 2c, 2c, 5c, n. the same as oo^9C|, 2c, 2c. 

oo-^S, 4c, n. a place, c8, 8c. 

-jc', 4c, Ic, adv. thus. 

ooaS, 4c, V, *c8^, 4c, to be free, disengaged, at leisure; also 

used to denote time completed, as, three years full, i.e. passed, 

oooSco'ooS, 4c, 8c, lo, Ic, 
c^, 4c, Ic, t;, to be a favorite. 

Jif^'^, 4c, Ic, . to go before, to anticipate another in some act. 
oo^-^S, 4c, 4c, n. (oo^^t B.) power, J6, 4o. 
oo-sSooS, 4c, 4o, n. (ooeSi B.) a file. 
00'>Soo8, 4c, 4c. n. vide c8co, 3c, 2c. 
oo>So8^, 4c, 3c, n. (cofBS B.) any mark or impression made by 

stamping, a seal. 
oo^c88, 4c, 2c, n. a flat prayer streamer. 
00 S, lo, V. (K.) to speak, say, tell, vide coc5, So. 



270 (r,S(x>\t 

00S', lo, 4o, V. (K.) the same as cooS-p, 3o, 4<o. 

C30Sc^, lo, 4c, 5c, n. a creeper, the leaves of which destroy 

maggots; used as a tonic, 
ooaS, 2o, V. *c8^, 2c, (ooj B.) to accord, be just sufficient, equal 

to; to be worth. 
/)9?, 2o, Ic, iy. to be equal, to be the same. 
j:)\, 2o, 3c, v. to be worth the price swked. 
oo>S, 2o, 2o, ckii;. tolerably sufficient. 

-scoo^Sopo, 2o, 5c, 2o, Ic, v. to be a suitable price for anything. 
3Sjd^, 2o, 4m, Ic, V. to be equal. 
ooaS, 3o, V. *cB'S, 3c, to cut into thin slices. 
c86, So, lo, V. the same. 
oo^ScSS, 3o, 4o, n. a carpet. 
cx>9S, 4o, V. *c8'>v, 4c, to offer, make a religious offering, y000 

yaQSoo^S, Ic, 2c, Ic, 4o. 
(i^, 4o, Ic, t). ^A same. 
00^, 4o, . *c8S, 4c, to extend from one point to another; n. 

a line; a row of buildings, as, jpnSco'^, 4c, 4o. 

,p, 4o, 4o, n. the order of words, od'.6, lo, 4o. 

009S, 5o, V. *c8S, 5c, (^ 00^ B. ) to come to a stop, to cease 

movement; to come to a stand, as before an enemy. 
- BcS, 5o, 4c, V. to stop, remain for a little. 
"9^, 5o, 4c, V. to stop and rise with backwater, as a river 

dammed. 
c^'>S, 5o, 2c, V. to halt with finght. 

oo^cS-^^cp, 5c, 4o, 2o, n. (oo^Ssg, P.) the sun as a planet; Sunday. 
oo-acScoi, 5c, 4o, 2c, n. (oo^oio P.) the moon &a a planet; Monday, 
OO'J^, 5c, 5c, n. (o| P.) Ssigittarius, the ninth sign of the zodiac, 
oo-a^, 5c, 5c, n. vide u9Soo9^, 3o, 5c, 5c. 
ooc^ci, 5c, 5c, n. a Danaw, vide oowc^, 5c, 5c. 
ooS, 4c, n. *c8(S', 4c, the liver. 
eg, 4c, Ic, n. the same. 

go^jSc^, 4c, 2c, Ic, Ic, n. the contents of the chest, the liver, 

lungs and heart. 

j^S-af, 4c, 2o, 4c, n. the kernel of the fruit of theentada creeper. 
ooiSoop, 4c, 4c, n. a scraper. 



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C3o6", 5c, n. *cBS, 5c, ^001? B.j a stockade, fort, fortification; a 
military camp. 

38^, 5c, 4c, n. a military camp. 

c8^, 5c, 2o, V. to be scattered, utterly routed as troops. 

w, 5c, 5c, n. (cnSv B.) a reserved force. 

, 5c, 5c, n. a body of mounted troops. 

oo6'ooS, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5o, n. troops mounted on horses and 
elephants. 

oSf 5c, 4o, n. an ambuscade. 

O, 5c, 4c, n. ( 08 B.) the commander of a company, a captain. 

-CO, 5c, 5c, V. vide oo^cBS, 5c, 2o. 

C08, 5c, lo, n. the main body of an army; a large fort. 

cS^S, 5c, 4c, n. the rear of an army; the main body. 

iOO, 5c, 4c, n. ( 81 B.) the van of an army. 

^'i^) 5c, 2c, n. a small body of soldiers; a small fort. 

00(5, 5c, V. to close, to shut up, vide oo<S, 3o. 

jncS, 5c, 4c, V. the same. 

00(5, 2o, V. to scale or split off, as a thin piece from the side of 
a heated vessel; n. that which is flat-sided, a scale. 

[, 2o, Ic, n. the sides of that part of the leg between the knee 
and hip, the groin. 

006*, 2o, V. *c86', 2c, to strike, to rap. 

coS, 2o, 4o, V. the same. 

O.S, 2o, 2o, V. to made a clucking sound with the tongue, ex- 
pressive of anger or regret, vide ooSo.S, 4c, 2o. 

a>5, 2o, V. *SS, 2c, to eat, 5^, Ic. 

cnSj^S, 2o, 2o, adv. intensive, used with 'oiJ, 5c, and S(5, 4o. 

Oo6'c*, 2o, 5o, n. the armpit, vide ^ScJ", 2c, 5o. 

006", 80, V. *c85, 3c, to hinder in any way, /aooS, 3c; to shut off, 
turn off, as water; to close a road by a branch, in order to 
show some one following not to take that road; with a nega- 
tive, to have no occasion, as, y3^oo6'>g|, 2c, 3o, 2c, there is 
no occasion to go. 

coo^, 3o, 3c, V. the same as last def., as, y3QOOtScoo^O|, 2c, 80, 
3c, 2c, there is no occasion to go. 

006*, 3o, V. *c86', 3c, (006*, B.) to put on, fix on. 



272 oo8cf 

co^oS, 3o, 2c, V. the same. 

g\ 'cD'o-aS, 3o, 3c, 4c, 4c, i). to have the mind fixed on, longing for. 

036*00', 3o, Ic, n. the slope or declivity of a moimtaiu, vide oS 

OO^co', 4o, 3o, Ic; any slope or declivity. 
ooc<S, 5c, 4o, n. (000^ B,) a scholar, disciple. 
. C08, 5c, 4o, 3c; 00098, 6c, 4o, 6c, 4o; coo^, 

6c, 4o, 2c, n. the same. 
oo5, vide CO. 
oo'>S, 5c, 2o, w. (oow^ B.) a messenger. 

^Sc8, 5c, 2o, lo, lo, n. an angel, a heavenly messenger. 

oocj"[t, 5c, 4c, n. vide ^\t, 4c. 

038^cxS, 5c, 3c, 2o, n. (c8^'5^ P.) brute animals, anything 

below man in the scale of being, cx>oS, 4c. 
0005)9, 5c, 4c, n. (ooCGp B.) a violin, also oocoo^, 6c, 4c. 
oocoS, 5c, 4o, n. (oDCoSs B.^ a levelled place. 

"8, 5c, 4o, 3c, n. a threshing floor. 

c86'o8, 5c, 4o, 2m, 3c, n. the same. 

ooc8S, 5c, 4o, n. (ooc^St B.) a Taking or Peguan. 
008, Ic, n. *c88, Ic, a kiln of any kind. 

co'j^, Ic, 3c, n. a pot kiln. 
js^oS, Ic, 2c, n. a brick kiln. 

008, Ic, V. *c8o, Ic, to stir up, agitate, in order to reduce to a 
pasty form, as starch, mortar, vide c88, 4o. 

CO.S, Ic, 4c, V, the same. 

008, Ic, V. *c88, Ic, to seek, search for; (K.j 4c. 

o|, Ic, Ic, V. the same. 

008, 2c, n. *c88, 2c, a tortoise, a turtle. 

x>, 2c, 4c, n. a small yellow-spotted tortoise. 

ccS, 2c, 2o, n. a kind of fish, a species of scate. 

-ac, 2c, 6c, n. a water turtle. 

>*, 2c, Ic, n. (K.) a land turtle, vide oo8cg', 2c, Ic. 

ccS, 2c, 4c, n. a carpenter's plane. 

Qg', 2c, Ic, n. a land turtle. 

008, 2c, V. *c88, 2c, to ask repeatedly, importune, tease. 

cxfS, 2c, 4c; ^^> 2c, 4c; j;^, 2c, 3o, v, the same. 

008c ^, 2c, 5o, n. the secretions which collect on the hair in the armpit. 



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008, 3c, n. *c88, 3c, ashes. 

- CoS, 3c, lo, n. smouldering ashes red hot. 

i30'>S, 3c, 2c, n. ashes in a cooling state. 

008, 3c, n. *c88, 3c, a gourd, a bottle, c88oo8, lo, 3c; a. aux. 

used with bottles, as, oc86co6oo8, 6c, 40, Ic, 3c, two 

bottles. 

ocwoS, 3c, 5c, 4c, n. a gourd or bottle for keeping oil. 

acu'iSjD'', 3c, 5c, 4c, 2c, n. a fowl's oil bag. 

o^, 3c, 4o, n, the breast of a female. 

008, 3c, D. *c88, 3c, to come, |t, 4c, 

008, 4c, n. *c88, 4c, the slimy, green substance that rises on 

water; moss. 
"So, 4c, Im, n. an edible moss, growing in water. 
S8cg', 4c, 4o, Ic, n. a dried, aquatic, edible moss. 
008, 4c, V. (K.) to spit; (C. S.) Ic, vide oj, 2o. 
008, 5c, V. *c88, 5c, to support one's self with something. 
nZ^ 5c, 4o, V. to sit with the chin resting on the hand. 

cgoo8c"0^, 5c, Ic, 5c, 4c, v. to act under a strong impulse or 

determination of feeling; to act under repressed feelings. 

08s, 5c, 2m, V. to support one's self with a cane or by leaning 

on something. 

OCj^oS, 5c, 5c, 3o, V. to slip, as the hand while leaning upon it. 

^8, 5c, 4c, V. to lean on the hand. 

op^, 5c, 5c, V. to rise by leaning on something for support, 

/a8Soc8y;88, 5c, 3o, 5c, lo, v. to have the arms akimbo. 

008, 5c, V. *c88, 5c, to be the same, alike. 

/5^, 5c, Ic; /38oo^jD'>S, 5c, Ic, 2o, Ic, v. the same. 

008, lo, n. ^Laos) a knife or sword, coiS, 2o. 

008, 3o, V. a couplet used with CO, 5o, to fall down. 

008, 4o, V. to wash or sift for gold or silver, using the hand to 

stir the sand and water in the vessel, 
-^"o, 4o, 4c, V. to sift for gold. 
008, 4o, V. to feel with the hand, grope, as a blind man with the 

hand reaching out. 
- VS, 4o, 3o, V. to annoy by grabbing, as a man attracting the 

attention of a woman. 
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274 oo 

ooSo^ScSs^, 4o, 2o, 4c, V. to search with the hand for some partic- 
ular ingredient of food in a dish. 
o], 4o, Ic, V. to search by groping. 
oo898, 4o, 4o, adv. lengthy in extent from one point to another, 

as, o8o5oo8c8, 2m, 4o, 4o, to be very straight and long. 

c88o88, 4o, 4o, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

oo8, 5o, V. *c88, 5c, to turn, turn back; to move with a circular 

motion, 6is sparks driven by the wind; to advance and return, 

oo8.g'[oo8'^^, 5o, 2c, 5o, 4c. 
oiooSw^t, 5o, 2c, 5o, 4c, v. the same. 
ooodS, 5c, 3c, V. part, sjx eissertive verbal ending, (b.). 
00, Ic, V, *c8, Ic, to pound; to push anyone or anything violently. 
"8, Ic, 3c, V. to pound rice, to separate from the husk, not so 

completely as og, 5c. 
c8, Ic, 4c, v to make a hole into, perforate. 
c8o6, Ic, 4c, 2c, V. the same. 
o^, Ic, 2c, V. to pound into. 
c^S, Ic, 4o, V. the same as ooc8, Ic, 4c. 
o6, 2c, 71. *d5, 2c, a trap in the form of a box, as, oojjS, 2c, lo; 

a plank so arranged as to fall on the prey, as, oooo, 2c, Ic; 

a noose, 00^8, 2c, 5o. 
o6, 2c, V. *cS, 2c, to throw the shuttle through in order to put in 

the woof; n. the woof. 

5^, 2c, 2c, V. to put in the woof in weaving; n. the woof. 
00, 2c, V. *c8, 2c, to administer a charm or some charmed medi- 
cine, to deprive a person of self-control. 

CO, 2c, 3c, V. the same. 

CO, 2c, V. to bend down, incline forwards; to decline, be low down, 

as the sun, (b.). 
oj'g^c^) 2c, 5c, Ic, Ic, t>. to be down-hearted; discouraged. 
COC1, 2c, 3c, n. (oocl B.) a fisherman. 

oocBS, 2c, 4o, n. (oaSoSSsB.^ a brick wall surrounding a pagoda. 
o6o8, 2c, 3c, V. to be of medium stature. 
ooc(S, 2c, 4o, n. a race in the Shan States, 00806, 4o, Ic. 
o3', 2c, 4o, n. a race in the Shan States, oo5o83, 4o, 2o. 
00, 3c, n. a place, vide cS, 3c, (b.). 



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00, 4c, V. (K.) to wind the thread on the quill of a shuttle, vide 

009S, Ic. 
00, 4c, V. (K.) to be low, vide cS, 3o. 
06, 4c, V. *C^, 4c, to put, place in position without the idea of 

permanence; to be placed, set up. 
"8, 4c, 3c, V. to place food before any one. 
', 4c, lo, V. to expose for sale. 
00, 4c, Ic, V. to offer to a spirit. 
o5od<, 4c, 3c, 4c, Ic, V. the same. 
o6'g'>S, 4c, 2c, n. (o6g^ B.j a flag offered in worship. 
060, 4c, 2c, n. (c6^ B.) a stick for cleaning the teeth, 'ooo, 5c, 

4c, 2c. 
CO, lo, V. *c^, Ic, to feed with fuel by pushing it into the fire; 

to put or thrust fuel into a fire, as a stick burning at one 

end only. 
cS^So6<5o', lo, 4c, lo, 4c, V. the same. 
06, lo, V. vide d^(5, 2c. 

cx5, 2o, n. *d5, 2c, (olds' B.j punishment, chastisement. 
00, 2o, n. *cS, 2c, (ol B.) an evil, a calamity. 
^C3ScK'5JoS'c|, 2o,4m,4c,4m,lc, n. the evil results of overwork. 
c6/>, 2o, 2o, adv. intensive, used with "QS, 4o, as, ^606/i, 4o, 2o, 

2o. very numerous. 
00, 4o, V. *c8, 4c, to put side by side in a row; to follow in 

order one after another. 
00"[, Ic, n. *c8, Ic, the eye; a knot in wood; a section, an apart- 
ment, as, ooI^jd', Ic, 2c; the portion of the warp made ready 

for weaving by arranging the threads eiccording to their color, 

ooi-oSiS-^S, Ic, 4c, Ic; (K. and C. S.) 3c. 
JD8, Ic, lo, n. one s tale of work. 
o^oo^oS, Ic, lo, Ic, 4o, n. the sam^. 
'' iO^S, Ic, 5o, V. to have the under eyelid fallen away through 

disease or some other cause. 
JsS, Ic, 4o, V. vide oo*[B8, Ic, 4o. 
- BS, Ic, 4o, V. to have an eyeball destroyed. 
^6, Ic, 4o, V. to have the white of the eye very prominent; to 

be wall-eyed. 



276 oo]^o'co' 

001/5', Ic, 2c, n. a compartment in a play board; a small whirl- 
pool caused by the eddying of water. 

^', Ic, 8c, V. to have one eye larger than the other. 

- -"oi, Ic, 2c, n. a texture of woven bamboo, mtule in squares, 
sometimes open like grated work. 

S8co8c8, Ic, Im, 4o, 4o, v. to have the staring look of the eyes 
peculiar to a dead person, sometimes applied to the eyes of 
the aged. 

x>S, Ic, 3o, V. to have sunken eyes. 

c6, Ic, lo, n. net-work. 

C"Sc83, Ic, lo, 4m, n. iron net-work. 

"o, Ic, Sc, V. (K.) vide oo"['^S, Ic, 3o. 

c6, Ic, 3c, t;. to be wall-eyed; to look askance. 

coiS, Ic, 4c, V. to have a white spot on the eye. 

c8^, Ic, 4m, V. to have sore eyes. 

cSt^cB-S, Ic, 4m, 2o, V. to have an ophthalmic disease with little 

suffusion of blood. 
c6^c6, Ic, 4m, lo, V, to have an ophthalmic disease attended 

with much suffusion of blood. 
c8oo^, Ic, 4c, 2c, V. to have a sty on the eyelid. 

co^i Ic, 4c, V. to be wall-eyed. 

C0S08, Ic, 4c, 4o; coSyag>S'>^^, Ic, 4c, 2c, 3c, v. the same. 

o8(S, Ic, 2o, V. to smart, as the eye. 
00, Ic, 8c, V. to be near-sighted. 

ocS, Ic, 3c, V. to have the eyes fixed &s a person in convulsions. 

00^, Ic, Ic, V. to be blind, sightless. 

c8>c, Ic, Ic, n. the protuberant bone of the ankle. 

coSioo^, Ic, 4o, 3c, V. the same as oo\^tQco^, Ic, 4e, 3c. 

op8, Ic, 3c, V. (K.) the same. 

oo^'SC.S, Ic, 2c, .5o, r. to have jaundiced eyes. 

8cp, Ic, 3c, V. to turn the pupils of the eyes out of sight, as 
in sudden fright. 

o, Ic, lo, V. to have prominent eyes; n. a bulging joint, as of 

bamlxKi, as, w^oo^o, 5c,lc, lo. 
(^oo]8cp, Ic, lo, lc,4o, V. the same. 

o'co*, Ic, 2o, 5o, D. to be cross-eyed; to look askance. 



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00]oS, Ic, 2c, V. to be subject to amaurosis or gutta serena. 

oSoo]c88, Ic, 2c, Ic, 4o, V. to have insight, as a man versed 

in astrology. 
<So8, Ic, 4(0, V. to have a disease of the eyes which causes 

blindness after dark. 

cSd8jd', Ic, 40, 2c, v. the same. 

cBoS, lc,4m, V. to have the eyes smart is from the presence of' 

a pungent odor. 
co5oo'[8'>S, Ic, 4m, Ic, 4c, v. the same. 
(66*, Ic, 5o, V. to wink the eyes. 

c, Ic, 2c, t;. to be able to open the eyes only a little. 
CcS, Ic, 5c, V. to have sore eyelids, less than oojcy^, Ic, Ic. 
CiSoojCg.S, Ic, 5c, Ic, 3c, V. the same. 
ccSc85d8<S, Ic, 5c, 5o, 5o, v. to close the eyes often on account 

of soreness of the eyelids . 

cfc', Ic, lo, V. to be quick-sighted. 

-^-cS^, Ic, 2o, n. the white of the eye. 

(5^5, Ic, lo, V. vide <S^<S, lo. 

'>?oo'[2S, Ic, 3o, Ic, 4o, n. the affairs of a country. 

80S, Ic, 4c, r>. to be cross-eyed. 

8o5oo'[9'^, Ic, 4c, Ic, lo, V. the same. 

BcS, Ic, 4c, lo, V, the same as oo|8?coo^, Ic, 4c, 3c. 

8400^, Ic, 4c, 3c, V. to have a film or cataract on the eye. 

'*'>^, Ic, 2o, V. to have dim sight or to be blind, whether from 

cataract or any other disease which produces a white film. 

^8, Ic, 4c, V. vide <^8, 4c. 

', Ic, 5c, n. a knot in wood, a bamboo joint. 
w'ooioo^, Ic, 5c, Ic, 2c, n. the same. 

S**?, Ic, 4c, V. to have the eyes open and unwinking. 

S-jS, Ic, lo, f . to be cross-eyed. 

28, Ic, 4c, 71. a finger joint, vide ^6^8, 3c, 4c; with j5, Ic, as 
j5oo\^8, Ic, Ic, 4c, the fist. 

oB, Ic, 2c, V. to have white eyebrows, used with "^^j lo, eis 

^-jSooig^, lo, Ic, 2c. 

gS, Ic, 4c, n. net-work. 

go^, Ic, 2c, V. to be blind, ooigoS, Ic, 2c. 



278 a)\8oS 

ODigoBcij'ti, Ic, 2c, So, 3c, V. to be blind in one eye. 

goSc8(S, Ic, 2c, 4c, V. to be blind, the eyes appearing to be 

all right, t?ie same as oo|oS, Ic, 2c. 
g', Ic, 3c, V. to have the eyes nearly shut from drowsiness, as 
an opium eater; the same as ooic, Ic, 2c. 

oyS, Ic, 4c, f. to have an involuntary motion or winking of 

the eyes. 
- 0$, Ic, Ic, 71. the black of the eye; the iris of the eye. 

c88, Ic, 4o, V. to have clear sight. 

c86, Ic, lo, n. a star-like open braided charm of bamboo 

erected by travellers as a protection against wild beasts. 

c8, Ic, 3c, n. the graduation of a scalebeam. 

ao, Ic, 5c, V. to have the eye destroyed. 

3d', Ic, 4o, t?. to be confused, dizzy, as a person looking down 

from a great height. 
oo'cScS, Ic, 4>o, 4m, v. the same, 

oSJB, Ic, 2o, V. the have the eyes fixed sternly. 

c^oo"[^8, lc,2o,lc,lc; c.8oo|C^5, lc,2o,lc,3o, v. the same. 

c86, Ic, lo, V. to have jaundiced eyes. 

o88, Ic, 3o, V. to look sideways from a malformation of thi 

eyes, by which a straight forward glance is impossible. 
QQ-S, Ic, 3c, V. vide oo"[ccS, Ic, 5c. 

qgJB, Ic, 4c, p. to be sunken-eyed. 

8o5, Ic, 4c, V. vide ooi^ooS, Ic, 4c. 

cJB, Ic, 2c, n. tlie warp ready for weaving. 

j.Soo|J^, Ic, 2c, Ic, Ic, n. the same. 
3^, Ic, 3c, V. vide OD|cS, Ic, 3c. 

>--y^, Ic, Ic, V. to have exceedingly inflamed eyelids. 

J399S, Ic, 3o, r>. to be drowsy; to nod. 

^-S, Ic, 4c, V. the same as 00|.oS, Ic, 4o. 

-^^oo|^oS, Ic, 2c, Ic, 4c, v. to cast little side glances. 

co\i Ic, part, a substantive prefix pertaining to the future, not 

used alone, as, oo|oS, Ic, 3o, something future which is 

excellent; vide ooS/'>S, 4o, Ic 
oo|oS, le, 2o, n. an axe. 
oO]^8oS, Ic, 4o, n. a small axe, an adze. 



oo^i^ODi 279 

oo"!^, 2c, n. *c8, 2c, a part, allotment, portion, as, ooy^^, SJc, 3c, 

one meal, one portion; prep. for. 
"o8, 2c, 3c, 71. a meal. 

QoS, 2c, 3o, V. (cocS B.^ to begin a new year. 

ooi, 2c, n. *c:8, 2c, ( a:0 B. ^ a measure of length equal to seven 

cubits, vnfreq, 
oo*[cdS, 2c, 2c, adv. perpetually, continually, ccSccS, 2c, 2c. 
cx>"[9C, 2c, 5c, n. i o1^ P. ) a gift or present; a religious gift or 

ofiFering. 
00y|oo, 2c, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. ( 'ODOODOO P.) such a gift 

as one firiend might suitably make to another friend. 
S0|8, 2c, 6c, 2c, 5c, n. ( 0Dd8 P.) a liberal or princely 

offering. 
oo|OD, 2c, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. ( oVo P. j such a gift as might 

suitably be made to a slave. 

ooSoo, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. ( oggi P.) a gift, an offering. 

co|00J01, 2c, 5c, 2c, n, ^olc^^P. ) one who contributes to the 

support of religion in some form, a layman. 

-w, 2c, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. ( P.) a laywoman. 

00100], 2c, 2c, n. (oODCpP.) a constellation. 

00]c8, 2c, 2c, w. (d)c8 P.) a golden necklace with pendants. 

ooiOcSSoO], 2c, 6c, 2c, 2c, w. ( ooooc8o6o P. ) the second nat 

country situated on the summit of the Myenmo Moimtain. 
00[, 3c, n. *c8, 3c, a shallow place in water, a ford, a ferry. 
'9^, 3c, 5c; -acooi^c', 3c, 5c, 3c, 4c, n, the same. 
00*, 3c, 2o, n. a shallow place in a stream; the mouth of a 

stream. 

88, 3c, 4o, n. a ferry. 

OiS'ik, 3c, 2o, 5c, n. a bathing place, as in a river. 
oo], 8c, V. *<A, 3c, to place upon, put upon. 

oo8, 3c, 2o, V. the same. 

c8S, 3c, Im, V. to place upon with weight. 

00"[t, 4c, t;. *c8, 4c, to smear, overlay, rub over with sometliing. 

9C0D], 4c, 2o, 2c, V. to smear with fragrant powder. 

-acScp, 4c, 6c, Im, v. to rub with earth oil. 
'>C00'[, 4c, 5c, 3c, V, to paint. 



280 c8^8-^ 

ooit'>3'|0&|, 4c, 3c, Ic, V. to put on medicine. 

c8, 5c, V. *oo, 6c. to touch gently, to cause to come in contact 

lightly. 
c88, 5c, 5o, V, the same. 
oo', 5c, 2c, V. to hit gently. 
c8, 5c, V, *oo, 5c, to apprehend, catch, arrest. 
JD, 5c, Ic, tJ. the same. 

3D.Soo, 5c, 3o, 5c, V. to take captive, to capture. 
CO*, 5c, 3c, V. to catch, seize hold of. 

/3q8, 5c, Ic, V. to seize and take. 

cBcSsoojsooi, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c, adv. a little of a great variety of 
things; with , 4c, to have a little of many kinds. 

c8oO'>S, 3c, 2o, V. (G^^ P.) to invoke the interference of some 
lupernatural power to cause a desired event to occur on a 
certain condition mentioned; to swear, take an oath; some- 
times cBSco>S, 3c, 2o 

c8Sc83, 4c, 4c, adv. intensive, used with oo>8, Ic, applied to solid 
bodies, ooSc8Sc85, Ic, 4c, 4c, to be perfectly solid; also 
applied to that which is impassable, as a road, ooSco^cBS 
c8.S, 4o, Ic, 4c, 4c. 

c8Sc8S, 4c. 4c, adv. constantly, diligently, as, ^cScBScBS, 4m, 
4c, 4c. 

cBSS, 5c, 5c, n. (8g P.) a heretic. 

gS-SocS-O-^, 5c, 5c, 5o, 5c, n. (Ss^^l ^') ^^ wisdom of the nats. 

cBS, 4m, V. *coS, 4c, to dip up, take out of, draw, as water from 
a welL 

>', 4m, 5c, v. the sams. 

c8.8, 4m, V. *ooS, 4o, to press on or down; to keep in subjection. 

-y^35c8Bojj, 4m, 5o, 4m, 3c, v. to commit rape. 

J^, 4m, 2o, V. to rub in a preparation of mud to fix the color 
after dyeing, used of cloth dyed black. 

x>, 4m, 4c, V. to gild, overlay with gold leaf. 

5c83c85, 4m, 2c, 4m, Im, v. to overbear, to fall upon; to seek 
to raise one's self into a higher position, as an official attempt- 
ing to seize the rank of Sawbwa. 

8-^, 4m, 4o, V. to throttle. 



c8^c ?y30O, 4m, 4o. Ic, v. to seize suddenly, as a tiger seizes its prey. 
'a^cpsOcSs'S^, 4m, 5o, 5o, 4c, v. to offer violence; to compel to 
submit. 

'^8, 4m, 5o, V. to press meat. 

'^csScocS, 4m, 4c, 3o, v. to commit rape. 

cBS. 2o, V. *coS. 2o, to divide, break, or sever, with r^o, Ic, as, 

.03808^, Ic, 2o; V. i. to be split, parted, cracked. 

BS, 2o, 2c, i>. to shoot or spread out in branches. 

S, 2o, 3c, V. to crack open. 

^S, 2o, 2o, t^. to crack open; n. a fissure, as a crack in the 

earth from the iieat of the sun. 

-oS^, 2o, 2c, V. to split open; to be torn or brokeii. 
oScS, 2o, lo, V. to be slightly cracked. 

^o::;|/5So, 2o, Ic, lo, Oc, v. to shoot between joints, as a bamboo; 
a proverb: The unusual has happened, as a cooly dying in 
the midst of a journey. 

oo^S, 2o, 3o, V. to send up a shoot, as a planted seed. 

S-^SoS, 2o, lin,5c, V. to divide into separate parties or gather- 
ings; to send up many shoots near together. 

/a^l 2o, 3c, V. to crack, split; to be cracked. 

c8-S, 3o, n. { K. and C. S. ) a building of stone or brick; any 
depository; a box; a country, region, vid'^ cBS, 3o. 

c6A, 3o, V. *oo.S, 3o, to compare together, measure, estimate; to 
measure by comparing the length, 
-oj", 3o, 4c, V. to compare with. 

SJBjd'jS, 3o, 3o, Ic, v. to contend with, fight together. 
oocS. 3o, 4o, V. to measure, compare. 

c8S, 3o, 4o, V. to compare with; to measure. 

'^S, 3o, 4o, V. to make equal to a given weight; to compare 

by weighing. 

'r>|c8'^, 3(), 2c, Ic, V. to place one foot before another in 

measuring the distance by the sole of the foot. 
cSSdSJd, 4o, 4o, adi'. by one's self, as, '^cScBScSS, 3c, 4o, 4o. 
cBScBS, 4o, 4o, adv. intensive, denoting hardness, as, w'.BcSc8S 

CO.0, oc, 2o, 4o, 4o, the wood is very hard. 
c8J3, 5o, 71. *coS, 00, a land leecii. 
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282 SS 

cBjo^, 5c, 2c, n. (8ood P.) a commentary on the original Pali text, 

sometimes c8jd|, 2c, 2c. 
c6S, 2c, n. *oo5, 2c, a stringed musical instrument, a harp 

qS, 2c, 4o, n. a harp. 

OS, 2c, 3o, n. a musical instrument of three strings. 

00, 2c, 4!C, n. a harp made of bamboo using the outer layer for 

strings. 
c86, 2c, n. *oo, 2c, a swivel, jingfil, vide c8, 2c. 
c88o88, 2c, 4c, adv. by one's self, applied to persons, ^^[OuScoS 

c8S, 5c, Im, 2c, 4c. 
c8c85, 3c, 3c, adv. tensely, with tension, "S8, 3m. 

008008, 3c, 3c, 3c, 3c, adv. the same. 

c8S, 4c, V. *oo8, 4c, (c8<S8 B.) to lean one side, be deflected, as 

the tongue of a balance. 

'>S, 4c, Ic, V. to demand a higher price than others; to hold 

one s self above others. 

0^8, 4c, Ic, V. to bend or incline the body to one side, as to 

allow another to pass. 

o|l, 4c, 4c, V. to be on the decline, passing away, as a mans 

possessions or the condition of his body. 
c86c8S, 4c, 4c, adv. with a tinkling sound. 

ogSogS, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

c8, 5c, sometimes 5o, v. vide c8, 5o. 

coS, Im, V. *oo, lo, to place upon, press downwards; to build 

or make, as a causeway, dam. 

-^cp, Im, Ic, V. to pad with cotton. 

^, Im, 4o, V. to aamonish, put on guard as against some evil 

course. 

8cp, Im, 3o, V. to place a barrier, to obstruct. 
-ac, Im, 5c, v. to dam up water. 

00', Im, lo, v. to make a dam. 

c8S, 2m, V. *oo8, 2o, to carry on the head. 

^, 2m, 4o, t;. to take an oath with a rehgious book. 

c88, 3m, V. *ooS, 3o, to be in the centre, zenith, as, c8c88, 3c, 

3m, the summit, the highest place, apphed to nigban; to be 

firm, immovable. 



c^6 283 

(BSS^, 3m, 4c, n. midnight. 

"S-aSoo', 3m, 4c, 5o, adv. after midnight. 

"S-^ScSS, 3m, 4c, lo, adv. the same. 

c8, 4m, 71, *oo6, 4o, the name of a river in the principality of 

Kengtawng, a branch of the Salwen, occSS, 5c, 4m. 
c8S, 5m, V. *oo8, 5o, to strike, beat. 
QcS, 5m, 3o, V. the same. 

V*^' ^> ^o> '^- to box. 

c85, lo, n. *ooS, lo, a cucumber. 

e^, lo, lo, n. small kind of sweet melon. 

co8, lo, 5c, n. a common, early cucumber. 

coo, lo, 2c, 2c, n. the water melon, 

c8S, lo, Ic, n. a kind of cucumber. 

oo, lo, 5c, 11. vide c8Sco8, lo, 5c, 

CO, lo, 3o, n. a sour cucumber. 

oo8, lo, 3c, n, a kind of water melon with reddish seeds. 
-qg, lo, 2c, n. a kind of sour melon. 

oc", lo, lo, n. a small prickly cucumber. 

^, lo, Ic, n. the fruit of a jungle creeper sometimes used for 

food. 
co^, lo, 3c, n. a late cucumber. 

co', lo, 4o, n, the musk melon. 

GCoV, lo, Ic, n. an early cucumber. 

c86, lo, V. *ooS, 3c, to make, create, to make appear when there 

is nothing, (b. ). 
c8, 2o, n. *ooS, 2o, (8S B,) the head of a gambling house. 
c8, 2o, n. (oBS B.) a distance of about two miles, vide co^, 4c. 
c86, 2o, V. *CX)S, 2o, to exert one's self to do with care; to strive 

slowly and carefully. 

c^cSSco^, 2o, Ic, 2o, 4c, v. to have a mind to do earnestly and 

carefully, 

o8S, 2o, Im, V. to utter sounds carefully. 

'SoSc'S, 2o, 2o, 5o, V. to hop on one foot in play. 
^oS, 2o, 4m, V. to do carefully. 

c8S, 3o, n. *oo6, 3o, a bar or long piece of anything as a bar of 
metal or soap 



284 c6cp 

c86<jcS. So, lo, n. an icicle. 

OOjcXD], So, Sc, Ic, n. medicine made up in a cylindrical form, 

a pastil, a suppository. 

c8S, So, Ic, n. a symmetrical clod of earth, as the ridge of a 

furrow after ploughing. 

/', So, Sc, n. a long cake of jaggery. 
c8$, 4<o, V. *ooS, 4o, to thrust at or through. 

"OoS, 4o, 4c, V. to thrust in and press or cut apart. 
"O, 4o, Ic, V. to thrust in so as to be held fast. 
00, 4o, Ic, V. the same as cBS, 4o. 

oS, 4o, 2c, V. to thrust through. 

G^^, 4o, 2c, V. to thrust with a spear. 

c8S, 4o, n. (0861 B.) a country. 

d88, 4o, 4o, n. the same. 

c8S/>|, 4o, 4c, n. (oSTt B.) a coin of silver or gold. 

c^S, 5o, V. *oo8, 5o, to grow slowly from want of proper nour- 
ishment; to be small in size, vide ScS, 5o, 

c8c6, Sm, V. *oo'>c, So, to squirm or move about actively, as a 
person trying to escape from the grasp of another; to tum- 
ble about as a hen just after the head has been cut off; to 
toss with pain; vide j:>'[, Sc, to dance. 

cS'^ScBcp^S, Sm, Ic, Sm, 4c, v, to move the hands and feet 
restlessly. 

c8c^, 4ffl, V. *ao^, 4o, to light a lamp, candle, vide 00', Sc; n. 
that which furnishes a light, a lamp, a candle. 

'318, 4m, 2c, n. a charm made of a small written scroll rolled 
and covered with wax to be burned for luck 

"SJ8S, 4m, Sc, Sc, n. a wax candle. 

60*, 4m, 4c, n. a lamp. 

>So"[, 4m, 4c, Ic, 71. a common candle. 

c8cS, lo, n. *00>c, lo, a small hornet. 

"ScxpS, lo, Sc, 4c; [, lo, Sc, Ic; "ScQB, lo, Sc. 4m. 

H. varieties of hornets. 
c8cS, 2o, V. *oO'>S, 2o, to strike, beat, to cast or throw away. 
c8cS, 2o, V. *00'>S, 2o, to eat up, consume, B'sSf Ic. 
c8cS, So, n. *00S, So, a ridge, or elevated line of earth. 



cB^S 285 

c8cSooS, 3o,4o, n. a raised road across low land, an embankment 

in a fortification. 
'^S> 3o, Ic, n. an embankment of earth around a reservoir. 

cti-^S, 3o, Ic, n. a ridge of earth. 

c8cp, 4o, t;. (K.) to gash as the bark of a tree preparatory to stripping 

oiF the bark; (C.S.) lo, vide coo'j', 3c. 
c8cS, 4io, V. *oo'>S, 4o, to put in plaxie of; to repay. 

n, 4o, 2c, V. to repay completely. 

c8, 4o, 3c, V. to put in the place of something else; to hit the 

place just vacated, as the shot of a gun hits the place whence 

the bird aimed at has just escaped. 

co(S, 4o, 2c, V. to retaliate. 

08, 4o, 3c, V. to pay a debt. 

'>'goS<j^o5'cdS, 4o, 3c, 2c, 3c, Ic, Ic, v. the same. 

-^^cScS-goS, 4o, 3c, 4o, 2c, v. the same. 

eS, 4o, 2c. V. to repay fully. 

0S, 4o, 4c, V. to do by turns; to exchange work. 

c:8aSc8oS, 4c, 4c, adv. intensive, used with c8cS, 4ra, as when sore 

from a bum. 
0^0^, 2m, V. *ooo5, 2o, to conceal, hide, to conceal one s self, to 

go and keep out of the way; to be silent, secret. 
cSoS, 2m, 2m, adv. silently; under disguise. 

StS, 2m, 4o, V. to conceal, hide. 

cocS, 2m, Im, v. to be silent, quiet. 

coS, 2m, 5c, V. to conceal, hide. 

c8o5, 2o, n. vld^ vSScS, 2o, 2o. 

c8o5, 3o, V. *ooo5, 3o, to be pressed, flattened, crushed, as grass 

by the wind, cocBoS, 5o, 3o; to lie flat, level. 
cSScSoScSd]^, 3o, 3o, 3o, 3c, adv. unable to rise, as a very sick 

person. 
cBo5'8o5, 3o, 3o, adv. certainly. 

c8c6, 4o, V. *oocS, 4o, to make a noise like an elephant. 
Cjoccoo, 4o, 4o, n. the spur-winged plover; also called, coSooS, 

4o, 4o. 
cPooi-a^cooo, 5c, 2c, 5c, 5c. 5c, n. vide /aQ'S^aooo, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c. 
c8S, Ic, n. '^^co'i^j Ic, a foot; a bottom, foundation. 



286 c6*S 

(Bo^'0\, Ic, Ic, n. a wick. 

.88c8foO|, lc,2c, Ic, Ic, V. to have a supernumerary large toe. 

jO*, Ic, 3c, V. to have one leg larger than the other; to have a 

supernumerary toe. 
"05, Ic, 2o, V. to have the feet chapped or with cracked flesh. 

^^5i^' ^^' ^^' ^^' " ^^^ ^^^^ which divides the hair of the 

head from the forehead, face and neck. 
-c^, Ic, 5o, V. to be lame. 
"gS, Ic, 2o, V. to have crooked legs. 
00806, Ic, 5c, 3c, n. a stand on which the priest's ricepot maj 

be placed. 
08^, Ic, 3c, n. the foot piece of a woman's narrow skirt. 

9c, Ic, 4c, V. to be slow, heavy-footed. 

8*S, Ic, 3c, V. to twist or turn the foot. 

S^Sco, Ic, 3c, 5o, V. to fall because of the turning of the foot. 

OoS, Ic, 4c, V. to have a part of the foot gone as when cut off 

or sloughed off by leprosy. 

<Sd, Ic, 5c, n. the horizon. 

<S&, Ic, lo, n. the line which divides the forehead and the hair. 

<SB'^, Ic, lo, n. the standara or legs of a lacquered tray. 

goS, Ic, 3c, V. to have the sole of the foot perforated with small 

holes presenting a honeycombed appearance. 
o5, Ic, Ic, n. the legs of a dead animal cut off and singed in 

preparation for cooking. 
eg', Ic, Ic, n. the base of a mountain. 
c8'>^c8S, Ic, Ic, V. to be close, niggardly. 
cfe-aS, 2c, V. *00'>8, 2c, to form as fruit in its earliest state; to 

^ jhave a pimple or sore on the eyelid. 
T^o^Sj 2c, 3c, Ic, n. the flesh between the nostrils- 
Oi^c?, 2c, 4o, n. the lips, vide c8o9<5, 2c, 4o. 
-j^, 2c, 4o, n. a nipple, pap, the teat of a woman. 

(^, 2c, 2o, 3o, n. the fruit of the mango in its first stage. 

^, 2c, Ic, n. the lobe of the ear. 

c8^, 4c, V. *oo^, 4c, to take a little slowly and repeatedly, on 

account of lack of abundance, as food, or to prolong the 

pleasure of eating, as sweets; to gather here and there, as 



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herbs, after the greater portion hais been previously gathered, 
to glean. 
cB'^Pop'sS, 4c, 4c, V. the same. 

tp8c8>S8cp, 4c, Ic, 4c, 4m, v. to search slowly, little by little 

for lice. 
c8'>cc8'iS, 4c, 4c, adv. shiveringly, as with cold, oO'aS, 2c. 

oO'^coo^S, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

cBS, 2c, V. *coS, 2c, to contract, diminish in size, to be contracted, 
diminished in size. 

cgoO'^Scg, 2c-, Ic, Ic, Ic, V. to be distressed, harassed in mind. 

C^c86'c^, 2c, Ic, 2c, 4c, V. the sam^. 

CoocO'S*, 4c, 4c, adv. a little of several kinds. 

ogj'ogiS, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

cBo, 2o, 7?. not used alone, but with oo8, 2c, as, co8c8c9, 2c, 2o, 

a pod somewhat like that of lima beans. 
cB^, 3o, r. *oo6*, 3o, to lie flat, level; to be pressed, flattened, as 
paper, clothes. 

o86", 3o, 3o, V. to be finished w^ell, accurately, nicely. 

mS. 4o, n. *ootS, 4o, a siiallow, flat-bottomed basket used to spread 
things on, 

~S)8, 4o, 3c, 7i. sucli a basket or a piece of matting used for a 

plate. 

-sjj, 4o, 4c, n. a piece of thatch prepared for use. 

, 4o, 5c, n. the flap of a saddle. 
- , 4o, 4c, n. a flat fan of any material. 

o86\ 4o, V. *oo6', 4o, to cut in two, to cut off with a knife, to 
separate by cutting; 7i. a piece, anything cut off. 

oooS, 4o, 4c, V. to cut off, sever, as the head from the body; 

to decide, pass sentence. 

(fc-^S, 4o, 4c, V. to cut off, sever with a knife. 

cS/^S, 4o, 4o, 71. vid oocSj^S, 4c, 4o. 

cStS, 5o, 71. *oo<S, 5o, a screen made of foliage for shooting. 
c8<S, vide c8. 

c88, 3c, V. *co8, 3c, to take up with one hand or hold by a 
pulling effort, as a bucket by the bail; to cling to, hang on. 
88, 3c, 3c, V. the same. 



288 c8c6c8S 

c8S, 2m, n. (Laosj trousers. 
c88, 4m, V, *oo8, 4o, to walk. 

3c83o9S, 4m, Ic, 4m, lo, adv. continuously. 

c88, 2o, V. to throw, as dice, zride OoS, 5c. 
c88, 2o, V. *oo8, 2o, to pilfer, to take clandestinely. 
c88, 4o, n. a thing with length especially a row or line of things 
of the same kind, as thatch; used in books of the fingers 
joined in worship, as, c884>c8S<^, 4o, lo, Im, lo; t;. to stir 
up, vide oo8, Ic. 
[, 4o, 4c, n. a row of thatch on a building. 
co', 4o, Ic, n. a range of mountains, including the foot-hills, 

middle heights, and the "back bone." 
cB^S, 5c, 3c, V. ( cScBoS P. ) to be begotten in a supernatural 
manner, used of an ^aocoS, 5c, 4c, an incipient god; opposed 
to ogJ5, 5c, 3c. 
c8, Ic, V. *00|, Ic, to strike lightly, infreg. 
jgSc^gS, Ic, Ic, Ic, 4c, V. to strike, aa a gong or drum. 
c8'^^S, Ic, 3c, V. (C. S.) to toss, to toss up, vide y^SS^S, lo, 3c. 
c8c8 S, Ic, 3o, n. (C. S. ) a grasshopper, xnde co^c8cS, 4c, lo. 
cficg^'i', Ic, 3c, n. (C. S.) vide co^c|, 4c, 5c. 
c8, 2c, V. *oo], 2c, to clear away as bushes from the ground with 

a 60S, 5c, 2c; (K.) 4c; (C.S.) Ic. 
cS8, 2c, 3m, V. the same. 
c8c8coo5ooo5, 2c, 2c, 3c, 3c, adv. with frequent repetition, used 

with cocS, 3o. 
c8, 3c, ;*. *co\, 3c, place, situation, j:>'[, 3c. 
joScBg-^S, 3c, 2c, 3c, Ic, n. the original place or position 
B'i^, 3c, Ic, n. a place for eating; a table. 
B^S^iS, 3c, Ic, 3c, 4o, n. the same, 

"^8, 3c, 2c, n. a place of refuge. 

ooS, 3c, Ic, pr. (C.S.) what.? vide j^\odS, 3c, Ic. 

ODcS, 3c, 4c, n. an end, termination. 

oooSc8oS5, 3c, 4c, 3c, 3m, n. the same. 

c8.Sc8.8, 3c, 4c, 4c, n. a battle field. 

c8B, 3c, 3o, n. the sam as cQsooS, 3c, 4c. 

cSc8.S, 3c, 3o, 3c, n. a writing stand or table. 



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cn9c8, 3c, 3c, n. anything to sit on, a chair. 

^8'o6, 3c, 3c, 3c, 11. a place for steaming rice. 

"a**?, 3c, 4c, n. a place for sleeping; a bed. 

^, 3c, 3c, 11. the same as c8^8, 3c, ''Zc. 

(glSCO^, 3c, 4c, 4c, n. an esplanade, parade ground. 

cSof 5^^(Sd6c^, 3c, Ic, 5o, Ic, 2o, 11. the place of burying the 

secundines; the birth place. 
oSc8co, 3c, 3o, 3c, 4c, n. a mark, token, memorial, sign. 

^j^^, 3c, 3c, Ic, n. a prospect. 

oo8c8.g', 3c, 5c, 3c, Ic, n. the end, termination. 
(S>S, 3c, 4c, n. a handle. 

cS'S'cS^, 3c, 4c, 3c, 4o, . the same. 
Ojj>, 3c, 2c, H. a place to live in. 

c^cSodS, 3c, 2c, 3c, 3o; cgc8oo8, 3c, 2c. 3c, 4c, n. the 
same. 

c^0, 3c, 4o, 5c, n. a race course. 
"c8cp, 3c, 3m, n. a place to play. 

cSc^O, 3c, 8o, 5c, n. the same as cSci^, 3c, 4o, 5c. 
o8o, 3c, 3c, n. a place for rest or refreshment. 

^oSc8odS, 3c, 4m, 3c, 3o, n. a place of work. 

J386, 3c, Ic, n. anything to lean on, anything which affords 

support. 
c8, 4c, V. part. (C. S. and K.) future verbal particle, 00^. 4c. 
c8opo5, 4c, 3c, 11. (c8oQo5 B. j the large horned owl. 
op. 5c, n. *oo, 5c, ^Laos) a person belonging to the second grade 

of the Buddhist priesthood. 
o^, 5c, V. to put together side by side, to compare; to copy, to 

counterfeit. 
OT^, 5c, 3o, V. to compare. 
o\<^, 5c, 2c, 2c, V. the same as ooc8, 5c, 3o. 
u^S, 5c, 3o, V. to imitate, 
oo-^c, 5c. 5c, adv. delicately, oh, 2c. 
opiS, 4c. V. *oo.S, 4c, to ask repeatedly, importune, tease. 

008. 4c, 2c; soo'i', 4c, 4c; ^'^' ^^' ^^' ^' ^^^ same. 
cOj^, k'. V. *oo^, 4c, to strike, T:>eat, less than col, 5c. 
cc>S, k', V. (K. and C. S.) to stir, mix, vide OCO, Ic. 

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890 opSi3|op58 

CoB/^BcoSxfS, 4c, 4c, Ic, Ic, V. to be of a rough mountainous 

character. 
ooJSooSoo^oo^, 4c, 4c, 4o, 4o, adv. with a sound like that of 

felling trees, 
co^, 6c, V. *ooJ5, 5c, to be short, dwarfish in stature, cxS, 4c. 
OoS, 5c, V. *oo^, 5c, to be in straitened circumstances, cSdSc6, 

lo, Ic. 
OO^i 5c, 8o, V. the same. 
op, 6c, V. *oo^, 5c, ( op(S* B. ) to jerk, make a short quick 

motion, coH, 6c. 
OoJBjooS, 5c, So, n. ( \^^ P. ) crime, guilt on the part of the 

priesthood . 
00^, 5c, 5c, 71. (aog P.j unhappiness, misery, trouble, ooScJo-^S, 

4o, lo. 
ap^Soo, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. ^ao^ooP. ) an unhappy person. 
OO^dSoo, 5c, %c, 5c, . (qocSoo P.j one who has no goodness, or 

irtue; a wicked person. 
C08^-O'>Sooc|jd6', 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 3o, n. (l^;>"oo^oD<9 P.j a 

period of famine. 
oo^, ^, t>. *oo, 2o, to express a wish for, to utter one's desires 

repeatedly. 
"-g^, 2o, 4c; (^\, 2o, Ic; f tc^Jl* ^o, Ic, 4o, Ic, v. the 

same. 
yaoS, 2o, 3o, t>. to wish to do, aim at in mind. 
Op^Q3^, 2o,2o, adv. in a permanent position, not liable to move. 

-ao^oo<8, 2o, 2o, 2o, 2o, ac?w. the same. 

or^ScnBcoBcoS, 3o, 3o, 3o, So, adv. referring to the sound of 

striking, as of a hammer or a clock. 
00^, 4o, V. *coS, 4o, to fall; to lose position, rank; to bear a 

certain price. 
<'3-c6> 4o, lo, Ic, V. to be settled in opinion. 
x>6oo^8oa', 4o, lo, 5c, 3c, 3c, v. the sam^. 
/3Sc8'>8/3.S8, 4o, lo, 2o, lo, Im, t;. to be in the midst of a 

jungle or uninhabited country. 

J^\f 4o, 3c, V. to be worth, to have a price. 

oiop^"*^, 4o, 3c, 4o, Ic, V. the same. 



Op^^rS, 4o, 4o, V. to come into continement, to be imprisoned. 
RS, 4o, 4m, V. to tease, vex, by picking up an opponent's words 

and replying. 

"SS, 4o, 3c, V. to be half finished as a piece of work, a journey. 

coiygB, 4o, 2c, 3c, V. to cast lots, opSc8ooSco', 4o, 3c, 4o, 4o. 

c6, 4o, Ic, V. to be startled, frightened. 

- ^cScScS'^S, 4o, Ic, Ic, 2c, V. to be greatly startled. 

ooSoo^, 4o, 2o, 2c, v. to fall without injury, to gain a desirable 

result. 
00], 4o, Ic, int. accusing of partiality, as, oo8oo'[9Sc^S-/30 

PoSioSrg-ooBoS, 4o, Ic, 4c, Ic, 2c, 4m, 5c, 5c, Ic, 4m. 
00], 4o, 2c, V. to fall to one's share, or turn, vide Op5cco, 

4o, 4o. 
-ooiop^SooS, 4o, 3c, 4o, 4o, v. to be in the midst of a journey.. 
cS, 4o, 3c, V. to be settled, fixed, stationary. 
-cSoo^cScS, 4o, 3c, 4o, lo, v. the same. 

c86, 4o, Im, V. to place one thing upon another. 

oS, 4o, 2o, V. to be humbled, abased; to be humble. 

oo^, 4o, 2c, V. to meet with fortunate circumstances. 

gS, 4o, 2c, V. to fall into prison. 

ooSopS/j]?, 4o, 2c, 4o, 4c, u . the same. 

'|, 4o, 3c, V. to be ahead. 

o'[0^8888'>8, 4o, 2c, 4o, 4o, 3o, v. to take up one's abode in 

another country. 
-oo,ODD^coS, 4o, 2o, 3o, 2c, v. to give the required presents to 

secure a wife. 
cio^oD^cO'^, 4o, 3o, 3o, Ic, v. to fall to the ground, used of 

those who have been degraded in rank, oo^/sgQ], 4o, 5c, 2c. 
-coS, 4o, Ic, V. to fall behind. 
co^op^co', 4o, 3c, 4o, 4o, v. to cast lots. 
opJ3op^cSp8, 4o, 3c, 4o, Ic, V. to have a husband. 
Op5op,Sc<S, 4o, 3c, 4o, 4c, v. to obtain a wife. 
SCO, 4o, 4o, V. to come to one's turn, vide cqS^qo\, 4o, 2c. 

oS'^S, 4o, 4c, V. to fall behind. 

5^', 4o, lo, V. to be lost by accident. 
- ^'sSop^coS, 4o, 4o, 4o, 4c, v. to marry. 



292 opS/aoS 

coS/soSi], 4o, 5c, J^c, V. to lose rank, position, office. 
^*^5 40, Ic, V. to be first. 

Qg^SooS, 4o, Ic, 4o, V, the same, 
cofic j^^^coS, 4o, 4o, 4o, 4o, adv. with a sound like that of 

felling .. 
oojdc8, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. ( q^aoc8 P. ) transition to an unhappy state 

of existence; an unhappy condition. 
co.o5, 5c, 5c, n. (q^2 P-) the outside garment of a Buddhist priest 

which is worn thrown over the shoulder. 
OoS, Ic, V. *ooS, Ic, to become somewhat coagulated, thickened, 

to acquire consistency, as soup set away to cool, />, 3o. 
op5oS, Ic, Ic, n. vide o^Sj^BcoSj^S, 4c, 4c, Ic, Ic. 
opScoS, 2c, 3c, adv. in a quiet, still, undisturbed condition. 

3oScoS, 2c, 3c, 2c, 3c, adv. the same. 

-38Sc85, 2c, 3c, 2c, 3c, adv. the sam. 

opSco5ooSoo5, 3c, 3c, 3c, 3c, adv. referring to striking or jarring 

sounds. 
coS. 4c, n. a Shan, used only with oo', 4c. 
;3Q'^oo^.g^, 4c, 2c. 4c, 2c, n, a Shan. 
opS, 4c, n. *oo5, 4c. (qiB. j a tube placed on wheels and charged 

with gunpowder, 
ops, 4c, v- (K.) to toss up, vide oS, lo. 
ops, 4c, V. *ooS, 4c, to receive, take, accept; to approve, assent 

to, ratify; (K.j 6th tone. 

B-^, 4c, Ic, V. to eat food offered, as a priest. 

8'>S, 4c, 4c, V. to listen to. 

- co6, 4c, Ic, V. to receive with two hands in politeness, used of 

children only. 

:35, 4c, 4c, V. to receive an offering of food, used of a 

priest. 
oo6, 4c, 4c, V. to receive and remember. 

oo, 4c, 2c, V. to listen to attentively, accept. 
38, \c. 4c, V. to receive in the hand. 

'TcS/aQo, 4c, 5c, Ic, V. tlie same as opS, 4c. 

/araS, 4c. Ic, v. the sime; to enter into an engagement, to 

hecome surety for. 



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ops, lo, n. *oo5, lo, a summei, or horizontal beam sustaining the 

floor; (K.) 3o. 
g'>^, lo, 3c, V. to have the small supports of the floor out of 

place, moved from original position. 
opoS, lo, 3c, V. to have any of the supports of the floor loosed 

from their place. 
- Q^, lo, 3c, n. the small sleepers placed upon the summers to 

support the flooring. 
- ^-^S, lo, 2c, n. the same. 
opS, lo, V. *oo8, lo, to ascertain the quantity by a measure of 

capacity, as a basket; n. a quantity measured. 

cr^cS, lo, 4o, t;. to measure for the purpose of knowing the 

amount. 
o5, lo, 4o, n. a quantity of gunpowder sufficient for one charge. 
- ;3QO, lo, Ic, V. to measure. 
Ops, lo, V. (C. S.) to toss up, vide jp^S, lo. 
ops, 2o, n. *ooS, 2o, a circle, a ring; a district, or circle of country; 

(K.) 4o. 
J?'^, 2o, lo, n. the ring or streak of a thunderbolt, Shans 

believe a ring of metal often falls. 
- 'QS, 2o, 4c, n. a connected line of snares fixed in the ground, 

is in catching fowls. 
- oo.S^'[, 2o, 3o, 2c, n. a wheel-like rocket which revolves when 

fired. 
c^^, 2o, 3o, n. a noose. 

- oS"^, 2o, 3c, n. the circumference of a skirt. 
-^ciDpooS, 2o, 5c, 4c, 3o, n. a casting net, c5, lo. 

^S, 2o, 4o, n. the circuit of a country, i. e. all that is within 

its limits. 

^8, 2o, 5o, n. a slip-knot, noose, snare; (K.) 4o, 3m; (C.S). 

lo, 5m. 

88, 2o, 5c, n. the same. 

opS, 3o, ri. *oo8, 3o, a rice field, that which belongs to one person; 

also used to express a paddy plain, vide ooSc|8, 3o, 4c. 
'>'1l, 3o, 4c, n. an extensive rice plain. 

oS, 3o, 2c, n. a field after the harvest has been gathered. 



294) opcp^ScS 

oo^ySo'c^S, 3o, 2c, 4o, 4o, n. ttie same. 

cj^', So, 3c, n. an extensive, cultivated, upland field. 

(j^'opS-^cis, 3o, 3c, 3o, 4c, n. cultivated fields. 

(p^c^S-^Cj^i, 3o, 3c, 4c, 4c, n. the same.. 

Ops, 4o, V. *ooS, 4o, to have an emaciating diseise, peculiar to 

children; n. the disease. 

s-o], 4o, 5c, V. to have a prolonged, emaciating disease. 

oo|'', 4o, Ic, 2c, t;. to have an emaciating disease accompanied 

by sore eyes. 
'>^8, 4o, 5o, V. to have an emaciating disease, caused by the 

eating of meat. 

o|, 4o, Ic, V. the same of fish. 

og, 4o, Ic; ^S, 4c, 3o; ^8, 4o, 2m, v. the same as opS, 4o. 

Op5, 5o, V. *oo, 5o, to stir, move, as a living body, to tremble, 

to shake, as a house. 

g'^^, 5o, 4c, V. the same} to be weak, unstable in mind. 

op6, 5o, V. (K. andC. S.V to salute, vide oo^, Sic. 

OpcoSo, 5c, 5c, 3o, n. ^q8oS P. j an evil deed, a sin, opposed 

to oooo^^, 5c, 5c, 3o, a good deed. 
opcS, 2c, V. *ao^, 2c, to match, be of the same size, like one 

another; (K.) 4cr (C. S.) Ic. 
op?|D, 3o, V. to be very large, fat like a fat hog. 
Opcp, 4c, n. *oo', 4c, one who is neither a male nor a female, an 

hermaphrodite, vide yp^opcSyD'^SgS, 4o, 4c, 4o, 4c. 
OpcScocS, 4c, 4c, adv. intensive, used with /ao-^S, 2c, properly warm. 
Oprp, 5c, V. *oo', 5c, to root in the ground, as swine; to burrow, 

turn up the earth, infreq., vide oc^cp> 4c. 
opc^yiS, 5c, 3c, n. vide o^^, 5c, 3c. 
OpcS, lo, n. *oo', lo, a cover made of leaves sewed together and 

used as a protection from rain; sometimes applied to a species 

of the screw pine, 
opcp, 2o, V. *co\ 2o, to bunch up either by swelling or naturally, 
opr^/^cp, 2o, 2o, adv. intensive, used with 'c\, la 
opc^, 4o, V. *co', 4o, to look. 
-oScS, 4o, 5c, 4c, V. to look at a shadow, as the reflection of 

one's self in a mirror. 



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opcScSoocSo^, 4o, 2c, 4o, 3c, v. to observe, to have one's eyes about 
one, 

c85, 4o, 3c, V. to peruse, read to one's self. 

CO, 4o, Ic, V. to look at or for; int. look! see! sometimes 4o, 4c. 

CO, 4o, Ic, V. to look for; to look forward to, to expect. 

j^\, 4o, Ic, V. the same, 

ODoS, 2c, V. *oooS, 2c, to set on fire, to kindle; (C. S.) 4c. 

cSoS, 2c, 2o, V. to set fire in the jungle. 
o\f 2c, 2c, V. the same. 

cio*, 2c, 4c, V. the saTue as opo5, 2c. 

tp'', 2c, 3c, V. to set fire on cultivated land. 

opoSopoS. 3c, 3c, adv. intensive, used of sour things, 0^, 3o. 
opoS, 3c, n. a trumpet or bugle; (K. and C. S.) 4c. 
opoS, 3c, n. *oooS, 3c, leprosy, -^8, 2c. 

88, 3c, 5o, n. leprosy in which the joints have fallen off and 

the parts afflicted are covered with sores. 
- '^i5, 3c, 2o, n. white leprosy. 

c88, 3c, 2o, 2o, n. a variety of leprosy somewhat swollen and 

inflamed , 
opoS, 4c, n. *ooo?), 4c, a short length or piece of anything. 

cSoS, 4c, 4c; ', 4c, 5c, . a short piece of wood. 

OpoS'aC'oS, 4c, 4c, adv. delicately, o^, 2c. 

OQoSoDoS, 5c, 5c, adv. considerably, applied to heat, as, ^^SopoS 
opoS, 2c, 5c, 5c, to be considerably warm; sometimes 3c, 3c. 

cocScocS, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c; c8o5c8o5, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c; 

^oooSoooS, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c, adv. the same. 

OpoS, 4o, V. *ooo5, 4o, to pass gas. 

oj, 4o, 2c, V. to pass gas without noise. 

OD'iS, 4o, Ic, V. the saine as opoS, 4o. 

opc8oo, 5c, 5c, 5c, a. (i^':8oo P.) second. 

op^S, 2c, n. *00'>S, 2c, a snout. 

Cp>S, 3c, v. vide op-^S, 5c. 

op'^S, 3c, V. ^ K. and C. S. ) to be shallow, of little depth, vide 

c^, 3c. 
0p'>S, 5c, (6)n.(^K. and C. S. ) what is left, a remnant. z>ide 
c8', 4c. 



296 o^cS 

Op'S^, 5c, V. "oow, 5c, to rise and overflow, as water m time of 
a freshet; to gather into wrinkles, to pucker, abo iic. 

"8^, 5c, 3c, V. the same. 

oo^S, lo, n. a body. 

oo8, To, Ic, n. the same. 

op-sS, lo, a. atta,. applied to deities, priests, as, op'>Sgi, lo, 3c. 
Op-jS, lo, V. *oo'aS, lo, to give a drink to, as to a sick, or help- 
less person; sometimes Ic; ^K.) to push into with force. 
op-^S, 2o, V. 'oo-sS, 2o, to scratch in order to allay itching. 

"6, 2o,4o; -03^, 2o, 4o, v. the same. 

op'^S, 3o, n. a beginning; a firstborn child. 

-jdS, 3o,5c, n. a beginning, base, foundation. 

jdScScj'^ww, 3o, 5c, 3c, 3o, 4c, n. the origin, very beginning. 

"qS, 3o, 3c, n. the first or original animal; the beginningof 

one's flock or herd, as, (^8opS"g^, 4c, 3o, 3c. 

5'>^cp'>^CoS, 3o, 4o, 3o, 4c, n. the parents of a family. 

op9S>, 3o, 11. *00'3^, 3o, a plant or tree. 
/joocS, 3o, 5c, 5c, 4o, n. the laurel. 

J38, 3o, lo, n. the hutea frondosa or Pulas kino tree. 

J&8, 3o, 4o, n. the henna tree, the leaves of which are used for 
staining the nails. 

/>8, 3o, 4o, n. the common balsam plant. 

/>, 3o, 2o, n. the tree of destiny; ones predestined partner, 
that is, one's partner in a previous life to whom one will be 
married again in this existence, 
jD/58, 3o, 2o, 2c, n. the same as 2nd def. 
3cpooS, 3o, lo, 3o, 11. vide op'^SooS, 3o, 3o. 
/p6c88, 3o, 3c, lo, n. the castor oil plant, Palma Christi. 
j^cS, 3o, 3o, n. a plantain or banana tree. 
c^|, 3o, 5c, n. a palm. 
ooS, 3o, 5c, n. the upas tree. 

"sS, 3o, 3c, 71. the rice plant. 

i>, 3o, 4o, n. the indigo plant. 

wSoS, 3o, 4c, 4c, n. fea%z2iB.)semicarpus aiiacardium, mark- 
ing nut tree, the tree which produces the ink nut. 
cS, 3o, 5o, n. an artificial tree laden with offerings. 



op >85BS 297 

oO'>foo'SocO'>f , 3o, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. (g^'ocoSB.j the date Palm, 

Phcenioc dactylifera. 
c85, 3o, 5c, n. the caryota urens. 
ooSciof^ci), 3o, 4o, 4c, 3c, n. the male papia tree. 

00'>c6''S|i, 3o, 5c, 3o, 4c, n. (oo^fSslg B.) murraya paniculata, 

a kind of tree, the bark and root of which are used in making 

a fragrant cosmetic. 

oocS], 3o, 5c, 2c, n. the Malay apple. 

001 , 3o, Ic, n. the Shan paper, tree. 

oS8, 3o, 3m, n. the hauhinea tree. 

2o^6*, 3o, 3o, 4m, n. a kind of shrub. 
oo, 3o, 3o, n. a kind of cork tree. 

ooSco, 3o, 4o, 2c, n. an offering generally made in the form 

of a turreted spire. 
0066*001, 3o, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. an artificial tree laden with offerings. 

c8cS, 3o, 4m, n. a torch, lamp, candle. 

ooSoS, 3o, Ic, 3c, n. cordia myxa, a tree whose leaves are used 

in making cigars. 

oo^S. 3o, lo, 71. the palmyra palni. 

00-^, 3o, 5c, 5c, n. nipa f'ruiticans, a palm common in L. B 

-'3Cc8'3C, 3o, lo, Ic, n. a species of thorny vine or creeper. 

-^8, 3o, 5c, n. the cotton tree. 

'^c>5 3o, 3c, n. a species of ficus, a sycamore. 

iS , 3o, 2c, n. a palm that blooms once and dies. 

co^^S, 3o, Ic, Ic, n. a tree whose leaves are used in making 

cigars. 
c^oSoooS, 3o, 3o, 3o, n. a kind of movable pyramid used for 

coffins, offerings, &c.; a pyramid made in the Shan States of 

sticks of firewood and offered at a pagoda. 
6oi5'S8. 3o, 4c, Im, n. any plant producing leaves used for curry. 

ooiccjo, 3o, Ic, lo, n. two or more plants springing from the 

same seed or root. 
'SoSi, 3o, 4c, n. ifide <^cS, 4c. 
00 5, 3o, 4c, n. the poppy. 
c)o,S, 3o, 3o, n. marsh grass used for weaving mats. 

j.S^6, 3o, 2o, Im, n. the pineapple plant. 

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298 opoSg^^^'iS^ 

oo^Sc^^^S, 3o, 2o, 4o, n. the tamarind tree. 

vS^S, 3o, 2o, 4o, n. the abru3 precatorius. 

Q^'SSoo, 3o, 2o, lo, So, n. the tomato plant. 

^rf'8oo'[, 3o, 2o, lo, 3c, n. the white thorn apple. 

^OdccSd^, 3o, 2o, 4o, 4c, n. the papia tree. 

w9c, 3o, 2o, 5c, n the terminalia chebuLa, a tree beaiing an 

astringent, bitter fruit. 
-tt^^^wdScg, 3o, 2o, 5c, 4c, 4c, n. jatropha curcai, the physic 

nut tree. 
^ttJBc^S, 3o, 2o, Ic, n. the amotto, bixa orellana. 
wJSwaScg, 3o, 2o, 4c, 4c, n. vide 0p9S(^9Cw9Sc8, So, 2o, ,5c, 

4c, 4c. 
w^<^, 3o, 2p, 5c, n. the betel tree, areca palm. 

iSco8, 3o, 2o, 4o, n. the jack tree. 

tto8jD|, 3o, 2o, 2o, Ic, n. the Indian trumpet flower, alo 

w'cS^SooS, 5c, 5c, 5o. 
.Sc^8ooc<S3^, So, 2o, 2o, 4o, 4c, n. the fig tree. 

tfjQ09C, 3o, 2o, Ic, n. the cocoa palm. 

wSc/ao^co], So, 2o, 2c, 2c, n. (oo B.) the custard apple tree. 
85, So, 3c, n. the tree of destiny, vide oo-jf^, 3o, 2o. 
', So, 5c, 11. a tree. 

'c|, So, 5c, 5c, n. the schleirhera trijuga. 
*op98og.8. So, 5c, So, 2c, n. trees. 

w'-acS, So, 5c, 5c, n. the cotton tree. 

^w'-ac, So, 5c, Ic, n. the oak tree. 

u'g9C, So, 5c, 4c, n. the mulberry. 

-w'o^, So, 5c, 4o, n. a species of sterculia from which sheaths 

are made for Shan knives. 
w'o^S, So, 5c, 2o, n. vide *c^8, 5c, 2o. 
g^, So, 2c, n. a flowering plant or tree. 

g3o5cx>p, So, 2c, So, 4c, n. the mimusops. 

gc6c(S, So, 2c, 2c, 2o, n. the champa bearing a yellow flower. 

g-S^^S, So, 2c, 4c, 2c, n. ( cocGpS B. ) a fabulous tree which 

bears fruit in the form of women, op'>S g5<p>. So, 2c, 
So, 4o. 

^S'^Q^i) So, 2c, 4o. 4c, n. the gum arable tree 



o^Scr^ScoScoS 299 

OOoSg^w', 3o, 2c, 2c, n. rosa sinensis, the shoe flower. 
- g^ji^S^cS, 3o,/ic, ^o, 4o, n. the same as opS^oj-^S, So, 2c, 
4c, 2c. 

CO, 3o, 4c, 71. the marsh-date pahn; an annual plant the stalks 

of which are used for brooms. 

d^Sool^, 3o, 8o, 3c, n. grass. 

cpvScQoS, 3o, lo, 4m, n. a species of sp\irgewort the leaves of 

which produce an itching sensation. 
- ffi^, 3o, 2c, n. a warp. 

cj'^o^, 3o, Ic, 4o, n. a miniature palace, offered at a pagoda 

and set on fire and burned if made of paper; if made of 
other material it is left unburned. 
/^8, 3o, 3o, n. a plant common in the Shan States. 

J3g% 3o, 3c, n. sugar cane. 

op>^, 3o, V. *oO'>S, 3o, to join together, unite m eflPort, as, OpS 

/j^Sc^go-aS, 3o, Ic, 5c, Ic, to urge, excite. 
op>?, 4o, a. solitary, alone, as, ^oo-^S, Ic, 4o, a hog which lives 

by itself. 
ooS, 4o, V. *oo'>S, 4o, to stretch along connectedly, as a creeper; 

vide c8'>S, 4o. 
co', 4o, Ic, n. a mountain range; a ridge or spur of a mountain. 
opS, 5o, V. *ooS, 5o, to retch, make an effort to vomit; to rise 

and overflow, as water dammed up. 
'6'3?Op'>S(p^, 5o, 3c, 5o, 3o, V. the same as 1st def. 
006*, 2c, v*QoS, 2c, to contract; to be contracted, to be drawn into 

a narrow compass, to narrow; to close an umbrella; to be 

shut up as a flower. 
- 00 tS, 2c, 4o, V, to compress the lips; also applied to that class 

of Shan words which are uttered with the lips slightly open; 

opposite of .OQ]09<J, 3c, 4o. 
cSiS, 2c, 5o, V. to contract so as to become flat, as a bladder. 
00 tS, 3c, n. *ooS', 3c, a curved slanting roof put on the end of a 

gable. 
006', 4c, t. *oo6', 4c, to bend down or back, to draw together. 

C, 4c. Ic, V. to bend the ears back, as an elephant. 

op (S 006*00(5 00 (J, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. with a cracking sound, as com 



SOO op8cg 

parching, also 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c, used with cw'j', 4c; said of many 

little things which have no use. 
cr^S, ^o, V. *coS, 2o, to strike, rap, as with a stick or the fist. 
'^qS, 2o, So; o8cp, !^o, 5o, v. the sarne. 
C^c^, 2o, 4o, V. (cooSc^ B.) te box. 
apes', 2o, V. *ooS, 2o, to eat, vide ooS, 2o. 
cotSoS, 52o, 2o, n. a kind of creeper. 
0^6" op 5006*006, 3o, 3o, 3o, 3o, adv. with a crackling sound, as 

fire burning dead gi-ass. 
op6", 4<o, V. *0O(S, 4o, to strike with the palm of the hand; to clap 

the hands, 
^, 4?, 3o, V. to slap the cheek. 
c^, 4<o, 2c, V. to slap. 

-8^, 4o, 2c, V. to flap the wings, as birds. 
C^cp, 4o, 4<o, V. to slap the arms, as if intending to box. 
-^o, 4o, 4c, V. to clap the hands; to strike hands as the seal of 

an engagement. 
op6\ 5o, V. *ooS, 5o, to fold double, turn back. 

"Sl^?^"^!^' '5o>2c, 5o, 4tc, adv. to go to and fro, backward and 

forward. 

^8op6'c85, 5o, 4c, 5o, 4m, v. to fold clothes. 

coh, 5o, 2c, V. to bend the arm at the elbow. 

c8op6'oo6', 5o, 3c, 5o, 5o, adv. bending one way and then 

another. 
'3^6, 5o, 2o, V. to fold double; to gain as much in trade us 

one's capital is, or one hundred per cent, 
coc^, vide op. 
opo, Ic, n. *oo'[, Ic, a body; a. atix. for animals; with jdS. 2c, 

myself, yourself, himself, vide op8jo8, Ic, 2c, 0p8o'>S, Ic, 4c. 
yD-^c, Ic, 3c, n. a chrysalis, a grub. 
X)'>C'^, Ic, 5c, 4o, 71. a figure, also ooB-o-JoS, Ic, 5c, 4o. 

JDO, Ic, 2c, pr. self, masc. or fern. 

^"[OD, Ic, 2c, 5c, n. the body. 
j^-^S, Ic, 4o, n. the human body. 

3'>8oo-[, Ic, 2c, 2c, n. the body. 

eg, Ic, Ic. n. a living body. 



op8 301 

opBoDoS, Ic, 4c, n. an animal. 

oooSoooScS, Ic, 4c, 4c, Ic, n. animals. 

CO, Ic, 2c, n. a rotten carcase. 

oDOo8'>c8, Ic, 2c, Ic, 3c, n. the same. 

oo', Ic, lo, 71. a dead body, a corpse. 

c8, Ic, 2c, 71. the larva of an insect. 

c8S, Ic, 2o, 71. a wild beast. 

cfi^SooS^S, Ic, 2o, Ic, 4o, n. the same. 

cSoSy', lc,2o, 5o, V. to have wild beasts in abundance and act- 

ive in depredations; n. a wild beast of a dangerous character, 
-acS, Ic, 4o, n. an insect in the chrysalis or in the larva state. 

"ScS, Ic, 3c. 71. a rotten carcase. 

o8oo8ocS, Ic, 2c, Ic, lo, V. to be naked, withont clothing; to 

be without friends; to be neglectful of religious duties. 
oc^, Ic, lo, V. the same. 

00,8, Ic, 4c, n. the substantial part of cooked condiment or curry. 

^, Ic, 4c, pr. himself (Ht. his bodyj. 

8, Ic, 2o, n. a nam not yet married, mde o;>8o8, Ic, 2o. 
6c85, Ic, 3o, 3c, 71. a spelling book. 

r8,S, Ic, 3c, 71. a letter of the alphabet, Op8c8^oo8co', Ic, 

3c, Ic, 4o. 
c6(S, Ic, 4c, 71. a living body. 
O^S, Ic, lo, V. to conceive, be pregnant. 
oo'co', Ic, lo, lo, a. naked, without clothing; without baggage. 

or anything accompanying. 

o8, Ic, 2o, 71. vide op88, Ic, 2o. 

J3C0|, Ic, 2c, 2c, V. to be pregnant. 

ysQoo', Ic, 2c, lo, z), the same. 

op8, 3c, n. (K.) a cataract on the eye, vide QCoS, 3c. 

op8, 3c, V. *cr>\, 3c, to pervade, be full, complete; adx). entirely. 

ogoS, 3c, 2c; ogoScBoS, 3c, 2c, 2o; 00], 3c, 3c; (;^o5, 

3c, 4o, V. the same. 
opo-^Q*, 3c, 3c, 5c, n. (K.) a stump, vide coo^w', Ic, 5c. 
op8, 4c, n, *00|, 4c, ( c^j B. ) a fabulous animal form made in 

c^-JCoocSiflQoS, lo, 4c, 4m, for festivals at that season; the 

image formerly put on standard weights. 



302 op-^-^S-j^S 

ooS, 4c, V. *C30], 4c, (c8i B.) to advance, increase, augment. 
oo*^ ^c ^^ '^- the same. 

gi^g, 4c, 4c, V. ( Q0 B.) to advance, increase, augment. 

oo8, 4c, V. (c8t B.) to push, thrust aside. 

cfi8, 4c, Ic, V. the same. 

OoS, 4c, n. ^K.) a large hornet, vide coo']'. 2c. 

roS, 4c, V. (K.) to cause the ends of two or more things to meet 

or join, vide cooj, 5c; to meet face to face, xdde COoY 2c. 
oo8, 5c, V. (K.) to fetch or carry, vide coo], 5c. 
opS, 6th tone, v. (K.) to. push with the head or horns; to weave, 

vide c^^, 4c. 
op, Ic, 71. *0Q, Ic, a log. 

o.SoS, Ic, 5o, 4c, n. a lever which raises the pestle of a rice 

mortar, JD^'^.8gS, 4o, 5o, 4c. 

c8S, Ic, Im, n. logs of wood used to keep anything down or 

for a trap. 
cfioS, lc,2o, n the stock of a harrow in which the teeth are fixed. 
', Ic, 5c, n. a log of wood. 

>8, Ic, Ic, n. vide opg'^c, Ic, Ic. 

09S, Ic, Ic, n. a prop, fulcrum, opw, Ic, Ic. 

coS, Ic, 3c, n. a drunkard. 

c8, Ic, 4m, n. a heavy bar of iron. 

00, Ic, V. *oo, Ic, to swsemble, gather together, crowd together; 
used of men and animals. 

cS, Ic, 2c, V. to gather together against; to gather together 

within, as insects in a flower. 

58, Ic, Ic, V. to gather together, as when looking at the same 
book or eating from the same dish. 

o5, 2c, n. a weight equal to four seeds of the abrus precatoritu: 
two pice. 

o5, 2c, V. *o6, 2c, to bud, to swell into a little pointed protuber- 
ance; n. a bud; a pimple, small boil. 

o^'>c8, 2c, lo, lo, V. to have the hairs of the skin bristle be- 
cause of a chilL 

- .^'>S'>^8, 2c, lo, 5o, V. to have the hairs of the skin briatle up 
through fear or a chill. 



opoo 



303 



cnooS'>88^, 2c, lo, 5o, 8c, n. "goose flesh," the appearance of the 

skin when a chill is felt. 
"ip^S^S^S, 2c, lo, 5o, 4c; ^'^So^g^, 2c, lo, 5o, 2c; "^S 

v^Scfc-aS, 2c, lo, 5o, 3o; ^'>8'>^8o^, 2c, lo, 5o, 5c, n. 

the same. 
- "o'g^, 2c, 2c, 2c, n. an anther. 
c8^, 2c, 4m, n. a sore, swelling that is tender. 
o8Sco8, 2c, lo, lo, n. the spherical ornament surmounting the 

vane of a pagoda spire. 
o86, 2c, Ic, n. a small pimple with a sore, an eruption, mostly 

on the face. 

0015, 2c, 4o, n. a temporary projection of the lips, as when water 

is held in the mouth. 
-Q^, 2c, 4o, n. the roundness of the breast. 
- ^<, 2c, Ic, n. a boil, ulcer. 
'^cS, 2c, 4o, lo, n. the bud of a stalk before it opens, U5 a 

head of rice. 

', 2c, Ic, n. a ball of thread, thread on a small reel. 

.S, 2c, 2c, n. the bud of a flower. 

Co6, 2c, lo, n. a spangle. 

o6jp, 2c, 2c, adv. very crowded, used with j5, 3o. 

00, 3c, 71. *o6, 3c, a trap of basket work to catch fish and eels; (K.) 

a basket for clothing. 
opo>, 3c, 5c, V. to splash water, also oocJoc, 4o, 5c. 
o5, 4c, n. * 00, 4c, a small basket made to fasten on the top of 

a bullock's pannier. 
00, 4c, n. *c6, 4c, the day before a market day, o^SopjooS, 4c,4c,2o. 
yaoS, 4c, 2o, n. the same. 
00, 4c, n. *o6, 4c, a bundle of twigs or withes, 
oo^> 4c> ^Cj ^- ^ bundle of bamboo withes. 
o6oo, 4c, 4c, adv. not loudly, but slowly and with good tone. 

o6o6, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

00, 5c, V. *o6, 5c, to hit, come in contact with, strike against 

accidentally, as one's head. 
00, 5c, 5c, V. to go in a tottering, uncertain manner, as a child 

just learning to walk, 



304 ojo^S 

opooo*, 5c, 5c, Ic, V. the same. 

00, lo, V. to be pleasant, agreeable to the taste. 

O^, lo, lo, V. the same. 

00, 3o, V. *oo, 3o, to boil, (trans.). 

"88, 3o, ^, V. the same as op, So. 
oo, 3o, So, V. to steep in pickle. 

o6, 4o, V. *o6, 4o, to cover up, as the mouth with the hand; en- 
close, wrap. 

ooS/3o', 4o, 4o, lo, f, to cover over, conceals shameful thing 

from public knowledge. 

oo|, 4o, Ic, V. to cover the eyes with the hands. 

oo6, 4o, 4c, V. to add more. 

oocO, Ic, 2c, n. (C.S.) a scarab beetle, vide coc8, 2c, Ic. 

oo, Ic, n. a door, used in composition, vide cSo5oo, 4c, Ic. 

CO, Ic, n. Libra, the seventh sign of the Zodiac. 

C|l^> Icj 2c, 2c, n. the same. 

oo, Ic, pr. I, vide jsS, Ic. 

x>\, Ic, 3c, pr. I, vide >o8'0|, Ic, 3c. 

00, 2c, V. *oo[, 2c, to be putrid, rotten. 

-acS, 2c, 3c, V. the same. 

Sep, 2c, Im, V. to be very offensively rotten. 

Oo8oD|, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. (008000 P.) a musical instrument of any kind. 

OOCO 1 , 2c, 2c, n. ( 00 300 B. ) diseases having their seat in the 
digestive organs; frequently applied by the Shans to an ob- 
stinate kind of dysentery, piles; a slow wasting disease with 
no well-defined symptoms. 

000, 2c, 5c, n. (00 P.) vide 000, 2c, 5c. 

00, 3c, V. *oo'[, 3c, to administer some charm, or charmed medicine 
in order to deprive a person of power, or to make him 
foolish. 

06, 3c, 2c, V. the sam^. 

00. 3c, V. *oo|, 3c, to be blighted in growth, as vegetables by lice. 

00, 3c, a. blunt, dull, 

00, 4c. n. a name for the private parts of a male child, -vulvar. 

00, 4c, pr. a. every (b.) vide Jj>, 3c. 

Ooc88, 4c, 3c, 71. (C. S.j a half, vide "g'^S, 4o, 3c. 



coScg' 305 

CoS, Jc, V. part, a sign of the future tense, colloquial, sometimes 
4c, vide coB, 4c. 

- oo', Ic, lo, adv. extremely, to the last extent, 

coScco^, 2c, 2c, Tc. (coo:o>dP.) fire. 

coSoo, 2c, 5c, n. (cooo P.] a place, country. 

^co"j^8, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c, adv. ( o^ P.) itinerantly, from 

place to place. 

Co5co'>"[, 2c, 5c, 2c, 71. (c:oo^o P.) a teaching, doctrine, dogma, 
a formula of belief. 

coSocxDoS, 2c, 5c, 3o, n. Dewadat, the great opponent of Gaudama. 

coSoi, 2c, 2c, n. (c90 P.) a nat, a being superior to man. 

coS8S, 2c, 2c, n. (co3^ P.^ a sovereign of gods. 

eoSS, 2c, 2c, n. (co8P.) a queen. 

coS, lo, n. a grandmother; an appellation given to elderly females, 
used in some of the south-western Shan principalities, (b,). 

cd5, lo, V. *cn\, Ic, to toss up flour or ground rice that the 
remaining kernels of grain may be removed, vide scS, 5o. 

co5, 2o, V. *oo'[, 2c, (oo^ B. j to set up, erect, establish, constitute. 

c8, 2o, 3c, V. to begin, to make a beginning; n. a beginning. 

cS^, 2o, 3c, 4o, V. vide coScj^S^, 2o, Ic, 4o. 

00, 2o, 5c, V. to begin, to make a beginning; n. a beginning. 

co(?88S,2o, 5c, Ic, 4c, V. the same. 

00'[00'>C'[, 2o, 2c, 5c, 2c, v. to establish a religion. 

oo5, 2o, 3c, v. to set up, place. 

oowoocSdS, 2o,2c, 5c,5c, 2o, v. to have a feast when the scrip- 
tures are read. 

oc8^oo^cco, 2o, 5c. 5c, 2c, 2c, v. to be conceived. 
3'>S, 2o, Im, V. to be established. 

oS, 2o, 4m, V. to establish, to build. 

(p^8, 2o, Ic, V. to take the lead, be the first in doing. 

5iS.g, 2o, Ic, 4o, V. to take the lead in speaking, to begin, in 

addressing a superior. 
coS, 4o, n. *co\, 4c, a ridge or long elevation of any kind. 
- -^c"!?, 4o, 4c, n. a ridge of earth in a paddy field. 

>gS, 4o, Ic, n. a ridge of earth to confine water. 

CO*, 4o, Ic, n. a mountain spur or ridge. 

89 



806 oo'coS 

coS, 4o, V. *co\, 4c, ^00^1 B.^ to remain or be detained for a 

short time. 
CoSooccS, 4<o,5c, 4o, adv. obstructively. 
CoSooS, 4o, 4o, n. the spur-winged plover; also called, c8oSc68, 

4o, 4o. 
CoS, 5o, V. *cx), 5c, to toss up flour that the unground kernels of 

grain may be removed, vide 6dcS, 4c. 
3^*^ 5o, 3c, V. to toss and shake around. 
Co5, 5o, adv. very, exceedingly. 

coS, 5o, 5o; CoSoiO|, 5o, 5o, 3c, 3c, adv. the same. 

CX)0, 5o, 5c, V. part, an assertive verbal ending. 

oo', 2c, V. *c8, 2c, to pass lengthwise, move along; (K.) 4c. 

'oS, 2c, Ic, V. to walk over a bridge. 

"^So*, 2c, 4o, lo, V. to walk a tight rope. 

c^Si 2c, 3o, V. the same. 

^^^^cBcSoScS", 2c, 3c, 3c, 3o, 3o, v. to crawl, as an insect under 

one's clothes. 
oo*, 3c, V. * c8, 3c, to light, as a lamp or candle. 

COCp, 3c, 4m, V. to light a candle, whether a common or charmed 

one. 

cfo*, 3c, 4c, V. the same. 

/, 3c, 4o, V. to put charms written on paper or metal plates 

into a vessel and burn, 
oo', 4-c, n. *c8, 4c, a Shan or Tai. 

cS, 4c, 2o, n. a Shan belonging to the districts of China bor- 

dering on the Shan States. 
^So, 4c, 4o, 4o, n. a Shan belonging to Mong Mow; used also 
as an equivalent of oo'cS, 4c, 2o. 

o^>c, 4c, 4o, n. a Laos man. 

coS, 4c, lo, n. a term used to denote a Shan of pure race. 

0^8, 4c, lo, n. the same as oo'c"6, 4c, 2o. 

oo'c/51, 4c, 5c, n. a friend, companion. 

oo^ lo, V. *c8, Ic, to die. 

yp, lo, lo, V. to die while pregnant. 

^|, lo, 2c, V. to die; to be dead. 

coo, lo, 5c, V, to die early. 



coD-[^; 307 

oo'cX)FcB, lo, Ic, 3c, V. to die without changing place, on the spot. 
005^8, lo, Ic, 4c, V. to kill in the hand; to die in the care 

of some one. 
-ac', lo, 5c, V. to feel almost dead through pain; to sleep. 
60^11, lo, 2o, 3c, V. to be palsied on one side. 
cSooSoo'oO'^S, lo, 2o, lo, lo, V. to pass away; to die far from 

one s friends. 
cSo', lo, 4o, V. to die before coming to maturity, as birds, fruit; 

to be stillborn or die at birth, 
cxd.Soo'cSd'^S, lo, 3o, lo, lo, V. to die away from friends and 

home, without usual comforts. 
c86'oo'c68, lo,4c, lo, lo, V. to die fresh, i. e. by violence, not 

naturally. 

c85, lo, 4c, V. to faint away; to be insensible; to be suffocated. 
yi, lo, 3c, V. to die of cholera. 

(jS, lo, Ic, V. to die by violence or accident, not by sickness. 

9', lo, 5o, V. the same. 

/nScBcSf lo, 2o, 3o, v. to die in one's own blood through 

violence or by fatal hemorrhage. 
od'oo', lo, lo, adv. definitely, positively, irrevocably, cooS^oo'oo*, 

3o, 4o, lo, lo. 
00*, 3o, n. *c8, 3c, border, side, space near, 9, 4c; a border, edge 

of something; with y^aSoS, 2c, Im, not to be of use, to 

amount to nothing, as, ywS^^oo', 2c, Im, 3o. 
Co'TdSS, 3o, 4c, 3o, n. the collar of a coat or jacket. 
'OtS''>cc8cSc8^, 3o, 2c, 5c, lo, Ic, n. a border, boundary. 

00 S, 3o, 3o, n. the wall or palisade about a place. 

OD(5oS8S, 3o, 2o, 3o, 4m, n. the same as oo'^iS^cScpcS^S, 

3o, 2c, 5c, lo, Ic. 
oc, 3o, 5c, n. the water's edge, vide ci>S':c, 2c, 5c. 
00', 4o, V. to nearly or just touch, come in contact, used with 

c^-aS, 4c. 
CO, 4o, 5c, V. the same. 

cooS, 4o, 3c, V, to touch but fail to gain a hold, 
cooj, 5c, V. *co5, 60, to fetch or carry, 

^|, 5c, 2c, V. to carry, convey away 



308 cot^cJd 

cc^jw]!, 5c, -Ic, V. to fetch, bring. 

/8, 5c, Ic, V. to take and carry. 

:'00|, 5c, V. *coS, 5o, to cause the ends of two or more things to 

ii.?ot or join. 
oO|Co5, 5c, "' - V. to be slow in movement or action; adv. with 

a slow movement, as a person with sore feet, used with ^k 

2c, "[, 4c, a,?, cooico^-gl, 5c, 5o, 2c. 
coo|Cool, 5c, 5c, adv. repeatedly, again and again, cooS, 3o 
coo^c*c'[, 5c, 5c, adv. in a very soft, delicate, tender condition, 

9^, 2c. 
coo'i^, Ic, n. *co5, lo, a projection of wood, as a stump; the re- 
mains of anything after a part has been destroyed, as the 

stump of a tree. 
8cS8, Ic, 2c, 4o, n. stubble, the stumps of rice stalks left after 

reaping. 
tt<>5, Ic, 4c, n. the remains of anjrthing after a part has been 

destroyed, as a stump. 

cSS, Ic, 4o, n. stubble, the same as Coo^8c^8, Ic, 2c, 4o. 

', Ic, 5c, n. the stump of a tree; branch of a sunken tree, 

a snag. 

c88, Ic, 3o, n. the short stems left after reaping. 

coS, Ic, 4c, n. the same as coo^, Ic. 

CO 5, Ic, lo, n. a great breach of religious law, as the sin of a 

drunkard. 

co^, Ic, 2c, n. a stump. 

cS, Ic, lo, n. a sharp stump, a snag. 

/n"^, Ic, 2c, n. minor sins, as those against persons of one's 

own age. 
ccx)?, 2c, 71. *coS, 2o, a large hornet of which there are two 

varieties, viz., Coo^-g6, 2c, 2c, and coo']' j6cO'>S, 2c, Ic, 5o. 
ceo?, 2c, V. *co5, 2o, to meet face to face; to engage in games 

involving rivalry, to engage in conil)at as fowls; with >g]^, 

2c, to go directly towards. 

jD'iS, 2c, Ic, y. to be right opj)osile, 

.<sb, 2c. lo, 7. to to*)* and catt;h witli a stick, to play with <iS 

C.S, 2c, lo. 



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cooY-o', 2c, 2c, V. to set game cocks to fight; to play checkers. 
CcS, 2c, 40, V. to play a kind of child's game involving two 

parties in which one side seeks to catch and hold those of the 

other. 
ccoY, 2c, 4c, V. to meet face to face. 
oo]^, 2c, Ic, V. to meet the eye, as, /58o'>Scoo^oo'I , lo, 4c, 2c, Ic, 

the sun shines into the eyes; to be pleasant to one s eyes, 

agreeable. 
ooooi, 2c, 4o, Ic, V. to play blind man's buff. 

CO, 2c, 2c, V. to raffle, to have a lottery. 

ocicoo^ooj, 2c, 3c, 2c, Ic, v. to be under one's eyes. 

-^vIcSd^w-SooI^, 2c, 3c, 2o, 2o, Ic, v. the same. 

o*c8o5, 2c, So, 2m, v. to play hide and seek, sooV^o^oS, 2c, 

4c, 3c. 
o'c8o5o'8(5, 2c, 3o, 2m, 3o, 4o, v. the same. 
ci85rSoo^, 2c, Ic, lo,4c, V. to play a game in which a person, 

whose elbows are tied, must catch another person to take his 

place. 
cSjsQ-g', 2c, Ic, 2c, 5c, V. to play a game in which a person is 

blinded, who on striking another gives place to him. 

cjo', 2c, 5o, V. to play dominoes; to play cards. 

6d'cc8, 2c, 5o, 3c, v. to play cards. 

w^", 2c, 2o, Ic, V. to play with seeds in little pits. 

.S^6, 2c, 2o, 2o, V. to play with tops. 

^c88, 2c, 2o, 2o, V. to throw dice in playing any game of 

chance, 
^c8, 2c, 2o, 4c, V. the sam,e. 
w^-aS, 2c, 2o, 4c, v. to play a game with large flat seeds, S 

-^j 2o, 4c. 
.Sc5, 2c, 2o, 3c, V, to play a game of chance with cowries. 

^c8, 2c, 2o, 3c, V. the same. 

85, 2c, 4o, V. the same as coo^o^c8o5, 2c, 3o, 2m. 

c^, 2c, 5o, V. vide cooVcc8, 2c, 4o. 

coo'j', 2c, n. ( coo5 B. ) lord, applied to a deity or princely 

person . 
OjS, 2c, lo, n. a ruling prince in the Shan States, reverential. 



810 (^S(^S(r>(nB 

GCO^cB, 2c, 4o, n. vide coqoo^qSS, 5c, 2c, 4o. 
coo'j'cooV, 2c, 2c, adv. medium, middling. 

a)'>So03S, 2c, 2c, 2o, 2o, adv. the same. 

coo'fcw^, 2c, 3c, n. a place erected for the temporary use of a 

prince during a journey; a place of refreshment. 
coo'i'c88<j^o5, 2c, Ic, 3c, coTi^. until. 
C 30^ cool", 2c, 2c, V. to make fun of. 
coo^, 3c, n. *co5, 3o, a water pipe or conductor. 
Co8, 3c, 3c, n. the bent pipe of a distilling apparatus which 

conveys the liquor distilled to its proper receptacle. 
COO^, 3c, n. *coS, 3o, a cataract on the eye. 
coo^, 3c, V. *co5, 3o, to gash, as the bark of a tree with a knife, 

preparatory to stripping off the bark. 
COO?, 3c, n. time; adv. yet, even, though. 
/>|, 3c, 3c, adv. used with a negative, cdo^/3|j3Q, 3c, 3c, 2c, 

nevertheless, though. 
j^*, 3c, 4c, conj. the same as coo^j^ojoc^S, 8c, 3c, Ic. 
>', 3c, 5c, adv. the same as coo?c8o, 3c, Im. 
OdS, 3c, 4c, adv. yet, still, though. 

coS, 3c, 4c, adv. the same. 

c88, 3c, Im, n. present time; adv. now. 

0'['>c*S, 3c, 3c, Ic, coiy. although, nevertheless. 

0|'>c8cjD^, 3c, 3c, Ic, 3c, conj. the sam^. 

0'['>cScoSc/>^, 3c, 3c, Ic, Ic, 3c, conj. the same. 

coo^, 3c, part, prefix, let, allow, as, coo^waSwn, 3c, 4c, 4c, let 

him come. 
ip, 3c, 3c, adv. certainly, indeed, as, Qy::>^^c6ao, 3c, 3c, 4m, 

6c, certainly, do it (and you well get pay). 
coo9, 4c, V. *coS, 4o, to push with the head or horns, to butt; 

to weave. 
JO, 4c, 2c, V. to weave. 
coo^OD, 4c, 5c, n. (ccOmP.) anger, ooSc^a', 4o, Ic, 8c. 

^, 4c, 5c, 2c, n. ( '|J P.) anger. 

C^O, 2c, n. a worm bred in the body, vide c^B, 2o. 
d^Bc^Bcr>ScoB, 3c, 3c, 3c, 3c, adv. patteringly, as the sound of 

footsteps. 



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06 5, 4c, V. *ooB, 4c, ( d^^ ^' ) * ^^^ drink, to administer a 

liquid. 
o8o5co|, 4c, 3m, 2c, v, (oogodJoS P.) to administer an oath. 
^, 4c, 5c, V. to give water to drink. 
"je, 4c, 4o, V. to nurse, give milk to. 

o^, 4c, Ic, V. the same as c^, 4c. 

001001 , 4c, 3c, Ic, V. to administer medicine. 

C08, 4c, 3c, V. to give liquor freely. 

c8JB, 4c, V. *oo5, 4c, ( oBoS B. ) to send, employ about some 

business, urge to action; to importune; to fight. 
08^, 4c, 4c, V. to fight, engage in battle. 
c8.Sjd>S, 4c, 4c, 5o, v. to be conquered, defeated. 

d3.SoD, 4c, 4c, 4c, V. to be conquered in battle. 

c8Sc8^c88, 4c, 4c, 4c, lo, V. the same as cB&sBS, 4c, 4c. 

cS^ctS, 4c, 4c, 5o, V. to conquer. 

oo>8ooS, 4c, 4c, 4o, V. to file. 

- coo^i*, 4c, 4c, V. to fight. 

80S, 4c, 3o, V. to destroy utterly, to desolate as a province. 

(Jo', 4c, 4c, V. to use firewood freely. 

- (B-jScB^ci)', 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, v. the same. 

OoS, 4c, 4o, V. to instigate. 

80S, 4c, 4m, V. to employ in some business. 

c8.SJ3, 4c, 4c, adv. very, used with -ac^, 4c, as, 'icSc^S^S, 4c, 

4c, 4c, to be very heavy; weightily, heavily. 
c8^, 5c, V. part, a particle denoting present action, present time. 
(BB, 2o, 71. *co^, 2o, a worm bred in the body, sometimes 2c; 

(K.and C.S.) 4o. 
j5, 2o, lo, n. a lumbricus or other round worm bred in the body. 
cScS*, 2o, 5o, n. a tape worm. 
C0'S, 2o, lo, w. an earth worm. 
-y.S(S3,S8, 2o, 3o, 4c, 2c, n. the pinworm. 
cB^, 2o, n. *coS, 2o, a place prepared for sowing seed; sometimes 

a ridge as for onions; a compartment of a rice field for 

sowing rice; (K.) 4o. 
jyy 2o, 8c, n. a bed of plants. 
9e\t, 2o, 4c, n. a rice field prepared for the plants. 



512 <^8 

d8,S, So, n. *ooi5, 3o, ( d^oS B. ) a building ot stone or brick; 

any depository; a box; a country, region. 
oo], 3o, 2c, n. a box or trunk. 
a69C|, 3o, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. a shrfne. 

ooiSooi, 3o, 2c, 2c, n. a treasury. 
c8J5, 3o. 3c, n. a book case. 

- ^o5, 3o, 2c, n. a brick building. 

cfiS. 3o, 3. *cy:>^, 3o, to come to an end, be terminated. 

- J0|, So, 3c, c(>nj . although. 

'^^, 3o, So, adv. to the utmost. 

c8iD, 3o, 4o, a. to come to an end; to terminate. 

c8 B^oo8, 3o, 3c, So, 4o, v. the same. 

cQS. So. V. (d8."DB.) to weigh goods with a large scale. 
cQScSS, 4<o, 4o, adu. with a sound like that of felling timber. 

oO-Soo^, 4o, 4o, 4o, 4o, adv. the .same. 

cfiS Ic. n. *(X>S, Ic, a wild ox, ho.s- sondairus, different from oo 

c^iS, 4c, 2o. 
cfiSc8'>S, Ic, Ic, n. ^C. S.) a stirrup, vide cfeSoD-^S, lo, Ic. 
c68c8, Ic, 4c, adv. very dense, impenetrable to the eye, as smoke, 

oo>S, Ic. 
CO 5, 2c, n. *oo8, 2c, an area forty wahs square; often used of anv 

area 
dSS, 2c, n *co^, 2c, a large grain of anything, as salt or sugar; 

the first state of an insect after leaving the egg, the larva state. 

8S>S, 2c, 4o,4c, n. the larvae of an insect, much eaten in tiie 

Shan country. 
c88. 2c, V. *oo8, 2c, to swell. 
.8, 2c, Sc, V. the same. 

^, 2c, 2o, n. a pustule. a.s of smallpox. 

:8Sc8c8S'>8S, 2c, S<;, 2c, lo, adv. absolutely ignorant, used with 

^^, 2c, 5c. 
:65c88, 2c, 3c, adx). quietly, unmoved, ms h god in meditation, (h V 
JB8, Sc, v. *CoS, Sc, to come out of witii force, as a jet of water 

from a fountain, -JcdBSjaQS, 5c, Sc, 2c, to cause to come 

out witli force; also used of sound, to blow with the moutli. 

to play a wind instrument; to burn with lust, ( vulgar j. 



c88'oa'|, 3c, 5c, 2c, v. to blow the bugle. 

"CX38, 3c, 3c, Ic, V. to force from the nostrils. 

"69^, 3c, 3c, V. to grow tall quickly; to shoot up with force. 

91, 3c, 2c, V. to breathe hard upon so as to soften or molify. 

J3a^, 3c, 2c, V. the same a,y 086, 3c. 

C^8c86, 3c, ^c, adv. firmly, w'sS, 3c, also 4c, 4c. 

oBS, 4c, n. *oo, 4c, a deep pla,ce in a body of water, as in the 

bend of a mountain stream where the water is calm. 
oBS, 2o, V. *oo8, 2o, (d^S B.j to call on to witness, used in taking 

an oath; to invoke. 

A\, 2o, 4o, V. to take oath on the sacred writings; (K.) 4o. 

coScfiS^^S, 2o, 3c, 2o, Ic, V. to take a matter to an official. 

co8o'Scx388, So, 3c, 3o, 3c, 4o, v. the same. 

- c58, 2o, Ic, V. to call on nats to notice and bear witness. 

(?i, 2o, Ic, V. to call upon for help, as a god. 

c8oS, 2o, 2o, V. (oBSoS P.j to consult, hold counsel, deliberate 

together. 

c^88, 2o,2o, 2o, 2c, V. the same. 

c88, 4o, n. (c88i^j a country. 

JD]!, 4o, 4c, n. ( O008 B. j the same. 

c88, 4o, 4o, n. the sam. 

dB8^, 4o, 4c, V. letit be, donot touch it, t^f/^oocSSwa?, 5c,4o. 4e. 

c8, 4o, V. *ooS, 4o, ( dB8i B. j to compare together, measure 

together. 
- JD<S, 4o, 4c; c8^, 4o, 3o, v. the same. 
d8Sc88oo8oc8, 4o, 4o, 4o, 4o, adv. with the sound of falling 

timber. 
dSoSdBoS, 3c, 3c, adv. (K.) intensive, used with 008, 4o, and 3cS, 

2o, vide j:>BoqS, 2o, 2o. 
c^oSc^oS, 3c, 3c, adv. in a low indistinct tone, C^, 4c. 

-oooSoooS, 3c, 3c, 3c, 3c, adv. the same. 

dooS, 4c, V. *ooo5, 4c, to pull in two, to separate as a piece of 

bamboo following the fibre. 

"OoS, 4c, 2o, V. to break by pulling apart, as a string. 

cgcSofco?, 4c, Ic, 4c, 4c, V. to feel heartbroken as in parting 

from a child, 
40 



314 d^^SdB^Soo^oo^S 

dBo5.Q6c^, 4c, Ic, Ic, V. to gasp, as at the point of death. 
d8o5, 5c, V. *oooS, 5c, to hold and pull, to pull, draw; to call 

in a prolonged tone. 
it^Stf, 5c, 5c, 5c, V. to draw in the reins, 
cO'>S, 5c, Ic, V. to pull, draw. 

o8, 5c, Im, w. to use a prolonged tone in reading or speaking. 
ao', 5c, 4o, V. to average, make equal. 

oo'cio-aS, 5c, 4o, Ic, Ic, v. the same. 

^C"[d8o5ooi, 5c, 3c, 5c, Ic, v. to fix the eyes upon one, as in 
anger. 

ooS^, 5c, 3o, V. to pull and drag. 

cSoS, 5c, lo, V. to intercalate a month. 

-oS, 5c, 4c, V. to intercalate a day, 

96, 5c, 5o, V. to pull violently. 

G'^, 5c, 5c, V. the same. 

q\6, 5c, 5c, V. to call in a prolonged tone. 

Ja^j '^^ ^' ^- ^ draw out as in making wire; to pull some- 

thing along a thread or similar thing, mde (j^oS. 3c. 
/aaS, 5c, Ic, v. to pull or draw out. 

>3g.S, 5c, 2c, V. to pull out. 
:So5, 4o, V. *oooS, 4o, to utter a noise like the tiger and some 

other animals. 
cnoS, ^c, V. *QO'3^, 2c, to awake as from sleep, (intrans.). 
d8'>S, 2c, V. *oooS, 2c, to be frightened. 
o^ , "Zc, 3o, V. to fly through fright. 
d^-^S, 3c, V. *co'>S, 3c, to be shallow, of little depth. 
c8^, 4c, n. *co'3&, 4c, what is left, a remnant, something over; 

profit in business; race, lineage, applied to the descendants 

of a given generation but not including the members of that 

generation. 
O"*^, 4c, 4c, n. race, lineage. 
5a '^' ^^* ^^ ^" ^^ sam^ as c8^, 4c, 1st def. 
dB'S^, 4c, (idv. permanently, as, dS^oo^] >', 4c, 2c, 3c, 3c. 
c8>Sc8'>S, 4c, 4c, adv. intensive, as, OL)'>'d8'>So8'>S, 2c, 4c, 4c, to 

shake very much. 
oo^oo'>c, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. the aame. 



dJSooi 815 

c8Sc8^, lo, 4o, adv. in a stretched out position, used with 

9CS, 4c. 
d^^, 2o, V. *QO'f, 2o, to scratch, od', 4o, op-aS, 2o; (C. S.)lo; 

(K.) 4o. 
c8^, 4o, V. *oO'S, 4o, to stretch along, as a creeper; to increase. 

augment, vide ccSB, 3o. 
c86', 2c, y. to be diminished in size, more freq. cB6, 2c. 
c86', 3c, V. *ooS, 3c, to stamp, pound with the feet. 

cSdS, 3c, 3o, V, to rush or strike against. 

cScS, 2o, n. a layer or thin piece, as of stone split off, sometimes, 4o. 

c86', 3o, V. vide S<S, 3o. 

c8cS, Ic, V. *od, Ic, to be foolish, not clever. 

CO, Ic, Ic, V. the same. 

c86, 3o, n. *o6, 3o, the flat part of an object or instrument, as 

the blade of a knife, as, c^^cSb, 3o, 5c. 
ooJd, 3o, 2c, n. the flat part of a strip of bamboo. 
c88, Ic, V. *co\, Ic, to shove or thrust aside, make one's way 
through anything, as by pushing against tall grass; to reject 
advice. 

eg, Ic, 4o, V. to reject, thrust aside the words of another. 

oo], Ic, Ic; yS, Ic, Ic, v. the same a* c^o, Ic. 

ooc88co, Ic, 4c, Ic, 2c, V. to push one's way through bushes. 

c88, 4c, V. *oo"[, 4c, to put on, as ornaments; to cover, as witn 

a hat; (C. S.j to use, make use of, as money. 
Xi6, 4c, 4c, V. to put on a hat; to have a halo as the sun or 

moon. 
56"c8'>S, 4c, 4o, Ic, V, to put on sandals. 

ocSc8'>S, 4c, 2o, Ic, V. to put on anklets 

'^S^S, 4c, 3o, 4c, V. to put on ornaments. 
og8<ij^, 4c, 2c, Ic, V. to wear ear rings. 

*^fj|i5 4c, 2c, Ic; ctS, 4c, 2c, v, the same. 

gSo^cS, 4c, 4c, 4o, V. to wear a finger ring. 
8cS, 4c, lo, V. to put on bracelets. 
c68, 5c, n. *oo, 5c, a landing place. 

'g, 5c, 3c, n. a broken-down, ruined landing place. 

001 , 5c, 3c, n. the landing place of a ferry. 



316 cg^^cpooS 

cBS-ac, 5c, 5c, n. the same. 

88, 5c, 4o, n. the landing place of boats. 

88oc8ccSd'J', 5c, 4<o, 4o, 4c, n. a wharf for ships. 

dB3, So, V. used in composition, vide yoS^ciCob, 4!ni, 3c, 3o. 

c88, 4o, n. things, property, goods, ^8, Ic. 

c88, 5o, v. *oo, 5c, to touch, come in contac 

j:)'S"oo^, 5o, Ic, 3c, Ic, v. the same. 

o^oo^-0'>8, 5o, Ic, 2c, Ic, V. the sam^. 

r8c88c^9, 5o, Ic, 5o, 4c, v. to make an impression on the 

mind. 

co^, 5o, 3c, V. to touch with violence, hit with force. 
ooiB, 5o,2c, V. to hit, come in contact, strike against. 

coSodSc(S8'>S, 5o, 3c, 2c, 4c, 3o, v. to have criminal inter- 
course with another's wife. 

q5, do, 2o, v. to wound by a slight cut accidentally. 

2:5, 5o, 3o, V. to hit, come in contact accidentally. 
oo5, 5o, 2o, V. the same as c86o5, 5o, 2o. 

<:88. 5o, V. (K. and C. S.) to stamp with the feet, vide c8tS, 3c. 
CO, 5c, V. *o8, 5c, (co B.) to have the muscles of the limbs con 

tracted through weakness or fatigue; or to move as if thus 

contracted . 
CoS, 2c, n. *cBS, 2o, a strip of bamboo, made by splitting, and 

dividing flatwise and used in thatching, making mats, &c 

a withe. 

::098, 2c, lo, n. a strip of bamboo used for weaving, as baskets 

or mats. 

SS'Ols, 2c, 4o, 4c, n. a strip of bamboo used in thatching. 
cB8, 2c, Ic, n. a withe of the outer layer of bamboo. 

^B, 2c, 2o, n. a withe of the inner layer of bamboo. 

^cS, 2c, 5c, n. withes of bamboo used for tying. 
:o', 2c, 3c, n. small slender withes of bamboo. 

ego, 2c, n. a tree, used as a couplet with ', 5c, as, op^cg^o^'^c 

ogS, So, 5c, So, 2c. 
ooJd, 2c, V. *c8B, 2o, to beat or drive in, ram down; to fasten, 

as by nailing. 

B.-;3oo5, 2c, lo, 3o, V. to drive out the heart of the cork tree. 



ogScoS 817 

oo^oo^, 2c, 80, V. to insert a flat circular charm in the flesh. 

cotS, 2c, 4c, . to suspend or fasten, as a board to the side of 

a house. 
- 00, 2c, 3c, V. to stamp, to stamp a seal. 
- 0^, .2c, 2c, V. the same as CO.S, 2c, 1st def. 
ooS, 2c, 3o, V. vide og.S^:poo8, 2c, lo, 3o. 
- oo'^SoS^, 2c, 4c, 3c, V. to stamp. 

- 00', 2c, 4c, V. to drive pegs in a tree to be used as a ladder. 
dS, 2c, lo, V. to drive in a wedge in order to make tight or to 

split. 
-JCtf^S, 2c, 5c, 4c, V. to express oil by the use of wedges. 
- '>coo', 2c, Ic, 4c, V. to ram down powder in a wooden tube. 
c8^, 2c, 4m, V. to drive a nail. 
cSSo'-^^jt, 2c, 4m, 2o, 4c, v. the same. 
00^, 2c, V. to ascend or descend perpendicularly. 
- "S^S, 2c, 3c, V. to make a steep ascent. 
oo^(^8, 2c, Ic, adv. directly upwards, with ooS, 5c. 
ooS, 3c, V. *c8^, 3o, to touch with more or less violence, sometimes 

og5, 3c, stronger than c88, 5o; to impinge as the sun's 

ravs. 

oooS, 3c, 3o, V. the sam^', to thrust at with harsh words, to 

speak harshly to. 

06, 3c, Ic, V. to push, shove, impel. 

coS, 4c, V. *c8-S, 4o, to knock, rap. 

oS, 4c, 2c, V. the same. 

00.S, 4c, 4c, adv. with a rapping sound. 

- coScBScBS, 4c, 4c, 4o, 4o, adv. the s'ame. 

00,8^^, 4c, 4c, adv. intensive, used with '^qS, 4c. 

coSjdB, 4c, 4c, n. a rise of land; an elevation, oo^oO^co'. 4c, 

4c, Ic. 

co^^^, 4c, 4c, 4o, 4o, adv. with an uneven surface, with hillocks. 

cgBcoo^, 4c, 3c, n. (K. ) vide ooSscS, 5c, 5o. 

oo8c3, 5c, 5o, n. vide oo^coS, 5c, 5o. 

og^CoS, 5c, 5o, V. to disagree, be at variance; to be unduly familiar. 

ooScoS, 5c, 5o, n. ' cooooSc^ B. \ the large spotted lizard, also 

og.S^, 5c, 5o. 



318 cg8c^8 

OgS, Ic, n. *c86, lo, a leaf; a leaf as an article of use, as a wrapper, 
o6'w^<;^, Ic, 2o, 2o, 5c, n. the fibre of the sheath of the betel 
tree used in making cigars. 

P'^, Ic, 3o, n. a plantain leaf. 
-oSuS, Ic, 3c, 2o, n. corn husks. 

c8S, Icjlc, n. the leaf of a species of maranta, the thalia cannos- 
J'ormis. 

co^w^S, Ic, Ic, Ic, n. the leaf used for rolling up cigars. 

ci)53S, Ic, 4c, Be, n. the leaf of the clerodendron. 

Oo^85c8S. Ic, 4c, 3c, lo, n. the leaf of the scarlet clerodendron, 

vide cSdSSS, 4c, 3c. 

- oijS, Ic, 2o, n. the leaf of the wild plantain tree. 

ooS, Ic, V, (K.) vide c^cS, 5o. 

coS, Ic, V. *c8S, lo, to dig horizontally. 

"^oS, Ic, 4c, V. the same. 

ooo-aci, Ic, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. to dig out secreted treasure, as fronj 
an idol or pagoda. 

ogScgS, Ic, Ic, adv. very light, used with 8, Ic. 

OgS, 2c, n. *c86, 2o, four rupees; one twenty-fifth of a viss. 

Cg8, 2c, V. *c88, 2o, to be round, bulging, as the cheeks of a 
fat person; to hang out, project as from swelling. 

JsS, 2c, 3o, n. vide ogSSo8, 2c, 2o, 3o. 

[, 2c, Ic, n. the under side of the leg between the knee and 
thigh. 

c^o, 2c, 2o, V. to be pendent hang down. 

og'cx^o, 2c,3c, 3o, n. the ornamental strip attached to a wom- 
an's jacket. 

"^jS, 2c, 3c, n. the bend under the knee. 

wJSy^S, 2c, 2o, 3o, n. the flesh of the calf of the leg, the calf 

of the leg. 

Jj, 2c, Ic, n. an ear ornament. 

OgSoj^, 2c, 2c, n. (coooSo^B.) a Taungthu. 

ogSoo], 2c, 2c, V. to gather, put away for use. 

ogSc^cp, 2c, 4o, n. (coooScgi B.) a staff, walking stick. 

OgSco], 2c, 3c, n. a race in the southwest part of the Shan country. 

ogSc^O, 2c, 4o, n. a race among the southwestern Shan mountains. 



cgS^cp 319 

ogS(^cp, 2c, 4o, n. (coodScoi B.) a staff, walking stick. 

cgSjsg, 2c, 2c, n. (coodS^B.J Toungoo. 

Cg6, 3c, V. *c8S, 3o, to pound with a pestle, to chisel; to carve, 

engrave, "0,S, 4c; to strike as the rays of the sun; (K.)4c, 

(C. S.) Ic. 
ooS, 3c, 4c, V. to strike, as the wind. 
<sS, 3c, 2c, V. to carve in wood. 
co'g^, 3c, 4o, 2c, V. the same. 
<pSi3'>^, 3c, 3o, 4o, V. to sculpture or carve the human form. 

yS, 8c, 2c, V. to strike a bell with the end of a stick. 

VcS, 3c, 4m, V. to carve, engrave. 

coS, 3c, V. *c8S, 3o, to water, pour water upon. 

-so, 3c, 5c; (j^^oS, 3c, 4o, v. the same. 

ogSc, 3c, Ic, V. to hurt the feelings of a person. 

coSojScS^, 3c, Ic, 3c, adv. witJi clear tone and intelligent man- 
ner, used with ooo5, 4c. 

oO'Soo. 3c, lo, V. to request the opinion of another, inquire 
investigate. 

ogS, 4c, n. *c88, 4o, used in composition. 

DDQ^, 4c, 5c, 3o, n. tinsel. 

coS, 4c, lo, n. copper. 

c8, 4c, lo, n. brass. 

cgS, 4c, V. *c8, 4o, to note in the memory, to recollect. 
cooS, 4c, 3o, V. to remember a preceding existence. 
o5, 4c, 3o, V. the same ascoS, 4c. 

c^<5, 4c, 4c, V. to recall, recognize again, as a person forgotten; 
to have a failing memory, 

o', 4c, 6c, V. the same as ooS, 4c. 

/3QO, 4c, Ic, V. to remember, to keep in mind. 

cgSo^, 4c, 2o, V. (coooSgo^ B.) to crave, beg, intreat. 

<3gSco^, 4c, 4o, n. a tray, vide cS^, lo. 

OgS, 6c, n. *c8S, 5o, the belly, abdomen, bowels. 

jd6'.^. 5c, 5c, 3c, V. to be full, distended, swollen at the bowels. 

JDCgSc^S, 5c, 5c, 5c, 3c, v. to have eaten too much and have 

distended bowels. 
^c^, 6c, 4o, V. to have pain in the stomach. 



320 cgc^o5og5ooo5 

opSoi, 5c. 2c, V. to have the diarrhoea. 

.S, 5c, 3c, V. to be distended, swollen as the stomach or bowels ^ 

'9'>S, 5c, 5o, V, to have a rising in the stomach. 

"O'jScoS'O'sS, 5c, 5o, 5c, 5c, v. the same. 

"o<S, 5c, 40, V. to have the dysentery. 

"^Tj-S, 5c, 3c, V. to have no motion of the bowels, to be constipated. 

c8t9, 5c, 4m, V. to have pain in the stomach, bowels or uterus. 

CcS, 5c, 4o, V. to have a heavy, grinding pain in the bowels. 

oooS, 5c, 5c, V. to be fiill in the stomach. 

oooSooScSS, 5c, 5c, 5c, 3c, v. the same. 

OCK>S, 5c, 2o, V. to have a swelled abdomen. 

. coS, 5c, 2o, V. to have a dull grinding pain in the bowels or 

in the chest; to have pleurisy. 
coS^cu, 5c, 4o,4c, n. the steep side of a ridge of earth which 

separates the compartments of a paddy field. 

c^, 5c, Im, V. the same as ooSoooS, 5c, 5c. 

C3Dg6, 5c, 2o, v. to have movements of the bowels cease. 

ooo6<aB, 5c, 3o, 3o, v. to be subject to chronic diarrhoea. 

oOiS, 5c, 2c, V. to have diarrhoea. 

acS, 5c, 2c, V. to have a species of dysentery. 

ao*, 5c, 5c, n. the lower part of the abdomen, the pelvis. 

QB, 5c, 5c, V. (3oS B.) to be constipated. 

. oS, 5c, 2c, V. to evacuate the intestines without digesting food, 

ooSdOl, 5c, 2c; it may imply a previous state of constipation 

of the bowels. 
o8, 5c, 4c, V. vide ccS^, 5c, 3c. 
-coil, 5c, 5c, V. (c<25 B.) to be slightly loose in the bowels. 

cS-jS, 5c. 5c, V. to have a rising in the stomach. 

u'^oS, 5c, 3c, 3c, V. to be hungry. 

'oo'o8o5, 5c, 3c, 3c, 2o, v. the same. 

u'ooScdoS, 5c, 3c, 5c, 2o, v. the same. 

w'-ic, 5c, 3c, 5c, V. to be thirsty. 

^Q^, 5c, 4c, V. to have the sound of wind in the bowels. 

00 >c, 5c, 4o, V. to have a big belly which hangs down. 

-coco, 5c, 4c, z^. to cease having diarrhoea. 

c8o5oc5ooo5, oc, 4c, 5c, 2o, v. the same. 



og'sScgaS 321 

C3o8c8, 5c, Ic, V. to be regular in the evacuation of the intestines. 

CO, 5c, 5c, V. vide oofoooSo)^, 5c, 3o, 3o. 

o^6, 5c, So, V. vide cojg'[, 5c, 2c. 

c8o5, 5c, 3o, V. to have flatulent diarrhoea; to have the sound 

of wind moving in the bowels with a desire to vomit. 
- ^Cd', 5c, 3c, v. to have constant diarrhoea after childbirth. 
CO, 3c, 2c, V. vide ooS.^s88, 5c, 3c. 
JJaS, 5c, 5c, v. to be hungry; to have the sound of wind moving 

in the bowels. 
SJ^^j 5c, 5c, v. to be hungry. 
.^88, 5c, 3c, V. to have the bowels in a restless, disordered 

state, attended with more or less pain. 
CJtS, 5c, 2o, V. to have the bowels easily effected by a change 

of food. 
coo5, 2c, V. *c8o5, 2o, to strike, as a serpent in biting. 
QOoS, 2c, V. *c6o5, 2o, to beat, as the heart. 
cooS, 3c, V. *c8o5, 3o, to cast down, to put down into, cast into, 

as water into a hole or bottle, cooS'SC, 3c, 5c. 
CO, 3c, 2c; c^, 3c, 2c; ooS, 3c, 4o, v. the same. 
ogo^c8Soo, 3c, 2c, 5c, n. ( g^o6 P. ) the body, op6, Ic. 
ooo5c8o5, 3c, 3o. adv. with constant repetition, used with coo5, 3o. 
oooSoooS, 3c, 3c, adv, with rather abrupt or broken tones, 

6^, 4c. 
ooo5ooo5, 3c, 3c, adv. slightly, applied to the warmth of anything. 

c8o5c8o6, 3c, 3c, 3o, 3o, adv. the same. 

oooS, 4c, V. *c8o5, 4o, to be short, not long, oo5, 4c. 
oooS'^^oS, 4c ,4c, adv. with a handsome form, -s^, 2c. 
009S, Ic, V. *c8'aS, lo, to geld, castrate; to break off the head 

of a plant. 
08s, Ic, 3m, V. to castrate perfectly. 
^00], Ic, 3c, V. to break off the head of a tobacco plant in 

order to make the leaves fill out. 
^, Ic, Ic, V. to geld, castrate. 
- -^cS, Ic, 2c, Ic, V. to castrate imperfectly. 
og-j^cg-jS, Ic, 4c, adv. fully, completely; quiet, stationary, (b.j, 

Q^, Ic. 
41 



822 og^ 

oo^S, 2c, n. *c8>c, 2o, a bamboo rat. 

CO98, 3c, c. *c8S, So, to pay a visit oi respect or welcome to 

a new comer, or one who has been long absent; to put one's 

self in the way of receiving a present gratuitously. 
fSj 3c, 5c, V. the same. 
cg^S, 8c, V. *c8^. So, to be short, not long; to be temporary; 

n. a short piece, division, OoS, 4tc. 
OOj^oOl, 8c, 8c, Ic, V. to take a medicine which at first produces 

a good effect and afterward proves useless. 
00 aS, 4c, V. '0898, 4o, to bear a greater proportion, exceed, 

o8, lo. 
ojS, 5c, adv. ever, with m, 2c, never. 
og(S, 2c, V. *c8<S, 2o, to do again in return, either good or evil, 

more particularly evil; to retaliate; to treat with disrespect 

or insolence. 

c, 2c, So, V. the same as oocScSS, 2c, Im. 
li, 2c, 4o, V. to reply; to talk back insolently. 

Y*^' ^ ^' ^- ^ ^ again in return, retaliate. 

coS. 2c, 80, V. the sam as pg(5, 2c, 1st def. 

c6, 2c, 4o, V. the sam,e. 

cBS, 2c, Im, V. to reply insolently, to dispute. 

30oS, 2c, 80, V. to reply. 
01, 2c, 8c, V. the same. 

aoi*, 8c, V. to hinder, to put up a barrier; to cover up, as the 

mouth with the hand. 
j8|8, 8c, Ic, 4c, n. the board which protects the gable edges 

of a roof. 
JOopS, Sc, Ic, lo, n. a board protecting the ends of the floor 

beams exposed to the weather. 
0O(S, 4c, V. *c86*, 4o, to turn or curve back, as the ears of a 

horse; to curve, as the rounded roof of a house. 
56, 4c, lo, V. to curve the tail under, as a frightened dog. 

^, 4c, Ic, V. the same as ogiS, 4c. 

0O(Soo(S, 5c, 5c, adv. with a cracking or craxikling sound. 

coiSco^J, 5c, 5c, 5o, 5o, adv. the same. 

cod, x/idt 06. 



ogc^ 328 

S^S, 5c, 3c, 7'. (c8o5P.) to be begotten in a natural manner, 
opposed to cB^S, 5c, 3c, also written opcp^^, 5c, 3c. 

og', Ic, V. *<?C35, lo, to pilfer, take clandestinely, c88. 2o 

co*0% Ic, 4c, adv. a light gray, used with c^-^S, 2o, of a very 
light color. 

QO*, He, V. *co6, 2o, to knock, rap; to peck a flint, to beat out 
flat, as a metal, Sep, 2m, 

C^9CS, 2c, 4c, 4o, V. to telegraph. 

c8^c8^, 2c, So, 4m, v. the same. 

<xS, 2c, 3c, V. to strike, rap. 

OoScw^, 2c, Ic, 4c, V. to produce sound by striking, as a bell. 
y', 2c, 3c, V. to knock the clods of a ploughed field in order 

to fit the land for planting. 
00*, 2c, n. a creej)er the leaf of which is used for chewing instead 

of the betel leaf, 
eg', 3c, V. to hang down, to be pendent, used with cgS, 2c, vidt 

ClgScg^ 2c, 3c. 
oo', 4c, n. (000^8 B.) a volume; a. aux. for books. 
0, 4c, Ic, n. an original volume; the first of a series of book'^ 
00', 4c, -v. *coS, 4o, to assist in walking, by holding up or stead} - 

ing a person, 
cg^, 4c, V. (K.) to look, vide oocS, 4o. 
eg', 4c, V. *co5, 4o, ((^ B.^ to connect with, or hang on, a string, 

to string; n. a cluster, a string of something; a matter, an 

affair, 
oo'oo*, 4c, 4c, adv. still, used with verbs denoting warmth, as, r^T^ 

oo'co', 2c, 4c, 4c, to be still warm. 
00, Ic, V. *c8, lo, to assemble, crowd together, collect, used of 

animals; to swarm about, as insects. 

"oSog"!, Ic, 2c, Ic, Ic, V. to gather the legs together, whei; 

sitting. 

CO, Ic, 5c, V. the same as og, Ic. 

00, Ic, Ic; ^, Ic, 2c, V. the same. 

0006Qgo.S, Ic, 4o, Ic, 2o, V. to disregard the words of another; 

to be disobedient. 
ogcS, Ic, 2o, n. (C. S.^ the common house lizard, vide c^^^, 5o, 4o, 



32^! cg^oo*og5uS 

og. 2c, n. *c8, 2o, a large wicker basket used for storing paddy; 

(C. S.) Ic; (K.) 4-0. 
c^. 2c. a. aux. for a drop, as, scogi^, 5c, 2c, 3c, a drop of water. 
ooog/ag^. '?'*, 2c, 2c, adv. very small for one's age, as a child, 
og. 3c, t;. *o6. >) to try to walk, as a child learning to walk; 

to walk, joLirney leisurely. 

X)S, 3c, 4o, V. to walk along a road; to walk. 
00. 3c, n. the neck. 

C"Q?, 3c, 4c, n. the same. 

<5g|Cj, 2c, 5c, n. (glc| P.) a hole, aperture, (b.). 

^8o|, 2c, 5c, ^c, 4c, n. ^ nSsdls P.) the nine aper- 
tures of the body, viz., the two eyes, two ears, the nostrils, 
the mouth, anus and the aperture of the urethra, c5b.Sooo8 
ooS, 4c, Ic, 3c, 4o. 

ooii, 4c, V. to be unable to walk for some resison, oo|gooSoob", 4c' 
4o, 5c. 

Q]s, 4c, n. (cooni B.) law, used in both a general and a specific 
sense; a principle or rule; right, justice. 

(oBjdoo.8, 5c, 5c, 3c, n. (QooapoSP.) a mixture of w^cSo^g, 2o, 
5c, 3c, black pepper, w^cSoS-^S, 2o, 5c, 4o, cubeb, and SS, 
Ic, ginger. 

opB, 3o, V. *c8^, 3c, (^oooSB.) tocount, enumerate; to calculate, 
reckon; to cipher; to shirk duty. 

i:)QC^, 3o, 5c, 4o, V. to work out examples in arithmetic. 

^ogSo88, 3o, 3c, 3o, 3m, v. to shirk work. 

^6* /)>?, 3o, 4o, Ic, V. to accord, as two accounts on being 

compared. 

c, 3o, Ic, V. to compute mentally, without using written figures. 

ooS, 3o, 4o, V. to do mental arithmetic. 

i^S, 3o, 5c, V. to count, calculate, sum up. 
"^S, 3o, 3c, V. to shirk work. 

^^(SooS, 3o, 2c, 2o, V. CceoScooSB.j to make astrological cal- 
culations, aho coc6'ooS, Ic, 2c, 2o. 

-Scpo>S, 3o, 3o, Ic, V. vide o^B^Sj:>'3^, 3o, 4o, Ic. 

co^op.8u, 3o, 3c, 3o, 4o, v. to be unwilling to do something 
on account of another's delinquency or inabilit\ , ^5, 3c. 



cScJg^' 326 

CO 8/30^, 3o, 2o, V. count, calculate, sum up. 

opS, 2o, <y. (coS B.) to do quickly; to be performed expeditiously, 

cgS, 4o, n. (oOQoSi B. j inside; prep, within, inside. 

ops, 4o, V. to shine, used with ^g)8, 5c, 2c. 

cpSco, 4o, 5c, n a sore on the foot. 

c8, Ic, n. *cS, Ic, an induration or callous caused by friction of 

the skin. 
cS, Ic, n. *dB, Ic, sediment, dregs, vide 6, 3c. 
c8, 3c, n. *c^, 3c, the under part, space beneath; the south; prep. 

under, beneath; adv. under, below. 

001, 3c, Ic, adv. in one's presence, under one's eye. 

89^0828, 3c, Ic, 3c, 4c, adv. the same. 

oS-^SS-^SS, 3c, 3c, lo, lo, adv. in a doubtful, evasive way. 

38, 3c, 4c, adv. the same as c8 jq]^, 3c, Ic. 
CO 8, 3c, 3o, n. the ground beneath the house. 

- (jj^cgoo|, 3c, Ic, 3c, Ic, adv. the same as c8oo|, 3c, Ic. 
c, 4c, v. *c8, 4c, to trust in, hope for benefit from. 

^8, 4c, 4o; 008, 4c, 2o; gS, 4c, 4c, v. the sam. 
c8, 4c, v. *c8, 4c, to procrastinate, be dilatory, vide ^S,5o. 
c8, 4c, n. (K.) a spindleful of thread, vide '3^, 4c. 

c, \xa, V. *o6, lo, to be full, filled; to be abundant. 

o^oS, Im, 2o, r. to be full and heaped up. 

cS, 1 m, ] m, adv. completely full, applied to measures of capu;ity, 

of time, &c. 
8^, Im, 4c, adv. completely full, applied to space. 
j">^, Ini, 4c, adv. the sam^, (^)' 
c6, lo, n. *c6, lo, a wedge or peg driven in to make tight or to 

split; a punch, a bodkin, c6, Ic. 
cS, 2o, V. *o6, 2o, to be low, lowly, the opposite of C08, Ic. 
- o^, 2o, 4c, V. to be low, short in stature 
c8, 3o, V. *o6, 3o, to write, delineate, paint. 

-o, 3o, 4c, V. to transcribe, copy. 

^8g^, 3o, 3c, 2c, V. to draw or paint pictures. 

cooS, 3o, 3o, V. to paint pictures. 

coj^', 3o,4c,4c, V. to learn to write from a copy; to write on 

ruled paper. 



326 co5<^5 

cocg'sS, So, 5c, V. to abbreviate, as two words written as one, e. 

ff. 2C*S, for ^cS^c*, 2c, Ic. 
opoco^<^'>c, 8o, Ic, 3c, 4o, v. to write in a handsome round 

hand. 
-3000], So, 5c, Sc, V. to paint. 
-w'o', So, lo, 5c, V. to put on record, to describe in writing so 

as to be able to recall. 

c8, So, 3c, V. to write. 

c8^'co', So, 3c, lo, 4o, V. to contract with a bond. 
^5, So, So, V. to draw a picture. 

00 

The eighth letter of the Shan Alphabet and the second Consonant 
in the class of dentals. 

00, 5c, V. *c8, 5c, ( 00 B. ) to threaten angrily, defy; to rise; to 
grow up, to spring or grow up quickly as plants, disease, 
wind and waves, vide oo, 5c. 

c8oo'>88, 5c, Sc, 5c, lo, V. to threaten angrily in all directions. 

o6ooco'[, 5c, 5c, 5c, 2c, v. to scold in a threatening manner. 

^Soojj^S, 5c,So, 5c, Ic, V. to threaten angrily without a cause. 

^o^, 5c, 4c, V. the same as 00, 5c. 

00, 2o, V. *c8^, 2c, to hew; to paw as a pony. 

-oo-^c, 2o, So, t;. the same as 2nd def. 

c8<S, 2o, So, V. to hew smooth. 

oo, So, V. to go out of the priesthood, vide coo, 3o. 

coS, Ic, t;. *c8S, Ic, to remain a long time; to sojourn; to make 
a long visit. 

5'>S, Ic, Ic, y. to be a long time in eating. 

"^8, Ic, 2c, V. the same as CoS, Ic. 

S. Ic, 5c, V. to watch for a long time; to wait for the accom- 
plishment of something. 

oo6 2c, V. *co8, 2c, to cause to come out with force, as water 
from an aperture, or mucus from the nose, also v. i. to 
come out. 

"S^-S, 2c, 3c, 3c, V, to blow the nose. 



ooSc^ooSc^y 327 

coS^aS, 2c, 3c, V. to ascend with force. 

JSg-S, 2c, 2c, V. the same as CX)S, 2c. 

Oo, lo, n, *c8S, Ic, an artificial hole in the giound, a pit; an 
apartment under ground, a cellar; a depository; a nest of 
ants. 

"^cp, lo, 3o, n. an excavation in which to cover plantains for 

the purpose of ripening them. 
8, lo, 3c, n. an underground granary. 
'3. lo, 3c, n. a place where ordure is deposited. 

00^, lo, 2c, n. a nest of hornets, 
k^K, lo, 2o, n. a white ant's nest. 

cSd*, lo, 4c, n. a low, sheltered place for a fire. 

8S'>S, lo, 4o, 4c, n, a nest of a kind of edible ants. 

y;8>o^, lo, 2c, 3c, n, the nest of the scarab beetle. 

OoS, lo, . *c8S, Ic, to cut away, destroy, as grass or a hill; to 

cut down. 
CX)5, 2o, n. *c88, 2c, stocks for confinement, c8^, 3c. 
-^'cx^j, 2o, 4c, 3c, n. a machine for chopping tobacco leaves 

fine. 
cS^S, 2o, 3m, ra. the bed of a lathe. 
ooS, %o,v. *d88,2c, (coSB.j to think. 

cSoo8o88, 2o,3c,2o,lo, V. to be uncertain about a thing, doubt- 

ful, suspicious. 
c85, 2o, lo, V. the same as cx)S, 2o. 
oBoS, 2o, 4c, V. to misapprehend, mistake. 

OoS, 2o, V. *c85, 2c, (ooS B.) to appear, be visible, conspicuous. 
oo|8, 2o, 4c, V. ( 08 B.) the same. 

io^, 2o, 2c, V, ( ioTB.J the same. 

OoS, 2o, adv. without hindrance, that is, according to one's own 

mind. 
/DOGS'', 2o, 5c, 2o, lo, V. to be free to trade. 

joC|, 2o, 6c, 5c, V. (ooog6ooc| B.) to be unhindered, unmindful of 

consequences, unmolested, somtimS O08001, 2o, 2c. 

-gjCcSo', 2o, 2c, 2o, Ic, V. to be free to trade without hindrance. 
c8oo8cY, 2o, Ic, 2o, 4c, v. to be in the condition to act with- 
out hindrance, according to one's own mind. 



328 oooSco9$ 

oo8c6oi, 2o, Ic, 3c, "o. the same as ooSjoq, 2o, 5c, 5c. 

CX)], 2o, 2c; 5^8, 2o, 3o, sy. ^A<3 *awje. 

y8^|ooySo', 2o, 3o, 2c, 2o, 3o, Ic, z^. ^A same as ooS-g^c^S 
o', 2o, 2c, 2o, Ic. 

/aQSc^Oj, 2o, Ic, Ic, 3c, adv. to do according to one's mind. 

oo8oo8c88c88, 3o, 3o, 3c, 3c, adv. resonantly, as metal when 
struck . 

cdSooS, 3o, 3o, adv. exceedingly, in a derisive sense, as, 8ooSooS 
^c8c8S, Ic, 3o, 3o, 2c, 4c, very light, as lead. 

oooS, 4c, V. *c8oS, 4c, to separate one part from another; to 
strain anything, as water, vide c8o5, 4o, to sift. 

'|, 4c, Ic, V. to purify from dross, refine. 

'', 4c, 5c, V. to strain, filter water. 

8o5, 4c, 3o, V, to separate from, take off, as dust from the 
surface of a liquid. 

cp8, 4c, Ic, V. to comb out the parasites from one's hair. 

oooS, 2o, V. *c8o5, 2c, to cease, stop, leave off. 

Bo5, 2o, 4c, V. to stop, leave off. 

c^oS, 2o, 3o, V. the same as cocS, 2o. 

cScp, 2o, Im, V. the same; to cease and be quiet. 

'C^oS, 2o, 4c, V. to cease, stop, as diarrhoea. 

cx>o5, 3o, n. *c8o5, 3c. (oocS B.) an element, one of the primary or 
constituent parts of anything whether material or immate- 
rial; one of the four principal elements, cxsoScQ^S, 3o, Ic, 
earth; OOoSoc, 3o, 5c, water; oooScSo', 3o, 4c, fire; oooSco, 
3o, 4o, air; an essential attribute, quality. 

^, 3o, 4c, V. ( 0^8 B.) to be communicated, as some quality 

from one thing to another. 

"^["S, 3o, 3c, V. ( ^1^ ^0 ^ ^Sive the bowels inactive, be 

constipated. 

cool", ^^' ^^' ^' ( Oo5B.) relics of a Buddh's body. 

coo^;^cpffoo^, 3o, 2c, 2o, 2c, n. the same. 

Op, 3o,5c, V. to have the visceral functions impaired or destroyed. 

oooS, 4o, V. *c8oS,4c, to fly out, be tossed from its place with 
force. 

cxD-^S, 4o, Ic, V. the same. 



oo8 329 

cooS, Ic, n. a way, as, od'oo^Sco'ooS, lo, Ic, lo, 4o, how many 

ways? (b.); a kind; a storey. 
"^8, lc,lo, n. an upper storey; a higher grade ot existence, (b.). 
009S, 3c, V. to be enough, sufficient, equal to. 

so?, 3c, 4c, V. to be enough; adv. as much as, until, till, even, 

even as, so that. 
- soycooS, 3c, 4c, 2c, adv. throughout. 

co^cooS, 3c, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

oo-^S, 3c, adv. (C.S.and K.) there, vide -^c^S, 3c. 
00^, lo, n. *c8'>S, Ic, ^oo^B.)the sugar palm. 
00^, lo, 71. (^K.) a web, bale of cloth, vide ^8, 5c. 
cai, 2o, 71. *c8^, 2c, a coal, charcoal, sometimes 2c. 
cfc', 2o, 4c, n. live coals. 

cSd'o'jd (&>[, 2o, 4c, 3c, 2c, 2c, w. (C. S.j mineral coal. 
, 2o, 3c, n. a dead coal, charcoal. 

Sj5c5o|, 2o, 3c, 2c, 2c, n. mineral coal. 

co'sSjdSS, 2o, 5c, 4o, v. rgoEooScirSgag P.) to accord in pronuncia- 
tion with a strict orthography. 
00>S, 3o, v. the same as OO'^S, 3c, sometimes 2o. 

'^c^, 3o, 5c, adv. so much, so much as that. 

^c', 3o, 5c, adv. this much. 
cS, 3o, Ic, adv. how much? 

0Q'>8, 3o, n. *c8'8, 3c, a stable floor, a stable, (J^jS, 5o. 

, 3o, 5c, n. the same. 

cc^, 5c, 5c, n. a Danoo, vide waSoo'^c, 3o, 5c, 5c. 

ooc-^ci, 5c, 5c, n. the same as oooci, 5c, 5c. 

ootScotS, 2o, 2o, 71. the cartilage, gristle, unedible parts of meat. 

006', 3o, v. *c8(S, 3c, (cocSB.) to place one on another, to add to, 

to repeat; 71. a layer. 
?o, 3o, 4c, V. to pay boot. 
^"^j ^Oj 5c, V. the same. 

c8S, 3o, 3o, V. to add to fin layers]. 

GDIS', vide CO. 

ooijS, 5c, lo, ?i. a Shan official having charge of a small district 
coS, Ic, n. *c88, Ic, reins. 

cc8, 2c, V. *c88, 2c, to come or go in large numbers and continuously. 
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330 00 

CDOu^S, 2c, 3c, V. to assemble in large numbers. 

coo, 3c, V. *cBo, 3c, to be old, aged; also used of a young per- 
son when married; to be married. 

yD6*oo8jD, 3c, 5o, 3c, 3c, v. to be married. 

<5, 3c, 2o, V. tJie same as cxdO, 3c. 

SoDaS, 3c, Ic, 4o, V. to be very wrinkled with age. 

>cS(jf^'>c5j^, 3c, Ic, 2c, Ic, 4c, V. the same. 

co*co'c^.8co.S, 3c. lo, lo, 2c, 2c, v. to be aged and without 

friends. 

5i^S& ' ^^' ^^' ^'^' ^' ^ ^^ ^^^ ^"^ gray-haired. 
j8j|^i5j8oO[, 3c, Ic, 2c, Ic, 4c, V. the same. 

^^^' ^^j "ic, Ic, V. to be married. 

00, 2c, n. vide yoo, 5c, 2c. 

0&C9C1, 2c, 5c, 2c, V. (goosdP. ) to put into, enshrine; n. a 

shrine. 
o6. 2c, 5c, n. (ogP.) law, tnde @|t, 4c. 
9'Soo|, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c. n. (aSO P.) a section or verse of the 

Buddhist scriptures. 
-co|cS, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. xnde co|cB, 2c, 2c. 
-ojoS, 2c, 5c, 3o, n. ( oooS P.) a code of law, statute law. 

-OD<i>S, 2c, 5c, 5c, 2o, n. ( ^ooodS P.] an assembly con- 



vened for religious purposes. 
^00 oc, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. ( ODo^ P. ) the act of 

listening to- preaching. 

-00|8, 2c, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. ( oodS P.) the lord of law. 

-oo"!, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. ( ODO P. ) the established order or 

nature of tilings, oOttoOj^S (-^^^j^ 2c, 5c, 2c, lo, (4'0,). 

^00|Qj8, 2c, 5c, 2c, 4c, n. ( -ooooocps P.^ the same. 

oo'[8, 2c, 5c, 2c, lo, n. the same, used with .O^S, 4o. 

^OOoSoo'JC, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. ( cxdoo^ P.) immaterial 

objects thought upon. 

^"^l"^!, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. ( Gpo^o P.) the lord of law. 

oo. 3c, n. *cS, 3c, a cave, natural or artificial. 

00, 4c, n. *(dS, 4c, a book, a writing; trap, a religious duty, 

o8^, Ic. 
00, lo, V. *oo, lo. to ask, inquire. 



d83oS 331 

06006*06^, lo, 4)0, lo, 4to, V. to inquire orally about anything. 

opcS* lo ^lO, i;. to inquire, investigate. 

(?|, lo, Ic, V. the same. 

06, 4)0, V. *dS, 4c, (cxx^s B.) to do government service; to pay tax. 

-O'sScoSjD'aS'oaS, 4o, lo, 3c, lo, Ic, v. the same. 

"9^) 4o, 2c, V. to pay tribute, or taxes to an official. 
96*, 4o^ 2o, V. to do government service, 

/no, 4o, 5c, 5c, t;. the same. 

(X>y^\i, 4o, 4c, n. (cx)(S0008 B.) the subjects of a ruler, .O'^So'^S 
jD^SS, 4o, 3o, 4o, 4!0. 

CX)i, Ic, V. *c8, Ic, to shave, vide y^'>^> lo. 

cc\(X)], Ic, 4c, adv. to a great extent, "o5oo|([, 2o, Ic, 4c. 

001, 2c, 11. a time; oopj, 2c, 3c, one time. 

00'['>c, 2c, 5c, n. fco^B.) a place. 

co|'2^, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. the same. 

ooio^c^, 2c, 5c, 2c, V. vide o6oc|, 2c, 5c, 2c. 

OOlOcScS, 2c, 5c, 2m, adv. perpetually, continually, contraction 
of i3^c8cS<X)i o^, 5c, 2m, 2c, 5c, 5c. 

ooiocj, 2c, 5c, 5c, a. (ooooejP.) permanent, eternal. 

-[cE|, 2c, 5c, 5c, 4c, n. the eternal God. 

00\, 3c, V. *c8, 3c, to delay, tarry; to wait for. 

JO'^, 3c, 4c, V. the same, sometimes 3c, 2c, 

S, 3c, 5c, i;. to watch for. 

CO-O^, 3c, 4c, 4c, and 2c, v, the same as CX3|, 3c. 

c8, 5c, V. *CD, 5c, to come in contact, to touch, hit. 

-^S, 5c, 3o, V. the same. 

c8^, 3c, n. *coS, 3c, stocks for confinement. 

008, 3c, 2o, 71, the same. 

cQSoD'?^, 3c, 2o, V. (830^ P.) to invoke the interference of some 
supernatural power in regard to something; to swear, take 
an oath, sometimes c8^0O>8, 3c, 2o; (K.) cBScO'3^ , 3m. 4o. 
c8Sd8 J, 3c, 3c, adv. with certainty, used with o, 5c. 
c8.S, 4ra, V. *oo.S, 4o, to call out suddenly in a loud voice for 
the purpose of terrifying. 

X>B, 4m, 2c, V. to terrify. 

3o5, 4m, 4c, V. to threaten with a loud voice. 



332 SS 

cQB, 2o, V. *oo^. 2o, to cut in two, as paper with a knife, or 

cotton cloth with the point of a knife. 

9<^> 2o> ^o. '^- to cut open so as to see what is within. 

c88, J2o, lo, V. the same. 

c8S, 'Jo, V. (K. j to be worth, have a value; to deserve merit, vide 

<^S, 3o. 
c8S, 4c, V. *0o8, 4)0, (cSSsB.) to take care of, wateh, protect, 

'>'8, 4c, 4o, V. to guard, care for, a harem. 
c86, Im. 11. *oo6, lo, a temporary abode, booth. 

CoS, Im, 4o, n. a place erected for watching, as a scaffold for 

watching a paddy field, some elevated place for watching. 
y'cfiSoci?, Im, -Sc, Im, 4c, n. the same. 

c86, Ini, V. *coS, lo, to contradict, deny, refuse to do; (K.) 4m. 
-Jio^ . Im, Ic, V. to contradict. 
ooic^cSooic^.6, Im, Ic, 3o, Ic, 2o, v. to contradict even though 

convinced of error. 
ootS. Im, 2c, V. the same as c8S/5'>$, Im, ic. 
ScS, Im, -So, V. to deny. 

c86d8S, lo, lo, adv. exceedingly, used with coScoS, Ic, Ic, of 

small things, 8ogScgSc8Sd8S, Ic, Ic, Ic, lo, lo, very light. 

c88, 3o, V. *oo8, 3o, to add to, to add in order to supply a 

deficiency in quality or quantity, 
cocp, 3o, n. *00'>S, 3o, a dice with twelve spots; sometimes 2o. 
cooS, 3c, V. *ooo5. 3c, (ooS B.) to extort by misrepresentation. 
COoS, 4o, V. *ooo5, 4o, to separate one part from another, vide 

oooS, 4c, and combinations. 
00^, Ic, V. *oo'>S, Ic, to be prevented from natural action, used 

with eg, Ic; (K.) 4c. 
eg, Ic, Ic, V. to restrain one's feelings, keep one's temper, J^oQ 

c, 3c, Ic. 
cgo8Sc-s^, Ic, Ic, Ic, 4c, V. the same. 
c8^, Ic, V. *00'>S, Ic, to care for, watch; ^K.) 4c. 
- dBS, Ic, 4c, v. the same. 

cB6, 2c, V. *oo(S, 2c, to kick, push off; to beat against or in, as 
rainj to beat against, as the waves; (C.S.) 4c. 



d8<Sc^, 2c, 2c, V. the same. 

o^OCsSc^, 2c, 2c, Ic, 2c, V. the same. 

Op^, 2c, 4o, V. to push or thrust down, as down a flight of stairs. 

8o5, 2c, 3o, V. to push off by kicking. 

60S, 2c, 80, V. to beat against violently. 

cB6, 2o, n. *Od6, 2o, anything flat, not spherical, as, 8^cOi9si, 

4c, 2o, 3c, a silver piece. 
cBS, 2o, V. *Co6, 2o, to go around, to avoid by going around or 

aside; to head off", as cattle. 
086*086', 4o, 4o, adv. very wilted, as a flower; very thin, as paper, 
<BS, vide dS. 

coo, 4m, V. (K.^ to be slender and tapering, vide yo, Im. 
c88, lo, n. *Co8, lo, a line extended from one point to another, 

a line, a row. 
c88, 2o, n. *oo8, 2o, pure silver. 
c88, 2o, 7t. vide o8c88, 2o, 2o, 

do, 2c, n. a kind of game, used for lotteries, raffling, etc. 
CO, 2c, V. *00'[, 2c, to be set or placed close or near together; to 

be close, niggardly, miserly; (K.) 4c. 
CO, 2c, Ic, V. to be set or placed close or near together. 
qBo, 2c, Im, V. to be close, niggardly, miserly. 
ooSocS, 2c, lo, ]c, V. the same. 
c8, 2c, V. to know clearly (b.), vide c8Sc8. 3o, 2c, and (p^c8c8 

(j^^-ac, 5c, 3o, 2c, Ic, Ic. 
CO, 4c, n. *00'[, 4c, ( cS% B. ) an umbrella, the umbrella of a 

pagoda. 
"6, 4c, 4c, n. a golden umbrella. 

d8co/D|, 4c, 2c, 2c, 71. (cSecSSodo B.) a large fabulous bird. 
OC^.S, 2c, v. *C0.8, 2c, to be suitable, fit, if good; to befall, if evil; 

to be in accord, agree; to be related by birth or marriage; 

to be caught, as by a snare. 
- Bcp, 2c, 4o, V. to suffer confinement. 
'^cS, 2c, 4c, V. to be caught in a trap. 
C06, 2c, 3o, V. to be related collaterally. 
CO, 2c, Ic, V. to be pleased. 
c^oc^^C'^, 2c, Ic, 2c, 4c, V. the same. 



cqiSco, 2c, 2o, v. (3IS B.) to sutter evil in consequence of a curse; 

to incur a penalty. 
ooS, 2c, 2c, i>. to be put in prison. 
coScoSjdII, 2c, 2c, 2c, 4c, v. the same. 
>ci|loo|, 2c, 3c, 4c, Ic, V. to be to one's liking. 

-38, 2c, 3c, V. to incur a debt 

- '>8jo^'goS, 2c, 3c, 2c, 2c, v. the same. 

'>V<S, 2c, 5o, V. to take fever ending in jaundice. 

838(^88^8^8, 2c, Im, 5o, Im, 4o, z;. to be a collateral relative. 

3cS, 2c, 3o, V. the same as 00 3, 2c. 

c^, 2c, Ic, V. to live together in a friendly manner. 

su'Tco^.p, 2c, Ic, 4c, 4o, V. the same. 

OOIODK 2c, 3c, Ic, V. to suit, take effect, as medicine. 

a\coooS, 2c, 2c, 5c, 3c, v. to incur a heavy penalty inflicted 

by government. 
. c8, 2c, Ic, V. to be suitable, proper; to be correct in estimate, 

accord; ought to; better be. 
- ccS, 2c, 4o, and 5o, v. to come one's turn; also op^ccS,4o, 4o, 
ScSooiDJD, 2c, 4o, 2c, 4c, v. the same. 
o8o5, 2c, 3o, V. to agree with the system, as food eaten; to 

be fast friends. 

c^, 2c, Ic, V. to be pleasant, agreeable to hear. 

ijofSoS, 2c, 5c, 3o, V. to incur a penalty. 

odS, 3c, v. *oo^, 3c, to take out, produce, bring to light. 

c8.S, 3c, 3c, V. to compose, to translate a book. 

/308s, 3c, 5c, 5c, V. to give an order. 
/srsS, 3c, Ic, V, to extract from. 

nriS^y 3c, 2c, v. the same. 

oqS, 4c, V. *co^, 4c, to rub; to stir; to besmear; to rub and reduce 
to fine particles, infreq.; to rub the hair as with lime juice in 
order to prepare it for washing, 00^58, 4c, Ic. 

ooi, 4c, 4c, V. the same. 

c88, 4c, lo, V. to pulverize. 

^'>8, 4c, lo, V. to stir or mix together, is flour in water. 
mS, 4c, V. *00^, 4c, to be coming and going in large numbers. 
008, 4c, 2c; >>, 4c, 4c, v. the same. 



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co^oc^^oc^, "DC, 4(C, 4c, 4c, adv. again and again, repeatedly. 
ooo, 4o, V. *OoB, 4o, to separate, detach, part, cleave off. 
Bc8, 4o. 4m, V. to come off, as a scab; to scrape off scales. 

-^ScqSjs^^t 4o, 3c, 4o, 2c, v. to keep putting in and taking 

out, is clothing in a box. 
', 4o, 4c, V. to rub dirt off the body. 
- 9eB, 4o, Ic, V. to peel the skin off of the body. 
^JB, 4o, 2o, V, to peel a fruit, to take off the bark or shell. 
Q^j^, 4o, 3c, V. the same as <xyS, 4o. 
CcS, 5o, V. (C. S.) to jerk, make a short quick motion towards, 

znde 5^5, 5c. 
ocj6, 2c, V. *co8, 2c, (o6, B.) to be numb, to be benumbed, as a 

person from long sitting; be stupefied; (K. 4c. 

005, 2c, 71. vide c<Soi^, 2c, 2c. 

oqS, 3c, n. the bottom, depths, used of hell, jd9?ooSc|0', So, 3c, 
4c, 4o, also 3o. 

00 6, 4c, n. *oo, 4c, (c6s B.) a precedent, way, custom, manner? 
CO, 4c, 2o, n. ( B.) the same. 

c6co^c5, 4c, 2o, 3c, 3oj n. a custom handed down from gen- 
eration to generation. 
(SS, 4c, 3c, n. the same as oqSco, 4c, 2o. 

09Sc^S, 4c, 3o, 4c, 4o, n. popular customs. 
CX^S, lo, n. *C3oS, lo, a bag; (K.j 4o. 

"S, lo, 3c, n. the stomach. 

"'y, lo, 2c, Ic, n. the scrotum. 

yw, lo, Ic, n. a thick woven bag which is slung over the 

shoulder, similar to ooSojt, lo, 4c; a bag set with cowries 
made by "^'sS, Ic. 

Od8o5, lo, 5c, 3c, n. the sling in which a priest's pot is sus- 
pended from the neck and shoulder. 

c88o5, lo, So, 4o, n. a cartridge-box. 

ODD, lo, 5c, 5c. n. a large bag. 

O*!^!, lo, 4c, n. a bag which is slung over the shoulder when 
carried. 

- -oS, lo, So, ;. a bag for carrying weights, silver, &c. 

8 !ii ' ^^> ^^' ^^* ** * pillow case. 



336 o9c^j3gSoo>8^5 

coScSo, lo, 2o, n. the stomach. 

ap.S.g^, lo, 3c, 2c, n. the womb. 

^, lo, 3c, n. a jute bag. 

j^', lo, Ic, 71. a bag of shell fish; adv. in a broken or crushed 

state, as, op.^op98'3'>Sa^8<j^% 4o, 3o,5c, Im, lo, Ic, to fall 

from a tree and be crushed to pieces, 
cxjiS, 2o, t. *oo8, 2o, to extend from one point to another, as a 

rope; to travel from one place to another, oqS^looS^rf]!, 2o, 

2c, 2o, 4c. 
c88, 2o, 3m, V. to go from one place to another. 
cS, 2o, lo, or 3o, v. the same. 
(j^6', 2o, 3c, V. to surround, extend around, to go round from 

one place to another. 
cx:^6, 5o, n. a plain or valley surrounded by mountains, ooc' 

5o, Ic. 
0080^5, 00, 00, adv. depressed in surface, as a plain, OO'^S, 4o. 
o^cp, Ic, V. *oo% Ic, to rub against or touch in passing, to hit 

against with a sliding, sidelong motion. 
j^8, Ic, lo, V. to hit a person's head with a sidelong motion of 

the fist, 
oc^c^, 4c, V. *oo^, 4c, to root or burrow in the earth, vide o^cS, 5c. 
o^cpa^c^, 4c, 4c, adv. (K.) intensive, used with ^^. 2c, vide 

oocpopc^, 4c, 4c. 
cc^c^cx^c^ooScoS, 2o, 2o, So, 3o, adv. in layers, 
oc^q^, 3o, V. *oo', 3o, to take out, pull out, extract; to breathe, 

oo'>S, Ic. 
CO, 80, Ic, V. to breathe, respire. 
- rgjD6^, 3o, Ic, 5c, V. to breathe with difficulty. 

-"cv^S, 3o, Ic, lo, V. to draw the breath into the lungs heavily, 

in a getsping manner, to gasp. 
c^co, 3o, Ic, lo, V. to breathe easily. 

cg^S, 3o, Ic, 4o, V. to be out of breath, to pant. 

- c^^Sa^cpc^^S, 3o, Ic, 2c, 3o, Ic, 3c, v. to breathe, respire. 

^oS, 3o, 2o, V. to pull out the beard. 
- /3giB, 3o, 2c. V. to pull, draw out. 

^Soo^/sgS, 3o, 2c, Ic, 2c, V. the same. 



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a^::^, 4o, v. *00*, 4o, ( cogs B. ) to be the youngest, used with 

c8'>S, 4o, 4c, n. the youngest child. 

C30cSj3o, 4o, 2o, n. (^sog80o B.^ a spittoon, dg^oco, 4c, 5c, 5c. 

ooc^, 5o, V. to trail, drag after, Jp^G^, 5o. 

OD"!^, 5o, 2c; co^, 5o, So^ c6, 5o, 3o, v. the same. 
ajoS, 2c, V. *co5, 2c, (oc^oS B.) to take out, bring to light; to 

ransom, redeem; to write, compose; to adorn; sometimes 
cqB, 3c. 
<^B, 2c, 3c, V. t'o adorn the arched entrance to a pagoda or its 
niches with flower work. 

c85, 2c, 3c, V. to compose, translate or copy a book. 
oc^oS, 3c, V. vide ooo5, 2c. 

oc:^o5ooo5]8, 5c, 5c, 4c, v. to draw near, approach. 
ooo5c30o58o5, 5c, 5c, 3o, v. to rub to pieces. 
oc^oSoooSopoo] , 5c, 5c, Ic, Ic, v. the same. 
OD^, Ic, n. *ooS, Ic, lime. 
s*^, Ic, 2c, n. very pure silver or gold. 
c-o^CwVw^S, Ic, 2c, 2c, 2o, n. the same. 
cS8,8, Ic, 2o, n. the white lime chewed with the betel. 
- c8S, Ic, lo, n. the red lime chewed with the betel. 
cx5'^S8'S, Ic. 4o, n. the floor of a building. 

CD-^S, 4c, V. *CX)'S, 4c, (ooSg B.j to shine, be conspicuous, to be 
celebrated. 

oo^S8c86, 4c, 3c, 3o, 4o, v. the same. 

OO^S, 3o, V. *co'3^, 3o, to arrive at; to be grown, to arrive at 
the age of puberty; to arrive at the time for ripening, as 
fruit plucked to ripen in the house. 

c^, 3o, 2o, V. to come to mature age. 

o^Soc^'aSooS, 3o, 3c, 3o, lo, v. to have filled out the natural 
term of life, to have lived the usual period of a human life. 

cc^S, 5c, V. *co(S, 5c, to strike, beat, pound, hammer. 

>c.S, 5c, 3o, V. to beat. 

QO\, 5c, 5c, V. the same, 

(6*, 5c, 5o, V. to beat out flat and thin. 

o8cp, 6c> 5o. V. the same as cqS , 5c. 
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388 a^88c8 

oOtJcSS, 5c, lo, V. to pulverize by pounding. 

006", 5c, V. *QoS. 5c, Too^'B.j to wrap up, as a package or bun- 
dle; n. a bundle; a solid mass of metal. 

-icS, 5c, 3m, n. a bundle of tea presented with an invitation. 

<QK, 5c, 3c, n. a bound book. 

^yT' ^^' ^^' ^' ^ wrap uj), as a package; 74. a bundle; a 
package. 

006*. 4o, V. *coS, 4o, to find, meet with. 

cp1/)c, 4o, 4c, Ic, V. to meet, come together. 

cp|Scp, 4o, 4c, 3o, V. to meet or come together without any 

preconcerted arrangement. 

QtJ. 4o, 00, V. the same as oDcS, 4o. 

J^'otS'ScS, 4o, 5o, 5o, 3o, v. the same. 

coSoyS , 5o, 5o, adv. very, used with 86, 2m, shrunken, drawn 
together in withering, as a flower, sometimes 5c, 5c. 

OOcS, vide 06. 

008008, Ic, 4c, adv. denoting extreme age, co8, 3c. 

008, 2c, n. *00|, 2c, a leguminous plant of which there are many 
kinds, as, a^8oo'c^8, 2c, lo, 3o; oo8c86', 2c, 2o; ooS-JcS, 
2c, 3c; oc^8c^8, 2c, lo; 0^8008, 2c, 4o; a^8uS, 2c, 4o; 0^8 
co\ 2c, 4o; (K.)4c. 

B^fjS, 2c, Ic, Ic, n. a plant with an esculent, napiform root. 

C"6, 2c, 2o, n. a Chinese pea. 

^S'o, 2c, 4o, 4c, n. the edible pea. 

008036", 2c, 5o, 2o, n. a bean with a thin pod. 

c86', 2c, 2o, n. a common bean. 

'i^o, 2c, 3c, n. the bean used for making a condiment by a 
certain process in which the bean is allowed to ferment; the 
cori'^liment thus made, 

^cSyalS 2c. 3c, lo. n. fermented beans, used before being pound- 
ed into qd6'>c8, 2c, 3c. 

- --^c^JcS, 2c, 5c, 4c, n. a flat liean the pod of which is not edible. 

- o, 2c, lo, n. the Goabean. 

00.S008, 2c, 4c, 4o, n. a long bean the pod of which is edible. 

3Sc8, 2c. l-o. 4c, n. a Van the pod of whicli is edible, the 
French bean. 



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oo8S, 2c, 3o, n. an edible white tuber, found at Mongnai. 
uS, 2c, 4o, n. dhall of many kinds. 

cSo?, 2c, Ic, n. groundnuts, peanuts. 

- coS, 2c, lo, 71. a kind of bean, used to make parched beans. 
co', 2c, 4o, n. a variegated bean. 

c^S, 2c, 3o, n. vide CD<S(^S, 2c, 3o. 

(j|8co8, 2c, Ic, 5o, n. gram, chick-pea, Cicer arietinurn. 

- cS, 2c, 5o, n. an edible tree bean. 

odSj -ic, c', *oo'[8, 4c, (cSg B.) to push, shove, impel; to push, ram 
into; to sweep as the wind; to cut in wood or stone; to play 
at certain games of chance. 

'OB, 4c, 3c, V. to press down and secure by tucking in or fas- 
tening in the edges. 

- coi, 4c, 2c, V. to knit or do any similar work. 

oo6, 4c, 2c, V. to blow a bellows. 

ao8jcS, 4c, 2c, 4c, v. to smooth a board with a plane. 

o6, 4c, Ic, V. to push against, strike against violently. 

c8, 4c, 2c, V. to gamble with the thirty-six animal game. 

y^oS, 4c, 2o, 4c, v. to play with flat seeds, w^oc, 2o, 4c. 

w^yso^coj, 4c, 2o, 2o, 2c, v. ( ooSeocSjB. j to throw dice in 
a game of chance. 

co^ooS, 4c, 3o, 2c, V. to give a present, to bribe. 

co5c^', 4c, 3o, 4c, V. to prepare an amulet. 
co.8o5, 4c, 3o, 3o, V. to affix one's signature. 

00800 "[OOOooS/ 4c, 3c, 4c, 4o, v. to reconnoitre, vide jd8go8, 4o, 4c. 

0606, 4c, 4c, adv. moderately, used with jaQ-^c, 3o. 

06, lo, V. 06, lo, to cover, cover over; to throw into or upon in 

order to fill up partially or entirely, as a pit; to be full, 

plump, as, 8c8a^c8, 4c, Ic, lo, Ic. 
c], lo, 2oj V. to cover, cover over. 
0^. 2o, V. *o6, 2o, to spit. 
"^', 2o, 4o, V. to spit out, as something in the food when eating. 

-^cco^, 2o, 5c, 4o, V. to spit, empty the mouth of saliva. 

- 806, 2o, 3o, V. the same. 

jScOj So, So, adv. intensive, used with 008, 3c. 

06, StJ. V. CO, 3o, to overwhelm, submerge. 



340 oo'c8^cco^c 

o66o5oo^, 3o, 2c, 3o, 4c, v. to submerge the bank. 
00, Ic, V. *co\, Ic, to rub, to rub against; (K.) 6. 

d^S, Ic, 5o, V. to rub or hit against unintentionally. 

OD\y Ic, "? -", V. the same as 00, Ic. 
CO, 2c, n. *co\, ?f". chopsticks. 
C30O, 2c, 5c, n. (<^o P.j permanence. 

Ogo. 2c, 2c, n. (o6 B.) the north star, the polar star. 

Og, 4c, n. *00'[8, 4c, (opg B.^ a fetter of iron or rope. 

co8. 2c, n. (K.andC.S.) four annas, woSg^, 3o, 3c. 

ceo, 2c, V. *oo'[, 2c, (K.) to pay for, give the price of. 

cc8, 4c, V. *oo'[l, 4c, ^cg?B.j to be rich; to have in abundance. 

cdS, 2o, n. vide o5go8, 5c, 2o; ya^coS, 5c, 2o. 

cc6, 2o, V. (oopS B,^ to have a distinguished appearance; to be 
assuming, put on airs. 

000, 2o, Ic, V. the same as 2nd def. 

oo8ccS'S5, 2o, Ic, 2o, 4c; 5^8, 2o, 3o, v. the same. 

cc6, 5o, V. ( C. S. ) to toss up flour in order to remove coarse 
grains, vide o5, 5o. 

00^, Ic, V. *c8, Ic, to plough; to drag as an anchor; n. a plough; 
(K.)4c. ' 

00', 2c, V. *c8, 2c, to redeem, ransom; exchange the old for the 
new; to shed, as the first teeth, the hair or leaves. 

'8Soo''q8, 2c, 3o, 2c, 4c, v. to change one s clothes. 

oooSoo'o'^S, 2c, 3o, 2c,' lo, v. to die, enter another existence, 

oSooo^'^cS, 2c, 00, 2c, Ic, V. to change in the general appear- 
ance of the flesh, as from youth to age. 

9o5, 2c, 3c, V. to exchange, replace by the new, as the leaves 

of a tree in its season, as a new official for an old one- 

oocS, 2c, 3c, V. to shed leaves. 

cgoSco*^, 2c, 3c, 2c, Ic, v. the same. 

- j3q8, 2c, Ic, v. to redeem, ransom, exchange, as, co^ysoboooS^soo, 

2c, Ic, 2c, Ic. 
00', 3c, adv. (C. S. and K.) here, as, c8oo', 3c, 3c. 
00', 4c, n. a Siamese. 
00', 4o, n. the mind, c^, Ic, (b. . 

c8^CO^c, 4o, 3c, 4c, Ic, n. the same. 



cS 341 

ccoicScooicdS, 5c, 3c, 5c, 5o, adv, carefully, as a sore-footed per- 
son, w^J, 4c. 
cc8, 5c, 5o, adv. the same. 

COO^, Ic, V. *00'[, Ic, to push, impel by pushing. 
SOO^coS, Ic, 4o, V. to speak in pleasant persuasive tones. 
C00?CCX)^, 2c, 2c, n. a tree the bark of which is used in making 

a head wash. 
COoY? ^^' ^' *'-'l' ^^'> '^^ ^^"S alternately, as a man and woman 

or people and priest at a monastery on worship day. 
CCX)^, 4c, n. ( Laos j, a narrow, long basket used for carrying 

merchandise on an elephant, ^cScoo^, lo, 4c. 
cco^ooS, 4c, 3o, n. (ccoooSB.j butter. 
coo^O'3''[, 4c, 5c, 2c, V. (coooopB.) to laud, praise. 
c85, 4c, n. a male buffalo; (K.) a male animal. 
c8.S, 3o, V. *C30.S, 3o, (c^oS B.j to be worth; have a value; ta 

deserve merit. 
si\, 3o, 3c, V. to be valuable; to be worth. 
jDlc^^-a-aS, 3o, 3c, 3o, Ic^ v. the same. 
- jD-^cS^cp^S, 3o, 3c, 3o, Ic, V. the sam^. 
o, 3o, 2o, V. to deserve. 
oo-aS, 3o, 2o, V. ( oo^ B.) to be worth; to be worthy of, 

deserve; to be suitable. 
oo, 3o, 2o, V. to be deserving of punishment. 
CO*, 3o, 3c, V. to deserve. 
c8^, 4o, V. ( C. S. ) to call out suddenly in a loud voice for 

the purpose of terrifying, vide c8.S, 4m. 
c8S, \c, V. *ooS, Ic, to arrive, arrive at. 
c6, Ic, Ic, V. to regret the absence of, to mourn for; to be sad- 

Learted, grieved. 
cc8c-o^, Ic, Ic, Ic, 4c, V. the same. 
coo^c88, Ic, 3c, Im, adv. until now. 
ooS, Ic, Ic, V. the same as c^S, Ic. 

cS8, Ic, lo; ]i, Ic, 4c, V. the same. 

Jji^oS. Ic, 3c, v. the same-, also prep, and conj. till, until. 
cSScSSooSooS, 3c, 3c, 3c, 3c, adv. with a resonant sound. 
c88, 4c, V. to reach to, be able to reach. 



34.2 c^S 

c85*8o5. 4<c, 4c, V. the name, 

c88, -tc, n. (K.) a lar<re wicker basket, vide J385, Ic. 

c8S, 5c, V. *ooS, 5c, to be dull at the edge; to be dull of mind; 

to be damp, as powder, yaQc8oSj33(i>', 2c, 4o, 2c, lo: to be 

heavy, stupid, sluggish, as the ear or mind. y'>ctjj.c88,. Ic, 

4c, Ic, 5c; cp^c^S, 2o, 5c. 
ooS, 5c, 5c, V. to be dull, sluggish, inert; applied to mind or 

body. 

COCoSooS, 5c, 3c, 5c. 5c, v. the same. 

c8S, 5c, Ic, V. to be incapable through dullness of mind, not 

clever. 
c85, 4o, V. *OdS, 4o, to be slow, dull, sluggish; to hesitate in 

regard to action; to procrastinate: to fizz, as damp or poor 

powder. 

c88, 4o, 5o, V. the same as 1st def. 

>C9S, 4o, 4o, V. to be slow, not quick. 

cS-aS, 2o, n. *00'>S, 2o, a wood, forest, wilderness, jungle; (K.J4o. 

Bq, 2o, 4o, n. the same. 

cJoaS^S, 2o, 5c, lo, Im, n. the northern region of India, vide 

Bwo-^Soo, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, any large uninhabited region. 

cSd|CoS, 2o, 5c, Ic, lo, n. a large uninhabited region. 

cSocoSSS, 2o, 5c, lo, Im; coS, 2o, lo, n. the same. 

Q^SoS^cj, 2o, 5o, 4o, Ic, V. to be luxuriant in growth as jungle; 

n. impenetrable jungle. 
5^5cSd, 2o,3c,5c, n. the same as c^^, 2o, (h.). 
cS-aS, 2o, V. *CX)^, 2o, to harrow; n. a harrow, 
cS, 2c, V. the same as cBS, 2c, to kick. 
cB<S, 4o, V. (K.) to find, meet with, vide coS, 4o. 
<:$, 3c, V. *o6, 3c, to throw, cast away, cS. 3c. 
c8:S, lo, V. *o6, lo, to think, cS, 2o. 
c8(S, 4o, V. ( K. ) to cover, to throw into or upon in order to fill 

up; res.) lo; vide o6, lo. 
c88, Ic, V. *00], Ic, to be big-bellied, ^c^S, Ic, Ic, also used as 

a term of reproach, /30*c88, 3o, Ic. 
c88, lo, T'. *oo\, Ic, to cut with a sliding motion; to slice, as 

meat; (K.j 4o. 



ogSoD S4a 

c88. 5o, V. the same as c^S, 4<o, also c^8co, 5o, 5c. 
oo^, 2c, V. *c8^, 2o, to poxir out, spill, shed; (K.) 4c. 

8c^, 2c, 3o, V. to pour out, throw out or away. 

B8, 2c, 3c, z;. to pour out or off a liquid gently; to decant, 

/8, 2c, Ic, V. to pour something into a receptacle for safe- 
keeping, as paddy into a bin, 
00.S, 3c, V. *c8^, 3o. ^GOOooS B,) to prop up; to support, maintain, 

aflfbrd assistance. 

JD, 3c, 5c; , 3c, 5c, v. the same. 

oo^, 3c, V. *c8, 3o, (coc3CfSB.) to consider. 

cocS, 3c, 4)0, V. to consider, search for the intentions of others, 

'^ci, 3c, 3c, V. to regard another person in any mode of action. 

cocS, 3c, 3o, V. to consider, the same as og^'>c|, 3c, 3c, 
od, 4c, v. (K.) to transcribe, copy, vide ^, 4c, 
oo8, Ic, V. *c8S, lo, to arrive. 

<iXo5, Ic, 3c, V. the same. 

oo5, Ic, V. *c8S, lo, to strain anything, as water. 

001001, Ic, 3c, Ic, V. to strain medicine. 

oo, Ic, V. *c8, lo, to be worn, as skin or clothes by chafing; 

to be foot-sore. 
ooSccS, Ic, Ic, adv. intensive, used with w8, Ic, as, w8oo8cgS, 

Ic, Ic, Ic, very light. 
oo, 2c, n. *c86, 2o, (coooS B.) a prison, jail. 
o, 2c, 4c, n. ( 08 B.) a jail keeper, bailiff. 
ooS, 2c, V. *c8S, 2o, to strike against, as light or wind, to shine, 

to shine against; to shine upon a surface or spot. 

CO, 2c, 4o, V. to strike, press against the wind, also 4c, 4o, 

oo8, 2c, v *c88, 2o, (cCDo8 B.)to place in an upright position, 

set up, (^5og8, 4o, 2c. 

"8^, 2c, 3c, V. the snvie. 

ooS , 4c, n. *c8S, 4o, a pocket. 

oo8, 4c, T'. to blow, press against, as wind against a curtain. 

8, 4c, Ic, V. to beat, strike. 

oo8, 4c, V. *c88, 4o, ( coooSg B. ) to pound with a pestle or the 

elbow; to push or gore with the horns . 
CO, 4c, Ic, V. the same. 



84.4 og' 

ooS, 5c, n. *c8S, 5o, (ccx)o^ B.) a corner. 

ooo5, 2c, V. *c8oS, 2o, to take out, pull out, extract, free, deliver. 

^8, 2c, 4c, V. to take off one's clothes. 

c85c8B, 2c, 3o, 4m, v. to unchain. 

^^^> 2c, Ic, V. the same as ogoS, 2c. 

8o5, 2c, 3o, V. to take out, take away. 

jaoS, 2c, Ic, V. to take out, pull out, extract, free; ooo5j3QO 

cpS, 2c, Ic, 3o, to be identical, to be of the same appearance. 

/3QoS, 2c, 4o, V. to uncork. 

nri^, 2c, 2c, V. to take out, pull out, extract. 

ooo5, 3c, n. (oooo^ B \ the top, summit of excellence, as, /ifi'ic 

ooo5/3^'>S6o5, Ic, 3c, Ic, 3o, what is excellent. 
cooS. 4c, V. to fly out of, remove from its place with force. 
co^, 4c, Ic, V. the same, 

oooScSoS, 5c, 5o, adv. slowly, with difficulty, jy\^, 2c. 
oo'^S, Ic, V. *c8'>S, lo, to take out, free, deliver; to pull out, extract. 
^^j Ic, 3o, V. the same. 

j3s8, Ic, Ic; ^^i Ic, 2c, V. the same. 

co^S, 2c, n. used in composition with ', 5c, as, w'oow, 5c, 2c, 

a kind of tree, 
oo^, 4c, V. (ogSt B.) vide OO'^S, 4c. 
ootScScS, 5c, 5o, adv. used with ^oSy 3o, very weak, 
oo Sc8 :0tSc86', 5c, 3c, 5c, 5o, adv. the sam. 
oo. 2c, V. *dS, 2o, to listen, mind, obey. 
jp, 2c, 4o, V. to obey. 
^/jSco', 2c, 4o, lo, lo, V. to listen to first one and then 

another. 
^cSoiDcSS, 2c, 4o, 2o, Im, v. to listen to one party's statement. 
S^S, 2c, 4c, V. to listen. 

30'. 2c, 4c, V. to accept. 

OQ', 2c, 4c, V. to listen to preaching. 

-QQO, 2c, Ic, V. to listen to with regard, to obey. 

cooo, 4c, 4c, adv. intensive, used with J3Q>S, 3o, 

oo% 2c, V. to deliver, (b.), vide oo', 2c. 

00*, 3c, n. a word, used in composition with ^, 4o, as,c8cS^c8cS 

og% 3m, 4o, 3m, 3c. 



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og^, 3o, V. (oooSB ) to go out of the priesthood; n. co8(^'Sog^, 

3c, Ic, 3o, an expriest. 
OipSojS, 3o, 4o, 4c, V. the same. 
c^, Ic, adv. (C.S.) where? as, c8c^, 3c, Ic; (K.)4c. 
cS, 2c, V. *o6, 2c, to keep back, conceal, to not reveal what 

should be revealed. 

86*, 2c, 4o; o^, 2c, 5c; /so, 2c, Ic, v. the same. 

d6, 3c, V. *o6, 3c, to throw, cast, as a stone; to reject, zfide coS, 4c, 

28s, 3c, 4c, V. the same. 

coS, 3c, 4o, V. to cast down. 

3oS, 3c, 3o, V. to throw or cast away. 

dS, lo, V. *o6, lo, to help, assist, eg', 3c; (K.) 4o. 

c8^, lo, 4c, V. to give military assistance. 

do, lo,v.*ob, lo, to put into, generally implying a small opening, 

as water into a goglet. 

7^ 

The ninth letter of the Shan Alphabet and the third Consonant 
in the class of dentals. 

^c, 5c, n. *'>8, 5c, a younger brother or sister of one's mother, 
vide c^-ac, 3o, 5c. 

X), 5c, 5c, n. a relative of whose relationship one has taken ad- 
vantage to get a favor. 

jD'^coo.S, 5c, 5c, 5c, 3c, n. the same. 

"^^j ^c, lo, n. the husband of a mothers younger sister. 

S, 5c, 5c, n. the wife of a mother's younger brother. 

oc, 5c, V. *'>8, 5c, to press on or down, 08B, 4m. 

'^^S'scS, 3c, 3o, n. (snooS P.) a constellation. 

^c.S'OoS, 3c, 3o, n. (K.) the lath of a loom in which the weaverV 
reed is inserted, vide co.S'OoS, 3o, 3o. 

c^, 4c, V. *o8^, 4c, to be heavy, not light, 

0^, 4c, lo, V. to be very heavy. 

cg'>c^C'oY 4c, Ic, 4c, 4c, v. to be heavily burdened in mind, 

c^S, 4c, 4o, V. to be slow on account of heaviness. 

a^l^, 4c, Ic, V. to be slow, sluggish, inactive, stupid. 
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9cS9^\o\%o'^, 4c, Ic, 4c, 3o, V. the same. 

^c^-^cip, 4c, Im, V. t. and i. to tickle, have a tickling sensation, 
vide co^^cp, 4c, Im. 

9c>c, 2o, 2o, adv. very, intensive used with ^8, Im, to be 
very adhesive, sticky. 

'i^S-j^S, 2o, 'Ho, 2c, 2c, adf . M^ sa. x. 

9cS, 3o, t'. *'3C>S, 3c, to strike; ( colloquial ) to eat up; to do 
anything, as -^ciS^]^, 3o, 2c; ^c^^oS, 3o, 4m; oc^jo^S, 3o, 
lo; *c5'^8, 3o, 4c, 2c. 

c8cS, 3o, 5o, V. the same. 

9C/>|I, 5c, 4c, n. (^olg B.) a kind of sea dragon. 

c^8, 5c, 2c, n. ( ^c^^B. ) nature, constitution, inherent charac- 
ter; in astrology, permanent residence, opposite of O0|c8, 
2c, 2c. 

^c8, Ic, n. ( K. ) an upright timber used as a support, odS^cS, 
4c, Ic, Tjide coS, 3c. 

ocS, Ic, n. *Q^S, Ic, the skin of a man or an animal; bark of a 
tree; ( K. ) 4c. 

iaS, Ic, 3c, n. buffalo skin, and sometimes other kinds, pre- 
pared for making curry. 

-SSoS, lc,4c, 2c, V. to have goose flesh. 

oo, Ic, 3o, n. buffalo skin made into a sour curry. 

c88, Ic, lo, n. a royal order, /aoSScoo?, 5c, 5c, 2c. 

001, ^^' ^^' ^- ^^^ eyelid, ^^001, 4o, Ic. 
ooS, Ic, 5c, n. the skin of the belly. 
ooS-aci, Ic, 5c, Ic, V. to be fat-bellied. 

>i, Ic, Ic, V. to be of a gross, thick habit of body. 
35, Ic, Ic, n. rubber bands, elastics. 

so^, Ic, Ic, n. the bark of the co^, Ic, tree beaten, dressed 
and made into a coarse cloth. 

oS, Ic, 4c, n. fried buffalo skin sold in the market. 

j^, Ic, 4c, n. buffalo skin, soaked in oil ready for frying. 
c8>S, Ic, Ic, n. the earth's surface. 

^'^S^^T^' ^^' ^^ ^^' ^^* ^" ^^^ sam. 

cS-^S, Ic, 5c, V. to have the skin rubbed or peeled off" lightly. 

C0.8, Ic, 3c, V. to have the skin rubbed or peeled oflF. 



9C 



ScScp*! 



c5y, Ic, 4c, V. vide ^^^Jiti* Ic, 2c. 

50, Ic, Jc, n. the scalp. 

' ^^ ^^> ^^ ^' ^^ tiave great fear or shame. 

S^H^' ^^' ^^' '^^^ ^' ^^^ same. 

5j^, Ic, 2c, V. to have dry, wrinkled flesh. 

96, 2c, prep, according to, in accordance with; adv. as. 

/>'>8, 2c, Ic, adv. together. 

js^jDw, 2c, Ic, Ic, adv. the same. 

/JO, 2c, 2c, adv. as formerly, as usual. 

j:>\, 2c, 3c, ac/<y. according to, as much as 

ac^c, 2c, Ic, adv. thus, as that. 

c', 2c, Ic, adv. thus, like this. 

^8, 2c, Ic, adv. (affixed j how? (prefixed) conj. that, in order 

that. 
yw-aS, 2c, Ic, adv. the same as ocS, 2c. 
9cS, 3c, v. *o86, 3c, to sit. 

-gSc^S, 3c, 2c, 2c, V. to squat. 

-S/J-aS, 3c, 4o, Ic, T^. to sit side by side, close together. 

'a|/D'^'>S, 3c, Ic, 2o, 4c, v. to sit with one knee over the other. 

"86', 3c, 2o, V. to sit by the side of, to sit close together. 

QiSx^^, 3c, 2o, 3o, V. the same. 

"^cJ^oS, 3c, 5c, 2c, V. to sit with the legs bent to one side and 

the soles of the feet behind, as before a king. 
''^oS, 3c, 2c, 2c, V. to sit in a cross-legged posture, as when not 

in the presence of a superior. 
-g'^^oS, 3c, 2c, 2c, V. the same. 

co^, 3c, 4c, V. to sit with knees gathered up in front. 
og^gcc^, 3c, 4c, Ic, 2c, V. the same. 
00.0, 3c, 4c, V. to sit on the lap 
008, 3c, 2c, V. to sit on a low stool or chair. 
c8oO, 3c, 3o, V. to sit with the legs straight in front and the 

feet drawn back, 9cScBS, 3c, 3o. 
]q, 3c, 5c, v. to sit with the posteriors on the ground. 
cooy, 3c, 3c, V. to crouch as in firing a gun; to fall partially 

as when one is pushed. 
c8:p"01^ 3c, 4o, Ic, v. to sit with the legs stretched out. 



348 occ8 

ocScScpcB^S, 3c, 4o, Ic, V. the same. 

^Jp^i ^c, Ic, V. to rule a country; to ascend a throne; reign. 

cpS'^cScy'i', 3c, 3o, 3c, Ic, V. the same. 

J8, 3c, 4c, 3o, V. to sit side by side. 

c8, 3c, V. (K.) to produce a sound, vide coS, Ic. 

^cS, 4c, V. to strike, beat. 

c5, lo, V. *'>cS, Ic, to lie flat; to extend from one point to 

another, either on the ground or in an elevated position, as, 

acScy, lo, 5o, to lie in the way. 
^cS, 3o, V. *'y5, 3c, the name as -jcS, lo, to extend from one 

point to another, vide ooS, So. 
9cS, 3o, V. (K.) to be numb, benumbed with cold; vide od8, 3o; 

to coagulate, harden, vide />, 3o. 
^c5, 4o, n. *'8S, 4c, a sister, prefixed to the names of females; 

the wife of an official, a lady, a princess. 
-oScS, 4o, 4o, Ic, n. a chief wife. 

cS, 4o, 3o, n. a mermaid. 

c, 4o, 4o, n. a doll; a spot of water flashing in the sunlight, 

infreq. 

c88, 4o, 5o, n. the inferior wife of a Sawbwa. 

ci), 4o, 5c, n. the wife of a Sawbwa or prince. 

cS, 4o, Ic, n. a female nat. 

S[^1i, 4o, 5c, 4c, n. a queen. 

qSco', 4o, 3o, 3o, n. a silk worm. 

- SS, 4o, 4o, n. a queen. 

c8S, 4o, 4c, n. a woman of reputation. 

Sep, 4o, lo, n. a female dancer. 

Cjr'Tco, 4o, Ic, 4o, n. a princess who has a palace of her 

own. 
5"^'! 4o, Ic, 4c, n. a queen. 
acS, 4o, 71. ( K. ) a cutaneous disease showing in white spots on 

the skin, vide coS, 2o. 
^cSoo, 4o,5c, 71. a vulture, vide co8oo, 4o, 5c. 

(jl^ScoS, 4o, 5c, Ic, lo, n. a kind of vulture. 

>co5, 4c, V. (K.) to make straight, to aim, vide oooS, 4c. 
*'c8, 5c, 2c, 71. (^ F.) a river. 



octJcOT^JoS 349 

^coS, 2o, n. *'8oS, 2c, used in composition with OQ\, 3c, as, CX)"!^ 

^coS, 3c, 2o, a kind of grass. 
9ccSf 3o, z;. zdde o^ocoS, 5c, 3o. 
^oS, Ic, ac?w. thus, as, -acS^oS, 2c, Ic; also used in questions in 

the sense of "is it so," as, 008^^8, Ic, 5c, or -acaScj^S, Ic, 

2o; also used with words expressing time to denote time 

long passed. 
^>cS, 3c, 71. ( K. ) a hard, indurated bunch in the flesh, vide 

C09S, Ic. 
oc^, 3c, V. *'>8>S, 3c, to make a noise. 
- coScoS, 3c, 2c, 2c, V. to be very noisy. 
cw'f, 3c, 4c, V. the same. 

(jj^c^ '>'>$ CO ', 3c,3o, 3c, Ic, V. to reverberate through valleys 

and mountains. 

Q^, 3c, 3o, V. the same as 9CS, 3c. 
^vS, 3c, lo, V. the same. 

ocoS, 3c, adv. there. 

^c^, 4c, V. zdde ^caS, 3c, c|, 4c. 

^6, 4c, 4o, V. to make a noise, (b.). 

^cS, 5c, a. that, 'o 1 

9CQ^, 4o, n. (^^8 B.) a royal palace, sometim,es 4c. 

oc^S, 4o, V. *'>8'>S, 4c, to be long in doing, -^cjS^^oS, 4o, 4m. 

^6", 4c, t). ( K. ) to shut, as the eyes; to erase; to put out, as 

fire; to be dark, vide coS, 4c. 
9c6*, 5c, V. *Q^S, 5c, to count, enumerate; to count a rosary; 

(K.) 5o. 
^'>S, 5c, 4o, ts to estimate. 

^cS. 5c, 4o, V. to count up, estimate, as an amount necessary 

to be used at any time. 
- op^, 5c, 3o, V. the same. 
(^S'^CiS, 5c, 2o, 5c, V. to count a rosary. 

/wsS, 5c, 2o, V. to count up, enumerate. 

'>c6'coo^, 5c, 3c, adv. unsuitably, improperly; sometimes octS, 5c, 

alone is used. 

cooS, 5c, 3c, 3o, V. to speak improperly; unsuitably. 

?o5, 5c, 3c, 4m, v. to do or act improperly, unsuitably. 



350 oc^^ 

9cS, 4o, n. (K.) a sword, xnde Co5, 2o. 

9cS, vide -ac. 

6, 2c, n. used in composition with cjS, Ic, as, j8c8, Ic, 2c, 

the lower part of the abdomen. 
c8, 3c, V. *^8, 3c, to be putrid, rotten. 
9C^, 3c, Ic, V. to be full of maggots. 
9c8, 4c, V. *'>88, 4c, to stir together; used with jd6, Ic. 
998, 4c, 4o, V. the same. 
9c8, 4c, 4c, adv. in an agitated condition, ever moving, as a 

crowd of people. 

CCO^, 4c, 4c, V. the same as 9c8, 4c. 

'>c8, lo, V. *o88, Ic, to be in a fever; sometimes with jdo6, 4c, 

to be cold, very chilly. 
"898, lo, 3c, V. to have a paroxysm (of fever j. 
OD^S, lo, 2c, V. to have fever and ague. 

coo5, lo, 3c, V. to abate, as fever. 

00^, lo, 4o, V. to cease, as fever. 

008, lo, 3c, V. to have fever off and on for a long time. 

CD^'ac^, lo,2c, 5o, v. to have a settled fever and jaundice. 
9C^, lo, 5o, V. the same. 

<&, lo, 2c, V. to cease, as fever. 

oo5, lo, 4c, V. to have fever occasioned by a cold. 

B'sfo'jS, lo, 5m, 4c, V. to have intermittent fever. 

iaQ'>8'c8oo5, lo, lo, lo, 4c, v. the same as 9c8ooS, lo, 4c. 

9c8, 3o, n. (K. ) a star, vide cxi8, lo. 

9c8, 4o, n. *986, 4c, a rough or raised scar, 89S9C80', Im, 4o, 

5c, vide. GoS, 4o. 
9C8, 5o, V. *'>88, 5c, to bend, pull down without breaking; to 

persuade. 
|'>c8c"0^, 5o, 2c, 5o, 4c, v. to pull a person down by putting 

the arms about his neck. 
9COW, 5c, 5c, 5c, a. (^oP.) ninth. 
coocj5, 5c, 5c, 3o, n. ( soooS P. ) the nine kinds of precious 

atones. 
9 , Ic, V. *'a$, Ic, to be many, to abound; a. many; (K.) 4c. 

98, Ic, 4c, I. the same. 



oc 



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accg'^cc'oV, Ic, Ic, Ic, 4c, v. to be bothered about many things. 
'iQ\, Ic, Ic, adv. very numerous. 

^c], Ic, 2c, V. to be abundant. 

^c', Ic, 4o, adv. the same as ococi, Ic, Ic, (b.). 
^^c'-ctScg-^S^S, Ic, 4o, 5c, 4c, Ic; co^, Ic, 4c; c, Ic, 
'Ho, adv. the same. 

eg, Ic, Ic, adv. how much? 

oc, 3c, a. (K.) dark, of a black color, vide o5, Ic. 

>, 3c, v. *'S, 3c, to strike downwards as in digging, to dig; to 

press on or down; to thrust in or through; to poke into. 
c88, 3c, 4o, V. the same as 2nd def. 

^, 3c, V. ^K.) to dive, go beneath, ^oc, 3c, 5c, vide o5, Ic. 
9C, 4c, n. a leader, used of the bullock leading a caravan, o8'>c>,4c,4c. 
OQ, 4c, V. *^, 4c, to follow after. 
^, 5c, n. *o^, 5c, water, a liquor, liquid; also used to denote 

the fineness of gold and other metals. 

.O, 5c, 5c, n. saliva, spittle. 

36, 5c, lo, n. vide -^cooScBS, 5c, lo, lo. 

.SvScijS, 5c, Ic, 2c, V. to undermine the bank of a river, as a 

strong current. 
J38, 5c, Im, n. the Irrawaddy river. 
- n, 5c, 2o, n. muddy water. 

cS, 5c, 4o, n. a body of flowing water, cBo, 4o, 5cr 

^8, 5c, lo, n. brine. 

- 'wg', 5c, 4c, n. semen. 

jg, 5c, 4o, n. the order of words, vide oo'o, lo, 4o. 

-08, 5c, 3c, n. the water in which rice is boiled; starch. 

oScS, 5c, 3C| 4m, n. the water in which i98c6, 3c, 4m, has 

soaked, vide "oScS, 3c, 4m. 
"^6, 5c, 4o, n. the Salwen river. 
e, 5c, 4c, (6.) 11. (K.andC. S.) a body of flowing water, vide 

acc^, 5c, 4o. 

- 'Y'^ ^^' ^^ ^- ^^ ^^^ ^ ^^^ tide. 
gS, 5c, Ic, n. the Cambodia river, 

qoccSS, 5c, 4c, 4o, n. quicksilver, mercury, oo5oo|8, 3c, 4c, also 
oc^aScSS, 5c, 4c, 4o. 



352 ocoo-jS 

-jcS-jS^^, 5c, 4c, 5c. 4c, n. the water in which gold and silver 
have been placed, which is used as a medicine. 

88, 5c, 3o, n. stupidity; literally, water of stupidity. 

co8o5, 5c, 5c, 3c, n. wine. 

c8S, 5c, 3o, n. lime water, o^o5ocSc88, 3o, lo, lo. 

cSSooaS, 5c, 3o, Ic, n. the same. 

c88, 5c, 3o, V. to have a swift current. 

co'-oig, 5c, 4o, 4c, n. rain water dripping from the eaves. 

co'-oigScScfo^S, 5c, 4o, 4c, 3c, lo, n. water thrown upon the 
roof of a house and caught again for medicinal purposes. 

c8^, 5c, 4c, V. to transude, ooze out; n. spring water where 

the supply is in small quantities, vide -scjag^o 5c, 2c, 4c. 
-cS, 5c, 4m, n. salt water. 
c6B6, 5c, 4m, lo, n. the same. 
o8cy5co|, 5c, 3m, 2c, n. prepared water, drunk on taking an 

oath. 
00^38, 5c, 3c, 4c, n. water to wash the hands. 
ooJS, 5c, 5c, n. (o^o5B.) semen. 
CO, 5c, 3o, n. pickle, pickled liquor. 
cS, 5c, Ic, n. pure water. 

oo^S-^c^, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. semen. 

C3o8, 5c, 3c, n. a gourd, calabash; a goglet. 

oo8"S8/3Q'>Scfco5, 5c, 3c, 4o, Ic, 3c, n. a gourd used for drinking 

purposes and protected by a network on the outside. 
tXiScS-^S, 5c, 3c, Ic, n, an earthen goglet. 
OOI, 5c, Ic, n. a tear. 
oo|co5, 5c, Ic, 4o, V. to weep. 

ooio'qcS, 5c, Ic, 3o, 2o, v. to have the eyes filled with tears, 
- -oooo6, 5c, 4o, 2o, n. (K.) vide '^o^ScocS, 5c, 4o, 2o. 

oo^oooS, 5c, 4o, 2o, n. a cascade. 

oo, 5c, 3c, n. the Shan name for the Myit-Nge river, near 

Ava. 
co^cSdS, 5c, 3c, 2c, v. to undermine and wear away the bank 

of a river. 
c8, 5c, Im, V. to be full of water; n. the highest flood tide. 

00"^, 5c, lo, 71. the juice of the sugar palm. 



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OCOOoF'^, 5c, lo, lo, n. toddy, sap of the palmyra tree. 

oooc, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. toddy from the iiipa /rioth ans . 

<35^S, 5c, 3o, 4o, n. a deluge, flood. 

9C^, 5c, 4c, n. weight. 

'>coo|, 5c, 2o, 2c, n. fragrant essence. 

^S, 5c, 3m, n. a decoction or infusion of tea leaves in boiling 

water. 

-^c', 5c, 4o, n. dew, mist. 

'''vO, 5c, 4o,3c, V. to be misty. 

=-c'oo8o, 5c, 4o,4c, 5o, v. i. to be wet with dew. 

0', 5c, 4o, n. milk. 

"^S, 5c, Ic, n. a lake, pond. 

-^cSoo, 5c, Ic, Ic, Ji. watery pus. 
0$, 5c, Ic, n. smooth, placid water. 

o8, 5c, lo, n. one of the western tributaries of the Salwen 

flowing through Kengkham, .SS^S), 4m, 4c. 

o, 5c, 5c, n. betel spittle. 

- oS, 5c, 2c, n. a hot spring; a salt lick or salt spring. 

oScoS", 5c, 4c, 2c, n vinegar. 

etS, 5c, 2c, n. the juice of the sugar palm. 
o',5c, 4o, n. the Mongpai river. 

Q'^, 5c, Ic, n. the Mong Pawn river. 

6:j, 5c, 4c, n. the broth or gravy of any cooked curry or 

condiment. 
cSoJdjdco 5c, 4c, 2c, 3o, 7i. the liquor of a kind of pickled leaves 

and shoots. 

6o:S, 5c, 2o, n. any astringent liquor. 

cb'^/aoS, 5c, Ic, 2o, n. water standing in the hollows of 

rocks. 

c58o5, 5c, 5c, n. pounded dried chillis used as a condiment. 

00'>S, 5c, lo, 71. rain water. 

oo'^'^oo, 5c, lo, 5c, 5c, 71. the same. 

400, 5c, 5c, 71. a greenish fluid obtained from the viscera of 

cattle and used for medicine. 

ooS, 5c, 3c, n. honey. 

^Sco6, 5c. 4c, 4c, 71. the Sitang river, 

45 



354 occo\ 

occcSg'j'coS, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. ( c<g5cc^ B. ) a sweet liquor made of 
tamarinds and jaggu-y. 

^"S'c, 5c, 2o, 3c, Ic, n. a preparation from the juice of ap- 
ples, sweet cider. 

u^yaQdS, 5c, 2o, Ic, n. cocoanut milk. 
wsS, 5c, 4c, n. oil. 

woSw^jpS, 5c, 4c, 2o, 3c, n. oil expressed from the seed of the 

castor-oil plant. 

w-sScis, 5c, 4c, 4c, n. sesamum oil. 

waScoScS'^S, 5c, 4c, 2c, Ic, n. groundnut oil. 

'>S'>ccO'[, 5c, 4c, So, 2c, n. fragrant oil. 

tt-jScSD^JDoS, 5c,4c,4c,2o, n. oil expressed from the mustard seed, 

'S^cSo'S8c^^, 5c, 4c, 2o, 4c, 4o, 3o, n. the oil expressed 

from the nut of a jungle shrub and used for lighting. 
'8w5j3Q'>S, 5c, 4c, 2o, Ic, n. cocoanut oil. 

oSoo88^, 5c, 4c, lo, 2o, n. tar. 

wvScS, 5c, 4c, 4c, n. oil of the physic nut tree. 

8, 5c, 4o, n. the Shweli river. 

8cS, 5c, Im, n. earth oil, petroleum. 

qS, 5c, 3o, n. water in which rice has been washed. 

^'S39> 5c, 3o, 3o, n. water in which rice has been washed and 

been allowed to ferment, vide -acoScoS, 5c, 4c, 2c. 
ucS, oc, lo, n. a water dipper. 

w', 5c, 3c, n. hot water. 
', 5c, 5c, n. sap. 

s^^ , 5c, 2c, n. a well. 

C9c86oo*, 5c, 2c, 4c, 4o, n. a well dug in the sand, as in the 

dry bed of a river. 
c^8o5, 5c, 2c, 4m, n. a well having a well sweep. 

2.8, 5c, 5c, n. ink. 

SoScSS, 5c, 4c, 4o, n. vide oc^'jScSS, 5c, 4c, 4o. 

OoSc88, 5c, lo, lo, n. the lymph of the skin; the thin water 

of a blister or other sore. 

ODoS, 5c, 2o, n. water poured as a religious act, a libation. 

001, 5c, 3c, n. paint or any substance smeared or painted upon 

the surface of something. 



9c^9oSe^ 855 

ococ]cc6, 5c, 3c, 3o, n. a medicinal infusion. 
c88, 5c, 3m, n. urine. 

CO<S, 5c, 3o, V. to recede, subside, as the water of a flood. 
c8S, 6c, 3c, n. water not flowing, either from natural or arti- 
ficial causes, a mill pond. 
dS8, 5c, 5c, n. tea, vide -aco^S, 5c, 3m. 
^o5, 5c, 2c, V. to drop, as water. 

CO, 5c, 4c, V. to subside, as water; to be low, eis the water of 

a river; n. low water. 

ooS, 5c, 2c, TO. lye. 

CO^^oS, 5c, 3c, 3c, TO. a natural subterranean water course. 

CX>^ccx>^, 5c, 3c, 3c, TO. an artificial conduit for water, general- 
ly subterranean. 

co8, 5c, 3c, TO. spirituous liquor. 

cS-jS, 5c, Ic, TO. the territory of a state. 

cS^S, 5c, 4c, TO. a spout bringing water; a water pipe; any 

fall of water of small volume. 

c8, 5c, Ic, n. the bile. 

CoS, 5c, 4o, V. to ebb as the tide; to. ebb tide. 

CO', 5c, Ic, TO. a current. 

co^cfoj, 5c, Ic, 2c, V. to have two currents meet together. 

co', 5c, 4o, TO, saliva, spittle. 

-co'od', 5c, 4o, lo, V. (C. S.) to drool, vide jdu^oS, 5c, 3c. 

Oo'O'sS, 5c,4o,4c, z). to water at the mouth, as a hungry per- 
son; to retch, heave, make an effort to vomit. 

c8S, 5c, lo, TO. the thin yellowish discharge from a sore. 

cSoS, 5c, 2o, V. to bubble. 

oSoS-accSpoS, 5c, 2o, 5c, 5o, v. the same. 

c^oS, 5c, 3o, TO. blood. 

caS, 5c, lo, TO. fresh water, opposite of salt water. 

go5, 5c, 4c, TO. water which oozes from clayey land in wet 

weather. 

yiS, 5c, 3o, TO. reddish, vegetable matter floating on the surface 

of stagnant water under trees standing in the water. 

PS'SoSc"^, 5c, 3o, 2o, 4c, to. a stream so dried up that only 

pools of water are left. 



356 '^cSd 

^j^S, 5c, 4o, n. a strong current. 

Q'^, 5c, 4o, Ji. indigo dye. 

;j{6. 5c, 3c. V. to leak. 

c.?i'co''i.''9. 5c, 2c, 4o, 4c, 7t. vide occx)^'op8cpcS^'>S, 5c, 4o, 4c, 
3c, To. 

88, 5c, 2o, 11. sweat, perspiration. 

.]\ S, 5c, 3c, 71. a stream of water, a river. 

(^8'^cS, 5c, 3c, 5c, 4o, 71. the same. 

qi^Sco', 5c, 3c, 4c, ?i. an artificial water course for diverting the 

direction of a stream of water. 

c>, 5c, Ic. . a fragrant liquid; rose water; water put into 

smoked goglets for drinking purposes, 

yaQ-^S, 5c, 4o, 7i. the Tahping river, north of Bhamo. 

JSQ^S, 5c, 2c, n. warm, tepid water. 
^^%, 5c, 2c, 4c, w. a spring of water. 

j3q', 5c, 3c, 71. the syrup of the sugar cane. 

/so^BS, 5c, 3c, 3o, n. the thick boiled juice of the sugar cane; 

molasses, 
JT^'QS, 5c, 3c, 4p, n. unrefined sugar hardened in thin cakes 

upon a mat. 
oc, lo, n- *'aS, Ic, a thorn; (K.) 4o. 

BiS, lo, Ic, 71. the euphorbia plant, prickly pear, 

-^oo<?', ]o, 5c, 3c, n. a species of ccesalpinia creeper; Mysore 

thorn . 
o5, lo, Ic, n. a thorny shrub having an edible flower. 

tS*^, lo, Ic, 71. a thorny ground creeper. 

ccS, lo, lo, n. a thorny creeper, the a-acia pennate. 

-^c, 2o, n. *'i$. 2c, (IP.) spirit, opposed to matter. 

8cpc^, 2o, 5c, 2m, n. ( 8oo^ P.) the spirit. 

^c, 2o, n. *'3^, 2c, (i P.) the day of the week on which one is born, 

^[^, 2o, 2c, 71. { ^'-^ P-) the planet which presides at one's 

birth. 

Qj^, 2o, 2c, V. to experience prosperity, as the result of a pro- 
pitious birthday. 

cSdS, 2(j, So, V. to be suited to one another by having propi- 
tious days for birthdays. 



oc 



X^S 857 



occ^S, 2o, 4c, V. the same as oc, 2o. 

ccx)], 2o, 2c, n. { ^00D B. ) an odoriferous substance, most fre- 
quently applied to sandalwood, of which there are five 
kinds, enumerated in ancient writings, -^ooi^cSgn, 2o, 2c, 2c; 
ocoo]'^, 2o, 2c, 2c; yaoc/g^, 5c, 2c; cooj, 2c, 2c; J3e|85, 
5c, 5c, 3o. 
oc, 5o, t;. *'sS, 5c, (s B.) to be well acquainted with, 8oS, 3c. 
9cy Ic, t>. *o, Ic, to be thick, not thin; to be stupid, thick- 
headed; (K.) 4c. 

coc^, Ic. 2o, V. to be thick, either from fatness or swelling. 

oocSjdcS, Ic, 2o, 2o, v. the same; also very thick. 

9^\, Ic, V. part, a particle soliciting acquiescence, c^^"] , Ic. 

9^\, 2c, V. *o, 2c, to be able, skillful, clever, j3o5, 5c. 

[, 2c, adv. lest perchance, paradventure. 

cj, 2c, adv. very, exceedingly. 

c^^cic-o^, 2c, Ic. 2c, 4c, adv. the same as c86'C[c^:^|C'0^, 

4m, 2c, Ic, 2c, 4c. 
oc|9V], 2c, 2c, adv. (^^^3 P-) dissimilar, various, (b.). 

cSd|o, 2c, 2c, 2c, 5c, adv. ( CODO P.) the same, (b.). 

9|, 2c, 5c, 71. (^3 P.) a name, c^8, 3c. 

^c^cjo^, 2c, 5c, 2c, 71. ( s ci P. ) a kind of excellent gold, more 

requentli/, (p|6|0, 2c, 5c, 2c. 
9C|S, 2c, 2c, n. (^- P.) a measure of time equal to 24 minutes 
English time; an hour, 60 minutes; a watch, time piece. 

jdSo^S, 2c, 2c, lo, 4c, n. a sun dial. 

9)'^^' ^^' ^^' ^' ^- ( fi? ^O afternoon or after midnight 

in the reckoning of time, 
ocj, 3c, n. *'3, 3c, the face, countenance; face or side of any 
thing; the space before anything, as a door; a ^v. and Drep, 
before, about to, as, >"[oo^wgi, 3c, 4c, 2c, about to go. 
jD'SCooioc, 3c, lo, Ic, 4o, n. one's present occupation. 
Bc^oo|-SS, 3c, 2o, Ic, lo, V. to be bold-faced. 

. 3c, 3c, V. to be open | pleasant, joyful in countenance. 

Bco-y^, 3c, 3c, Ic. 3c; ^ooio-^S, 3c, 3c. Ic, lo, v. the same. 

^, 3c. lo, V. to be full, -ound-faced . 

"2!)^' ^^^ '^^f " ^^^ front or entrance to a monastery. 



858 oc|oo8 

991 'O'l, 3c, Ic, n. the front of the upper part of the leg; the lap. 

"38, 9c, So, n. the shin. 

^oo'['&, 3c, Id, Ic, lo, v. to have an unprepossessing face. 

c8, 3c, Ic, w. to be of a sad countenance. 

8, 3c, 5c, n. the space between the eyebrows. 

88c-[c8, 3c, 3o, 3c, Ic, V. the same cw ^e-jcS, 3c, Ic. 

op, 3c, 3c, V. to have freckles. 

co<5'^l> 3c, 3q, 2c, v. to have a dejected, sorrowful countenance. 

oS, 3c, 3o, v to have an unpleeusant face indicative of anger. 

ooS, 3c, 3c, n. (K.) an anvil, vide oo8, 3c. 

OD, 3c, 2c, i>. to be dark, gloomy in appearance. 

c88, 3c, 3o, adv. with eye service, only when watched, ^o8, 

4m; with borrowed plumes, as when one uses the clothing of 

another. 
c8, 3c, 3c, V. the same as '^\o^) 3c, 2c. 
c, 3c, Ic, V. to have many friends, used in a good sense, as of a. 

clever person, or in a bad sense, as of a prostitute. 
'acoojvc, 3c, Ic, Ic, Ic, v. the same. 
->?, 3c, 3m, V. to have a bashful, modest face. 
88, 3c, 4m, n. a surface, superficies. 
85oo'[38, 3c, 4m, Ic, 4m, n. a full, handsome face. 
yoSj 3c, 4c, n. breadth, width. 
(Sd, 3c, 5c, 71. the face of the sky. 
cSdS, 3c, 2o, n. the forehead. 
cSd^c8<S, 3c, 2o, 3o, n. a smooth, shining forehead, a bald 

forehead. 
cSdj, 3c, 3c, n. a cutaneous disease appearing in a dark spot on 

the face. 

^'>^, 3c, 4o, i>. to be full-faced. 

(^^Soon^^, 3c, 4o, Ic, 4o, V. the same. 
% 3c, 3c, V. to blush. 

^Sy^ScSSoi?, 3c, 4o, 3c, 4o, 4c, n. the early dawn, morning. 

5, 3c, Ic, V. to be of a sad, hopeless countenance. 

00]^, 3c, 2c, Ic, 2c, z;. to be unacquainted with, not familiar 

with. 
CX)8, 3c, 4o, V. to have a long face; n. length. 



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^cioo8oa*|Oo8, 3c, 40, Ic, 4o, v. the same. 

^oo8co6co8, 3c, 4o, 2c, 3c, v. the same as c^ooS, 3c, 4o, 1st def. 

cS, 3c, 2c, f. to have a large face; to have many friends, to be 

distinguished; opposite to c]^c8.S, 3c, 5m; acicS^wjcS, 3c, 
5m, Ic, 2o. 
08001008, 3c, 2c, Ic, lo, V. the same. 

CD9S, 3c, 4or n. a sample, also a specimen of goods placed on 
top, while the inside of a bale or package is poorer in quality, 
a deceitful appearance, ^oSc9Sc"[co^, 4m, lo, 3c, 4o. 

c8.8, 3c, 5m, r;. to be in a humble and obscure station in life; 
to have few friends. 

^-c8oo|cS, 3c, 5m, Ic, 2o, v. the sam. 

0898, 3c, Ic, n. the surface of the earth* 

CO, 3c, 5c, V. to change countenance; to have a change of 

countenance from any cause, as fear or illness. 

C09C|0|, 3c, 5c, 3c, 2c, v. the same; sometimes "[, 2c, is used 

for o|, 2c. 

co', 3c, 4o, V. to be pitted with the smallpox. 

co'''[c8:6, 3c, 4o, 3c, 4m, v. the same. 

c86', 3c, 3o, V. to be smooth-faced; to be light, vain; to speak 

or act like a buffoon. 

c85aacoo|, 3c, 3o, 5c, 5c, v. to be immodest, shameless in 

deportment. 

c8(Soo|co^, 3c, 3o, Ic, 3c, v. the same as 9C|c8(5, 3c, 3o. 

0'>Soo"[0'8, 3c, lo, Ic, lo, V. to have a sweet, smiling coun- 
tenance. 

(p, 3c, 4c, n. the upper part of the ridge of the nose. 

y^'^cjjpoS, 3c, 4c, 3c, 5o, n. the same. 

J">c8c8,3c, 5o, 3c, 3c. v. to look somewhat gloomy in coun- 
tenance 

y, 3c, 3o, V. to have a pale countenance, through sickness or 

fear. 

yo5, 3c, 2o, V. the same. 

^8, 3c, 2m, V. to be wrinkled in the face, as from age. 

S^^'^^lJil' 3c, 2m, 3c, 2c, v. the same. 

jS"> 3c, Ic, 3c, n. evening twilight. 



360 'aBS'sBS 

^cijj^^ooicj, 3c, le, Ic, lo, v. vide 9C|o^'>c]o1 3c, 5c, 3c, Sc. 

(a>]9i 3c, ^c, 3c, 4c, V. the same as ocj^S, 3c, 2ni, 

^^f 3c, 4o, n. the front part of the house; a family, house- 
hold, including goods; housework; y3>S'>c]8'>S, 4o, 3c, 
4o. 

9'>S'>c|co5', 3c, 4o, 3c, 4c, n. the same. 

/aQ/a^'oo] ja6"0'>^, 3c, 2c, lo, Ic, 2c, 5o, adv. shamelessly. 

yao'^S, 3c, 3o, v. to have a sorrowful, dejected countenance. 

j3(3'>S'>c|^'>S, 3c, 3o, 3c, 2c, V. the same. 

^ci8, 4c, n. *>, 4c, a rice field, made so as to be irrigated, a 
lowland rice field. 

Q^fi>'j 4c, 3o, 2o, n. a rice field made in terraces on a moun- 
tain side. 

5X*^'> '^^ ^^' ^*^' ^- ^^^ same. 

^C^i, 4c, part, polite imperative particle, with a slightly falling 
tone, 6th tone (see Introduction,). 

9C]t. 4c, V. (K.) to abuse in words, scold, revile, vide CO^, 2c. 

>Cl|/oo^, 4c, 2c, 3c, n. a malignant pustule which generally ap- 
pears on the back. 

98S, 3c, V. *oc^, 3o, to administer a charm, seek to put under 
the power of a charm, 00, 3c. 

ac, 3c, 2o, V. to deprive a person of power by means of charms. 

o8, 3c, 5c, 5c, 'i' ( S ^ ? ) departure into a wilderness, 
giving up the world with all the benefits and pleasures of 
social life, forsaking one's usual companions, 

OCoooS, 3c, 3o, V. (sS* tS B.) to harass, annoy, oppress, persecute. 

^^co8, 3c, 5c, 4c, w. (2>3DQ jot P.) a support, guide, something 
to lean on, as a teacher or an interpretation. 

^So'^, 3c, 2o, n. (fgOf P-) nigban, nirvaiia, annihilation. 

^ff'oT, 3c, 2o, 2c, n. ( ttooS P. ) a religious crier, one 

who calls to worship. 

^800, 5c, 5c, n. /^g P.) permanence. 

o^^X)00, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. I Soooooi P. ) the interpretation of an 
original text. 

ocS. 4m, V. *'>c^, 4o, (afS* B ) to press down or on. 

'^h'i^B. 4o, 4o, adv. used with -^^B, Im, very soft and sticky. 



oSS 861 

o8S, 3c, V. to hold off, be unwilling to do, because of the delin- 
quency or the inability of another to do, cg/b, 3o. 

o8S, 5c, V. (2<^ B.j to be low, used with </3|S, 2c, 5yio^e jg^S^SS, 
2c, 5c. 

^, Im, n. *'>c5, lo, the crop or craw of a bird; c^O] o8, 4c, 
Im, the goitre. 

085, 2m, n. *'3cS, 2o, a water insect, SioSS, 4o,2m, (Mason) 
helostuma indica. 

Q^Z, 2m, r. *^>c 2o, to thrust through or into by pressing, as a 
knife through a slice of wood; to pierce by pushing. 

c8, 2m, 4o, V. the same. 

086, 2m, V. *cS, 2o, to use one s goods towards the discharge 

of indebtedness. 

o, 2m, 3c; o^-aSS'goS, 2m, 3c, 2m, 2c; o^S, 2m, Ic, v. 

the same. 
yagS, 2m, Ic, v. to take a person's goods towards the discharge 

of his indebtedness. 
^S, 2m, V. *^cS, 2o, to lean against with the hand, or a cane; 

to rest by leaning upon the hand. 

oo6, 2m, 5c, V. the same, 

o8S, 3m, n. *'>cS, 3o, the tea plant. 

o5, 3m, 4c, n. the green undried tea sold in markets. 

8S, 3m, 3o, n. the dried leaves of the tea plant. 

o8S, lo, V. *c>c, lo, to be distressed in mind, annoyed, vexed; 

(K.)4m. 

c6, lo, Ic; c^oSSc'o'i', lo, Ic, lo, 4c, v. the same. 

^S, lo, V. (K.) to turn up, as the hand, vide c8S, 3o. 

o8, 2o, adv. (oo|S B.) forcibly, contrary to another's will, ^oS 

c6'8o5'8S, 4m, 5o, 4m, 2o. 
8S, 3o, n. a fish trap; a large net for catching fish, a seine. 
^6, 3o, V. *c, 3o, to bend out or project forwards, as a man 

walking with his shoulders thrown back; to bend out of its 

proper form, as a leaf dried in the sun. 

28, 3o, 4c, V. to bend the fingers backward. 

o88, 3o, a. (K. and C. S.) red, vide c8S, lo. 
^6, 4o, n. dew, ^c', 4o, (b.V 
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862 ^(Sc898(5^8 

^Sc^, Im, n. *9C^, lo, that which when touched causes the 
spring of anything to move, the triggei", as of a musket or 
crossbow. 

coScSo^oo, Im, 3o, 4c, Ic, n. a latch. 

c8f, lm,5c, n. a valve. 

o8cS, Im, n. *oc^, lo, an excrescence on the flesh, a mole 

98cS, 5m, V. (K.) to squeeze, grind, inde "^cjS, 3c, and ^c^, 5o. 

98cS, 2o, V. *C98, 2o, to be clever, skillful, able; to be stubborn. 

o8cS, 2o, odtJ. very, exceedingly. 

'>c|, 2o, 2c, arft;. <A *a77i. 

^cS, 3o, n. (K.) a border, boundary, vide c8c^, lo. 

Q^cp, 3o, t>. *9C9S, 3o, to be hard, not pliant; to be firm, as a 
well-built house; with cS, 2c, to be firm, unyielding; i 
be firmly of one mind. 

^cj, 3o, Ic, . to be thick, and stiff, like thick cloth. 

^ScS, 5o, V. * 9C9S, 5o, to squeeze between the thumb and fin- 
ger; to compress, crowd, cram, stuff; to be stuffed, ci-ammed. 

c8^, 5o, 4m, V. the same. 

Q^cS, 4m, V. *9CcS, 4o, to have the sensation of pricking numb- 
ness from non-circulation of the blood, or a blow. 

^c^, 4m, 3o; coS, 4m, 3o, v. the same. 

o8o5, 4m, V. to snap the fingers; to strike away with the thumb 
and finger; to strike with the finger in order to produce 
sound; to play on the harp, infreq., vide c8oB, 4m. 

-^SoS, 3o, V. *co5, 3o, to do quickly, swiftly, in order to finish. 

cp'>cc6c"0^, 3o, Ic, 3o, 4c, v. to have a sense of urgency; to be 
flurried in mind. 

OQcS, 3o, 3o, adv. quickly, in a disorderly, flurried manner. 
^^oS^SoSodS, 3o, 4m, 3o, 3o, v. to do swiftly, with urgency. 

-^SoScaiD, 3o, 3o, V. (^hcocS B.) to like, be pleased with, co.Sc^, 
2c Ic. 

o8o5, 4o, n. (K.) sunlight, vide c8oS, 2o. 

'>8'S, 3c, n. (K.) the earth, ground, vide cQo^, Ic 

vc, 3c, 3c, n. (K.) mineral coal. 

^86*, 3c, V. *'>c<S. 3o, to press downwards, 

o^'jS'>86'"^8, 3c, 2o, 3c, 4o, v. to ^ess and tread down the jungle. 



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^S, 4c, . (^ K, ) to be green, undried; to be green, immature, 
unripe; to be uncooked; to live, to be alive, vide c8<S, 4c. 

wtS, 4m, V. *c5, 4o, to insert a thing between two surfaces; 
to thrust through or into, as a pin in fastening cloth. 

c8S, 4m, 2m, v. the same as 2nd def. 

- 8^6, 4m, Ic, Ic, V. to keep the hair in position with a comb. 

^S, 5m, n. *'>C(S', 5o, a finger nail or a toe nail, 

c8^, 5m, Ic, n. a toe nail; a claw. 

^8, 5m, 4c, n. a finger nail. 

'sQS, 2o, n. *9qS, 2o, tweezers; (K.) 4o. 

ocw^S, 2o, 5c, 4c, n. a rude press for extracting oil. 

a8<S, 2o, V. *c<S, 2o, to fold, turn back; n. a portion or bundle 
of anything thus folded; a joint of the body; (K.j 4o. 

^S'ocfi, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. a name for nigban. 

o85, vide '3$. 

o88, 5c, 3c, n. (^8oS B.) a mark, sign, token. 

-88iSoo, 5c, 5c, 5c, a. (^^gg P.) created. 

oS^oo, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. (^^oo P.) hell. 

-aSS, 5c, n. the red cotton tree, or^^'o88, 3o, 5c, 5c. 

^8, 5c, n. *9c8, 5c, a finger or toe; the measure of the breadth 
of a finger. 

jdS, 5c, lo, n. the middle finger; middle toe. 

^', 5c, 3c, n. the little finger; the little toe. 

- c8, 5c, 5c, n. the fore finger. 

eg', 5c, 3c, n. the little finger; little toe. 

- o6, 5c, 4o, n. the ring finger; the toe next the little toe. 

cS-jS, 5c, Ic, n. a toe. 

"J^S, 5c, 3c, n. the measure of a finger's breadth. 

S8, 5c, 4c, n. a finger. 

J3g'^, 5c, 2c- n. the little finger; little toe. 

^8, Im, V. *'>cS, lo, to be soft, cohesive, sticky; to be tough; 
to be close-fisted, niggardly; with verbs of motion, to move 
slowly, with a retarded movement; (K.) 4m. 

c8, Im, 2c, V. to be close-fisted, niggardly. 

>88, 2m, V. *'8, 2o, to draw along; to persuade. 

jdv^ojSjdS, 2m, Ic, 3o, Ic, v. to lead, pull; to entice; coax. 



364. o^So^oS 

aSS, 3m, V. *c8, 3o, to seize, pull with a twisting motion. 

.>8, Ic, V, *9C'[, Ic, to go; to go away, (h.\. 

^cx)'Sco'Sod8, Ic, lo, 4c, 4c, v. to go from one's dwelling place. 

oc8, 2c, 5c, n. (28 P.) a book of directions, of which there are 
three kinds, viz., oow^^cS, 2c, 5c, 2c, 5c, relating to religious 
matters; cco^jd^ScS, 4c, 5c, 2c, 5c, relating to domestic 
matters; "[COo^cS, 2c, 6c, 2c, 5c. relating to civil matters. 

^a^coj, 2c, 2c, n. (coD B.) a sapphire. 

Q^, 3c, 71. *9\, 3c, a debt; (K.) Ic. 

-o^, 3c, Ic; "go5j 3c, 2c, n. the same. 

-"goS^oSw'j 3c, 2c, 3c, Ic, n. the same, (b.j. 

86, 3c, 3o, 71. an old debt, a debt of very long standing with- 
out interest. 

a^, 3c, a. (K.) good, vide c8, Ic. 

o, 3c, 71. a year, 8, Ic; (K. ) Ic. 

ovS, 3c, 2c, 71. the same. 

-a^, 5c, V. *'>Q, 5c, ( I B. ) to be young, delicate, tender; to be 
fine in quality, ^^c, 2c. 

'^^, 3c, V. *'>c.S, 3c, (^oSB.J to take away, take out, subtract. 

^ogS, 3c, 6c, V. to purge, to produce purging. 

OQcS, 3c, 3o, V. to take out; extract. 

3o5, 8c, 3o, V. to take out; dismiss. 

-^cw^S, 3c, 5c, 4c, V. to exorcise or charm away disease by the 
use of oil in an incantation. 

yaoS, 3c, Ic, v. the same as ^c.S, 3c. 

^-S, 3c, 2c, V. to extract; abstract as from a book. 

-^^EjdooS, 3c, 5c, 3o, n. (^oSooooS P.) a divine speech or utterance. 

'>^B'>8.S, 3c, 3c, adv. suddenly, abruptly. 

J^JS, 4c, 71. (K.) a bone, vide c^S, 2c. 

-^.8, 4c, V. *'>c.S, 4c, to rub together, to mix by rubbing, to 
knead. 

j^8'>9.Si^.S, 4c, 3c, 4c, 2o, v. to be mixed together in a filthy 
manner. 

jp, 4c, 2o, V. to be smeared with mud. 

- Op, 4c, Ic, V. to rub. 

"^^oS, 4c, 3o, v. to knead, as dough. 



'^SoD* 86fl 

oci^cfo-sS, 4c, 5c, 0. to knead together. 

'^S, 2o, V. *'>c, 2o, to be deaf; to be dull, stupid, stubborn: 

(K.) 4o. 
o^-\, 2o, Ic, V. to be dull, stupid; stubborn. 
'^S, 5o, n. *c,S, 5o, a bird. 

jDoS, 5o, 2o, n. the partridge, a^o -^^.Sco*, 5o,4o. 
/jjco', 5o, Ic, 4c, n. the cormorant. 
^S, 5o, 6o, n. the small hornbill. 
SSf 5o, 2m, n. the small mina bird. 
j^Bj:>S, 5o, 2o, 2o, n. the concave hornbill or toucan. 
OoS, 5o, 4o, n. the bulbul, sometimes called oo^coSo, 5o, 8c, 

5c, because the venders of o, 5c, the betel leaf, rise in the 

morning at the time of its call. 
jd8oo>S, 5o, 2c, 3o, n. the lined barbet. 
>88, 5o, 4c, n. a species of dove. 
- .S8o8, 5o, 4c, 4c, n. a kind of bird. 
--Q'^JiX'. 5o, 5c, Ic, n. the adjutant. 
syi, 5o, 4c, n. (K.) a plieasant, vide /3''S|, 2c, Ic. 
"S8, 5o, Im, n. the parrot. 

68006*06, 5o, Im, 4o, Ic, n. the black-billed parrakeet. 
oSjd'^ScSS, 5o, 2o, 3o, lo, 71. the pink-eared bulbul. 
- -soS^o^S, 5o, 4c, 3c, n. a bird so named because the time of 

its call is the time for digging for the scarab beetle. 
"o, 5o, 3c, n. the quail. 
- -goS-oS, 5o, 2c, 2c, n. a kind of bird. 
coSc6,S, 5o, 3o, 4m, n. the Indian barbet. 
coS, 5o, 5o, n. the turkey. 
C080, 5o, 3c, 5c, n. vide oqSj^cS, 00, 4o. 

coSo'sS, 5o, 3c,, Ic, n. a yellow bird, the size of a mina. 

C08, 5o, 2o, n. the demi-egret, a very common bird frequent- 
ing rivers and marshes. 
coS, 5o, 2c, n. the sparrow. 
coo|, 5o, 2c, 2c, n. the field sparrow. 

OOOoS, 5o, 5c, 3c, n. the dial. 

o38, 5o, 4o, n. the king crow, long-tailed edolius. 

00*, 5o, 4c, n. the green bee-eater, also o^SooS, 5o, 4c. 



866 ac.So' 

9C^oj, 5o, 3c, n. the dove. 

o^S^o6, 60, dc, 8c, n. the ring dove. 

ogS, 60, 4ic, n. the green bee-eater, also -a^^OD', 5o, 4<c. 

ogScoD^, 60, 3c, 4c. n. the cuckoo. 

og6c^8, 60, 2c, 4o, n. the hoopoe, also 9^^cg'^8, 5o, 3c, 4c. 

og'^5, 60, 2c, lo, n. the woodpecker, also ^^.Soo'oS, 5o, 2c, 

3o. 
og'-^S' 5o, 8c, 4c, n. i;i(fe 9^.8cg6c88, 5o, 2c, 4o. 
C2\S, DO, 2c, 3o, n. t^tf ^^.Scg'j^S, 5o, 2c, lo. 
ocjo, 5o, Ic, n. a bird belonging to the sub-family of garru- 

lacinaSf babblers. 
'acS.g^ 5o, 4o, Ic, n. a kind of bird, 
96c8cp, 5o, 4o, Im, n. a king fisher, also 9^ScoS(c^, 5o, 

4o, Im. 
o8y^S, 5o, 2c, 3o, n. an earthen whistle made in the form of 

a bird. 

00, 5o, 3c, n. the yellow-breasted green pigeon, 

ol8^S, 5o, 4c, Ic, n. the paradise edolius. 

Oob, 5o, 2c, n. a kind of small bird very troublesome in the 

rice fields. 
Sg, 5o, 2o, 5c, n. the nightjar. 
^'"y S, 5o, 2o, 3o, n. a kind of bird, phylloscopus ^ of which 

there are many varieties. 
^J6.S>^8, 5o, 2o, 3o, 2o, lo, n. the tailor bird. 

^X' ^' 1> " the sparrow that constructs a hanging nest. 
ODC, 5o, 4o, n the white heron. 
Ooc^^, 5o, 4o, 3o, n. a snipe. 
c88, 5o, 3m, n. the kestril, o8Scg^, 3m, 2c. 
CA^c, 5o, 4c, n. the peacock. 

ogSj^i^^ 5o, 2c, 3o, rt. the wagtail. 

coScocp, 5o, 4o, Im, n. vide '>^-S'cSc8c^, 5o, 4o, Im. 

CO , 5o, 4o, n. a partridge. 

aj^C./^cp, 5o, lo, 3o, n. the honey sucker. 

oh, 5o, 5c, n. t^de .o'-^, 2c, 5c. 

o>, 5o, 3o, n. the parrot. 

5"'. 5o, 00, n. a screech owl, mde jd'c8'>Sc88, 2c, Ic, Im. 



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>c5ja88, 5o, 3m, n. the large mina bird. 

jsQcScSo, 60, 2o, 5c, n. the swallow. 

-acS, 3c, V. *9c8, 3c, to put on clothes, dress, to wear clothes, 

% Ic. 
oo8j;88, 3c, 5o, 3o, t>. to wear the Burman petticoat around 

the loins, having the breast uncovered. 

ooS^^, 3c, 5o, 4o, V. the same as '>c8y6/B, 3c, 5o, 4o. 

0'>S, 3c, Ic, V. to clothe another. 

o5, 3c, So, V. to wear long clothing; to trail. 

y8^S, 3c, 5o, 3o, V. the same as oc6oo8j!8S, 3c, 5o, 3o. 

98^39^, 3c, 5o, 4o, V. to wear the Burman petticoat so as to 

cover the breasts. 
9cS, 3c, n. phonetic couplet of 9cS, 5c, a younger brother or 

sister. 
9cS, 4c, V. *'S, 4c, ^ sSg B. ) to be weak, exhausted, to have 

the stiffening taken out, as of starched cloth. 
' jp'ScScQ'sS, 4c, 2o, 4c, Ic, v. to be softened as the earth after 

rain. 

c^, 4c, Ic, V. to be weak, exhausted in mind or spirit. 

c^O'sSc^, 4c, Ic, 4o, Ic; c^^-aSc^, 4c, Ic, 3o, Ic, v. the 

same. 
o^S, 2o, V, i, *9c8, 2o, to depend, hang down, to sag, bend down; 

V. t. to pull down, bend down; to stay with a rope. 
occS, 2o, V. to be weak, exhausted, used with W'^^, 3o. 
occSoccp, 4o, 4o, adv. with a trembling, oscillating motion, as 

leaves or branches blown by the wind, 
^ccp^c', 4o, 4o, adv. the same. 

occ^-^c', 4o, 4o, V. to be full-clustered, as a stem of flowers. 
c>o5, 4c, V. *^coS, 4c, to be fresh and plump; to be stout, large 

for one s age, to be unwithered, as vegetables. 
ot', 4c, 2c, V. the sam. 
9Co5, 2o, n. *'>'oS, 2o, the beard. 

J38, 2o, 4o, w. chin whiskers. 

- K, 2o, 3o, n. side whiskers. 

"OtS, 2o,2c, n. a mustache. 

oo'yp6', 2o, loj 4c, n. a thin line of whiskers. 



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ocoSgS, 2o, 5c, n. a curved and pointed mustache. 

ooS, 2o, 3c, n. a long shaggy beard. 

dS, 2o, lo, n. the mustache when heavy at the ends, but very 

scant in the middle. 
ocoS, 3o, V. *'>>oS, 3o, to knead with the hands, to mix together 

and assimilate by kneading; to reduce to small particles. 
acoSogcDj, 3o, 3o, Ic, Ic, v. to rub to pieces. 
(io'^S, 3o, 5c, V. the same as '^coS, 3o, 1st def. 
9G>^, Ic, n. a swelling or blotch, as one caused by the bite of a 

mosquito. 
^c^S, 3c, n. *'c'^, 3c, the product of the red cotton tree, OO'^S 

o88, 3o, 5c. 
''>$, 4c, V. *>">?, 4c, ( S^8 B. ) to be weak, exhausted from 

fatigue, illness, or the effects of medicine, vide c^oS, 4c. 
c6, 4c, Ic, V. to be troubled, discouraged in mind, ocaSc^o^c 

c8, 4c, Ic, 4o, Ic. 
88, 4c, 5o, V. to be exhausted through hard work. 
-^c^S, 4o, V. *9C'>S, 4o, to be fine, sleek, smooth, soft, as fine 

hair. 
-O^, 4o, Ic, n. fine, soft, cleaned cotton. 
'3c6', 3o, V. *'i^S, 3o, to bend down, to pull down: to be bent 

down. 
coB, 3o, 4o, V. to be bent down. 
-sccS, 3o, V. *'>c(S, 3o, to move, wave up and down, as a branch 

of a tree, as, -a^ ?ctS'.g^SjD'>ScS^8.86o^c^'', 3o, 3o, 5c, 2c, 

3o, lo, 2c, 4o, 4o. 
'iQ^. vide -ao. 

ocS, Ic, p. to overspread, cover, as a column of smoke; (K.) 4c. 
-^cS, Ic, V. to be noisy, as, oSS'oSja^'sSo^Scw^c^, Im, Ic, lo, Ic, 

4c, 4o, used in composition. 
'>c8. Ic, V. *'i^\, Ic, to be sticky, a corrupt form for -aSS, Im. 
-acS, Ic, V. to be happy; adv. intensive, used with ^, Ic; (K.) 

4c. 

c6, Ic, Ic, V. the same. 

"^cS, 4c, V. (Ss B.j to exhort, urge, stir up to action. 
Oo9, 4c, 2c, V. ( Co5 B. ) the sam. 



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0^8, 4c, i;. part. (K.) a verbal affix soKciting eicquiescence, vide 

coc^, Ic. 
Q', 2c, V. *">, 2c, to be young, soft, delicate; to be fresh, un- 

vvithered; (K.) 4c. 

oc, 2c, 5c; "^cp, 2c, 3o, v. the same. 

'^c>S, 2c, 4c, V. to be very tender and handsome. 

^-S, 2c, 3o. V. to be stout, large, as a child. 

oc, lo, V. *0>, lo, to smell, to receive scent, to smell of; (K.^ 3o. 

- .S^'J^S, lo, 3o, lo, 4o, v. to kiss. 

coSy lo, 2c, V. the same. 

ootS, lo, 2o, V. to follow a scent, as a dog. 

cooS, lo, 2c, V. the same as oq, lo. 

co6''2'oS, lo, 4o, lo, 2o, V. the sam as -a^^'^^/jS, lo, 3o, 

lo, 4o. 
5)o5> lo, 2c, V. the same as -^^oooS, lo, 2c. 
9^, 4o, n. ^oc, 4o, a breast, udder, 'SC'^, 5c, 4o, milk. 

x>, 4o, 5c, V. to have the breast so full of milk that it causes 

pressure. 

CO, 4o, 2c, V. to be full-breasted. 

0^85, 4o, 2c, 3o, 7?. to begin to fill out, as the breast of a girl. 

6o|, 4o, Ic, n. vide o^^'sS, 4o, Ic. 

" gS, 4o, 4c, n. the rounded centre of a gong. 

'jO'8, 4o, 4o, V. to hang down, as the breast of an aged woman. 
?*^j 4o, Ic, n. a stalactite of large diameter, whereas C'^c^ 

8'??, 4c, Ic, is a long slender one; any pendent rock 
/, 4o, 5c, n. the breast; only used to or by children. 
->, Ic, n. **'[, Ic, a rat or mouse; (K.j 4c. 
08, lo, lo, n. the white-bellied rat, o^ogS'o8, Ic, 5c, lo. 
^'>S, Ic, 3c, V, to be affected with cramp or spasms. 
coScj, Ic, 5o, 2c, n. the musk rat, musk shrew. 
cgS8, Ic, 5c, lo, n. vide '>^8, Ic, lo. 
<^^, Ic, 5c, n. a kind of rat which burrows in the paddy fields. 

00', Ic, 4c, n. a rocket. 

Oo'cooo8, Ic, 4c, 4c, Ic, n. a small firework consisting of a 

palm leaf wrapper filled with powder, which explodes with 

a sharp report. 
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870 ao^ 

^^cSd'oo-^S, 1<c, ic, Ic, n. a rocket with a long stick. 

cSd'coo^, Ic, 4c, Ic, n. a rocket resting upon a support and 

producing a revolving motion when fired. 
Oo'88S, Ic, 4c, 4o, 3c, n. a rocket which revolves when fire is 

applied. 
cSo'cSaSoSS, Ic, 4c, Ic, Im, n. a thing made of : eds and mud, 

which produces a whizzing sound, when propelled through 

the air. 

o5, Ic, Ic, n. the black jungle rat. 

j^J5, li, 3c, n. ( K. ) an ordiiLary squirrel, vide og'>S(j^5, 

3c, 8c. 
c, 3c, V. (K.) to look, behold, vide co, Ic. 
9Q, 3c, V. (K.) to try, used in composition, vide CO, Ic. 
9C, 8c, V. part. (K.) an imperative affix, vide CO, 4c. 
9C09S, 3c, 4c, V. part. (K,) a future verbal ending, vide C0O'S, 

4c, 2c. 
9C0S, 4c, 4c, V. (icoSB.) to be tender, delicate. 
caS, 3c, int. a particle calling attention to, or pointing out an 

object. 
caS, Id, v. *'>'[, Ic, to show; ^K.) 4c. 
OO^cS, lo, 3o, 2c, V. to produce evidence. 
cxptSoSo^, lo, 4o, lo, 2o, V. to motion with the lips, both in 

a good and a bad sense. 

008, lo, 4o, V. to guide. 

- C30| 38, lo, Ic, 4c, V. to show the fist, to spar. 

ooicaSooS, lo, 3c, lo, 4o, v. the name as oSooS, lo, 4o. 

ci, lo, 3c, V. to show the face; to appear before authority. 

acioSooi, lo, 3c, lo, Ic, V. the same. 

-o^, lo, Ic, V. to show by way of instructing. 

006, lo, ^, 2o, V. to show the quality of an article by sample. 

(g^cSiS, lo, 2c,3c, V. to reveal some divine communication. 

(X\ti lo, 4c, V. to show. 

26, lo, 4c, V. to make signs with the fingers instead of using 

language; to make signs with the hand to enforce silence. 
cS, 2o, n. **[, 2c, (fcoS B.) a part of a kingdom, a province. 
8, 2o, V. part, an interrogative affix- 



9c 871 

, 4<o, n. *9C1, 4c, a wind instrument with holes in the side 

and a spreading mouth. 
- 'Oa\, 4fO, 6c, 2c, n. (Cp B.) a kind of wind instrument, a bugle, 

a French horn used in camp. 
C98, 4o, n. *9C'[, 4c, (^^8 B.) a rule, precedent, meumer, method. 
ODIOO"!, 4o, 8c, ICj n. a prescription. 
c88i>9S, 4o, Im, Ic, adv. in like manner. 

a^OQcS, 4o, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. ( poco B.) a rule, law. 

c^, 4o, V. *9^, 4c, to censure, blame. 

c&ScaSog^, 4o, 4c, 4o, 4c, v. to scold continuously, habitually. 

c8c9So^, 4o, 3c, 4o, lo, V. the same. 

CoS, 5o, V. *9C, 5c, to press the finger on and take up, to cause 
to adhere to the finger by pressing upon, as a grain of rice. 
/3q8, 5o, Ic, V. the same. 
*c', Ic, flkfo. thus, as, c^8c', 60, Ic. 

c6, Ic, So, adv. die introductory words of most Shan books, 

prefacing what is to come, sometimes Ic, 4o; (K.) 4c, 3o. 
9C', 2c, n. a kind of squirrel. 
c', 3c, V. *oS, 3c, to be made soft by some process; to rise up 

soft, be puffy; to melt, as frost. 
oo(Soo<S, 3c, 2o, 2o, 0. to be swollen, puffy. 
880^8, 3c, 5o, 5o, V. the same. 
-00*, 3c, 3o, V. to fall apart, lose its cohesion, as a bail of sticky 

rice put in water, 
O 88088, 3c, 5c, 5o, 5o, V. to be so wet as to break open, as rice. 
c', 3c, 0. ( K. ) to get, obtain; verbal prefix, denoting past 

axrtion; verbal affix, denoting ability, can, vide co*, 3c 
9C*, 3c, adv, (K. andC. S. ) forcibly, contrary to another's will, 

vide ^6, 2o. 
oc', 3c, adv. here, as, JDj-X"*, 3c, 3c; opposite 0/ jdjoc-^S, 3c, 3c. 
9c', 4c, n. a jackal, used in composition, i'>c', Ic, 4c. 
c', 4c, n. a couplet for ^, 5c, as, 5^'>c.8^'>c', Ic, 5c, Ic, 4c. 
c', 4c, V. part. (K.j an assertive verbal affix, vide co', Ic. 
c', 5c, a. this; opposite of oc^S, 5c. 

oc*, lo, V. *'>c, Ic, to include; to have reference to; to salute a 
person living at a distance, as, oo^-ac', 5c, lo. 



37^ c^^JS 

oc'co, To, 4c, V. to implicate another person. 
-:, lo, %c, V. the savie. 

cS, lo, Ic, V. to offer to distant spirits, seeking their blessing. 
c^ Lo, > ^K.) silk, vide co% So. 
ac', 2o, 7\ *>v, T!c, to strike, beat. 

oocScS, 2o, Ic, 2c, p. to strike with a sliding motion. 

c8cS, 2o, 5o, V. to strike, beat. 

^c', 3o, V. (K.j to be empty, vide co', lo. 

^c', 3o, 3o, adv. (K.) in vain, uselessly, vide co'co', lo, lo. 

jc', 3o, adv. (K.j only, alone, xnde o', 4c. 

c*, 4o, n. *o, 4c, a grandmother; a respectful appellation for 

any aged famnle; (K. ) 6. 
^S, 4o, 4c, 11. a female who builds and consecrates a monastery. 

"oS. io, lo, n. a nun. 

oc8, 4o, 3c, n. a motherly old woman; a goody. 

o^h. 4o, Ic, n. (K.) vide oc'coS, 4o, Ic. 

cSd]|jd| 4o, 4c, 2c, n. a female who offers an idol, oic5o|8jO]^, 

3c, 4c, 2c. 
g"*^! 4o, 2c, n. a grandmother or great grandmother; a very 

respectful appellation for any very aged female. 
- CC^S, 4o, lo, n. an appellation for an elderly female. 
coS, 4o, Ic, n. a son's wife's mother, or a daughter s husband's 

mother, 
-ac', 4o, ?i. dew, mist, used in composition, qc-jc', 5c,4o. 
'^Q^, 4o, adv. very, (b. and in*'req.) as, -j^-^c', Ic, 4o, very many; 

(K.) >oco', 4c, 4o. 
cac \<SQSf 5c, 5o, V. to mix, mingle, mix together. 
C^ciC^S, 5c, 5o, adv. slowly, as a child walking. 
O^"^, Ic, V. part, a verbal affix soliciting awjuiescence. 
00^,20, n. *>c],2c, a sprout, shoot, as of bamboo; Jiff, applied 

to a god. 

CO, 2c, 3o, n. pickled bamboo sprouts. 

op. 2c, 3o. n. cooked bamboo sprouts. 
-^-^S, 2c, io, n. Vide ooSc^c^SS, 3c, 2c, 4o. 

yS, 2c, 5o, n. a withered, dead shoot. 

y8, 2c, 3o, w. dried, pickled bamboo. 



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C'^c']', 3c, v.part. vide C-^cY, Ic 

Cc?, 4c, n. the horn of a horn-shedding animal before it attains 
its yearly growth. 

"caSco^, 4c, lo, 2c, n. a slender stalactite or stalagmite. 
oo6, 4c, lo, n. a rhinoceros horn. 

CX3^, 4c, lo, n. the sprout of the palm fruit. 

.S?S, 4c, 2o, Ic, n. a long slender stalactite; a long pendent 

rock. 

80S, 4c, So, n. a rhinoceros horn, 
cac^, 4c, n. amber. 

^, 4c, V. *9c5, 4c, to be slow, sluggish; to be stupid. 

c88, 4c, 4o; ^c]^, 4c, \c, v. the same. 

^^, 4c, V. (K.) to be very late, as in the night, vide c85, 4c. 

^, lc,5y. *, Ic, to shake, move with a slow motion; (K.j 4c. 

'g'^5 Ic, 4c; c^pSj Ic, 5o, v. the same. 

^c, 3c, a. one. 

98s, 3c, V. *o'S, 3c, to cook by steam. 

-sSS, 3c, V. to put on clothes, to wear, vide -aoS, 3c. 

^, 2o, V. *'cS, 2o, to instigate; (K. j 4o, 

988, 2o, V. *'>c8, 2o, ^^S B.) to conquer, prevail forcibly; to 

compel against one's will; (K.) 4o. 
c8, 2o, Ic, V. to repress one's feelings, to do against one's will. 
cB^Sco^. 2o, Ic, 2o, 4c, V. the same, 
00.S, 2o, 3o, V. to force, compel. 
coScSco, 2o, 2c, lo,2c, v. to prevail forcibly. 
^S, 4o, V. *a8, 4o, ( |S B. j to compare; to make equal; to 

make weights equal. 
o^oS, 3c, V. *o'oS, 3c, to crush with a grinding motion, to bruise. 
o^i3^S^8, 3c, 2c, 4c, 3o, 4c, v. to crush, grind between the 

palms of the hands. 

c88, 3c, lo, v, to grind to powder. 

-^^S, 5c, V. **", 6c, to put or thrust into, as a ball of rice upon 

a dry curry, or something into a box. 
^8, lo, n. *^>cl, Ic, space above; north; prep, and adv. up, 

upon, above; fK.) 4o. 
ccSacaS, lo, Ic, 5c, conj. moreover, besides. 



374 '^S 

o88co59c', lo, Ic, 5c, cof^. the same. 

088, 40, n. (K j a species ofjicus, vide c^8, 2o. 

>88, 5o, n. *9C, 6c, flesh, the solid part of anything, as fruit. 

^cS, 5o, 4o, n. meat tied in a bundle. 

jp, 5o, 2c, n. the flesh of the posteriors. 
/3*, 5o, 2c, n. fowl's flesh. 

C0(99c8, 5o, 4c, Ic, 71. a piece of flesh with the skiu attached, 

used to signify that war is at hand. 
OOoS, 5o, Ic, n. the sirloin, also ^SoD^ScoS, 5o, Ic, Ic. 
0O9S9S, 5o, Ic, 4c, n. the tenderloin. 

00 1, 5 o, 3c, n. a condiment made of minced raw meat and 

chopped vegetables. 
00, 5o, 3o, n. chopped meat, cooked rice and oil mixed for 

eating. 
^00, 5o, 3o, So, n. the same after boiling. 
'i^\, 5o, Ic, V. to be of a gross, thick habit of body. 
a^'^aS, 5o, 2c, 3c, v. to grow up robustly, as a child; to 

have new flesh appear in a healing wound. 
8.ScSpS, 5o, 2c, 4c, n. flesh on the ribs or sides of an animal. 

gSS, 5o, 3c, Ic, n. the calf of the leg. 

ujd8, 5o, 2o, 3o, n. the same. 

u,Sj3^9S, 5o, 2o, Ic, n. the meat of a cocoanut. 

^, 5o, Ic, n. pork. 

', 5o, 3c, V. to have high temperature. 

', 5o, 5c, n. wood, the substance of wood. 

c8Sc8cp, 5o, lo, 2m, v. to be of a brown complexion, between 

white and black. 
c^oSc^^, 5o. 3o, 2c, V, to have a trembling sensation from 

fright. 
cSoScoS, 5o, 3o, Im, n. a blood relation. 

c^8, 5o, 4c, n. beef. 

5^8, 5o, 3o, n. dried meat, usually beef. 

y^, 5o, 2c, n. a web, cloth in the loom. 

^.o, 2c, n. *'32S, 2o, the hump between the shoulders of a cow; 
the protuberance on the shoulder of a porter, 9^^w|, 2c, 
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9^5, 3c, n. *'3&, So, the outside; prep, and adv outside, outside 

of. 
coS^c', 3c, Ic, 5c, conj. moreover, besides. 
0\, 3c, 2c, n. all the year not included in lent. 
S, 3c, 40j adv. out-doors. 
ocJS, 4c, f. * 38^, 4o, to press or grind to pieces, as medicine 

in a cup; to dissolve in a liquid. 
^, 4c, 2o, V. to rub or grind dust and a liquid into a paste, 

to "make clay." 
- 008, 4c, 4c, V. to soak a dried edible moss. 
-accBoS, 4c, 5c, 5c, v. to soak pounded chillis. 
- -^cSS, 4c. oc, 5c, V. to soak cakes of ink. 
9cS, 4c, V. *'i^S, 4o to shake slightly, trans. 
aa'c3o8, 4c, lo, Ic, v. to shake the reins. 
'>^B, 4c, V. (K.j to be decayed, rotten, as wood, vide ja^, 5c. 
^c^Q^^, 4c, 4c, adv. (K.) vide co^co^, 2c, 2c. 
906, Ic, n. *'>8S, lo, a pond, body of water, natural or artificial; 

(K.) 4c. 
g^> Ic, Ic, n. Naung Waun, a small Shan principality south 

of Nam Kok. 
9^S, Ic, n. *'iQS, lo, pus; (K.^ 4c. 
c6, 2c, V. *^S, 2o, to have a dysenteric disease of the bowels, 

cgSj6, 5c, 2c. 
9^8, 2c, V. t. to su^)end, as an article by a rope; z^. i. to be suspended; 

to depend, hang down : ako used of ropes when employed to 

strengthen a mast. 
^8, 2c, 3m, v. to have the mind dwell on, to be attached to. 
"S^S, 2c, 2o, V. the same as "^jS, 2c. 
^Soo, 2c, 5c, n, (csoScx) B.) regret, repentance; v. to regret, 

repent of, be anxious for. 
s^Scoi, 2c, 2c, adv. (c^oScoo B.) afterwards. 

^, 3c, a. the inside of the bend of the knee, vide coS^S, 2c, 3c. 
9^, 4c V. *'>8S, 4o, to advance, rise as the water in a river. 
^^^^S-o', 4c, 4o, 4o, n. (K. j a mud hole frequented by buffaloes, 

vide J^S^.^^, 2o, lo, 4o. 
9^S. 5c, n, *>, 5o, one's younger brother or sister. 



876 og^^tS 

gS^occ8S, 5c, 4o, 4c, n. a younger brother or sister of one s 

wife. 
"9 P '5c, lo, n. the husband of a younger sister. 

oo^, 5c, 4-0, n. a younger brother. 

o6. 5c, 4o, 11. tlie next younger than one's self. 

^S, 5c, 3c, 71. the same as "^^S, 5c, 

S, 5c, 5c, 71. a younger brother's wife, a sister-in-law. 

o8S, 5c, -ic, n. a younger sister. 

oS-^S, 5c, 4c, n. the youngest brother or sister. 

/3Q^, 5c, 2c, n. a child of the same mother as one's self. 

^^^, 5c, 2c, 71. a baby. 

oc'^.odS, 5c, 3o, v. (q^ f)^ ^) ^ disturb, annoy. 

OcoS, 3c, 71. a tree of the dipterocarpai oe, oo-jS-^ooS, 3o, 3c. 

^oS, 4c, V. *'^oS, 4o, to be large and plump for one s age. 

- '^oS, 4c, 4c, V. the saTue. 

9C>S, \9, 71. *'28*S, lo, a maggot; (K.) 4c. 

^aS, 4c, V. *^>S, 4o, to be recumbent, to recline; to sleep; 

{K.)6. 
R^ '^'^S^, 4c, 3c, 4c, 2o, V. the same as oc^S^^, 4c, 2o. 
- ^S, 4c, 2o, t). to roll over and over, as a horse; to roll about 

in one's sleep. 
>o, 4c, 2c, V. to sleep side by side. 

vO, 4c, 3c, V. to sleep in a prone position. 

- voS, 4c, Ic, t). to sleep restlessly, to make a confused noise in 
sleep. 

oO, 4c, 3c, V. the same as -^g^Ctg, 4c, 3c. 

JS, 4c, lo, V. to keep by one's side when asleep, as a gun. 

c|jD'yO'2$, 4c, Ic, 2o, 4c, V. to sleep with the legs crossed. 

56*, 4c, 2o, V. to recline side by side. 
^-^, 4c, 2o, V. to sleep bent up. 
^oS, 4c, 4o, V. the game. 
^^, 4c, lo, V. to snore in sleep. 

odBS, 4c, 5c, 4o, v. to sleep on the side, 9^'>Sc8.8S, 4c, 3c, 4o. 
OO-Sc', 4c, So, lo, V. to sleep on the back, ^^SooS^', 4c, 

2o, lo. 
- -^ciS. 4c. 4, V. (K. j vide 9^^oo<S, 4c, 4c. 



o^^fS 877 

c-^O^S, 4c, 2o, V, to sleep most soundly. 

O^ScpS-sS, 4c, 4o, Ic, J2c, V. to sleep with the knees bent upwards, 

o^^^ScoS, 4c, 5o, 4c, lo, V. to sleep too much. 

cx>->S, 4c, Ic, V. to dream. 

coo, 4c, 2o, V. to sleep with extended arms and legs and un- 
covered. 

ccE, 4c, 4o, V. to die, polite, respectful language. 

cjo', 4c, 4c, V. to remain for seven days, surrounded by fires, 

after childbirth, according to Shan custom. 
8^ltj"|o5oo', 4c, 4c, Ic, lo, 4o, v. to sleep with the eyes wide 

open. 
g', 4c, 3c, V. to have the eyes shut from languor, thought or 

stupidity. 
c8t6, 4c, 2m, V. to sleep in a stretched out position. 
- *^S, 4c, 2cj V. to sleep restlessly, make a confused noise in 

sleep. 
- eg, 4c, 2c, V. to sleep much, soundly. 
co6*, 4c, 4c, V. to sleep. 
c8S, 4c, 5o, V. to lie down to rest, to rest from weariness, vide 

o^-^ScSc^, 4c, 3m. 
c8c^, 4c, 3m, 5y. to lie down in order to rest, without necessarily 

going to sleep. 

cotS, 4c, 4o, v. to sleep unsoundly. 

CoS, 4c, lo, V. to sleep soundly; to be difficult to wake. 

cocpjsw, 4c, 3o, Ic, V. to sleep together; to have sexual 

intercourse. 
oo', 4c, 3c, V, the same as o^oSopS, 4c, lo. 
co-^S, 4c, 4o, V. to lie prostrate; to sleep in a sprawling 

manner. 
0^oo''[, 4c, 5c, 3o, 5c, Ic, v. to lie with the leg-s bent up and 

much stretched apart. 
oo5/38oo5'S|, 4c, 3o, 3o, 3o, lo, v. to lie with the legs stretched 

apart. 

rZ, 4c, Ic, V. to sleep lightly, unsoundly; to doze. 

8, 4c, lo, V. the same. 

9S, 4c, 4o, V. to sleep very soundly. 
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^aSjoS, 4c, 4o, V. to settle, become clear as water. 

^aQ^,/3g, 4c, 4fC, Ic, V. to make a confused noise in one's sleep, 

to have nightmare. 
jWo'c^^S, 4c, ^, 2c, 3c, D. to awake before having slept enough, 

and with disinclination to be disturbed or to do anything. 
flQ|o8j30|"0|, 4c, 3c, 3o, 3c, Ic, v. to sleep with the legs stretched 

apart. 

JnSBS, 4c, Ic, 5o, V. to recline, take a recumbent posture. 

jC, 4c, 5c, V. to lie down quietly so as to go to sleep, used 

in exhorting children. 
j;86'S^cSd', 4c, 2o, 3o, 4c, 4c, v. to sleep close to the fire. 
jy^S, 4c, So, V. to lie down side by side. 
'9j'SC'>C:p, 5c, 5o, V. to bruise by rubbing between the fingers, 

SiS a flower. 
^(S, 2c, V. *^(S, 2o, to give, (respectful). 
9^^, vide -j^. 
o^, 4c, V. *9C, 4o, to bow down almost prostrate, crouch; to be 

abject through fear; to be low, mean; to take an attitude 

of defeat. 
j^, 4c, So; .g, 4c, 4c, v, the same. 
^', Ic, n. (K.) a mountain, vide co', Ic 
aj', 2c, n. (^B.) race, lineage, ^^8,40. 
^'^jS, 4c, 4c, adv. easily bending, ja^^S, 3o. 
^'''>^ 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 
^', 5c, V. *<>', 5o, to be small, c6^, 5m. 
o^, Ic, n. *->, Ic, the morning. 
^, \c, pr. (K.) which? vide eg, Ic. 
^, 4c, n. -sc, 4c, the inside; prep^ and a^t. in, into. 
c8'>C'>^^0, 4c, Ic, 4c, 4c, adv. in the possession of, or on a 

person, eis stolen goods. 
0], 4c, 3c, conj. although, nevertheless. 
0|^>C'>S, 4c, 3c, Ic; o'[c8c/3'i', 4c, Sc, Ic, Sc; O|oc8 

ccjd|, 4c, 3c, Ic, Ic, Sc, conj. the same. 
5^5, 4c, So, n. the dry season. 

j8, 4c, 5c, n. the rains, the rainy season. 

- 89^cSp'>8, 4c, 5c, 4c, lo, n. the same. 



oS^S 879 

g, 4c, V. (K ) to be dull of hearing; to be slow of apprehension, 

xnde c8S, 2c. 
^, Ic, V. *'', Ic, to be still, quiet, unmoved; to be composed, 

gentle; (K.) 4c. 

cS-^^CO] , Ic, Ic, Ic, 4c, V. the same. 

do, Ic, 2c, w. to be fine, nice, delicate, gentle. 
S, 4c, n. *9C, 4c, a spindleful of thread. 

'O^, 4c, Ic, n. the same. 

oS, 4c, n. *9C, 4c, the entada creeper; the seed of the entada 

creeper; a seed of the creeper used for playing games, a 

quoit, 
o?, Sm, V. '-sc. So, to have a bashful, modest face; (K.j 4m. 
c, 4o, V. *'ac, 4o, to be concave; to have a depression as a 

plain, to sag as a rope; w. a concave spot of ground. 
cS, 4o, 4o, V. the same as 2nd def. 

O 

The tenth letter of the Shan Alphabet and the first Consonant 
in the class of labials. 

o, 5c, V. t. OT i. *8, 5c, to overlay, lie upon, cover, as a plaster, 

or one tree fallen upon another. 
co<5, 5c, 4c, V. the same. 
OJ3c8, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. ( oooc8 P. ) natural state without modifies^ 

tion, nature. 
o5/500o5, 3c, 5c, 3o, . ( oooooc? P. ) a building set apart for the 

performance of certain priestly ceremonies or duties. 
o^J3c8, 3c, 5c, 5c, n. (oooc8 P.) vide o/5c8, 5c, 5c, 5c. 
oSo^, 3c, 3c, also 3o, 3o, adv. with a bubbling sound, cw^cSoS^ 

4c, 2o. 

8^8.8, 8c, 3c, 3c, 3c, adv. the same. 

oR, 4c, n. a form, mould, model. 

jdS, 4c, 2c, n. natural state, without modification; adv. a 

formerly, a^ usual, as heretofore, 
jDRySjaS, 4c, 2c, lo, 2c, adv. the game, 
8S, 4c, lo, n. a form, mould, model. 



880 oS 

O^, 4c, n. *BB, 4c, breadth. 

joS, 4fC, 3o, n. breadth; v. to be wide. 

'>cSc^c88, 4c, 3c, 3c, Im, adj. united, allied, being as one 

country. 

ooS, 4c, 4c, n. breadth; v. to be narrow. 

O'S^j'cScp, 4c. 3c, 4c, 2o, v. to roll on the beam the finished 

part of a web. 

Oo8, 4c, 4o, n. length. 

cS, 4c, 2c, n. the same as o5^5, 4c, 3o. 

c8.0, 4c, 5m, n. width; v. to be narrow. 

o, 4c, V. *3o, 4c, to erect, set upright as a post in a hole, to 

plant as a tree; to adorn, decorate by putting on flowers, 

o<Sg.S, 4c, 2c. 
/DcSoS, 4c, 5c, 4c, V. to perform a somersault. 

"SoS, 4c, 4c, V. to pitch heels over head. 
SoSop^, 4c, 4c, 4o, V. to fall headlong. 

S'75<|^o, 4c, 4c, 4o, adv. with the head down and feet up. 
CO], 4c, Ic, V. to fasten the eyes upon. 

gSo^oois, 4c, 2c, 4c, 4c, v. to adorn by putting on flowers. 
O^, 5c, n. *8^, 5c, a pumpkin. 

- 3?, 5c, 4o, n. a whitish pumpkin. 

'^^, 5c, 2o; ^, 5c, Ic, n. the same. 

cSS, 5c, lo, n. a yellow pumpkin. 

o-Sg, 5c, 5c, int. good, well, fortunate, as, o^Swllooo, 5c, 5c, 4c, 5c. 

o^ooo^oSooS, 5c, 5c, So, 3o, v. to have many full clusters or 
bunches, as flowers or fruit. 

o^, 2o, a. one hundred; (K.) 4o. 

<jh, 2o, n. *3.S, 2c, an opening, the mouth or opening of any- 
thing; the mouth; (K.) 4o. 

/5|, 2o, Ic, n. a crotch, a support made by fastening sticks, or 

posts together crosswise, so as to leave an open crotch, used 
in raising posts of houses. 

'>c], 2o, 3c, n. an opening before; prep, and adv. before. 

o-S, 2o, V. to speak, tell, cooS, 3o. 

o^, 3o. n. space, used in composition with '>c"|, 3c, '^g'S, 3c, &c., 
as, o.S^c|, 3o, 3c, space before; adv. before. 



o8jp^c 381 

oB, 3o, V. *oR, 3c, to put away, put aside; to make an opening 
as through a crowd; to skin, take off by skinning. 

3o5o', 3o, 2o, 5c, V. to clear a space, to make a barrier, as 

to clear away leaves in the forest to prevent fire from 
spreading. 

coSo^ooS, 3o,3c,3o, 4o, v. to explain the meaning of a book 

or of words, 
o^oo, 3o, 3c, n. (K.) a door, sometimes ooo,5c, 3c. 
oSBS, 2c, 2o, n. habit, custom. 
oSooS, 2c, 2c, adv. intensive, used with <^>S, 4c. 
oSooS, 3c, 3c, also 3o, 3o, adv. in pendent bunches or clusters, 

cg% 5c. 

05, 4c, V. *8S, 4c, to break down, fall to pieces, come to ruin. 
"oS, 4c, 2o, V. to break off, detach itself. 

CO, 4c, 5c; cooSc88, 4c, 5c, 4c, lo; co, 4c, 5o, v. the 

same as oS, 4c. 
o8, 5c, V, (K.) to be decayed, rotten, as wood, vide cSdS, 5c. 

06, lo, n. *85, Ic, a resting place, a place for encampment or 

assembly. 
"?]]*> lo 4c; c88, lo, 3c, n. the same. 

!>8, lo, 4c, n. a camp for bullocks. 

o5oo', lo, 4o, n. a hare, a rabbit; a chevrotain or small deer about 

the size of a large hare; fK.) 4o, lo. 
o5, 2o, V. *8, 2c, to be level as a tract of land; to be clear, 

cloudless, as, cSp'aSoS, lo, 2o, cSooS. 5c, 2o; n. an extensive 

plain, champaign; (K.) 4o. 
c8^, 2o, 3c, V. to be open, clear and smooth. 

c8'>Sc8ScS, 2o, 3c, 4o, Ic, V. the same. 

opS'SCls, 2o, 3o, 4c, n. an extensive rice field. 

OG|(p8, 2o, 5c, 5cj 2c, n. a bare plain, an open plain, a clear 

space. 

3^, 2o, 4m, V. to be flat, level; n. a plain. 

cSSvc, 2o, Ic, 5c, n. the surface of water, "face of the deep". 
c8S, 2o, 4o, V. to be clear, cloudless. 
co', 2o, 2o, n. the sea. 

5i"' ^' ^'^' ^' ^ pla,in between mountains. 



882 oo88oS 

oS8, 2o, 8c, V. to be level and cleared of trees and bushes. 
06, 2o, V. *86, 2c, used in composition with ooS, 3o. 
oo5, 2o, 80, V. to suspend over, hang over a frame. 

05, 80, n. *o6, 3c, the spleen of human beings, vide , 5o;^ 

(K. andC.S.) lo. 
Ji, So, 3c. V. to have an enlargement of the spleen. 
o8c|, 80, 3c, adv. and prep, before, in front of. 

06, 3o, n. used in composition with -08, 8c, as, "oSoS, 3c, 3o,- 

maize. 
o, 4o, n. *8S, 4c, (ooSjB.) ganja or bhang, sometimes <b, 4o^ 

(X)|JS, 3c, 80. 
oS, 4o, V. *8S, 4c, (o B.) to invite, vide ^S, 5c. 

cjooo, 4o, 3c; jj^S, 4o, 5c, v. the sam. 
ooojoo, 5c, 2c, 5c, a. (ooooo P.) visible, sensible. 

<^S, 5c, 2c, 5c, 3c, w. ( <^S P.) matter which perceives,^ 

i. e. an organ of sense. 

oc8, 5c, 2c, n. (ooS B.) a Mohammedan, a Mussulman. 

oa^8, 5c, 4c, n. (K.) a spirit which bewitches, vide cxpS, 3c. 

ooSoo-jOO, 3c, 2c, 5c, n. (ooooDX)P.) a breath inspired. 

ooSoo<g|8, 3c, 5c, 4c, n. (cgggos B.) a ruby or carbuncle, oSScSS, 
lo, lo. 

ooSoooD]!, 3c, 5c, 4c, n. a xylophone. 

ooSooj?, 3c, 4c, n. (<gooo8 B.) quicksilver, ^^^c8S, 5c, 4c, 4o. 

OoS, 4c, n. (K. and C. S.) amber, vide 0086, 5c, 4o. 

oo5, 4c, V. *8oS, 4c, to sweep; ( K. and C. S. ) to remove by- 
strokes with a stick or the hand, vide -goS, 2o. 

.88, 4c, 3m, V. to be entire, complete. 

cS, 4c, 3m, V. the same, 

8o5, 4c, 3o, V. to sweep or brush off. 

OoS, 5c, V. *8o5, 5c, to beat, strike, strike together, to butt, as, o' 
oo5, 4o, 5c. 

^-^S, 5c, 3o, V. to strike, slap one's posteriors, vulgar. 

09^5, 5c, 2o, V. the same as oo5, 5c. 

CO 0^6, 5c, 3c, 4c, V. to cast or sling. 

- -ac^, 5c, 3o, V. the same as oo5, 5c. 
- 80S, 5c, 3c, V. to throw a knife. 



oc88g 888 

ooScScp, 5c, 5o, V. the same as ocjS, 5c. 
ooS, 5c, V. *8o5, 5c, to turn, as a wheel, trans. 
.oS, 5c, 4o, V. to turn a spinning wheel. 
co, 5c, 3o, V. to turn a wheel. 

ooSScS, 5c, 4o, V. to roll up one's clothes about the waist. 
<io5, 2o, V. *8o5, 2c, to cut off with a sliding motion; to cut with 
a sickle, to reap; to cut, as with scissors; (K.) 4c. 

"oS, 2o, 3c, V. to reap rice. 

^8, 2o, 4c, V. to cut out clothing. 

o88, 2o, 3o, V. to cut grass. 

5^', 2o, 4c, V. to cut, as with scissors. 

oo5, 3o, n. (616 P.) an original text or reading. 

ooS, 3o, V. *8o5, 3c, to wind around, encircle; to suspend over, 

or hang over a frame; (K.) 3c. 
^S, 3o, 3c, n. a week; a circle of time, as between bazaars, 

or the time consumed in sending a letter and receiving an 

answer by return mail. 
o', 3o, 5o, V. to suspend over or hang over a frame. 

cStS, 3o, 3m, V. to wind around. 

OlooSc^, 3o, 2c, 3o, 4c, v. to wind around the neck and 

shoulders as women often wear their scarfs. 
56^' ^' ^^ '^' * complete a round or circuit, to entirely 

surround . 
ooS, 3o, V. (C. S.) to slip, vide go5, 3o. 
oo5o8, 3o, 4o, n. ( ooSaBS B. ) a round frame in which several 

drums are placed, the player standing in the midst of them. 
ooS8, 3o, 4o, 4c, 4o, n. the same. 
OoSw, 3o,5c, n. (oo5 B.) a large drum. 
oo5, 4o, n. *8o5, 4c, a smooth scar, vide 9c8, 4o. 
oc8,/j^0000, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. vide ysQ-a^ODcx). 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c. 
oc8^'Oo5, 5c, 3c, 3o, n. (oSeDoS P.) enmity. 

oco^OO^ScoS, 5c, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. (o8coc^ P.) conception, pregnancy. 
C.S, 5c, 5c, 2c, 2c, 2o, v. to be near delivery. 

09^' ^^ ^^' ^^' ^^' ^^' "^^ ^^^ same. 

ccB^S, 5c, 4o, 3c, n. ( ^OOiijCjIoS B, ) a window, (p^coc8:>S, 
4c, 4o, Im. 



384) oS'g'^0'3 

ocPoScSri, 5c, 5c. 9c, 2c, 2c, n. (o^^y)^o^ P.) intuitive knowledge. 

oc8cScS, 5c, 5c, 2m, n. (<->^P3'^ P-) assent, agreement. 

oc83^, 5c, 5c, 3o, 5c, n. (<->do o P.) variance. 

oc8oo5, 5c, 5c, 3o, n. (o8 oS P ) a duty. 

ocScSd^S, 5c, 5c, 2o, n. foecooS P.) knowledge, wisdom, 3Scp|, 

m,2c. 
oc8oo, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. ( o8<|[o P. ) comeliness, agreeableness, 

suitableness. 
oc8, 5c, 4c, n. ( ycS* B.) a bead or string of beads, ^oc8, 2o, 

5c, 4ic. 
OOpSwi , 5c, 2c, 2c, n. ^oq D P.) a kind of water lily; a fine white 

muslin, 
ooo, 5c, 3c, n. (K.) a aoor, vide cfo^Soo, 4c, Ic. 
uco5oo8o5, 5c, 2c, 5c, 3m, n. (ocooo^b P.) the sovereign of a 

division of one of the four grand islands, 
oco^ooi, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. ( ocoooo P. ) a kind of celestial tree, sup- 
posed to produce everything conducive to the happiness of 

life. 
ocSSooo], 5c, 3o, 5c, 3c, adv. vide ooc^Scoco-^, 5c, 3o, 5c, 3c. 
OCXJ^c]^, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. (ogso P.) the act of praying, or asking a 

favor of a divine being, 
ooow, 5c, 5c, 5c, a. (o^a P.) first. 
O0o8, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. ^oco8 P.j the earth. 
c^S, Ic, v. *3'>S, Ic, to give. 
j3o5o8cS, Ic, 4c, Im, v. to give happiness; to forgive, remit 

a penalty, pardon. 

oo5o'>fc8rS Ic, 4c. Ic. Im, v. the same, 

/3|, Ic, 3c, V. to pay. 

/3]o^'S)'>S, Ic, 3c, Ic, Ic, v. the same. 

JB^Soc', Ic, Ic, 4o, V. to nurse, give milk. 

n, Ic, 3c, V. to lend. 

jj^o^^uS, Ic, 3c, Ic, Ic, V. the same. 

vg], Ic, 2c, V. to send or cause to be conveyed by the hand of 

some person. 
"0/:p, Ic, 2o, 5c, 2o, v. to deliver over an inheritance. 
^<*Su'S8, Ic, 2c, Ic, Ic, V, to pay a yearly tax. 



ooSfS 385 

ooS'^aD^, Ic, 4o, 2c, V. vide o8jDoSd8cp, Ic, 4c, Im. 

SaS^], Ic, 4c, 2c, V. to give information, news. 

cooo-jS, Ic, 6c, 2o, v. (ocjS B. j to pay a small part in advance. 

c8S, Ic, 4c, V. to give on credit. 

c88, Ic, 3c, V. to name, call by a name. 

c^8, Ic, 3o, V. to give on credit. 

oo^ccS, Ic, 3o, 2c, V. to produce evidence, show proof. 

00c8, Ic, 5c, 5c, V. to warn, caution. 

oo, Ic, 4c, V. to confer a favor, give a reward. 
- ooo'>Sco6', Ic, 4c, Ic, 3o, V. the same, 

cp:>S, Ic, 2o, V. to suggest an idea or plan. 
oo5j5], Ic, 4o, 2o, v. to give advice. 

oo5^ooSo5, Ic, 4o,2o, 4o, Ic, v. the same. 

ooSooS, Ic, lo, Ic, V. to substitute; to pay in place of doingj 
to repay in kind, 

oo8c8, Ic, 4o, Ic, V. to give a blessing, to bless. 

CO, Ic, 2o, V. to punish, inflict punishment. 

QOj, Ic, 2c, V. to allot, assign a portion of work. 

oooS, Ic, 3o, V. to prescribe diet without medicine in cure of 
disease. 

Q^, Ic, 3c, V. to sell on credit, vide o'-^, 5c, 3c. 

y^j Ic, 4c, V. to exhort or bless a young person. 

cS^oSB, Ic, 3c, 3c, V. to pronounce a blessing by pouring wa- 
ter or oil on the head. 

cSd', Ic, 4c, v. to give an allowance made on alloyed silver in 
order to raise the value to the proper standard, 

wS/JODl^, Ic, 2c, 5c, 2c, V. to bless. 

|^8, Ic, 4c, V. to send, said of what others do; the opposite of 

O'jSvgl, Ic, 2c. 

c^^S, Ic, Ic, V. to offer, give alms, do a favor. 
;^'aSo>^oo^8, Ic, Ic, Ic, 4o, v. the same. 

TO^ooS, Ic, 3o, 2c, V. to bribe; to give a present. 

c8.Sy^, Ic, 3c, 2o, V. to send a love letter. 

c8, Ic, Ic, V. to assist, relieve; to praise, bless 

o*, Ic, 5c, V. to commit for keeping to some person or place. 
|j^6, Ic, 4o, V. to encourage, cheer, animate. 

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888 ooS<^o5 

of/aQ^l^o, Ic, 5c, 4c, v. to give a reward as the result of 

merit. 
/W'gS, Ic, 5c, 5o, V. to permit, authorize. 
/f8o5, Ic, 5c, 3o, V. to punish. 
'3^SJ|, Ic, 5c, 2c, V. to give an appointment. 
- /3Q\oc8, Ic, 2c, 3o, V. ( ooDOoS P. ) to suspend from church 

ordinances. 

^SQIwo, Ic, 2c, 5c, 2o, V. to give security. 

oaS, 2c, V. *8S, 2c, to twirl, twist, turn around, revolve; to 
run round, wind round; n. the hardened earth with which 
an insect closes up the hole which it has made; a knot in 
wood, ^cS, lo; a year, used with S, Ic; a time, o^So^co' 
cSd8, 2c, 3c, lo, 2c; (K.) 4c. 

iDCooi, 2c, 5c, 5c, V. to wind around as paper so as to form a 

funnel-shaped receptacle. 

j^eco^, 2c, 5c, 4c, r, the same. 

- /)8, 2c, 5o, V. to revolve about a vortex as an eddy. 

BS, 2c, 3c, V. vide oSc85, 2c, 3c. 

jd8, 2c, 4o, v. to turn a spinning wheel. 

'^^^j ~c, Ic, V. to draw out cotton and twist into thread 
with a spinning wheel, to spin. 

.ojo^S^^S, 2c, 2c, 2c, 4c, v. to go round and round; to loiter 

about as if desiring something, to hang around, 

"^^f, 2c, 3c, V. to ascend spirally, in a winding manner. 

c8S, 2c, 3c, V. to spin so .rapidly as to seem to be motionless, 

as a top. 

oo]JD^ 2c,lc,2c, V. to whirl and eddy, as water. 

oo|o|, 2c, Ic, Ic, V. to twist a strand or thread to such a degree 

that, if released, it will double upon itself. 
oo|c6, 2c, Ic, Ic, V. to be dizzy. 
ooS, 2c, 4c, n. the nave of a wheel. 
- 8S, 2c, 3o, V. to make one turn or revolution, as a year; to 

round out, grow full, as the breast of a girl arriving at the 

age of maturity. 
8o>ScS, 2c, 3c, 2c, 2o, v. vide o^Ct?, 2c, 2o. 

90S, 2c, 3c, V. to make a complete revolution as a wheel; to 



o^ 387 

turn a day, month or year, particularly the latter; to be 

above a year old. 
0'3^c<S, 2c, 2o, V. to walk about; to loiter about as if desiring 

something. 
cSd-jS, 2c, Ic, n. a circular flexure in the hair of animals, "g^, 

Ic; adv. with a whirling, revolving motion, as a whirlwind. 

9'3^, 2c, 4o, V. to turn round and round 

cStS, 2c, 3m, V. to go around a thing, to revolve. 

coS, 2c, 4o, V. to descend in a spiral or winding manner. 
jjXcJ, 2c, 3c, V. to encircle, surround. 

/3^oS, 2c, 2o, V. vide o'^Sjd.oo]^, 2c, 5c, 5c. 
ooScSjo], 2c, 5c, 2c, n. (o^oo P.) a wise man. 

O'sSooS, 2c, 4c, 71. a Karen tribe found in the southern part of 

Mong Pawn and the adjacent regions. 
0'>S'>c|, 2c, 2c, n. (o^O P.) a gift, present, used with co^c^S, 

3o, 2c. 
oS, 3c, n. *Qo^, 3c. an area measured off for cultivation, (p'o^sj^, 

3c, 3c, 3c. 
oS, 3c, V. t. *8S, 3c, to clinch; to squeeze out, express; to 

wring out, as clothes. 
JD, 3c, 4c, V. to feel one's way in the dark. 

jy^, 3c, 2c, V. to embrace, gather in the arms. 

s8, 3c, 3c, n. a ball of rice. 

c8, 3c, Ic, V. to restrain or hold a guard over one's feelings. 

cSc^Sco^, 3c, Ic. 3c, 4c, V. the same. 

cfo-jS, 3c, 5c, v. to press or squeeze with the hand. 

Co5, 3c, 5c, V. to lean on something, as in rising. 
QSulffS-ScS, 3c, Ic, 2c, Ic, lo, V. to seize or grip by the 

shoulder. 
o-jS, 4c, ( 6 ) n. C K. ) a roll, a bundle of twigs or withes, vide 

00, 4c. 
09?, 4c, n. *8oS, 4c, four fifths of a viss; eighty rupees. 
ooS, 4c, V. *8'?S, 4c, to be noisy, make a confused noise. 
ja^'^^cu] c<S, 4c, lo, 4c, 4o, v. the same. 
oaS, 4c, V. *3'>S, 4c, to put a wrapper around loosely, as a 

leaf around a flower in order to prevent it from w;ithering. 



388 oaSo^S 

ooS^c^, 4c, Im; ^5*1 ^^ ^c, v, the same. 

o^, 5c, V. to grasp with the hand, vide o^, 3c. 

o''*?, lo, n. *8w, Ic, a birth mark; any marks or spots on an 

aged Person. 
XO, lo, lo, /^ spots or marks, as on an aged person. 
oS, lo, V. (K.and C.S.) to hinder, put up a barrier, vide 006", 3o- 
caS, lo, n. (K.) the flat part of an object or instrument, as the 

blade of a knife, vide cBS, 3o. 
0>S, lo, n. *3^, Ic, a division of time; the time during which 

a person flourishes or reigns, an era. 
odS, lo, lo, V. to be middling, ordinary. 
oSwS, lo, lo, 4o, 4m, V. the same. 

~So^"0|, lo, 2c, lo, 2c, n. a period or division of time. 
o'3^, lo, V. (CS.\ to put a liquid on an article of food, vide 

co'jS, lo, 
098, 2o, n. *8?, 2c, ( 6 B. ) a kind of hemp plant; the fibre 

obtained from this plant; (K.) 4o. 
O"*?, 2o, V. to call on to witness, used in taking an oath. 
C^S, 3o, V. *8'$, 3c, to collect, as driftwood or grass at a dam; 

to line, as a basket or chest with paper. 
wSo'>^QS, 3o,3o, 3o, 4o, v. to be thickly settled, as a country. 
o-jS. 3o, v. *8'>S, 3c, to be blunt, not pointed. 
09^.8, 4o, 4c, V. to desire, to wish exceedingly to ^possess, to 

covet. 
O'^O, 4o, 4c, n. (^oSsooj B.) a garland, wreath of flowers. 
0'^'o'o'>S'>S, 4o, Ic. 4o. 4c. adv. with an irritated appearance, 

as a sore. 
o-^Soo', 4o, 4c, n. ( oSssb B. ) artificial flowers suspended for an 

ornament. 
0^008, 4o, 2o, n. an altar, place for offerings. 
o^fooS, 4o, 2o, 71. vide >S8oa8ooS, 2c, 4o, 2o. 
09S006', 4o, 3o, n. a slope or declivity, a side hill. 
0^006'co'*, 4o, 3o, Ic, n. the slope or declivity of a mountain. 
o-a^cSo'co', 4o, 2o, Ic. n. the same. 

o>SooS, 4o, 4c, n. (o%%co% B. ) a pole having a bunch of grass 
or flowers fastened to the end and set up by authority. 



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O^So^, 4o, 4o, adv. intensive, used with cS^5, 2o. 

8^3S, 4o, 4o, 4)C, 40, arfr;. ^Ag same. 

c^ScSoS, 4o, 4c, 57. to quarrel with. 

oScSo', 4o, 2o, a. stupid, not clever; n. a side-hill, declivity, 

slope. 
caSccS, 4o, 4o, n. (oSk^sB.) the central rod extending from the 

base of a pagoda to the top, which gives support to the 

brick work. 
O^, 5o, n. *89S, 5c, ( CoSi B. ) a shallow, flat-bottomed basket 

or wooden dish used to spread things on, a platter, c8<S, 4o 
oS, 5o, V. *89S, 5c, to catch upon anything and hold, as drift- 
wood on a rock. 
oSo3^, 5o, 5c, 2c, n. (ooooo P. j food or clothing thrown away 

for any person to take; dead flesh, particularly that of 

fowls; ofierings left secretly, outside a monastery, for a 

priest to take. 
ooo], 5c, 2c, 5c, n. (oooog P.) an act of homage or worship. 
oiS, 5c, n. *'QS, 5c, a piece of paper, sometimes blackened with 

a preparation of charcoal, which is folded backwards and 

forwards and used to write upon; (K.) 5o. 
- cac^c^, 5c, 2c, 2o, 71. paper prepared from the sprouts of 

bamboo, folded in the same way and used for the same 

purpose. 
OiS", 4o, V. *8(S', 4c, to slap, rap. 
eg, 4o, 2c, V. the same. 
o<S, vide 6. 

OWj, 5c, 2c, n. an abbreviation of oa^OW], 5c, 5c, 2c 
Oui^c, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. (owocid P.) measurement, dimension, size. 
OODoSoo, 5c, 3o, 5c, n. (^ oooQS P. ) indefatigable diligence, one 

of the six glories of Buddha. 
Oc8S, 5c, 4o, n. (oaDSg B.) amber. 
OCOO] J3< 5c, 4c, 5c, n. (oCOOdo P.) the possession of some kind 

of evil spirit. 
OQoS, 5c, 3o, V. to slip, as the feet, also ocooS, 5c, 3o, Go5, 3o. 
06|oS, 5c, 5c, 3o, n. (os|oSP.j an excellent system of belief or 
worship. 



890 ocgS 

cC^o5ooS^[8, 5c, 5c, 3o, 4o, 2c, n. (- ooi^u5 P.) a system 

of metaphsics explaining this form of belief. 

.00, 5c, 5c, 3o', 5c, a. ( oo P.) excellent. 

oc|^\'^<f|, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. (oc^woco^^ P. j the smallest particle 

conceivable and invisible to sight. 
OC)oS, 5c, 5c, 4o, n. a deep chasm. 
oo^S, 5c, 5c, 4<o, n. (o6|0^ P. j a fence forming the enclosure 

of a sacred place. 
o^^cj|, 5c, 3c, 5c, 2c, 7i. ( o^f^Gp P. ) an implement, utensil, 

article of furniture used by a priest. 
o85ooo5, 5c, 3m, 3o, n. ( O^oo3o5 P. ) an assembly, gathering, 

yp'sSoo^'^Sco, 4o, 5c, 4o, Ic. 
o88^, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. ( vJCjSf^B. ) a Roman Catholic, sometimes 

o8o8^oS, 5c, 5c, 3c, 2o, n. supreme nirvana, vide oQSoo^, 3c, 2o. 

o^ccSd'J'o, 5c, 5c, 4c, 5c, n. ( o^soooo P. j utensils, implements, 
articles of furniture. 

co\S, 5c, 5c, 4c, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. vide oo|c8, 2c, 2c. 

oScoS, 5c, 5c, 2o, n. ( o^oddoS* P. ^ a means, expedient, device; 
artifice, stratagem. 

ooo, 5c, 5c, n. (iiOC) P.) strength. 

ooD, 5c, 5c, V. to disappear, as a house burned up; to come to 
nothing. 

ocoS, 5c, 2o, n. (oQg8 P.) an elevated seat; a throne, or seat of 
any official; a pulpit. 

ooo8, 5c, lo, V. vide G8, lo. 

ooD(j[8ooD<j^'[, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 2c, v. to be broad and open, as 
a house without walls; to have an extended open area with 
nothing to obstruct the view; to be unguarded in speech, to 
exaggerate, also OQ<j|8, 5c, 5c, 2c. 

oc8S, 5c, 4o, n. (ocoSg B.) a bottle. 

oc86oSS, 5c, 4o, 3o, adv. ( K. j reduced in size, eg, Ic, vide RS 
88, 3o, 3o. 

OcQ^o^oo, 5c, 5c, 4c, 5c, n. (ocScooo P.) business, difficulty. 

ocoS, 5c, 3c, n. a race of people, inhabiting the mountains north- 
east of Ava. 



oi 891 

oc, 6c, Ic, "pr. (K. and C. S. ) who? vide c^c^j 8c, Ic. 

o8, 2c, V. *88, 2c, to blow with the mouth; to play on a flute; 
to charm; to infuse virtue by a charmed utterance; (K.j 
4c; (C.S.) Ic. 

c^5, 2c, 3c, V. the same. 

cSd', 2c, 4c, v. to blow a fire. 

o8, 2c, V. *88, 2c, to be empty, vacant; to be empty, insincere, 
as words, Dq6, 3o; (K.) 4c; (C.S.) Ic, 

o8, 3c, n. the yellow-breasted green pigeon, vide 9cSo8, 5o, 3c. 

08/36*, 3c, 4c, n. a bundle or collection of Chinese hats, contain- 
ing 10 dozen, when sold wholesale. 

o8c8o5, 3c, 3o, n. the name of a creeper. 

08, 4c, n. *88, 4c, a bundle or sheaf of thatch. 

0808, lo, lo, adv. intensive, used with ooS, Ic. 

8808, lo, lo, Ic, Ic, adv. the same. 

08, 2o, V. *88, 2C5 to call, summon, rouse; to sing as a bird, (b). 

cco] , 2o, 2c, V. the same as 1st def. 

08, 3o, V. *88, 3c, to have scars, be scarred; to be marred, 
seamed, as fruit; n. a scar. 

0808, 4o, 4o, adv. intensive, used with <^.8, 2o. 

0808, 4o, 4o, adv. used with cS, Im, and jdS, 3o. 

Ofp'sS, 5c, 2o, n. (oooS P.) a putting away. 

oool^g, 5c, 2o, lo, 4c, n. three kinds of putting away sin, 

viz., ooc8S>oocp'8, 6c, 2o, 5c, 5c, 2o, putting it away for a 
moment; SJB'O^o^Sojp^S, 5c, 2c, 2c, 5c, 2o, putting it away 
for a considerable period; ooo^ccSoootpaS, 5c, 3c, 2c, 6c, 
5c, 2o, putting it away entirely and forever. 

6, Ic, V. to push away violently, (b. ), vide 06, Ic. 

6, 2c, V. to fellj as a tree, vide o, 3c. 

6, 4o, V. tc join, unite flatwise, vide o, 4c. 

6, 5o, V. tc give, furnish. 

00 c8, 5o, 5c, 5c, V. to warn, caution. 

- 00 S, 5o, 3c, V. to give or furnish, as the expenses of a priest 
going on a journey. 

- ^S, 5o, 4o, V. to encourage, help. 

o\, Ic, n. *S, Ic, a fish; (K.j 3c. 



89* o|oo^ 

o]C/>Y> 1^' ^^' '"' * species of ophiocephaliis or snake-head. 

CjdVcoS, Ic, 2c, lo, n. a species of snake-head. 

c/3^y5^B, Ic, Sc, lo, 3o, n. the spotted snake-head. 

o, Ic, 4c, n. the gold fish. 

-"[g, Ic, 4IC, w. (K. and C. S.) a porpoise, vide cocSS, 4iC, 2o. 

"S, Ic, 4c, n. a small, slender fish. 

S8, Ic, 5o, n. the ophidian. 

CoSS, Ic, 5c, 4o, n. ^clsoS?! B. ) the rohita carp. 
c^, Ic, 5c, 4o, n. (cl<^8 B.) the shark. 
cooS, Ic, 2o, n. a kind of fish. 
CO, Ic, 3c, n. a small fish living in wet sand. 

00 0, Ic, 3c, 71. the calabasu carp. 

oSiS", Ic, 5o, n. a kind of fish. 

cxDtSoc.S, Ic, 4o, 5o, n. the gar-fish. 

oo, Ic, 3o, n. a preparation of chopped fish and rice. 

oooS6*, Ic, 3o, 5o, n. pickled fish, the same as o|o86', Ic, 5o. 

c8^, Ic, 4m, n. salted fish. 

c8S, Ic, Ic, n. a kind of cat-fish. 

'>'8, Ic, 3c, n. putrid fish prepared for food. 

'>c8j^S, Ic, 3c, 3c, n. ngapi made of prawns. 

'>c8o6, Ic, 3c, Ic, n. a preparation of putrid fish, pounded 

with salt, 
6oo8, Ic, 3c, Ic, n. putrid fish prepared for food without 

breaking the body of the fish. 
ocSooSoDH, Ic, 3c, 4c, 4c, n. the same as oi-acSoo, Ic, 3c, Ic. 
c*, Ic, 4c, n. a white fish. 
8'>Soo5, Ic, 3c, 5c, n. the topsy-turvey fish. 

o^. Ic, 4c, n. a kind oi systomus. 

Q^co, Ic, 4c, 4qi, n. a species of sea porcupine. 
cSd]^, Ic, Ic, n. a kind of soft tortoise. 

S, Ic, lo, n. a fresh water herring. 

^^, Ic, 4o, n. fish and condiments wrapped in green leaves 

and roasted. 

5, Ic, 4c, n. a variety of large-scaled fish. 

cSoo8, Ic, 2o, 4c, n. (cIicjjc^k B.) the ophidian, 

00*S, Ic, 2o, 71. the serpent-hearted eel. 



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olcScS, Ic, 2m, n. the common eel. 

^'ojcS, Ic, 3c, Ic, 4o, n. very small dried fish of various 

kinds used as a condiment. 
- dS, Ic, 4o, n. the same. 

00, Ic, Ic, n. the small snake-head. 

cSvJ, Ic, 4c, 71. fresh, uncooked fish, the opposite of cooked or 

dried fish. 
CO.S, Ic, 4c, n. a kind of cat-fish. 
yS, Ic, 3o, n. dried, salt fish. 
^^6*, Ic, 4o, n. fish and condiments wrapped in green leaves 

and roasted. 
0\, 2c, n. *3, 2c, a wood, wilderness, jungle; denoting something 

in abundance; (K.) 4c. 

CO, 2c, 5c, n. a place for burying or burning corpses. 

c^'^8, 2c, 2o, n. the same as o]^, 2c, 1st def. 

-^ccS, 2c, 2c, n. jungle. 

w^S, 2c, 4c, n. the same as o|, 2c, 2nd def. 

w'oi^cSS, 2c, 5c, 2c, Ic, n. a forest of large trees. 

'o'[co>S, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. a wooded area, including trees and 

bushes. 
cj38, 2c, 3o, n. green sward, grassy surface of land. 
' ^8, 2c, 3m, n. a cemetery, place for performing funeral rites. 
ja^So|co, 2c, Ic, 2c, 2o, n. a swamp, morass; (K. and C. S.) 

4c, 2c, 4c, 4o. 
o^, 2c, V. * 8, 2c, to take by mistake, as the wrong one of two 

things standing side by side. 
o'[co, 2c, 5c, n. (oIq P.j a foot. 
S]S, 2c, 5c, 3o, n. ( G|oS P.) the cause of a certain class 

of diseases, supposed to ascend from the feet. 

6|^'S'8, 2c, 5c, 3o, 3c, V. to have such a disease. 

o|9C|c8o\oo], 2c, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. (o1ctooc8o1oo P.) the taking 

of life, ooS/3Q'SyaQ8oo'/3QOD'>S, 4o, Ic, Ic, lo, 5c, 3o, 3o, 
Ojo, 2c, 6c, n. (o"loP.) demerit. 
ojCj-ao, 2c, 5c, 2c, V. (ooco| P.) to be evil, wicked. 
o|C.S, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. (o1q P.) an accomplishment or virtue. 

086*0 "[I, 2c, 5c, 2c, 4c, 4c, n. the ten cardinal virtues, viz., 

50 



394) o|c^'8 

ool-ac, 2c, 5c; c8co, 2c, 5c; ^^ow, 5c, 5c, 5c; SScpj, 2c, 
2c; 8^oD, 5c, 5c, 5c; -o^cS, 2c, 2c; o8o5co|, 3m, 2c; 
yc8oo-[9C, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c; or cBSco'i^, 3c, 2o; SoSoo^, 3o, 
2c; ja^S^-oi^, 5c, 3c, 2c. 

C^cilcS/), 2c, 2c, 5c, 5c, n. ( olcf&oo P. ) an unpardonable sin 
committed by a priest. 

O^co, 2c, 5c, 71. (ooco P.) a fool; a wicked person. 

oico-jJoSoo, 2c, 5o, Im, lo, v. to be overstocked, as the market. 

o^cS, 2c, 5c, 71. ( ol8 B. ) a sacred text; an original language, 
opposed to the vernacular; the Magadha language which 
was a language cognate to the Sanscrit and became the 
sacred language of the Buddhists because the Buddhist script- 
ures were written in it. 

0\, 3c, n. *8, 3c, a father's or mother's elder sister; the wife of 
a father's or mother's elder brother; a respectful appellation 
to elderly females. 

jy\S, 3c, 4c, n. a female who builds and dedicates a monastery. 

6:>-^tj:>\, 3c, 4c, 2c, n. a female who oiFers an idol, -^c'cSDpol, 

4o, 4c, 2c. 

coS, 3c, Ic, n. a son's wife's mother, a daughter's husband's 

mother. 

- '^) 3c, 4o, n, an aunt who has a family of children. 

- ysQ^, 3c, Ic, n. a paternal aunt, a father's older sister, 

0|, 3c, 71. a side, used in composition, as, 'Qoy 3c, 3c, every 
side. 

- -?[, 3c, Ic, 71. the right side. 

coS, 3c, 4o, n. the south. 

od", 3c, 5o, 71. the left side. 

-cp, 3c, 3c, 71. space below; south; adv. and prep, below. 

'^^\, 3c, 3c, adv. before; prep, before. 

'>^8, 3c, lo, 71. space above; north; adv. and prep, above. 

^^i 3c, lo, 71. space above; adv. and prep, above, O|0'>S, 
3c, lo. 

- co5, 3c, Ic, n. space behind; adv. and prep, behind. 

o^, 3c, 3c, n. vids c^c^, 3c, 3c. 

c^-^, 3c, lo, n. vide o'[^'S, 3c, lo. 



8^a)S 896 

o-jj^S, 3c, 2c, 71. the north. 

0|g, 4c, V. *8, 4c, to suspend from the shoulder. 

- ooSoS, 4c, 5c, 3c, V. to suspend the priest's rice-pot in its sling 
around the neck. 

coSo'c88, 4c, lo, 3o, 3o, V. to suspend a bag from the shoul- 
der opposite the one under which it hangs. 

0]l, 4c, t;. (ol B.) to be with, accompany. 

- (Ji, 4c, 2c, V. to accompany, be with in going. 

- "SS, 4c, 4c, V. to be pregnant. 

coS, 4c, Ic; coS, 4c, 5c; coSoncC^, 4c, 5c, 4c, Ic, v, 
the same. 

Ml 8, 4c, 4c, V. to accompany, be with; to be comprised in a 
writing. 

- coi5o]8'3c, 4c, 5c, 4c, 3c, v. to carry whether moving about 
or at rest; to be pregnant. 

. cocS, 4c, 3o, V. to be together with. 

018, 4c, a. aux. *S, 4c, applied to ecclesiastics, rulers and relig- 
ious precepts. 

8, 5c, n. *o, 5c, a kind of cattle disease accompanied by trembling 
and speedy death, unless relieved by medicine, rinderpest. 

<p8ooS, 5c, lo, 2c, n. the same. 

8'S, 5c, lo, n. the inner bark of certain kinds of creepers, which 
turns red on being cut, and is sometimes used in place of 
betel for chewing. 

8.S, 2c, n. *o, 2c, a wing; a fin; (K. and C. S.) 4c. 

JO*, 2c, 2c, n. a fowl's wing; the shoulder blade. 

006", 2c, 4o, n. the lips, infreq., vide cScoiS, 2c, 4o. 
c88, 2c, 3o, 71. the front part of a jacket. 

0|, 2c, Ic, n. the fin of a fish.,vide 85, 3m. 

o'jd'oo^S, 2c, Ic, Ic, 4c, v. to be very far, (b.). 
cSd, 2c, 5c, n. the horizon. 

?i^j 2c, 4o, n. an additional roof attached to a gable. 
8^, 3c, 71. *oS, 3c, (80S B.) cotton cloth. 

c^^j 3c, 4c, n. fine cotton cloth. 
- cBS. 3c, 4c, 71. unbleached calico. 

8^ooS, 3c, 2o, 71. [Qcoo^ P.j anything stretched overhead, a canopy. 



896 88^' 

8Soo|, 3c, 2c, n. ((230 P.") vide ^Soo\, 3c, 2c. 

B^waS, 3c, 2o, n. (8o6^^ P.) a building for religious worship, 

a temple. 
8^8^, 4c, 4c, adv. completely, full to the brim, sometimes 4o, 4o. 

-o5o5, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

SS, 6c, V. *oS, 5c, (80S B.) to close up, stop up, shut up, j:8o5, 

4c, and ^o5, 4o. 
QS, 2m, V. *o^, 2o, to be wet, saturated, o5, 4c. 
8^, 5m, conj. although; (K. and C. S.) 5o. 
oS, 5m, 5c, con^. the same. 

coccScjo^, 5m, 5c, Ic, 3c, (or 4c,) conj. the same. 
-^v'cjD^, 5m, Ic, 3c, (or 4c,) con^. the sam. 
83, 2o, n. the pine tree, vide '85, 5c, 2o. 
8JB, 2o, V. *85, 2c, to be different from others, whether for 

better or worse, to be singular. 
x>w, 2o, Ic, V. to differ one from the other, used of persons 

or things. 
^8, 2o, 3o, V. the same as 83, 2o. 
coS, 2o, 3c, V. to err, be wrong, to sin; to depart from the 

right course, go wrong. 
co583ooS, 2o, 3c, 2o, 4o, v. the same, 
8333, 3o, 3o, adv. with a sound like that of footsteps falling 

on hard ground. 

g3g3, 3o, 3o, 3c, 3c, adv. the same. 

83, 4o, V. *83, 4c, to strike lightly ^ slap, used in the southwest- 
ern Shan principalities. 
83, 5o, n. *83, 5c, a charm of some peculiar shaped iron or 

stone substance. 

'>''l'^, 5o, 3c, Im, w. such a charm bearing the mark of needles. 

^'JCjooS, 5o,3c, 3c, n. such a charm found within an anvil. 
83cO'>S, 5o, 2o, rt. (^oSoo B. from the Bengali) a small copper 

coin, a pice; 8381 5o, 3c, a pice, used in the Shan States. 
85, Ic, n. *oS, Ic, a leech, a blood sucker. 
-ocJ, Ic, 3c, V. to fsisten on, sis a leech; n. a clamp, as, /wSSS 

qS:%, Ic, Ic, 3c, 2c. 
<^, Ic, 4o, n. a kind of large leech. 



88 S97 

SSSS, Ic, Im, n. a variety of small leech. 
SScpl^, 2c, 2c, n, (oQD P, j wisdom. 

o8, 2c, 2c, 5c, n. (-^ B.) a wise/man. 

SSop, 2c, 6c, n. (8|ilP-) the small circlef'( * ), vidgfco, 3c. 
8, 3c, V. *oS, 3c, to roast fish or flesh by exposing to the fir6 

without contact. 

oa8, 3c, 3o; jS, 3c, 4o, v. the same. 

86, 4c, V. *oS, 4c, (8Si B.) to be thoroughly compact without 

an opening or interstice; to be blind; to be stupefied by 

drugs; to be stupid, dull of understanding. 
ooof , 4c, Ic, V. the same. 
@8, 4c, 4c, V. to be blind; to be stupefied by drugs; to" be 

stupid, dull of -understanding. 
8^, 4c, 5c, V. the same. 
qS, 4c, 4o, v. to have an unusual distention of the abdomen 

from dropsy. 
c6'oco8, 4c, 4o, Ic, lo, V. the sam. 
88cp6', 4c, 3o, V. (ogDoS P.) to issue a mandate, to command; n. 

a command, mandate. 

c8, 4c, 3o, 5c, a. pertaining to commands. 

88c88, 4c, 5o, n. (K.) a bat, vide 8S, 2c. 

88e, 4c, 4c, 71, (K. and C. S.) the lobe of the ear, vide c8Sft , 

2c, Ic. 
88, 4m, V. *oS, 4o, to be even, the same, equal, as much as; 

to be level, flat, as a piece of ground, c8oSc88c, 8c, 2o, 

8c, 4m, a level place, a plain. 
/s-jS, 4m, Ic, V. the same as 1st def. 
8, 4m, 2c, V. to be even, nice. 
c6, 4m, Ic, V. to have all that one desires, as of worldly 

prosperity. 
c^SSc-o?, 4m, Ic, 4m, 4c, v. the same. 
c^, 4m, 2c, V. the same as 888, 4m, 2c. 
oo-sS, 4m, 2o, V. to be equal to, is much as, 
cS8, 4m, 2m, v. vide 888, 4m, 2c. 
S>8, 4m, lo, V. the same. 
85, lo, w, *88, Ic, to bulge out, protuberate. 



398 S.f^Stg^S 

86, 2o, r. *8S, 2c, ( ^S B. ^ to compare; to engage in rivalry, 
contest. 

88, 3o, n. yeast or any fermentative substance, vide c8888, 5o, 3o. 

8S, So, n. an era, date, epoch, as, co8o'S888, 3c, lo, 3o, Ic. 

8S, 4<o, V. *8S, 4c, to put away, lay up, treasure up, store up; 
to like, esteem, love, be attached to. 

cx)S. 4o, 4c, V. to cherish a dislike of a person, to hold a 
grudge, 

oS, 4o, 4c, V. the same as 88, 4o. 

(T^, 4o, 5c, V. to love, feel for. 

8cojD|, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. (8ox>ooo P.) a master workman. 

Soo-acolcoi, 5c, 5c, 5c, Sic, 2c, n. (8o^cioo1o P.) language cal- 
culated to provoke a quarrel, ^coD^^OOS, 4o, 2c, 4o, 4o. 

8cpoo, 2m, 5c, n. (ogo P.) the five parts of a thing, root, bark, 
leaves, blossoms and fruit. 

JDCOjI'^c, 2m, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. ^ ocojoooP. ) the five 

good bodily qualities, viz., goodness of flesh, bones, skin, 
hair and age. 

c8co, 2m, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. ( cSco P.) the five duties, 

binding on all men, viz., kill not, steal not, commit not 
adultery, lie not, drink no intoxicating liquor, also S-aSco 
dS, 2c, 5c, 2c. 

^oSoo^ooJO, 2m, 5c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, 2o, n. ( ^^^oood P.) 

the five greatest sins, viz., killing a father, killing a mother, 
killing a rahandah, drawing the blood upon a Buddh, and 
making a schism among the disciples of a Buddh. 

o^, 2m, 5c, 3o, n. ( ooo5 P.) the five material elements, 

fire, water, earth, air and space. 

w, 2m, 5c, 5c, n. ( P.) the fifth; a. fifth. 

-OD^yi, 2m, 5c, 4c, 2c, n. ( scoDooo P. ) vide Qoo^(^\, 

4c, 2c. 

Sep, lo, V. *8'>S, Ic, to project a little: to exceed, go beyond. 

cO'^ , lo, 4c, V. the same. 

ccS", lo, 3o, n. the edge, the border. 

S8, lo, 4c, V. to open the hand to .receive something.- 

28co^, lo, 4c, 4c, z;. to open the hand and ask for something. 



SoSopS 399 

8 ScS-jS, lo, 5c. V, to put out the tongue. 
'39-S, lo, 2c, V. the same as 8cS, lo. 
8c^, 3o, n. *8'S, 3c, a board. 

.08, 3o, 3c, n. a board used for closing up or partitioning a 

house. 
ooJd^S, 3o, 5c, 4c, n. a board for washing clothes. 
- ooS, 3o, 2o, n. boards for flooring. 
coS, 3o, 3c, n. a board band around a house. 

6, 3o, 4c, n. a shingle, a board used for roofing. 

8cS, 4o, (6), 71. (C. S. ) a small basket worn by the Shans, vide 
S, 4o. 

8cS, 4o, V. *8>8, 4c, to twist about in a hole, as a stick to re- 
move dirt; to twist off fruit and leaves with a forked pole. 

008, 4o, 4c, V. to search for edible moss by twisting a stick in 
water. 

(j|., 4o, Ic, V. to clean the ear with an earpick. 
JtfiOy 4o, Ic, V. the same as 8cp, 4o. 

8cS8cp, 4o, 4o, adv. very, used with cS.S, 2o, vide o^o^S,4o, 4o. 

8cS, 5o, a. shallow, as a saucer or a basin. 

8o5, 2c, n. *ooS, 2c, a skein; a. aux . denoting skeins. 

'O^i 2c, Ic, n. a skein or hank of thread. 

80S, 4c, V. *oo5, 4c, to cut or separate in two; to pluck, gather, 
as fruits and flowers; to be separated, broken; to be 
bobtailed. 

"0:38, 4c, 2o, V. the same. 

- c8^0, 4c, Ic, Ic, V. to die (disrespectful); to fail in business. 

8o5, 5c, V. *oo5, 5c, to kick, push with the foot. 

Bo58, 5c, 2c, n. a plant used for medicine, sometimes 4c, 2c. 

8o5, 3m, n. *oo5, 3o, a basket braided like a mat. 

8o5cx>'>^oo8c8, 3m, or 3c, 2c, oc, 3m, n. (ob^qS P) petty villages 
on the outskirts of a country. 

8o5coc|, 3m, or 3c, 5c. 2c, n. (oeOOO P.) an encircling grada- 
tion of a pagoda. 

BoScxp^oS, 3m, or 3c, 3c, 2o, n. (ogioo^ P.) present time, the 
present. 

8o5oi^S, 3m, or 3c, 2c, n. (ob[^ P.) rain. 



400 SooJDoSoo^S 

8o5coo'>S, Sm, or 3c, 5c, 2o, n. vide SoSctpSo^, 3m. 3c, 2o. 

SoSccSjdo.Scx)]^, 3m, or 3c, 2c, 5c, 3c, 2c, n. ( oc|O0Mgl P. ) a 
semi-buddh, one who sometimes appears between real Buddhs. 

8o5cc8, 3m, or 3c, 4c, n. (oe^lP.) things, property^ goods. 

8o5, 4m, n. *oo5, 4o, a duck. 

c8^, 4m, So, n. a wild duck. 

ioV, 4m, 3c, n. a drake. 

cjo. tm, 3c, 71, the same. 

c^, 4m, 3o, 11. a duck. 

c8S, 4m, lo, n. a teal or perching goose. 

y^, 4m, 2o, n. vide jpac, iio. 

3o5, 2o. a. eight; (K.) 4o. 

z8S, 2o, 4c, a. eighty. 

:>c'[cSo, 2o, 3c, 5c, 71. the eight principal points of the compass. 

8o8c8S, 2o, 5o, 71. a board which protects the gable edges of a 
roof. 

8o5, 3o, V. *8oQ, 3c, to throw away, cast away; to separate from, 
to divorce as a husband or wife. 

j^'ii, 3o, Ic, V. to divorce, separate. 

n'y, 3o,2c, V. to leave, forsake, abandon. 

ooc88co CO [, 3o, 5c, 3o, 5c, 3c, v. to throw away carelessly. 

soS, 3o, Ic, V. to throw away. 

oo5o', 3o, 3o, 5c, V. to leave in a careless, neglected state. 

oooSoSco, 3o, Ic, 3o, 4c, v, to divorce, to separate as husband 
and wife. 

- o', 3o, 5c, V. the same as 8o5, 3o. 

8o58o5, 3o, 3o, adv. (K. j intensive, used with o5, 4c, vide ^8, 5o. 

8o5, 5o, V. *8o5, 5c, to lie to, deceive, mislead. 

cocS, oo, lo, V. the same. 

SoS, 5o, V. ( K. j to join together flatwise by some adhesive sub- 
stance, zride qS, 5o. 

8-OOj5, 5c, 5c, 3o, n. ( SococS P. ) the Buddhist sacred books, 
also 8o5oo/5oS, 3c, 5c, 3o. 

- conS, 5c, 5c, 3o, lo, Ic, n. the three great divisions of the 
Buddhist sacred books, viz., OdS, 3c, (oooS P.); 8c^, 5c, 
4o, (B^gSiP.); /OTcSoow;, 5c.5c, 2c, 2c, (osoBsg P.). 



ScjS^^SoSjS 401 

8c8, 5c, 5c, n. ^8c8 P.) joy. 
8op, 5c, 5c, 71. (8oo P.) a father. 

'9\, 5c, 5c, 2c, 71. (8opiDO P.j the same. 

8S, 2c, V. *0'>c, 2c, to exchange, do in turn; to turn around, 

to move a thing partly around, as a cooking pot, sometimes 2m. 
8S, 3c, V. *09S, 3c, to turn back or over; to be turned over or 

back. 
^, 3c, 3c, V. to turn upside down, overthrow. 
"g, 3c, 3c, V. the same. 

GO'S, 3c, 4o, V. to turn over and fall down. 

8'3?c*cp', 3c, 3c, lo, lo, adv. one thing and then another, in 

a disorderly, contradictory manner, Jo5, 4m. 
' cSp^S, 3c, lo, V. to turn upside down, to put one side for the 

other. 
c^'^, 3c, 4o, V. (K. and C. S.) the same. 
f?', 3c, lo, V. to turn backward. 
8>S, 4c, 71. *0'2^, 4c, the bael tree, Bengal quince. 
8'S, 4c, V. to collect money or goods a second time in order to 

make up a deficiency, S^Sjd^ScSS, 4c, Ic, 3o. 
S"*?, 5c, V. *0'>S, 5c, to throw away, cast away; to separate from. 
- 80S, 5c, 3o, V. to separate from. 
SoSjd'^S, 5c, 3o, Ic, V. the same. 
8'>S, Im, V. to be, exist, have existence, become; the 1st def. is 

often understood when not expressed. 
JD, Im, oc, V. to be slimy, ropy, mucilaginous. 
jd8'^^, Im, 5c, lm,5c, v. the same. 
^SS^Sv^S, Im, 2c, Im, 2c, v. to have many crooked branches, 

as a tree. 
>8S8'>S'o|, Im, 2c, Im, 3c, v. the same, 

^o58^jdo5, Im, 4m, Im, 4c, v. to be in scales, as skin breaking 

after an injury or exposure to the sun. 
.S88'^cgS, Im, 2m. Im, Ic, v. to be related by marriage, used 

only of the parents of both husband and wife. 
568^j!>, Im, 5c, Im, 5c, v. to be of different forms and 

colors and changeable in appearance, as satin or as thunder 

clouds; to be changeable in temper. 
51 



402 88cc>S8>8c^ 

S-^f ^<S8'>SJ^6, Im, 5c, Ira, 5c, v. the same. 

^S8S6, Im, Ic, Im, lo, V. to be in small heaps; to be in 

great abundance. 
- ^-^S, Im, Sc, V. to become a hardened lump. 
_ ^'jSS'jS/S'jS, Im, 3c, Im, 3o, v. to be in lumps. 
^aSS-jS^cp, Im, 3c, Im, So; .^^SBoSo, Im, 3c, Im, 3c, 

V. the same. 

jyo, Im, 3o, v. to be spotted; to have stains. 

-4?Bo'i^JjS, Im, 3o, Im, 3c, v. the same. 

'oc, Im, 2c, V. to be striped, as a snake or a waistcloth. 

'jSS^S'ScS, Ira, 2c, Ira, 2o, v. the same. 

>? 8'^3o, Im, 5o, Im, 2ii, v. to have cramp in the hands 

or feet; to be numb. 
"Oj, Im, 3c, V. to be in a state of slavery. 
'[8'>^"S, Im, 3c, Im, 3c, v. to be an outcast, only used 

opprobriously. 

-"[S^co, Im, 3c, Ira, 5c, v. the same as 8'>So'[, Im, 3c. 

'OO^', Im, 5c, Im, 5c, v. to have an uneven surface. 
'0'aS8'>S'>S, Im, lo, Ira, lo, v. to be hairy. 

'o688'0'[, Im, 3c, Ira, 3c, v. to be in clusters. 

ia'8'jS'', Im, 2c, Ira, 2c, v. to have hubbies on the surface, 
as, '>cc8o58'>S-o'8'>S"o', 5c, 2o, Im, 2c, Im, 2c. 

'8^'S, Im, 4c, lm,4c, v. to have dirt remaining on the skin, 
be grimy, dirty. 

"^^c8'>S-o'>8cO'aS, Ira, Ic, Ic, Ic, Ic, v. to have swellings or 
bunches in the flesh; to have an uneven surface. 

Oo88'>S'^'>S, Ira, 3c, Ira, Ic, v. to be officials, persons of rank. 
oo88'>ccp, Im, 3c, Im, Ic, v. the same. 

coiSB'sSco', Im, 4c, Im, Ic, v. to be attended with great noise. 

C(j8^C(p8, Im, 5c, Im, 4c, v. to be a sweetheart, lover. 

c^3'>8c6, Im, 3c, Ira, 3c, r-. to have spots. 

C^3^c6, Ira, 4c, Im, 4c, v. to be in companies. 

c^S-JCc^o, Im, 4c, Im, 4o, v. the some. 

o8^8^cO'>S, Im, 5c, Im, 5c, -'. to be in lumps or masses of 

any size. 
c^>88^c^'>S, Im, 5c, Im, 5c. v. the sam. 



SaSojoSS-^S^c^S 408 

8fco'>S8'>Sc8cp, Im, Ic, Im, lo, v. to have a very uneven surface, 

as troubled water. 
c6, Im, Ic, V. to take satisfaction in, to be in favor of. 
- c68'Sc"o'i*, Im, Ic, Im, 4c, v. the same; also to be filled with 

anger. 

o8cS8>SoScS, lm,4o, Im, 4o, v. the same as 8'>So8c^8c*Soo', 

Im, 4o, Im, 2c. 
oScS8'>Soo', Im, 4o, Im, 2c, v. to be of several kinds; to be 

abundant. 
c8^c88'S8c<>S, Im, 4c, lo, 4o, 5o, v. to be at war. 

c8^8Sc88, Im, 4c, Im, lo, v. the same. 

ooSS^fcfiS, Im, 4o, Im, 4c, v. to abound in roads or paths; 

to be crossed by many marks. 
oo'>S3'SooS, Im, 3o, Im, 3o, v. to abound in trees. 
oo8, Im, Ic, V. to live, be alive. 

op88^c^, Im, Ic, Im, Ic, v. the same. 

-Oo88Soo|, Im, Ic, Im, Ic, v. the same; to be numerous, as 

animals in a field; to have many animal forms as in a 

picture. 
oo88'>^8S, Im, Ic, Im, 4o, v. to be very proud, high-minded. 
co58^0'[, Im, 5o, Im, Sc, v. to become prosperous; to be 

high-minded. 

cSoSS'^fjX'^j Im, 4c, Im, 4c, V. to get increase, gain, profit. 

COtS8aSco6*, Im, 3o, Im, 3o, v. to lie in heaps or layers, as 

heavy dark clouds; to be gathered in a crowd; sometimes 

used of men. 
oo58'^^'^j Ini, 4c, Im, 3c, v. to be customary. 

c8'>S8'3^'^8, Im, 2o, Im, 4o, v. to be nothing but jungle. 
'3C'8'S^S, Im, 5c. Im, Ic, v. to abound in bodies of water. 
^8'S'S, Im, 5c, Im, 5c, v. to abound in puddles of water, 

as a road. 
>'|8'>Soo'[, Im, 3c, Im, Ic, v. to be distinguished. 

-^c'c^i", Im, Ic, 3c, conj . however, nevertheless. 

'>C'>^, Im, Ic, V. to be maggoty. 

'^c'sSS^'^caS, Im, lc,lm,lo; gS8'So8cS, Im, Ic, Im, 

lo, v. the same. 



404 S^O'^S^^S 

8'Soc8S'Oo5, Im, 5c, 3c, 3o, v. to have a quarrel. 
o^S'jS'^S, Im, 6c, Im, 3c, v. to be in clusters. 

;>c/'8'>^oo5, Im, 4c, Im, 4c, ,1). to be in short pieces, in cuts. 
ooSS^^coS, Im, 4c, Im, 4c, v. the same. 

o3^6, Im, ^.; Im, 2c, v. to lie in stacks or heaps. 

o8>66, Im, lo, Im, lo, V. to have many protuberances, as a 

knotty branch of a tree. 
8SoS>Sc8iD, Im, So, 2o, 2o, V. to become a stranger, to be 

strange, unknown. 

ooS8'><^8o5, Im^ 4c, Im, 4o, v. to be in short pieces. 
cS^SS^C^, Im, Ic, Im, 4c, v. to be married. 

cS8, Im, 5o, V. to be a witch. 

u^SgcSS-aS, Im, 3o, 4c, Ic, Im, v. to have gained profit, to 

be rich. 
3^S, Im, 3c, Im, 3c, v. to be in scattered quantities, as ligh* 

fleecy clouds; to be in tufts, clumps, small collections. 
- 8:>S, Im, 3c, Im, 3c, v, the same. 

^8^c88, Im, 5c, Im, 4o, v. to be in companies. 
o^8^S, Im, 5c, Im, 5c, v. the same. 

'8^8S, Im, Ic, Im, Ic, V. to have a succession of parallel lines. 
o58^o5, Im, 2c, Im, 2c, v. to be light, fleecy, as clouds. 
oo8^o5, Im, 4c, Im, 4c, v. to be in tufts, clumps, as bushes. 
cn8'>Soo, Im, 4c, Im, 2c, v. the same. 

oa8'^oS, im, 4c, Im, 4c, v. to be in very tangled clumps. 
cooS8'2'^ 'j8o5, Im, 3c, Im, 3o, v. to have sprouts. 

oo8'>8uS, Im, 2c, Im, 2c, v. to be in small bodies, clumps; to 

be light, fleecy, as clouds. 
(jo8>f^, Im, 2c, Im, 2o, v. the same. 
^'>^, Im, 2o, V. to be hostile, to be an enemy. 

C|^S8>S8'>8, Im, 2o, Im, 2c, v. the same. 

co58'>Sco^, Im, 3c, Im, 3c, v. to have one or more round 

things. 
C0^8'>Sco.S, Im, 4c, Ini, 4c, v. to have one or more rooms or 

apartments. 

0'>S8>S8S, Im, 3o, Im, 4o, v. to be a peopled country, opposite 

of a desolate, uninhabited region. 



8f(?88'>S(p'S, ]m, 60, Im, 5o, V. to have stories, as a turreted 

spire. 
- <p^8'>89'>S, lm,5o, Im, 5c, v. the same. 
^^^SaSjpoS, Im, 3c, Im, 2o, v. to be proud, high-minded. 

(jjS, Im, 4c, V. to have a swelling of the abdomen. 

<jcp8'2Sy', Im, 2o, Im, 2o, v. the same as ^i^cx^R^q^qoB, Im, 

3c, Im, 3c. 
' 5^o58'^<poS, Im, 3o, Im, 3o, v. to be in stripes, streaks, 

parallel rows, whether straight or crooked; to be in long 

lines, as clouds. 
ftSoSSS, Im, 4c, Im, Im, v. to have one or more holes. 

e8Sy|8, Im, 4c, Im, 4c, v. the same. 

fi^Svrjr.S, Im, 4c, Im, 4c, v, to have one or many pits, chasms, 

holes, as a piece of land. 

*^j 1"^> 4o* '^' to marry, to be a family. 

8S8Sco5*, Im, 4o, Im, 4c, v. the same. 

q^ 'jS8'>S8cS, Im, Ic, Im, lo, v. to have an uneven surface, as 

land or troubled water. 
/3qSS'3^/3oS, Im, 5c, Im, 5c, v. to be in bundles or pieces, 

used of pieces of cloth. 
8^, Im, V. *oi>8, lo, to be ill, have disease. 
JDcoS, Im, 5c, 2o, V. to have the venereal disease. 
/31CO, Im, 2c, 5c, V. to have an epidemic disease, as cholera, 

8'S<p-[, Im, 3c. 
^ocS, Im, 5c, 5c, 4c, v. ( cxgoooi B. ) to have spotted fever, 

used of children. 
'o'3'>S'3c8, Im, 3c, Im, lo, v. to be ill. 
"Scp^, Im, 3c, So, V. to have cholera. 
"SjBcoSq^S, Im, 3c, 3o, Ic, lo, v. the same. 

C^, Im, 4o,t). (cSsB.) to have a violent disease or convul- 

sions, often supposed to be caused by some evil influence, 
co-sS, Im, oc, V. to have a kind of sore or callous place on 

the feet from travel. 
c8.8ooco, Im, 3c, 5c, 5c, v. ( BODOSD P. ) to have a disease 

caused by some affection of the mind. 
c8(S3'>Soo6', Im, 4m, Im, 4c, v. to have sores. 



406 SoScQt^S 

8'>Sc8(S'8'?oS<S, Im, 4m, Im, 2o, v. the same. 

oo^S^coaS, Im, 4c, Im, 4c, v. to be moderately ill, not 

confined to the bed. 

:dS, Im, 2o, V. to have pleurisy, o^soS, 4o, 2o. 
ooSff^S, Im, Ic, lo, V. to have the cholera. 
cocS, Im, 3c. V. to have the leprosy. 

opo58'>S's8, Im, 3c, Im, 2c, v. the saine. 

ooS^Soo, Im, 2c, Im, 2c, v. to have many small sores or 

pimples. 
ogS, Im, 5c, V. to have diarrhoea. 

o8, Im, Ic, V, to have an induration caused by pressure or friction. 

c83^c8, Im, Ic, Im, Ic, v. the same. 
^x?!, Im, 2c, V. to be very ill. 

y^'^', Im, 2c, 3o, V. to have typhoid fever. 

3*^, Im, Ic, V. to have a tumor in the armpit. 

S^S^Sc^S, Im, Ic, Im, Ic, V. the same. 

oS, Im, 2c, V. to have a cutaneous affection. 
66, Ira, 3c, V. to have a kind of ulcer. 

- 00, Im, Ic, V, to have a boil, an ulcer. 
ooB^ScSdj, Im, Ic, Im, Ic, v. the same. 

w^, Im, 2o, V. to have a hard concretion in the flesh; to break 

out with some disease like measles or smallpox. 
c8rp, Im, 2o, 3o, v. to have spasms. 

^(p^S, Im, 2o, 4c, V. to have dropsy. 

S, Im, 3c, V. to have a sore mouth. 

y|J3', Im, 3c, 2c, V. to have epilepsy. 

^I^^, Im, 3c, Ic, V. the savie. 

SoOiS", Im, 4c, 3o, V. ( SgciSB. ) to have a disease occasioned 

by irregularity of the menses. 
ccaS, Im, Ic, V. to have a tumor in the groin. 
CO, Im, 5c, V. to have gleet, gonorrhoea, or anything of the 

kind, vide c8, 5c. 

c83^o6, Im, 5c, Im, 2o, v. to be weak, run down in health, 

as a person overworked, or reduced after an accident. 
cSc^^, Im, 5c, 3o, V. to have a discharge of pus or matter 
from the male genita^ organ. 



So' 40T 

8'>8co5, Im, 5c, V. to be convalescent. 

ooS, Im, 4c, V. to have a cold in the head. 

ocSQ'i^-fSO'^, Im, 4c, Im, lo, v. the same. 

(p|, Im, 3c, V. to have an epidemic disease, as cholera. 

8o5, Im, 4c, V. to have the itch. 

^S, Im, 4c, V. to have dropsy; to have a swelling of the ab- 
domen, sometimes hard like a tumor and sometimes soft, 
discharging blood and water. 

gjScS^S, Im, Ic, lo, V. to have a whitlow or felon. 

SaSoo, 2m, 5Ci n. vide Scpco, 9,m, 5c. 

S-aS, 5m, V. to hold oiF, to wait unnecessarily for another to do 
something, .8w, oo. 

828, 5m, V. *oQ^, 00, to accuse of crime on suspicion. 

86", 4o, V. to slap, rap, 06", 4o. 

86", 5o, V. *QS, 5c, to conceal, screen one's self from view. 

coiS, 5o, 4c, V. to screen one's self by clinging close behind an 
object. 

S5, 5o, 4o, V. the same, 

81S, vide S. 

8oD"l, 5c, 2c, a, (SoodP.) beloved. 

85, ic, V. *o8, Icj to blow away; to be blown away; to be scat- 

tered, dissipated; (K, andC.S.) lo. 
88, 4c, n. ride ^SSS, So, 4c. 
88, Im, n. *o8, lo, a flashing as of flame. 
6d', Im, 4c, n. the flashing of fire; flame. 

86, Ira, n. a hole, used in composition. 

38, 2m, V. *oS, 4c, to fail in ruins as anything undermined; to 
be a heap of shapeless ruins; more correcbly G|8, 2c. 

c:88, 2m, lo; co, 2m, 5c, v. the same. 

88, 4m, V. to desire, be attached to. 

88, 5m, V. *o8, 5o, to catch upon anything, as a garment blown 
by the wind upon a tree; to su;^pend or hang over a frame, 
as, 3800S, 5m, 3o. 

88, 3o, V. *8S, 3c, to decrease, be diminished. 

S, Ic, n. *0\, Ic, a year. 

<o*f lo, lo, n, last year. 



408 S^Sjd^ 

8c8S, Ic, Im, n. a year, (b ). 
c8^, Ic, 4c, n. year before last. 
>ci, Ic, 3c, n. next year. 
'>c', Ic, 5c, 71. this year. 

o-^SSS, Ic, 2c, 3o, 71. a completed year, a full year. 
SS, Ic, 4o, 71. a year. 

c8^) Ic, 4c, n. year after next. 

/2Q'^, Ic, Ic, 71. year before last. 

JiQ^, Ic. 2c, ?t. the shortest year. 

8, Ic, 71. *0|, Ic, a plantain bud, also 8, Icc 

jpcS, Ic, 3o, n. the large plantain bud whence the fruit is 

developed. 
8, Ic, 71. (K. ) a pencil or pen, vide j5, Ic; ('C. S.) 2c. 
Q'^S, Ic, 4o, 71. (K.) a brush, vide o^'^S, 3c. 
8, 2c, 71. *0|, 2c, a pipe, fife, flute; (K.) 4c; (C.S.) Ic. 
"^^'j 2c, Ic, 4c, 71. the reed of a rocket which gives forth a 

sound when the rocket moves through the air. 

c8'>S, 2c, 5c, 71. a wind instrument made of a gourd and reeds. 

cS8, 2c, 4o, 71. a flute having only one reed. 
CO, 2c, 4o, 71. the same as 8, 2c. 

7\, 2c, 4c, n. a flute having two or three reeds. 

8, 2c, V. *o\, 2c, to be accurate, exact, as in speaking. 

00, 2c, 5c, V. the same; to be distinct, clear. 

Q\cS, 2c, 3o, V. the same. 

8co'ci, 2c, 5c, 2c, 71, ^o^oP.) the Burmese measure of time 

equal to six prans TGE B.). 
8, 3c, 71. an elder brother or sister. 
"9^. 3c, lo, 71. an elder sister's husband. 
CO*, 3c, 4o, n. an elder brother. 

ojE, 3c, 2o, 71. brother, a term of respect, consideration; used 

primarily of one, who having served a novitiate has left the 
monastery. 

'>c5, 3c, 4o, 11. an elder sister. 

"^S, 3c, 5c, n. relations, consanguineous relatives, kinsmen; 
intimate friends. 

'ScSjd'^S, 3c, 5c, Ic, n. the same. 



c^^c^oS 409 

8'cSo"[C)lS, 3c, 5c, 2c, 2c, 2c, n. friends. 

'c5/%^, 8c, 5c, 2c, n. children of the same parents. 

S, 8c, 5c, n. the wife of an elder brother. 

co8, 8c, 4c, n. the same. 

/', 3c, 8o, n. an elder brother. 

.'3Q^^S/ag'>S, 3c, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. relatives, friends. 
8, 4c, V. *o'[, 4c, to be corpulent, plump, in good flesh. 

jdSoS, 4c, 2c, 4c, Ic, V. to be plump and healthy. 

.o, 4c, lo, V. the same as 8, 4c. 

9C, 4c, 2c, V. to be fat and fresh looking. 

o^, 4c, 4c, V. to be chubby, short and stout in comparison 

with height. 

6oS, 4c, 3o, V. to be fat and stout. 

(^'3^, 4c, 4o, V. to be fat and round. 

- cScSd-^ScS, 4c, Ic, 3c, Ic, V. to be in a plump condition. 

c8^c8, 4c, Ic, 3o, Ic, V. to be full, plump, 

-c^o^ScS, 4c, Ic, 4c, Ic, V. the same. 

8, 4c, V. part. ^K.j with co\, 4c, as, 00i8, 4c, 4c, the imperative 
of prohibition, sometimes 8, 4c, is used alone as the impera- 
tive prohibitive, vide qS, Ic. 

o, 5c, n. *o, 5c, the betel plant or leaf. 

oo', 5c, 2c, n. vide oo'o, 2c, 5c. 

9^8, 5c, 3c, n. betel leaf preserved by steaming. 

o^, 8c, n. (o^oS P.j matter. 

oS, 3c, n. *o.S, 3c, (o5 P. j a paragraph, a section in writing.^ 

o^, 3c, V. to gallop, used with c8cS, 3o, sometimes 3o. 

o^jd8, 3c, 2c, n. ( ^[C^P' ) a rational being, cx)oSooo"[, 5c, 5c,. 

2c; a priest who has a monastery; the highest in rank or 

condition, 
o^cco^, 3c, 2c, V. (oco>5P.) to make an oflPering to a being in 

token of worship, 
o^ooi^, 3c, 2c, n. (c^&oP.) a question, cQogScBoo, 3c, 3c, 3c, lo. 
o^ootj^^, 3c, 5c, 4c, n. (<?S^* ^-j ^^ planet Mercury; Wednesday. 
O.So.So>So>S, 3c, 3c, 8c, 3c, adv. with a pattering sound, as footsteps 

or falling fruit. 
oS(^cS. 3c, 3o, adv. by the job; all together. 
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410 <^5coiS 

(^S, 4c, V. *o^, 4c, to be dull at the edge or blunt at the point. 
(^S, 4c, V. *oS, 4c, to be stubbed, short, stout, large in girth 

but not in height; to be dull of understanding. 

00?)^, 4c, 5c, 4c, V. the same. 

oSf 4c, V. *oS, 4c, to throw with violence from the hand, as 

sticky rice in the process of making -oSo^, 3c, 4c, for the 

purpose of mixing sesamum with it, the rice having been 

previously steamed and pounded in a mortar, o.S-o8oS, 4c, 

3c, 4c. 
oS, 4c, V. *oS, 4c, to adhere to, cling to, as something sticky 

to the hand; to be daubed or smeared from use, as the 

handle of a knife. 
0'3^, 4c, 4c, V. to adhere or cling to in considerable quantity. 
S, 4c, 4c, V. the same. 
o^,4c, V. (K. and C. S.) to set, plant, whether seed or plant, vide 

6^, 2c. 
o5, 5c, V. *o, 5c, to grow in clusters; 7i. a cluster, bunch of 

fruit; vide ^S, 3c. 

OO^oSooS, oc, 5c, 2o, 2o, V, to have many full clusters. 

C^Jdcx)"!, 5c, 2c, 71. (c^gg P.) a son, o^^, 3c. 

oSoD, 5c, 5c, n. (3 P.) a Buddh, a person who after countless 

transmigrations attains perfection in virtue, wisdom and 

knowledge. He preaches the law and after his annihilation 

becomes the supreme object of worship until another Buddh 

appears; sometimes O^CD|, 5c, 2c. 

o5, 5c, 5c, 2o, n. a history of Buddhs. 

oiSooooaS, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. (qoo^ P.^ a Buddhist priest; any living 

person. 
o>Sooc8'>S, 5c, 5c, 2m, n. the sam. 
oSo, 5c, 5c, n. ((^g P.) the past. 

Z, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. ( ODg P.) past deeds. 

>8SS, 5c, 5c, 5c, 3c, n. ( 8oSP.) signs of the future, 

omens, portents. 
O^, 2o, n. *oS, 2o, a termite, a white ant; (K.) 4o. 
o5, 2o, Ic, n. a black termite. 
COtS, 2o, 3o, V. to cover with earth and destroy, as a white ant. 



<^S* 411 

oS<j|8c, 2o, Ic, 3o, n. the large termite. 

o, 2o, n. *o.S, 2o. froth, scum, a bubble on the surface; (K,) 

4o. 
OoiS, 2o, 4o, n. froth from the lips, 

oc, 2o, 5c, n. bubbles, froth or scum on the surface of water. 
3C*8^, 2o, 5c, 3c, V. to have froth come, to froth, 
^oSco', 2o, 2o, 2o, w. a stony substance used for medicinal 

purposes. 
S(?oS, 2o, 2o, 2o, w. lacoocha, bread-fruit. 
oS, 3o, 5y. *o^5 3o, to strike forward and downward, as in 

hoeing, to hoe. 
oo', 3o, 4o, V. to scratch by striking the fingers forward and 

downward. 
oS, 4o, V. *oS, 4o, to raise into an erect position, as to erect a 

house. 
-SoS, 4o, 4c, V. to perform a somersault, pitch heels over head. 
5o5o^"gS, 40j, 4c, 4o, lo, V. the same, 
00 8, 4o, 3c, V. the same as oS, 4o. 
oocS'^S, 4o, Icj, 2o, V. to lift a harrow, while harrowing, in 

order to free it from rubbish. 
- 8^, 4o, lo, V. to be proud, consequential, vide |c, 2c, 5c. 
- ScScScScoS, 4o, lo, lo, Ic, V. the same. 

^i"^' ^' ^' '^' * srect a house. 

o^, 4o, V. *oS, 4o, to awake a person from sleep or languor, 

o^, 5o, V. *oB, 5o, to wrap up as in a bundle, to bind up as a 

package, or a wound. 
cSo"[jp^8, 6o, 3c, le, V. to put on a head cloth so that the end* 

are thrown over backward. 
cjpTj 5o, 2c, V, the same as (^B, 5o. 
o, 2c, n. *oS, 2c, a hole or depression in the ground in which 

water collects; (K.) 4c; (C. S.) Ic. 
BS, 2c, lo, n. a salt lick, a place where the earth is salt. 
ob^Sw]^, 2c, 3c, 2c, n. a depression in the earth beneath or near 

a house for receiving filthy water and refuse, jpoS^W[, 2o, 

3c, 2c. 
', 2c, 3c, n. a hot spring. 



412 c^SdScfiaS 

<^S, 2c, n. a shape, form, vide o, 2c. 

o|, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. ( ^od B. ) an example, vide ^o|, 2c, 

5c, 2c. 
^oSS5, 2c, 3o, 2c, 4o, n. a map. 
^/>^, 2c, 2o, f. ((^^00^ B.) to rebel. 
<^Scp], 2c, 2c, n. (c^QD P.) merit, also <^Scp, 2c, 5c. 
C^ScgSgS'o, ?c, 2c, 4c, 4c, n. (^coodScwdSs B.) the drums used 

to s-^und the approach of an official. 
<^5co6j|o|006|^, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c, 5c, 3o, v. to be abundant, in large 

numbers or quantity. 
(^Sacj, 2c, 4c, n, (^^08 P.) a Brahmin. 
oS, 3c, V, *oS, 3c, to throw or cast at. 
'S'^S, 3c, 3c, V. to rise vertically. 
c8S, 3c, 4o, V. to thrust into a thing. 

00, 3c, 3c, V. the same as oS, 3c. 
-^c(^S, 3c, 4o, V. to fall from a height. 

(^S, 4c, n. (^8 B.) a bucket, a basicet smeared with gum; a place 

in the earth for fire. 
'>c, 4c, 5c, n. a water bucket. 

cb', 4c, 4c, n. a range for cooking made in the earth. 
cQB^S, 4c, 4m, 2o, /i. a tin bucket, a canister. 

<^S, lo, V. o8, lo, to put, place, set down, as a vessel from the 
fire, an offering before a priest; to give a decree. 

eg, lo, Ic, V. to be at rest, settled in one's mind, quiet, happy, 
0C^Soo8, lo, 2c, ]o, 4o, V. to place a religious offering be- 
fore a priest or pagoda. 

oS, lo, 4o, V. the same as oS, lo. 

- oS^5o'>C', lo, 4o, 4o, Ic, V. to issue an order; to set free. 

yaQsScxJO, lo, oc, 5c, 3c, v. to utter or promulgate a royal 

order. 
C^S, 2o, V. *oS, 2o, to shoot, as a young branch; ( K. j 4o; 

(C. S.) lo. 
^cS) 2o, 3c, V. the same. 
<^5, 3o, V. *oS, 3o, to jump, to leap, sometimes 3c. 

J^j^, 3o, 4c, V. the same. 

oSc8S, 3o, 2c, Ic, V. to gallop. 



<^oS 413 

oS8cS, 3o, lo, V. the same as <^S.g]^, 3o, 4c. 

o, 3o, n. a ratt made by joining boats by means of a platform 
laid upon them. 

oS, 4o, n. *oS, 4o, a jungle of thick impenetrable grass or trees; 
thick, tangled grass or bushes, more than o\, 2c. 

oS, 4o, V. *oS, 4o, to divide into several parts, be numerous as 
the branches of a tree; to be flourishing, luxuriant; to be 
abundant as fruit. 

.8, 4o, 3c; ccS, 4o, 2o, v. the same. 

OcS, 4c, n. *o', 4c, the covering, whether skin or mat thrown over 
the cushion of a bullock's saddle, 

ocS, lo, V. *o', lo, to be naked, having no clothes on; to be emp- 
ty, insincere, as words; (K.andC. S.) 3o. 

ocp, 2o, V. *o', 2o, to be made soft by some process, as by cook- 
ing; (K.) 4o; (C.S.)lo. 

COoS, 2o, 3o, -v. the same. 

ocS, 2o, z;. (<?o B.) to contrive evil, seek to make trouble. 

o'', 2o, 2o, V. the same. 

ocS, 3o, V. *o', 3o, to put in handsome order, to adorn one's 
self; to court a female. 

C^cp, 4o, n. *o', 4o, ^cgaB.j ringworm. 

OoS, 3c, V. *oo5, 3c, to change, remove. 

J^, 3c, 3c, V. the same, 

"SooScSS, 3c, 4c, 3c, 4m, v. to change one's clothes. 

cSiS, 3c, 2c, V. to succeed, to take the place of another. 

cS-^SooSSS, 3c, Ic, 3c, 4c, V. to help, to assist. 

S, 3c, Ic, V. to pass from one year into another. 

c8^, 3c, 3o, V. to exchange, change. 

co', 3c, 3o, V. the same. 

jsra^^cS, 3c, 5c, 2o, v. to inherit. 

ooS, 4c, V. *oo5, 4c, to be broken oft"; to be bald, (j^8oo5, Ic, 4c; 
to be short, and have a blunt end, as something broken 
off'. 

"OoS, 4c, 2o, V. to be broken off. 

ooSooSooS, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. in short pieces. 

ooS, 4c, V. (K.) to open, vide ^oS, 2c. 



414 c^-jSc^c^^Sco^ 

OoS, 2o. V. to be immodest, indecent, used in composition with 

ccS, 5o. 
ooS, 4o, V. *oo5, 4-0, to unloose, loosen; to teach to read. 
ScScS, 4o, 4m, Ic, V. to remove the turban. 
"o8, 4o, 4c, V. to remove one's clothing or ornaments. 
ca?, 4o, Ic, V. to unhook. 
c6, 4o, Ic, V. to die. 

oS^'Oi , 4o, 3c, 2c, V. to release from priestly duties. 

c8^, 4o, 3c, V. to teach to read. 

-<ij8, 4o, Ic, V. to uncover the head. 

Oo5, 4o, V. (K.j to pull the string of a bow, vide 8o5, 4c, 

C^oc^cS^S, 5c, 5c, 2m, n. ( c^oc^o^ P. j one who has not attained 

the state of an areeyah, a man, also oScocQi^, 5c, 5c, 2m. 
oco8, 5c, 4c, n. (oo^8B.) a hollow pagoda, also ooo8, 5c, 4c. 
0'S, Ic, n. (K.and C, S.) an arrow, vide 8'>S, Ic. 
o>S, 3c, n. *0'>S, 3c, a part, portion, share; a fold, as, cbo'iS^ 

lo, 3c, three fold; prep, for, vide oo|, 2c. 
00 1 , 3c, 2c, prep, the same as last def, 
o8, 3c, 3o, n. a portion; prep. for. 
oS, 4c, V. *oS, 4c, to rise, bubble up and run over, as water 

in cooking; to fray, as cloth. 
^'^y 4c, 3c, V. the same. 
O.S, 4c, 2o, n. froth, scum. 
C^>S, 5c, adv. yonder, beyond; 'prep. beyond, as, ."[o^S^djo^, 3c, 

5c, 3c, 5c. 
0'>v, 3o, V. *0'>8,3o, to rinse, and squirt out of, the mouth, 0'>S, 3o. 
a^t9, 3o, 4o; o^O'>Soo6', 3o, 2o, 3o, 4o, v. the same. 
o-jc, 4o, V. *09S, 4o, to wind into a ball or skein, as thread 

or rope; n. a rope or strand of rope made into a skein. 
c^^, 4o, 3o, n. a hank or skein of rope strands. 
co^, 4o, Ic, V. to make a strand of rope from pieces of the 

coy, Ic, tree; n. a ball or skein of rope strands. 
0'>S, 5o, V. *oS, 5o, to be or go beyond, to exceed; to be 

excessive. 
"SS, 5o, 2c, V. to be out of season, unseasonable. 
c^c^^S-C"?, 5o, Ic, 6o, 4c, adv. exceedingly. 



^oD^cdS 415 

(^^SopS (^>8S8, 5o, Ic, 5o, 4c, V. to bear, bring forth. 
8cS, 5o, lo, V. to be or go beyond, to transgress. 
- co^o^G^, 5o, 3c, 5o, 3o, r;. to grow out of the charge of 
sne's parents; to disobey one's parents. 

^, 5o, lo, V. to sin against, trespass against. 

^SS^S, 5o, lo, 3o, adv. excessively, exceedingly. 

w^s, 5o, 4c. V. to have taken place a while ago, to have passed 

by. 

c88, 5o, lo, V. to exceed, go beyond; to transgress, sin against. 
ocS, vide ^. 

o8, 2c, n. *oi, 2c, f Y B. j a basket made of woven work, vide 
jsSS, Ic. 

o8, 2c, n. (8cS B.) a military officer, vide (j|8(p^, Ic, lo. 

00^, 2c, 4c, 71. the same. 

o\y 2c, 2c, n. ( ol B. j forces, troops. 

coS, 2c, lo, n. a general, superior officer. 

5[8c8.S, 2c, Ic, 4c, n. a general, commander in chief. 

o8, 5c, V. *o, 5c, to throw upon, cover. 

cS, 5c, 2c, V. to throw upon; to throw one's self upon, as a 
rampant bear in fighting. 

o8, 5c, V. (K. andC.S. ) to strike, to beat, vide eoj, 5c. 

o, Ic, n. *6, Ic, the external part or outside of the abdomen. 

- "91, Ic, 3c, 2c, n. the stomach. 

- c88, Ic, Ic, V. to be big-bellied. 

3S, Ic, lo, V. to have a protuberant belly. 

88Se5, Ic, lo, 4c, 4o, V. the same, accompanied with emacia- 
tion. 

8o5, Ic, 3m, V. the same as o8S, Ic, lo. 

8S, Ic, 2c, V. the same, 

C^, Ic, 3c, n. the bulging part of a pot. 

CoS, Ic, lo, V. to be pregnant. 

6, 2c, n. *o,2c, ( o B. ) shape, form; pattern, nrodel; figure, 
comparison, simile; sometimes- o, 2c, (p, 3o. 

. CO, 2c, 2o, n. ( B.) pattern, precedent, sample. 

OoJBsoS, 2c, 3o, 2c, n. ( oooSsoo B. ) a pattern; example, 
precedent. 



416 V 

ooDoSoS^, 2c, 4c, 3c, n. (00686* B.) a stamp, seal. 

cS, 2c, 3o, rt. a writing copy. 

< o|, 2c, 5c, 2c, w. an example. 

oco', 2c, 2o, 2o, n. a chart of the sea. 

id-^SoSS, 2c, 3o, 2c, 4o, n. a map of countries. 

8S, 2c, 4o, n. the same. 

q^S, 2c, 3o, n. the same as o, 2c, 

o 2c, V. *6, 2c, to collect, gather together, heap up; n. a heap; 

{K)6. 

jyS. 2c, Ic, V. the same. 

cSoS, 2c, 3o, n. an artificial mound made in preparing land 

for cultivation in which dung is burned, 
o, 4c, n. *o, 4c, a small dam, smaller than cSo', lo. 
o, 4c, V. *6, 4c, to have a swelling, as, jdSc^o', 4o, 4c, 5c, to have 

the lower part of the face full and round, 
n, 4c, V. to eat rapidly with large mouthfuls, as when the food 

is not sufficient for those who are eating. 
B>8, 4c, Ic; J3'>'cSd'>S8, 4c, Ic, 4o, Ic, v. the same. 
o, lo, V. *6, lo, to bunch, be knotty, knobby; n. a knot in a 

tree or a skein of thread. 
o^'^o, lo, 2o, 5c, n. the excrescences on the w^-sc, 2o, 5c, 

tree, 
o, Ic, n. the name of the different varieties of crabs, 
o, Ic, V. *0'[, Ic, to hang loosely about, be flowing, full; to 

trail. 
3S, Ic, 4m, V. to be smooth, even, (b.). 
00^, Ic, 3o, V. to trail, as flowing robes. 
O, Ic, V. ( K. ) to be frayed, abraded; to be turned up, as the 

edge of a knife blade when struck on a stone, xnde CO, 3c. 
O, 2c, 71. a grandfather; (K. and C. S.) 4c. 

jd8, 2c, 5o, n. the head of a village. 

.g]S, 2c, 4c, n, one who has offered a monastery. 
"35, 2c, 4c, n. a great grandfather; an aged man. 

oScp, 2c, lo, n. the same as O^S, 2c, Im. 

0^8, 2c, 2c, n. the ruler of a small district, vide c85, 2c. 

-^000, 2c, 3c, n. an appellation of respect given to aged men. 



qS 417 

09c', 2c, 4o, n. a father-in-law, a term used by men only. 

cw^coo'j', 2c, Ic, 2c, n. a public crier, a herald, j^^Scoo?, 

4o, 2c. 

g^> 2c, 2c, n. a great grandfather; an appellation of respect 

given to any aged man. 

00, 2c, 2o, n. a fabulous being, a term used to scare stubborn 
children. 

cdS, 2c, Ic. n. a son's wife's father, or a daughter** husband's 
father. 

coSo]coS, 2c, lc,3c, Ic, n. a son's wife's parents, or a daugh- 
ter's husband's parents. 

c^5j8gcoS, 2c, Ic, 2c, Ic, n. the same. 

^Sf 2c, Ira, n. vide ^S, Im. 

OOD"!^, 2c, 2c, V. to vex with importunity. 

^^Boo, 2c, 3c, 5c, n. ( <^^cxc68 P. ) the male private parts; a 

man, (b. ). 
o, 3c, n. *o], 3c, a tuft, a tassel, vide c6, 4o, 

oo8, 3c, 2c, n. the feathers inserted around a piston in a native 

bellows, to render it air tight. 
oo'g^S, 3c, 4c, 2c, n. paper ornaments, streamers, attached to 

flags, and prayer streamers. 

<j^^, 3c, 2c, n. the tuft on a spear. 

o, 3c, n. (K.) a sheep, vide, Oo8, 4c. 

o, 4c, n. a long water weed, a kind of cress; (K. andC.S.) 6. 

o, 4c, 71. *0|, 4c, a white mouse, a guinea pig. 

o, 4c, V. *o\, 4c, (^(^t B.) to join, unite, place together. 

6, 4c, 4o, V. to put together flatwise. 

o8, 4c, 4c, V. to unite together, as men in work; to put together, 

as things. 
oc8, 4c, 4c, n. beads, vide ocS, 5c, 4c. 

occS, 4c, 4o, n. ^ocbs B.) a pearl, sometimes occS, 5c, 4o. 
G<S, Ic, V. *o\, Ic, to wind into skeins. 
qS, Ic, V. vide d5s<S, 4c, Ic. 

sS, Ic, V. *o\, Ic, to be lean, thin, emaciated, co, Ic. 
c6', Ic, V. part, with (X3\, 2c, as, oo]^c6', 2c, Ic, the imperative of 

prohibition, sometimes o* , Ic. 
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418 eSj^S 

qS, 2c, n. *0\, 2c, an ear ornament of cylindrical form inserted 

in the perforated lobe of the ear; (K.) 4c. 
coS, 2c, 2c, n. a diamond ear ornament. 
cooSc, 2c, 2c, lo, 71. an ear ornament of precious stones. 
'>cigB, 2c, 3c, 2c, n. an elaborate ear ornament. 
COcp, 2c, 4o, n. an ear ornament made of gold, paper, or 

other substance wound in a coil. 
e, 2c, Ic, n. an ear ornament. 

C(S. 2c, n. *0\, 2c, ^co B. j the book palm or corypha tree or leaf. 
qS, 2c, n. vide o\qS, 2c, 2c. 
aS, 2c, V. *o], 2c, (eg B.) to be unloosed, freed from; (K.) 4c. 

c^w, 2c, 3c, V. to be done away, removed. 

- c^, 2c, Ic, V. to be settled, as a difficulty; to be satisfied in 
mind. 

cgC(Sc"Y 2c, Ic, 2c, 4c, V. the same. 

oSsjS-goS, 2c, 3c, 2c, 2c, v. to pay one's debt. 

cjSooS, 2c, 2o, n. (ccJoS P.) the Vedas; astronomy; astrology; 

also c6'co8jd|co]8, 2c, 2o, 2c, 4c. 
qS, 4c, n. *o|, 4c, a Jew's-harp, 
ci'cw, 4c, 4c, adv. of a youthful and pleasing appearance, used 

with '>^, 2c. 
qS, 5c, v. vide c^, 5c. 
cd, lo, n. *o], Ic, a piece of timber which supports the ends of 

the rafters, a ridge pole, or side beam supporting the lower 

end of the rafter. 
"^co*, lo, Ic, 2c, n. a piece of timber extending along the top 

of a house above the intersection of the rafters. 
coS, lo, Ic, n. the rounded part of the back on either side of 

the spinal column. 
'^ lo, 4o, n. the same as qS, lo. 
s6, 2o, n. [mpS B.) a measure of capacity equal to four coccS, 

5c, 2o. 
C^*, 2o, V. *0|, 2c, (ooS B.) to put aside or away, to reject. 
80S, 2o, 3o, V. the same. 

qS, 3o, v. o\, 3c, to be protuberant, rounded out, bulging. 
- jdB, 3o, 2c, v. the same. 



o' 419 

C(98.S, 3o,2c, adv. with the elbows behind the back, as, woSciSS^, 
5c, 3o, 2c, to bind the elbows behind the back. 

QiSs 4o, n. *o|8, 4c, a raft, c^S, 2c; (K. and C. S. j 6c. 

ctS, 4o, w. *o\i, 4c, the upper beam of a balustrade which the 
hand grasps. 

^"o8, 4o, Ic, n. the railing of a bridge. 

'o8co*, 4o, Ic, Ic, n. a balustrade. 

88, 4o, 4o, n. the border around the side of a boat, 

Q(S, 4o, n. *o]8, 4c, ( bg B, ) a weight equal to six or eight seeds 
of the abrus precatorius; an anna. 

gS, 5o, n, *o, 5c, a goat. 

C^S, 5o, lo, n. a male goat. 

cS-jS, 5o, 2o, n. an antelope. 

Co'T, 5o, 3c, n. a male goat. 

<fo, 5o, 3c, n. the same. 

c, 5o, 3o, n. a female goat. 

-OOl, 5o, Ic, n. (K.) a goat. 

qS, 5o, v. *o, 5c, to join together flatwise with some adhesive 
substance; to put one substance upon another in order to 
make it adhere, to stick something to another. 

00(5,50, 4c; c^, 5o, 2c, v. the same. 

qS, 5o, v. *o, 5c, to prevail, conquer, overcome; (K. and Q. S.) 5c. 

^-38, 5o, Ic, V. to domineer, play the master, as a big boy 
with little ones. 

d^^, 5o, 4c, V. to conquer in battle, gain the victory. 

w, 5o, 2o, V. the same as C(S, 5o. 

CtScoS, 60, 5o, adv. intensive, very, used with o5, 4c. 

c6*, 5o, V. part, an intensive particle, very, as, C(Sc8, 5o, Ic, very 

good; a prefix. 
o', Ic, V. *S, Ic, to step, put forth the foot, to march. 
^c^o5'8c8.g'[, Ic, 3c, 4c, 3c, 2o, 2c, v. to go shufflingly or 

stumblingly. 

co'>8, ]c, Ic, V. to go afoot. 

O*, Ic, V. part, with (X>\t 2c, the imperative of prohibition, as, 
O0"lo', 2c, Ic, sometimes gS, Ic; o', Ic, (C. S.) is sometimes 
used alone as the prohibitive imperative; (K.) 4c. 



420 o'cfc' 

o% 2c, V. *8, 2c, to turn round, move a thing partly round; to 
turn aside from its course, as a river; (K.) 4c; ^C. S.) Ic. 

-scS. 2c, 5o, V. the same. 

o', 2c, uu-r yet, with jsq, 2c, not yet, as, jy^o^J^\, 2c, 2c, 2c, not 
yet gone. 

o', lo, n. *8, Ic, an end, extremity, point. 

jd6, lo, 4o, 71. the chin. 

"coS, lo, 3c, Ic, n. the end of the nose. 

"S, lo, Im, n. the point of a needle. 

c8^, lo, 4c, n. the extremity. 

000, lo, Ic, n. the capital of a post, a chapiter. 

CooS, lo, 4c, n. the very end, the point of anything. 

c8^, lo, Ic, n. the ends of the toes. 

c8So'S8, lo, Ic, lo, 4c, adv. a little. 

80S, lo, 3c, n. the point of a knife or sword. 

S8, lo, 4c, n. the ends of the fingers. 

cQ-aS, lo,5c, n. the tip of the tongue. 

oScoS, lo, 2o, 4c, n. (oS^8 B.\ the end of an axle-tree, 
o', lo, V. to exceed, be more. 

c8S, lo, Ic, coup moreover; besides; in addition to. 

c8o, lo, lo, V. the same as o', lo. 

o', 2o, V. *8, 2c, to hit, strike against, come in contact; to 

strike, as fire; (K.) 4o. 
- sS, 2o, 4c, V. to play the Jew's-harp. 
60*, 2o, 4c, V. to strike, as fire from a flint, 
o*, 3o, V. *S, 3c, to move faster than the natural pace; to run, to flee. 

^1, 3o, 2c, V. to run away. 

coS, 3o, 5c; 3oS, 3o, 3o; c8cp, 3o, 3o, v. the same. 

o', 4o, V. *8, 4c, to draw along, persuade to accompany; to 

bring in, as a tame elephant does a wild one; ^K. and C. S.) 6. 
o''>c', 4o, 4o, adv. in a widespread manner, as flowers, 
o', 5o, V. *8, 5c, to hang over, as over a rope; to suspend, as a 

cloth from a railing, or to place upon, as something on the 

shoulder. 
cSd', 5o, 2o, adv. in a one-sided manner, as, "So'cSd^, 2c, 5o, 2o, 

to ride on a side-saddle. 



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o'co^S, 5o, 2c; 5^', 5o, Sc, v. the same as o', 5o. 
col, 6c, n. a species of bamboo, *Co|, 5c, 5c. 
C01, 5c, V. *C<S, 5o, to strike, to beat. 

001 J'8?! 6c, 4c, 3c, V. to ascend a tree by driving in pegs. 
ac^, 6c, 3o; c8cS, 5c, 5o, v. the same as co|, 5c. 
CoC, Ic, n. *C<S, lo, a tree whose fibrous inner bark is used for 
rope making; the bark of the tree; a term for the genera 
hibiscus, or sterculia. 

cc6, Ic, 3o, n. the bark of one variety of the tree. 

(SdoS, Ic, 4o, n. the bark of another variety of the tree. 

- c*', Ic, 5c, 3c, n. the bark of a variety of the tree. 

waS, Ic, Ic, n. a kind of tree, the leaf of which is used in 

making cigars, the sebestens, a species of Cordia. 
c8, Ic, 4m, n. the bark of one variety of the hibiscus. 
5iCoS, Ic, Ic, 5o, n. the bark of one variety of the tree, 
co^, 2c, V. *q6, 2o, (coTB.) to appear, come to light; (K.) 4c. 
S-aSw^^s, 2c, lm,4c, V. to come into existence. 
cfcoSwil, 2c, 4c, 4c, V, to appear suddenly. 
(i\t, 2c, 4c; yag^-[i, 2c, 2c, 4c, v. the sam^ as co^, 2c. 
co^, 3c, n. a father, xfide jy^, 3c. 
jDcJ, 3c, 4c, w. a stepfather. 

"O, 3c, 2o, n. a man who bears the expense of a boy entering 

the novitiate or the priesthood and thereby becomes his 
second father. 

cx)8, 3c, 3c, n. a father-in-law. 

c85, 3c, 2c, n. a stepfather. 

3C, 3c, 5c, n. a maternal uncle-, a mother's younger brother. 
qS'oS, 3c, Ic, 5o, n. the middle-aged head of a family. 
', 3c, 3o, n. a widower. 

c5, 3c, 3o, n. an officer who acts as the agent of a higher one. 

c8S, 3c, 5m, n. a person who employs another in work; a 

person who lends money; one who feeds a destitute person. 
cpS, 3c, 6o, n. a divorced man. 
- .wsS, 3c, lo, n. a father's younger brother. 

Jn\, 3c, -Ic, n. a paternal uncle, a father's youno;er brother. 

-'Sgo, 3c, 2c, n. an own father. 



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co^jag^. 3c, 2c, n. a stepfather. 

co^j 4Cj '0- *c^> 4io, to be meet, suitable, sufficient, j^, 2c; ta 
agree, as, cx^SjooSco^/J^S, 2c, Ic, 4c, Ic. 

c8o^, 4c, Ic, 2c, V. to be presumptive evidence, to be credible. 

co^, 4c, V. *qS, 4o, (cols B.) to be plentiful, not scarce. 
CO^, 4c, conj. if, vide ooS, Ic, o^, 4c, has no time limit. 
JD|, 4c, 3c, adv. only; even. 
ap8, 4c, 3c, adv. soon, presently. 
^c^ScoS, 4c, Ic, Ic, conj, therefore. 

cco^, 4c, 4c, adv. used with jsq, 2c, js^co^cco^, 2c, 4c, 4c^ 
ivith indifference. 

/ao-jc^, 4c, 2c, Ic, con^. else. 

8y., 3c, 3c, adv. with a sound like that of footsteps falling on 

the ground. 

^ O^o^, 3c, 3c, 3c, 3c, adv. the same. 

^^Jd, 4c, 4c, adv. intensive, used with o5, Im, and MoS, 5c. 

^b, 5c, v. *oS, 5c, to teach, break in, as an ox. 

^^, 5c, 2c, 2c, V. the same. 

^S, 2o, n. *oS, 2o, bark, rind, peel, skin, shell, husk, nuUj 

(K.) 4o. 

So, 2o, 2o, n. chaff, husks of pounded rice. 

9^1, 2o, Ic, V. to be thick-barked or shelled, to be of a gross, 

thick habit of body, to be sluggish. 

wiSjs^-^c, 2o, 2o,lc, n. the outer fibrous bark of a cocoanut. 

6, 2o, lo, V. to be thin-barked or shelled; to be thin, not 
stout; to be agile. 

8o5, 2o, 5m, n. a capsule, a pericarp. 

o6, 2o, lo, V. vide ^^6, 2o, lo. 

<^h, 3o, V. *oS, 3o, to be spread wide over a considerable sur- 
face, as a sore, a body of water, or a multitude of men. 

- 56", 3o, 4o, V. the same. 

1^5, Ic, V. *o5, Ic, to thrust aside, out of one's way by pushing 
against, as tall grass; (K.) 3c. 

^S, 2c, V. to bulge out, protuberate, 36, lo. 

^S, 3c, n. *o8, 3c, an artificial cavern. 

00, 3c, 3c, 71. the Sb,ine. 



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^68, 8c, 8c, adv. extensively, used with ^o5, 4c, as in excavat- 
ing, generally having a small opening. 

^6, 8c, V, *o8, 8c, to trust, rely on, as a teacher or an object of 
worship. 

JD<?, 8c, 8o, V. the same. 

j^S^St^-^S, 8c, 2c, 8c, Ic, V. to trust in the power of another. 

- ,o8^Sc8, 8c, 2c, Ic, 4c, V. the same. 

' ^8, 3c, 2c, V. to take refuge. 

j;8S, 3c, Ic, V. the same as ^8, 8c. 

o8, 4c, n. beginning, commencement, cj^Ycotj^uyS, 2c, 6c, Ic, 4c. 

88, lo, n. form, shape; pattern, example, rule; what pertains 
to a person or thing, one's property, as, '^S^S, 3o, lo. 

' />8, lo, 2c, n. natural state without modification; adv. a 
formerly, as usual. 

SiScS^S, lo, 4o, Ic, n. the piece of wood or substance used in 
shaping a sandal. 

C"0^c88, lo, 4c, 3o, n. a pattern of the neck of a jacket. 
-oo8, lo, lo, n. the same as ^8, lo. 

cSo88Sc5', lo, Ic, lo, 4c, n. the suitable, natural relation of 

husband and wife. 
' c88jd^, lo, Im, Ic, adv. in like manner, likewise, so. 
y8, lo, 8o, n. the same as ^ScbS, lo, lo. 
^Sco"]^, lo, Ic, int. denoting astonishment. 
^8, 2o, V. *oS, 2o, (^8 B.) to own, possess, have a right to; to 

be over, to be chief, /a^cS, 6c; (K.) 4o. 
8S, 2o, 8o, V. to preside over, to possess authority over. 
- cocS, 2o, 2o, V. to have the power of life and death. 
868s, 2o, 2o, adv. intensive, generally with a negative, as, j3Q|i 

^8?8, 2c, 4f;. 2o, 2o. 
^SSS^SoS, 2o, 3o, 2o, 3o, adv. with a swinging motion. 
^8, 3o, n. *o8, 3o, a shallow crucible, in/req., 88, 3o. 
88, 3o, v. *o8, 3o, to be out of the way, to err, be wrong; to 

be different in kind; to be dislocated, as a joint; to fail of 

hitting a mark. 
oo8, 3o, 4o, v. to go aside from the road by mistake. 

^8, 3o, 3c, V. to err whether by word, thought or action. 



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SSj^'^SooS, 3o, 4c, 3o. 4o, V. to mistake a road, to mistake 

concerning a matter, 

JcS>S^ 3o, Im, V. to strain a muscle, vide j;8>S^S, Im, 3o. 

86, 4o, V, *o5, 4o, to give light to, to cause to shine, give light 

to a person. 
cS, 4o, Ic, V. to cause light to come to or enter a place. 

ooS, 4o, 2c, V. to shine upon. 

oS, 4o, lo, V. to give light to. 

caS, 4o, Ic, t. to cause light to shine upon. 

8S8S, 4o, 4o, adv. used with oS, 2o, (b.). 

8o5, 2c, V. *ooS, ^c, to open, be opened, cfocp, 2c. 

o?cS> 2c, 4o, V. to open for the purpose of looking into or 

out of. 
8o5, 4c, V. *oo5, 4c, to pull the string of a bow, as, ^oS/>S, 4c, 

2o, to shoot; to dress cotton with a bowstring. 
"pcpj 4'C, Ic, V. to dress" cotton with a bowstring. 
. WiSjdS^'^S, 4c, 2o, lo, Ic, V. to shoot clay balls with a bow. 
80S, 4c, 0. to be straight, as a tosA or tree. 

cS8, 4c, 3c, V. the same, 

80S, 5c, V. *oo5, 5c, to cast away, throw away with violence. 

8o5, 6c, 5c, V. the same. 

8'>S, Ic, n. *o'>S, Ic, an abscess in the armpit. 

^S, Ic, n. *o*S, Ic, an arrow. 

ooSoSS, Ic, 4o, 4o, n. an arrow used in a />S'0"[o8S, 2o, Ic, 

lo. 
8'>S, Ic, V. *o^, Ic, to scatter, throw about. 
<Sd8^^ccS8, Ic, 2o, Ic, 2o; ccS, Ic, 2o, v. the same. 
8>S8S, 2c, 3c, adv. with a rotund or globose form, '>S, 4o, 

also 2o, 3o. 
^'>S, 4c, n. the very beginning, origin. 
o-^S^^, 4c, 4c, adv. trembling from a concussion, used with 00^, 

3o; crowded, used with o, 5c. 

. o^o'>S, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

O-^S, 5c, n. *o>S, 5c, the bottom of anything as a house or box, 

vide .O^S, So. 
- ^> 5c, 4o, n. the floor of a house. 



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^^"oaS, 5c, Ic, n. numbness. 

^S, 5c, V. to cast away, used only with 8o5, 3o^ 

- 3o5, 5c, 3o, V. to cast away. 

8^, 3o, pr. others. 

d8^c8^, 3o, 2o, 2o, a. strange, unknown to. 
ooSs^Dj, 3o, 2o, 5c, pr. the same as 8S, 3o. 

ooSc8, 3o, 2o, 3c, pr. others, from another place. 

j^o5^, 3o, 4m, 4(C, v. to do evil to a person. 

^S, 4o, V. *o^, 4)0, to incline, place obliquely; to be inclined; 
n. an incline, a slope. 

8o, 3o, V. *oS, 3o, to strike, as the waves on the shore, or 
water agitated by the shaking of the vessel which contains 
it; n. a. wave, used as a couplet with c8S, 4o. 

00^, 3o, 4o, V. to slop over. 
^c, 3o, 5c, n. a wave. 

^S^SoSoS, 4o, 4o, 4o, 4o, adv. with a sound like the clapping 
of the hands. 

^^, 4c, V. 6, 4c, to scoop into the mouth with the hand, as any- 
thing dry like parched corn. 

S6^S, 4o, 4o, adv. completely, full to the brim, c8, Im. 

y<5, 5o, V. *6, 5o, to be cloyed, as with rich, savory food. 

88, Ic, V. to be distended, vide 88, 3c. 

^8, 3c, V. *o\, 3c, to throw, cast, as a stone; (K.) 4c. 

ooS, 3c, 5c, V. the same. 

^8, 3c, V. *o'[, 3c, to be distended, inflated, blown up. 

8S, 3c, lo, V. the same. 

^8, 4c, V. *o'[l, 4c, to lift up so as to look under; to be lifted by 
the wind, as a streamer. 

<^c^ 4c, 4o, V. the sam, 

^8, 4c, V. *o\%, 4c, to have the peculiar roughness of flesh caused 
by cold or fear, called goose skin, o5'0'>S'>8^8, 2c, lo, 
5o, 4c. 

*^'>, 4c, lo, V. to boast, swagger. 

^^^^CoY* ^^) lo, 4c, V. to ruffle the feathers of the neck, as a cock. 

^8, 5c, V. *o, 5c, to bring things in succession to a place; to 
come in succession, as different companies of men. 
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^8, lo, V. *o|, Ic, to be wet, oS^S, 4c, lo; more freq., 5o. 

^, lo, 5c, V. the same. 

88, 3o, prep, because of, on account of. 

fi\, 3o, 3c, prep, the same. 

c'cx)6, 3o, Ic, 2c, conj. therefore. 

- vc' co^ o|, 3o, Ic, 2c, 3c, conj. therefore, vide ^cpco, 4o, 4c. 

ac'ecS, 3o, Ic, 3o, conj. therefore; (C. S. j ^8co', 3o, Ic. 

coB, 3o, 4c, prep, on account of. 

iSoaS, 3o, Ic, prep, the same. 

88'>88, 4o, 4o, adv. in a pendulous manner, oo', 5c. 

01C'[, 4o, 4o, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

88, 5o, V. the same as 38, lo. 

88, 5o, V. *o, 5c, to be soft, tender, yielding, lax. 

OJa^S/aoS, 5o, 5c, Ic, Ic, v. to be soft, yielding, used of mud. 

338o, 5o, 5c, 5o, 5c, V. the same as 88, 5o. 

o^, 2c, V. *3^, 2o, to separate, detach, pull off, skin. 

'>c8, 2c, Ic, V. to skin an animal. 

8^, 2c, 2o, V. to skin a fruit, strip off bark. 

oB, 2c, V. to have the peculiar roughness of flesh caused by cold 

or fear, 88, 4c. 
cfc-aS, 2c, 3o, V. the same. 
oS, 3c, n. a time, as, one time, c$o8, 2c. 
CoSaig, 3c, Ic, 4c, adv. next time. 
QC"[00'[c8'>8, 3c, 3c, 2c, 4c, adv. afterwards, hereafter. 
>', 3c, 5c, adv. this time. 
'>S, 3c, 3c, adv. once. 
co8, 3c, Ic, adv. next time, afterwards. 
c88, 3c, Im, adv. once, only one time. 

oS'^S, 3c, 4c, adv. afterwards. 

yM-^SooS, 3c, Ic, 4o, adv. the time before. 

yag'^ooSoDoS, 3c, Ic, 4o, 4c, adv. the first time. 

oS, '3c, V. to return to a place; to return, go back. 

5k^H'^^^' '^^' ^^' ^^' ^^' ^* ^" J'sach a place again, to return to. 

pB, 4c, V. *3B, 4o, n. to be dwarfish, disproportionately small, 

spoken of persons and things of the same kind; n. a short 

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oB5, 4c, 3o, n. a supporting crotch, a crutch. 

00 g.S, 4c, 5c, 4c, v. to be very diminutive in stature. 

O^, 5c, n. *QS, 5o, a collection of several, houses or districts 

under one head or jurisdiction, as, ^^88, 5c, 4o; o)do8, 

5c, 3o, vide c^, 2c. 

9So.S'c'[8, 5c, 3o, 5c, 4c, n. a local jurisdiction. 
o^8.S, 5c, 5o, V. to quarrel, be at cross purposes. 

o.Sco^, 5c, 5c, n. one of the stomachs of a ruminant, not the 

chief one. 
oS, Ic, n. a booth or hut having an arched roof. 

coS, Ic, 5o, n. a howdah. 

- oo5, Ic, 3o, n. a small hut used by a priest during the time 

of confessing sins. 
o5, Ic, V. *86, lo, to consider, have the intention to do, to take 

care of, minister to the benefit of. 
jD'>So8c'S, Ic, lo, Ic, 4o, V. to arrange work. 
-c|ooc|, Ic, 2c, 5c, 2c, V. to minister to or propagate a 

religion. 

odS, Ic, 3o, v. the same as oS, Ic. 
ooSoS^o5, Ic, 3o, Ic, 4m, v. the same. 

"Jc^^SaS, Ic, 3c, 4o, D. to care for one's family. 

- 9o5, Ic, 4m, V. to care for, minister to. 

c6, 2c, V, *85, 2o, to pierce, or be pierced, penetrate, go through; 

to have a hole made into; to go through to, i. e. to reach 

a place; to come out of, appear; to have a use; ^ K. ) 4c; 

(C.S.) Ic. 
'3^5 gSo^, 2c, 3c, 2c, 4c, V. to be familiar with the ins and 

outs of a thing. 
S^Sgj^, 2c, Im, 4c, v. to go straight through, as a hole. 
38, 2c, Im, V. the same. 
co6, 2c, 5o, V. to be pierced, have a hole through. 

cgoS, 2c, 3c, V. the same. 

oS, 2c, V. *8S, 2o, (o)S B.) to pawn or mortgage, vide jd, 5c. 
g8, 3c, w. *8, 3o, that part of anything included between two 

joints or knots, as in the arm, or in a bamboo; (K.) Ic. 
/>8, 3c, 3o, n. the leg below the knee. 



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oS"!, 8c, Ic, n. the leg above the knee. 

- c8'S, 3c, Ic, n. the parts between the joints of the toes. 

c8'>Sod8, 3c, Ic, 40, v. to be long-legged. 

', 3c, 5c, 71. the part between two joints of a bamboo. 

- 38, 3c, 4c, 71. the parts between the joints of the fingers. 

28oo8, 3c, 4c, 4o, V. to be long-armed. 

cOiS, 3c, 2c, n. the bone between two joints. 

/n*, 3c, 3c, n. a short piece of sugar cane, a joint of sugar 

cane. 
o8, 4c, n. (colSlB.) an arched roof. 

yj, 4c, 4c, n. an arch. 

o5, 4c, V. *u, 4o, to rise, swell up, as a blister, or bread over 

the fire. 
"8S, 4c, 3c, V. to rise up through, as yeast. 

o^S, 4c, 5c, V. to rise up, as a blister. 

oS, 4c, V. *8S, 4o, ( cols 8 B. ) to associate with; to join, be 

united with; to add, ( arithmetic j. 
JDS, 4c, Ic, V. to associate, keep company with. 
60S, 4c, 3o, V. ( ooSB.) to associate, go into partnership. 
oSSS, 4c, 4o, n. a village at the north of Inleyua Lake at the 

foot a mountain having the same name. 
pS, 5c, V. *38, 5o, to lament, bewail, find fault with, scold. 
-oS, 6c, 4o, V. to bewail, lament, find fault. 
9^, 5c, 2c, V. the same. 
co|, 5c, 2c, V. to scold, revile. 

o^, 5c, 3c, V. to scold, less strong than oSooi^, 5c, 2c. 
go5, 2c, n. *3o5, 2o, the lungs; (K.) 4c. 
oo5, 2c, V. *3o5, 2o, to be smooth, fine, nice, handsome. 

c8'>S, 2c, 3c, V. to be clean and clear. 

zS, 2c, Ic, V. the same. 

ooS, 3c, V. *3o5, 3o, (qcS B.) to rub, brush, clean. 

08, 3c, Ic, t;. the sam. 

^8'>c, 3c, 5c, 4c, t;. to wash with silver. 

ooSojS, 3c, 4c, n. a baluster, a balustrade or railing. 

OoS, 4c, V. *3oS, 4o, to be short, not long; n, a short piece, 

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oo5j;88, 4c, lo, n. the portion of the body from the small of the 

back upward; in human beings, the waist. 
o^S, 3c, V. to tell to, to instruct, (b.^, sometimes 4c. 
oaS, 3c, V. *8'>S, 3o, to put into the mouth of another person^ 

as food , 
o^, 3c, V. *8^, 3o, to clean cotton by pulling and picking. 

'O'S, 3^^, Ic, V. the same. 

0'>83cp, 4c, 4o, adv. in the prime of youth, used of persons about 

sixteen years of age, (b.). 
g-aSScp, 4c, 4:^, adv. with bright rapid glances, used with oo', 

Ic. 
o5, 2c, n. *QS, 2o, a cutaneous affection. 
oS, 2c, lo, n. a variety of this disease. 

o5, Sc, Ic, n. one kind of malignant erysipelas, more dangerous 

than gtS'oS, 2c, lo. 
^SS<S, 3c, 3o, V. (K.) to slop, vide ^<S, 3o. 
ocS, 4c, V. to rattle, as marbles, when children play. 

0(58(58(5, 4c, 4c, 4o, 4o, adv. with a rattling sound. 

06*, 5c, V. *8t5, 50f to hide or conceal one^s self, vide 85, 4o. 

oS, vide o. 

o', 2c, V. *qS, 2o, to loose, set at liberty, free. 

ScS, 2c, 3c, V. to spread out as paper in the process ot making. 
S8, 2c, 4o, V. to permit a person to return to any place. 

c8oS, 2c, 3c, V. the same as o', 2c. 
cooS, 2c, 8c, V. the same. 

o', 2c, V. *c5', 2o, to send, despatch. 

^1, 2c, 2c, V, to send to another place. 

c^l, 2c, 5c, V. to send away disease on an animal, or on the 

image of one. 
ODOoS, 2c, 5c, 4o, V. to spread news. 
ccS, 2c, Ic, V. to send away, let go, give freedom. 

]8, 2c, 4c, V. to send, with the idea of motion toward one's 

self. 
/s^'gS, 2c, 5c, 5o, V. to permit. 

o', 4c, n. ( b B. ) a feast, festival, entertainment of any kind. 
3aSo'^(5, 4c, Ic, 4c, 4o, n. a feast, entertainment. 



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o'-oooS, 4c, 2o, 2o, n. the festival attending the entrance of a 
lad upon the novitiate, o'oo<^, 4c, 2o, 4c. 

cooS, 4c, 3o, n. (ooS^ B.) a theatrical exhibition. 

cx)8ffi]g, 4c, 3c, 4c, n. a festival at a pagoda. 

coSc^^Sco-jS, 4c, 3c, Ic, 2c, n. a festival connected with a 
priest's funeral. 

aoS cgS, 4c, 2o, 4c, n. vide g'-oooS, 4c, 2o, 2o. 

00, 4c, 4c, n, vide g'c85, 4c, 3c. 
, 4c, 5c, n. a horse race. 

o5, 4c, 4o, n. (hooSiB.) the same as o', 4c. 

c85, 4c, 3c, n. a testival in which books are read for amusement. 
3001, 4c, 5c, n. the same as o'co8'>Sm'>S, 4c, 3c, Ic, 2c. 
'88, 4c, 4o, n. a boat race. 

yaQcBcS, 4c, 5c, 2m, n. an anniversary festival. 

o'co^^J, 4c, 4c, n. ( d8 B. j a broker, agent, go-between. 

o', 4c, V. part, used as a future particle with an adversative sense, 

vide vg', 4c. 
c8S, 4c, Ic, conj. but, nevertheless, vide vg'c8S, 4c, Ic. 

co, 4c, 4c, conj. the same. 

o, Ic, V. *S, lo, to be exceedingly high, lofty; to reach to some 

lofty object. 

g^, Ic, 2c, V. to reach the clouds, soar to the clouds. 
cioog^, Ic, 5c, Ic, 2c, V. the same. 

o, Ic, V. *S, lo, to take shelter in, hide. 

OtS, Ic, 4o, V. the same. 

o, 2c, n. *S, 2o, a small basket box for containing clothes, food, 
etc. 

*o8, 2c, 3c, n. such a box for rice, j:BS'O0, 2o, 3c. 

30^8, 2c, 2c, 4c, n. such a box for clothes. 

n, 3c, V. to fell, as a tree, vide 6, 3c. 

o, 3c, t;. to be well rounded out, (b.), also used in yago, 3c, 3c. 

ooo>Soo|8, 3c, 4c, 4c, n. one who has charge of burying or burn- 
ing the dead. 

o, 4c, V. *, 4o, to join, unite flatwise; to stay up, brace up 
by putting something flatwise, as one board under another 
one about to break; n. a stay, brace, 6, 4o. 



(gjEcooS 431 

oo, 4c, 4c, adv. with a recitative tone, as a man repeating Bud- 
dhist prayers. 
<^S, 3o, V. *3S, 3c, ( <goS B. ) to be witty, trifle with, deride,^ 

treat derisively. 
<g5jDc88, 3o, 5c, 2c, n. (6ffl8SP.) an astrological scheme, which 

forms the basis of subsequent calculations; an almanac. 
(g-S, 4o, adv. *SB, 4c, with the sound of slapping or rapping. 
OjScoSaoS, 2o, Ic, 5c, conj. besides, coSccS^c^S, lo, Ic, 5c. 
<gS, 4o, V. *36, 4c, ( GSsB. j to be violent, pungent, also GS, 

4o. 
(goS, 3o, V. *8o5, 3c, ( GoS B. ) to be ended, to cease, stop, to 

appraise at a proper price. 
JDmoS'^, 3o, 3c, 3o, Ic, V. to appraise the value. 
aoSoooS, 3o, 3o, n. ( GocoS P. ) a building or steeple with a 

graduated roof. 
(goSoo^c^, 3o, 5c, 2c, n. ( Gooo^o P. ) a question or subject for 

discussion. 
(JO^CCjS, 3o, 4o, v. (RqSs p.) to decide, settle, establish. 
(gS, 2o, V. *8'S, 2c, (y^ B.) to repeat, '^'3^, 4c; adv. a time, 

<g'>88'[, 2o, 3c, once, cg8(gc>S!, Ic, 2o, twice, 
c8^, 2o, 3c, V. to repeat from memory. 
- /aQ9c5, 2o, 5c, 3o, v. (sq^oSG^ B.) to translate. 
<g<Sco[oo, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. (GqoeSoo P.) a cardinal virtue 

of which there are four, viz., Qc8ao\, 3o, 2c; ^?|9C1, 5c, 

5c, 2c; 4^c8co|, 5c, 5c, 2c; y3^8'0|, 5c, 5c, 2c., 
(X[, Ic, v. to be well rounded out in the abdomen, 0(J\\, Ic, Ic. 
ajooi^, 2c, 2c, n. a policeman. 
<^\cB, 2c, 3c, n. (cgoOoS P.) a divine communication of any 

kind; a prophetic utterance. 
g]c8, 2c, 5c, n. (<go8 P.) sickness, oo88'>S, 4o, Im. 
(jjlooo, 2c, 5c, 5c, . fcgodloP.) sorrow, anxiety, regret. 
(gi^Cj, 2c, 2c, n. (gcol P.) anxiety, brooding care. 
(^\t, 4c, a. aux. (oc^og B.) used to denote flat things, "86*, 4o. 
<^|s, 4c, v. *S, 4c, (Q B.) to show, c-sS, lo. 

,g, 4c, 3c, V. to practice with muskets, as soldiers at a review. 

cooS, 4c, 3o, V. to act on the stage. 



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ajsdS.S, 4c, 4c, v. to parade. 

ooa''o8, 4c, 4c, 4c, V. to work miracles. 

|5ccS, 4c, 3o, 6o, V. to practice legerdemain. 

CoBc8.S, 4c, 8c, 4c, V. to parade, to practice on parade. 

^oo\, 3c, 2c, n. ( @83^ ^' ^ ^ ^^^^ ^ being inferior to man, 

inhabiting one of the four states of suffering, applied to the 

lower animals, as insects, fish, serpents. 
^^OD, 5c, 5c, n. ((000 P.) Taurus, the second sign of the Zodiac. 
^-Soaj, 3m, 2c. n. ( @^3 P. ) Scorpio, the eighth sign of the 

Zodiac. 
Oji^oScoSy, 5c, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. (GgScooo P.) the great island 

on the east of the Myenmo mountain. 
ojiS, 2c, V. vide 88, 2m. 
<g|^8(g[8, 4c, 4c, adv. (Qg B.) glaringly, brilliantly. 

-(^"[sojig, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

cS), 2c, V. to be unloosed, freed from, vide sS, 2c. 

c^, 5c, V. (^ B.) to be full. 

CO, 5c, 2c, V. ( ^ B.) to be possessed of, be fulfilled, replete 

with, 
cg^, 2c, V. *C^, 2o, to enjoy one's self, be happy, pleased, c^8, 

4o, ^, 3o. 
c6co|8c6, 2c, Ic, 4c, Ic, V. the same. 

001, ^^f^^t ^* ^^ ^ pleased, to agree. 

^8c, 2c, 4m, Ic, V. to be happy in mind. 

oj6, 4c, n. (cGdSs B.) a tube used for blowing or projecting. 

gjS^S, 4c, 3c, n. (cQoS? B.) the barrel of a gun. 

S, 5c, V. vide o, 5c. 

So5, 8o, V. *^oS, 3c, to slip, also oe^cS, 5c, 3o, and ocooS, 5c, 

3o. 

-SlR^^^^' ^' ^^' ^ ^^' '^' * ^^^P "^ ^^y ^^^ \h&n another. 

Go5, 4o, V. to have a scar. 

fioS, 4o, V. to fly out of with force, as water from a squirt gun. 

co-jS, 4o, Ic; ^^y 4o, 2c, v. the same. 

8, lo, V. to fly with a swift, gliding motion, as a swallow, 

sometimes^ oco8, 5c, lo. 
GS, So, V. *S, 3o, to leap forward. 



ScSo 438 

G8Q8, 3o, lo, V. the same. 

pS, 4o, V. *8S, 4c, (gSB.) to open, (b.); to become manifest 

as a Buddh or god, sometimes 5o. 
S, 4c, V. *8, 4c, to cover with, dress, to wear, (b.V 
"oSScQS, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4m, v. to wear clothes, (b.), 
cS, 4c, 4c, adv. having many strings or ends to one's clothes; 

raggedly, co', 5c. 
S, 5c, V. *8, 5c, to wait for, be on the lookout for, to take 

care of, attend on, protect, 

/jS, 6c, lo, V. to stand sentry. 

o, 5c, Ic, V. to practice, keep, observe. 

o8d5co|, 5c, 3m, 2c, v. to be faithful. 

- coo9c/3Q?, 5c, 2c, 4c, V. to superintend, direct, as affairs 

connected with a prince's journey. 
09<^. 5c, 4o, V. to watch, look after. 

coo^cooS, 5c, 3c, 3o, v. to persist in speaking repeatedly. 
^coo^8o5, 5c, 3c, 4m, v. to persist in doing repeatedly. 
QO\, 5c, 3c. V. to wait for, hope for. 
c8S, 5c, 4c, V. to watch and care for, as a nurse or a shepherd. 

<fo^OO, 5c, 4c, Ic, V. to watch, guard the door. 
cS, 5c, Ic, V. to be devoted to the service of a nat. 
o88, 5c, 5m, V. to feed, tend, as animals. 

coSoocS, 5c, Ic, 5c, 4o, v. to watch, look after. 

S, 2m, V. *6, 2o, to secrete, hide from sight. 

cO(S, 2m, 4c, V. to hide from sight by placing behind something. 

86", 2m, 4o, V. the same as S, 2m. 

S, 5m, n. *6, 5o, the side of a body, animate or inanimate. 

coo'j'x)^, 5m, 2c, Ic, adv. side by side. 

'^cS'oS, 5m, 5c, 5m, 3c, n. the sides in the region of the 

digestive organs. 

co', 5m, Ic, n. the middle part of a mountain declivity. 

S, 4o, n. *6, 4o, a small basket worn by the Shans, attached 
to the girdle at the back; a cylindrical basket used by 
Karens, suspended from the shoulder or forehead. 

6d, 4o, 5c, n. a small basket for holding a dah or knife, and 
worn at the back. 
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The eleventh letter of the Shan Alphabet and the second 
Consonant in the class of labials. 

60, 5c, 11. *cB, 5c, a large knife with a blunted end; the hatchet 

of the Shans. 

^-S, 5c, 5c, n. the same. 

cSi^oS, 5c, 2c, 5o, n. a blade with a long handle at right 

angles, for clearing away grass, etc. 
c8c^6, 5c, 2c, 3c, n. a blade with a long straight handle, for 

clearing a rice field. 
(t>, 5c, n. *cS, 5c, the visible heavens, the sky. 

oSco, 5c, lo, lo, n. the same, 

^, 5c, 3c, V. to be overcast, overspread with clouds. 

"SScfcc^, 5c, Im, 5c, 2c, v. to be deep blue, I'ike the clear sky, 

-^'i^, 5c, 2c, V. to be overcast with clouds. 

ODD, 5c, 3c, V. the same. 

oS, 5c, 2o, V. to be clear, unclouded. 

oScSocQS, 5c, 2o, 5c, 4o; o5c^>S, 5c, 2o, 3c; ^oScS, 5c, 

2c, Ic, V. the same. 
ScjD^S, 5c, 3c, 5c, 5c, n. the relations of a prince. 
00 1, 5c, 2c, V. to strike, as lightning. 
cSoS, 5c, 2o, V. to thunder in short, abrupt claps. 
otS, 5c, 3o, o, to lighten; n. lightning. 
(^c8, 5c, 4o, V. vide cSdc^oS, 5c, 4o. 

^, 5c, 4c, V. to rumble in the sky like distant thunder. 
" coS, 5c, ]c, V. to thunder; n. thunder. 

co53oSo|, 5c, 2o, 4m, Ic, n. clouds which lie in scales. 

ooSco', 5c, 2o, 4o, n. the same. 

coS. 5c, 5o, V. to not rain in season. 

::8o5cSdc8S, 5c, 2o, 5c, 5o, v. to be dry, without sign of rain. 
<^o5, 5c, 4o, V. to be overcast, overspread with clouds. 

(j^8cSpvSop, 5c, 3c, lo, 4o, V. to rain. 

/2^, 5c, 4c, V. the same as cSoooS, 5c, 4o. 
CJO, 5c, n. (LaosJ a novitiate for the priesthood. 



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<t>^/30'[, 3c, 5c, 2c, n. ( ooodl P. ) Bagawah, a name applied to 

a Buddh. 
6oS^, 4c, n. *cS5, 4c, any cooked condiment to be eaten with 

rice, curry. 

jDcS, 4c, 2o, n. the mustard plant. 

lOOO^, 4c, 2c, 4c, n. the leaves of a plant which grows at the 

edge of lakes or rivers. 
J^\, 4c, Ic, n. a plant whose white fragrant rootlets are much 

eaten in the Shan States. 

K, 4c, 4c, n. the coriander plant. 

J5oS, 4c, 2c, n. a fern of which the Shans distinguish many varie- 
ties, as, cSo.Sj^oS.gS, 4c, 2c, 5c, a climbing fern; cSo^y^oS 

o;^S, 4c, 2c, lo; cfc^y^oSj^, 4c, 2c, 4o. 

jD, 4c, 2c, n. the three-leaved caper. 

^o, 4c, 4c, Ic, n. a kind of plant. 

"86*, 4c, 5o, n. a creeper growing in bamboo hedges, whose 

leaves and fruit are used for curry, 
"88, 4c, Im, n. leaves or herbs used for making curry. 
"SdSaS, 4c, 3c, 4c, n. the fragrant arum. 
5o8.g', 4c, 3c, 4c, 4o, n. a vegetable planted with mustard, 

whose leaves are used for curry. 

'9'3', 4c, lo, lo, n. spinous amaranthus. 

"SScS^, 4c, 4o, 3o, . a creeper found on trees the leaves of 

which are used for curry. 
-^"O, 4c, 4o, n. a thorny bush whose leaves are used for food. 
CCOY, 4c, 4c, n. a stew of a plant of some kind, often mustard 

leaves, with sour fruit or vegetable and native sugar. Pork 

and fish are sometimes used with various ingredients. 
cgoSc/so^, 4c, 4c, 3c, n. the leaves of a plant used in cooking. 
008.8, 4c, 5c, 3c, n. a species of anethum. 

088, 4c, 3m, n. the bauhinea tree. 
00, 4c, 3o, n. pickled leaves. 

cooS^, 4c, 3o, 3m, n. spilanthes acmella. 

^V> 4)0, 3o, Ic, n. the roselle plant. 

<y^S, 4c, 4o, n. a plant which grows in the water. 

oc, 4c, lo, n. capparis. 



436 cSo5o29 

tSo^-a^S, 4c, 5o, n. animal food. 

-j^Sja', 4c, 6o, 2c, n. the Indian horse-radish tree, moringa. 

-'>^, 4c, 2c, 11. a creeper whose leaves are used to eat with 

ng.ip-" 
'^ , 4c, 4c, n. ^^e tender shoots and leaves of the snake gourd, 

used as food. 
o^, 4c, 5c, n. leaves of the pumpkin. 
o, 4c, Ic, n. a vegetable creeper with esculent shoots and 

leaves. 
8S, 4c, 3c, n. the scarlet clerodendron, vide ooSSScSS, Ic, 3c, 

lo; sometimes applied to the fragrant clerodendron. 
O, 4c, 3o, n. a shrub, which grows in low moist places after the 

water of a river subsides in the dry season. 
85, 4c, 5c, n. a radish. 

SiS, 4c, 4o, n. a creeper which grows near the water. 
-^OoS, 4c, 2c, n. a creeper which has its home in lakes. 
cSd-j^i, 4c, 4c, n. vide g5<So-[i, 2c, 4c. 
cSoS, 4c, 4m, n. a small plant the leaves of which are used for 

food. 
ci)', 4c, 2c, n. a low plant whose leaves are minced with meat^ 

etc. 
ttoS, 4c, 4c, n. the sweet potato leaves. 
S, 4c, 2c, n. onions. 

8c8S, 4c, 2c, 5o, n. a white onion. 

^Sc8S, 4c, 2c, lo, n. vide cfc58y^6c8S, 4c, 2c, Ic, lo. 
8 j8(S^.S, 4c, 2c, Ic, 2o, n. vide cSo^cjp^, 4c, Ic. 
8q^8c8S, 4c, 2c, Ic, lo, n. onions, shallots. 

6, 4c, 2c, n. onion tops. 

goS, 4c, 4c, n. shoots of the mulberry used for food, 
CoS, 4c, 4o, n. leaves of the jack tree used for food. 

coi*^^, 4c, 4c, 4c, n. the cassia foetida plant. 
o53'>S, 4c, 4c, 4c, n. the same. 

c8S, 4c, lo, n. flesh of animals used for food, particularly beef. 
OdSScS, 4c, Ic, 3o, n. (K.) garlic, vide cfc^jDj, 4c, Ic. 
000, 4c, 4c, 4c, 71. a shrub, the flower* and leaves of which are 
used as a curry powder. 



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(fo^CcSco, 4c, 4o, 2c, n. a shrub whose leaves are used for curry. 

CO'sS, 4c, 4o, n. a kind of creeper. 

c88, 4o, 2o, 71. a species of ficus. 

O^^', 4c, lo, 3c, n. a shrub whose leaves are used for curry. 

<y^t 4c, 5o, n. a creeper whose leaves are poisonous to dogs. 

y?> 4c, 3o, n. cumin. 

O"!^, 4c, 3c, n. a species of acacia. 

J, 4c, 5c, n. the Ftcus infectoria. 

^^\y 4c, Ic, n. garlic. 

CfTj 4c, 2c, n. minced fish or meat mixed with condiments, 

wrapped and baked. 
<i), 4c, n. *cS^, 4c, a pod; (^K.) 4o. 
oo8, 4c, 2c, n. a bean pod; a. aux. used with things that have 

pods. 
oo5, 4c, V. *(S^, 4c, to bind round the waist, as a coolie his 

blanket. 
coojO|, 4c, 2c, n. one who makes an offering of an idol, [q^I^eoo 

JD|, 4c, 5c, 2c. 
oo^OD, 4c, Ic, n. a door. 

/>8cx>S, 4c, Ic, 3c, 4o, n. vide og|o./^8o|i, 2c, 5c, 4c, 4c. 

cjo5, 5c, V. *cS,S, 5c, to chop, mince; (K.) 3o. 

(Sa-S, 2o, n. *cS^, 2c, a division or portion of anything divided 

lengthwise into halves or fourths; sometimes incorrectly 

applied to other divisions; a part, a side, as of a body of 

water. 
j^S, 2o, 2o, n. long split bamboo used much like tiles for 

roofing. 
tt'^cS*, 2o, 5c, 2o, n. the same. 
c^, 2o, 3c, n. a fragment of a pot, a potsherd. 
CoS, 2o, n. mistletoe worts, parasites of the genus loranthus, each 

kind taking the name of the tree on which it is found, as, 

<fo^^^S, 2o, 2o, 3o, the mango loranthus; (K.) 4o. 
6oSf 2o, V. to put into the hand of another for keeping; to send 

by the hand of some person; n. a present to one's betrothed. 

CO^cgS, 2o, 3o, 2c, v. to send a present to a distance. 
(So-S, 3o,7i, *cj8, 3c, a bamboo floor, bamboo flooring. 



438 cfcSc^ 

62S, 3o, V. *cS5, 3c, to put together side by side; to compare; 
to unite, act in concert, do in partnership. 

CD^'O'3^, 3o, 2c, Ic, V. to be well matched. 
tSoiS,- 3o, V. *cS^, 3c, to separate. 

- OD'3^, 3o, lo, V. to separate from, leave. 

CXD'>^J3'[8, 3o, lo, 4c, V. the same. 

<So, 4o, n. (K.andC. S. ) a sheath, envelope, as the sheath of a 

knife, vide J^S, 4c. 
60S, Ic, n. *<BS, Ic, a curved stick used for stretching. 

qS, Ic, 2c, n. the curved stick that stretches the cloth in the 

loom. 
<SdS, Ic, V. *o85, Ic, to bury, cover up in the ground. 
- coS, Ic, 3o, V. to put a circular charm into the flesh. 
cS-jS, Ic, Ic, V. to bury. 
^, Ic, 2o, V, to bury the navel string; c8cSocJ, 3c, Ic, 2o, 

one's birthplace. 
60S, 2c, n. *cS, 2c, the bank of a river, lake or sea. 
0O'>c, 2c, 4c, n. a steep bank, a cliff. 

20o5, 2c, 4c, n. a projection of a bank. 

'>c, 2c, 5c, n. the bank of any body of water. 

oSco', 2c, 2o, 2o, n. the sea shore. 

^^, 2c, 4c, 71. the steep bank of a chasm, peculiar to limestone 

regions. 
[j|ooo5, 2c, 4c, 2o, n. a breach in such a bank. 
00 S, 4c, V. (Laos) to listen, obey, 00, 2c, also 4o. 
cSd, 5c, v. *cSS, 5c, to be decayed, rotten, as wood. 

jaa, 5c, 5c, v. the same. 

cjoS, lo, n. the sapan tree; madder, a red dye. 

60S, lo, n. *oo5, Ic, appearance, form, oS, 3o. 

60S, lo, n. *cSS, Ic, a shallow basin, as, 6d5co', lo, 4c, the cup 

of a balance. 
cjo', lo, 4c, n, a broad, shallow, earthen basin for holding fire. 

CX)'>S, lo, Ic, n. a stirrup, vide c^Sc8^, 2c, Ic. 

60S, 3o, V. *o8S, 3c, to strike against, drive or rush against. 

^1* ^ ^^' ^' ^ thiow down. 

cq, 3o, 4c, V. to rush up against. 



6dS:^, 3o, 2c, v. the same. 

80S, 80, 3o, V. throw away violently. 

60S, 4o, n. *cS8, 4c, (ooSs B.) the ganja or bhang plant, vide 06, 4o. 

60S, 4o, t;. *cj86, 4c, to be unsubstantial, empty, void, good for 

nothing, as a seed; to be void of truth, as, <q6oS, 4o, 4o; 

to be unable to see, vide oojcSoS, Ic, 4o. 

cBS, 4o, 3c, V. the same as 60S, 4o. 

6dS6oS, 5o, 20j also 5c, 2o, n. a membranous net or corering of 
somethings as the caul covering the intestines. 

Ccoo, 5c, 5c, n. (Pali) perception, vide cfcoSoo, 5c, 5c. 

<SooS, 4c, V. *cj8o5, 4c, to toss up, as rice in a flat-bottomed basket, 
when cleaning it from dust. 

cSdEcSoS-oj, 4c, 2o, 5o, 2c, v. to lift or toss up and blow away, 

as the wind. 

cSdoScSdoS, 4c, 4c, adv. (K. and C. S.) intensive, used of sour things, 
vide ooo5oooS, 3c, 3c. 

cSdoS, 4c, v. *o8o5, 4c, (006 B.) to read anything. 

yao-jS, 4c, 2o, v. the same. 

<Sdo5, 5c, V. *cSo5, 5c, to strike with a quick, sharp stroke, gen- 
erally with a small rod. 

c8cS, 5c, 5o, V. the same. 

88, 5c, 5o, V. the same, also 5c, 5c. 

cSooSco, 5c, 5c, n. (^ooDD P.] perception. 

(SdoS, 2o, v. *co5, 2c, to be astringent in taste; (K. ) 4c. 

cSoo5, 2o, V. *coS, 2c, to separate, part, sever, put at a distance; 
to separate from, go from; (K.) 4c. 

CJ3], 2o, 5c, V. to separate, as friends no longer friendly; to 

make a schism. 

CJ3|cSooSccS, 2o, 5c, 2o, 3o, v. the same. 

ac, 2o, 4o, V. to wean; to be weaned. 

ccS, 2o, lo, V. to separate, part from. 
<X)'3^, 2o, lo, v. the same. 

cSdcS, 3o, v. *cSo5, 3c, to go by or near, as a shot near the mark; 

to pass, as one person another on the road. 
6oc^.conS, 3o, 5c, 3o, n. (cosootS P.) a grand revolution or period 

of time which is distinguished by two Buddhs in succession. 



440 cSoSc5oScSScSS 

<SojSoo^(Sj?>c5o|, 3o, 5c, 3o, 2c, 2c, n. Ms same. 

6do5coo5, 5o, 5o, w. (C. S.) vide ooc^, 2c, Ic. 

<So>S, Ic, n. *cS>f , Ic, the circular flexure in the hair of animals, 

-giS, Ic. 
6d^S, Ic, Ic, adv. with a whirling, revolving motion, as a 

whirlwind. 
(Sd-sS, Ic, v. to dream, vide -jc-^ScSo^S, 4c, Ic. 
y*^* Ic, Ic, V. to dream, see in a dream. 
cSo'>Soo'[, 2c, 2c, n. (cocttpo P.^ treasure, goods laid up. 

co8, 2c, 2c, 4c, n. ( ^ B.) a treasurer. 

cSd'jS, 3c, v. *cS'>S, 3c, to twist tight and hard, to wring. 
cSd^S, 3c, V. *cS^, 3c, to be plump, firm in flesh, used with 8, 4c. 
cSo^, 4c, n. *o8'3S, 4c, a seed; a kind, a race. 
- cSj^/3o5, 4c, 4c, 2o, n. a mustard seed. 

&:>SR, 4c, 4c, 4c, n. the coriander seed. 

<fc>^, 4c, 5y. *cSS, 4c, to strike with the edge of a knife, to gash, 

chop. 

-DoS, 4c, 2o, V. to cut off". 

cScS, 4c, 4o, V. the same as 6o'>S, 4c. 

ci)', 4c, 5o, V. to cut off with a side stroke. 

CO, 4c, 5o, V. to fell. 

o8(J, 4c, 4c, V. to clear land of trees or brushwood. 

cp', 4c, 3c; (j^'cSd^ScScS, 4c, 3c, 4c, 4c, v. the same. 

cSdoS, 5c, v. *cS^, 5c, to knead with the hands, as dough: to 

press with the hands as the body. 
- 86", 5c, 2c, V, the same. 
(So-^S, lo, z^.*68^, Ic, to be poor, destitute; (K.) 4o. 

Sep, lo, 4o, V. the same. 

c^, lo, Ic, V. to be sorry, troubled in mind. 

- c^cSd^c-o^, lo, Ic, lo, 4c, V. the same. 

cSo5, lo, 2m, V. the same as cSd'>S, lo. 

OD>c, lo, V. *cS3S, Ic, to cut into thin slices, to pare oft', vide o8'S, 

Ic; (K.j 4o. 
- o8'>v, lo, Ic, V. the same. 

00'>coo>S, lo, lo, adv. shiningly, lustrously, glossilv, 88, So. 
68.>c68^, lo, lo, Ic, Ic, adv. the same. 



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(fo^S, 2o, n. 'cSaS, 2c, (o^ B.) glass, c6, 3c. 

cfc^S, 2o, T*. (oS B.) to create, (b.). 

00 6, 2o, 4o, f . ( od8 B.) to maice, create, give form and 

appearance . 
C^oS3S, ^, 4o, 4m, Im, v. the same. 
6o'a^, 3o, n. *cS8, 3c, a slice, piece of anything. 
cS^S, 3o, Ic, n. a clod; sod, turf. 
00^, 3o, V. *cS'3S, 8c, to experience horripilation, to have the 

fine hair of the skin stand erect, from a chill or fear. 

c8, 3o, lo, V. to have a chill before fever. 
o8'>S, 3o, 3c, V. the same as cSd-jS, 3o. 

cx>^, 4o, n. *o8'>S, 4c, the barking deer, cervus muntjak. 

60S, 2o, V. *cSBcS, 2c, to ghtter, scintillate. 

6o6f 2o, V. *cS(S, 2c, to make a confused noise, as the sound of 
water when disturbed; to scatter in fine particles, as water 
dashing against something, sometimes 3o. 

c5b5, vide &. 

cfcoo^iDcB, 5c, 2c, 5c, 5c, n. (00CX)DOc8 P.) one of the four infi- 
delities, that caused by fear. 

(fc^S^, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. vide o^S^, 5c, 2c, 2c. 

c5o<9)B, 5c, 3c, n, camphor. 

ci>'|)o>0'[CO[, 5c, 5c, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. (a<goooono P.j rude, violent^ 
abusive language, <Pfo5p./g, 4o, 4c, 4o, 4o. 

OOCOOO'^S, 5c, 5c, 2o, n. (acogoS P. j one who has obtained either 
of the four great rewards. 

CJ08, Ic, V. *cB8, Ic, to roast or burn by putting on or into the 
fire; (K.) 4c. 

c8, Ic, 2c, V. the same; to broil over the coals. 

opoS, Ic, 2c, V. the same. 

<^^, Ic, 4o, V. to roast in the fire. 

cSd8, 2c, n. *cS8, 2c, ashes, the remains of a fire. 

od8, 2c, 71. a time, ^.S, 3c, x>, 4c. 

608, 4c, n. (Laos) the evening meal. 

638, 2o, V, *cS8, 2c, to throw, scatter around; (C. S.) lo; (K.) 

4o. 
0^6'6D8.;g, 2o, 4o, 2o, 4o, V. to spread reports; to gossip. 
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442 6^1 

<i)88aS, 2o, Ic, V. to throw about, scatter around. 

CO, 2o, 4o, V. to scatter in the wind. 

<Sd8, 4o, v. to make a handsome appearance; to boast. 

a^6'cS:>8.g, 4o, 4o, 4o, 4o, v. to talk boastfully, make great 

pretensions. 
08, 4o, 4o, V. the same as ($38, 4o. 
jy^S, 4o, 2c, V. to boast, to make great pretensions, jy^S6o3f 

2c, 4o. 
000, 5c, 5c, n. ^000 P.) a state of existence of which there are 

three, present, past, and future. 
600B, 5c, 3o, 71. (coooS P.] the summit of a Sekkya system. 
cSdo^, 5c, 2cy n. (00I B.j a blanket of any kind. 
cSo o [OD "[/>[ 9^ 3DO0, 5c. 2c, 2c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. vide /ag-jcoDoo, 

5c, 5c, 5c, 5c. 
&, Ic, n. vide "'c$6, 2c, Ic. 
cSo, 3c, 71. *oo, 3c, a kind of ulcerous sore. 

oS, 3c, 2o, n. a variety of the same. 

oS, 3c, 3o, 71. a variety of the same. 

08 -"S, 3c, 4m, n. a variety of the same. 

ooS, 3c, 2o, 71. vide c5oo5, 3c, 2o. 
c^S, 3c, 3o, n.-vide <Sb(^S, 3c, 3o. 

<>&, 4c, 4c, adv. copiously, used of weeping, as, '^0O'[CoS&6b, 

5c, Ic, 4o, 4c, 4c. 

cSBcSB, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

<x>, 4o, V. *cS, 4c, to accuse on suspicion, 6*, 2o; to receive 

under false pretenses. 
.8>S, 4o, Ic, V. to gain one's living by falsely claiming the 

property of others. 
ooS, 4o, 2o, V. the same as &, 4o. 

J^O, 4o, 5o, V. to accuse of witchcraft. 

&, 4o, V. *cS, 4c, to increase in size by spreading, as a sore. 

6b, 4o, V. *(S, 4c, (oSi B.) to seize on, apprehend, 6is, JB8c, 
5o, 4o. 

cSd|^, Ic, n. *o8. Ic, something which screens or offers a barrier; 
the side of a house, fence, or anything made of woven reeds 
or bamboos; a cover; a flat stone, vide w^cio]^, 2o, Ic. 



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cX)|jd8, Ic 3c, n. the partition or side of a room. 
cSco|g, Ic, 4o, 4c, n. a large window with hinges at the top. 
x>, Ic, 4ic, n. the throne of the Sekkya prince, used with jdo 
co\, 5c, 5c, 2c. 

"Soc^, Ic, 3c, 4c, n. t)i(g ctp^y', 4c, Ic. 

C09S, Ic, 4o, n. a raihng or partition around a room or 

veranda, lower than a proper partition. 
008, Ic, lo, n. the throne of the Sekkya prince, vide j5ocO|, 

5c, 5c, 2c. 
cjo', Ic, 4c, n. that part of the musket which receives the stroke 

of the flint. 
cO'sS, Ic, 5o, n. a steep slope, precipice. 
y, Ic, 5c, n. a precipice. 

5^w, Ic, Ic, n. a precipice of rock. 

5i^^ ^^' ^> '*^ ^* ^ cover for a basket of any kind. 

Oo|, Ic, V. *cS, Ic, to join, unite, put together. 

^S, Ic, 4o, V. to join, put together side by side; to gather 
about, as persons around a teacher. 

coS, Ic, 4c, V. the same, [h). 

coo, Ic, lo, V. to be a couplet or triplet or more, springing 

from the same stock, as twins at one birtk, plantains adher- 
ing to each other; n. twins. 

08, Ic, 4o, V. to gather about, as disciples around a teacher, 

5^6\ Ic, 3c, V. the same. 

<fo|, 2c, 71. the flat portion of the hand or foot; (K.) 4c. 
cB-sS, 2c, Ic, n. the sole of the foot. 

^8, 2c, 4c, n. the palm of the hand. 

(Soi^, 2c, V. *c, 2c, to divide lengthwise, to split; with vg], 2c 
to go through, pass through, cfcl-gl^ 2c, 2c; to allot, appor- 
tion; (K.) 4c. 

jd8oS'SS, 2c, lo, 4o, 3c, V. to divide equally between two or 
more persons. 

6'j3q8, 2c, 4m, Ic, V. to collect taxes. 
'^Sx)8, 2c, 3c, lo, V. to split in halves. 
^'yaoS, 2c, 4o, Ic, v. to collect taxes. 

^sS'g'S^S, 2c, 4c, 4o, 4c, V. to order a collection of money. 



444 cS3|cSp8j!>y;^o5doS 

cSd'^oS^, 2c, 3c, v. to split into parts. 

- c8S, 2c, 2o, V. to split by cracking. 

cS^^f , 2c, 4c, f. to split wood with an axe. 

CXD'^S, 2c, lo, V. to sever, disjoin. 

CO*, 2c, 3c, V. to split into several parts. 

ooo5^|, 2c, 4c, 2c, V, to go through the midst of, to make a 

passage across 

<S3|, 2c, V. *o8, 2c, to meet together; to come in contact acciden- 
tally. 

SrS, 2c, 3o, V. to come together or in contact accidentally. 

5^(S, 2c, 5o; 5i^*^^5 ^c 5o, 5o; 85, 2c, 6c, v. the same, 
cSo'['[, 2c, 2c, n. (oODOOoP.j any system of religion; a customary 

way. 
(fojcoi^, 2c, 2c, n. (oDcoD P.) the cardamom plant. 
(Sdioc]^, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. ( CODo^o P. ) forty short sentences for 

repetition. 
6o\, 3c, n. *cS8, 3c, a covering; a waist cloth; a film on the eye; 

a cloud. 
jdS, 3c, 3c, n. a curtain or screen. 
jdSjoSooS, 3c, 3c, lo, 4c, n. a mosquito curtain, Q3o5, 4c. 

jd8, 3c, 3o, n. the cloth wrapped around the calf of the leg. 

BtScw^, 3c, 3c, 3c, n. a cloth used in taking up a hot vessel. 

jyS, 3c, 4c, n. anything spread out to lie on, a mattress. 

.o6'.S, 3c, 4c, 2o, n, a mattress stuffed in sections. 

-gtS'ciicp, 3c, 4c, 2o, n. the same. 

c8oS, 3c, 5m, n. a handkerchief; any cloth used for wiping, 

c88, 3c, 2o, n. anything spread to lie on. 

' c8, 3c, Im, n. a mattress or coverlet stuffed with cotton, c5o| 
c8Sj^c^, 3c, Im, Ic. 

':88, 3c, 2m, n. ^Laos) a waist cloth. 

og', 3c, 3c, n. ( Laos \ a cloth used by a woman to cover her 

waist. 

'Jt^>^, 3c, 2c, n. a cushion, mattress. 

oip'^c, 3c, lo, n. a cloud. 

Jtpv^JDJS^oSc^oS, 3c, lo, 2c, 2c, 2c, t;. to be overcast with heavy 

black clouds. 



cSS 4,45 

cSd185c8S, 3c,2o,2m, n. a waist cloth rolled up about the waist. 
C0"[, 3c, Ic, n. a cloth or blanket used to hold a child on 

the back. 
Co8, 3c, Ic, n. vide tSojJjS, 3c, Ic. 

o', 3c, Ic, n. a coverlet, mantle. 

^cS/^S, 3c, 5c, 4o, n. something bound on the breast, cSo'Jcio', 

3c. 3c. 
GjS, 3c, Ic, n. a long cloth used as a turban; a shawl. 

4|, 3c, 2o, n. a coverlet. 

J3g, 3c, 3c, n. the swaddling clothes of an infant. 

6o\, 3c, V. *oO, 3c, to free, release, to cease caring for. 

001, 3c, 2c, V. the same. 

88, 3c, 4c, Va to cease taking care of, leave the care of, to put 

away from one's hands. 
(SoioO'cScS, 3c, 3c, 3c, 3c, adv. with a wide opening, used with 

S, 3c. 
cSd^, 4c, n. a kind of shrub, whose leaves are offered to the nats; 

used with g.S, 2c. 
<S, 5c, V. (8 B.) to occur, happen suddenly without warning, as 

an illness, .S8/3C, 5c, 5c. 
co^, 5c, 4c, V. the same. 
c.S"Q, 3c, 2c, n. (^^[ P.) a Buddhist priest. 

<>, 3c, 2c, 2c, n. ( %^') a priestess of Buddha. 

cS^o8.S, 3c, 3c, n. ( ooc8o5oSo5 P. ) the pouring of water as a 

ceremony of inauguration. 
cS^cS^, 4c, 4c, adv. in a squirting manner, o6^co', 2o, 5c, 4o. 
<S5, 2o, n. a kind of reed. 
<Si5, 2o, V. to be different in kind, used only with 8S, 3o, as, cS^ 

^8, 2o, 3o, in/'reg., vide 8^^6, 2o, 3o. 
<SS, 3o, V, to be alike of equal size, 

jD-^Scfc^/s^S, 3o, Ic, 3o, Ic, V. the sam^. 

cS.So8^, 4o, 4o, adv. with numerous spots, dots, small figures, co*, 

4o. 
cSS, 3c, n. former time; a custom, used in composition, ooScSS, 

4c, 3c; a book, as, ^cSS, 4o, 3c, a history or record. 
cSS, 3c, V. to be many, used with C0Sj 2c, (b.j. 



446 cBcp 

cSS, 4c, n. *ci)8, 4c, (o8^i B.) opium. 

cBS, 2m, V. *6oS, 2o, to be even, as much as; to be even, with- 
out inequalities; to act in concert. 

S"*?, 2m, lo, V. the same. 

cSS, 2m, adv. according to, as, according to my mind, if I am 
the judge. 

cSS, lo, V. *cSS, Ic, to be placed together, to be by the side of, 
to put alongside; to be with, together with, vide OoScSS, 
4c, lo. 

O, lo, 4c, V. to put side by side, as two vessels. 

cSa', lo, 4c, V. to place one's self alongside the fire. 

c^8, lo, 3c, 3c, V. to put a chatty of rice by the fire, as 
is done when the rice is nearly cooked. 

e , lo, 4c, V. the same as cSS, lo. 

cSS, lo, V. to seize, take hold of, as something about to fall; to 
be in contact with. 

cSS, 4o, n. a chatty, earthen vessel, pot, Co9, 3c. 

cBS, 5o, V. *cBS, 5c, to be emaciated, reduced in size, as a per- 
son; to be under size, as a fruit. 

cSrS, Im, n. (C. S.) vide cScp, 4m. 

cBcS, 3m, V. to be the same, equal, as much as; to be meet, 
suitable. 

cScS, 4m, n. (K.) a mill for crushing sugar cane, a machine for 
separating cotton from the seed, vide JsS, 5o. 

ScS^cS, 4m, 5m, Ic, n. (K.j a machine for cleaning cotton; 
(C. S.) Im, 5m, Ic, vide /jS-^oSj^c^, 5o, 3c, Ic. 

cBcS, lo, v, '(S-^S, Ic, to be somewhat elevated, high, as land. 

o:^S, lo, Ic, V. the same. 

cSrS, lo, V. to suspend, hang up. 

e*, lo, 3c, V. the same. 

<Scf cBc, lo, lo, adv. brilliantly, <^S, 2o. 

cBcS, 2o, n. *cS'>S, 2c, cotton cloth made by the Shans; any un- 
cut cloth, >S, 3c. 

^^, 2o, 4c, n. a rag. 

cBcS, 2o, n. *cS^,2c, what is flat, used as an a. aux. for flat 
things, as cloth or boards. 



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cSc^Scp, 2o, 3o, n. a board. 

60S, 2o, 3o, n. bamboo boards. 

q^^^-jS, 2o, 2o, Ic, n. a flat rock. 

cS-sS, 2o, Ic, n. the surface of the earth. 

cBc^, 4o, n. (K.) a weight equal to four mats; a rupee, vide j^S, 

3o. 
cBoS, 2c, V. *cSooS, 2c, to break off, as one piece from another, 

to break with the hands; n. a bit, fragment. 
coS, 2c, V. *cS5o5, 2c, to be distant from human habitations, as, 

cSo5>/^8oo8j^'>S, 2c, 4o, ]o, 4o. 

008, 2c, lo, V. the same. 

cScS, 3c, V. *cSdo5, 3c, to go by or near, to skim along the surface. 

8S, 3c, 3o, V. the same. 

<So5, 3c, V. *cfooS, 3c, (8o5B.) to invite. 
oS, 3c, 4o; <j^, 3c, 5c, z;. the same. 
(SoS, 4c, V. *cSdo5, 4c, to miss a mark, err, be wrong; to quarrel; 

to sin against. 

jD'sS, 4c, Ic, V. to quarrel, to fight. 

jD'>ScSo5/39S, 4c, Ic, 2o, Ic, V. the same. 

c6, 4c, Ic, V. to be at variance in feeling. 

ooi'cSoS^, 4c, 4o, 4c, 4o, v. to talk in a quarrelsome manner; 

to scold. 
00 S, 4c, 4o, V. to take the wrong road; to go out of the way, 

miss the road. 

ooS-SoS, 4c, 4o, Ic, V. to eat what is hurtful. 

ooicBoSooS, 4c, 3c, 4c, 4o, v. to miss the road. 

8S, 4c, 3o, V. to sin, offend against, 

cSoSj3'S, 4c, 2o, Ic, v. the same as cSoSjd^S, 4c, Ic. 

(i\', 4c, 4c, V, to miss one's path or a way marked out. 
cBo5cSo5, 4c, 4c, adv. very, applied to darkness, as, 006*0880000 

cSoS, 4c, 2c, 4c, 4c, to be very dark. 
cBo5, 5c, n. *<fooS, 5c, the red pepper plant, chilli; ( K. ) 4m; 

(C.S.) 2m. 
cBoS'^S, 5c, 4o, n. (8o5s|Si B.) the long pepper, piper Ionium. 
cBoS, 2m, n. *c5oo5, 2o, a ghost, apparition; (K. ) 4m. 

^5c, 2m, 3c, 4o, n. a ghost of a child. 



448 (B8 

cBo5, 4!m, V. *cfeoS, 4o, to be hot, pungent to the taste; ^C. S.) 
2m. 

cSoS, 2o, V. *6dcS, 2o, to roar, as thunder; to be loud, thunder- 
ing; also used with <So5, 4c, to denote a noisy quarrel. 

5J'>^> 2o, 3o, V. the same. 

(SoS, 3o, V. *cSdoS, 3o, to mark with a straight line by means of 
a cord, also 4o. 

8'^, 3o, 3c, V. the same as (SoS, 3o, 3c. 

S, 3o, 3c, V. to mark with a straight line by means of a cord. 

JX'' ^Oj '^^ ^' ^^^ same. 

cSoS, 4o, t^. *cSooS, 4o, to shake, shake off or out; to scatter, 

sprinkle. 
"oScSoScSS, 4o, 4c, 4o, 4m, v. to shake out one's clothes. 
00'>S, 4o, 2c, V. to shake, tremble. 
od5, 4o, 3c, v. to shake and cleanse by washing. 
^, 4o, 5c, V. to sprinkle water. 

coo, 4o, 2o, V. to shake and spread out. 

cSo5, 5o, V. (K. and C. S.) to lie, to deceive, mislead, vide 80S, 5o. 

c8cp, 5o, 4m, V. (K.) the sam; ^C. S.) 5o, Im. 

cSoScSoS, 5o, 5o, adv. with the sound of tearing or ripping, as 

cloth, c^, 4c. 
(>$, 2c, n. *6o'3^, 2c, (c8^t B.) opium, vide cSS, 4c. 
<BS, 5o, V. *6oS, 5o, to be flat. 
001, 5o, Ic, V. to wink. 
oojoS, 5o, Ic, lo, y. to hint by winking. 
28, 5o, 4c, r. to place the palms of the hands together, as ia 

prayer. 
^cScSoo], 00, Ic, 5o, Ic, V. to wink. 
cS^, vide cS. 
cS8, Ic, n. *cSd8, Ic, the outer part of the skin, the cuticle, outer 

rind of bark. 
og>8, Ic, 2c, n. the outer rind of the bamboo peeled off for 

weaving mats. 
'>^6cS8'>cS, Ic, 5o, Ic, Ic, n. the cuticle. 
', Ic, 5c, n. the outer integument of the bark of a tree. 
:S8, Ic, V. to whistle; (K.j 4c. 



<cSb' 4.4.9 

cSSco, Ic, 4o. V. the same. 

COcB8c88, Ic, 4o, Ic, 5o, V. the same. 

cB8, 2c, V. *6oS, 2c, to make a whistling sound, as wind blow- 
ing, or wind expelled through a hole in anything. 
cS8, 5c, V. *6oSf 5c, to strike, beat with something small- 
cS8, 3m, V. *cSd8, 3o, to clear up, clear away, arrange things in 
order, by putting some things in their proper places and 
disposing of others. 
8o5, 3m, 3o, V. to put away. 

0S8001, 3m, 3o, 3c, V. to clear away, as weeds, grass, bushes. 
cBS, 3m, 3o, V. the same as cS8, 3m. 
cS8, lo, V. *cSd8, lo, to arrive, c^8, Ic, Jj^oS, 3c. 

^ScS8oo8, lo, 2c, lo, 3c; |8 lo, 4c, v. the same. 

cB8, 4o, V. ( K. and C. S. ) to be restless, troublesome, rude, as 

children, vide cooS, 4o. 
cS8cS8, 4.0, 4o, adv. thinly scattered, used with yS, 2o. 
cS8, Ic, n. *6d'[, Ic, a boil, ulcer. 

o6'cSc8cS, Ic, 2c, Ic, 4m, n. the same. 

<S, Ic, n. *cSo|, Ic, a being superior to man and inferior to the 
brahmas, and having its dwelling place in one of the six 
inferior celestial regions. 
jd8, Ic, 4c, v. to be indifferent to evil results under the influence 

of a spirit. 
jD|co, Ic, 2c, 5c, n. a spirit that causes cholera, ^^\, Ic, 3c. 
'08, Ic. 3c, V. to be possessed by a spirit, to be bewitched. 
C088S, Ic, 3c, 4o, n. the spirit of a village or district which 

inhabits certain trees. 
098, Ic, 3c, n. a kind of evil spirit, elf or goblin said to have 

the power of assuming different forms. 
oog', Ic, 2c, 4c, n. a kind of evil spirit. 

08^, Ic, 2c, Ic, V. to have stiffness or contortion of the mus- 
cles from the influence of a spirit presiding over a salt lick. 
aS^cS, Ic, 2c, 4m, v. to be ill from the supposed influence of 

such a spirit. 
cBoS, Ic, 2m, n. a ghost. 
cSo', Ic, 4o, n. a monster, beeloo. 
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cBo5cx>C||, Ic, So, 5c, 2c, n. (woocp B.) a kind of evil spirit. 

- S^OD]^, Ic, 3c, 2c, n. an evil spirit. 

Sep, Ic, 4o, n. a kind of spirit dwelling in caves and other 

solitary places. 

^^'oopo. Ic, 3c, 5c, 4c, n. a tree nymph, a hamadryad, 

o5, Ic, 3c, n. family guardian spirits. 

c8^, Icj Ic, n. the guardian spirit of the earth. 

c8S8, Ic, 4c, 3c, V. to possess, as an evil spirit that enters a 

person and professes to be the spirit of some dead person. 

c86*8oS, Ic, 4c, 4m, V. the same. 

c8, Ic, Ic, n. a good spirit. 

g|, Ic, 3c, n. the spirit that causes cholera, co|co, Ic, 2c, 5c. 

y^S, Ic, Ic, n. a spirit supposed to cause the violent death of 

the person whom it enters. 
yScSoS, Ic, Ic, Ic, Ic, n. the same. 
y*, Ic, 5o, n. a bad spirit. 
-oSg', Ic, 2c, 5c, n. a kind of evil spirit that assumes the form 

of some animal and destroys men. 
^j5cS, Ic, 3c, 4o, n. the shades of children. 
cSco, Ic, 4c, n. ( c8co8 B. ) a beeloo, or monster of superhuman 

power which devours human flesh. 

cSBcSd', Ic, 4c, Ic, 4o, n. the same. 

cS, 2c, V. *6y\, 2c, to be nearly shut, as the eyes from weakness 
or sleep. 

coS, 2c, 4c, V. to be closed, as the eyes from sleep. 
cjicSoo|, 2c, Ic, 2c, Ic, V. the same as cS, 2c. 

c, 4c, n. a fireplace, used in composition. 

cSd', 4c, 4c, n. the same. 

tS 4c, (6) V. (K.) to go by or near, vide cSo5, 3o. 

cSp.S, 2c, V. *c5oS, 2c, to set, plant, whether seed or plant. 

c^ScSoScSs^S, 2c, 5o, 2c, 4c, v. to plant seeds. 

CO, 2c, 3c, V. to transplant. 

'Jo^S, 2c, 4c, V. to seed, sow seed. 

OoS, 2c, 5m, V. the same. 

o'jD]o', 2c, 5c, 3c, 5c, V. to plant seeds whose sprouts are to 

be transplanted. 



cSr^S 451 

60S, 2c, V. to bind, used in composition, vide woScS^B, 5c, 2c; 
(K. and C. S.) 4c. 

60B, 3c, adv. to-morrow, SScSpS, 3o, 3c. 

6dS, 3c, v. used only with c8 p, 2o, to place one after another, (b.). 

6^3, 4c, V. *6oS, 4c, to throw with a scooping motion, as rice with 
the hand or a vessel. 

cSb^, 5c, n. (90S B.) a kind of evil spirit. 

cB6, 5c, 5o, V. the same. 

cS^S, 5c, Ic, V. an evil spirit residing in the ground. 

<Sp^, 3o, n. (opoS P.) matter, vide (p|(^5, 5c, 2c, 3o. 

6c^S, 3o, V. *6:jB, So, to be stout, large. 

'a^, 3o, 2c, V. to be stout and plump. 

cSpS, Ic, n. *c5o5, Ic, a mass, large body, collection, c^o, 4o. 

cSp5, Ic, V. *cSdS, Ic, to mend a breach, patch a hole, darn. 

J^S, Ic, 4c; ^8, Ic, 4c, V. the same. 

CO], Ic, 2c, V. to darn. 

-JS^oScjoSooi, Ic, 4c, Ic, Ic, V. the same as o:^^, Ic. 

006, 2c, n. (00 B. ) a superadded roof,a gradation of a turreted 
roof, S^ScSpSSoScp-jS, Im, 2c, Im, 5o. 

cSpS, 2c, n. (00 B.) a mansion, abode, S^cj-sS, 3c,2o; a division 
of the universe of which there are thirty-one, viz., /3tiGS:S 
cSpS, 5c, 2o, 2c, 2C5 the four worlds of punishment; w^c^ 
ODcSpS, 5c, 5c, 5c, 2c, the world of man; SScScp^^cSpS, 4o, 
Ic, 4o, 2c, the six inferior heavens, which eleven worlds are 
collectively called JDjwcSoS, 2c, 5c, 2c, the worlds of passion; 
^ooS6'y^cSoS, 2c, 5c, 4c, 4o, 2c, the sixteen superior materi- 
al heavens; and yaooodCcSpS, 5c, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c, the four 
immaterial superior heavens. 

>o8j>o, 2c, lo, lo, n. heaven, the heavenly world. 

cSpS, 4c, n. *6oS, 4c, (o^^8 B.) glory, ^'sS, Ic. 

co^Y^L'^^'') "^c, 2c, 4o, 4c, n. the six glories of Buddha. 

co'[%, 4c, 4c, n. (<?^ B.) a beggar. 

co|8oo'[coj:'[, 4c, 4c, 2c, 5c. 2c, n. the same. 

'itpSctS*, 4c, 4c, V. ((sSgios B.) to eat, (clerical). 

opSwofiS, 4c, 5c, 2c, n. laurus ramphor, purified camphor. 

ap5, 4o, 71, (K.) a kiln, vide 008, Ic. 



452 cScjoS 

cSdS, 4o, v. *cX)S, 4o, to be easily crumbled, as a mealy potato 
when cooked, to be easily separated as cotton. 

-- 9cS, 4o, Ic, V. to dress cotton; n. dressed cotton, j^cScSoS, 
ic, 4o. 

cSpS, 4o, (6) n. yV ) a. tuft, a tassel, vide o, 3c. 

tSoS, 5o, V. *0o5, 5o, to fly off, away, scatteringly. 

oScS, 5o, Im, z;. the same. 

o', 5o, 3o, V. to break up and disappear in a scattering man- 
ner, as before an enemy. 

o^od'-s^, 5o. 3o, 3o, Ic, V. the same. 

c<S, 5o, 2o, V. to fly off, scatter in all directions. 

<S3cS, 2c, V. *6d', 2c, to open, sometimes Ic. 

scoT, 2c, 4c, V. to unlock. 

sS, 2c, lo, V. to open, discover, disclose. 

coSoo'^S, 2c, 4o, 4o, V. to set sail, ^oScoSoo'sS, 2c, 4o, 4o. 

jS-g, 2c, Ic, 4o, V. to take the lead in speaking. 
ysgiDCaSojis, 2c, 2c, lo,4c, v. to discover, disclose. 

cSocS, 3c, V. *cSd', 3c, to be soft, as earth after rain, to be easily 

crumbled, or divided as ripe fruit, cSoS, 4o. 
(SpcS, 4c, n. careya arhorea. 

cS-^, 4c, Ic, n. the same. 

cSocp, 2o, V. to search, yj, Ic. 

(SpcS, 2o, V. part, a particle used to indicate a desire to supersede 

another person, infreq., (S3, 2o. 
cSpcS, 4o, n. *6o*, 4o, the foliage of a tree, Jj^cSpcp, 3o, 4o, the 

shade of a tree; the roof of a house, generally used of thatch 

or leaves as roofing, co'cjoc^, 4o, 4o. 

, 4o, 4o, 71. senna. 

cSdc^cSd', 5o, 5o, adv. having scars, -ac^co', 3c, 4o. 

cSooS, 2c, V. *cSdoS, 2c, to rise up instantly, suddenly, used in 

composition, as, cjooScoJd, 2c, 5c. 
cSpoS, 4c, V. *c5o:5, 4c, to appear, come to light. 

co^, 4c, 2c; || 4c, 4c; '3g^> ^c, 2c, v. the sam^. 

(S:j)o5, 2o, V. to be immodest, indecent, used with cob, 5o, more 

freq., c^oS, 2o. 
cSoo5, 4o, V. *6oo5, 4o, to coil, as a rope. 



(Sp^y^oScSp-aSoS 453 

<$oo5'^c^, 4o, 2o, V. to coil rope. 

<Spo5, 5o, w. *<i)o5, 5o, to rise, swell up, as a stripe; n. a mark 
occasioned by & blow, a stripe* a. striped. 

^, 5o, 3c, V. the same. 

' "^S, 5o, 3c, t;. to swell, rise, as the flesh after a beating. 

o?c^j 5o, 2o, . Mg same as cSpoS, 5o. 

OD^, 5o, 5c, f. ^Ae same. 

<Sp'S, 2c, n. *c5o9S, 2c, manure, a fertilizer; (C. S.) Ic; (K.)4c. 

^,8, 2c, 5c, n. dust. 

<Sp'>8, 2c, n. *(Sb98, 2c, a cushion, mattress, vide cfc|<fc*S, 3c, 2c. 

0(p^, 4c, n. ( K. and. C. S. ) anything flat, a book; a aux. ap- 
plied to books, mats or clothing, mtie <S^, Ic. 

cSp-aS, 4c, (6) n. (K and C. S.) firewood, vide <^S, 4c. 

6?^, 4c, V. to fray out as a seam, also O^, 4c. 

cSi^'^S, 5c, t^. (K. and C.S.) to turn back, turn over, vide (S'>S,5c. 

^'s^i lo, n. *c5oS, lo, rain; (K.) 4o. 

--co', lo, 4o, V. to cease raining. 

co'^c'^^S, lo, 4o, 4o, lo, V. to stop raining, as at the close of 
the rains. 

o8S, lo, 4c, V. to drizzle; to rain incessantly. 

Ooi3, lo, 4o, V. to rain. 

ap^cSD(j|8, lo, 4o, 5c, 3c, v. the same. 

op^co', lo, 4o, 4c, V. to drizzle. 

-c&S, lo, 2c, V. to fall obliquely, strike against, as rain against 

a window. 
c^', lo, Ic, V. to drizzle. 

eg', lo, 4c, V. to drizzle; n. drizzling, fine rain. 

6||o8, lo, 2c, 2c, n. rain supposed to be connected with the 

zodiac. 
036*088, lo, 4c, 2c, V. to be dusky, as the atmosphere before 
rain; to be impossible to see at a distance on account of 
heavy rain. 

coS, lo, 5o, V. to not rain in season. 
<S), lo, Ic, n. abundant rain. 

o^So^OpS, lo, lo, 4o, lo, n. a tempest, a storm. 
J^oScSp-sSoo, lo, 4o, lo, 4c, V. to be wet by rain. 



454) 6^ 

So'iSBS, lo, lo, V. to hold off, as the rains when due. 

06, lo, 2o, V. to cease raining. 

J33, lo, 4c, V. to be covered with clouds. 

j3Qdoj20, lo, 4c, 5c, 4c, v. the same. 

6o'i^t lo, V. *ct>>f , lo, to rub upon anything hard, as medicine 

on a stone in order to pulverize it. 
cfc'sS, lo, V. vide S^cSd'-^S, 3c, lo. 
cSp^, 4o, V. vide 0^1 4o. 
cSocS, vide 6c^. 

<Sd8, Ic, n. a husband; (K.) 4c. 
r>S<:^i Ic, 4o, 4c, n. a married couple. 
c8, Ic, 3c, n. the same as cjoScoS, Ic, lo. 
cSiJ, Ic, 2c, n. any husband after the first one. 
^c*, Ic, 5c, n. an adulterer. 
c6, Ic, 4c, n. a married couple. 
', Ic, lo, n. an intended husband. 
C06, Ic, lo, n. a first husband, 
^>^, Ic, 2c, n. an adulterer. 
<$o8, 2c, n. (8cSP.) fruit, gain, profit, reward. 
scSoo^S, 2c, 4c, 2o, n. ( CxtooS B. ) the four grand 

attainments. 
cSp8, 2c, V. *ti>|, 2c, to have cataracts on the eyes. 
(ScSp8(6o-[, 2c, 3c, 2c, 2c, v. the same. 
cS38oo|, 2c, 2c, n. nigban. 
{Sp8/3^oS, 2c, 2c, n. a brickkiln. 
($08, 4c, V. (K.) to mix together by dissolving or by destroying 

the original substance in the process, vide ^cSd^, 2c. 
<Sp8, 5c, V. to be large, well rounded, as the abdomen. 
(Sd8, 5c, v. (S B.) to throw into or on, as into a break in a dam. 
6c^, 4c, (6) n. (K. and C. S.) a weaver's reed, vide c^<5, 4c. 
66, 4c, n. (K.) a mansion, abode; a division of the universe, vide 

cS?8,2c. 
cSo&, 4c, 4c, adv. excessively, used of weeping, ^oo'[OoJd, 5c, 

Ic, 4o. 
-OocX), 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. the sarne. 
6^, lo, n. *c2), lo, the hair, -^-^Sy^S, lo, lo; (K.) 4o. 



ccSygoS 455 

<S^co', lo, 4c, n. the tuft of hair left after shaving a child's 
head. 

<$9, 3o, V. to delay, tarry, wait; v. part, used with the prohibitive 
imperative particle cl, 2c, and denotes the wish for a tem- 
porary delay in action, as, oDjcS^JoS, 2c, 3o, 4m, do not do 
just now. 

<feco5, 4o, 4c, n. (K.) a tuft of hair or feathers left on the head, 
vide C|g^, 4c. 

So, Ic, V. to take hold of. 

o88, Ic, 4c; c8t9, Ic, 4c, v. the same. 

(So, 2c, V. *c5o|, 2c, to blow, as with the mouth; to spread, as ink 
in writing on bad paper. 

6o, 3c, n. a man, a person; a aux. denoting a male. 

oo', 3c, 4o, n. a man in distinction from a woman. 

co8, 3c, lo, n. a young unmarried woman. 

yS, 3c, 2o, n. vide <Sjjo8, 3c, 2o. 

c8S, 3c, 4c, n. a woman in distinction from a man. 
c8S(p', 3c, 4c, 5o, n. a harlot, c5^c6, 3o, 2o, Ic. 
cS, 3c, 2c, n. a chief, a great man. 

cSjd'Sco8, 3c, 2c, 4o, lo, n. the same, 

CO.S, 3c, 5c, n. a thief. 

c, 3c, Ic, pr. who? 

o8, 3c, 2o, n. a young unmarried man, cSo8, 3c, 2o. 

6d, 4c, v. *6o|8,4c, to rise to the surface (of water), to be buoy- 
ant, to float; to be prominent, as the bones of an emacia- 
ted person. 

co5, 4c, 3c, V. to float down with tide or current. 

C(S8, 2c, V. *6d\, 2c, ( cQ B. j to loose, unfold; to cancel sin or 
anything. 

c8, 2c, Ic, V. to appease the mind. 

c^scScs^, 2c, Ic, 2c, 4c, v, the same. 

-^scSS-goS, 2c, 3c, 2c, 2c, v. to discharge one's debt. 

cSdi'sS, 2c, 2o, v. ( cgS B.) to settle a question or trouble. 

Oo5, 2c, 3o, V. ( ooScjCa B. ) to discharge one's duties to a 

superior by waiting upon him. 
/sq'BcS, 2c, 5c, 3o, V. to cancel, as sin. 



456 ccSd*8 

CcS, 4c, n. *6d'\%, 4c, fcooi B.) an evil, calamity. 

o6, 4c, 2o, n. ( 3IS B.) the same. 

CcS, 4c, V. to give to, assist, used in composition, 

co>S, 4c, 5c, V. to part with, give away in charity. 

co'jS, 4c, 4c, v. the same. 

co'ccjbco, 4c, 3c, 4c, lo, v. to give assistance. 

Co, 4c, lo, V. the same. 

ccS, 5c, n. *OD, 5c, plant lice. 

ccS, 5c, V. *cfc), 5c, to suffer irom frequent illness; to have a 

chronic disease; n. a desire to do repeatedly, usually the 

things which are hurtful. 
ccS, lo, V. used with c^S, 2o, vide csSccS, 2o, lo. 
ccS, lo, V. *0O, Ic, to divide into parts; (K.) 4c. 
^], lo, 2c, V. to divide as a road, to separate as persons. 

"^^f lo, 2o, V. to abstract secretly, purloin. 
00], lo, Ic, V. to divide into parts, separate. 

88, lo, 2o, V. to divide, distribute. 

qS, lo, 4o, V. the same as ccSdSS, lo, 2o. 

O^, lo, 5c, V. to appropriate, set apart for some purpose. 

/SQO, lo, Ic, V. to divide a large quantity into shares or por- 
tions. 

CcSB, 2o, V. *cS, 2c, to spread open to a greater extent; to spread 
out; (K.) 4c. 

ooS, 2o, 2o, V. to spread out, as in the sun. 

c^^, 2o, 4o, V. to spread out into many minute parts, as the 

roots of a tree. 

c58ccSBci)'[, 2o, 3c, 2o, 2c, adv. in a disorderly, disheveled 



manner. 



ccS, 3o, V. *cS8, 3c, to advance, grow, increase; to be enlarged, 

augmented; (K.y 3c. 
^^|t, 3o, 4c, 4c, V. to increase in number or quantity, used 

of men, fire or water. 

jO|, 3o, 2c, V. to increase, spread, as a sore. 

jphv\%, 3o, 3o, 4c, V. to increase in size, extent. 

cooS, 3o, 2c, V. to extend widely 

- 08^, 3o. 4o. V. to extend, stretch along. 



<Sd'c> 457 

cobcgw^t, 3o, 2c, 4c, V. to increase in size. 

C(, 4o, w. *c, 4c, (c> B.) satin; (K.) 4c. 

COOK'S, 4o, 4c, 4c, n. satin with gold thread interwoven. 

ccS, 5o, f. *cS, 5c, to be immodest, indecent. 

- <^o5, 5o, 2o; cco^, 5o, Ic; ep', 5o, 5o, i*. the same. 

<b', 2c, w. an herb, perhaps a kind of mint, vide cfo^cSo', 4c, 2c. 

cSo', 4c, n. *cS8, 4c, fire. 

^S, 4c, 3c, n. the spark from a gunflint. 

- C]Q* 4c, 4c, 4o, n. hell fire; percussion caps. 

c8cS, 4c, 4m, n. a candle, a lamp. 

- oooS, 4c, 3o, n. an electric light. 

QCwaS, 4c, 5c, 4c, n. an oil light. 

cSoS, 4c, 2m, n. the light shown by a spirit that aj^ars as, 

an apparition or a ghost. 

cSo, 4c, 5o, n. the light shown by an evil spirit that bewitches, 

', 4c, 3c, V. to burn. 

tt'co^, 4c, 3c, 4c, V. to burn over an upland field. 

'y''c85, 4c, 3c, 3c, 3c, 4c, v. the same. 

'c8^, 4c, 3c, 3o, V. to be burned up, consumed with fire. 

goS, 4c, 2c, n. the fire or light of a gun fuze. 

go5, 4c, 2c, V. to be put out, as fire. 

o3, 4c, 4o, V. to pass over, as fire over a dry jungle. 

CO.S, 4c, 5c, V. to blaze, flame up. 

cSd', 4c, n. *cS8, 4c, additional silver put into alloyed silver Ui 

raise its value, 
cfo', 4c, V. *c, 4c, to braid, weave, as the rim of a basket; to 

weave grass for roofing making it into a flat piece by doulr>- 

ling and tying on a stick. 
-"[g, 4c, 4c, V. to weave thatch. 

o.S>ocS, 4c, 2o, lo, V. to weave the rim of a basket. 
<5o', lo, n. *c, Ic, a dam; (K.) 4o. 
cSo', lo, V. *c58, Ic, to be sharp; to be quick; also applied to 

the mind, to apprehend; (K.j 4o. 
6d', 2o, n. *cS8, 2c, a side, corresponding part; a party; (K.) 4o. 

"gl, 2o, Ic, n. the right side. 
- 00% 2o, 5o, n. the left side. 

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458 ccfo^oS 

cfc'oo*c5b*"g^, 2o, 5o, 2o, Ic, adv. on the right and left. 

c^, 2o, 3c, n. south; arfr;. under; prep, under, beneath. 

-^c^, 2o, 5c, /. that side. 

>4|, 2o, 3c, ak;?o. before; prep, before, in front of. 

-ac*, 2o,5c, n. this side. 

^8, 2o, lo, n. north; adv. above; prep, above. 

o*^} 2o, 5c, n. yonder side. 

^S, 2o, Ic, n. the same as cSd'^8, 2o, lo. 
co6, 2o, Ic, a<ii;. behind; prep, behind, after. 
CO, 2o, 3c, n. the same as ci)'c, 2o, 3c. 

cSa', 3o, t>. *cS, 3c, to evacuate the intestines. 

ac^ 3o, 5c, n. urine, 

-^^'jasjsg^, 3o, 5c, 2c, 2c, v. to have a stoppage of the urine. 
co5, 3o, lo, n. excrement 

<Sd% 3o, v. *c, 3c, to go. 

ooS/gaS, So, 4o,2o, v. (e^ P.) to walk to and fro. 

(Jo*, 3o, n. a subject or servant of a prince, vide 't>\, 3c. 

cSb', 4o, n. a kind of monster, c<5o', Ic, 4o. 

(Jo*, 4o, V. *cS, 4c, to move by making a motion like that of wings 

or oars; to row, as a boat; to beckon. 
B>8, 4o, Ic, v. to eat from the hand used as a cup. 
>, 4o, 5c, V. to swim. 
-gl^'S^^l, 4o, 2c, Ic, 2c, V. to fly. 
88, 4o, 4c, V. to beckon. 

8, 4o, 4o, V. to row. 

So^RB, 4o,4o, n. a species of screech owl, o'c8'>Sc88, 2c, Ic, Im. 

<fo', 5o, n. *cS, 5c, (ci B.) a domino. 

c5o*, 5o, V. '^<^, 5c, to be drawn aside, distorted, awry; to be 

sidewise; to be on the bias, as cloth. 
ccS>^, 5c, 71. *^5o, (c^sl B.) a cork, 
cob^, Ic, V. *ccS, lo, to repay. 
c8cp, Ic, 4o, V. the same. 
CcSa-'j', 2c, V. *C(, 2o, (c^sTB.) to mix together by dissolving, or 

by destroying the original substance in the process, 

CO, 2c, 5c; q6, 2c, 4c, v. the sarne. 

o5, 2c, 4o, V. to make gunpowder. 



(S5 459 

CcS3^00|00|, 2c, 3c, Ic, V. to make or prepare medicine. 
c<Sd9, 2c, v. *cc, 2o, to announce, speak, tell. 

'3^e6j^cocS, 2c, lo, 2c, 3o, v. the same. 
JSi^^f ^^* ^^> '^' ^ explain, tell out. 

j3g5c'>S(gi|, 2c, 2c, lo, 4c, v. the same. 

g6o^, 4c, v. *ccS, 4o, to be swelled; to be bloated, as with dropsy. 

^, 4c, 3c, V. to be swelled. 

^^> 4c, 2o, V. to be bunched up by swelling. 

opcpoo*]^i, 4c, 2o, 2o, 4c, v. the same. 

ccSD^c8.-p, 4c, 2m, n. (ccoooioSP.) food, eatables. 

cci)^c8, 4c, 4c, n. (cod8 P.j a tree under which a Buddh attains 
perfection. 

<^>S, 4c, v. *c5o^, 4c, to begin to learn to do anything. 

30^S, 4c, Ic, V. the same. 

o^iiid^S, 5c, 5c, adv. abundantly, as sweat or tears. 

00^00/5, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c, adv. the same. 

^By 2o, n. *6oS, 2o, a bamboo fence set up in a stream to in- 
tercept fish. 

<^S, 2o, t;. *6oS, 2o, to be white; n. a kind of tuber; (K.) 4o. 

8, 2o, lo, V. the same. 

OocS, 2o, lo, V. to be very clear, distinct, as the stars in a 

clear atmosphere 

c8S, 2o, lo, V. to be pale. 

(3^S, 3c, n. *6dS, 3c, a honey bee, , 

j^E, 3c, lo, n. a kind of bee living in cavities, as in trees. 

o', 3c, 3o, V. to swarm as bees. 

, 3c, 5c, n. a kind of bee. 

'^^S, 3c, 2o, n. a kind of bee. 

oo-Scooi^, 3c, 4c, 5c, n. vide (X)Bsaci\, 4c, 5c. 

c8>S, 3c, Ic, n. a ground bee. 

SS, 4c, V. *6dS, 4c, to collect, gather together. 

jD^S^oS, 4c, Ic, 4m, V. to do jointly, by joint effort. 

op, 4c, Ic, V. to collect, gather together. 
J33, 4c, 2c, V. the same. 

cSS, 4o, n. *6jE, 4o, straw. 
cSBS, 5o, n. (Laosj two annas. 



460 <J?<S 

<Bo6, 2c, V. *(Soo5, 2c, to be drawn together, be contracted, rs an 

umbrella which does not open easily; to be tight, not loose, 

as a sticky needle or a stick in a hole. 
ac], 2c, 3c, V. to partly turn aside or hide the face, as from 

shame. 
<!^o5, 2c, V. *ci)o5, 2c, to be difficult, used with ootS, 2o. 
<365(S^oS, 4c, 4c, adv. intensive, applied to darkness, coiSoSS, 4c, 2c. 

^ciooSOooS, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c,adfv,<^e same. 

<8oS, 5c, V. *cSooS, 5c, to compress, crowd into, cram, stuff; to 

to make snug, compact; to press one's way through a crowd; 

to push with the body. 
cB^, Ic, n. *cfc^, Ic, anything flat; a book, treatise; a. aux. 

applied to books, mats or clothing. 
c8S, Ic, 3c, n. a book, a bound book. 
cSScS^aSco', Ic, 3c, Ic, 4o, n. the same, 
c8S, Ic, Ic, n. the face of the earth. 
Co', Ic, 3o, n. a silk garment. 

<B^, Ic, V. to scatter, throw about; the sam^ as 8'8, Ic. 
fioS, 4c, n. *00'>S, 4c, fuel, firewood. 
c"6, 4c, 3o, n. kindling wood, as bamboo splits. 
<B'>8<JB^, 4c, 4c, adv. in a throng, used with oo^. So. 
(SoS, 5c, V. *00'>S, 5c, to turn back, throw back, to turn over; 

to repeat; to feel nausea. 

oo8cJ^8-^9S, 5c, 3c, 5c, Ic, V. to rebel; to mutiny. 

ooJj^', 5c, 2o, lo, V. to turn or throw over so as to present 

the reverse side. 
0B9S, lo, n. *00^, lo, a round tray or salver, standing on legs; 

(K. andC.S.) a table. 

^8, lo, 3c, it. such a tray for serving up rice. 

3399, lo, lo, n. a tray made of woven bamboo. 

ooSco, lo, 4o, 2c, 71. such a tray for offerings. 

c8.S, lo, 3c, n. such an one for books. 

&S, 3o, V. vide ^iS*, 3o. 

gBo, 4c, 7t. *o6, 4c, a weaver's reed or sley. 

0^5, lo, V. *aD, lo, to be dim as to the eyes or to be dazzled as 

after looking at the sun; to be dim-sighted through age. 



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<B5<8, lo, 3o, V. the same. 

cB8, 2c, n, *6o], 2c, a place or building for smelting ores, used 

with cxS, 5c. 
c^8, lo, n. *6d[, Ic, foliage. 

3S, lo, 4o, n. new leaves of the tamarind tree. 
co8, lo, Ic, n. leaves as an article of use. 

', lo, 5c, n. the same as cB8, lo. 

(S8, lo, n. *6o'[, Ic, a rake, for clearing rubbish. 

"SS, lo, 4o; '^cS, lo, 3c; coS, lo, 4o, n. the same, 

<S8, lo, V. *6o\f Ic, to braid. 

oSy^8, lo, lo, Ic, V. to braid the hair. 

co'c"S, lo, 4c, 2o, V. to braid a queue like a Chinaman. 

cB8, 2o, V. a particle used to indicate a desire to supersede one 

thing by another, either from a consiousness of superiority 

or from a fault-finding spirit, as, cS^8^o5/989c'oo^oSiaQ'>S 

9c^, 2o, 4m, Ic, 5c, 5c, 4m, Ic, 5c, instead of this, it 

would be better to do that. 
<S8, 3o, V. *<Soi , 3c, to be dim as to the eyes; to be faded. 
jy[, 3o, 2c, V. to be faded, as color or brightness; to lose its 

lustre . 
cE8, 4o, V. *ci>'[8, 4c, to go arm in arm; to lock arms for support 

or on account of affection. 
op', 4o, 4c, V. to walk together arm in arm. 
o, 4o, 4c, V. the same. 

cB8, 4o, V. *6a\t, 4c, to be many-worded in speech, gc!^8, 4o, 4o. 
, 4o, V. *c$o'[8, 4c, to be of use, to amount to something, used 

with yao, 2c, as, J3Q<3^, 2c, 4o, of no use. 
<B8, 5o, n. *<fc, 5c, a wizard, sorcerer, a witch, vide c^<E8, 3o, 5o. 
-S, 5o, 3c, V. to be bewitched. 
^"accaS, 5o, 4c, 4c, n. a small hornet. 
<^,S, 2c, n. a thing into which something may be inserted. 
- c8S, 2c, Ic, n. a stirrup. 

88, 2c, 4c, 71. a thimble. 

c'>S, 2c, Ic, 7i. a stirrup. 

6dS, 2c, v. *cB.S, 2o, to have sexual intercourse, applied to animals 

when the time of desire comes at certain seasons of the year. 



462 c5g5^5 

<Sg^, 2c, V. *cBS, 2o. to be incapable of learning or doing any- 
thing. 

- "So^, 2c, 3c, 5o, V. to be stupid, lazy, good for nothing. 

60S, 2c, adv. very, as, c5g^c8, 2c, Ic, very good. 

c5gS, 2c, adv. improperly, as, cX>|c6*c^^coo5, 2c, Ic, 2c, So. 

<^cS, 2c, 3c. adv. certainly, truly, (b.). 

<SgS, 3c, V. *cS^, 3o, to wash by beating, as clothes, oo5, 5c; to 
make a hole into or through. 

<!gS, 3c, n. dandruff. 

c^^, 3c, V. to fire a gun, c^S^S, 3c, 3c. 

c^5o]'>S, 3c, 2o, V. (eaocS^h B.) to fall away, apostatize. 

coS, 4c, V. *cSS, 4o, to scatter as salt, to sprinkle, as water. 

8^, 4c, Ic, V. the same. 

cS^, 4c, 4o, V. to sprinkle, used of rain falling a few drops 

at a time. 

cJgS, Ic, V. *cSS, lo, to be small, fine like dust; n. dust; (K. j 4c. 

"80^, Ic, 3c, 4c, n. flour. 

"s, Ic, 4c, n. gold dust. 

cfc', Ic, 4c, n. (C.S.) a spark of fire, vide "s'cfc', 2c, 4c. 

c^ScSScSS, Ic, Ic, lo, lo, adv. used of anything with parti- 
cles fine as dust. 

O0'[oo'[, Ic, 3c, Ic, n. medicinal powder. 

9, Ic, 4c, n. bran. 

c!gS, 2c, n- *cS5, 2o, (c5d5, B.) a raft, qS, 4o; (C. S.) Ic; (K.) 
4c. 

c^ScgS, 3c, 3c, adv. with places somewhat apart, (p8, 2o; with 
the light shining through anything in places, c8, 4o. 

cSSoSS, 3c. 3c, 3o, 3o, adv. the same. 

c^S, 4c, n. *cS6, 4o, an expanse or body of water; (K.j a wave, 
billow. 

eg, 4c, Ic, V. to be clear, as a body of water. 

'>c, 4c, 5c, n. a body of water whether river or lake. 

<^S, 4c, n. time, S8, 2c. 

cioS, 4c, V. *(S5, 4o, to reverence, used in composition; to have 
the reverence of, i. e. to rule over, (b ). 

2, 4c, 4o, n. a person of rank; the nobility. 



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^800, 4c, Ic, V. to reverence. 

ja^(S^8^6, 4c, 5c, lo, 4o, v. to rule over, (b.). 

c!b5cS5, 5c, 5o, V. to be very minute or fine. 

<5ooS, 8c, V. *cBoS, 80, to cover with network, as a vessel or gog- 

let with a network of rattan or cord. 
woS 8c, V. to seek, search. 
^\, 3c, Ic, V. the same. 

6gcScm6o\f 8c, 8c, 2c, n. (c^ogg P-) tangibility. 
ODoSoo^c, 8c, 3c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. ( oDOO^ P.) tangi- 
bility felt. 

^S, 3c, 3c, 2c, 2c, n. ( ^ P.) the same. 

c^oS, 4c, 71. a heap or mound made in an upland held when 

preparing for cultivation. 
<^'S, 4c, n. a section, paragraph. 
(^oS, 5c, V. to brandish, fence. 

<^^, 5c, V. (K.) to drive fast in riding, vide o96, 4o. 
<!g5, vide 6^. 

<^', Ic, n. *cob, lo, a cake of silver as it comes from a crucible. 
<^', Ic, V. to cause to separate, to scatter in fine particles, the 

same as <^', 4c. 
c!g', 2c, V. *cc, 2o, to be brittle. 

'giS, 2c, 3c, V. the same. 

eg', 2c, adv. easily, fluently, used of speaking. cooS, 3o; also used 

of laughter, "sS, Ic. 
c^', 3c, n. Shan silver of good quality. 
ooiOjS, 3c, Ic, lo, n. bismuth. 

<^', 4c, v. *cc$8. 4o, the same as 6^, Ic; less than JS^c^, Ic. 
<^', 4c, V. *ccS, 4o, to tell, relate in continuous discourse. 
coo5, 4c, 3o, V. the same. 
(^'-a^', 4c, 4c, V. ( ^"^ B. ) to connect in verse or song, or in 

continuous discourse, 
c^', 5c, n. f;^,B.j an honorary title or name, 
c^, Ic, n. *<X>, lo, the distance which the eye can see, considered 

a yuzana in length, as, ojco'>c'[c5goo'[, 2c, 5c, 2c, Ic, Ic. 
<^, 5c, V. *(S, 5o, to accord, join together in effort. 
-^/)S, 5c, Ic, V. the sujne. 



464) wco'f 

cSgS, 4o, V. (tgSl B.] to be useless, good for nothing. 

cS:g|8j;S^, 4c, 4c, n. (Laos) a name for the Sekkya prince. 

cSgiS, 4c, V. *^S, 4c, (g[SB.) to wear away, exhaust. 

ccSg'i', 2c, V. *Cc^, 2o, to dilute, make thin. 

|c^.S[3q^) 3o, 3o, adv. in a roaring manner, as a conflagration. 

jS]t, 4c, n. (opcps B.) a god, object of worship. 

898008, 4c, Im, 3c, n. the Lord God. 

jaQCpS, 4c. 5c, 4c, n. one who is destined to attain deifica- 
tion. 

cS, Ic, pr. who? also 2c. 

cdSj3Qo|, Ic, Ic, 2c, 3c, pr. whosoever. 

jaQO|, Ic, 2c, 3c, pr. whoever. 

c^, 2c, V, to desire, wish, (b.j. 

co', 2c, 3c, V. the same. 

y[, 2c, Ic, V. to long for with regret. 

cS, 4c, V. *c, 4c, to be quick, 098, Ic, o', 4c. 

c^, 4c, 4c, adv. quickly. 

cS, 4c, V. *&, 4c, to incline, tilt, as a vessel in order to drain off 
its contents. 

The twelfth letter of the Shan Alphabet and the third 
Consonant in the class of labials. 

. 5c, n. *S, 5c, a wen. 

tt. 5c, n. *S, 5c, a horse, pony. 

/5|, 5c, Ic, n. a pony of rich black color. 

^-aS, 5c, 4c, n. a pony kept tethered and fed for use or sale. 

SSjd^S, 5c, 2m, Ic, V. to race with horses, 

c^S, 5c, lo, n. a stallion. 

oSScoo^, 5c, 4c, 4c, n. ^oScao P.) a flying horse. 

o8o5, 5c, 2o, n. a light bay horse. 

00S008, 5c, 3o, 3o, 71. stilts. 

0098, 5c, Ic, n. a gelding. 

cB^S, 5c, 2o, n. a wild horsc. 

- io|, 5c, 3c, //. a male horse. 



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cx)', 5c, 4c, 11. a tube filled with powder and made to move on 

a rope. 
8S, 5c, Ic, n. a hippogriff. 

CO, 5c, 3o, n. a mare. 

COO, 5c, lo, n. a pony with white markings here and there. 

co^, 5c, Ic, n. a pony with large parts of the body white. 
c8S, 5c, lo, n. a red pony. 

cocp, 5c, 3o, n. a race horse. 

o^8S, 5c, 4o, Ic, n. a kind ot fabulous horse, 

ffco j , 5c, 3c, n. {C. S.) a mule, 

Ocp, 5c, 3o, n. (K.) a swing, vide j3^Soo[8, 2o, 4c. 
> 5c, n. a frame with legs used to support something. 

CoSwoocciY) 5c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 4c, n. the small prop under the strings 

of a harp or violin. 

, 5c, V. to prop up or raise up with a small support, vide c^aS, Ic. 

, 5c, V. (^<i B.) to assist, help, cg% 3c. 

CO, 5c, 5c, V. ( B.) the same. 

5, 4c, n. (K.) fruit; v. to bear fruit, vide ,S, 2o. 

JDCO.S, 4c, 5c, 4o, n. (K.) the Bengal quince, bael fruit, vide 
w^SoS, 2o, 4c. 

&^, 4c, 3c, ?j. (K.) the raspberry, vide S<iJ^, 2o, 3c. 

c^oS, 4c, Ic, n. (K.) the large lime, vide ^^S, 2o, 3c. 

- CO, 4c, 4c, n. (K.) vide ^oS, 2o, 4c. 

J3, 4c, v. *8^, 4c, to notch, break a uniform line by a notch or 
knot, also oS, 4c. 

^, 4c, V. *8^, 4c, to pound rice in order to separate it from 
the husk. 

- />, 4c, lo, V. to pound rice after the chafF of the first pound- 
ing has been removed. 

y.S, 4c, 2o, V. the same as ^, 4c. 

,S, 4c, V. to make a mark or difference between persons or things; 
(K.) 4o. 

'S)'>S, 4c, 4o, V. to make a separation between, to divide from, 

distinguish, make distinct; to determine, settle as to limits; 
to be determined, settled, also oS'O^, 4c, 4o, 

S^S, 4c, 4c; *, 4c, lo, v. the same. 

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466 ^CJ3^ 

Bo, 4c, 2c, adv. imperfectly, only a little, used with o, 5c. 

vB, 5c, V. *8iS, 6c. to like, enjoy, take satisfaction in, as food; 
(K.) So. 

W.S, 5c, V. to look for or at, (b.). 

o, 5c, Sc, V. the same. 

CT 5c, 4c, V, to regard with covetousness or affection. 

(iSf 2o, V. *8S, 2c, to bear fruit; n. fruit, also applied to any- 
thing round, as stones, y'>S, 2o, Ic; the eye, oo"[, 2o, 
Ic; diseases which appear in a cutaneous eruption, as, S 
co6, So, lo, smallpox; (K.) 4c. 

iDCCO?, 2o, 5c, 4c, n. fruit of the cassia tree. 

^o5, 2o, 3o, n. a thorny tree whose berries are used for curries 
or medicine. 

/>6, 2o, 3o, n. the calf of the leg, cioS.So8, 2c, 2o, So. 

/jl, 2o, 2c, 71. the guava. 

3S, 2o, Im, n. the pineapple. 

^S'OlJ^cp, 2o, Im, 3c, Ic, n. the fruit of the scyewpine used in 
combing sized thread. 

^SooSccSd^, 2o, Im, 4o, 4c, n. the American aloe or century 
plant. 

>8Sc7pcp, 2o, Im, lo, n. the fruit of the screwpine. 

BS-acjl, 2o, Im, 4c, n. a plant growing in rice fields, having a 

small, thorny fruit used for medicine. 

S, 2o, 4o, n. the tamarind, famarindxis Indira. 

.SS'CO^S, 2o, 4o, 3c, L' :, n. tamarind fruit not quite ripe. 

BcS. 2o, lo, n. a kind of edible fruit. 

^J^Seco^, 2o, 2c, 2c, n. Indian shot, vide .ScoScoo^, 2o, 

5o, ilc. 
J^c, 2o, 3c, n. the fruit of the palma christi, from which the 

oil is extracted. 
yp8-g^, 2o, lo, Ic. n. a pellet for a bow. 

^"^ 2o, Ic, n. the boll which contains the cotton. 

qR, 2o, lo, n. a wooden ball or stick batted in play. 

jo'cO'>c, 2o, 4o, 4c, n. the cowhage or cow-itch. 

C/>9, 2o,.'2c, n. a chestnut. 
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^0(^8, 2o, Ic, 4c, n. the wooden pieces on the side of a bul- 
lock's halter. 

.go, 2o, 2c, n. the hog's plum, the fruit of the spondias man- 
gi/era. 

j^B, 2o, 3c, n. bullets or shot, includes w^o^S, 2o, lo, and 
<iSo^^, 2o, 3c. 

g'^^j So, 4c, n. a kind of fruit. 

"o8, 2o, 2o, w. a top, t;i(?e 5^S, 2o, 2o. 

"oS, 2o, 2o, n. the croton oil plant. 

-oSc^S, 2o, Ic, 4c, n. the ^ri^a bicornis, vide ^8, 2o, 3m. 

ooo3, 2o, lo, Ic, 71. dice, the odd numbers being called o5, 
Ic, the even numbers "sS, lo, 

"6, 2o, lo, n. white jujube, phyllantnus emhelia. 

"SIc^S, 2o, 2c, 4o, n. a belt, girdle, clerical. 

S^, 2o, 4o, n. the ahrus precatorius; the seed of the tree. 

'3-0'[, 2o, 3c, Ic, n. fruit of a species of gourd, zanonia. 

'S'3^, 2o, 3c, ]c, n. the apple. 

"ScoS, 2o, 3c, 4c, n. a foot ball; a ball. 

"^^y 2o, 2o, Ic, n. the testicles. 

c], 2o, 5c, n. a sour fruit. 

co^, 2o, Ic, n. a species of wild plum, jujube, zizyphus jujuha, 

"So, 2o, lo, n. the brinjall. 

"S8'SS, 2o, lo, 4c, n. a species of brinjall. 

"S6~g6', 2o, lo, 3c, n. a species of brinjall. 

- ^Soo, 2o, lo, 3o, n. the tomato. 

"^ScS-^ScSS, 2o, lo, lo,4o, n. a wild brinjall used for medicine. 
"o5, 2o, 4c, n. a kind of fruit. 

'gS, 2o, 2o, n. a top made of a bamboo joint. 
c8, 2o, 3o, n. a creeper bearing edible sour fruit. 

coS, 2o, 3c, n. a pomegranate. 

co5coo?, 2o, 5o, 2c, n. the fruit of the canna indica, used for 

sacred beads. 

co8c8, 3o, 5c, 3c, n. (c^8 B.) the grape. 
coicScSpS, 2o, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. nutmeg. 

c8so^, 2o, 4c, 4c, n. a kind of top. 
cc8, 2o, 2o, n. vide cc8, 2o. 



468 (dSo^^ 

;^coiD, 2o, 4c, n. an orange. 

Ol)8ccSo?, 2o, 4o, 4c, 71. the papia tree; the fruit of the papia 

tree. 
-ooS*^^'^, 2o, 4o, 4c, 3c, n. the male papia tree. 
00^8, 2o, j3o, '? dillenia, bearing an edible fruit. 

OO'g'^S, 2o,3o, Ic, n. the soap acacia nut, WiS'gw, 2o, Ic, 
oo', 2o, 4o, n. a grain of sand. 

oo|, 2o, Ic, n. the eye. 

ooicSS, 2o, Ic, lo, n. a species of moririda. 

OSS'?, 2o, lo, Ic, n. the fruit of a creeper that is found in 

bamboo hedges. 

c8SooS, 2o, 2c, 4o, n. the inga fruit. 

c8o5, 2o, 2o, 71. the nympha clitoris. 

c8'>8cS8^, 2o, Ic, lo, n. the fruit of a creeper abundant in the 

jungles of Shanland. 
c88, 2o, 4c, n. a kind of dice. 
c88, 2o, 2o, n. the same. 
c8, 2o, 4c, 71. dice. 
opoSu"!, 2o, 4o, Ic, 71. a creeper, the fruit of which is used for 

compounding medicine. 
cnS, 2o, 4o, n. a chestnut. 
00, 2o, 2c, n. a button. 

ooooB, 2o, 5c, 3c, 71, the Brazil gooseberry. 
ooc8>c, 2o, 4c, 4m, n. the dorian. 
dBS, 2o, 2c^ n. nux vomica. 
op', 2o, 2c, 71. a walnut brought from Yunan, juglans regia^ 

wJDog'c-S, 2o, 2c, 2o. 

og, 2o, 2c, n. vide vco, 2o, 2c. 

OO^S, 2o, lo, 71. fruit of the palmyra palm tree. 

- '>c, 2o, 5c, n. the myrobalan fruit, terminalia hellerica. 

- '>cc8'>S, 2o, 5c, Ic, n. a variety of .S*c, 2o, 5c. 

'>c6', 2o, 5c, n. a rosary. 

acooS, 2o, 5c, 3c, n. a gourd, a calabash; the bottle gourd. 

-^^oS, 2o, 3c, n. a tree called by the Burmans oogoS; the wild 
fig of the Shan States. 

sc', 2o, 4c, n. the snake gourd, trichosanthes anguina. 



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tt^-ac'c, 2o, 4c, 4c, n. a variety of the same. 

'^S'Sft'' ^"> '^^' ^^' '"^' ^ variety of gourd, liyffh acutangula, also 
w^-a^'cw-jS, 2o, 4c, Ic. 

^, 2o, 4c, n. the seeds of the entcMa pusoethc creeper, used 
by children in play. 

oSBS, 2o, 4c, 4o, n. the common name for the above seeds. 

^C(9, 2o, 4c, lo, w. the black seeds of the entada puscetha 
creeper. 

-aScSS, 2o, 4c, lo, n. the same as aB'S^SS, 2o, 4c, 4o. 

-^Sco', 2o, 4c, 4o, w. the small spotted seeds of the entada pu- 
scetha creeper. 

-j^ffS-oS, 2o, 4c, lc,2c, n. the knee pan. 

o^, 2o, 5c, n. a pumpkin. 

o588, 2o,5c, 4o, n. the white pumpkin, henincasa ctrifer;.. 

o.S8Sx>oSooS, 2o, 5c, 4o, 4o, 2o, n. a long white pumpkin. 

0^^S, 2o, 5c, 2o, n. a white pumpkin. 

o^^, 2o, 5c, Ic, n. the same. 

^ 0^c8S, 2o, 5c, lo, n. the yellow pumpkin, cucurbita maxwu., 

^ oo8o5, 2o, 5c, 3m, n. ^coofe B.) a kind of backgammcn. 

o8, 2o, 3c, n. the fruit of a kind of creeper. 

' o8, 2o, 5o, n. (Laos) a cocoanut, infreq. 

8.8, 2o, 2o, n. a pine cone. 

85, 2o, 4o, V. to have a scarcity of grain, used with 'o8jd1, 3c, 3c. 

S-^ScojDlo^, 2o, 2c, 5c, 2c, 2c, n. (oQgooo^ P. j nut gall. 

3'>8, 2o, 4c, n. the Bengal quince, bael fruit. 

8oSc^, 2o, 4c, 3c, n. the male bael tree. 

oS, 2o, 4c, n, a bombshell. 

- oc8, 2o, 4c, 4c, n. a bead. 

' 9^cS, 2o, 4c, 4o, n, a pee-rl, vide QCcS, 4c, 4o. 

Q^, 2o, Ic, n. the soap acacia nut, w,Soo'gS, 2o, 3o, Ic. 

cSoj, 2o, Ic, n. a flat stone. 

- cioj, 2o, 3c, n. a small lime, citrus acida. 

cSoS, 2o, 53, n. the red pepper, chilli plant; a red pepper. 

cSo5"^5, 2o, 5c, 4o, n. (8o5aS8 B.) the cubeb, piper cubeha, 

' cBoSoc^, 2o, 5c, 5o, n. the chilli plant which bears very small 
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w^cSoS 5, 2o, 5c, 3c, n. black pepper. 

cSo5^'>f , 2o, 5c, 4o, n. the same. 
'^805086*, 2o, 5c, 4c, n. green chillis. 
- cSoSjS, 2o, 5c, 3o, n. dried chillis. 

Jd', 2o, 4c, 7i. pierardia sapota. 
SS, 2o, 4o, n. the carambcla. 

~ c5oS, 2o, Ic, 71. a fruit used for dyeing red. 

- <^o5> 2o, 5c, n, the sour, seed-like fruit of a tree in the Shan 

States. 
'joS, 2o, 5c, n. a plum. 
oS, 2o, 3c, . a kind of fruit. 
Q, 2o, 5c, 71. the betel nut. 
aS, 2o, 3o, n. the mango. 

jScSqS, 2o, 3o,2c, 2c, n. the cashew nut. 
<^^f 2o, 3o, n. a kind of fruit. 

o>?j 2o, 2o, w. a peach. 

^iS'O, So, 2o, lo, n. a bitter gourd. 

:^6coS, 2o, 2o, lo, n. the luffa pentandra. 
o, 2o, Ic, n. chicken pox. 

i<S, 2o, 3c, n. cowries used like dice in playing a game of 

chance, also Sc8, 2o, 3c. 
*, 2o,5c, n. any kind of fruit. 

,^jn'>S, 2o, 5c, Ic, n. a cherry. 

*", 2o, 5c, Ic, n. the seed of the bamboo, sometimes used as 
food. 

j'-^S, 2o, 5c, Ic, n. an acorn. 

rf'.Sogi3, 2o, 5c, 2o, 2c, n. any kind of fruit. 

2/po5, 2o, 4o, 3c, n. the mangosteen. 
SScS-sSoD, 2o, 3c, 4c, 4o, n. ammunition. 
gI-S 2o, 3c, n. a cannon ball. 

-002S, 2o, 4o, n. the opposite-leaved mango, mangifera oopo- 
si ti folia. 

0>?'Sc8, 2o, 4o, 4c, n. (C|Sgd88 B.) the marian fruit. 

09008, 2o, 4c, 5c, 2c, n. the lady's finger, an esculent vegetable, 
ochra. 

OD, ^2o, 40, n. the fruit of the marsh date palm, sometimes dates. 



v^U^l^coS 471 

5cg', 2o, 3c, w. shot. 

coS, 2o, 4o, w. the jack tree; the jack fruit. 

coaS, 2o, 4c, w. the kidneys. 
c8S, 2o, lo, 7t. the measles. 

c8c8Soa.S, 2o, lo, lo, 4c, n. an offering of fruit and flowers 

made at the end of the Buddhist lent. 

c8, 2o, 4o, n. erysipelas. 

c8cS, 2o, 3o, 71. a spasm. 

c8'??co, 2o, 5c, 5o, w. the fruit of the Indian trumpet flower* 

big7io7iia indica; also called w-ScSSo^, 2o, 2o, Ic. 
c88, 2o, 4c, n. a kind of very sour lime. 
CoS, 2o, lo, n. bullets. 
coS, 2o, lo, n. smallpox. 

<V^. 2o, lo, n. coix millet. 

coco|, 2o, 3c, 3c, n. a kind of fruit. 

cco"[, 2o, 5c, 71. the wheel of a carriage; any wheel. 

C^Sjd'I, 2o, 2o, Ic, n. vide w^cS^SooS. 2o, 5c. 5o. 

o88^ 2o, 2o, n. the fruit of the /icus lanceolata; a kind of lep- 

rosy, so called from the appearance of spots resembling this 

fruit, vide g^opoS, 2c, 3c. 
cy^8ooSccfo^, 2o, 2o, 4o, 4c, n. a fig. 
c88o8, 2o, 2o,2c, 7z. fruit of the sycamore. 

Cgo^i ^o, 2c, n. the fruit of a kind of cx'eeper. 
= cS, 2o, 4c, n. {C. S.) z^ic?e ^^, 2o, 4c. 

O^, 2o, 3o, 71. fruit, edible fruit as distinguished trom the 

fruit of trees not fit to be eaten. 
oS, 2oj Ic, 11. the black seeds found among rice. 
o^S"; 2o, lo, 71. the sweet lime, citrus limetta. 
o8, 2o, 4o, n. the quince. 
o8, 2o, 3c, 71. the pompelmous, citrus decum ma. 

o', 2oj lo, n. the edible zalacca. 

yo5) 2o, 2o, 71. lacoocha bread fruit, artocarpus lacoocha. 
5">^, 2o, lo, n, the soap acacia, vide .Soo^^S, 2o, 3o, Ic. 
^, 2o, 1&, ?t. i/ii^f' w^'^c^y, 2o, 2o, Ic. 
- tpi^coS, So, 2g, 3o, 7i. ( C. S. ) the pineapple, vide ^>S5, 

2o, Im. 



472 5^>8cY 

i^S^, 2o, 4m, n. a general name for erysipelas, of which there 

are three varieties, also c8, 2o, 4<o. 
86^'oj, 2o, 4m, 2c, Ic, n. a kind of herpes. 
?ScSo'. 2o, 4m, 4c, n. a kind of erysipelas. 
96cX)o5, 2o, 4m, 2o, n. a kind of erysipelas, malignant. 
8Sc8dB8k, 2o, 4m, Ic, lo, 7t. a kind of erysipelas which attacks 

iiic head and is fatal. 
88, 2o, 3o, n. a small wild brinjall. 

^^. 2o> 3o, lo, 71. the same, but bitter. 

?'>^, 2o, Ic, n. a stone. 

8S^S, 2o, Ic, 3c, w. a gunflint, also (dB^T^/^Sj^, 2o, Ic, 

3o, 3c. 
^^o?Sc88, ^, Ic, lo, lo, n. red laterite. 
^^>8c^, 2o, Ic, lo, 2o, Ti. white laterite. 

8^"o8, 2o, Ic, lo, 71. granular limestone; coarse marble. 

S-jS-oS-jc, 2o, Ic, lo, 2c, n. alabaster. 

^-jSSS, 2o, Ic, Im, n. precious serpentine, sometimes oSSSS, 

lo, Im. 

^^-sS-SSy, 2o, Ic, 3m, 5c, n. quartz. 

S'^S^cS.S, 2o, Ic, 3c, 4m, n. iron ore. 

^'3^'^S, 2o, Ic, 4o, V. to grind well, as a grindstone or whet- 
stone. 
-8>S"86, 2o, Ic, 4c, n. a stone for sharpening instrument^", a 

whetstone. 
8'>Sc*a9, 2o, Ic, 2c, n. ore of any kind. 
8'>8c"3]9, 2o, Ic, 4c, n. a stone having a fine grain. 

y'>S<?85, 2o, Ic, 2c, n. quartz crystals. 

^a88,5 2o, Ic, 2o, n. a flat, level stone. 

8'Soo'>$, 2o, Ic, Ic, n. common limestone. 

^^Sca^^, 2o, Ic, 2c, 11. the same as (y-SJ^-oS, 2o, Ic, lo. 
^-^So'cfo', 2o, Ic, 2o, 4c, n. flint to strike fire. 

^^<5o'[cO'>S, 2o, Ic, Ic, 5o, n. a steep rock, precipice. 

^-^^^o-aSoSS, 2o, Ic, lo, lo, n. stones of very fine grain, used 

to polish gems. 

^>Sc8.S. 2o, Ic, 2o, n. the same as w^^aS-oS, 2o, Ic, lo. 

8Sc?, 2o, Ic, 2c, n. ore. 



vS^B'iBcoS, 2o, Ic, 5c, n. a whetstone. 

J^cSJdo', 2o, Ic, 4m, 2o. w. flint. 

' 8ScocS, 2o, Ic, lo, 71. a mill stone. 

8Sc?, 2o, Ic, 3o, n. a small stone, gravel, pebble. 

BS, 2o, 4m, n. hail. 

^6'ooS, 2o, 4m, 4o, . to hail. 

y8, 2o, 3o, n. the f/i/?a bicornis, vide w^oSc^S, 2o, Ic, 4c. 

- <jj^, 2o, 3o, n. soreness of chest accompanied by a cough, 

phthisis. 
Q^c8.S, 2o, 3o, 2o, f. to have phthisis. 
qS, 2o, 5o, n. the name of certain pieces used in playing a 

game. 
<p8, 2o, Ic, n. a hat, more commonly g,S<j>8, 52c, Ic. 

' Si^^' ^' ^^' ^^' ^' ^^^ heart. 

- (j|6c85, 2o, Ic, 4c, n. (C. S.] a persimmon. 

(j|8c8S, 2o, Ic, lo, n. a dice colored red on certain sides. 

Q , 2o, 3c, n. the raspberry. 

(j]>o, 2o, 3c, 2c, n. the black raspberry. 

5iic8S, 2o, 3c, lo, n. the red raspberry. 

Q|C8S, 2o, 3c, lo, n. the yellow raspberry. 

c^oSjd', 2o, Ic, 2c, w. the wild ramboutan, a species oi nephelium. 

jifiZ^^, 2o, lo, lo, n. the momordica plant. 

ySQ'sS, 2o, Ic, n. a cocoanut. 

jao-^Sooi^cSS, 2o, Ic, Ic, Im, n. a cocoanut with only one eye. 
y3o8, 2o, 4c, 7^. <^^ jams as 3o8, 2o, 3c. 

J3Q, 2o, 3c, w. (C. S.) vide Sfj|p 2o, 3c. 

^oSoS, 2o, 4c, 4c, n. ti(Z^ <<^Bjy^c8cS, 2o, 4c, 4c. 
c/5o9coi, 2o, 4c, 2c, w. anona squamosa, sweet-sop, the custard 
apple. 

c.Q^ccS, 2o, 2c, 4o, n. anona mitncata, soursop. 
./^^, 2o, 3c, n. the large lime, citrus bergamia. 
0^9^.8(5, 2o, 3c, 3o, n. the common citron. 

jfi'^dS, 2o, 3c, 3o, n. the lemon. 

JsQ'jSS'aS, 2o, 3c, Im, n. thVi double-leaved citron. 
^, 2o, V. *8S, 2c, to be scattered about, to be in confusion, 
also 0<0, 2o. 
80 



474 Sjdoo-[ 

g^SttS^S, 2o, 8c, 2o, lo; ^8, 2o, lo, v. the same, 

<iS, So, V, to compose in poetical language used only in compo- 
sition, as, ^oS^tf^, 4m, 4o, So; UiSo^cp, So, So, concerning 
poetical language. 

w^. So, n. *8.S, 3c, a blade; a. aux. for things long and straight. 

00*, So, Ic, n. a ploughshare. 

5, So, n. (8 P.) a passage, way; a course of duty. 
J300^, So, 5c, So, n. ( wogo^ P. ) a person who is perfect in 
one or more of the four grand courses of duty. 

joSBoSop, So, So, So, 4c, n. ( w^SjjSJli P. ) the eight good 
ways, viz., o5lc8^c8, Sc, Sc, 5c, 5c, right opinion; o5| 
o88/)Co^, 3c, Sc, So, 5c,4c, right intention; oSy^/aQicSso^, 
Sc, Sc, Sc, Sc, 4c, right way of supporting life; oo|o|CO"[ 
Qv^, Sc, Sc, Sc, Sc, 4c, rightly directed diligence; oSw^jd 
wjScoo^, Sc,Sc, 5c, So, 4c, right actions; oowloocS, Sc, Sc, 
6c, 5c, good heed, caution; ODu^^olcoi^, Sc, Sc, Sc, Sc, right 
words; o5|o5|c8, Sc, Sc, Sc, Sc, 5c, composure, serenity. 

ccSoo-aS, So, 4c, So, n. (Bcco80oS P.j the four grand ways 

or courses of duty. 

, So, V. *QS, Sc, to possess in abundance, to be abundant, 
used of things the amount of which is large and unknown, 
opposed to c8, So, which is used of visible abundance; to 
be well off; to be full, complete as to kernels or seeds; to 
be plump, as flesh. 

Sg, So, 4c, V. the same. 

J3[cj, 5c, Sc, 5c, n. (woodq P.j Capricorn, the tenth sign of the 
zodiac. 

, Ic, n. a kind of tare which grows with rice in the field, vide 
o8, Ic. 

, Ic, V. *8S, Ic, to be secondhand, partly wornj to be middle-aged. 

joS, lo, Sc, V. to be partly worn. 

'CO, Ic, 5o, V. to be middle-aged, neither young nor very old. 

w, Ic, V. *8S, Ic, to strike, beat, pound, hammer, also oS, Ic. 

optS", Ic, So; '^S, Ic, So; oB.^, Ic, 5o, v. the same. 

qS/:>od\, Sc, 5c, Sc, n. (w^coD P.) whatever is auspicious, giving 
happiness, or removing evilj a blessing; a religious rite. 



o5'go5oo 475 

o8jDco|a^sS, 2c, 5c, 2c, Sc, n. ( o^oSP.) rules of hftppiness. 

6, 3c, V. *8S, 3c, to be thrifty, vigorous, of good and even size* 

to be proper, comely. 
fc8.-p, 4c, 2o, n. (wSs B.) a history of rulers and oflScials. 
500[|, 4c, 4c, n. (qSkOOO'B.) a prince. 
S, lo, pr. some, used in composition. 
o, lo, 4c, adv. sometimes. 

CJD]^, lo, 5c, n. some persons. 

OT, lo, 3c, adv. somewhere. 

go, lo, 3c, adv. sometimes. 

cSo8, lo, 2c; cS:>86g5, Ic, 2c, lo, 3c; ^8, lo, 3o, adv. 

the same. 
o8, lo, V. *8S. Ic, to be thin, not thick; to be sparse, scarce; a. 

aux. for thin things, as, cc8w6^S, 3c, lo, 3c, also oS, lo. 
S, lo, V. *8S, Ic, to tread, copulate, as a male bird, also 

oS, lo. 
S, 2o, V. *8S, 2c, to aim at, wish to enjoy, to have the mind 

set on. 

/S, 2o, 3o, V, to have a purpose to do, to have or enjoy. 

S, 3o, V. *85, 3c, to be broken off, as a small piece from a 

larger one. 

88, 3o, 5m, V. to be broken, bent, twisted, as the edge of a 

knife. 
S, 4o, t;. (K.) to die, as the bamboo tree on flowering, oo^S, 

lo, 4o, vide "S, Ic. 
SS, 4o, 4o, adv. brightly shining, also o8oS, 4o, 4o. 
S8S, 4o, 4c, adv. flashingly, as reflected light. 
03|, 5c, 2c, n. (D3dB.) a funeral, uloo], 2c, 2c. 
o5, 4c, n. *8o5, 4c, a flea. 
o5, 4c, V. (K. and C. S.) to wound by cutting, as with a knife, 

vide oo5, 2o. 
oS, 5c, v. *8oS, 5c, to tie together, bind, fasten by tying; n. 

a quantity of things tied up in a bundle, as grass; a. anx. 

used for things tied up in a bundle, as, woSgS, 5c, 2c, a 

bouquet. 
'OoSooJD, 5c, 2c, 5c, V. to tie a double knot. 



476 9S^5 

woS^oS::^, 6c,2c,4o, v. to tie by twisting the ends of the thread 

lightly together. 
oooSS-jS, 6c, 2c, 3o, v. to tie a bow knot. 
oo', 6c, lo, . to tie a double knot, o5"goSoo^, 6c, 2c. 5c. 
CiSS^, 5c, 3o, 2c, V. to tie the hands behind the back. 
SqSy 5c, 2c, V. to fasten by tying, to bind. 

cSS, 5c, 2o, V. the same as j^SS^B, 3c, 2o. 

S^cS, 5c, 3c, V. vide c^oS, 3c. 

o5, 2o, n. *8oS, 2c, a pointed stick, as that used by tailors to 

tack their work together; a bodkin; a pin. 
-g^j 2o, Ic, n. bamboo pins used for fastening rafters to the 

ridge pole. 

y8, 2o, Ic, n. an ornamental pin to keep the hair in order. 

o5, 2o, V. *83S, 2c, to eclipse; to be eclipsed, also ooS, 2o. 
o5, 2o, V. *8o5, 2c, to wound by a slight cut, alo ocS, 2o. 
o5, 3o, n. *8jS, 3c, ( oS B. ) a weight equal to four C(S, -to; 

four annas. 
oS, 3o, V. *8oS, 3c, (50S B.j to mark, note down; to observe, 

remember. 

ooS, 3o, 4c, V. the same as last def. 

- o', 3o, 5c, V. the same as o5, 3o. 

o5cc8, 3o, 2o, n. Matthew. 

3c8, 5c, 2o, n. (coo5 B.) a priest of ten years standing. 

^-aS, Ic, V. *8'>S, Ic, to remain stationary, not improving or 

getting worse, increasing or diminishing. 
**'>?, Ic, V. *8'>S, Ic, to be barren, not bearing young, applied 

to female';- to be impotent, incapable of generating, applied 

to males and to trees; to be possessed by a spirit, applied 

to fruit that will not ripen. 
V'^S, 3c, adv. (K.) there, vide -aoS, 3c. 
waS, 3c, n. *8^, 3c, cotton cloth made by Shans, also o-aS, 3c, 

cS.f , 2o. 
00*, 3c, 3c, n. clippings of scissors, bits of any cloth. 
>8, 3c, V, *8'>8, 3c, to continue the same; be stable, firm, 

permanent. 
S, 3c, 4c; ^S, 3c, 2o, v. the same. 



woS 477 

f, 3c, V. (K.andC.S.^ to be bent in the lower part of the 
back or waist, vide cS, ^; to be sprained, to feel a sudden 
twinge of pain, vide "OoS, 4 

oS, 4c, n. *8>6, 4c, the sweet potato. 

3S, 4c, lo, n. a kind of sweet potato. 

38cB, 4c, lo, 2o, 71, a white sweet potato. 

.88c8S, 4c, lo, lo, n, a red sweet potato. 

.o, 4c, Ic, n. a very thin-skinned sweet potato. 

cja^, 4c, Ic, n. the same as w^S^ScQS, 4c, lo, lo. 

"oSoSS, 4c, 3c, lo, n. the dark purple yam. 
"6, 4c, 4c, n. a very yellow sweet potato. 
s^, 4c, 2o, 11. the Irish potato. 

"gB, 4c, 2o, n. the Karen potato. 

O080C0S, 4c, 2o, 5c, 4c, n. a kind of potato. 

cS-^ScoS, 4c, Ic, 00, n. the elephant yam. 

ogScBS, 4c, Ic, Ic, n. arrowroot. 

-^8co, 4c, 2o, lo, So, n. the Irish potato. 
c6S, 4c, lo, n. a red sweet potato. 

y, 4c, 2c, n. the Irish potato. 

j8cS.S, 4c, Ic, 2o, n. a white yam, 

cj^8c88, 4c, Ic, lo, n. a red sweet potato. 

S, 4c, 71. *8^, 4c, fatty, unctuous matter more or less liquid. 

', 4c, Ic, n. the same. 

8S, 4c, 2o, n. tar. 

^, 4c, Ic, , lard. 

co', 4c, 5c, V. to drop as oil. 

<-, 4c, 4c, , physic nut tree, jatropka curcas, also op'jSw^o^ 

tfoSc^, So, 2o, 5c, 4c, 4c. 
0^(S, 4c, 2c, n. the marrow of bones, ^Sq^cS*, 4c, 2c, 
8, 4c, pr. he, she, it. 
- 008, 4c, 3e, pr. he, she, honorific, 
^, 4e, V, to relish, as a fatty substance, aofnetinies used with 

09S, lo, a, .B'^SodS.S^udS, le, lo, le, 4c, to e&t with 

relish. 
i^Q^, lo, V. *8f , Ic, to be successful 1h what was sought, as in 

htiuting, ujjpuned to c6, lo 



478 ttoS^S 

98cp|a, lo, 4c, . to hit right, happen opportunely. 

"oo^, lo, 2c, V. the fame. 

c -jS, lo, n. an augury. 

"BoS, lo, 4o, V. to be inauspicious, as an omen. 

r3|"8S, lo, 4c, Im, n. an augury by green thatch grass, 

cocSS, lo, lo, 4c, n. an augury by thirty sticks. 

co(S/>', lo, 2c, 2c, n. an augury by chicken bones. 

y>S, 2o, n. (^^ B.) glass, 

CO, So, 3c, n. the same, 

00], 2o, Ic, n, spectacles. 

oiS, 2o, 4c, fi. ( cG^St B.) a telescope. 

cBco, 2o, Ic, 4c, n. {^ ^oj* B. ) a magnifying glass of any 
kind. 

<So', 2o, 4c, n. a burning glass. 

S, 2o, n, (<o^ P.) pride, wi-^c, 2c, 6c. 

S^, 2o, 8c, u. to be sullen. 

00, 2o, 5c, V. the same. 

00 8, 2o, 2c, V. to take a proud haughty attitude. 

cS, 2o, 2c, z;. to be very proud. 

o^S, 2o, V. *8'>S, 2c, to be right, certain, true, 8c^, 3o. 

wdSjo, 2o, 4o, n. (ttSooSs B. j a kind of weather vane for native 
ornamental towers. 

^9iu'[8, 2o, 3c, 4c, n. (wo^cltolt P.) the five masters or tyrants, 
viz., 0'aSoo'>S, 2c, 5c, 2o, animal constitution; /sqcS 
o8S"S'[Q'>S, 5c, 5c, 2o, 2c, 5c, 2o, subjection to the repairs 
and operations of the four causes; .ficcSoDy'^S, 5c, 2c, 5c, 
2o, passion; SoSapwaS, 5c, 5c, 2o, death; coSoo^oou^S, 
2c, 5c, 3c, 5c, 2o, the raot powerful evil spirit. 

ooSoovS, 2o, 2o, n. (w^jj)^ P.) a muntra, charm, spell. 

'Sc86, 2o, 2o, n. ( 5tl^ S' ) ^^ upright pivot in the centre of 
a circle; figuratively, the tree under which a Buddh i pef>' 
fee ted, 

^, 8o, M. "S'aS, 3e, a village, also ooS, 8o. 

<^9S/>9^iB>S, 3o, 4o, 4o, 4c, V. to abound in people, houses, etc. 
CwV, 3o, 2c, . Bhamo. 

^6, So. 4o, u, bl country. 



tiS 479 

w^S, 3o, n. *8'^, 3c, a Burman. 

jDCcS, So, 5c, 4o, n. a KaUie. 

oooc, 8o, 5c, 5c, n. a Danoo, a tribe of people inhabiting the 

border country between the Shan States and Burma proper, 

alfu 00^, 5c, 5c. 

"^S, 3o, Ic, n. the Ingtha, 

86, 3o, 4o, n. a Burman. 

gj^V*^, 3o, 3c, 2c, n. a Burman of the upper country. 

5*'o5l ^o 4o, 3c, n. vide w'sS'SgS, 3o, Ic. 

y3QoD|, 3o, 4>o,4c, n. the same. 

woS, 4o, V. *8^, 4c, to be enceinte; to be filled out, ready to 

send up the head of grain. 
ooS, 4o, 4o, tJ. to be with child before marriage, 
-ac, 4o, 5c, V. to have dropsy. 

CO^, 4o, 3c, V. to be pregnant. 

CO, 4o, 4o, V. to have the stomach and bowels distended by gas. 
^^, 4o, Ic, V. to have a large hardened mass form in the 

bowels. 
- qS, 4o, 4c, v. to have a great distension of the abdomen, as 

in dropsy. 
>$, 4o, V. *8>S, 4c, (^ B.) to charm, vide o8, 2c. 
wqSS, 4o, Ic, n. the convex part of a pagoda, under the umbrella. 
O^S, 6o, V. *8^, 5c, to be dark in color, to be discolored, as a 

bruise . 
00. 5o, 2c; o6, 6o, Ic, v. the same. 
V9C, 5c, 5c, n. (^ P.) the mind, also ^, 5c, 2c. 
w^OOoSoo-ic, 5c. 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. thinking, 
ttOciBoD, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. (SOX>P.) a man. 
tt'^cJBcSy, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, n, ( wSooSoo P. ) a fabulous monster, a 

compound of a man and a lion. 
ttCVc^jDjSc, 4c, 2o, n. ^wc^doo P.) a deed performed by the mind. 
- Od36, 5c, 4c, 2o, lo lo, n. the three kinds of S'>c^j5, viz., /so 

(S.Soo|, 6c, 5c, 2e; |O00, 2c, 5c, 5c; 8oO[c8.Sd8, 5c, 2c, 

5c, 5c. 
OiS, 2o, V. "^'QS, 2c, to suspect of crime, to accuse on suspicion, 

6o , 40, 



480 <8 

wSJB-af, 2o, Ic, V. vide 6b3'3^, 4o, Ic. 

i S, 2o, Ic, V. the same. 

6", 3o, c. *8<S, dc, to blaze, flame; to glitter, glance as a ray of 

light. 
vS, So, . to thrust out. as the tongue, vide 2S. 3o. 
^, vide o. 

occS, 5c, 2c, n. a disease causing swelling of the joints. 
WCcSwcD], 5c, 2c, 5c, 2c, o. jyari. an intensive verbal ending, as, 

C^'y'wccSwoDl, 5o. 5o, 5c, 2c, 5c, 2c, sometimes c<^j-[. 
8, Ic, z>. to be light, not heavy; to be remiss, slack; also used of 

goods stolen, so as to be afforded at a low price, as, -S^^S, 

4c, Ic. 
- oS, Ic, lo, v. the sanie. 
8, 2c, adv. not, Ui, 2c. 
^ ocxScS-jS, 2c, 4c, 3m, v. to have the faculty of getting along, 

being successful. 
o8oo^, 2c^ 2c, adv. perhaps. 

8^6, 2c, 5o, adv. not likely, contrary to reasonable expectation. 
ttO, Sc, V. *8o, 3c, to have a soreness of the tongue or mouth, a 

canker or rash. 
8, 3c, n. *88, 3c, a crucible deeper than SS, 3o, also o8, 3c. 
o, 4c, V. *88, 4c, to be giddy, dizzy. 

oo|'>'>S, 4c, Ic, 4c, V. to have a dizzy sensation oa first awak- 
ing. 
ooc, 4c, 2c, V. the same as o, 4c, 
- 86, 4c, 4c, V. vide 880, 4c, 4c. 

ooo, 4c, 3c t;. to be intoxicated. 

co88o, 4c, 3c, 4c, Ic, V. the same. 

j^o5, 4c, 3o, i>. to be delirious, to stagger, as a man struck a^ 

a heavy blow on the head, or a man decapitated. 
8, 2o, n. *88, 2c, a young unmarried man, also o8, 2o. 
C.S, 2o, 2o, n. a bachelor. 
0^6, 2o, lo, n. an old bachelor. 
^o5, 2o, 3o, n. a youth. 
y', 2o, 4o, n. the same. 
8, 2o, n. a kite, vide o8, 2o. 



ic8^ 481 

tt8, 5o, n ^Laos, C.S.) an anklet or bracelet, a banglcf OcS, lo; 
(K.)3c. 

6, 5o, V. to be of similar size, quantity, o8cS, 4o. 

<^f\, 5c, 2c, a. (C30D P.) great, excellent. 

-cxJ, 5c, 2c,3o, n. ( oo^P.) the period of time consumed 

by an entire revolution of nature and divided into four 
cardinal periods, each one of which is subdivided into sixty- 
four smaller periods. 

OD^Ojo, 5c, 2c, 2c, 5c, 5c, w. ( ODOOOO P. ) select cardinals 
of Buddha. 

oo<S, 5c, 2c, 2o, n. ( olco^P.) an inspector general (rf priests. 

- coS8, 5c, 2c, 2c, 2c, n. a title of the chief wife of a Sawbwa. 

coS, 5c, 2c, 3o, n. ( opoS P.) one of the four material ele- 
ments, earth, water, fire, and air, to which some add space 

^8oo, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. (c8^30 P.) a buffalo, J^\ 4o. 

OOD, 2c, 5c, n. (ooo, P.) flesh. 

o, 3c, n, a tuft, clump, heap, piece, S^f^SoSo, Im, Sc, Im, So. 

t", 3c, n. *S, 3c, chewed rice, such as is fed to an infant; any- 
thing soft, lacking consistency, not solid, sometimes 3o. 

e, 2o, V. *S, 2c, ( B.j to plaster, cover with some soft substance, 
to calk. 

o, 2o, 40, V. the game. 

gj"^> 2o, 3c, V. to repair religious buildings, vide c^jdqOj^, 4o, 

4c, 2o, 3c. 

o^oS, 2o, 4c, V. the game as o, ^. 

o, 5o, n. *5, 5c, the spleen. 

-oSoSS, 6o, 3c, lo, n. the same. 

|, Ic, n. *8, Ic, a dog; (K.) 4c. 

c8a, Ic, 2o, n, a wild dog. 

oc, Ic, 6c, n. the whirling water beetle, 

-ac^, Ic, 4c, n. a jackal. 

- i , Ic, 3c, n. a mad dog, aUo (^\o\, Ic, 8c. 

c<S, Ic, 3o, n. a female dog 

-^c<Sco, Ic, 3o, 3c, n. the same. 

*, lo, 5c, n. a kind of black squirrel. 

c8aS, Ic, Ic, n. a fox. 
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49 QS 

W"^CO', Ic, 40, n. (K. and C. S,) the .tame as \'>c', Ic, 4c. 

-^-oSoo^j, Ic, ^, 4?c, n. f oSeoi B, ) a strange dog that comes 
and remains voluntarily. 

0"[, Ic, So, n. vide 1^, Ic, 3c, 

nr^, 2c, n, *S. 2c, a shoulder, aho o\, 2c. 

>^, 2c, V, *, 2c, lo soak in liquor. 

cc6, 2c, So, V. f/w ftarm. 

W^, 2c, V, vide Ojoi, 5c, 2c. 

tt^oo], 2c, 2c, n. (Do>D P.) a mother, (b.). 

"^^oojD"|, 2c, 5c, 2c, 5c, n, (Dap<{) P.^ a woman. 

tf^-9C, 2c, 5c, n. (3^ P.) pride, (b.). 

^ OjS8:, 2c, 5c, 4io, lo, , to be proud, haughty, consequential. 

]^^co5, 2c, So, 71, (^wDQ^oS P.) a powerful evil spirit, who has pow- 
er over all the lower parts of the universe, vide OoS, lo. 

19C|^C00X), 2c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. vide jao-scoi^oo, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c. 

\ooi, 2c, 2c, w. (wocaDD P.) artifice. 

^0'>c, 2c, 5c, 5c, n, (wqco P.) death. 

^, Sc, V, *S, 3c, to be mad, insane. 

wd'. Sc, 2c, n. a kind of epilepsy, less than o|0, Sc, Ic 

^, Sc, Ic, n. epilepsy. 

c8o5, Sc So, V. to be delirious, aa a man whom an executioner 

has struck but failed to kill or a fowl after being decapitat- 
ed. 

olj, 4, V. *8, 4ic, to come. 

|, 4c, (6) n. (C, S. and K. ) an allotment, portion, as, |ic^6f, 4c, 
So, one meal. 

8^, Sc, V. *oS, Sc, to be weary, exhausted, desirous of sleep. 

g', Sc, Sc, V. the same. 

8Soo, 5c, 5c, -a. (SooodP.) Aries, the first sign of the zodiac, 

SSoo^-^OO, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. ( Soxvooooo B. ) a community of 
friendship, fellowship, coSaooSaoKo'al^ , 4o, Ic, 2c, Ic. 

o^OOi, 5c, 2c, n. (8a'5 p.) falsehood, error. 

c8.Sc8, 5c, 2c, 5c, 5c, n. ( 8 P. \ falsehood, error, oo6 

yars-aSiWcocBoSSS, 4o, Ic, 5c, 2c, 4c, So; a heretic, one who 
holds erroneous beliefs. 

8.8, 2o, V. *8^, 2c, to bear or carry on the slioulder by holding 



8coooS 483 

there with the hand, ae a priest his fan; also SS, 2o; a, 
aux. applied to bundles carried on the shoulder. 

8B85, 4o, 4o, adv. earnestly, diligently, PoS, 4m. 

S-SS^, 4o, 4o,4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

2S, 5o, n. *2S, 5c, the solid substaiice of a thing; exactness, 
truthfulness to the original. 

88, 2c, n, *oS, 2c, the common bat, also 88, 2c. 

85, 3c, n. *8, 3c, fate, destiny. 

86, 3c, w.(8S P.) Pisces, the twelfth sign of the zodiac, 

88, 4c, V. *, 4c, to be insensible; to have the eyes shut from 

languor or close thought j to be lost, absorbed in thought; 

to grow dim, as a flame, 
8, 4c, 4c, V. to be lost in thought or to dream, as an opium 

eater. 
88, 2m, V. *S, 2o, to groan or grunt, as a person in sickness. 
"oS, 2m, 4o, V. the same. 
88, Sin, V. *, 3o, to go near, to bend the head down addewise, 

as a buffalo preparing to butt, also 88, 3m. 
888s, 4m, 4m, adv. with faint fls^hes, as a distant light. 

(^<^Bf 4m, 4m, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

8S, 2o, v. *88, 2c, to distribute, dispense, give to others. 
O'^^, 2o, 3c, V. to divide in shares. 

(^'jSSSool, 2o, 3c, 2o, 2c, v. the same. 

88, 4o, n. *8S, 4c, an insect, any smalt insect. 

jD'sS'Sc, 4o, 4o, 5c, n. the praying mantis, ooSjD'sS'^c, 4c, 4o, 5c. 

58, 4o, 4o, n. a locust; ^C. S.) a firefly. 
jooScc^, 4o,3o, 4c, n. the common scorpion. 
o^8, 4o, 4c, n. the luminous centipede, seolopendra phosphorea. 
S8cg8, 4o, 4c, 4c, n. fK.) a firefly, vide ^%\ 2c, 3c. 
Soo^^oS, 4o, 3c,2c, 3o, n. (K.) the dammer bee, vide 88c^8, 
4o, 4c. 

"SoS, 4o, 3c, 4c, n. (K.) a scarab beetle, vide xBBC'cB, 2o, lo. 
cc9, 4o, 4c, n. the common scorpion. 

cc^cj^^, 4o, 4c, 2o, . a light brown scorpion. 

CC]05, 4o, 4c, Ic, n. a black scorpion. 
cooo, 4o, 5c, 4o, . a centipede. 



484 QBoS 

SScoSoS, 4>o, 4c, 4c, n. a large centipede, very poisonous. 

:8s, 4o, 4c, n. the dammer bee. 

^"^v^ ^> ^^^ **' ^ mole cricket, oo&|, 4c, 6c. 
cxxS, ^o, "^o, n. a cockroach. 

03^8, 4.0, 5c, 3.> n. (K.) a butterfly, x'ide >S^S, 2o, 3o. 

cSS, 4o, 4o, f. the green and golden beetle, a species of bupres- 
^i-y. called by Dr. Mason the chameleon beetle. 

00* ro^, 4o, lo, 2o, n, a milleped. 

coS, 4o, 5c, . worms in the bowels. 

^8, 4o, 2ni, n. fwie -aSS, 2ra, 

^'^, 4o, 4c, n an insect which eats foliage at night. 
oSco*, 4o,^4o, fu an insect with a poisonous bite. 

o, 4o, 3c n. the carpenter bee, also SSo, 4o, 3c. 

<^S, 4o, 5c, . the mango fly, a very small fly which appears 

in the mango season. 
<^, 4o, 5c, , the same. 

wScooDj, 4o, ^, Ic, Ic, f. (K.) mde 8SS, 4o, 3c, 
w8, 4o, 3c, n. a white ant in the winged state. 

, 4o, 3c, n. a deviTs needle, dragon fly; (K. and C, SA a bmtter- 

fly, vide jd(S^S, 2o, 3o. 

, 4o, 3c, Im, n. a small variety of dragon fly. 

^'3^, 4o, ^, n. a sow bug. 

>^, 4o, 4o, n. the common fly; any flying insect; bands f 

robbers or marauders following an army. 

o^^So^S, 4o,4o, Im, lo, n. the blue bottle fly. 

^-^S-o'-oSco, 4o,4o, 2c, lo, 2c, v. to blow, deposit eggs, as flies. 

^*^1 ^j Ic, Ic, n. the hoolock or white-browed gibbon. 

^, 4o, 3c, n. the carpenter bee, vide 86o, 4o, 3c. 

ooSooS, 4o, 2o, 2o, n. the crane fly or father longlegs. 

oo', 4o, 4c, n. a small cicada. 

oooo^JB, 4o, 5c, 3c, n. a wtisp which fills the cells of its young 

with the grubs of otlier insect*. 
CoS, 4o, lo, n. a small species of red tick which bites severely. 

c8o5, 4o, 4m, n. the larva of the mosquito. 

co>C, 4o, 2c, n. a worm infesting chillis and rotten beans. 
o^, 4o, 2o, . the dammer bee. 



Sep 485 

8S8o', 4o, Ic, Ic, n. a species of monkey. 

0O| 4!0, Ic, Ic, n. z4de 8S^|, 4o, Ic, Ic. 

8S, 4o, V. *8S, 4c, to have a hole made by an insect; n. such a hole. 

85od8^, -to, 5c, So, n. (E6oo8oS B.) hemorrhoids. 

^tS, 4o, 5c, 3o,4k), rj. to have dysentery. 

^, 4o, 5c, 3o, 4o, TJ. to have itching hemorrhoids. 

ro6, 4o, 5c, So, 2c, tJ. to have bleeding hemorrhoids. 

8cp, Im. V. *>, lo, to smell offensively, to stink. 

j5cco^ , Im, 5c, 2c, v. to smell very offensively, as food fer- 
menting. 

-S-^ Im, ^, V. vide Sc^ 2o. 

- -88, Im, Im, V. vide "88, Im. 

- SS, Im, 4o, V. vide "88, 4o. 

8'>S, Im, 2c, f. to have a sharp, pungent smell. 

co6, Im, 5c, . to be stale, tainted. 

cS.oJ', Im, Ic, 5c, V. to scaeW sickishly, as the smell of un- 
pleasant frtiit. 

OD<9, Im, So, V. to smell the scent of, as a dog that of a deer; 
to have the scent of, as fresh beef has the scent of an ox. 

ooji, Im, 4c, V. to smell musty. 

- oS8, Im, lo, V. the savie as 8cSod6', Im, 2o; also to be slightly 
offensive in smell. 

CO. Im, 3o, V. to smell sour. 

''^^. lin,2c, V. to smell offensively, as any oily substance on 

the fire. 

oj, Im, 2c, V. to smell offensively, as anything rotten. 

:>c8, Im, 3c, V. to have the smell of decaying matter. 

086*8-5*88, Im, 4c, Im, Im, v. to smell offensively, as a sick 
person. 

<i^S8-pO0[t, Im, 2c, Im, 4c, v. to be musty. 

yjQ'ooSs?, Im, lo, 2c, 5o, v. to emit an upleasant smell from 
the armpits, 

j?3>c, Im, Ic, V. to have a bad odor, the same a.<t 8 pcoS, Im, 5c. 

8 -S, 3m. n. *M'>S, 3o, a porcupine; (K.) 3o. 

8::S, 3m, v. (K. and C.S. 1 to fly, 7'idt 8'>S, Ic 

S.p, 4ni, n. *'>S, 4(), a bmly louse. 



486 SoSoo-^ 

8cS, 5m, V. *'>?, 5o, to hem or fell down the edgea, 

8cS, 5m, V. *^, 5o, to die, infreg; also 5o. 

co^ 5m, 3c, V. the same. 

8cS, 2o, n. a race of people inhabiting the mountains of Mong Ting. 

8cS, So, V. to hook or catch and break oflF with a long pole having 
a bifurcated end. 

8cg, 3o, V. *39S, 3c, to hit, as, Sep j8, 3o, Ic, to hit the head; 
to be right; to be certain, true, o^, 2o. 

c6. So, Ic, V. to like, be pleased with. 

co^cS, So, 4c, 2c, prep, in accordance with. 

c88cSoc>6, So, 3c, So, 4o, v. to hit upon the right thing. 

-sc^/aQ^, So, 2c, Ic, prep, the same as 8<:Sco9c6, So, 4c, 2c. 

8cS, So, V. (C S.j to be finished, come to an end, oSS, Sm. 

8cS, So, n. ( C, S. ) the flat part of an object or instrument, as 
the blade of a knife, vide d85, So. 

8cS, 3o, V. part, a particle denoting something accidental, unde- 
signed. 

8c:S, 4o. V. *89S, 4c, to stick up or out, protuberate, come to a 
point, 

ODoS, 4o, 2o; Sep, 4o, lo, v. the same, 

- 8S, 4o, 4o, u, to be ostentatious. 

'^S, 4o, 2c, V. to project somewhat, as from an aperture. 

8cS, 5o, V. to die, conveying the idea of contempt or disgrace. 

co'^j 5o, 3c, V. the same, vide cBcSco^, 5o, Sc. 

8o5, Sc, n. *oo5, Sc, a knife. 

"^, Sc, 2c, V. to cut around with a knife. 

CO. Sc, So, n, a knife with a protuberant back. 

0Q(^, Sc, 4c, n. a single-edged dagger worn at the waist. 

>8cp'X5'>S, Sc, Im, 2c, n. a jackknife. 

^"'3 ^*^' ^^'' ^^' "* ^^ same. 

c5, Sc, lo, n, a stiletto, poniard, 

8o5, 3c. 5c, , a small curved knife used in preparing bamboo 

withes. 

<^'3^- Sc, lo, n. a razor. 

8c35oQ], Sc, 2c, also So, 2c, n, (cwggo P.) affection, love, ooSy, 

4o, 5c. 



898 487 

8oS, 4c, V. *oo5, 4c, to break off, break with the hands, as bread; 

to twist or be twisted, distorted; ^ K. ) a skein of thread, 

also 8o5, 4c. 

CcmS8o5o^, 4c, 4o, 4c, 2o, v. to twist, distort the lips. 

ci)', 4c, 5o, i>. to be one-sided, awry. 

9^> 4c, lo, V. to be drawn one side, distorted. 

cS, 4c, 2c, V. to distort, twist. 

80S, 5c, V. to smooth wiiii a knife, vide 8o5, 5c. 

80630800, 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c, w. (^8oD P.) covetousness. 

8o5oSco5oo, 5c, 5c, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. (^3 P-) the middle part of 

the world including the sixteen great coontries, the scene 

of the sacred histories of Gaud am a. 
8o5, 4m, V. *o5, 4o, to catch with a bait; to draw water from 

a well with a sweep; to move with a crane; n. a fishhook, 

also 80S, 4m. 
80S, 5m, n. *oS, 5o, a seed, a fruit stone. 
- sSoO'^S, 5m, 3c, lo, n. a grain of rice. 

cp, 5m, 4c, n. a sesamum seed. 

co<^5aDo|8, 5m, 5c, 2c, 5c, 4c, n. ^^^&d) B.) anise seed. 
coS, 5m, 2c, n. the seed of pulse, beans, peas. 

<>', 5m, 5c, 4o, n. a drop of dew. 

c$c^'>^, 5m, lo, n. a rain drop. 

wiBcocS, 5m, 2o, lo, n. the seed of the coix millet. 

8o5, 2o, V. to conceal, hide, secrete, 86*, 4o. 

80S, 2o, V. *oo5, 2o, to gather one's clothes about him, more 

frequently, 86*, 2o. 
80S00I, 3o, 2c, n. love, affection, also, 3c, 2c. 
8o5, Bo, V. *oS, 3o, to sing alternately, responsively, as two 

parties at a festival; used more frequently with reference to 

the singing and dancing of the Karen races in the Shan 

country. 
80S80S, 4o, 4o, adv. used with o5, Ic, very black. 
8^, Ic, V. 'waS, Ic, to fly, as a bird, aXso B-^S, Ic. 
^S, Ic. 2c, V. to flutter over, ais a bird over a nest. 
8^^, 2c, n. *S, 2c, the fine black matter or crock on vessels 

used over the fire. 



488 8c6 

&9S, 3c, V, *9C, Sc, to be broken off, as a very small piece 

from a larger piece at eartheuware. 

006*, Sc, 2o, 17. the same, 

S-aS, oc, V. vide Sep, 5o. 

8^, 5c, n. *0'>S, 5c, the turmeric plant or root. 

StS, 2c, r. *6', 2c, to press or rub between the thumb and fingers, 

also 86, %i:; (K. and C. S.) 4*. 

'Sq.S, 2c, 3c, 3c, v. to blow tlie nose. 

cb, 2c, 4m, V to press between tlie thumb and fingers with 

more or less force. 

"^^S, 2c, 5o, V. to press forcibly with thumb and fingers. 

aS, 2c, 5c, V. to press with a kneading motion between the 

fingers and thumb. 
8^, 2o, V. *6', 2o, to gather up one's clothes around the loins; 

to hem; to sew a seam and fell the edges, also 4o. 
co886"3S, 2o, la, 2o, 4c, v. to gather one's clothes well about 

the body. 
00, 2o, 4o, V. to gather up and cover, as a cloth cover over a 

chatty or as a native woman closes an open petticoat. 
6d]8(Sc6S, 2o, 3c, 2o, 2m, v. the same as 86", 2o, 1st def. 
(S, 3o, V. *(dS, 3o, to thrust out, show, as the tongue. 
c8'>S, So, 5c, o. the i-ame. 
96, 3o, V. 6^, 3o, to diminish, shrink in size, as a sore when 

beginning to heal. 
8<S, 4o, V. *o<S,4o,toconceal one's self; to hide anything. 

006, 4o, 2o, V. the same. 

86, vide S. 

y8, 3m, V. *o, 3o, to have the edge or point turned, also 88, 

5 m. 
88, 4o, ft. *5, 4o, a cat; (K.) 3o; (C. S.) lo. 

c8'>^, 4o, 2o. n. a jangle cat. 

8, Ic, n. *w'[, Ic, a bear. 

8, 2c, 11. seasoning, something used to give relish to food. 

8, 2c, n. *[, 2c, the onion plant, cSoSS, 4c, 2c. 

"88, 2c, Im, n. green onions. 

c<j6, 2c, 5o, n. a variety of onion. 



8o' 489 

i^yo^uS, 2c, Ic, lo, n. a red onioo. 

2c, 37. *|, 2c, to be disfigured when crying, also 8, 2c. 

, 2c, V. *w|, 2c, to pull open, make gape; also a. aux. for 00^, 
4c. 

S, 3c, t;. 9], tic, to be dark, black, o68, Ic, 3c. 

8, 3c, zj. to be very small, as a bud just beginning to shoot forth, 
or a seed to sprout. 

C^, 3c, 3c, V. the same, 

Ss^C^, 3c, 3c, 3c, 3c, adv. used of anything fine, small and 
very numerous. 

S, 3c, n *[, 3c, [f^^X B.) a ruled line. 

8, 4c, V. *o|i, 4c, to be in some place, to have; to own, have 
possession; to be rich. 

/jSco', 4c, lo, lo, V. to be destitute, as, SsS'SCoSco', ic, 4o, 
lo, lo, to have a house with nothing in it; to have some- 
thing acquired by one's own efforts; to have pr(^)erty and be 
unwilling to use it either for one's self or others. 

>c8o8o5coj, 4c, 5c, 5c, 3m, 2c, v. to be under an engagement. 

s]CO, 4c, 4o, 4c, V. to obtain profit, reward. 
"SS, 4c, 4c, V. to be pregnant. 

- 8^S, 4c, 4c, 77. to be rich. 

cc8oo'>c"[, 4c, 2c, 5c, 2c, v. (ceoo^o P.) to be kindly disposed. 

c^, 4c, Ic, V. to be alive; to cherish ill feeling in silence, to 

be sullen. 

0D<*Scd6, 4c, 2c, 2c, V. to be pregnant. 

oSoSooj, 4c, 3m, 2c, v. to be faithful. 

ooo, 4c, Ic, V. tJie sarne as 8"88, 4c, 4c. 

ocB^oo-^SgoS, 4c, 5c, 5c, 2c, ^c, v. to conceive. 

- ooSjD'^S, 4c, lo, Ic, V. to be alongside. 

e, 4c, 3o, V. to have in abundance, sis property, wealth, to 

be opulent. 
8o5oo], 4c, 3o, 2c, V. (cwQpO P.) to like, love, be attached. 

coS, 4c, 4o, V. to have originally, as an inheritance. 

c8i:ooSco8, 4c, 3c, 2o, 3c, v, to address by a petition. 
O^^, 4c, 3c, V. to be pregnant. 

- O^, 4c, 5c, V. to be ready. 
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490 ^^Bc& 

8t85, 4c, Ic, r. to remain a long time. 

;y3ji8, 4tc, 5c, 4c, v. to accomplish one's end; to have a 

reward. 
jsQ'gS, 4c, 5c, 5o, V. to have permission. 

yaaSoS, 4c, 5c, 3o, c. to be guilty. 

.o86coo^, 4c, 5c, 5c, ^, v. to give a royal order. 
<^|i, 4c, 5c, 2c, V. to have office. 

i386ooc5, 4c, 2c, 5c, 2c, V. (9^c(^ P.) to conduct with propriety, 

be steady, well behaved. 
StO'sS, 4c, 4o, n. (8o| B.) fireworks, pyrotechnical exhibition, 
8ioo5, 4c, '3o, n. (80(9 6. j the menses, menstrual discharge. 

"^-^j "^^ ^*^ ^^ ^ * stoppage of the menses. 

oo8, 4c, 3o, 2c, n. excessive discharge of the menses. 

8s, 4c, 3o, Ic, V. to have a stoppage of the menses. 

<^S, 3c, n. *S, 3c, (<^oS B.) aloes. 

o, 3c, n. *.S, 3c, ( ooS B. ) the ornamental work around an 

arched entrance into a pagoda. 
cSd^oo, 3c, 4c, Ic, n. an arch or frame over a door or gate, 
^^oo, 3c, 5c, n. (<^^ B.) rupture, hernia. 
qS, 4c, 71. *o, 4c, the telinga potato, arum c^^npanulatum. 
<^S, 4c, V. to dig, delve, "^oS, 4c, 
ffS, 5c, n. *S, 5c, a collection, gathering, an assemblage, coS, 

4o. 

oo', 5c, 4c, n. a fireplace. 

^"O, 5c, 5c, n. (^rgP.) a mouth. 

(^S, 2o, n. *.8, 2o, a tube closed at one end. 

"Ooc5, 2o, 3c, lo, u. a kind of bamboo in which glutinous rice 

is cooked. 

"S, 2d, Im, n. a needle case. 

-o8o5, 2o, 4c, n. a syringe, qBjt^cScS, 2o, 4c, 4c. 

c8^, 2o, 2o, n. a cracker, a squib. 

- oScjD*, 2o, 2c, 4c, n. a pipe to blow fire with. 

^^S. 2o, Ic, n. a quiver. 

ySBo, 2o, 2c, Im, n. a hollow cylinder or tube. 

O0'[oo'[, 2o, 3c, Ic, n. a tube of bamboo used for medicine. 
o5>, 2o, 4o, n. a powder flask. 



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<^ j8o8o5, 2o, Ic, 4c, n. a squirt, syrmge. 

j^cScSf 2o, 4c, 4c, n. a syringe or anything of the kind. 

i^S, 4iO, V. to diminish, grow less, as one's money, property; used 

in composition with co, 4c. 
0-8, 4o, V. *, 4o, to cover up by burying or concealing, .o, lo, 
oo|, 4o, Ic, . the eyelid, ocSod^, Ic, Ic. 
S, Ic, n. (Laos,) a wicker basket; (K. and C. S.) 3c. 
b6, 2c, n. *8, 2c, the temporal juice which at certain seasons 

exudes from an elephant's head; the liquor m a flower, 

sought by bees; (K.) 4c. 
- co, 2c, 5o, n. tfie same as 1st def. 
^5, 3c, V. *, 3c, to look for, expect, watch for, as the coming 

of a person. 
00, 3c, 2c, V. to look towards. 
ooS, 3c, 4o, V. to long for, watch for. 

cocS, 3c, 4o, V. to look forward, peer at, gaze at an object. 

^oo"!, 3c, 3c, V. to look for, hope for. 
oojg&a'^, 3c, 3c, 4c, 3c, v. to hope for. 

S, 3c, 5c, V. to look for, wait in expectation. 

cS, 3c, 3m, V. to look at, behold attentively. 

CO, 3c, Ic, V, the same. 

oS, 4c, V. *o8, 4c, to cover without touching, to spread overhead; 

to roof; n. a roof. 
< "IS, 4c, 4c, V. to roof witii thatch. 
ccj^, 4c, 2c, V. to cover flatwise. 

coS, 4c, 3c, V. to spread an umbrella, to carry an open umbrella. 

o, 5c, n. *S, 5c, a place prepared by animals for their litter; 

the womb. 
oS, lo, n. a bag used as a cover for protection. 

c88, lo, Ic, n. a stocking. 

So, lo, 4c, n. a glove. 

<^S, 2o, V, *oS, 2o, to make a hole into or through, to perforate, 

also <^S^ 2o. 

ac, 2o, lo, V. to extract a thorn or splinter. 

<^S, 3o, n. *, So, a worm, any small animal without distin- 
guishable bones, also o, 3o. 



492 i{cp-Sy3^'>8 

^^SSS^v?, 3o, Sm, 4o, V. to have toothache from a decayed tooth 

supposed to be occasioned by an insect. 

"S(S, 3o, 3c, n. a naeasuring worm. 

c8, So, 4c, V. to perforate cloth or paper, as an insect. 

co, 3o, lo, n. a caterpillar that infests the ''co, 5c, lo 

tree. 

cgS, 3o, 4o, v. to be infested with insects, eaten by worms. 

oocS, 3o, 5c, n. a kind of long caterpillar. 

Op9^, So, 2c, n. a worm found in the dung of oxen or buffaloes. 

-jcS, So, Ic, n. a hairy caterpillar. 

->">% So, 5c, 4-0, n. a caterpillar of large size, appearing in 

the Shan States at the time of frost. 
- 8S, So, So, n. the large white worm found in the bud of the 

marsh date palm, an article of native food. 
c), So, Sc, n. any kind of caterpillar having hairs which cause 

soreness when touched. 
c8o5, So, 4m, n. a caterpillar having hairs which cause slight 

soreness when touched, vide tp^ScSoS, lo, 4m; also the 

larvae of the mosquito. 
co', So, So, n. a silk worm. 
o8oS, 4o, 4o, adv. intensive, used to express brilliancy, as, co8 

^8^8, 2c, 4o, 4o. 

S, 4o, 4o, 4o, 4o, adv. the same. 

S, 5o, n. the space within a globular body, as the crown of a 

hat. 
^oo|, 5c, 2c, n. (^000 P.) falsehood, .^.OQC^jaoc^, 4o, 2c, Sc, 2c, Sc. 
o'{oo|, 5c, 2c, 2c, 2c, n ( oOo P. ) the telling of a 

falsehood. 
ocS, lo, 11. *', lo, frost, hoar frost, snow. 
- --^c', lo, 4o, n. the same, 
Q\, lo, 2c, n. snow, a snow storm; (C. S.) lo, Ic, snow; (K.) 

4o, 4c. 
^C^, lo, 71. *', lo, a water dipper, also <^cp, lo; (K.]2o. 
c8^'>c, lo, 4m, 5c, n. the same. 
w^ya^^S, lo, 2o, Ic, . the shell of the cocoannt used for a 

dipper. 



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^c^, ^, V. **, 2o, ^c^B.) to stir up, agitate; to disturb, vex, 

0C3&, Ic. 
<^cp, So, . to have the sensation of numbness from cold or a 

blow; to be sore, as hands and feet; to be set on edge, as. 

the teeth. 

-aSoS, 3o, 4<oi, V. the same, 

<^op, 4o, n. *', 4o, a knot; the knot of hair worn by men and 

women. 
JOO, 4o, 3c; ^, 4o, Ic, n. the same. 
<^C^, 5o, s. *o', 5o, ^e^ B.) to twirl, whirl about. 
^<p, 5o, ?. to be altogether, completely gone, vide o', 4o. 
^o5, 5c, V. *oS, 5c, to thrust into an object for the purpose of 

removing something, to dig out, "QoS, 5o; to root as a hog. 
<^0Q, 4o, V. *o5, 4o, to be clear, pure, clean; to come to an end, 

be finished, often used with oo6, 4c, as, ooS^oS, 4c, 4o, all. 

0&8, 4o, 2o, V. to be cJear, pure; to be innocent, holy. 

OsS, 4o, 4o, V. the same, 

o, 4o, Ic, V. to be clear, pure, clean. 

c8o8Sc8, 4o, Ic, Sm, Ic, r. to be all gone. 

^o5, 4o, V. *oS, 4o, to be coveri, as with clouds, also OoS, 4o, 

c86^oS^, 4o, Im, 4o, Ic, v. to have the sky covered with raia- 

less clouds after the close of the rainy season. 
<fo5, 5o, n. *oS, 5o, an aat. 

''sc, 5o, 4c, n, a species of small ant. 

'aS, 5o, 5o, n, a species of large red ant. 

oo, 5o, 3o, n. a species of large red ant, edible. 

Ci^COoS, 5o, 3o, Ic, n. a red ant having its nest in the ground. 

scScocp, 5o, 4o, 4o, . a species of ant. 

OoSo^o, 5o, lo, lo, . a species of large ant. 

co8, 5o, lo, n. the red ant. 

coS^Sc, 5o, lo, Ic, 3o, n. a kind of red ant. 

O^, 5o, 4o, n. a species of ant. 

<^8, 5o, 4c, n. a large black ant. 

^8, 5o, 5c; ^^o5, 5o, 5c, Ic; J'aScSS, 5o, 5c, lo, n. 

an ant that stings. 
<^(Bco\, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. (c^SoDO P.) a joy in the happiness of others. 



494) <j9Sg9S 

t^aS, Ic, n. *8, Ic, glory, o-aS. Ic, used with (j^8, 4c, sometimes 

lo. 

i, Ic, 2o, x>. to do a favor. 

09&, Ic, amf lo, n. space above; arfr. and prep, above, ooSv^S, 

4so, Ic; opposed to CO, 3c, a/*o QoS, Ic. 
oaS, Ic, r;. *S, Ic, to prop up or raise up with a small support, 

vide gf , Ic. 
oaS^d^, 2c, 5c, V. to be fine, dusty, a^ a well-trodden road; n. 

dust collected on anything; the dust of a street or cf dry 

land swept by the wind. 
<jaS, 3c, V. * 98, 3c, to be small, miaute in pertid^; , dust, 

any powder. 

"O, 3c, 4c, n. fine grains of gold. 

oScS, 3c, 3m, n. the chips made in turning a lathe. 

O0'a8oD6, 3c, 4c, 4o, n. filings. 

920^, 3c, 2o, 2c, n. fragrant powder. 

gS, 3c, 2c, 91. pollen, "''g^S, 4c, 2c. 
cSaS, 3c, Ic, n. dust, dirt. 

-coo, 3c, 3o, n. saw dxist. 
^, 3c, Ic, n. toilet powder, petal dust, sachet powder. 
09S, 3c, V. (K. and C. S.) to be smooth, slippery, vide S'jS, 3c. 
98, 4c, n. used in composition, as, 'o8o'>S, 3c, 4c, bread. 
t^-sS, 4c, n. (K.)te thousand; (C.S.) Ic, znde ^S, 2c. 
^98, 4c, V. *^, 4c, to sprout forth, as new leaves; appear, as 

new flesh or as new land in a stream; to be re-born. 
o-aS, 4c, (6) V. (K. and C. S.) to open the eyes, vide 8'>8, 4c. 
(^aS, 5c, V. (K. and C. S.) past time, former time, vide 8'>S, 5c. 
;^8, 2o, a. *S, 2o, lustreless, dull, faded; v. to have cataract 

on the eyes. 

C^, 2o, 2o, a. very faded, dark gray. 

-a^, 2o, 2c, a. slightly faded, light gray. 
yo5, 2o, 2o, a. faded very much, lustreless. 

2*^' ^^' ^' ^' ^^ same. 

^C>S, 2o, 2o, n. a cutaneous disease in which the flesh is covered 

with itching bunches; a kind of hives, sometimes '>8'>S, 

2c, 2c. 



^SjcS 495 

o^S, 3o, Tu *>8, So, an otter, also (^oS, 3o, 

U'jS, 3o, t>. *>?, 3o, to enjoy one's self, be happy, rqoice. 

c6, 3o, Ic; ^93T ^^' ^^ "^^ "'^^ saw*;. 

o-jS, 4<o, f, **, 4o, to be round, circular, globular, sphencalj 
n. y3Q'>S'>S, Ic, 4o, a circle. 

cx>8, 4o, 4o, V. to be oblong. 

cx>8j 4o, 3o, V. the same. 

S, 5o, tJ. *'3S, 5o, to enter, generally expressing some effort 
to enter; to push into, enter by pushing, shove into, press into. 

otS, 4c, V. *oS, 4c, also 4o, to strike, beat, also oS, 4c. 

wiJ, 2o, t^. *6', 2o, to kneel with a bowed head; to have a de- 
pression, dent, 06", 2o. 

'acS, 2o, 3c, V. to sit bent forward on the elbows. 

^"^j 2o, 4c, z>. to prostrate one's self, yet resting on the elbows. 

((ScoiS, 2o,5o, 4c, u. to prostrate one's self at full length; to 

be crushed together, as a metallic cup when injured. 

o5tS, 3o, 3o, adv. flappingly, as wings, also 0<So6, 3o, 3o, OoS, 5o. 

qS, 4o, v. *($*, 4o, to hem. 

dSiS, 4o, 5m, V. to hem or fell. 

$, 4o, 4c, V. to hem the edge of a thing. 
.'^cS, 4o, Im, V. to fell a seam. 
qS, vide ^. 

wcoo'l', 5c, 4c, n. (^sooo B.) barley, sometimes ^coo^, 4c, 4c. 
08, Ic, n. [, Ic, the water lily of which there are many varie- 
ties, also 08, Ic. 

cpS, Ic, 3c, n. the ring and ribs which support an umbrella. 
CO, Ic, 2c, n. the blue water lily. 

0^006", Ic, 2o, 3o, n. the sacred bean plant. 

09.8, Ic, 2o, n. the white water lily. 

ogS, Ic, 3c, n. a water plant which floats without attaching 

itself by roots to anything; duckweed. 

CoS, Ic, lo, n. a red water lily. 

;^8, Ic, n. (K.) a pot, chatty, vide CM^, 3c. 

c^S, 2c, n. *], 2c, a depression in the earth, a valley, ravine, 

also 08, 2c. 

^cp, 2c, 3o, n. the sam^. 



496 ^ 

8, Sc, V. to rush at, to attack as a beast, 08, Sc 

CO, 3c, 4c; eg, Sc, 2c, v. the suine. 

'<i^8, -k;, V. *p, 4c, to be dim-sighted; to be dark, overspread 

with clouds; to be misty. 
00, 4c, 2c, V. to be misty, hazy. 
- "[g, 4c, 4c, adv. witii a dim light as at the beginning of dawn, 

used with c8S, 4o. 
8, 4c, V. to rejoice, be glad. 

c8, 4c, Ic, V. the same. 

<^8jd*[, 4c, 2c, n. (2iSgooD B.) an awning, a tent. 

^8, 5c, V. *, 5c, to throw upon, to cover, hence, to dam by 

throwing up a barrier of earth across a stream for the 

purpose of catching fish. 
, 3c, n. a tuft, clump, bunch, o, 3c. 
o, 2o, V. *, 2o, to cover over, as when plantains are ripened 

in the ground. 
c8o5, 2o, 3m, V. to cherish secretly, as a grudge. 
c8o58Sco8, 2o, 3m, 4o, 4c, v. the same. 

ooScSoS, 2o, 4o, 4c, V. to cover over, keep carefully the remem- 
brance of an offense, to be revengeful, 
>c8, 2o, 3c, V. io cover a thing for the purpose of producing 

decomposition. 
^o-scS, 2o, 5c, 2o, Ic, V. to contain matter as a sore, which 

has not opened, to suppurate. 
6, 3o, V. *, 3o, to be soft as fully ripe fruit, flabby as soft flesh; 

to be loose, not compact as the hair; to be not tight, fast, 

sometimes lo, also 6, 3o. 
, 4o, V. *,4o, to bind around the edge as a basket, or the edge 

of a garment, to put on a patch, to calk, sometimes 5o. 
^, Ic, n. *|, Ic, a hog; (K.) 4c. 

coS, Ic, 5o, n. a tapir. 

cB'3^, Ic, 2o, n. a jungle hog. 

[, Ic, Ic, n. vide <jO], Ic, Ic; SS<^o|, 4o, Ic, Ic, the hoolock, 

the white-handed gibbon. 
, 2c, n. *li 2c, a collection, crowd, gathering, ^S, 5c; a. atix, 

for books, in/req. 



c(Sd8S 4.97 

o-s^, 2c, 6c, n. ^ 2 P. j the peak on the head of an image of 

Buddha. 
OCO, 2c, 5c, n. (^oo P. j an orig-in, foundation. 
, 3c, t). to be full and well-favored, of good form and color; to 

be in an excellent condition. 
O, 4c, n. *Q\z, 4c, a weight of which there are two kinds, the great 

and small, equal to one and a half eS, 4k>; two annas, 
o, 4c, t). ( K. ) to be dim-sighted, to be dark, overspread with 

clouds; to be misty, vide o8, 4cc 
OCO]i, 4c, 4c, V. to reverence, respect and trust, as he who offers 

to nats. 
'^l*^' '^^1 ^^' ^^' ^^' ^' ^^ S^^ ^^ presence of, by the 

exhibition of regard. 
c88, 4c, 4o, 71. a race of mountaineers near Kengtung. 
c8o, 4c, 4o, n. (<i^5Y8 B.j a huntsman. 
^o5, 4c, So, n. (8oSB.) chiefs, nobility, c^5^5, 4c, 4o. 
CCX)?, 4c, 4c, n. (wecjoo B. j barley, sometimes coo^, 5c, 4c. 
ciSjdoo^, 2c, 5c, 3c, n. (cQOocotS' B.) an earthen rampart. 
c^coc^S, 2c, 4o, 4o, n. (C. S. j a sheep,, vide a^, 4c. 
c<Sc8cp, 2c, 3m, n. (C.S.) the same, 
c^ooS, 2c, 2c, n. (sooS P.) sexual intercourse; Gemini, the third 

sign of the zodiac. 

;3Q9Sj3oQ"[|, 2c, 2c, Ic, 2c, 4c, n. adultery. 

C(Sy^, 2c, Ic, n. (C. S.) the lobe of the ear, vide cS-aSci, 2c, Ic 

cS, 3c, n. a species of shellfish, a cowry, Sc<5, 2o, 3c. 

c<5, 3c, n. a cotyledon, a seed leaf. 

c^, 4c, n, *|8, 4c, a wife. 

o^', 4c, 5c, n. an inferior wife, a concubine. 

o^^' ^^^ ^^' ^' ^^^ principal wife, i, e. first taken of two or 

more. 
Pf^^i 4c, 2c, n. an inferior wife, a concubine. 
S, 2o, V. *"[, 2c, to increase, augment, add to, as a rice field; 

to deceive; (K.) 4c. 
- co6'g<^^, 2o, 4o, 2o, 4o, v. to add something in reporting the 

words of another. 
c8, 2o, 3o, V. the same. 
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498 s&qS 

qS, So, n. *"[, 3c. a mother; the main part of saiything, aa a 
box, a river; a aux. for rivers, &c; combined with the name 
of a race or country, it denotes a woman of that race or 
country, as, c5w8, 3o, So, a Barman woman; (K.j 3c. 

jo6, So, 2o, n. the straight stick or handle of a crossbow. 

>S, 3o, 4c, n. a stepmother. 

B'Si 3o, 4m, n. a midwife. 

^5> So, 4cy n. a woman who builds and consecrates a mona^ 

tery, 9c'-g]S, 4o, 4c. 

-oS, So, Sc, n. the lac coccus insect. 

"O, So, 2o, 11. a woman who bears the expense of a boy entering 
the novitiate or priesthood. 

"o', So, Sc, n. cold sores, sores about the lips, 

coSjdi, So, So, Sc, n. a female dancer. 

coSoj^c^ScS, So, So, Sc, 4o, lo, n. the same. 

co8. So, Sc, n. a mother-in-law to a woman; ntother of a person 
of rank who is also called co85, Sc, So. 

co8j&co, So, Sc, 4o, 4c, n. mother, a term of compellation. 

co8coo5. So, Sc, So, n. an actress. 

00809, ^ ^' '*' '* ^ nurse. 

00', So, 4o, n. an appellation given to a woman whose first- 
bom is a boy. 

- CX), So, 2o, n. a name given to a mother whose son is a no- 
vitiate. 

coo^, So, 2c, n. the first shoots of grain in a planted field. 

086', So, 2c, n. a stepmother. 

OOaSooi^, So, 4c, 2c, n. a courtezan. 

cS-aS, So, Ic, n. the great toe. 

>, So, 5c, Ji. a younger sister of one's mother. 

<>, So, 4o, n. the wife of a father's younger brother j also 

an appellation given to a woman whose firstborn is a girl. 

'>cS8cS, So, 4o, lo, n. a dancer; a puppet. 

-ac. So, 5c, n. a river. 

nS-^cp, So, 2c, 4c, n. a Brahminess. 

do. So, 5c, n. a large dah. 

ccS, So, 5o, n. a licentious woman, but not for hire. 



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<ScB8, 3o, 5o, n. a witch. 

> ^o5, 3o, 2o, Ic, n. a strumpet, a harlot. 

waS, 3o, Ic, w. a barren woman, one not bearing young. 

waS, 3o, 3o, n. a Burman woman. 

S, 3o, 4*0, n. a pregnant woman. 

- WoS, 3o, 5o, n. a woman having a familiar spirit. 

^^S, 3o, 3o, n. the seeker in a game of hide and seek; the 

one blindfolded in the game of blindman's buff. 
', 3o, 3o, n. a widow. 

'c5^, 3o, 3o, 3o, 4o, n. the same, 

ff9, 3o, Ic, n. one who consults the spirits for others. 

S8, 3o, 4c, n. the thumb. 

28c8J5, 3o, 4c, 4m, n. the breadth of the thumb. 

g^cXJ'^, 3o, 2c, 3c, n. a harlot, a courtezan, 

gS, 3o, 2c, n. vide GcSco', 3o, 4o. 
c8S, 3o, 4c, n. a woman. 

- cSSc^cXJl^, 3o, 4c, 3o, 3c, n. the same. 

CO, 3o, 5c, n. ( C. S. ) a younger sister of one's mother, vide 

c5c, 3o,5c. 
c8S, 3o, 5m, n. a woman who succors the poor or strangers; 

a woman who hires labourers. 
co', 3o, lo, n. a wife who has not borne children; a woman 

who has a bastard child. 

cco^, 3o, Ic, n. a bad woman. 

^i:8B, 3o, 4c, lo, n. a mother, honorific. 

j^op, 3o, 4c, 4c, n. the samA, 

fS, 3o, 5o, n. a divorced woman. 

/ao"[, 3o, Ic, n. a paternal axint, the younger sister of a father. 

JSg-Sj 3o, 2c, n. one's own mother. 

ja^'iQ, 3o, 2c, n. a stepmother. 

ciScoo^, 3o, Ic, n. (C. S.) a large hornet, vide cool", 2c. 

C(5co, 3o, 4o, n. (C. S.j a kite of paper or other material, vide 

jDjoS, Ic, 2o. 
C(S, 4o, V. *|8, 4c, to prepare, put in order; to correct, repair; 

to castrate. 
<'?gj>^, 4o, 4c, 2o, 3c, V. to repair a religious building. 



500 w'coS 

c<Syg|8c<SBS, 4o, 2c, 4o, 4c, v. to better one's state, as by reli- 
gious offerings, astrological term. 

^5, 4o, Ic, V. to prepare, make ready, put in order. 

c8, 4o, "' " V. to restrain one's feelings, to be considerate. 

cSc^Scs^, 4o, Tc, 4o. 4c, v. the same. 

ooS, 4o, 4o, V. to repair a road. 

oo, 4o, 4c, V. to erect, plant upright. 

ooi, 4o, 2c, V. to calculate the portion of anything before dis- 
tribution. 

cBS, 4o, 3o, V, to prepare additionally. 

cB6, 4o, 2m, V. to level, reduce to an even surface. 

o', 4o, 5c, V. to make ready. 

^6 4o, 4c, V. to form a nest, as bees or birds. 

c-S, 4o, So, V. to put in handsome order. 

q^S5cSo, 4o, So, 4o, lo, v. the sam, 

'^S)t 4o, 4o, V. to prepare, prepare again, to correct prepara- 
tions previously made. 

?i'^. 4o, 4o, V. to build or erect a house, vide JNdSjI'SC, 4m, 

4o; to repair a house; to set a house in order. 

S-^Sc^CoS, 4o, 4o, 4o,4c, v. the same. 

g6, oo, v. *8, 5c, to be flat; to press down; to flatten, CX^QO, 

4o, 5o, to fall flat. 
ccSc5/3QOC, 5o, 5o, 2c, a. very small and flat. 
GcSjjcoc^, 5o, lo, 4o, 2c, z^. to be greatly rejoiced, to be full of 

joy. 

', Ic, /i. *S, Ic, sewing thread. 

^cS> Icj Ic, n. cotton thread. 

'0'>Sco8, Ic, lo, 4c, n. woolen yarn. 

"S, Ic, Im, n. the same as ', Ic. 
Q >S, Ic, 4c. n. silver thread 

o^, Ic, 2o, n. flaxen thread. 

cSd>S, Ic, 3c, n. thread doubled and twisted. 

S, Ic, 3c, n. a blackened cord used as a marking line. 

co', Ic, So, n. silk thread. 

', Ic, V. *, Ic, to cover, wrap with a cloth or blanket. 
*CoS, Ic, 4c, n. vide J38u'coS, 2c, Ic, 4c. 



w'j^oS 501 

*, 2c, a. red, used with c85, lo. 

', 3c, i;. *3, 3c, to be hot, to burn, as fire or anything hot, 

cSd'u', 4c, 3c; to be harassing, as, cSoco^w*, 8c, 6c, 3c, to 

be troubled with thieves. 
- JB'3S''^(S. 3c, Ic, 3c, 4o, V. to ask repeatedly for food out of 

the usual time. 
' 8*^, 3c, 4c, V. to be oppressive in regard to debts or taxes. 
c8, 3c, 3c, V. to be hot and smarting. 
t^, 3c, Ic, V. to be in distress from continued grief or anxiety. 

c^'Sc^, 3c, Ic, Ic, Ic; c^w^c-o^, 3c, Ic, 3c, 4c, v. the same. 

086*, 3c, 2o, V. the same as *c8, 3c, 3c. 

c^^oo8, 3c, 4c, 2c, V. to be very importunate. 

^S'w', 3c, 3c, 3c, Ic, V. to have a great desire to dress 

finely. 

co^'S, 3c, 4c, 3o, V. to be scorchingly hot. 

88, 3c, 3c, 3c, V. to pain, throb and beat as an ulcer. 

JJmW'cS, 3c, Ic, 3c, Ic, r. to be distressed, annoyed, sorrowful. 

%. ' 3c, 5c, V. the same as ', 3c. 
', 3c, adv. (K,) here, vide '^', 3c. 

', 5c, n. *8, 5c, wood, woody substance; timber; the bamboo. 
- jd6o|, 5c, 3o, Ic, n. a tree the leaves of which are steeped and 

used as a bath to prevent the relapse of an eruptive disease, 

as smallpox, 

oS, 5c, 4o, Ji. a kind of tree. 

JD-^S, 5c, 3c, n. a bamboo with the joints close together when 

they should be far apart, a stunted bamboo. 
jD-acoolo, 5c, 3c, Ic, lo, n. a bamboo in which the joints are 

not only close together but very protuberant. 

JOO, 5c, lo, n. the huteajrotidosa. 

jd8, 5c, 3o, n. a kind of tree. 

JjB, 5c, 3o, n. a stick used to cleanse after evacuation of the 

bowels. 

^o5oo5, 5c, 3o, 4c, n. a kind of large bamboo. 

(5, 5c, 3c, n. pincers made of wood or bamboo. 

^S, 5c, lo, n. hollow timber. 

^o5, 5c, 2c, n. a tree found in the Shan States. 



502 "'^^^ 

'y^oSi^8op^, 5c, 2c, 2c, So, n. the tree-fern, also 'j^8oo, 5c, 

2c, 3o. 

jXjS, 5c, 5o, n. crooked timber. 

- j^8op-S, 5c, 2c, 3o, n. wi^i^ '/^0fS^8op^, 5c, 2c, 2c, 3o. 

CJO^, 5c, 2c, n. the chestnut tree. 

.O^gS, 5c, 2c, Ic, 71. a kind of tree. 

,oSoo|, 5c, 3c, 3c, n. a species of bamboo used for making 

pipe stems. 

-O^j 5c, Ic, n. a rafter. 

-g*, 5c, 3c, n. the two sticks used to separate the threads of 

the warp and placed next to the yard beam. 

ooS.^^J^cp, 5c, 4c, 3o, lo, n. the two cross sticks which give 

firmness to the bottom of a basket. 

0606, 5c, 3c, lo, n. a kind of bamboo used for cooking glu- 
tinous rice. 

"6, 5c, 5c, n. a tree whose bark is used as a seaisoning with 

food. 

5o5, 5c, 2c^ n. a ruler, rule. 

', 5c, 5c, n. a willow growing along the banks of streams of 

water. 

"[, 5c, 5c, n. the melicocca trijug'a. 

"g', 5c, 2c, n. a species of euphorbia, 

'goS, 5c, 2o, 11. a levelling stick used to level grain in a 

measure. 

cS, 5c, 5o, n. the gordoJiia jloribunda . 

cocS<X)^, 5c,4c,2o, n. any parasite which enwreathes atnd kills 

a tree. 
. cocj-^C, 5c, 5c, 4<o, n. the iron wood tree, pingado, inga xylo- 

carva . 
-ooc8, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. (^c8 B.) the flowery cassia, cassia florida. 
' cocg, 5c, 5c, 4c, n. a small bamboo. 
c85, 5c, Ic, n. solid wood, the opposite of o^c^S, 5c, 2c. 

CO, 5c, 3c, n. a thorny shrub, the fruit of which is used in 

dyeing, the gum for bleakenrng the teeth. 

cxpSc^oS, 5c, lo, 3o, n. the gum kino tree. 

^^' ^^ ^' ^^' '* ^^ same. 



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w'c^S'^S, 5c, 5o, lo, n. a kimi of tree. 

00^, 5c, 4c, n. teak wood, of which two varieties are distin- 
guished by the Shans, v^coSc^, 5c, 4c, Ic, and 'cx)5c8S, 
6c, 4c, lo. 

o>6, 5c, 4o, n. a kind of bamboo. 

ooS*, 5c, 4o, 4c, n. the golden bamboo. 

coS^, 5c, 4o, lo, n. the thorny bamboo, bamhiisa spinosa. 

OOaScOjS, 5c, 2c, 2o, n, the wood oil tree, dipierocarpus turli- 

natus. 

DDQC, 5c, 3o, n. the dillenia ornata 

cxkjoS, 5c, 5c, 4c, n. the lagerstrcemia regina. 

oo8, 5c, 3o, n. a slender piece of wood or bamboo, either long 
or short; the stick on which cotton cloth is hung, or is 
stretched to dry after sizing. 

00]8cc8, 5c, 4c, 4c, n. cutch, acacia catechu. 

o&O, 5c, 3c, n. pieces of bamboo cut lengthways. 

0^, 5c, 2m, n. a split bamboo for toasting, a skewer, an im- 
paling stake. 

OD'ccS, 5c, lo, 4o, n. the paper tree, a kind of mulberry, 
broussonetia papyrifera. 

OD|, 5c, 5c, n. a tree. 

og8c^, 5c, Ic, Ic, 7i. bamboo with two cavities. 

cpcScS'sSo'jS, 5c, 3o, Ic, Ic, n. two pieces of split bamboo used 

to bind the ends of rafters to hold them in place. 

coS, 5c, 2c, n. (c^o6 B.) the aspen-leaved peepul, ficus rdigiosa. 

c^ScSS, 5c, 2c, 2o, n. a species oi fictis. 

cp, 5c, So, n. a forked pole to twist ofF leaves and fruit, also 
'S, 5c, So. 

ooSootS*, 5c, 5o, 2o, n. the inner part of bamboo next the cavity. 

oo'S, 5c, Ic, n. vide 'c8S, 5c, Ic. 

oocoo9, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. a tree the bark of which is used with soap- 
nut for washing purposes. 

c6<i\f 5c, 2c, 2c, n. ^ooD B.) vide 'c^oo|, 5c, 4o, 2c, 2c. 

c8^, 5c, So, n. a carpenter's rule. 

oo'cSd^, 5c, lo, 2o, n. a tree dead on one side but living on the 
other. 



604 w'tt^cS-jScoS 

'c85, 5c, 4c, n. the dipterocarptcs grandiflora. 
co, 5c, 4c, n. a kind of tree. 

Qo5o], 6c, 4c, 4c, n. a pole used for pushing, as a boat or 

fu^, at the burning of a dead body. 

^-^1 5c, 3c, n, a prop or stay applied to the side of anything. 

^"^^j 5c, 2c, n. a species of the genus inga, the albizzia stipit- 

lata. (Kurtz.) 
^c, 5c, 5c, . the myrobalan. 
'>cS'>8cS, 5c, 4c, Im, n, a tree which shakes if touched. 

>cj?^'S, 5c, 3c, 4o, n. the crossbeam at the gable end of a 

house. 

-jSS, 5c, 5c, n. the cotton tree. 

'^S'oo', 5c, Ic, 2c, n. a bamboo above the ridge pole and inter- 
section of the rafters, yet beneath the thatch. 

- -ac-sS^) 5c, 4c, 3c, n. a small split bamboo outside the finish- 
ing layer of thatch at the ridge of a roof, 

'^C'^Sy', 5c, 4c, lo, n. a small split bamboo tied to the rafters 
outside the first layer of thatch, near the ridge of a roof, 
to which the w'-a^^^^, 5c, 4c, 3c, is fastened. 

o6, 5c, Ic, n. the oak. 

o8, 5c, 4c, n. the Shorea rnbuHa. 

o8, 5c, lo, n. a kind of bamboo. 

QS, 5c, 2o, n. the pine. 

3^(^, 5c, 2o, Ic, n. the cedar. 

36, 5c, 3c, n. a bamboo stick upon which meat is thrust for 

cooking. 

80S, 5c, 3o, n. a kind of tree. 

800^, 5c, 4c, 3c, n. the padauk tree, pterocarpiis. 

O.S, 5c, 2o, n. the elephant bamboo. 

col, 5c, 5c, n. a species of large bamboo. 

cfc5, 5c, 5c, n. touchwood. 

cSBoS, 5c, 3o, n. a species of bamboo. 
- cSo?p, 5c, 4c, 71. the careya arborea. 

'5d'oo^, oc, 4o, 3o, n. (K.) an oar, vide o5. 3o. 
wJBcS'^ScoS, 5c, 2o. 5c. 5o, n. the Indian trumpet flower, alio 
C0'>SyJ5c8SjD|, 3o, ^o, ^o, Ic. 



w'ys^So^B 605 

tt'Scp, 5c, So, n, a pole with a bifurcated end to catch and break 

off leaves and flowers. 
8, 5c, 2c, n. hollow wood, as bamboo, the opposite qfa-^cBSf 

5c, Ic. 
8o5, 5c, 2o, n. a tree from which a yellow dje is made. 

gS, 6c, Ic, n. a kind of bamboo. 

oSodSi 5c, 3c, 3c, n. a kind of tree. 

cxdS'oS, 5c, lo, lo, n. a tree having a white sap, like milk. 
CO'^S, 5c, Ic, n. a prop or stay applied to the side of anything. 
CO, 5c, 4o, n. the cedrela too?ia, the wood of which is used by 

the Shans for making the sheaths of knives. 

oooow^, 5c, 4<o,2c, 2c, n. the neem tree, melia azadirachta. 
cooSo'^S, 5c,4c, Ic, n. a bamboo parallel with the ridge pole,. 

part way down, for holding rafters in place. 
o6, 5c, Ic, w. a species of bamboo. 
cocfo', 5c, So, 4k), n. an oar, paddle. 
c8y', 5c, 4ic, 3c, n. the homalium tomentosum. 
c8Sc8S, 5c, 4m, lo, n. a species of eriolcena. 
' CO, 5c, 4o, n. the cassia ligmum. 
co', 5c, 3c, n. a kind of bamboo. 
cS8, 5c, 2o, n. the sycamore tree, ficus lanceolata. 
cS, 5c, 2c, n. twisted timber. 
8o5, 5c, So, n. the black wood tree, ebony. 
yJB, 5c, 5c, n. the black varnish tree. 

f-'^^^j 5c, 4c, Ic, w. the stick on which cotton rolls are wound.^ 
9J<S, 5c, 4c, 2c, n. the beam of a loom on which the cloth ia 

rolled, as it is woven. 
?cS, 5c, lo, n. a kind of tree. 
q>5, 5c, 4o, n. the bambusa gigantea. 
q>,S'S8, 5c, 4o, 4o, n. a kind of bamboo. 
. cS, 5c, 4c, n. the banian or Indian fig-tree, ficus Indira. 

S^-'^' 5c, 4c, 5c, n. the banian tree which multiplies itself by 

pensile branches. 

c', 5c, 4c, n. the Eugenia tree, 

^o5, 5c, 2o, n. a kind of creeper. 

jsqS^C^, 5c, So, 5o, n. a tree the bark of which is very astringent. 
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606 c^(j^ 

*i3f^iScg, 5c, 5c, Ic, n. the bamboo on the outside of the ridge of 
a roof, to which the outer thatch is fastened. 

/', 5c, 2o, n. a kind of hill reed or large grass, much used 
in making thatch. 

Qjso^, 5c, 3c, n. a kind of reed, anindo, 

C/w^ooS, 5c, 3c, 5o, n. a kind of tree. 

c-o^^ccol", 5c, 3c, 4c, n. a kind of reed. 

', lo, V. *S, Ic, to clear away, as weeds, bushes. 

00'>S, lo, lo, V. to clear weeds from a garden. 
u88, lo, 3o, V. to clear away grass or weeds. 

', lo, V. to make a mark; to be engaged to marry; n. a mark; 

a sign; a geometrical point; a person engaged to marry, 

as, cS^8', Ic, lo. 
'>e\, lo, 3c, n. the name of the sign (%\ 

o', lo, 5c, V. to note down, mark down; to be engaged to 

marry. 
^', 2o, :;. *S, 2c, to put upon, as a bit of fish upon rice when 

eating, used of children. 
^jD-o8, 2o, 4c, 3c, V. the same. 

', 2o, V. *S, 2c, to have various colors, be variegated, 
w'-acii, 2o, 4c, n. a nail. 

', 3o, n. *, 3c, a widow, vide c<S', 3o, 3o. 
', 3o, V. to vie, contend in rivalry, to strive to outdo one another. 
*, 3o, V. *, 3c, to agree, be of the same mind. 
c^, Ic, V. *sS, lo, to know how, be skilled in, to have skill, 

acquired ability. 
C>^1> Ic, 5c, V. to be skilled in singing love songs; n. a singer 

of this kind. 
, Ic, 4o, V. to understand the art of speaking; to be skilled in 

singing; n. a poet, bard. 
.gTD I />>, Ic, 4o, 2c, Ic, V. to be skilled in singing, frequent- 
ly with the accompaniment of clapping hands. 
<?], Ic, Ic, V. to be unable to get along with or live with 

others, that is, to know how to be alone. 

'[g, Ic, 4c, n. one who knows how to cure a snake bite. 

c, Ic, 4c, 71. one skilled in catching and taming serpents. 



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CQ^coS, Ic, 3o, V. to know how, be skilled in. 

cocS, Ic, 3m, n. a turner. 

oo|, Ic, 2c, V. vide c^^oo|jd'>S, Ic, 4o, 2c, Ic. 

c8cy88, Ic, Ic, Ic, 4c, V. to be eminent in any manual 

employment. 

ogS, Ic, 3c, n. a carver in wood. 

CO, Ic, Ic, n. a nat worshiper. 

8, Ic, lo, n. a person who foretells the future by Eistrologi- 

cal calculations. 
9S, lc,2c, n. a person who knows how to shampoo, vide cY 

8<S, Ic, 2c. 
^6, Ic, 4c, V. to be eminent in any manual work. 
88, Ic, 5c, n. one who knows how to cook. 
" CX)"[, Ic, 3c, w. a physician. 

oooS, Ic, 3o, V. to be able, skilled in the use of language. 
(BS, Ic, 3c, t>. to be versed in literature; to have extensive 

learning. 
cOitocw^co', Ic, 3c, Ic, 4o, v. the same. 
O^S, Ic, lo, V. to be very skilled in anything; to be very 

skilled in singing; n. a skilled singer. 
8(S, Ic, 2c, n. one who shampoos the body or limbs to remove 

pain or unrest. 
B^, Ic, V. used with ooS, 2c, as, oc^5^jd9S. 2c, Ic, Ic, to be 

on good terms, 
co^, 2c, n. *sS, 2o, a pit or mine in the ground. 
"6, 2c, 4c, n. a gold mine. 
'>2, 2c, 4c, n. a silver mine. 
c8S, 2c, 2c, n. a diamond mine. 
c^'3^, 2c, 4c, n. a lead mine. 
oSS, 2c, lo, n. a mine of precious stones. 
ooS, 2c, 4c, n. a copper mine. 
9C, 2c, 5c, n. a well. 
-acS-^S, 2c, 5c, Im, n. a petroleum well. 
0^898, 2c, 2o, Ic, n. a stone pit, quarry. 
c6.S, 2c, 4m, n. an iron mine. 
cQS(^S, 2c, 4m, 2o, n. a tin mine. 



608 Ctt'j'oD'^j?^^^ 

CwT, 2c, n. (cw5 B.) a certain influence or power, which resem- 
bles mesmerism in its phenomena. 

Q<i^, 2c, n, *c5, 2o, (ccoS B.) pure silver, also co^, 2c. 

Cw^wjS, 2c, 4c, r. to be very abundant, numerous, that is, to 
be the mine or source. 

Cf*, 3c, n. *<:S, 8o, a pot, chatty. 

jO^SSS, 8c, 8o, 4m, n. a superior kind of flat-bottomed chatty 
made for cooking purposes. 

"o8, 8c, lo, n. a broad, shallow, metallic pot. 
"o8, 3c, 8c, n. a pot for cooking rice. 

"S/giS, 8c, 8c, 4c, n. a superior kind of chatty made for 

cooking purposes, 
C"o^^8, 3c, 4c, 2c, n. a chatty with a small neck. 
c8cp/3^8, 3c, 4m, 4c, n (epSscfij B.j a large water jar. 

cc8, 3c, lo, n. a glazed pot or jar. 

oo]^, 3c, 2c, n. a pot used in the festival of the new year. 
qgS, 8c, 4c, n. a copper chatty. 

-jc, 3c, 5c, n. a water jar. 

'>cco8[S'[8, 3c, 5c, 3c, 4c, n. an um in which flowers and other 

religious offerings are placed. 
- -scooj, 8c, 5c, 2c, n. vide 9co|, 8c, 2c. 
^>co5, 3c, 5c, 2o, n. vide ctt^-accoS^lg, 3c, 5c, 3c, 4c. 
^', 3c, 5c, 8c, n. a tea kettle. 

'>Cia^>S, 8c, 5c, 2c, n. a pot or kettle for heating water. 

- '>v6, 8c, 3c, n. the lower pot which contains the water used 

in cooking by steam. 
cjoS, 8c, 4c, n. a curry chatty or saucepan. 
- Sep, 3c, lo, n. a somewhat shallow dish, used for cooking. 

00"!, 3c, 8c, n. the bowl of a pipe. 

- oD|/3^od8, 8c, 3c, 4c, 4o, n, a long-stemmed pipe. 

(X)"|.go, 3c, 8c, 5c, n. a crooked pipe. 
'>o"lgS, 3c, 8c, 5c, n. the same. 

oo|opcp, 3c, 3c, 4c, n, a pipe with an earthen bowl. 

cX)]'8o5, 3c, 3c, 5c, 8o, n. a pipe whose bowl is made of ebony. 
- ODlc1, 3c, 3c, Ic, n. a bowl for medicine. 

oo'[.o^^'>S, 3c, 3c, 2c, 4c, n. a pipe covered with silver. 



^S 509 

9c85, 3c, 4m, n. an iron pot. 

cS-jS, 3c, Ic, n. an earthen pot. 

cm8'c, 3c, 2c, 5c, n. a large pot or jar. 

4 3c, 3c, n. a pot or jar used for dyeing purposes. 

JsSS, 3c, 2o, n. a vessel or pot with bulging sides. 

J39C0S, 3c, Ic, lo, n. the same as C^cc8, 3c, lo. 

.ogcoS, 3c, Ic, lo, n. the same. 

6^, 3c, V. to be fine, small, used adverbially; vide 8c^c^, 
3c, 3c, 3c, 3c. 

Ctf^, 4c, V. *eS, 4o, to sound, produce sound, make a confused 
noise; to creak, as a cart wheel. 

soS, 4c, 3c; o**^, 4c, 4c; qS, 4c, 4o,; 5^*^* ^c, 3o; 

iSQ-jS, 4c, lo, V. the same. 

cw*?, 4c, n. a couplet for (^8, 4c, as, /><^8j3C^, 5c, 4c, 5c, 4c, to 
traffic in bullocks. 

cw^cj^, 4c, 5c, n. (cwdoO P.) darkness, folly, ignorance. 

^J3c8, 4c, 5c, 5c, 5c, n, ( oc8 P.j one of the four infidelities, 
that one caused by ignorance. 

c^, 5c, n. a round rim, &s the rim of a hat made of bamboo 
sheaths, 

2, 4c, V. *5, 4c, to be damp, moist, to be nearly dry. 

,S, 4c, 4c, V. the same. 

SS, 5c, n. *vS, 5c, a tattooed spot; in composition, with oc, 5c, 
ink, as, 9cS,S, 5c, 5c. 

(JBcS, 5c, 4m, V. to have a sore caused by the use of bad ink 
in tattooing. 

S,S, 2o, V. to be scattered, dissipated. 

3^,888, 2o, 3c, 2o, lo; ^8, 2o, lo, v. the sam. 

-8,8, 3o, . *5, 3o, ( SoS B. ) a measure of the breadth of the 
fist with the thumb erected. 

S5, 3o, V. *S, 3o, (80S B.) to be dark-minded, ignorant, fool- 
ish, wicked. 

y', 3o, 5o, V. to be very evil, wicked. 

88, Ic, V. (8S B.) to be lost in thought, to be stupid from ab- 
sence of thought; to have the mind diverted and fixed in- 
tently on an irrelevant subject. 



510 ^8c8o5 

SSc8, Ic, Ic, V. to be lost in sad thought, to be in a depressed, 
absent frame of mind. 

S"*^, Ic, 2o, V, the same as S, Ic. 

2s, 5c, V. *, 5c, to wish to enjoy, have an appetite for, to 
desire greatly, showing itself in continual effort; adv. con- 
tinually, without interruption. 

8, 5c, 2o, V. the same a* Ist def. 

SS, lo, n, *S, ]o, a dam. 

S8, 2o, V. *S, 2o, to be lost in thought as from fear or aston- 
ishment, vide SS, Ic. 

S5, 3o, n. *S, 3o, a shallow earthen or iron vessel without a 
broad brim, aLso 8S, 3o. 

"O^, 3o, lo, n. a shallow pan made of a compound of zinc 
and iron. 

"98, 3o, 3c, n. a frying pan. 

<BS, 3o, 5c, n. deep cupel. 

01$, 3o, 2o, n. a flat cupel. 

28, 4o, n. *, 4o, a country. 

^8, 4o, lo, n. the middle country, i. e, the earth, as distin- 
guished from the hells and nat countries. 

J^oS, 4)0, 3c, n. Mogok, a small Shan principality south of 
Mongmit. 

c^dSwoSco, 4o, 4c, 4c, 3o, lo, n. a principality south of and 

formerly a part of Hsinwi. 

i^S, 4o, Ic, n. a small Shan principality north of Laihka. 

-^Sw, 4o, Ic, 5c, n. a Shan principality in southwestern China. 

igS, 4o, 2c, n. Bankok. 

c, 4o, 2o, n. China. 

"^8, 4o, 4o, n. a Shan principality in southwestern China. 

'g'^^j 4o, Ic, n. a Shan principality in southwestern China. 

co'>Soo'[, 4o, 4o, 3c, 71. a Shan principality in southwestern 
China. 

cx)(p|c8, 4o, 5c, Ic, 4o, n. the morning twilight. 

- oojD|8, 4o, lo, 4c, fi. Samka. a Shan principality north of 
Mongpai. 

COOO, 4o, 2c, n. Mongsit, a Shan principality west of Mongnai. 



^S(^ 611 

^SoOG^S, 4o, 6c, 2c, n. Hsahtang, a principality south of 
Wanyin. 

- ooS) 4o, lo, H. an abode of brahmas, the superior celestial 
regions, of which there are twenty stories, sixteen material 
and four immaterial. 

oa^, 4o, Ic, n. a Shan priacipality in southwestern Chma. 

o8c^8, 4o, 3m, Ic, . Hsinwi, 

:BB6, 4o, 3c, 2c, . Hsikip, a srraall fwrincipality on the south- 
western borders of Shanland. 

c8co|, 4o, 2c, 5c, n. Hsipaw. 

cg5, 4o, 2c, n. Mongsawk, Fort Stedmaa, m Yawnghwe. 
ODOO', 4o, Ic, 2o, n. Hsumhsai, 'Hionze, south of Hsipaw. 
c86, 4o, Ic, n. a Shan principality west of the Salwen near 

the borders of Yunan. 

- c8, 4o, 4c, n. a Shan principality in southwestern ChiBa. 

cc^S, 4o, Ic, n. Mongtung, a small Shan principality south of 
Hsipaw. 

9C'6, 4o, 5c, 4c, n. Namkham, a Shan principality adjacent to 

the Chinese frontier, tributary to Burma. 

oc^B, 4o, 5c, 5o, n. Namkhok, a small Shan principality south- 
east of Yawnghwe. 

cSSco', 4o, 5c, 4o, Ic, n. a name for Shanland, given with 
reference to the physical conformation of the country. 

oSSooS, 4o, 3c, 2o, n. nigban. 

ac', 4o, 4o, n. Mongnai, a large Shan principality. 

^S, 4o, Ic, . Angleyua, a district in the southern part of 

Yawnghwe. 

9SoScp8, 4o, Ic, 3m, Ic, n. Mbngnawng Hsinwi, a principality 

east of ^S.^S, 4o, Ic, now usually called 2Soc8, 4o, Ic. 

o^SodS, 4o, Ic, 4o, n. a Shan principality in China. 

^gSgc^S, 4o, Ic, Ic, n. Nawugwawn, a small Shan principality 

south of Namkhok. 
8S, 4o, 4m, n. Mbngping, a small Shan principality west of 

the Salwen, near Laihka; also a district in Kengtung. 
SSjsco-J*, 4o, 4o, 5c, 4c, n. (co8cod8 B.) Bengal. 
(^, 4o, 5c, n. a Shan principality e&st of the Salwen. 



512 ^HH^ 

S8o', 4o, 4fO, n. Mongpai, the southwestern principality of 

Shanland. 

o-^S, 4o, 8c, n. a Shan principality southeast of Mongnai. 

W^> 4k>, Ic, . Mongpawn, a Shan principfthty west of Mongnai. 

- -<, 4ro, Ic, . the nat country, the abode of the nats. 

cSBc^-oS, 4k), Ic, 4o, 4o, n. the six celestial regions inhabited 

by the nats. 
woS, 4o, So, n. Burma. 
w^SdScS, 4o, So, 2m, w. Wtmjrin, a Shan principality south 

of Nawngwawn. 
S, 4o, 4o, n. Mongmow, a Shan principality in southwestern 

China. 
8o6, 4o, 3c, n. Mongmit, a Shan principality north of Ava. 
W-Sw', 4o, 2c, 2c, n. Mawkmai, a Shan principality south of 

Mongnai. 
00 , 4o, 4o, w. a Shan principality in southwestern China. 
008c88, 4o, 4o, lo, n. Karenni. 

OO'iS, 4o, 4o, n. the Laos country. 

o5, 4o, 4c, n. Mbngyom. 
oo^, 4o, Ic, n. Mongyai. 
coSqcS, 4o, 3c, 2o, n. Yawnghwe, a principality in the western 

part of Shanland. 

uoS, 4o, 4c, n. a Shan principality in southwestern China. 

C|5S, 4o, 5c, 2o, n. (c[^S B.) Arracan. 

C0 18, 4o, 4c, n. a Shan principality in southwestern China. 

c88, 4o, 4o, V. to dawn; n. the dawn. 

co8, 4o, lo, n, Mbngldng, a Shan principality north of Hsipaw. 

co'*!, 4o, 4o, 3c, n. Laihka, a Shan principality north of 

Mongnai . 
oo^co^, 4o, 5c, 2c, n. Lawksawk, a Shan principality beyond 

the mountains east of Mandalay. 

cS, 4o, 4o, n. a Shan principality east of the Salwen. 

o, 4o, 5c, n. the country of the Wahs bordering on China. 

0'>S, 4o, 4c, n. a Shan principality in southwestern China. 

2 nS, 4o, Ic, 4o, n. Hopdng, a Shan principality west of 

Mongpawn. 



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SSj'-coS, 4o, 4o, lo, n. Hailong, a very small Shan principality 
south of Hopong. 

8^, 4o, 4c, n. a Shan principality in southwestern China. 

/wi O, 4o, 2c, 5c, n. Ava, the old western capital of Burma, 
used generally for the royal city. 

So5, 3c, V. *o5, 3c, to be acquainted with, familiar with. 

.SS, 3c, 4c, V. the same. 

c6c8, 3c, Im, 5m, v. to be acquainted from childhood. 

So5, 4c, t;. *o6, 4c, to be diffused, to cause to pervade; to cause 
an odor to be infused into any substance; to smoke any- 
thing, as a bees' nest; to cause to smoke, as in driving 
away insects from cattle, 8o5, 4c. 

88, 4c, lo, V. the same. 

8o5, 5c, V. *OoS, 5c, to be indistinctly visible, to be dusk, also 
4c. 

SoS, 2o, V. to be of several colors, variegated. 

8o5, 2o, V. *o5, 2o, to put something enriching into curry, as 
meat or fish. 

S-aS, Ic, V. to be swollen a little, as sore lips. 

ootS, Ic, 4o, V. to pout, stick out the lips. 

C3o6^'>o.S, Ic, 4o, Ic, 2o, V. the same. 

S'sS, 2c, n. *'S, 2c, ten thousand. 

S-jS, 3c, v. *'>S, 3c, to be smooth, slippery. 

8^, 4c, V. *^, 4c, to open the eyes. 

001, 4c, Ic, V. the same. 

898, 4c, V. to be long (in time), 8S, Ic. 

S-jS, 5c, n. past time, former time, SoS'jc, 3o, 5c. 

S^S, 5c, V. to roll up the eyes. 

oo|c8ooi, 5c, Ic, 2o, Ic, V. the same. 

S-sS, lo, V. *, lo, to be like, similar, the same; (K.) 4o. 

oc8, lo, 2c, V. the same. 

y, lo, 3o, V. to have the appearance of. 

fii^S, lo, V. to be drawn one side, distorted. 

S-aS, 2o, V. *S, 2o, to have the mind diverted from a proper 
object and fixed on some irrelevant subject; to be stupid 
from absence of thought. 
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S9S8S, 2o, Ic, V. the same. 

8^8, 2o, also 2c, V. to lament, find fault with, used with oS, 5c. 

88, Sc, n. *|, 3c, the product of the cotton tree; tinder, 88988, 

3c, 5c. 
88, 4c, n. *[, 4c, the hand; the tendril of a vine or creeper; 

vide ^8jd8, 4c, 5o; (K.) 6. 
jD-jS, 4c, 5o, v. to have the skin around the finger nails peel 

in small strips. 

/s-aSooio, 4c, 5o, Ic, Ic, v. the same, 

^38, 4c, 5o, n. the walking beam, or in case of hand work, 

the pole which connects the overhead beam with the stones 

in a mill; a crank. 

5S, 4c, 2c, n. a supernumerary little finger or thumb. 

jy^sS, 4c, 4o, Ic, n, the handle of a reel. 

lO', 4c, 3c, V. to have one hand larger than the other. 

A, 4c, 4o, n. rough hands. 

o5, 4c, 4c, V. to have a sprained hand. 

"88, 4c, lo, n. strong hands, 

"o5, 4c, 4c, n. the hand curved into a cup-like shape. 
"S"*^^!* ^c, Ic, Ic, n. the right hand; the right side. 
"g^OD^, 4c, Ic, 5o, n. the left hand; the left side. 

COT J, 4c, 4c, V. to have the hands rough; to be light-fingered, 

088, 4c, 3c, V. to be true in aim, as a good marksman; n, a 

stiffened arm. 
00*, 4c, lo, w. to be palsied in the arm, not to have power 

over the arm. 
88SSy', 4c, 3c, 4c, lo, adv. with the back and palm of iije 

hand turning up and down alternately. 

C(SS8oo8, 4c, 3o, 4o, Ic, adv. with the hands behind the back. 

cJoBoB, 4c, 4c, 5c, n. the tendrils of a pumpkin vine. 

8cS, 4c, 80, V. to be true in aim, as a good marksman. 

c8, 4c, Ic, V. the same. 

09, 4c, 6c, V. to lose the use of the hand; to lose the skill of 

the hand from disuse. 
C0^8, 4c, 4o, V. to be always touching some object; to be 

light-fingered, to pilfer. 



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Sooo', 4<c, lo, V. to be empty handed. 

cSfS, 4c, 2c, V. to have the skin around the finger nails peel 

in small strips, vide 28/5-3^, 4c, 5o. 
O^COcS^, 4c, 5c, 4c, 5c, V. to swim by throwing the hands 

over and forward. 

y*, 4c, 5o, V. to be light-fingered, to pilfer. 
a^oS, 4c, So, V. to lack strength in the hands. 

^O, 6c, n. a day; not used alone, as, TjQoyjoaS, 3c, 5c, 3c, 4c, 

daily. 
^, 5c, V. *, 5c, to cook. 
^8, lo, V. *|, Ic, to be diffused or scattered in different places; 

to be tangled, confused, jumbled together. 

. lo, 2o; 8^8tt|, lo, 3c, lo, Ic; ^.S, lo, 2o, v. the 

same. 

^8, 2o, V. *1, 2c, to be sickened or poisoned by eating some- 
thing improper; to be disgusted with anything, also 88, 
2o; (K.) 4o, as, ^8/^88, 4o, 5o, 5o, (K. and C. S.) to 
be cloyed with food, vide ^5, 5o. 

f6, 2o, 4m, r>. to be poisoned by eating mushrooms. 

^8, So, n. *|, 3c, time. 

/j', 3o, 3c, adv. just now. 

co^co, 3o, 2c, 5c, adv. at the beginning. 

c.o^co^8^, 3o, 2c, 5c, Ic, 4c, adv. the same. 

g^, 3o, 2c, n. past time; adv. formerly, of old time. 

g'>^^8Bc^, 3o, 2c, 3o, 2o; .g-jSjag^^*, 3o, 2c, Ic, 5c, 
adv. the same, 

C\, 3o, 3c, (6) adv. (C. S.andK.) yesterday. 

CO, 8o. 6c, . the beginning, ^Scow^S, 3o, 5c, 4c, at the 
beginning. 

CO-aS, 3o, 4c, adv. day before yesterday. 

ac^cococ, 8o, Ic, 5c, adv. formerly. 

9C9C, 8o, 5c, adv. then, at that time. 

C], 8o, 3c, n. future time, futurity; adv. hereafter. 

^c^OOTC^'jS, So, Sc, 2c, 4c, adv. the same. 

oc', So, 5c, adv. to-day. 

^6, So, Sc, adv. two days after to-morrow. 



516 gS-o 

8888, So, 4c, n the beginning; adv. So85^, 3o,4c, 4c, at the 
beginning; formerly. 

6dB, 3o, 3c, adv. to-morrow. 

- S-^^, Bo. 5c, n. past time; adv. formerly. 
S'>Sc^'>Scb'5^. ^o, 5c, 5c, 4c, adv. the same. 
c8o, 3o, Im, adv. now 

x>', 3o, 5c, adv. (C. S.) to-day. 

cSS, 3o, 3c, adv. (C. S. and K. j two days after to-morrow. 
CO, 3o, Ic, adv. when? 

ooSyag-^S, 3o, 4c, Ic, adv. the other day. 
OlS. 3o, 4c. adv. yesterday. 

' 5i^?^ ^^' ^^' '^^ ^' *^^ beginning; adv. 88cl8^S^, 3o, Ic, 

4c, 4c, at the beginning, formerly. 
88, 3o, 4c, adv. day after to-morrow. 
/ag^SooS, 3o, Ic, 4o, adv. formerly, 
28, 4o, V. *], 4c, to return; to go, with oj, 2c, as, ^l98cS, 2c, 

4o, Ic, where are you going? 
'^e\, 4o, 3c, adv. hereafter, vide S8oc[, So, 3c; aho used of a 

forward movement. 
g.S, 2c, v. *2B, So, to flower, blossom; n. a flower, a blossom; 

a cloud not fraught with rain. 
/>'>Sg^, 2c, 3o, 5c, n. any crooked, bell-shaped flower; the 

tuberose. 
- /50, 2c, lo, n. flowers of the a^ati tree. 
jd8, 2c, 4o, n. the common balsam. 
jDC/s'j', 2c, 5c, 2c, n. the Mesua pedunrulata. 
JD, 2c, 3c, n. light clouds, as seen in the hot season; fog. 
-pco', 2c, 3c, Ic, n. a cloud in the valleys and ravines of a 

mountain. 

jg', 2c, Ic, n. the flower of the wild yam, very fragrant. 

c^?, 2c, 3c, n. the fragrant white flowers of a certain 

tree. 

coSooi, 2c. So. 2c, n. a species of land lily. 

'sSco.S, 2c, 3c, 2o, n. the common jasmine. 

"S, 2c. 4c, n. a yellow flowering orchid, of which there are the 

following varieties: .S-ocSS, 2c, 4c, lo; giD*c^^, 2c, 4c, 



gJ5co6c 617 

2o; g^-o^cpO^S, 2c, 4c, 3o, 4o; giD"0"S|, 2c, i>c, 3c, Ic; 

gS-oooicS, 2c, 4c, Ic, Ic. 
g^"/)', 2c, 4c, 2c, n. a species of orchid. 
"OcS, 2c, 4c, 2o, n. a species of orchid. 

"2o', 2c, 4c, 3c, n. a species of orchid. 

"o^jpS, 2c, Ic, 4o, n. the gloriosa sujjerba. 
"SoScon, 2c, 3o,4c, n. a species of mimusops. 

"05, 2c, 3c, 5c, n. the clouds seen in the dry season. 

Scip'^S, 2c, 3c, lo, n. the same. 

"SJ^S, 2c, 3c, 3c, n. a kind of yellow flower. 

^tf^, 2c, 3c, Ic, n. vide g^"6"Syi , 2c, 4c, 3c, Ic, 
- ^'g<S, 2c, 2c, 3c, n. a kind of flower, also called in book 
language c6/)'"S>'g^, lo, 2c, 2c, 3c. 

^'g-jS, 2c, 2c, 2c, n. a kind of flower. 

cjicoS, 2c, 4c, 5o, n. a climbing honeysuckle. 

citcoS", 2c, 4c, 5o, 4c, n. the yellow variety of honeysuckle. 

c'[8co8'>S, 2c, 4c, 5o, 4c, n. the white variety of honeysuckle. 
cocotJ, 2c,5c,3o, n. the flower of the periwinkle tree. 

coc85, 2c, 5c, 4o, n. the flower of the gendarussa vulgaris. 
' oo8"6oo;3Qco', 2c,3o, 4c, 5c, 2c, 3c, n. the globba, also g-S^^8 
j^cp, 2c, 4o, 3o. 

ooScoo9, 2c, 5o, 2c, n. the ranna, Indian shot. 
cojo^s, 2c, lo, 4c, n. the champac. 

- c6"0. 2c, lo, 4c, n. the yellow flowering champac. 

o6cS.S, 2c, lo, 2o, n. the white flowering champac. 

CO-'^I* 2c, 2c, 2c, n. the passion flower. 

ccSooOj, 2c, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. the cape jasmine. 

ODSt?], 2c, lo, 3c, n. the flower of a kind of creeper. 

OdSjdoS, 2c, 2o, 4o, n. the marigold. 

ooc^cS, 2c, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. ( cog[S B. ) the white fragrant flower 

of the calo!)hyllum longi/ulium. 
~~ OO's^S, 2c, lo, Ic, n. clematis. 
200S, 2c, 5c, n. the dahlia. 
- oo'<^') 2c, 3c, 3o, 7?. prince's feather. 

ooSc, 2c, 2o, Ic, n. a twig of a tree, or a flower used as an 

offering to nats. 



S18 gSc8(95^8 

aSoooS, 2c, 3c, n. the white leprosy. 

op'jS, 2c, 3o, /. a paper flower for an offering. 

Opw', 2c, 2c, Ic, . the globe amaranth, ^om hrena fflobusa. 
coSoooj, 2c, 2c, 5c, 2c, . vide g^ccSooo-^, 2c, 2c, 5c, 2c. 
-acSoS, 2c, 4o, 2c, n. (aSgaS B.) a rose. 
- ^c8'>cS, 2c, 4o, 3c, n. the flower of a creeper. 

'>c5o'S, 2c, 4o, 4o, n. (aSjoS B.) the tuberose. 

-acoS, 2c, lo, Ic, n, the flower of a thorny shrub. 

-^9-'[gSoo'[, 2c, 3c, 2c, Ic, n. a prepossessing appearance, used 

with 8, ic. 

-aSS, 2c, 5c, n. the flower of the red cotton tree. 

-^coSoS, 2c, 2o, 4o, n. a thread-like flower resembling a tuft or 

tassel. 

-jcvS-o, 2c, 4o, 4c, n. the acacia flower. 

oSoo', 2c, 2c, 5o, n. the yellow, bell-shaped, fragrant flowcv 

of a shrub which blooms every month in the year. 
oSc^-jS, 2c, 4o, 4o, n. the sun flower. 

O'^SccS, 2c, 4o, 4c, n. a fragrant orchid, used for ornament. 

85, 2c, 2o, n. the bright green developing end of a pine 

twig. 
Sog, 2c, 4c, 3c, n. the flower of the padauk tree. 
(Sd, 2c, 5c, n, light clouds in the dry season. 
cb|8, 2c, 4c, n. the leaves of a shrub used for medicine and 

ornament. 
o5^8, 2c, 2o, lo, n. a brinjall bud; an amethyst. 

uS^-sS, 2c, 2o, Ic, n. coral in a cluster. 

o>Sc5, 2c, 4o, lo, n. the tiger lily, sometimes Se5, 4o, lo. 

^6, 2c, Ic, n. the water lily. 

^^cS, 2c, 4c, 4c, n. a kind of flower. 

ccSccK, 2c, 3o, 5o, n. the four o'clock. 
Kj*, 2c, 2c, n. the shoe flower, hibis us. 
fi*r>^, 2c, 5c, 4o, n. pride of India. 

ooS1, 2c, 4o, 2c, n. a fragrant white flower. 

OD1, 2c, 3c, n. a name applied to various flowers. 

CO(5(j8, 2c, 3m, Ic, n. an honorary chaplet, bays, a string of 

flowers arouad the head. 



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g^ccScpS, 2c, 4c, 4o, n. ^ccos^dSs B.) cloves. 
oqSc&sS, 2c, 4c, 4*0, n. the sun flower. 

(^8, 2c, Ic, n. ticfe g'S<^8, 2c, Ic, the water lily. 
oSco', 2c, Ic, Ic, n. a daisy. 

o'c^S, 2c, 2o, 4c, n. a sun flower. 

o'c^C, 2c, 4o, 4c, n. the four o'clock. 

ySw^, 2c, lo, Ic, n. a kind of orchid. 

^88'>S, 2c. 4m, 4c, n. the flower of the arum. 

<^8, 2c, Ic, n. a hat, also B^S, 2o, Ic. 
qScocS, 2c, Ic, Im, n. a woolen hat. 

(p^8c8.S, 2c, Ic, 4m, n. a helmet. 

^8i^cp, 2c, 4o, 3o, n. the g-lobba, aUo gi5coS'oopya'50o', 2c, 
3o, 4c, 5c, 2c, 3c. 

(j^of-js*, 2c, Ic, 2c, n. the cockscomb. 

noo, 2c, lo, w. a flower which springs up after hot weather, 

used for eating. 
-/aQSoBo, 2c, lo, 2o, n. a white and yellow flower which comes 
from the ground without stem or leaves, edible. 

/3QCoS, 2c, 2c, 3c, n, a kind of lichen. 

y?3|OOoc8, 2c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. ( 33DCOOo<fi P. ) the passion 

flower, passiflora. 

.85c6, 2c, Im, 4c, n. the safllower. 

J3^8, 2c, 3o, n. a species of spirical costos. 

g^, 2c, V. *8^, 2o, to announce, speak, say, also oB, 2c. 

QOCn, 2c, 3o, V. the same. 

g^, 3c, V. *8^, 3o, (qqocS B.) to be rounded, prominent, elevated 

in the centre, C)oo5, 2o. 
g^jDCO^S, 3c, 5c, 2o, n. ( cwD^cod^ P. ) the left hand chief 

disciple of Buddha, 
g^, 4c, n. (K. andC.S.) a tube closed at one end, vide <^B, 2o. 
gS, Ic, V. *8, lo, to be old, dull, faded, as a garment; to be 

in a neglected condition, as a house deserted by most of 

its people; to be still, quiet, silent; (K.) 4c. 
- cgg8w^, Ic, Ic, Ic, 4c, V. to be lonesome, lonely. 
g6, ic, V. (^C. S.) to make a hole into or through, vide <jS, 2o. 
g6, Ic, V. *o, lo, to cause to sour, a:* mustard leaves for eating. 



520 gS 

0800, Ic, 3o, n. an artificial pickle, or acid preparation. 
ttS.^O^j Ic, So, n. the sound of obstructed breathing, asthma; 

the purring of a cat. 
gS, 2c, n. *86, 2g, the hole or opening of anything. 
ooS, 2c, 4o, n. the head of a road. 

o, 2c, 5c, n. the mouth of a river or body of water. 

(ii, 2c, Ic, n. the hole of the ear. 

^ 3c, w. the hole in the blade of a thing, for the insertion of 

the handle, as a hoe, spade or spear, vide oS Sc. 

, 3c, 5c, n. (K.) a stirrup, vide cSoSoooS, lo, Ic. 

gS, 4c, n. *8, 4k), (cwoSg B.^ a gong, a plate of metal beaten 

to produce sound. 
"O, 4c, 4c, n. a golden gong. 
' 086, 4c, 4o, n. a set of gongs. 
gS, 4c, 71. *8S, 4o, ^coSg B.) that which has a point or spring 

or elastic holder, as the blade of a tool in the handle; a 

lever, as the lever of a rice-cleaning machine. 

J^<^, 4c, 4o, n. ( egg B.) a ring for the finger. 

,08, 4c, 3c, n. the hammer of a gun. 

'oS, 4c, 5o, n. the lever of a rice-cleaning machine. 

CO1S, 4c, 3o, n. the lever of a machine. 

^, 4c, 5c, n. a troogh turning on a pivot and used to raise 

water. 
00', 4c, lo, n. the same; a strong log or beam used for 

strengthening a dam by being bound across upright stakes 

driven into the river bed. 

8o5, 4c, 3c, n. the spring of a clasp knife. 

gS, 4c, V. *8S, 4o, to look forward, expect, anticipate something 

yet to come, to hope for. 

9^> 4c, 4o, V. to look for, expect. 

co|, 4c, 3c; S, 4c, 5c, v. the same. 

g6cS, 4c, 3c, n. (K.) the sound of obstructed breathing; asthma; 

the purring of a cat, mde gSco^, Ic, 3c. 
gS, 4c, V. (K.j to make a hole into or through, vide S, 2o. 
gS, 5c, V. *36, 5o, to be bent or curved in a nearly semicircular 

manner, as a horn or the new moon. 



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^ 521 



c>oScS, 5c, 3c, 3c, V. the same. 

goS, ^Cf n. the bit of cord prepared for a gun fuze. 

oS, 2c, V. *8oS, 2o, to be blind; to stop, to put a stop to, as 

fire, to extinguish; to go out, come to an end, as a light, 

fire or life, ah-o oo5, 2c. 
o5, 3c, n. *8o5, 3o, an insect which bores holes in bamboo; 

the auger beetle. 
goS, 4c, V. vide ooS, 4c. 
go58o5, 5c, 5o, V. to bother, give unceasing trouble by hanging 

around, 
g^^c, Ic, n. *85C, lo, a plant of the arum tribe, rolo'-asia aiiti- 

quonim; also Q^, Ic. 
g'^, Ic, V. (K.) to be restless, meddlesome, rude, as children, vide 

o^'sS, 4o. 
g^S, Ic, V. *8>S, lo, to be faded and old as a person, used 

only with oS, 2c, as, jo-sSiDScSg^S, 4o, 2c, 3c, Ic, to be 

old acquaintances. 
g'jS, Ic, V. *8'S, lo, to prop up by a short prop; to bribe; n. 

a prop, pillow. 
8>S, Ic, 4c, V. to pay a bribe, to bribe. 
ooS, Ic, 2c, n. a cushion used to sit on. 

ooS, Ic, 2o, n. pads used under the loads of pack animals. 

go', Ic, Ic, 7i. the standard which supports the beam of a plough. 

5j8, Ic, Ic, n. a pillow. 

<p^8'g^o6', Ic, Ic, 5c, 5c, n. a folding pillow. 

J28S, Ic, Ic, n. a cushion to lean upon. 

g^ScSS, Ic. 4o, V. (K. and C. S.) to be light, unsteady in behavior, 

vide co;|i, 5c, 5c. 
goS, 2c, n. *8^, 2o, an ancestor of the fourth generation ; (K.J4c. 
g'S, 2c, V. *8>S, 2o, to thrust through, put through with the idea 

of making a hole through. 
g^Sc8 S, 2c, 2m, n. a cancerous sore. 
g-^S, 4c, n. *8'>8, 4o, the mulberry tree, mortis indira, 
gaS, 4c, n. *8S, 4o, the heai-t of anything, the best part; the 

yolk of an egg; used in connection with princes it denotes 

excellence of position, (b.j. 

re 



522 gS 

g'sS'^cS, 4c, 4o, n. an appellation for a very excellent woman, (h.), 
w-S^-jS, 4c, 2o, Ic, n. the pulpy substance into which the milk 

of a cocoanut is converted. 
gS, 5c, n. a servant, slave, used only with "I, Sc, as, S-^S^iS^S 

g-aS, Ira, 3c, Im, 5c, to be a servant, oLso 2c, and 3c. 
goS8cp, 5c, 5o, V. to be averse to doing, to hang back; to pilfer. 
g6', 2c, V. *Q'S, 2o, to lie flat, as old thatch on the roof of a 

house; to fall down, as anything faded, wilted, or bruised; 

to subside, as a swelling. 
98, 2c, 2m, V. the same. 
06", 2c, V. *8<S', 2o, to bow low, crouch low, as in the presence 

of a superior, vide v^tS, 2o. 
g(S, 2c, V. to kill, (b.). 
x>\, 2c, 3c, V. the same. 
g J, 3c, V. *dS, 3o, to gather the waist cloth up around the loins 

closely or to tuck up the trousers about the waist for work . 
c88, 3c, 2m, V. the same, vide ^cSBiS*, lo, 4o. 
6*, 4c, V. *86', 4o, to hem. 
Sw^S, 4c, 4c, 4c, V. the same. 
i^QcSy^, 4c, Im, 4c, v. to fell a seam. 
gi9, 4c, V. *2S, 4o, to kill, execute secretly. 
3o5, 4c, So, V. the same. 

ScS*, 4c, 4o, adv. secretly. 

g', Ic, n. *', Ic, the short hair about parts of the body, as 

in the armpits; the beard, 
o'co'. 2c, 3c, V. to have a pleasant oj)en face, also used with ^, 

3c, and oa, 5c, to be lovely. 

-y'oo'', 2c, 3c,2o, 3o, v. the same. 

g', 3c, V. *', 3c, to be nearly shut, as the eyes when very 

sleepy; to be drowsy; (C. S.) to be tired with labor. 
', 4c, v. to be indistinct, as blurred writing, also g', 4c. 
o^g', 4c, 4c, adv. indistinctly, as if blurred or run together, Jp-^S, 

Ic, also g'g', 4k;, 4c. 

c5c<S, 4c, 4c, 4o, 4o, adv. the sam^. 

, Ic, n. tlie private parts of a female child. 

S, Ic, lo, V. to gain by mean arts, by intrusion, or hanging on. 



528 

, 3c, V. *$ 3o, to conceal, hide one's self, hang the head in 

shame, 
o, 3c, n. used with 03, 5c, as, 00, 5c, 3c. 
O, 5c, V. *S, 5o, to bind or press down the edge of anything in 

order to secure it; to bind around the edge, as a basket; 

to be shrunken, drawn under, as the chin of an old person, 

og, 4o, 5c. 
^, 5c, n. *8, 5c, (G B.) an emerald. 
0.8ccS, 3o, 5o, n. (^oSo^^ B.) jugglery. 
^8, 5o, V. (K.) to be in bad condition, shrivelled, as fruit. 
^[8, 4c, n. (33^8 B.) a race; a kind, sort. 
(gpco]!, 5c, 4c, n. a myosa. 

<g|^8c^'^S, 5c, 2c, n. ((0^ B.) the governor of a city or province, 
^|^8j3^5, 5c, 5c, n. (^0^6* B.) the chief of a city. 
QoS, 3o, V. ((:>5 B.) to exceed, make profit; to be excellent. 

c8, 3o, Ic, V. the same. 

g, Ic, n. *, Ic, silver with only a slight alloy. 

g, Ic, n. *8, Ic, a leaf, the general word for leaf, vide oo8, lc 

- JBS, Ic, 4o, n. tender tamarind leaves used as a condiment. 

cdS, Ic, 4c, V. to be small-leaved. 

op', Ic, 2c, V. to be sharp-leaved, lanceolate. 

gS, Ic, Ic, n. a leaf. 

CO, Ic, 2c, V. to have fine leaves, be pinnate. 

3^, Ic, 2o, n the needle or leaf of the pine. 

- 9,1c, 5c, n. the betel leaf. 

S, Ic, 2c, n. the top of the onion plant. 
' 9'^^, Ic, 4o, V. to be round-leaved. 

cS8, Ic, 3o, n. a blade of grass. 

o5, Ic, 3o, n. the blade of a paddle or an oar. 

CO, Ic, lo, V. to be sharp-leaved. 
8, Ic, 4c, n. the leaf of a fan. 
-^g., Ic, Ic, n. the external ear. 
S, Ic, V. *o, Ic, to prosecute, sue. 
S, 2c, V. * 2c, to be new, not old. 

coSco^, 2c, 3o, 3o, V. to be brand new. 

, 3c, V. *8, 3c, to be silly, foolish, not full-witted. 



524) coo 

S, 4c, pr. thou. 

co8, 4c, 3c, pr. (C S.) thou, very respectful. 

S, 5m, V. *, 5o, to bind or press down the edge of anything 

in order to secure it, to bind around the edge, as a basket; 

to set a gem. 
S, 5o, V. *, 5o, to be shrunken, drawn under, as the chin of an 

aged person, jdS, 4o, 5o, 

OD 

The thirteenth letter of the Shan Alphabet and the first 
Consonant in the class of liquids. 

oo, 6c, n. net- work, as a fish-net or leice. 

OO, 5c, V. *c8, 5c, to destroy, ruin; to be partly decayed or de- 
stroyed; to rub out, cancel; to annoy, 

/xS, 5c, 5c, 5c, V. to break a promise. 

cxp, 5c, 5c, V. to break an engagement of marriage. 

cocx)0o8, 5c, 5c, 5c, 4c, v. the same. 

coc<a, 5c, 5c, 2c, v. to destroy the reputation, to put to shame. 

ooc<S'3C'[oo|, 5c, 5c, 2c, 3c, Ic, v. the same. 

OO'LOO^C'I, 5c, 2c, 5c, 2c, v. to exert one's self against a reli- 
gious system, 

o8oScO|, 5c, 3m, 2c, v. to break an engagement for business or 

other purposes. 

oo, 5c, Ic, V. to push out of place, as a man out of office. 

'^o, 5c, 5o, V, to cut up the flesh of slaughtered animals. 

8o5, 5c, 3o, V, to destroy utterly. 

O^S, 5c, 3c, V. to gather honey by smoking out or other violent 

methods. 

c8o5Bo5, 5c, 5c, 2o, 2c, . to be in a ruined condition. 

o^^, 5c, 5o, V. to annoy. 

- cpSoocSoS, 5c, 3o, 5c, lo, V. to destroy the form or symmetry 
of anything; to be incognito. 

CX50OO, 5c, 3c, n. an appellation for an old person, as, occooS, 2c, 
5c, 3c, -^c'cJDOoS, 4o, 5c, 3c. 

Oo, 4c, V. *o8^, 4c, to pinch, nip with the nails. 



od8odS 525 

coSw^S, 4c, 2o, V. to be dull, stupid, as, OD^'a^^jaoj'^^S, 4c, 

2o, 2c, 5c, 5o, slow to take a hint. 

oo', 4c, 4o, V, to claw, scratch with the nails. 

cooJ6, 4c, 4c, adt>. (K.andC. S. ) very, intensive used with 

088, Im, vide ^cS^^S, 2o, 2o. 
CoScyO'S^ 4c, 4c, adv. loudly, used with J^S, 5c. 
<X>S<:(x.\, 4c, 5c, n. a small kind of honey bee, also c<Sa5^iOO|, 

So, 4c, 5c. 
OoJB, 5c, t;. *c8.S, 5c, to dull the edge of an instrument by cut- 
ting improperly or on improper things; to chop. 

cSoc>8, 5c, 4c; co', 5c, 3c, v. the savie as last def. 

OoJB'O, 5c, 5c, n. a monster inhabiting the Myenmo mountain. 

"8, 5c, 5c, n. the same. 

ooJB, 2o, V. *c8^, 2c, to be hungry or thirsty; to feel uneasiness 

for want of food, as, oo^'a8js86'o', 2o, 3c, 4c, 5c. 
OoB, 3o, n. *(SS, 3c, a bundle of rice plants to be transplanted, 

oojD|, 3o, 3c, sometimes 2o, 
00.0, 3o, <y. *d8.S, 3c, to be hard, difficult; to be destitute, poor, 

unhappy. 
^*8, 3o, 4c, V. to be hard up for money, straitened in means. 
c8oo.^'^, 3o, Ic, 3o, 4c, V. to be much distressed in mind. 

oO'^ScSd'jSc^, 3o, 4o, lo, 2c, v. to be very destitute. 

cx)"SS, 5c, 2o, 71. (cj8S B.) Arracan, also a'QS, 5c, 2o. 

00 5, Ic, V. *o86, Ic, to hang up and stretch out, as clothes to 

dry. 
ySooScoS, Ic, 3o Ic, Ic, t;. to be clownish, to show off. 
00 S, 2c, V. *d8S, 2c, to thrust in or through; to try the depth 

of anything, ais water. 
COcp, 2c, 4o, V. the sam^. 

9C, 2c, 5c, V. to sound water. 

y, 2c, 3o, V. to send forth roots. 

OdS, 3c, n. *d8S, 3c, a line extended, a row of things. 

/5o5, 3c, 2o, n. a row of stalls in bazaar. 

"oo, Sc, 4c, n. a row of places for selling goods. 

00 8 00 S, 8c, 3c, adv. glitteringly, as light through a diamond, 

o^^ooSooS, 5c, 3c, 3c. 



626 oooSoooS 

OdS, 4c, v. part. *c8S, 4c, denoting present action; adv. yet, still, 

denoting continued action, dBo, 5c. 
Oo8, 4c, adv. the negative, not, OOiSaS, 4c, Im, coSc^, 4c, 3c. 
Oo, 5c, V. to rest, stop, tarry, wait. 
CX)6, lo, V. *d8S, Ic, to be sticky, adhesive; to be niggardly; n. 

gum or any sticky, adhesive substance; the milky juice of 

a tree like the jack, vide .o, 5c. 

co6*, lo, 4c, V. to adhere. 

oo, lo, Ic, V. to be sticky, adhesive. 

c86, lo, lo, n. vide occxjScSS, 5c, lo, lo. 

-sBS, lo, Im, V. to be sticky, niggardly. 

3^, lo, 2o, n. the pitch of the pine, turpentine. 

Oo8, 3o, V. *o8, 3c, to dry or broil on a frame, as fish or meat 

over the fire. 
OoS, 3o, V. *d8S, 3c, to step, put forth the foot; n. a step, a 

pace. 

QoS. 3o, 4c, V. to take short steps. 

OOO, 3o, 4o, V. to take long steps, to stride. 

q^, 3o, 2o, V. to take long steps, to walk fast. 
Oo, 4o, n. *d8S, 4c, a Karen. 

co-S, 4o, 4c, n. a Red Karen. 

oSS, 4o, 2o, n. a tribe of Karens principally in Mongsit, 

^6c8o5, 4o,2c. 

<^S, 4o, 2o, n. a White Karen. 

o5, 4o, Ic, n. a Black Karen. 

c8, 4o, lo, n. a Red Karen. 
CX>j 5o, n. *o3S, 5c, a kind of creeper. 

CXDoSoocjl, 3c, 5c, 2c, n. (oogg<^ P.) a charm, based on an astro- 
logical calculation. 
OOoS, 2o, V. *c8oS, 2c, to break down, fall in pieces, come to 

ruin; to drop, fall in drops; to pour out water drop by 

drop, as in a religious ceremony; n. a drop; (K.) 4c. 

-ic, 2o, 5c, V. to pour out water drop by drop. 

'jo', 2o, 3o, V. to break down and scatter in pieces. 

cX5o5oooS, 3o, 3o, adv. very, used with o^<S, 3o, to glisten very 

much, be very glossy. 



OD 



<5cg 527 



OOoSooo5d8o5c8o5, So, So, Sc, 3c, ac?3y. <A(? same. 
OO-ac, Ic, !. o8'>S, Ic, to apply a prop or stay to the side of; to 
push off with the foot, brace against with the foot; (K. j 4c.. 

r>, Ic, 5c, V. the same. 

ODS, 2c, V. *d88, 2c, to place or put down in a perpendicular 
position, as a curtain; to be placed in a perpendicular po- 
sition, the initial point of action being from above; (K. j 4rc. 

op-S, 2c, 4o, V. the same. 

ODS, 2c, V. to spread out at full length, 

OQ(S''o6oo6*, 2c, 5c, 4o, 5c, v. to set in battle array. 

oosccc*^, 3c, 3c, adv. quickly, rapidly, without delay. 

c8^c8oS, Sc, 3c, 3c, 3c, adv. the sam. 

ooS, lo, V. *c8^, Ic, to separate, part from; to be far, dis- 
tant; (K.) 4o, 

OOj, lo, 2c, V. the same. 

OOaSj^S, 2o, 2c, n. (s|Eoo B.) Rangoon. 

OoaS, So, V. *d8?S, Sc, to quail, draw back through fear, ^^8, Ic. 

^S, So, 2c, V. to be confused through fright. 

COQ^, So, V. *coc, Sc, to be dried inside although having a fair 
exterior, as an orange. 

CC^S, 4o, V. *d8S, 4c, to loosen, make lax, to be lax, loose; 
to hang down, to bend down, sink in the middle, as timber. 

^^Icxj^ooj, 4o, Sc, 4o, Ic, V. to look cross, stem. 

caS, 4o, Ic, V. to loosen, slacken. 

o8'3^, 4o, 4c, adv. used with 6oBS, 5c, So. 

co', 4o, Ic, 71. a valley. 

COScO'>S, 4o, 4o, adv. with a frightened tone, cj^S, 5c. 

CO'^ScS'?^, 4o, 4o, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

(XiS, 2o, n. *(S)S, 2c, the loose flesh about the under jaws of man 
or animals. 

j^S, 2o, 4o, n. the same. 

joSoS, 2o, 4o, 4c, n. the shaking piece under the throat of an 
ox, the dewlap. 

w^SSw^, 2o, 4c, 4c, 4c, n. fins. 

OOtS, 2o, V. *cQS, 2c, to be hard, difficult, arduous. 

c6, 2o, Ic, V. to be distressed in mind. 



528 t>5 

oo(Sc^ 'ciSc-o^y 2o, Ic, So, 4c, V, the same. 

c6 jBoScS, 2o, Ic, 2c, Ic, V. to be harassed in mind. 

^o5, 2o, 2c, V. the same as ootSjSo. 

o8cS, 2o, 4m; oo'j', 2o, 3c, f. the same, 

(XiSoaS, 5o, 5o, adv. moving to and fro with short motions, as 

maggots, or with sudden twitches, as from pain, opS, 5o. 

J^StSS, 5o, 5o, 5c, 5c, adv. the same, 

od6", 5o, v. (K.j to sew, vide 086", 5m, 

00 <S, vide 00. 

00008, 5c, 4c, n. the principal rafters in a roof; a prop. 

00 8, 3c, v. *o88, 3c, to press or push into, as a knife or the 

hand, to drive into. 
cS, 3c, 2c, V. to thrust in. 
00, 3c, Ic, V. the same. 
008, 3c, V. part, an assertive affix, as, /3Q.g|oo8, 2c, 2c, 3c; |8 

eoSooSooS, 4c, 3c, 5c, 3c. 
008, 4c, V. *c88, 4c, to be happy, jojful, used with 088, 4o, 

and C(^^, 2c, as, 0^8008, 4o, 4c; o^8cgoo8cg, 4o, Ic, 4c, Ic. 
- c6, 4c, Ic, V. the same. 
008, 5c, V. *c88, 5c, to play, joke, banter. 

^-^1 3c, 2c, c8cp, 5c, 3m, v. the same. 

008, 5c, V. *c88, 5c, to be done, finished; v. part, denoting the 

past; also the completion of the beginning of an act, as, 

]od8, 4c, 5c, he is coming. 
ooS, 5c, 2c, V. part, denoting completed action. 
^Op8oo8, 5c, 3c, 5c, V. to be entirely finished, completed. 

-/3y> 5c, 3c, 3c, V. to be wholly finished, completed. 

008, lo, V. *c83, Ic, to be far, distant from; uninhabited, lonely. 
006, 4o, V. *c88, 4c, to be long, have much length; (K.) 6. 

'>c'[od8oo'[, 4o, 3c, 4o, Ic, v. to have a long face, a sad counte- 

nance. 
oS, Ic, V. *cS, Ic, to be quick, swift, as a fatal poison or an 
epidemic, c8o5, 3c, Ic, a vital part. 

05, Ic, V. *uS, Ic, to respect, reverence, jd8o5, Ic, Ic; (K, and 

C. S.) 3c, y^8o5, 3c, 3c. 

06, 8c, V. *uS, 3c, to step upon, dScS, 2ro. 



(X>\ 529 

do, 3c, r>, *d Sc, to partially chew as tou^h beef before giving 
it to a ciiild; to chew with the gums as a person without 
teeth. 

C&, 4c, V. *cS, 4c, to be wet. 

3S, 4c, 2ra, or 2o, v. to be thoroughly wet. 

- sSf 4c, Ic; ^8, 4c, lo, or 5o, v. the same. 

38c88, 4c, 5o, 5o, . the same as o5 88, 4c, 5o. 

woSj^oS, 4c, 2o, 2o, V. to be smeared with mud, as a ploughman. 

oo, 4c, V. *do, 4c, to shine, be luminous, brilliant, as satin. 

05, 5c, V. *u&, 5c, to partly chew food as children and persons 

with poor teeth or none at all, vide oo, 3c. 

>Sw, 5c, Ic, V. the same. 

^(^, 5c, 3c, 3c, V. to mumble, as a toothless person. 

oo, 3o, V. *oo, 3c, to acquire the habit of; adv. ever, with J30. 
2c, or 8, 2c, never; prefixed to any verb, denotes in the 
habit of. 

06, 4o, n. a gong, (b.). 
oo, 4o, n. *cS, 4c, time. 

c88, 4o, Im, adv. now, at present. 

OO, 4o, n. a scaffold, as for supporting workmen. 

OO, 4o, n. *cS, 4c, (oocSt B.) gunpowder. 

oocco, 4o, lo, 4c, n. powder made of three parts saltpetre and 
one part charcoal. 

c86*, 4o, 4c, n. saltpetre, nitre. 

(P|CcS, 4o, 3c, 4c, n. powder made of five parts saltpetre and 
one part charcoal. 

oo"!^, Ic, V. *c8, Ic, to calk, mend, repair; to give medicine, 
administer medicine. 

CO, Ic, Ic, V. to support life, to eat to one's satisfaction, to be 
comfortable. 

jjX'cB'SSS, Ic, 4c, 2o, 4o, V. to calk a boat. 

^^15i^' ^^' '^^' ^' (^) ^ kite, a bird of prey, vide y^S, 5c. 

O0\, 2c, V. c8, 2c, to do away with, have done with, as, oo^w^^ 
oo, 2c, 4c, 5c, let him alone, "never mind"; v. part, impera- 
tive of negation; sometimes a negative causative, that not; 
(K.) 4c. 
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580 oo|coS 

OOjC^, 2c, Ic, V. part, imperative of negation. 

o', 2c, Ic, V. part, the same. 

OD|oo, 2c, 2c, ;/. (cp^jh B.j large scales for weighing. 
CX)|9, 2c, 5c, n. the betel leaf with the contents for chewing, 
O0'[c|, 2c, 2c, adv. certainly, positively, joooojoo], 5c, 2c, 2c, 2c. 
00]^ CO, 2c, 2c, a. (odd Co P. j temporary, only for a brief use; v. 

to change one's abode, as a sick person temporarily. 
CXJI^cojOI^, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. (ooosood P.j a mendicant, beggar. 
CX>1, 3c, n. *oo, 3c, grass; medicine; tobacco; paint. 
qB, 3c, 3o, n. a small shrub with a bitter taste, used as a 

medicine; an antidote. 
jo'cod^, 3c, 2c, 2c, n. a kind of rush growing in marshy 

places. 
- Ow, 3c, 2c, n. a kind of grass, chrysopogon\ the grass the 

seeds of which attach themselves readily to anything. 
^, 3c, 4o, n. medicine for disease caused by witchcraft. 

^'c, 3c, 4c, 4c, n. a creeper used as medicine. 

"oSgaS, 3c, 4c, 4c, n. urena, a kind of mallow wort. 

>$ g'3?> 3c, 4c, 4c, n. the same. 

"o, 3c, 2o, n. a medicine taken inwardly or by tattooing to 

prevent hurt by beating or cutting. 
"^-aSoc, 3c, lo, Ic, n. fine cut tobacco. 
^coS, 3c, lo, lo, n. chiretta. 

"^'j'S, 3c, 2c, Ic, n, a kind of grass used for medicine. 

Y' ^^9 2c, n. a medicinal concoction. 

- "^|tc8^, 3c, 4c, 2o, 71. a vermifuge. 

"^[^ogS, 3c, 4c, 5c, n. a purgative. 

CsS, 3c, 4o, n. a medicine used for spotted fever or meningi- 
tis. 

<j^, 3c, 4c, n. a medicine to cure the bite of a snake. 

ceo, 3c, 3o, n. a medicinal infus'on. 

ODcS-^c], 3c, 5c, 2o, 2c, n. (oocoS'&O B, ) medicine for common 

diseases of children. 
oooo, 3c, 2c, n. any medicMi'al. od(,iifei-ous powder or drug. 
Oo, 3c, 2c, n. medicine used \'(,v a steam bath. 
6CO, 3c, 4c, 71. fine cut tobacco. 



oojO^S 631 

OOIOD', 3c, 4c, n. grass of a certain kind, also called o^S^o', 

3o, 4c. 
od'So-jS, 3c, 4c, Ic, 4o, n. a variety of 00|CX>', 3c, 4c. 
00*Oo8, 3c, 4c, Ic, 4o, n. a variety of cXD|ao', 3c, 4c. 
00'c8S, 3c, lo, 2c, n. twitch-grass. 
00|c6cS, 3c, Ic, 4m, n. medicine for sore eyes. 
oolSS"', 3c, 3c, 4o, 4o, n. tobacco that comes from Mbngkai. 

ooli, 3c, 4c, n. a medicine for outward application. 

cBSi>, 3c, 4m, 4c, Ji. balls of medicine covered with gold leaf, 

used as charms. 
Ops, 3c, 4o, n. medicine for an emaciating disease of children. 

ooco|, 3c, 2c, 2c, n. medicine for ooco|, 2c, 2c, sometimes 

meaning rheumatism. 
ooS.o|, 3c, 5c, 2c, n. a purgative. 
^^> 3c, Ic, n. a pungent kind of tobacco. 
oo'ctS, 3c, 2cy 2c, n. the sensitive plant, sensitwa mimosa. 
9CoS, 3c, 2o, n. a rather offensive smelling annual plant, of 

which there are two varieties, O019co5"s), 3c, 2o, 4c, and 

OO'L^coSo^S, 3c, 2o, lo. 
-scS, 3c, lo, n. medicine for fever. 

-^cw^, 3c, 5c, 4c, n. oil as a medicine, sometimes castor oil. 

9C\6oSj^*f 3c, 3c, 2o, 4o, n. beds of long grass lying flat on 

the ground. 
"^S, 3c, 3c, n. a purgative. 
c5ooS, 3c, 3c, 5c, Tu the same. 

oo5c8'>S, 3c, 3c, 5c, n. medicine to rub on the tongue. 

<y^, 3c, 4c, n. medicine which taken inwardly insures immu- 
nity from hurt for one day. 

cSoS, 3c, 3o, n. the earliest kind of grass. 

cS^, 3c, 2c, n. opium. 

SuD^*, 3c, 4c, 3o, n. medicine for irregularity of menses. 

?Sy, 3c, 4o, 4o, n. a weed having a round leaf and a white 

blossom which has an offensive odor. 

^^i 3c, Ic, lo, n. tobacco prepared with the leaf unbroken. 

00], 3c, Ic, n. anything administered for medicine, medicine. 

ODS, 3c, 4c, n. a kind of grass, o88coS, 3o, 4c. 



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CO 



00|u38, 3c, 5c, n. the leaves of the tea plant or any other plant 

used for drinking. 

o5, Sc, Ic, n. opium. 

c8, ,V:, ^o, n. fine cut tobacco. 

c8'>Sc8(S', 3c, 5c > 4m, n. medicine for a sore tongue. 

CO, 3c, 4o, n. medicine for gas in the stomach. 

c8o5, 8c, 3o, 71. a blood purifier. 

o6S8, 3c, 4c, 2o, n. a weed poisonous to cattle. 

oS, 3c, 3o, n. an emetic. 

8S, 3c, 3o, n. a polite term for ganja, oS, 4o. 

8S, 3c, 4o, n. a tonic. 

5800, 3c, Ic, lo, n. a kind of grass. 

<i\'^8, 3c, 3c, 2m, n. a kind of grass, usnd as medicine. 

/a^SS, 3c, 5c, 2m, n. a charm or medicine to excite love. 

/3Q'3Q, 3c, 5c, 5c, n. the same. 

GDI, 3c, n. an appellation given to elderly females, now nearly 

obsolete in colloquial language, as, ^c'cDj, 4o, 3c. 
CCj^^c'/)', 8c, 4c, 4c, n. (K.) a toad, vide S'oJd, 5o, 3o. 
dSS, 3c, V. *ooJd, 3c, ( ^tS B. ) used with y^, 5c, or co% 3c, to 

take a hint, as, waScS^y^, 4c, 3c, 5c, to receive the thought. 
c8^c8^, 4o, 4o, adv. continuously, without intermission, used 

with ^o5, 4m. 

(&BcS, 4o, 4o, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

c85, 5o, V. * cSS, 5c, to look at attentively, to gaze at, oocS, 4o. 

CO, 5o, 3c, V. to look in the glass. 

c8S, 4c, n. a female; a feminine aflSx. 

d8S, 8m, a. each, vide coS, 3c; a number of things treated as 

one, as, ^-aScSSoStS, 4c, 3m, 4c. 
c85, 3m, V. to increase, principally used with Sep, 4o, as, d8S 

6cpu, 3m, 4o, 2c, to be much greater. 

^cSc8Sco8, 3m, 5o, 3m, 3c, adv. in a short time. 

cS^II, 3m, 2c, 4c, v. to increase, grow by an increasing ratio. 
c8S, 4m, V. *odS, 4o, to look at, with the idea of more or less 

distance; to aim, take aim, as with a gun; to intend, have 

in mind. 
CO, 4rn, ^c, V. lo look in the glass. 



cScf 5iiii 

cSSooc^, 4m, 4o, V. to look at attentively. 

0% 4m, 5c, V. the same as d8, 4m. 

GoS, 5m, n. *ooS, 5o, a tray standing on legs and often used for 

serving food, vide <S, lo. 
c8, lo, V. to be light, not heavy. 
c8S, 2o, n. a howdah for goods, cSScoS, 2o, 5o. 
o8, 2o, V. *tx>S, 2o, to raise, to lift up the body on tiptoe; to 

have a deformed foot whose heel does not touch the ground, 

c8^o8S, lc,2o. 
oS^c, ^o, 3c, V. to raise one side of a petticoat higher than 

tlie other. 
OT9C, 2o, Ic, V. to be on tiptoe. 
scS, 2o, 3o, V. the same. 
c8S, 4o, V. *odS, 4o, to be small and slender, used of things 

small in bulk compared with their length, vide cdS, 4c. 

cnS, 4o, lo, V. the same. 

toco, 3c, n. (cxdSP.) a sacrifice, as an animal offered in sacrifice. 

occ^^<.S, 3c, 5c, 4c, 3c, n. ( ocspc8o5 P.) a priest. 

ocoS, 3c, 5c, 2o, n. ( t^flgS P.) a sacrificial altar. 

d8c^, Im, V. *ODS, lo, to be quiet, still; to be quiet after 

conflict. 
- 086*, Im, 5c, V. to be perfectly quiet, still. 

c^d8cpC"o9, Im, Ic, Im, 4c, v. to be relieved of a painful 

impression . 
086*, Im, 5c, V. the same as d8cpco6', Im, 5c. 
08, Im, 2c, V. the sam. 

cSoScScSoooS, Im, 2m, Im, 2o, v. to cease from noisy din 

and uproar, to be quiet. 
d8cS, 2m, n. *oD'jS, 2o, ( (XipS B. COO^ P. ) a carriage; vehicle 

of any kind, particularly applied to certain government 

palanquins. 
dScp, 2m, V. *(X>'^, 2o, (oOgS B.) to be tame, civilized; to be 

well-bred, polite. 
c8, 2m, 3o, V. to be well-bred, polite, courteous. 
c8cp, 4m, V. 'oO-sS, 4o, to have a surface sore or ulcerous flesh. 
o8c^, 4m, V. *00'>S, 4o, to pass from one condition of being or 



634 cBcS^ 

character to another, as an insect emerging from its chrysalis 

state, or a good man becoming evil. 
c8::p, 3o, v. (K. and C. S.) to preserve with salt, -s^ScSc^, 5o, 

3o. 
c8 ^c8cp, So, 3o, adv. quickly, without delay. 
c8."c8-'S, 4o, 4<o, adv. with a prolonged sound, as one calling, 

(j^S, 5c; for a considerable time, used with cQS, 4m. 

oO'i^OOoS, 4o, 4o 4o, 4o, adv. the same. 

(BSf 5o, V. *00(>S, 5o, to strike, as with a stick; to exert one's 

self. 
00(5, 5o, 2o, V. the same. 

jo', 5o, lo, V. to kill by beating to death. 

'>', 5o, 3o, V. to strike. 

c8o5, 2m, V. *ooo5, 2o, to make straight, as from a bent position; 

to be straight; to lengthen out a bar of metal; (K.j4m. 

t>'S, 2m, 5o, V. to stretch from laziness. 

c8^, 2m, 4o, V. the same as c8o5, 2m. 

c8o5, 3m, V. *ODoS, 3o. to press into, cram, stuff. 

ODoS, 3m, 5c; '3^B, 3m, 4m, v. the same. 

JSf^, 3m, 2c, v. to put into a cradle, as a child. 

tSoScSoS, 3m, 3m, adv. silently, noiselessly, without sound, used 

with dScp, Im. 
OooocooS, 3o, 3o, and 5o, 5o, adv. with a smooth, glossy surface, 

used with o8^, 3o. 
c8o5, 4o, n. a drop, 

c8>S, 4c, V. *o:>9S, 4c, to hear, 8^, 4c. 
o8>S, 5c, n. a craving, desire, as in case of an opium eater for 

his opium. 
c8^, 5c, n. *cx>'>S, 5c, a bastion in a fortification; a breastwork. 
c8 ), 4c, V. *odS, 4c, to lay hold of, take hold of, to hold. 

JD^, 4c, 5c, 5c, V. to hold the reins. 

~^J^, 4c, Ic, V. to cling to, hang to, hold on. 

B, 4c, 4o, V. the same. 

XJoS, 4c, Ic, V. to pull and draw. 

^oS, 4c, 5c, V. to hold with a pulling effort, to pull, to draw. 
j^, 4c, 3c, V. to hold on firmly, to cling to. 



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iBS/soSjyQcS, 4c, 4o, 5c, 2c, v. ( OoScoo B. ) to plaster, overlay 

with plaster. 
i3Q8, 4c, Ic, V. to take hold of, cleave, clin^. 
<6, 2m, V. *O0(S, 2o, to tread on. 
"Q, 2m, 3o, f. to step or tread on; to treat with disrespect. 

c8'3Sc86'"S8, 2ro, 2o, 2m, 4o, v. to search the jungle, 
^o5, 2m, So, V. to tread on, press down, crush. 

- 88, 2m, 4o, V. to take violent possession of a country. 
-oo, 2m, 3c, V. the same as (SS, 2m. 

y[, 2m, Ic, V. to search. 

c86', 5m, V. *O0(S, 5o, to sew. 

jDsf^C'^S, 5m,3o, Ic; odSj^qS'^^oS, 5m, 4>c,3o,lc; ^ 

jD9'C'>S, 5m, 3c, 3o, Ic, v. the same as c8^S, 5m, Ic, 
"ScS, 5m, 4m, v. to sew over and over. 
oo', 5m, Ic, V. the same. 
^S, 5m, Ic, V. to backstitch. 

OO'^S, 5m, 3o, V. to baste with long straight stitches. 
CO^S^'aS^C'sS, 5m, 3o, 3o, Ic, v, to backstitch with long 

stitches. 

^06*0, 5m, 2c, 4c, V. to cross stitch. 
OD'gsS, 5m, 4o, 2c, v. to embroider. 

cQ6(SS, 3o, 3o, adv. wrigglingly, also 5o, 5o, vide cXDcScXxS*, 5o, 

5o, used with oaS, 5o. 
c8(5, 4o, V. to wink the eyes rapidly from soreness or any other 

cause. 
cSiS", 4o, z'. ( K. ) to be hard, difficult, arduous, vide CX)^^, 2o. 
cQS, 5o, n. a fan. 

c8^, 5o, V. (C.S.) to sew, also oo(S, 5c, rnde c8S, 5m. 
c8^, vide cS. 

088, Im, V. to be of opinion, to think, coS, 2o, also 5m. 
- coS, Im, 4c, adv. perhaps. 

d88cg.S, 3m, 2c, n. the kestrel, also 'ae^cSS. 5o, 3m. 
086, 3m, V. *Oo8, 3o, to void urine; n. urine. 
- JDo5, 3m, 4c, V. to have strangury. 
jovf , 3m, 3c, V. the same. 
' ^[-8, 3m, 3c, V. to have detention of the urine. 



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c88op8, 3m, 2o, V. to have a free discharge of urine. 

ciS, 3c, n. an appellation of a second sou. 

c8, 4c, n. the brow-antlered rusa. 

00, 5c, V, *OD, 5c, to thrust at or into, as fire into a wasp's 

nest. 

cS, 5c, 2c, V. the same. 

09^, 3c, n. (ia<SP.) that which appears, matter considered as an 

object of sense, vide ^^, 3c. 
coS, 3c, 4c, n. a puppet, Q|c^Sc3S, 2c, 3c, 4c, the manager 

of a puppet show. 
00.S, 3c, V. ("fjcJ^P.) to diminish, grow less. 

CO, 3c, 4c, V. the same. 

ooB^cS, 4c, Ic, n. vide coSj^cp, 4o, Ic. 

CO-SoD^, 4c, 4c, n. refuse, waste material. 

CO^CoB, 4c, 4c, adv. somewhat slowly, ^o5| 4m. 

CXpBoocS, 4c, Ic, V. to be ragged, tattered. 

CoS, 5c, V. *ooB, 5c, to lift up, raise up to more or less height; 

to raise, swell. 
'8'>?, 5c, 3c, V. the same. 
8800S, 5c, 4c, 2o, V. to raise the hands joined together so as 

to touch the forehead. 
58 o', 5c, 4c, 3c, V. to raise the hands joined together in 

worship. 
C06, 5c, 3c, V. the same as CX^S, 5c. 
09^08, 5c, 5c, n. (09^ P-) credibility. 
CoS, 2o, n. the wild plantain co-^So^iS, 3o, 2o, also j^cScS'sS, 3o, 

2o. 
coS, 4o, V. to select, choose out. 

OoScoS, 4o, 4o, adv. with a smattering knowledge, used with qj, 5c. 
09.8006, 4o, 2o; o^^oSc^^ooS, 4o, 3c, 4o, 2o, adv. the same. 
09^, 5o, V. to annoy, not used alone, 0000.8, 5c, 5o. 
od, 5o, 5o, v. to harass, annoy. 
09S, 2c, n. '*oo8, 2c, (09S B.) a booth, shed; a building for work 

or business, vide 00, 5c, also 2o. 
09S, 3c, v. *ooS, 3c, to be tangled, confused,' jumbled together; 

to be shaggy. 



o^oScp 537 

o^8cg, 8c, Ic, V. to be confused in mind. 

c^cx^Sc-o^, 3c, Ic, 3c, 4c, v. the same. 

ooS, 3c, 8c, V. the same as co6, 3c. 

0^8, 4c, n. *ooS, 4c, a mosquito. 

0^6, 2o, n. *oo, 2o, a blossom, vide coS, 2o. 

O^S, 2o, . *od, 2o, to step, put forth the foot, used with odS, 
8o. 

O^Sa^S' ^O' ^o> ^'^' floating in the air, is the cotton of the 
cotton tree, used with 88, Ic; in all directions, without order, 
used with .o]^, 2c. 

a^8, 4o, 11. *oo, 4o, one of the internal divisions of any fruit 
like the jack fruit. 

^cp> ^Oj Ic, n. a division of a capsule of cotton, consisting of 

a seed and its enveloping fibre. 

05S, 4o, V. *oo5, 4o, to stir up, dig up, as earth in order to 
prepare it for seed; to arouse to action, vide cQB, 4c; to 
speak evil of another with the intention of stirring up trou- 
ble, o>6coO] 00, 4o, 4c, 5c, to stir up anger. 

coo^, 4o, 2c, V. the same as last def. 

006, 5o, V. *ooS, 5o, to connect by a cord or rope, in order to 
support in a suspended position; to hang, depend, as the 
opening of a sleeve from the wrist; n. a sling of any kind 
for carrying, as the bamboos put together to carry water 
pots. 

OOcS, 4c, V. *oo', 4c, to be loose, not compact; to be flowing, 
full, luxuriant, as hair, cocScSoocSoo^, 4c, 3c, 4c, 4c. 

COcSooc^, 4o, 4o, adv. prettily, gently, gracefully, as the swaying 
branches of a tree, ^(So^c^o^cp, 3o,4o, 4o; .ga^cpa^cpjoc, 
4o, 4o. 

03cS, 4o, V. ^cgiB.) to choose, to select. 

o\, 4o, Ic; oj, 4o, Ic; c^^, 40, So; eg, 4o, Ic, 
^\, 4o, Ic, V. the same. 

oooS, 3c, V. *oDo5, 3c, ( oooS B. ) to be inferior, mean; to be 
vile, wicked. 

cp, 3c, 5o; oS, 3c, 2o; coo^, 3c, 3c; eg. 3c, 4c, v. 
the same. 
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538 (X^S 

cooS, 4c, t). (K. and C. S.) to draw back, recede, vide o3oS, 4o. 
cooSoooScX5oSoooS, 80, So, 3o, 3o, adv. with a glistering sheen, 

used with c^S, So. 
COoS, 4o, tJ. *O0oS, 4, to dry up, be exhausted; to drain out as 

water from an inverted vessel; to cease dripping; not used 

of cloth except in the sense of last def. 

BS, 4o, So, V. the same. 

ODo5, 4o, V. cxycS, 4o, to repair, mend a break or hole by closing. 

^[s, 4o, 4c, V. to patch a thatched roof. 

ooj, 4o, Ic, V. the same as cooS, 4o. 

COoScooS, 5o, 5o, adv. with plump, rounded limbs, used with 8, 4c. 

cooSoDoS, 5o, 5o, adv. with a light, ruddy color, used with c8S, 

lo, also So, So. 
CO 98, Sc, n. a brush, usually a paint brush, 
co^, Sc, V. (K.) to stretch out or reach out, as the hand after 

anything, or as prolonged time; to be long, sis one's life, 

vide wf , 4c. 
CO^S, So, also Sc, V. *cX)98, So, to shake, tremble, as a floor 

when walking, or any thick subtance on water when agitated 

(applied to surface); also 00^, So, and ogo^, Sc. 
o:i'i^^ So, 4o, V. to sag and shake. 
^'^. So, Sc, V. the same as CO^, So. 
COw, 4o, n. *ooac, 4o, a Laos man. 
(X^S, 4c, V. *<x>S, 4c, to wink involuntarily, to have twitching of 

facial muscles. 
>cioo6'oo'[, 4c, Sc, 4c, Ic, v. the same. 

KX^S, 4c, V. *od6^, 4c, to be disordered, shabby as clothes, also, 5c, 
JO^, 4c, 4c, V. the same; n^ refuse, waste material, rubbish. 
0^S, 4c, V. *CX)5, 4c, to feel a creeping sensation from fear. 
(X^SodScoS, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. with a creeping sensation. 
(X^S, 4c, V. *oo6', 4c, to take hold of with some force with the 

hand; to take up with the ends of the fingers and thumb. 
o^, 4c, %c\ /3o8, 4c, Ic, V. the same. 
O0<5, 2o, V. *OD(S', 2o, to shake anything in order to make it 

tremble or loosen it from its fastening; to seesaw, teeter as 

children. 



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a^<S, So, V. *00<?, 3o, to subside, abate, diminish. 

cg^*, 80, 8c; eg, 3o, 4?c, v. the same. 

O^, 3o, V. *00(S, So, to move up and down in the water; to 

to rinse, to dip into. 
^, 80, 6c, V, the same. 
00^, So, 4o, V. to roll up and down sis a boat in the waves, 

Oft a loose rope in the water; to rise and fall as the voice 

in singing. 
a^5, vide 00. 

0^8, Ic, V. to think, colloquial for c88, Im; a prefix. 
a^oo^S, Ic, Ic, adv. rather slowly and carefully, with c8cS, 80. 

CX>'^00'[, Ic, Ic, Ic, Ic, adv. the sam^. 

030, 2c, n. (08 B.) jam, preserves. 

0^8, 8c, V. (K.) to return on itself, as a whip lash; to shrink,^ 

vide coo^, Sc. 
008, 4c, V. (cog B.) to suspect of a crime. 
O^OjSwi^S, 4c, 2c, 4c, 4c, v. to doubt, be doubtful of. 

08S, 4c, 4c, V. the same. 

0^8, 4c, V. (K.) to forfeit, as when fined, vide CCXJ^, 2c. 

008, 4c, V. *0O|, 4c, ( ^8 B. j to be upright in mind, j^qCcSS 

j!j'>8co8, 4o, 8c, 4o, 4c. 

008, 4c, 4c, adv. honestly, in an honorable manner. 

C08, 5c, V. part, a colloquial verbal assertive affix having an ele- 
ment of uncertainty, as, J3Qo'jg"l'0|oo8, 2c, 2c, 2c, Sc, 5c, I 
think he heis not yet gone. 

008, 5c, V. to hang or fall down, as the roof of a house partially 
fallen in; to become soft to the touch, to be not compact, 
as a flower beginning to open. 

O^8c8co8oo, 5c, Sc, 5c, 5c, ado. disconnectedly, unsteadily. 

CO, Ic, v. to be confused in a mass, mixed together; to be wrin- 
kled, shrivelled, as flesh, (b. ^; n. a confused mass of any- 
thing, as hair. 

Bw(S, Ic, 2o, 2o, n. the confused involutions of the inside of 
the luffa pentandra gourd when dried. 

p', Ic, Ic, n. the inside of the gourd inserted at the bottom 

of the upper jar used in steaming rice. 



"540 Ogd3co6*oj 

o3, 2c, V. *o5, 2c, to take up with the fingers, sometimes Ic. 

tSS, 2c, 4c, V. the same. 

CO, 2c, V. *o5, 2c, (o^ B.) to believe, have confidence in. 

s, ( orc,^ ) cc6oS, 2c, 2c, 2c, So, v. ( QgS B.) to believe 

cordially. 

"SSo^S, 2c, 3c, 3c, V. to doubt, to half believe. 

^ ^S^y33oJ'S'>^S, 2c, 3c, 3c, 2c, 2c. 3c, 3c, v. the same. 

cBoS, 2c, 4c, V. to err in belief. 

' o5, 2c, 3o, V. to believe fully. 

o5o5, 3c, 3c, adv. masticating very slightly through loss of teeth, 

.88o^o5, 5m, 3c, 3c. 
o5, 3c, V. ( K. j to rent, to hire by paying for the use of, vide 

ooS, 2o. 
O^, 4c, n. *o5, 4c, a cluster or clump of bushes or small trees. 

jo8, 4c, 4o, n. a kind of spinning wheel. 

>^, 4c, lo, 71. thorny bushes. 

o', 4c, 5c, n. a clump of bushes or trees. 

O^, 4c, V. to be long in time, (b.). 

'>C'>c, 4c, 4o, V. the same, (b.). 

CO, 5c, V. *o5, 5c, to smile. 

^8, 5c, Ic, V. the sam^. 

(', 5c, 3o, V. to grin. 

o^, 5c, V. *o5, 5c, to wilt. 

o^, 2o, V. *o5, 2o, to step, put forth the foot. 

eg, 2c, V. to stay, remain; to dwell, abide; v. part. 

used to denote continuance of action; (K.) 4c. 

^6*, 2c, 3o, V. to be confined in a narrow space. 

B, 2c, 3c, V. to dwell happily. 

,8c^O'>Sc, 2c, 3c, Ic, lo, Ic, V. the same. 

.g', 2c, 4c, V. to live alone. 

' ^c8, 2c, Ic, Ic, V. to be sorry, to have grief. 

C^Y^'o'i', 2c, Ic, Ic, V. to dwell separately, to be apart from 

all others. 

d^oogS, 2c, 4o, 2o, V. to be happy. 

c8o5c8o5, 2c, 2m, 2m, v. to remain silent, quiet, to be quiet. 
c8oo6'o^, 2c, 3c, 5c, 4o, v. to remain sheltered from the wind. 



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COc5o', 2c, 4c, V. to be in childbed. 
ocxS, ^e, 2o, V. to be uncomfortable. 

c8, 2c, Ic, V. to be well, comfortable. 

cS^aSo'^S, 2c, Ic, Ic, lo, V. to be well, healthy. 
:8Sa>^, 2c, Ic, 4c, 4o, v. the same. 

c8c8, 2c, Ic, Ic, V. to be quiet. 

COCp, 2c, 3o, V. to live together, dwell or be together. 
oo'od', 2c, ]o, lo, V. to be idle. 

co'co'co^co^, 2c, lo, lo, 2c, 2c, v. the same. 

5, 2c, 3o, V. the same as cococS, 2c, So. 
4. 2c, 3o, V. to take shelter, as in a shside. 

mco^^ci, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. (oo<s^^^ P.) a yuzana, a measure of length 

equal to 13^ English miles. 
OO, 3c, V. *c], 3c, to be frayed, abraded; to be turned up, as 

the edge or point of a knife blade when struck on a stone, 

COoS, 3c, 4c. 
00, 4c, n. *00H, 4c, a kind of marsh date palm from the leaves of 

which brooms are made; a broom. 

"Soo, 4c, 3c, 3o, n. a broom made of broad-leaved grass. 

ooS, 4c, 4c, n. a broom for sweeping. 

OOcS, 4c, 3o, n. the result of any evil deed, vide ooS, 5c, 3o. 

;30.ooo8, 4c, 3o, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. the evil consequences of 

sin. 
coScQoS, 2c, 3o, n. (csjeS B.) a priest's water strainer. 
scoDOcS, 2c, 5c, 3c, n. vide c^ooo^S, 2c, 5c, 3c. 
coSop, 2c, 5c, n. Jesus. 

coSoo-cScS, 2c, 5c, 5c, 3m, n. Jesus Christ. 
oS^5, 2c, 2c, n. (c|q8cS B.j a latrine, also <:S/S, 2c, 2c. 
coS, 3c, pr. each. 

BSscSco^, 3c, 5o, 3c, 3c, adv. every little while. 
c/5"[, 3c, 5c, pr. each one, each person; adv. apiece. 

c/Jl^coSc/jj, 8c, 5c, 3c, 5c, adv. the same. 

008^06*05, 3c, 3c, 3c, 4o, adv. every little while. 

ci>, 8c, 5c, adv. again, afterward. 

o^CoScSoS, 3c. 3c, 3c, 2c, adv. each time, every time. 

. g,ScoScg, 3c, 3c, 3c, Ic; cSDSco5g.8, 3c, 2c, 3c, 3c; ^8 



642 oo'<^5 

coS'gS, 3c, 3o, 3c, 3c; ^8coSc5o8, 3c, So, 3c, 2c; ^5 

coSo6, 3c, 3o, 3c, 40, adv. the same. 
CoS/'>S, 3c, Ic, pr, each one. 
coi), 3c, n. an appellation for the first daughter, the full list for 

girls is as follows; 1st, QcS, 3c; 2nd, ja, 2c; 3rd, J3Q, lo; 

4th, J3n^, 2c; 5th, j^, 3c; 6th, sir^B, 4o; 7th, jsQoS, 4in. 

The seventh daughter is the child of blessing and good 

luck. 
qqSi 4c, n. *oo^i, 4c, a granary or place to store anything, also 

used as the couplet of Sw, 4o. 

"08, 4c, 3c, n. a granary. 

"8oS'c, 4c, 3c, 4c, 5c, /i. the same. 

eoScoS, lo, lo, adv. toddlingly, as the gait of a little child, 

o'coScoS, Ic, lo, lo, also 5o, 5o. 
coS, 2o, n. *oO|, 2c, whatever remains after the juice or liquor 

is extracted; the quid left after chewing anything; refuse, 

litter, c^, 2o. 
CoS, 3o, V. part, an interrogative affix; also an imperative affix, 

mde ccS, 3o, coUoq. 
QcS , 4o, n. *cX>1, 4c, (^CXJOSB.) a policeman. 
coj, 5o, n. *oo, 5c, a kind of lizard which burrows in the ground; 

a sand lizard. 
Co5*, 5o, V. *oo, 5c, to split lengthwise. 
00', Ic, V. *iS, Ic, to tear or split apart as old clothing, or clotb 

of poor quality; to separate, as the boards of a floor when 

warped. 
00*, Ic, V. *c8, Ic, to place one after another. 
c8c^, Ic, 2o, V. the same. 
oo', 3o, V. 00, 3c, to fall apart, separate, as rice poured out of 

a dish; to break and separate, as a body of ice; to be in- 
adhesive. 
C3o', 4o, V. *<S, 4c, to scratch, in order to allay itching, or as 

animals digfging a hole. 

"C^f , 4o, 2o, V. the same. 

^T^, 4o, 2c, V. to scratch with the nails, mar the flesh. 
o^, 4o, 3o, V. to scratch deeply, as a tiger with its claws. 



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od'^, 4o, lo, V. to scratch, paw, as an animal challenging an 

enemy or inviting attention, 
oo', 5o, V. *o8, 5c, to change from one place of residence to 

another, (b. ). 
COO"!, 5c, V. to bend the knees somewhat, as under a very heavy 

burden. 

ooS-scS, 5c, 2c, 3c, V. the same. 
J388, 5c, lo, V. to bend the back. 

cooi^soS*, 5c, 5o, adv. in a very imperfect manner, ^o5coDlcoS, 

4m, 5c, 5o. 
coo^cod'i^, Ic, Ic, adv. vide 0^80^8, Ic, Ic. 
coo^, 2c, V. *coS, 2o, (ccxgS B.jto forfeit, as wlien fined, ccS, Ic. 

o-sS, 2c, Ic, V. the same. 

COO^, 3c, V. *QoS, 3o, to return on itself, as a whip lash when 
used, or cloth in washing or when plaited or gathered; to 
shrink; to retreat, return on one's way, as a person return- 
ing on account of fright, or as soldiers. 

JoSoo^, 3c, 3o, 4o, V. to fall in a heap, in disorder. 

- QoS, 3c, 4o, V. to shrink, as cloth. 

COO?, 3c, int. an exclamatory expression nearly equivalent to thus, 
being so! 

Ccx>T, 3c, int. an exclamatory expression equivalent to "hpre, take 
it". 

COO^, 4c, n. ( cooo B. ) a Yaw, a race of people living west of 
the Irrawaddy. 

coo'f, 4c, V. to lift up, to exalt, to praise, cgSccXDi, 3c, 4c. 

jdScoo^o'>S, 4c, 2c, 4c, Ic, v. the same. 

cooo8'0'S, 4c, 3c, Ic, Ic, V. to raise the clasped hands. 

coo'TyDl, 4c, 2c, n. (ccpol P.) disease, also ccjIjd], 4c, 2c. 

(jSB<J3.S, 3c, 3c, adv. moving in great numbers, used with OoS, 
5o, and co* , Ic. 

d8.Sc>D^, 4c, 4c, w. to be moist, damp, as undried clothes; to have 
the first symptoms of feverishness ; to be of ordinary ability. 

dS^cSuS^cX)^, 4c, 3c, 4c, 4c, adv. the same: of middling state. 

c3S, Ic, n, *O0S, Ic, a granary. 

"oS, Ic, 3c; 's8coS"o8, Ic, 3c, 4c, 3c, n. the same. 



54.4) cS 

c8S, 3c, s. to be stagnant, not flowing; to remain gathered togeth- 
er, as a crowd; to be delayed for some reason; to remain 

without evacuation, as the bowels, cio'r^6'oo8c8S, 5c, 5c, 5c, 

3c. 
'8'>S'[8, 3c, 3c, 4c, V. to form backwater, as when a dam is 

made; also used in Lower Burma of the incoming tide. 
dSS, lo, V. *cX>5, lo, to be slender and tall, as a man; or long, 

LS the legs of anything. 

d8S, lo, 4o, V. the same. 

c8S, 3o, V. *(X)S, 3o, to do the same, do alike, to imitate; a. 

aux. a kind, o\t, 4c; O'[|0O?ci^S, 4c, Ic, 3o, we have two 

kinds. 
c8S, 4o, n. *ooS, 4o, a goat antelope. 
dSS'SC, 4o, 5c, n. (C. S.) a long bamboo water bucket. 
uSS, 4o, V. to aim at, vide c8S, 4m. 
tiSoS, 3c, V. *oooS, 3c, to draw out, stretch out, lengthen as a 

new rope when used; to stretch along, as people going to 

baz8iar in large numbers. 

co^, 3c, 4c, V, to stretch up the neck. 

c8o5, 3c, 3c, adv. unceasingly, in a ropy manner, as drooling. 

dSoSocoSoooS, 3c, 3c, 3c, 3c, adv. the same. 

cS, 3c, 2c, V, to grow as a child into a youth. 

u3a5, 4c, V. *ooo5, 4c, to draw back, recede; to draw out of, as 

from fire. 
oooS, 4c, 5c, V. the same. 

cot5, 4c, 2o, v. to come to an end. 

cj3^, 3c, V. *oO'>^, 3c, to reach out the hand for transmitting 

anything; to hand, transmit with the hand; to reach out 

the hand with anything. 

o'>S, 8c, Ic; c85, 3c, Ic; %'^i 3c, 3c, v. the sam. 

dS'^S, 4c, V. *oO'>S, 4c, to stretch out or reach out, ad the hand 

after anything, or as prolonged time; to be long, as one's 

life. 
o3>S, 4o, V. (K.) to be witty, deride, to trifle with, vide <g.S, 3o. 
u3>S, 5o, V. *oD '8. 5o, to restrain, keep in check, control; to 

restrain, repress feeling; to delay or move slowly. 



c^ 64fi 

tS^iS-aS, 5o, 8c, V. the same. 

-o, 5o, ^, z). to bear patiently, to be patient, to endure. 

c8, 60, Ic, V. to restrain one's temper under provocation. 

c8/398c6, 5o, Ic, 3c, Ic, V. tke same. 

c6"^JBc^, 5o, Ic, Sc, Ic, V. to repress one's feelings. 

-^cooj, 5o, 5c, V. the same as oS^, 5o. 

jotS, 5o, Ic, v. to bear patiently, to endure with fortitude. 

08^, Ic, . *o5, Ic, to borrow (something to be returned itself 1. 

08^, 5c, V. *o5, 5c, to start out, as perspiration, also u^, 5c. 

06, 5c, 5c, V. the same. 

c85, So, V. *o5, 3o, to move gently, to be slow, quiet in move- 
ment; to go silently and stealthily, uS, 3m. 

088, 3o,5o, adv. gently, stealthily. 

u38, 3c, V. *CX>\, 3c, to take a general or indefinite aim; to act 
without previous plan. 

<j3oS, 3c, 4c, v. to act with hesitation; to draw back. 

c88, 4c, V. *00"[8, 4c, to ^oot at, to shoot with a gun or cross bow. 

(j88, 5c, also 3c, V. *00, 5c, to start out , as perspiration, also 
t^S, 5c. 

088, 5c, n. (C S.) the tea plant. 

c88, 2o, 71. *CC\, 2c, what remains of a thing, after the juice or 
liquor is extracted; opposite of oc, 5c, the liquid part; 
what is ejected from the mouth after juice has been extract- 
ed by chewing; refuse, litter; (C.S.) lo; (K.) 4o. 

>9c6, 2o, Ic, n. the refuse of cotton after it has been dressed. 

'>cS, %o^ Ic, n. tan, after having been used. 

o, 2o, 5c, n. chewed betel. 

8^0^, ^, ^o, 5c, n. chips, what is left from cutting wood. 

j^, 2o, 2o, Ic, n. the fibrous bark of a cocoanut wken 
pounded, coir. 

/3q', 2o, 3c, n. the remains after the juice has been extracted 

from sugar cane. 

o38, 2o, n. 'ooj, 2c, food, nounsbment for men or animals. 

o], 2o, le, n. fish bait. 

, 2o, 5c, n. food for horses. 

ci88c8^, 2o, 3o, 11. solder, metallic cement. 

m 



646 ogSoooSocj 

c^, So, n. grass, 00"[, 3c. 

S8, So, Im, n. green grass. 

oo', So, 4c, n. vide oo^oo', 3c, 4c. 

4, So, lo, n. a kind of water grass. 

00"^, So, 3c, n. grass. 

oyS, So, 4c, n. vide OOjooS, 3c, 4c. 

- 86, 3o, So, n. dried grass, hay. 

c8oo, So, Ic, lo, n. a kind of grass. 

<jB8, 4o, V. *ooi, 4c, to drive fast in riding. 

oq, 2c, v. *c8JB, 2o, to play, to amuse one's self; to joke, ban- 
ter, play tricks; (K.) 4c. 
3o8, ^, 5c, V. the same. 

^'^i *c. ^c, V. to amuse one's self, as with a musical instru- 
ment. 
c8cS, 2c, 3m, V. the same as ogc8, 2c, 5c. 

eii6, 2c, Ic, 4o, V. to draw out, detect, catch in questioning. 

WBoSjDaS, 2c, 3c, 4c, Ic, v. to provoke a quarrel. 

co. So, V. *c8^, So, to push up and down, as the piston of a 
syringe; to cohabit ^vulgar). 

0698898001, 3c, 5c, 3c, Ic, V. to protrude the tongue in banter 

or to cause another to be angry. 

ogBScSScS, 3c, 8c, 4o, 4o, adv. in a vacillating, unsettled 

manner. 
00^, 4c, V. * cQS. 4o, to be torn, rent; to be dilapidated, out 

of repair; to be evil-disposed. 
'OoS, 4c, 2o, V. to be torn, rent. 
coSuo^. 4c, 4c, adv. with an even, quiet gait. 

68Bc85, 4c, 4c, 4o, 4o, adv. the same. 

co^c8^, 5c, 5o, V. to play with, frolic with. 

coS, Ic, n. *d8S, lo, a small granary. 

C08, 2c, V. *c8S, 2o, to be mad, insane, crazy. 

^S, 2c, Ic, V. to be confused because of much work; to be 

uneasy in sleep, hysterical. 
C98, 2c, 4o, V. to be affected with violent fever and delirium. 
cw^Sac^, 2c, 2c, 2c, V. ( OOCBJO P. ) to have a violent, lustful 
longing (in men). 



ogS 547 

ogSttj, Sc, Sc, V. the same as uo8, Sc. 

086, 2c, Im, V. to be in a restless unsteady frame of mind. 

ugb86c88, 2c, 2c. Im, Im, adv. in a rambling, incoherent 

way, restlessly. 
c8oS, 2c, 3o, t;. to be delirious. 
igS, 3c, V. *c8S, 3o, to lift up, raise up, as a box, without the 

idea of height; to exalt, praise. 
^, 3c, 2o, V. to raise and support; to bear aloft. 
"S, 3c, 3c, V. to rouse to action by emulative consideration. 
CXJ-S, 3c, 5c, V. to lift up, raise up. 
COO] , 3c, 4c, V. to praise, applaud, exalt. 
- o', 3c, 5c, V. to lift up, praise, adore, exalt. 
cgSjjcp, 3c, 2o, n. Yawnghwe, a Shan principality. 
c^6, 4c, n. *c8S, 4o, long strips, slices, stripes, as, SoSooSS^S 

ogS, Im, 4c, Im, 4c. 
- 988, 4c, 5o, n. slices of dried flesh. 
0^6068, 5c, 5o, V. to be in a state of fear, anxiety, as from bad 

rumors. 
ooo5, 2c, V. *c8oS, 2o, intrans. to fall in drops, as water; to 

drip; n, a drop. 

Op-S, 2c, 4o, V. to fall in drops. 

^, 2c, 5c, n. a drop. 

cooS, 3c, V. *c8o5, 3o, to sprout out; n, a short, young twig or 

shoot. 
V^^jS, 3c, lo, Ic, n. the end of hair tied in a knot. 

008, 3c, 3c, n. applied to king and lord, (b.j. 

- 06, 3c, Ic; 08s, 3c, lo, n. the same. 

^c^jdS, 3c, 4o, 3c. n. the same as coo5'^'>Sj^8, 3c, lo, Ic. 

coo5, 4c, V. *c8oS, 4o, trans, to make fall in drops, as a liquid. 
ccoScoo5c8o5c8oS, 4c, 4c, 4o, 4o, adv. off and on for a long time, 

as disease. 
cooScooS, 5c, 5c, adv. very smooth, c85, 3o. 

68oStc8, 5c, 5c, 5o, 5o, adv. the same. 

UD9C, 2c, V. 'cS-^S, 2o, to be pendent, pensile, as an article sus- 
pended; to do constantly, without cessation, oog9Cocx35, 

2c, 2c, 2c, 3o; (K.) 4c. 



548 cg^ 

cO'>8ooB, 2c, 4o, V. to be pendent, hang suspended. 
oiOo, 2c, 8c, Ic, V. to lag behind. 
cj\'. 2c, Sc, V. to hang, suspend. 

C096, So, V *c898, 3o, to shake, vibrate, tremble, as the floor 
when walkii.g upon it; also applied to sound, o^>S, 3o. 

C09S, 4c, n. *c8'>S> 4o, an extension beyond a house, as a , ve- 
randah or addition to a house. 

C098, 4c, V. *68'>S, 4o, to ask, ask for, beg; to demand, require. 

JBS, 4c, Ic, V. to be<^ for food. 

C^'T, 4c, Ic, V. to ask, request. 

00, 4c, 4c, V. to ask a favor. 

b'3^, 4c, Ic, V. to request for another. 

"OoScooSoS, 4c, 4o, 4c, 4o, v. to seek forgiveness, to ask per- 
mission to resign w^ork or office. 

co^, 4c, 4c, V. to ask to resign work. 

sn"^^ 4c, 5c, 5o, v. to ask permission. 

iao8, 4c, Ic, V. to ask for, lay hold of with the earnest assur- 
ance of getting it; to pray. 

i8^|, 4c, Ic, 2c, V. to accept, take a favor or blessing. 

co-^S, 5c, prep, and conj. on account of, in behalf of, for, vide 
q6, 3c. 

C06*. 2c, V. *(S6, 2o, to shake by standing on the feet and jerk- 
ing the body up and down, as in breaking something too 
strong for the hand to break; to shake anything, as a 
child by moving the arms up and down; to move up and 
down, as the jaw in motion; to jump, as an infant. 

'9'^, 2c, 4c, V. the same. 

o^cgtSjoS, 2c, 4o, 2c, 4o, v. to move the jaws up and down. 

opS, 2c, 5o, V. the same as co6*, 2c. 

o^, 2c, Ic, XK the same. 

ogS, Sc, V. * c8S. 3o, to diminish, to become less. 

00. 3c, 4c, t). the same. 

to6' 4c, V. *(SiS, 4o, to seize, grab. 
or)SooS, 5c, 5c, adv. vide oC)ScoS, 5o, 60. 

(SStSS, 5c, 5c, 5o, 5o, adv. the .same. 

og6, Vide o^. 



o 64,9 

eg', Ic, . *SoS, lo, to be sparing, economical, frugal in the use 

of fLnjthing. 
eg', 3c, V. *QaS>, So, to be small, fine, implying particles. 
<^ioS, 3c, 4c, V. to cut wood in small pieces. 
- o5, 3c, 4o, n. a little bit, little bits, as, ^o5co*og*cScS, 4m, 3c, 

3c, 4o, 4o, to do little by little, here and there; applied to 

words common, colloquial, 
to', 4c, n, *ecS, 4o, small scales for weighing, 
to', 4c, n. *coS', 4o, a tuft or tassel. 
J^S, 4c, 4c, n, the tassel of a Chinese straw hat. 

^8c^, 4c, 3c, 2o, n. the silken tuft hanging from an ear of 

maize. 

^"^St^' ^^' ^' ^^' ** ^^ ^^ ^ ^*"' ^^ after shaving a 

child's head. 

o, 4c, 3c, n. a tassel. 

8'^!R^ '^j ^> lc " title tassel of a cap or hat. 

tc', 4c, V, *Co5, 4o, to rain in a drizzling way. 

co'co', 4c, 4c, adv. slightly trembling, oo^S, 2c. 

to', 5c, . *coS', 5o, to hang down; to run down, as tears; to 

flow down. 
00.S, 5c, 4o, V. the same. 

CO, Ic, V. *ciS, lo, to be lean, thin, emaciated; (K.) 4c. 
-g5cS, Ic, 3c, 3c, V. to be very thin, emaciated. 
jg*!, Ic, ^, V. to grow thin. 
8S, Ic, So, V. to be very much emaciated. 
coS'^S, Ic, 2o, 2o, V. to be emsiciated from disease. 
c^S, Ic, 3o, V. the same as t^S, Ic, 3o. 
38, Ic, Ic, V. to be thin. 
y, Ic, 3o, V. to present an emaciated, dried up appearance. 

^, Ic, Sm, V. the same; to be slender, dried. 

eg, 2c, u. *cS, 2o, a collection, gathering; a collection as of 

houses; a clump as of grass or bushes; a spot, 
coco, 2c, 2c, adv. slowly and respectfully, o', Ic. 

cScS, 2c, 2c,2o, 2o, adv. the same. 

cgcScotS, 2c, 3c, 2c, 2o, adv. the same. 

CO, 3c, V. *dS 3o> to diminish, subside, grow less, decrease, also^hc. 



550 (iS 

og, 5c, t;. *<jS, 6o, to dye. 
1>, 5c, 2c, V. to dye a dark red. 
OoS/3'sS, 5c, 2o, 4o, V. to dye a priest's garments, usually 

with a preparation of the wood of the jack tree. 
cS, 2c, V. *c8, 2c, to be great, big, large; (K.) 4c. 
doS, 2c, 3o, V. to be large, broad, wide. 
"68, 2c, 5c, . to be large in bulk or size. 
"g^, 2c, 3o, V. the same. 

OoSo[, 2c, Ic, 4c, V. to grow tall. 
00^, 2c, So, V. to grow, to be grown. 

oo'sScSoooS, 2c, 3o, 2c, 4c, v. to be grown up. 
"[8, 2c, 4c, V. to grow, become large. 

|l'jo6, 2c, 4c, 5c, V. to have come to maturity, adult age. 
tS, 4c, n. *c8, 4c, a fine string, thread) fibre; a web, as of a 

silk worm; (K.^ 6. 

i35/>8, 4c, 2o, lo, w. a spiders web. 

^8, 4c, Ic, n. the fibre of the stalk of the water lily. 

'cSooi3, 4c, 5c, 4c, 2c, n. the fibres of wood, leaves, etc. 

cS, 4c, adv. repeatedly. 

cS, 4c, 4c; cScScS, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv the same. 

dS, Ic, 1?. *ao, Ic, to borrow something, which is itself to be 

returned, o3<S, Ic. 
yD, Ic, 3c, V. the same. 
oS, 3c, V. (C. S.) to rent, to hire by paying for the use of, vide 

ooS, 2o. 
cS, 3m, V. to look towards or at, cSopc^, 3m, 4o. 
ciS, 3m, V. *o5, 3o, to move or go silently, quietly, stealthily. 
dS, lo, n. *o5, lo, a lock of hair, as in front of the ear. 
o5, lo, Ic, n. the same. 
dScS, 2o, 2o, adv. in a slow and respectful way, generally with 

more or less bowing of the body. 
oS, 4o, V. *<jS, 4c, to be small, fine, implying particles. 
uS, 5o, V. *dS, 5c, to chew. 



cj^coooS 551 

The fourteenth letter of the Shan Alphabet and the 
second Consonant in the class of liquids. 

o, 4o, n. *8S, 4fc, ( oo;)6j B. ) bottom, foundation, origin; 
sometimes oo6, 4o, used in composition, as, COoS, 3c, 4o, 
the beginning. 

C|ao|cx>o5oO'>c, 5c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. (;|O03O0oo^ P.) flavor tasted. 

occS, 5c, 4c, n. ( SjffOO P.) an ascetic, devotee. 

oo5oo"[, 3c, 5c, 2c, 71. ( Cjoo^D P. j anything precious, a gem, 
also oooSoD^ci, 3c, 5c, 2c. 

oSoji, 3c, 5c, 2c, lo, 4c, n. the three objects of worship, 

viz., deity, ^"[8, 4c; the law, @|8, 4c; the priesthood, 
ao|, 2c, 2c. 

C|CJD|I, 5c, 4c, n. a carriage. 

09S, 2o, n. *^'>S, 2c, (q^ B.) an enemy. 

coooSoBoS, 2o, 5c, 4o, 4c, n. enmity. 

30, 2o, 2c, n. ( "y^ B. j an enemy. 

GtSt 3o, n. place, location. 

aS, vide a. 

QC98, 5c, 4o, n. (c|CoS8 P.) a rahan, a priest of Buddha. 

00|, 5c, 4o, 2c, n. ^ ooo P.) an areeyah of the highest 

order. 

C]S, 2c, 3o, n. avarice, lust. 

&, 2o, V. (& B.) to surround, encircle, attend, also o5, 2o. 

Q^S, 2o, 3c, V. the same. 

ojjD, 2c, 5c, n. (cpo P.) inordinate passion, lust. 

[CO, 2c, 5c, n. (cpo* P.) a king. 

. OOoS, 2c, 5c, 3o, n. ( ooo5 B.) a fresh enactment of gov- 
ernment in addition to the standing OgoooS. 

oCoS, 2c, 5c, 5c, 2o, //. ( ^^^ P-) ^ royal throne. 

o8co5, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, 2o, n. ( o^ooooS P.) artifice used 

l)v kings and others in authority. 

-oS, 2c, 5c, 2o, n. (oS B. j civil history. 

Oo5, 2c, 5c, 3o, n. a heavy penalty inflicted by the govern- 
ment, also o|CO(^o5, 2c, 5c, 3c. 



552 ^ooSi9g^^<S9S 

qicooo^ygSooS, 2c, 5c, 3c, 5o, 4c, n. the Code of Criminal Pro- 
cedure. 

OoSo^, 2c,5c, 3c, 2c, n. District Superintendent of Police. 

ooSo'sSog^, 2c, 5c, 3c, 2c, 3c, n. an jwsistant to the above 

officer. 

-ooSiOQ^, 2c, 5c, 3c, 5c, n. a head constable. 

QloowoS, 2c, 5c, 3o, n. a lattice fence usually of bamboo con- 
structed with rhombic interstices, and erected by the side of 
a road peissed by great personages. 
s^l^cS, 2c, 2c, n. ( Cf d8 P. ) a sign of the zodiac of which there 
are twelve, viz., 8^00, 5c, 5c; (J-^OD, 5c, 5c; qSo^B, 2c, 2c; 
joojDoS, 5c, 5c, 3o; o3S, 2c; jo-aS, 2c; o^, Ic; ^OOT., 3c, 
2c; cd-s^, 5c, 5c; >o\<S[, 5c, 2c, 5c; j^, 2c, 85, 3c. 
q|5, 2c, 5c, n. (cpoqP.) a dark planet, visible only when coming 
over the disk of the sun or moon, and causing an eclipse, 
also OD^g^, 2c, 5c. 
Ql joo^, 2c, 5c, 2c, n. Rahula, the son of Prince Siddartha. 
80S, 3m, V. (08 B.) to wind round, encircle, also COoS, 3m. 
1^, 3c, n. (<^SF.) that which appears, mz., matter, considered 
as an object of sense; opposite o^cp, Ic, mind; appearance, 
form, likeness, also OoS, 3c. 
JDCOoS, 3c, 5c, 3o, n. vide .ocooS, 5c, So, a collection, union of 

several parts. 
"oct^, 3c, 5c, 4c, n. (qoq^ P.)- a sylvan deity, a dryad. 
coS, 8c, 4c, n. vide oo3ccS, 3c, 4c. 

ocj, 3c, 5c, n. ( 00 B.), an image, idol, also o^^o^, 3c, 5c. 
^, 3c, 2c, n. vide O^B^, 3c, 2c. 

8(?oS, 2c, 2c, V. ( COD B.) to respect, reverence; to treat with 
respect. 

i^8o5, 2c, 2c. Ic, Ic, V. the same, also o^8cdSj^8o5, 2c, 2c, 

Ic, Ic. 
^8, 4c, V. (^8 B.) to be honest, also co8, 4c 
, 4c, n. {v\t B.) a court house, vide CO, 4c. 
^o, 2c, 5c, n. (^oP.) visibility, appearance. 

JDIOO, 2c, 5c, 2c, 5c, n. ( ooocX) P.) the visible body. 

^OoStSj^cfcS, 2c, 5c, 4c, 4o, 2c, n. the sixteen material heavens. 



coj^ 553 

^O|ooo5oo9c, 2c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 5c, n. ( ^olooao^ P. ) appearance 



seen. 



^o'^^S, 2c, 2c, 2c, n, ("j^*^*! P.) an appearance seen. 
^8"^00[, 2c, So, 2c, 2c, n. ( <|Ocgao P. ) materiality or form, 

of which there are twenty-eight subdivisions. 
c^OO^^^, 2c, 5c, 3c, n. ( cc^ao^ B. ) a bathing garment, alo 

scSoD'i^S, 2c, 5c, 3c. 
C^* , 4o, n. ( CGI B. ) a state of punishment, hell ? abbreviated in 

books from Cjo', 4c, 4k). 
C^'J'/)oSooc|jd6", 4c, 2c, 5c, 5c, 3o, n. (ccpoas^iS' P.) a period 

of pestilence. 
^S, 4o, V. vide cSS, 4o. 
gS, 2c, n. ( 00C5pS B. ) brightness, lustre, abbreviated from J30 

gS, in poetical books. 
goS, 3c, V. *8o5, 3o, ( goO B. ) to recite, repeat from memory, 

also cooS, 3c. 

CD 

The fifteenth letter of the Shan Alphabet and the third 
Consonant in the claiss of liquids. 

00, 5c, n. *c8, 5c, one who is in a state of servitude, a slave, 

"o"[, 3c. 
CO, 5c, n. ^ C. S. ) a younger brother or sister of one's motiter, 

vide ->, 5c. 
00, 5c, n. *c8, 5c, a mountain race in the Shan states east of the 

Salween 
OD, 5c, V. *c8, 5c, to be worn partly thrown off or hanging from 

a person, as a garment; to be torn and hanging over, as a 

ragged garment showing the skin, or as flesh hanging after 

a ragged cut. 
CO, 5c, V. *c8, 5c, to spread out, as a flat dish; to increase, 

spread, as a sore, also eg. 5c. 
c8^, 5c, 3o, V. to be many, numerous, widespread, as the 

subjects of a prince. 
co$, 5c, 5c, a. light in weight, odjjS, 5c, 5c, 2o, having few sins. 
70 



554 co5ao8oo8 

co^-o>c|, 3c, 5c, So, 7*. (coc^oddP.) a sign, token, indication; 

a visible or seii-siblc quality. 
Co5, 4c, n. *cSS, 4c, a post erected for fastening anything; a 

distance of about two miles. 
c8S, 4c, 2o, n. ( c^S B. ) a post set up by the road to mark 

the distance. 
oo5, 4c, 5c, 5c, n. a post around which a horse is trained, 

also co^y, 4c, 5c. 
c8S, 4c, 2c, (or2in,) n. a tenon. 

CoB, 4c, V. (C. S.) to be heavy, not light, vide 9cB, 40. 
co^,. 4c, V. part, denoting certainly, truly. 
o', 4c, 4c, V. pari, the .savie. 

9, 4c, 3c, V. part, an imperative prefix, denoting desire for cer- 
tain obedience, or acquiescence. 
coS, 4c, V. *c8)d, 4c, to act voluntarily, spontaneously. 

"', 4c, 3c, V. the same. 

S, 4c, Sc, V. to wish to cause. 

co^, 4c, V. to be dark, (b.), coS, 4c. 

coB. 4c, 7'. *co.o, 4c, to be clever in management. 

^^S, 4c, 4c, V. to be clever, cuiuiing. 

- c8S, 4c, 4c, V. to be sharj) in looking out for one's own 

interests. 
co-^S, 4c, 1 c, V. to be stupid, incapable of learning. 
cS, 4c, lo, V. to be cunning, shrewd, clever. 
00.80^800, 4c'. Im, T'. to tickle, to have a tickling sensation, in/reg., 

Vide 'iQB'^^^\ 4c, Ini; (CS.) co.Sc8cS, 4c, Im. 
coBcco, 4c, 3o, n. the chrysalis of the silk worm, opi5o8co', 3c, 

3o, 3o. 
co^OjS-OiS, 4c. 4c, 3o. n. (cooSolsoocS B.j a cross for crucifying. 
QoB, 5c, V. *c8.S, 5c, to steal; (K.) 5o. 

/?\, 5c;, 2o, V. lo devise sej.retly. 

-'^^^SqS, 5c, 2o, 5c, Ic, V. the same. 

-V}]-^. ^'. '^"> '^'- ^o love in secret, without the knowledge of 

the pei-son loved. 
^oco^cuC, 5c, 4c, 5c, 4in, v. to steal gc)0'ls or proi)erty, 
cySooo, 5c, 2(), Ic, V. to hide, conceal one's self. 



coBoSoS 565 

cx>iSd^8, 5c, fo, V. to steal and conceal, to hide one^s theft. 
-^ c8oS, 5c, Sm, V. to hide, secrete, conceal. 

yS, 5c, Ic, V. to devise, design clandestinely. 

oS, 6c, 4o, V. to hide, secrete one^s self or something stealtfail/. 

d^S, 6c, 8o, w. to imitate secretly. 

oooSooo|, 5c, 3o, 6c, 8c, v. to talk so as to prevent another 

from hearing. 
o^o^ ^ ^^ ^^' '^' * become like by secret imitation. 
cco^, 5c, Ic, V. to steal. 
c^oS, 5c, 8o, V. the same, 

so^S, 6c, 3o, lo, V. to pass a guard station clandestinely. 
yoS, 5c, 4m, V. to do secretly, 
co^co', 6c, 3c, V. to be tired of hearing, annoyed, disturbed by 

the noise of another. 

ccScocS, 5c, 3c, 5c, 2c, v. the same. 

cOiOoo.ooSo5, 5c, 5c, 5o, 5o, adv. hanging around boldly, as when 

not wanted at meal time. 
CX)0, go, V. *c8^, 2c, to differ from others, whether for better or 

worse, to be singular, uncommon; (K.) 4o. 

yS, 2o, 3o, V. to differ from, be diverse. 

oo', 2o, 4o, V. to be diverse, dissimilar; to exceed, be more 

than common, extraordinary. 
00^, So, n. *coJd, 3c, ten millions, as, co'^f t|Oosi, 5o, Sc, 3o, 8c. 
caSj So, V. *c8B, 3c, to pull, draw, drag along the ground, as 

by elephants; to trail on the ground; to graze, pass over, 

lightly touching. 

oS-sS, 3o, 3c, V. to drag the petticoat on the ground. 
0898x^0^8, 3o, 3c, 3o, 3o, V. the same. 

ffOD"!^, 3o, 5c, V. to pull a cart; to cart. 

co^'OoS, 3o, 3o, n. (cooSsoS B.) the lath of a loom in which the 
weaver's reed is inserted, sometimes Coh'OfS, 3o, 3o. 

co^"0, 3o, 2o, V. (cocShB.'j to be accessory to, to acceot, ap- 
prove, ^ocoSu30, 5c, 4c, Ic; n. a receipt. 

CoJ5ogiS, 3o, 2c, n. (cooSg>SB.) a finger ring. 

co^ooo|8, 3o, 5c, 4c, n. (oooSoDo B.) a carpenter. 

a).8o8o5, 3o, 3m, a. (coaSooS B . j new-fashioned , of inferior quality. 



666 co^j:>\ 

caSogS, So, Sc, n. (cocSosooS B.) a present. 

^o6oo^, So, ftcy 4c, 4k>, n. a bribe to suppress evidence. 

CX>Soo^, So, So, n. ^cooSoooS B.) the time during which a person 

flourishes, an era, 09S, lo. 
CoS'icSf So, So, n. (cooS^oS B,) a weapon. 

SS, So, So, So, H. ^ roS B.) a soldier, a private. 

co-Sjtgi^, So, So, Sc, 2c, . ( 9@o P. ^ the famous 

Sekkya weapon. 
CO.S<5g', So, 4tc, n. (cooS^ B.) an amulet, also coS6^ , So, 5c. 
-jaSco^, So, 4*c, 2c, So, n. a charm to insure profit on the 

sale of goods. 
coSwcjS, So, So, n. (cooSaoS B.) a signature. 
coc^, So, 5c, 2c, n, (oDoSwg B.) an executioner. 
cooo, So, 5<3, w. (cxJoScj B.) persons or things captured in war; 

booty. 
cx>.S(i^6, So, 4)05 n. (co^coO^Sg B.) the original, the first produced, 

used of goods in market; a. old-fashioned. 
CoScd, 4o, lo, n. (K.) a flat wooden spoon used in cooking, vide 

J3.So5, 2o, So. 
coS, Ic, n. *c88, Ic, the back; what is placed on the back of 

an ox, as, ooSt[, Ic, Sc, a pair of panniers; coSa|, Ic, Sc, a 

measure of four 006, lo, capacity, equivalent to two '??, 

Ic; prep, and adv. behind, back, after. 

O'Jl, Ic, 4c, n. the roof of a thatched house. 

c8'>C, Ic, Ic, n. the upper part of the foot. 

^8, Ic, 4c, n. the back of the hand. 

S*^? lc 4> ^- the roof of a house. 

Co, Ic, n. (C.S.) skin, z>ide c6, Ic. 

co, Ic, . a house; a aux. for houses, buildings. 

CX)S, Ic, V. *c86, Ic, to produce a sound, ctocoS, 5c, Ic, to 

thunder. 

o^, Ic, 4<c, V. the same. 

cj, Ic, 2o, V. to produce a tinkling sound. 

coS, 2c, n. *c8S, 2c, lye, ^coS, 5c, 2c. 
CoS, 2c, pnp. (C. S.) 77ic?g >>, 2c. 
Oo5jo|, Xc, /^c, n. fcooSo B.) poetry. 



coS, 2c, V. to move quickly, smftly, with the sense of downward 

motion. 
ooS, 2c, 4o, V. to be precipitous, steep. 
co, 2c, 2c, adv. quickly, swiftly, aometimes, 3c, 3c, (b,^, used 

with CO*, Ic, wid c8c^, 3o. 
ooSc8Cc88, 2c, 2c, 2c, 2c, ade. the same. 
co6, 3c, n. an upright stick, or timber resting on another piece 

and used as a support. 
00*, 3c, Ic, n. an upright piece of wood in a plough, ooScoS 

oo', 3c, 3c, Ic. 
- ^> ^1 4o, n. an upright beam, ooSco8, 3c, 3c, 4o. 
cd, 3c, v. (C. S.) to sit, vide ^cS, 3c. 
CO*, 3c, 3c, V. (C.S.) sit* here. 
Co, 3c, V. *c8, 3c, to be enlsu'ged from use beyond its proper 

size, is a hole. 
coS, lo, V. *c8S, Ic. to make fly away, as chaff, to winnow. 
"oo, lo, 3c, V. the same. 
Co8, 2o, n. *c8, 2c, a cutaneous disease appearing in white spots 

on the skin. 
o'["8, 2o, Ic, 4c^ . a cutaneous disease appearing in specks on 

the skin. 
<B^, 2o, 2o, 71. a cutaneous disease appearing in large, white 

spots on the skin. 
CO*, 2o, 4o, t). to be marked with different colors, not uniform 

in color; adv. having only an imperfect knowledge, a smat- 
tering. 
ooSoS, 2o, 4o, n. (oo6o^i B.) a round tray standing on legs, 

often used when eating. 
OoS, 3o, n. space beneath a house, cgcoS, 3c, 3o. 
oo8, So, V. *c68, &c, to be numb, benumbed by cold, jdo5cd8, 

4c, 3o. 
ooS, 3o, V. to accord, be suitable, sufficient, as, co6c8jo5, 3o, Ic, 

4m. 
oo8, 4o, . *c8S, 4c, a child, vide OO^S, 3c. 
Co, 4o, n. *c6S, 4c, (oo B, j a high raised frame, stage, scaffold, 

6go8, 2m, 4o. 



658 eoo5o'Scx)j^'>S 

CoSc8. 40. 4c. n. a tower in a fortification. 

co, 4o, n. (C.S.j a sister, t/irftf vcS, 46. 

oo, 4o, V. *c86, 4c, to bail out, as a well; to reiuovo any .sub- 
stance, as to dig away earth or buslics which hinder water 
from flowing as into a paddy lield. 

C08, 4o, 7'. *c8, 4c, /cjS H.jto be at the bottom, foundation, to 
be dee|)-scated. 

008. 4o, 4(), adx'. for a very long time; at the Ix^ginning. 

coS, 4o, pi-. (K.) which, a substantive particle, tide ysQC^S, Ic. 

coSoo, i'O, 5c, 7i. (coS<oo B.) a vulture: vide s>coo, 4o, 5c. 

Co5cX)'?S, 4o, 4o, 7/. a sail. 

CoSc^-^S, 4o, 4c, fj. (coSjcoEs B.) a tree under which Gaudarna 
is said to have sat. 

<X)S, 5o, n. a kind of very pure silver, cqScoS, 4c, 5o. 

c88, 5o, 2o, 71. the .s/i7/u\ 

co5, 5o, V. *c8, ,5c, to cleanse with water, to rinse. 

- c~o9, 5o, 4c, V. to gargle the throat. 

wqSodSSS, 5o, .So, 5o, 4o, 7). to sweep away the existing institu- 
tions of a country. 

Co8/3^S, .5o, iio, V. to roll, tura over, as a horse. 

cocoS, 5c. 3o, fidv. assertive ending, as, ./:^8cocaS, So, 5c, 3o. 

cooS, 3c, V. (K ) to cover with earth and eat, as a white ant; 
(C. S.) .So, vida coS, 3o. 

oooS, 4c, V. *c83^, 4c, to make straight; to unbend; to make a 
short cut, as a'tross a field; to go by a cross way or road. 

Cgo:5oS>"oY, 4c, ] c, 4c, 4c, t*. to go contrary to one's inclina- 

tion as whei) assuming a pleasant exterior although angry 
at licart. 

06, 4c, 5c, 91, a short water channel connecting one body of 

water v.illi anoilier, or subtending tlie bend of a river. 
O^^ojcooS. 2o, 2o, tidv. with shoi't (juiclc motions, as fish out of 

wnW'i ; coTivnl;;ively , with ii'iegulnr spnsifis, C/Jcu, 3m; fiLso 

us.-d v.-itl, ^:.8, 3c. 

cSoS'>'^c/>, 2<), 2o, 2c, 2c, adv. the A/nnc. 

orioS, 3'>, 7). "(QrS, 3c, io speak, say. tell. 

- .ocScoi^v/?, 3o, ]c, ] c, Ic. V. to di.scus.s in coiiver-riLlon , 



cooS o^co|C98 559 

cooS/31 , So, Sc, V. to appraise. 

J0]coo5 ', So, 3c, So, Ic, V. the same. 
-g, 3o,4o, V. to talk. 

^"s, So, 4o, Ic, V. to hesitate or falter in speaking. 

^coof-co*, So, 4o, So, 3c, r. to engage in familiar conversation, 

talk, chat. 
-pc8. So, 4o, Ic, V. to speak peaceably, in a friendly manner. 
- *po8<Sco8, So, 4o, 4ic, Ic, V. to speak unguardedly. 
- So5, So, Sc, V. to catch in conversation. 

"SoScooSo*, So, Sc, So, 2o, v. the same. 

SijoooScfo', So, 4o, So, 5o, t;. to be circuitous in speech, ma- 
noeuvre in language. 

c', So, So, V. to be obedient; to be easily spoken. 

^ c'co^c', So, So, Ic, So; c'o^*, So, So, Sc, So, v. the same. 

c*vS<5o*, So, So, Ic, 2c, V. to speak easily, fluently. 

co6'co<S'co6'oS, So, 4c, 4o, 4c, 2o, v. to speak repeatedly of 

something, as of absent friends or anything one regrets the 

loss of. 
coS, So, So, V. to speak concerning a matter. 
- C01, So, Ic, V. to consider, discuss with others. 
ootS, So, 4o, V. to give a verbal message; to say and not do; to 

dictate, as to an amanuensis. 

coS, So, 5o, V. to mean what is said. 

- co5oDo5o], So, 5o, So, Sc, V. the savie. 

oo^c88. So, 2c, Sc, V. to speak bluntly the unvarnished truth. 

ooJBcooSoo, So, Sc, So, Ic, v. to speak in the way of angry 

disputation. 

TOlSj So, 4c. V. to institute a lawsuit; to discuss a doctrine. 

c6coo5^8, So. Sc, So, lo, V. to talk evasively. 

o8So88, So, Ic. Sc, V. to slander, defame; lesf,' freq., to speak 

well of a person. 

c8Sc88c8SoSS, So, Ic, Sc, Ic, Im, v. the same. 

cjS. So, lo, V. to show, point out, disclose, tell. 
ooS, So, Jc, V. the same. 

o^co^ca^, So, Ic, Ic, Ic, v. to show something by speaking, 

to instruct. 



660 co^S 

cooSc^^, So, 5o, . to exaggerate. 

o^ScooScSS, 3o, 5o, 3o, lo, V. the same. 

ciJB, 80, 3o, V. to speak nonsense. 

(jooo5c"^^, So, So, So, 2c, V. the same. 

cSxjScooScSoS, So, So, So, Sc, v. hint, allude to, to insinuate. 

. cSoS, So, 4c, V. to speak without authority whether loore or 

less than instructions; to tell something which should not 

hav been told. 
(fo*, So, 2c, V. to speak easily, fluently. 

j8cooSc(g^, So, So, So, 2c, V. to banter, to joke, to talk fun. 
006", So, 2o, V. to be disobedient, headstrong; to speak with 

difficulty . 

OD;Sog9&oO(S, So, 2o, Ic, 2o; oo<5oooSc8c^ So, 2o, So, 4m, 
V. the same. 

cocoo5"[, So, 2c, So, Sc, v. to talk at random, as a frightened 
or deranged person. 

^co<Soo, So, 5c, Ic, , to talk about one behind his back. 

c8cS, So, Sm, V. to say in fun, to say a thing without intend- 
ing to have it taken literally. 

cScScooScco'L So, Sm, So, Sc, v~ the same. 

c88, So, lo, . to exaggerate. 

8o8ooo5cfo', So, 4c, So, 5o, v. to catch in conversation. 

o'^oo'oo', So, 5c, 4o, lo, lo, V. to speak definitely, positively. 
B^aScSoSoO'sS, So, Sc, So, 4c, Ic, v. to provoke a quarrel. 

^>>0, So, 5c, 2c, V. to tsril stories. 

iao^, So, 5c, 5c, V. to put a case into court. 

jaoocp. So, 5c, 2o, v. to lay claim to an inheritance. 

cooSoDoS, So, So, adv. ^ C. S. ) longer than is proper, vide /jJd 

co^, 2o, 2o. 
CO, Ic, n. *c8>S, Ic, a hard, indurated bunch in the flesh; a 

tumor, induration. 
. B'>S-0'[, Ic, Ic, Lc, V. to have an induration in the groin. 
86", lc, 2c, n. a swelling of the tonsils, an induration in the 

lower jaw, 
CO 98, lc, V. *c8'>S, lc, to fly out of, be loosed from its place, 

as a cork expelled from a bottle by any fermenting liquor. 



oo>S 5(51 

CO'^S^jco^S'^oS, Ic-, 2c, Ic, 4c, V. to go and come repeatedly. 

OODoS/jg-S. lc> ''ic, Ic, 2c, V. to go in and out in quick succession. 

- o8cp, Ic, Im, V. the same a8 co>S, Ic. 

^^> Ic, 6c, V. to run away. 

o', Ic, 3o, V, to flee, fly from. 

COvS, Ic, t'. *cO'>S, Ic, to move in a crooked, 7.igzag way, as a 

drunken man. 

cS'^gJSSB, Ic, Ic, 'Ic, 4o, V. the same. 

CO?S, 2c, a. aux. used of a fold of anything, leaves of a book 

or stories of a building. 
CC^S, 2c, V. *c8>S, 2c, to break down, as a decayed beam in a 

house, to fall out, as the bottom of a pot; to come to ruin, 

to be hollow, as sunken cheeks; aho to crack the knuckles, 

emit sound, as the knuckles; to snap the trigger of a gun. 
8*8, 2c, 4c, V. to be broken in pieces, as a piece of silver for 

trade. 
CO, 2c, lo, V. to be hollow, sunken, as the cavity of the eye 

when the eye is destroyed. 
CO^ScoS, 2c, 2c, adv. with the agitated motion of boiling water. 

cS'^ScS'^S, 2c, 2c, 2c, 2c, adv. the same. 

ccs-SoaS, 2c, 2c, V. to conduct one's self in a bold, forward 

manner, to act rudely, disrespectfully in the presence of 

one's elders, also 5o, 2o, and 2o, 2o. 
CO'^S, 8c, V. *c8'^, 3c, to stoop and enter, to go under; to go 

through, as a bar through a hole in a post or thread through 

the eye of a needle. 
8o5, 3c, 3c, V. to disappear, as water in a hole. 
- CO, 3c, lo, V. to sink into water, whellier remaining sunk oi' 

not. 
cSoSodqS'SS, 3c, 2o, 3c, 4o, v. to make one's way through 

jungle thickets. 
co-^S, 3c, adv. (C. S.) there, X'ule ocr??, 3c. 

C09?.0T-S, ic, I'C, adv. dilif';eiitlv, assidnonr.ly, qnicl^ly, ^oS, -lin. 
cocS, 5c, n. {C. S.) tb.at, r-'ulc -^c^S, 5c. 
COoS, lo, u. *a'>oS, 1 c, a grniulchild ; tlie child of n In'otlier or 

sister, a nephew (,m' nicee. 
71 



662 co^9goS 

OOoS'ocS, lo, \o, n. the husband of a granddaughter or niece. 

CO*, lo, 4o, n. a grandson, a nephew. 

S, lo, 5c, n. the wife of a grandson, or nephew. 

c86, lo, 4c, n. a granddaughter; a niece. 

- JS^^codSc^, lo,2c, lo, Ic, 71. a grandchild or nephew or niece 
of one's own blood. 

COS, 2o, n. 'cSaS, 2c, (cj^ B.) an enemy, vide 0'>8, 2o; v. to 
do evil to, (b.). 

^>^> 2o> ^Oi '^^ to ^o ^vil to, injure. 

O&98, 2o, . to be free from, to be without; to leave out some- 
thing, as the corners of a field when ploughing; to be irreg- 
ular in one's times. 

OOoS, 2o, 3c, V. the same. 

009S, 3o, V. *c8^, 3c, to be tender, yielding, soft, as anything 
well cooked, or decaying flesh of a dead body. 

ocS, 3o, 2o, V. the same. 

CO9S, 4o, n. a thin sheet of anything. 

, 4o, 4c, n. bands of gold rolled up for ear plugs. 

8'^^, 4o, 4c, n. bands of silver rolled up for ear plugs. 

00^, 4o, V. ^cQ-aS, 4c, to lop, cut off, as a limb of a ti'ee. 

009C, 5o, n. *c89S, 5c, one million. 

COoS, 5o, V. *c8$, 5c, to be broken off, detached, severed, as 
skin abraded; to be bare without vegetation, as mountains; 
to be bald. 

coh, 5o, Sc, V. the same. 

C0(Sy 4c, V. *<SS, 4c, to be dark. 

088, 4c, 2c, t^. to be dark; to be morally dark. 

088006*6, 4c, 2c, 4c, 4c, V. to be dark. 

oSSoDtJoDS, 4c, 2c, 4c, 2c, v. the same. 

CX)<S, 4c, V. *c8<S', 4c, to shut, as the eyes; to erase; to put out,, 
as fire; to sleep. 

OOI- 4c, Ic, V. to shut the eves. 

ooi^coS, 4c, Ic, 4c, V. to resent, show ill will towards a person 

by closing the eyes. 

v^'>8 006*8 0$, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, V. to blink, twinkle. 

9cS, 4c, 2c, V. to rub out, erase. 



coSooS 563 

CoSq*, 4c, 3c. v. to have the eyes shut from languor or thought. 

00^, 5c, V. (C. S.) to count, enumerate, vide 'iQiS, 5c. 

00(5, 5c, V. *c86', 5c, to conceal, screen from view; (K.^ So. 

jd8, 5c, 3c, V. to protect by interposing. 

-acicosSooi, 5c, 3c, 5c, Ic, v. to screen the eyes. 

CO, 5c, 4o, V. to be sheltered from the wind. 

?, 6c, 5o, V. the same as cocJ, 5c. 

y''Sl' ^*^' ^* ^^' ^' * disappear. 

co^, 5c, w. *c86', 5c, to rub one substance on another in order 

to sharpen or polish. 
(Sa, 5c, 5c, V. to sharpen a dah. 

80S, 5c, 3c, V. to sharpen a knife. 

006*, 5c, 2o, V. to sharpen a sword. 

oo<5, 2o, n. *c8S', 2c, a sword suspended from the shoulder or 

side. 
- 008, 2o, lo, n. the same. 

-o'"!?, 2o, lo, 4c, . a long slender sword, a lance. 
o^^*, 2o, lo, 3c, n. the same. 

c68, 2o, 4o, n. the same as 006", 2o. 

c88o'oocS, 2o, 4o, lo, 4c, n. a sword or knife with a square, 

blunt end. 
c88o'o6, 2o, 4o, lo, Ic, n. a sword or knife with a triangular 

end. 
co<5, 2o, V. *c8(S, 2c, to fear, to be afraid, to not dare; (K.) 4o. 
ootJ, 3o, n. *c86', 3c, (cO(S B.) anything obtained by gift, a pres- 
ent, gift. 
OOcSojDI, 3o, 3c, 5c, 2c, n. an unusual increase in property, as 

by a fine crop. 
coS, 3o, V. *c8iS', 3c, (cocS B.) to be empty, vacant, disengaged. 
08, 3o, 2c, V. the same. 
ayS, 3o, V. to halt, stop, applied to deities, oo8(;^^co6', 3c, Ic 

3o. 
ODiS, 3o, V. to cover, as water rising and overflowing its banks, 

and as white ants cover with earth and destroy. 
ootyootS, 3o, 3o, V. (K.) to whisper, vide ogtSoSiS, 5c, 5o. 
Co6cQ(S, 4o, 4o, adv. wauderingly, restlessly. 



664 co8 

co5, vide o5. 

008, Ic, n. *c88, Ic, a lever. 

>9<^> Ic, 5c, n. the same. 

"6, Ic, ^O; n. a round stick used as a roller over which timber 

is moved. 
C08, Ic, n. *c88, Ic, a deep hole sinking into the earth, very 

common among the limestone mountains of the Shan States, 

^008, 4c, Ic. 
008, Ic, V. *c68, Ic, to smooth with a knife; to hew. 
C08, 2c, n. *c88, 2c, an upland field, a jungle; (K.j 4c. 

r', 2c, Sc, n. the same. 

C08, 2c, V. *c88, 2c, to persuade, to coax, used of children and 

animals, (K.^ 4c. 
^"^T? 2c, 4c, V. to pacify, coax. 
c6co8c"0^, 2c, Ic, 2c, 4c, . to pacify either one's self or an 

other. 
C08, 8c, n. *c88, 3c, spirituous liquor. 
cc8, 3c, 3o, n. fermented liquor, in Burma made of rice. 

88, 3c, 3o, n. a preparation to induce fermentation. 

^6, 3c, 3o, n.& preparation of rice used by the Red Karens, 

to which water is added from time to time, as needed, pro- 
ducing an intoxicating drink. 

8, 3c, 2o, n. distilled liquor. 

C08, .3c, V. *c88, Sc, to address; to take a case to a magistrate. 

co8co8'a'>S, 3c, 3c, 8c, Ic, n. to address, make a request to 

officials. 

06, 3c, lo, V. to address, to request, to ask. 
cooS, 3c, 3o, V. to address (a superior j. 

o', 3c, 5c, V. the same. 

C08, 3c, V. (C. S.) to be putrid, rotten, vide 9c6. 8c. 

cob, 4c, n. *c86, 4c, a species of reed. 

C08, 4c, V. *c88, 4c, to be long and straight, as bamboo, or a 
slender person; to be of a slender, graceful form, as a 
maiden; a. aual. applied to guns, weaver's reeds and flutes. 

oS, 4c, 3c, n. a gun barrel. 

Od8, 4c, n, (C.S.j a cog, vide <j^*, 3c. 



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008, 5c, n. *c86, 5c, a place for keeping hens, '>8jo'co8jo*, 4, Xc, 

6c, 2c. 
006, lo. V. (C. S.) to be in a fever, mde oco, lo. 
006, lo, n. *c8S, Ic, a star; a. starred, spotted, as a bulloek; 

(C.S.)3o. 
jo'koo^, lo, 2c, 2c, n. a certain constellation of two stars. 
- -Q^) lo, 4fC, n, a comet. 
006, lo, 5o, n. the Great Bear, Ursa Major. 

08008, lo, Sc,3o, n. a meteor. 

w^'^, lo, 2o, 2o, n. the constellation of the Southern Cross. 
|g6, lo, Ic, 4c, n. the evening star; the Shans say dogs 

watch for it hoping to be fed before it sets. 
uooS) lo, 2c, 71. a falling star, a meteor; ^coScocS, 3c, lo, 

2c, the dust of a falling star. 

006, lo, lo, w. the morning star. 

8, lo, ^c, n. the Pleiades. 

C08, 3o, V. *c86 3c, to be in excess as water in a stew; to be 

thin, as liquid. 
C08, 3o, z;. *c88, 3c, to be drawn aside, awry, <^'>8co8, 40, 3o, 

to be oblong. 
C08, 3o, n. a bone, not used alone, COv5oo8, 2c, 3o. 
008, 4o, n, a Shan or Tai race beyond the Cambodia, east of 

Kengmai. 
008, 4o, V. *c88, 4c, to go about, walk about. 

CcS, 4o, 2o, V. the same. 

008, 5o, V. (C.S.) to bend, pull down, vide '>c8, 5o. 

000, 5c, 5c, n. a race of mountaineers east of the Salweeu, near 

the borders of China, o, 5c. 
C08S00.S8, oc, 3o, 5c, lo, n. a race of people northeast of Bankok. 
od, Ic, a. *cS, Ic, dark, of a black color. 
00^, Ic, Ic, V. to act at random; to act without reference to 

others. 

oO'sSoBSoc], Ic, Ic, Ic, Ic, V. the same. 

c88, Ic, Ic, V. to act in a contrary manner. 
o*, Ic, 4c, a. beautifully black. 
v9C, Ic, 4c, a. the saute. 



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&2cS, Ic, 4o, a. deep black. 

3, Ic, 3c, a. polished black. 

jjii^, Ic, 6c, 6c, a. fine black. 

c6. Ic, V. (C.S.) to be many, to abound; a. many, vidf -ac, lo. 

c6, Ic, V. *c6, Ic, to dive, go beneath; (K.j 8c. 

9C, Ic, 5c, V. the same. 

9^9c3, Ic, 5c, 2g, v. to dive for a long time. 

6o^t Ic, lo, V. to be exposed to rain. 

c8o5, Ic, 2o, V. to expose one's self to the sun. 

c6. Ic, n. (K.) the handle of an instrument, vide /J^S, 4c. 

C^ 2c, V * CO, 2c, to be deep, as a hole made in the groimd, 

cS, 6c; (K.) 4,c. 
o5, 2c, So, V. vide cX)\(iS, 2c, 3o. 
o5, 3c, n. *cS, Sc, (Laos) a house, cq5, Ic, 3c; cB^oScSoS, le, 

4o, Ic, 3c, the guardian spirit of a family. 
o5, 8c, V. (C. S. j to strike downwards, as in digging, to dig, vide 

9C, 3c. 
o5, 4c, n. *cS, 4c, anything long and round, as the trunk of a 

tree. 
p, 4c, 4o, . a line or sentence of words. 
's>V, 4c, 4c, n. the neck. 
- o*, 4c, 6c, w. the trunk of a tree. 

28, 4c, 4c, n. the fingers. 

CO, 4c, n. a wall, as of a city. 

85, 4c, 4m, n. the wall of a city. 

o5, 4c, V. o8, 4c, to follow; to pursue after, COcS, 4o; (K.) 6. 
- JQ, 4c, 4o, V. to repeat the words of another. 

eg, 4c, 4c, J?, the same as o5, 4c. 

mS/300, 4c, 4m, Ic, V. to pursue and seize. 

- c^iS, 4c, 3c, V. to pursue after, to chase. 

c&SS, 4c, 2o, n, (cod^S B.) a porpoise. 

o6o5, 4c, 4c, adv. without stopping, continuously, with o', 8c, to 

bow down in worship without suffering interruption. 
c5o^, 4c, 4c, n. destiny, fate, fortune. 
c6, 4c, V. (Laos.) to be savory, delicious, as, oScS^CoSca^coS, 

4c, 5c, 5o, lo, 6o. 



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c6, 5c, n. ^C. S.) water, ^, 5c. 

co'od', 5c, 4o, lo, V. (C. S.) to drool, mde jdo^oS, 5c, 3c. 
o6c6cc6cc6, 5c, 5c, 3c, 3c, adv. derived from o5cc6, 5c, 8c. 
o6cc8, 5c, 3c, V. to hting about a person for food or employment. 
o6c88, 5c, 3o, V. the same as o&ccS, 5c, 3c. 
c6, lo, n. (C. S.) a thorn, vide -ac, lo. 

c6, lo, V. *cS, Ic, to hold in the fire; to cook anything in a 
bamboo placed in the fire; (K.) 4o. 

05, 2o, n. *cS, 2c, (ooo5 B.) a flag, an ensign. 

C35, 2o, V. *cS, 2c, (^ B.j to surround, encircle, dUo o, So. 

06, 3o, n. *co, 3c, an oar, a flat wooden spoon. 
"ooSj^S, 3o, 4c, lo, n. the helm, rudder. 

5c5^S, 3o, 3c, 3c, n. an instrument prepared with beeswax, 
for waxing the warp, vide /39Sc6"6cSS, 4c, 3o, 3c, 3c. 

COO] <J, 3o, 4c, 2c, n. the flat piece of board used for press- 
ing a woven thread into its place. 

cJo', 3o, 4o, n. the same as C\5, So. 

00*88, So, 4o, 4o, n. the same. 

Sc, So, 4o, n. an official at the court of a prince who ha^ in charge 
the business connected with one or more divisions ( JJ^S, 2o,) 
of the state. 

o5, 3o, V. *cS, 3c, to tether; to cause delay. 

cgo5c9, 3o, Ic, 3o, 4c, V. to have one's desire or plan lengthen 
out by delays. 

a^tSo5-g, So, 4o, So, 4o, v. to drop a subject temporarily before 
the discussion is finished. 

- OqSoS^S, 3o, 4c, So, 5c, 'v. to extend rn time far beyond one's 
plans. 

o'J'.B'jS, 3o, 5c, 3c, Ic, v. to tie out an animal to eat. 

c6, 4o, V. *cS, 4c, to transmit impetus, as from one thing to 
another; to propagate, as fire from one house to anotlier, 
or sound; to be persistent in a purpose, when not desirable, 
o5wg|op8^|, 4o, 2c, 4c, 2c, to spread out. 

o5, 4o, V. *cS, 4c, (oo^i B.) to estimate quantity or extent with- 
out measuring, to conjecture, guess. 

- 00\8, 4o, 4c, V. the same. 



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o5c8, 40, Ic, V. to be good at guessing. 

o5o5, 00, 5o, adv. with a hungry manner, hungrily, cravingly. 

coi, Ic, V. *c8, Ic, to suspend from the shoulder, to carry (in 

the womb); a. aux. for children, as, C0^co6c0|, 3c, Ic, Ic. 
"O, Ic, 4c, n. a mother, 
cc8, Ic, 4c, V. the same as 1st def. 
08s, Ic, lo, n. a mother, honorific. 
cdS, Ic, 2c; ccS, Ic, 4o; <?y^, Ic, 2c; jsg, Ic, 2c, 

n. the same. 
COI , Ic, V. (C. S.) to be thick, not thin, vide ocj^, Ic. 
coicScoi^c^, Ic, Ic, Ic, 4c, V. to act under the influence of a 

strong determination, to act with the feelings repressed, used 

with \i, 4c, and j^\, 2c. 
COI, 2c, V. *c8, 2c, to abuse in words, scold, revile. 
C08, 2c, Ic, V. the same. 

co'[, 2c, adv. (C. S.) very, exceedingly, vide oc^, 2c, 
coicoo^, 2c, 2c, n. public crier. 
001 JD, 2c, 5c, n. passion, desire, 
cojw^, 2c, 3o, V. to have cupidity, be covetous, c6^, 2c, 3o. 

C0"[8cp, 2c, 3o, 2c, 4o, v. the same. 

ooiQcSoDloo^c, 2c, 3o, 2c, 4c, v. to be steep, precipitous, 6is a 

cliff. 
001^, 3c, V. *c8, 3c, to be high, as the sun, to be late in the 

forenoon; rarely used in reference to the afternoon, as, coi 

0S, 3c, 4c. 
- (XKoS8, 3c, 5c, lo, Ic, Ty. to be too late, past the time to plant. 
aDCC^'jcoc^^S, 3c, 5c, Ic, lo, v. to be so late that rains have 

come. 
cSoco]8, 3c, 5c, 3c, Ic, V. the same. 
co\, 3c, n. (C. S.) tiie face, vide '^\, 3c. 
OOjccS, 3c, So, n. the South. 

COIO^, 3c, 3c, n. (C. S.) a door, vide cSdBoo, 4c, Ic. 
CO|l, 4c, n. (coD8 B.j a mule, cco^co"[, 3c, 4c. 
CO]8, 4c, (^6j n. (C. S.j a rice field made so as to be irrigated, 

vide '>c'[i, 4c. 
00]!, 4c, {Q)v .part. (C. S. j a polite imperative particle, -vide 9C||, 4c. 



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ao\%, 4c, V. *c8, 4c, to be clear, pleasant, OO^CX)!, 2c, 2c; a. de- 
noting anything very prominent, as, co'co]8, Ic, 4c, high 
and long mountains, 98ca^s, 4o, 4c, a lofty and long 
building. 

co"[g, 4c, 4c, adv. intensive, generally with a negative. 

c8, 5c, V. *co, 5c, to be unable to discharge urine from disease, to 
have calculus. 

-oS, 5c, 2o, n. calculi formed in the bladder. 

.8, 5c, 3o, n. a discharge of pus or matter from the male 
genital organ, S-^ScSo^, Im, 5c, So. 

CoJB, 2c, V. *oo^, 2c, to make a sweep downward while flying; 
to dart about, as children trying to escape others in play. 

c85, 3c, n. a book, co', 4o. 

00 0|, 3c, 5c, 5c, 2c, n. (oDgol P.) the book containing the 

ordination service of Buddhist priests. 

c-zg^cp^, 3c, 2c, 2c, n. a public notification, or an advertise- 
ment. 

"^828, 8c, 4o, 4o, n. a history, 8c8<:S, 4c, 2o, 

cSodS'O'^, 3c, 2c, 2o, 2o, Ic, n. a written petition. 

ODOoS, 3c, 5c, 4o, n. a newspaper. 

oooSoo', 3c, 3o, 5o, 7t. a book which one cannot read, because 
written backward or in another language or in derision, 
or because he cannot read at ali. 

c8^, 8c, 3o, . a writing indicating a secret depository. 

cS, 3c, 2c, n. a writing on palm leaf. 

o'oocoS, 3c, 2c, 5c, 4o, n. a public notification or advertise- 
ment. 

60S, 3c, 2o, n. a letter or epistle. 

cBo5c8^t>8, 3c, 3c, 3c, 4o, n. an invitation. 

fiB, 3c, 2o, n. a friendly letter in poetical style; a love letter 

g, 3c, 2c, n. the same as c8^<Bo5c8JSo8, 3c, 3c, 3c, 4o. 

cooS, 3c, 3o, n. prose writing as distinguished from poetical 
writing, c83cy^, 8c, 4c. 

coSco-aS, 3c, 3c, 4c, r. a written petition. 

coScooS, 8c, 3c, 3o, n. a written report. 

co', 3c, 4o, n. writings, books. 

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cG^co'o'cS, 3c, 4<o, lo, 2c, n. the same. 
- oiS, 3c, So, n. tridtf c8^.8, 3c, 2o, 

sy'j', 3c, 4c, w. poetical writings && distinguished from prose. 

ao'>S<joS/>a'>SOfS, 3c, Ic, 4c, Ic, 2o, n. a bill of divorce, 

c8S, 3c, V. (C. S.) to administer a charm, vide q^B>, 3c. 

c8^, 4c, V. *oo, 4c, to squint the eye, to partially close it. 

00 p, 4c, 4o, V. to close one eye and sight with the other, as 

in firing a gun. 
c8^, 4m, n. *oo, 4o, iron. 

j^S, 4m, 4o, n. the spindle in a spinning wheel. 
c8, 4m, 4c, n a borer, drill, awl, piercer. 

oSw'a^, 4m, 2c, 5c, 5c, n. (00006 B.) steel. 

-sc, 4m, 5c, n. a very hard and heavy metal found in water, 

used in counterfeit silver. 

o'6d% 4ra, 2o, 4c, 71. iron used to strike a fire. 
cS^, 4m, 2o, n. tin. 

''^c'[t, 4m, 2o, 4c, n. an iron nail. 

'co|t, 4m, 2o, 4c, n. ^C. S.) the same. 
gf^j 4m, 3c, n, a gimlet. 

c8(S, 4m, 4c, n. unwrought iron. 
C08. 4m, 3o, n. a saw. 

cS, 4m, 2c, n. a gimlet. 

g-S, 4m, 4c, n. a crooked iron used for seizing articles. 
5l[)^o5, 4m, 4c, 3c, n. a plate of iron perforated with hole* 
through which metal is drawn when making wire. 

>/5^3, 4m, 5c, n. very soft iron. 

cS^, om, V. *coB, 5o, to be small, little. 

c^?^, 5m, 2c, 2c, lo; aj', 5m, 5c, v. the same. 

^-^S, 5m, 2c, V. to be small; to be young. 

cS^, 2o, V. to be bruised, broken in pieces, ground to particles, 58 
cooco^, 5m, 2o, 2o, to reduce to fine particles by chewing. 

coo, 2o, lo, V. to be reduced to particles. 

6jh, .'io, o. ^coh, '3o, to hook with the horns, as an ox; to push, 
as with the elbows. 

cgcoo^cg, 3o, 2c, 4c, 2c, v. the same. 

cJij, ;io, V. *c8, 3c, to change, exchange. 



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dBi>09S, So, Ic; *g', 80, 3c; (^oS, 80, 8c; co', 3o, 80; 

>ao, 3o, Ic, V. the same. 

c8S, 8c, p. *coS, 2c, to be uneven, having one side higher than 
the other; to be set on one side, to incline, cQStP, 2c, 3c. 

C06, 2c, 3c, V. to be bent aside, deflected from a straight 

course, to be winding. 

086, 2c, V. *ooS, 2c, (c8<S B.) to be deceitful. 

^g^^j ^> 2o, V, ( GS B.^ to lay aside the yellow cloth for a 
time, as a novitiate. 

c86, 4c, n. *coS, 4c, a monkey. 

oS, 4)C, So, n. the white-eye-lid monkey. 

iOqScSS, 4c, 80, lo, n. a kind of monkey; the fisher monkey? 

- ^8, 4c, Ic, n. a kind of monkey. 

c8S, 4c, lo, n. the ordinary small red monkey. 

o3, 4c, 4o, n. the slow loris,^ Bengal sloth. 

c86co^, 4c, Ic, n. the Sekkya prince. 

cB8, 6c, V. to avoid, to shun. 

y^8J5^6, 5c, 2o, 4o, 2o, v. to be skilful in parrying. 

c68, Im, V. ( C. S. ) to thrust into or through by pressing, vide 
98s, 2m. 

c8S, 4m, n. property, goods, clothing, "^ocSS, 4c, 4m. 

c8S, 6m, V. *co8, 5o, to bear, bring forth, give birth to; to be 
bom; to feed, nourish, cherish; to give a meal, feed. 

ScS, 5m, 2o, V. the same as 1st def. 

"8, 6m, 8c, V. to feed, 

coco<S, 5m, 3c, 3o, v, to offer a present in order to propi- 
tiate some unknown power and facilitate prosperity in bus- 
iness or whatever one undertakes. 

c6, 6m, Ic, V. to support life. 

06, 5m, 4c, V. to set a feast before one. 

O'sS, 5m, Ic, V. to feed, nourish, cherish. 

- c, 5m, Ic, V. to offer to the nats, to feed the nats. 

(ScSdS, 5m, Ic, Ic, t;. to bury in the ground an offering to the 

ground nat. 
o6oocB, 6m, 3c, 4c, Ic, v. to offer to nats. 

Oo, 5m, 3c, V. to bear a child. 



672 c8Sco6 

c88co, 5in, Ic, w. to tend carefully, feed, foster. 

08, Sm, 4c, V. to feed cattle. 

o'c8c8, 5m, 5c, Ic, Ic, v. to treat tenderly, take good care of, 

/od5, 5m, 5c, 3o, V. to support Hfe. 

c8, lo, a. *c88, Ic, red. 

h^ lo, 2c, a. reddish purple, maroon. 

2^, lo, 2o, a. very red. 

gS, lo, 2c, a. pale red, pink, as when the face is exposed to 

cold. 
"6, lo, So, a. shining red of a bright shade. 
cSS^S, lo, 4(0, 4<o, a. red, scarlet. 

C0S5S, ]o, 4c, 4c, a. bright scarlet. 

co8^S, lo, 4e, 4c, a. the same. 

'>^, lo, 2c, a. pale red, pink. 

^-sS, lo, 2o, a. of a dull, faded red color. 

', lo, 2c, a. red. 

c S, lo, Ic, a. red, scarlet. 

c8, lo, n. couplet of ccoj, 5c, a cart. 

c8S, lo, V. to traffic by means of animals as beasts of burden, (b.y, 

as, J3c8Sc^8, 5g, lo, 4c, to trade with pack animals. 
cSS, 2o, V. *c86, 2c, to fasten up, tie up, as an ox or some 

animal. 
CO, 2o, Ic, V. to restrain, control one's feelings. 

o5, 2o, 5c, t). the same as c86, 2o. 

c88, 3o, V. *c8S, 3c, to turn up, as the hand; to turn up at the 

sides or edges, to warp, 85, 3o. 
cSd]^, 3o, 2c, 4c, v. to turn up the palm of the hand. 
fV^R, 3o, 4o, V. to bend the body backwards. 
c88, 3o, V. to cut or trim with a knife, as the ragged edge ot 

paper. 
oooS, 3o, 4c, V. the same. 
c8S, 4o, n. *c8S, 4c, (c88 B.) a wave, billow. 
^^o^^c, 4o, 5c, 3o, 5c, n. the same. 
c88, 4o, V. *c8S, 4c, (coS B.) to be light. 
coc^cpcoo', 4o, 5c, 4c, 5c, 4c, n. early dawn, twilight. 
coS, 4o, 2o, i;. to be clear, give a pure light, as earlymorning. 



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c88co8c8S:fi, 4o, 2o. 4o, Ic, v. the same. 

cgc8Sc] , 4o, Ic, 4o, 4c, V. to have thorough knowledge, as of 

the sense of a book in reading. 
oc^'^S, 4o, So, V. to shine, as the sin at noon; to be conspic- 
uous. 
<Soc8S8, 4o, 6c, 4o, Ic, V. to be dear, as the sky at the close 

of tl^ rainy season. 
c86c8S, 4o, 4o, w. (C.S. j to be naked, without clothing, vide 

oo8ocS, Ic, lo. 
c68, 5o, n. couplet of c6, 4o, wind. 
c96c8, 5o, 4c, n, ( K. ) the loose flesh about the under jaw of 

cattle, vide CoS, 2o. 
c88, 6o, V. *c8S, 5c, to not rain in season; to be dry, as clouds 

in the dry season. 
c86, 5o, V. *c88, 5c, to lie down to rest, to recline, vide "^coScSS, 

4c, 5o. 
^c8cS, 5o, 3m, V. the same, 

o'o8o', 5o, 5c, 4o, 5c, V. to lay a child down. 
c8:S, 3m, V. *co9S, 3o, to play, to amuse one's self; to visit; to 

gamble. 
jgcScSoo*, 3m, 4o, Sm, 3c, v. to tattle. 

c^S, 3m, 4o, V. to fence, brandish. 

9Cf 8m, 5c, V. to sport with or in water. 

cSp8oc', 3m, Ic, 5c, v. to commit adultery, as a woman. 

- (S^8aag^, 3m, Ic, 2c, v. the same. 

cfc', 3m, 5o, V. to play dominoes or cards. 

^c8, 3m, 2o, 4c, V. to play dice. 

^j8c88, 8m, 2o, Ic, ]o, V. to gamble witii a certain kind of 

colored dice. 
200^, 3m, 3c, V. the same as c8c^ 3m, as, ^^oScBc^oScod^, 

4m, 3m, 4m, 3c. 
coS, 3m, 4c, V. to gamble. 
c8, 3m, 3c, V. to play cowries. 
c8cB, 4m, V. *coS, 4o, to cover or close hermetically with any 

substance, as pitch; to calk. 

oo|8, 4m, 4c, V. the same. 



574. c8oS 

c6cS, 4m, a. in straight stripes, as, SdScScSSoSoodS, Im, 4>m, Im, 

4c; V. to have straight stripes. 
-od', 4<m, 4o, a. of various colors, variegated. 
c8cS, 6m, V. (C. S.) to squeeze, grind, vuie "^oS, 8c, and -aScp, 

5o. 
c6cS, lo, n, *c8'>S, Ic, a border, boundary. 
wsScScpSS, lo, 3o, lo, 4o, n. the boundary of a country. 

86, lo, 4o, n. the same. 

c8>S, lo, Ic, n. a boundary of any area of land. 

c8c6, lo, V. "cS-^S, Ic, to lie to, deceive; (K.j 4m; (C.S.) Im. 
c6cS8cS, 2o, (or 5o, ) 2o, adv. saucily, impudently, yoS, 4m; (u 

saucy, pert, bold, c<Sc8Sc8cp^c^, So, 4c, 2o, 2o. 
c8cS, So, . (C.S.) to be hard, not pliant, vide -aScp, So. 
c8cp. So, V. *c8^, 3c, to run. 
"SSo^, So, 2m, Ic, V. to run a race. 
"BS, So, lo, V. to run without fatigue. 

cS/J^S, So, 5c, Ic, V. the same as cScS-SSjd^S, So, 2m, Ic. 

c8c8S8oS, So, 2c, Ic, So, V. to gallop. 
c88. So, Sc, V. to run in a straight line. 

o'. So, So, V. to run away. 

<X)8, So, 4o, V. to run to no purpose, uselessly. 

c^, So, 4c, V. to be swift, fleet. 

co'. So, Sc, V. to hasten after, often hurrying; to pace. 

Sep, So, lo, V. to run with a leaping motion. 
cOcS, 4o, n. *c8>S, 4c, a monitor or varanus. 

ODo, 4o, lo, n. a large species of varanus. 

c6cS, 4o, V. *c8>S, 4c, to roll up, to curl; n. a roll of anything, 

as, "^8, 4o, 4c, a roll of cloth; OOoS, 4o, 2o, a roll ot 

mats; oo8, 4o, Ic, a roll of leaves for making cigars. 
oo^, 4o, Sc, n. a cigar. 

coo, 4o, Sc, n. a roll, a scroll. 

c8cS, 4o, V. *c8>S, 4c, to stretch out, as from a bent position, 
as, cQcScoS, 4o, Ic, to stretch out the body. 

CQw, 4o, Ic, V. to stretch out the feet. 

Sep, 4o, lo, V. to stretch out beyond, project beyond. 

COoS, 2c, V. *ooo5, 2c, to be deafened by surrounding noise, to 



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be unable to hear on account of a great noise about one, 

c8o55^c8o5c, ac, ic, 2c, ic. 

c8o5, Sc, V. *cooS, 3c, to untie, loose, unroll, unfold. 

qS, 3c, So, v. the same. 

^, 3c, 4o, V. to do away with or settle a dispute. 

jQcBcSco*, 3c, 4o, 3c, 3c, v. the same. 

c8o5c8o5, 4c, 4c, adv. with a pricking or itching sensation, c8cS 

3m, and 5cp, 4o. 
c8o5c8o5, 4c, 4c, adv. taperingly, used with J8, Im. 

OOoScooS, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. the sam^. 

<:8o5c68, 4c, 5c, v. to seize with a circular motion of the hand, as 

the hair of the head; to swing with a circular motion, as a 

stick. 
c8o5, 5c, V. *coS, 5c, to cut off or trim off branches or twig 

from^a fallen tree; to whip. 
c8o5, 2m, p. *cx>oS, 2c, to be lazy, used with S, 5o, as, d^^ 

VoS^sScooS, 4o, 5o, 4o, 2m, a lazy man. 
c8oS, 2m, v. (C. S.) to have the sensation of pricking numbness 

from non-circulation of the blood, vide 9CoS, 4m. 
c8o5, 3m, V. to wind around, encircle. 
5^<S , 3m, 3c, V. the same. 
c6oS, 4m, V. *00o5, 4o, to play on a stringed instrument with 

fingers; to snap with the thumb and forefinger. 
*5*8i 4m, 2c, Ic, V. to crush the eggs of lice between the thumb 

nails. 
- c8S, 4m, 2c, V. to play the harp. 

8cS, 4m, 4m, v. to kill body lice with the thumb nails. 

- co', 4m, 4c, V. to strike the tongue of a balance in order to 

make it adjust itself properly. 
- 96, 4m, Ic, V. to kill lice on the hair. 
c8o5, 2o, n. *c8o5, 2c, sunlight. 
SS, 2o, lo, V. to shine with fierce heat. 
ooS, 2o, 2c, V. to shine upon a place or through an aperture; 

n. a spot of sunlight. 
(S8, 2o, 3o, V. to shine, though somewhat obscured by clouds. 
', 2o, 3c, V. to be very hot, as the sun. 



576 cS^S 

c8oSc88, 2o, lo, f . to shine with diminished heat, as th^ sun 

during the cold season. 
/3^ya^, 2o, 3o, V. to be the cool of the day. 

/^i3g'>S, 2o, 3o, 2c, w. the same. 

c6oS, So, r;. (C. S) to do quickly, swiftly, in order to finish, vide 

^oS, 3o. 
c8oS, 4o, V. *c8oS, 4c, to be hard, as uncooked kernels of rice. 
c8oS, 4o, V. *c8oS, 4c. to be quick, sudden in movement, quick in 

motion; clever. 
c88, 4o, 2o, V. the same, as, cooS.gc8o5c88, 3o, 4o, 4o, 2o, 

to be fluent in speech; ^'oSj^^f c8o5c88, 4m, lo, 4o, 2o, to 

work rapidly. 
c8^, Ic, n. *cO'S, Ic, a great-grandchild; (K.) 4c. 
cS^, Ic, n. *C09S, Ic, the earth, ground. 
A, Ic, 4o, n. land defiled, as by a cemetery or garbage heap: 

land too rough for use. 
'0'>8, Ic, lo, n. laterite. 
"OcS, lc,2o, Ic, n. vide ooSyao^S^gcSaScS, 4c, Ic, 2o, 5c, Ic, 

Ic. 
c6(So*, Ic, Ic, 4c, n. the earth in the middle of a fireplace^ 

used as medicine. 
88, Ic, Im, n. clay. 

o^, Ic, o, n. a white ant's nest. 

cScS, Ic, lo, t^. to be somewhat elevated, as land. 

c^^, Ic, 2o, n. chalk. 

^S, Ic, 4o, n. sterile earth. 

c^, Ic, 3c, n. potter's earth, 

8.8, Ic, 4c, n. a swamp. 

S8, Ic, 4o, . the earth, the world. 

cSS, Ic, lo, n. red ochre, red earth. 

c8588'>8, Ic, lo, 4o, 4c, n. red soil, supposed to be very fertile. 
c8, Ic, Ic, V. to be fertile; . fertile land. 

e, Ic, Ic, n. edible clay. 

c6^, 3c, n. 'ccaS, 8c, the Bajjerkeit or short-tailed manis. 
0898, 3c, V. *coo8, 3c, to have convulsions, as, y'co^, 3c, 3c, 
to hold the breath when crying. 



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c88, 4c, n. *cO'>S, 4c, a tube for conveying anything that flows, 

a pipe, spout. 
cSoSj 6c, . *cx)98, 5c, the tongue, a valve. 

/3% 5c, 2c, n. the uvula. 

"88, 5c, lo, . to have a stiif'ness of the tongue, so as not to 

be able to speak. 
"9"^, 5c, 4c, V. to be fluent in speech, rapid in utterance. 
^ci, 5c, Ic, V. to be thick-tongued, so as not to be able to 

speak clearly. 
8, 5c, 2c, n. the tongue of a flute. 
- , 5c, lo, V. to be thin-tongued, so as to pronounce easily ; to 

be loquacious. 
co', 5c, 4c, n. the tongue of a balance. 

/3Q'>8c89?S, 5c, 3o, 5c, lo, V. the same as cS'^StfS, 5c, lo. 

c8S, 2c, V. the same as 086*, 2m. 

c8iS, 3c, V. *coSf 3c, to be insubstantial, empty, vacant, as an 

empty bag or a seed. 
cBS, 4c, V. *co6\ 4c, to be green, undried; to be green, unripe, 

immature; to be uncooked; to live, to be alive. 
c8(5, 2m, V. to be lazy, used with "O^, 5o, vide c8o5, 2m. 
c8t?, 3m, t;. ^C. S.) to insert a thing between two surfaces, to 

thrust through or into, vide "aScJ, 4ra. 
c8t5, 3m, V. *co6, 3o, to go round a thing; to revolve about a thing. 
- C^S, 8m, 3c, V. to go around, to surround. 
cSS, 5m, n. (K.) a finger nail or a toe nail, xdde ^5, 5m. 
cQ6, 2o, n. (C. S.) tweezers, vide 086*, 2o. 
cQS, 2o, n. (C. S.) a portion or bundle of anything folded, vide 

'i^S, 2o. 
cSiJ, 3o, V. *c8S, 3c, to be meet, suitable, adapted to; to be 

even, smooth; to be smooth in style, to rhyme. 

8, 3o, 2c, V. to fit, to be adjusted to the use required. 

88, 3o, 4m, V. to be the same size, to be alike, even. 
cSc^YcS, 3o, Ic, 4c, Ic, V. to be smooth, as satin. 
cScS*, 4o, a. single, not doubled, as a blanket. 

cQScQ'S, 4o, 4o, adv. with a vibrating motion, restlessly, uneasily, 
energetically, ooS, 5o. 



578 c8 

SScBScQScSS, 4o, 4o, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

c8<S, vide CO. 

c88. Ic, V. *oo8, Ic, to twist a strand of rope; (K.) 4c. 

"ScS, Ic, 4ni, V. the same, 

c8S, 4c, r. ( K. ) to have pam and general derangement of the 

bowels, vide /388, 3c. 
c88, 4c, V. to wrinkle the face, as when tasting something 

sour. 
9C|c88oo|, 4c, 3c, 4c, Ic, v. the savie, 

c88, 5c, n. (K. and C. S.) the red cotton tree, vide 088, 5c. 
c86, 5c, V. to pull or swing anything with a circular motion; to 

throw with force, as a stone, also 4c. 
c86, Im, n. a single thing; one thing, /ao-^cSS, Ic, Im; present 

time, ^8c88, 3o, Im. 
c86, Im, and Ic, v. *co8, lo, to birn away or around, as the head, 

(b.), o\ 2o; (K.) 4m. 
c88, Im, V, (C. S. ) to be soft, cohesive, sticky; to be tough, tAde 

086, Im. 
c88, 2m, n. the end of a piece of wood cut so as to fit into a round 

hole or a mortise, a tenon, vide P'8, 5o. 
c88, 5m, n. ^K. andC. S.) a finger or toe, vide '^88, 5c. 
c88, lo, V. *c88, Ic, to be bruised, reduced to particles, not so 

fine as <^p^, 3c; to be destroyed; (K.) 4o. 
c^6, lo, Ic, V. to be fine, reduced to powder. 
0'>8, lo, 3c, V. to be fine, like powder. 

c8.S, lo, 2o, V. the same as c88. lo. 

c:68, lo, lo, adv. in small particles, as powder. 

c88, lo, V. to understand, vide coS, 00. 

c88, 3o, V. *c88, 3c, to be thin, as a liquid. 

cSS, 4o, n, *c88, 4c, a knife or sword, vide cotS, 2o. 

c88, 4o, a. *c88, 4c, having a single thickness; single, as a thing, 

or unmarried, as a person, yD^c88, 4o, 4o, a single man; 

odd, as a number, (3, 5, 7,), vide ^^, 3c. 
Cu, Ic, 71. the central strand in any woven pattern, whether of 

rattan, bamboo, thread or wool. 
':^, Ic, n. *C0|, Ic, the bile. 



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c8o1 



HcSd^OdS, Ic, Ic, 4c, 4c, n. a tree growing in the crevicr- of 

rocks the leaves and fiowsrs of which are used for curiv. 
c8. Ic, a. *co|, Ic, good. 

C, Ic, 4o, a. the same. 

-coo^c8, Ic, 2c, Ic, V. to return good for good, to rccijH.); ;.te 

kindness. 

G'S, Ic, 5c, a. lovable. 

y, Ic, 3c, a. disgusting, detestable; v. to detest, abliiir. 

j>c8;], Ic, 3c, Ic, 2c, a. the s^ime. 

J3Q, Ic, 4o, a. wonderful. 

c8, 2c, n. the bud or shoot from which a twig or branch grows. 

- coo5c8^, 2c, 3c, 2c, Ic, n. fresJi sprouts or leaves. 

c8. 2c, V. *00], 2c, to test one measure of capacity by anoliicr. 

c8^, 2c, 3o; i"^> ^c, 4o, v. the same. 

c8, 3c, n. (C. S.) a debt, vide -^8, 3c. 

c8, 3c, yi. *co|, 3c, a contrivance for catching fish consisting'- of ; 

dam and a tunnel-shaped trap below it. 
ySj'S, 3c, lo, 3o, 11. the same. 
c8, 3c, n. an ass. 
c8, 3c, Ji. large scales. 
CO, 5c, V. *co, 5c, to be ruined, destroyed; to get out of or;]('r. 

so as to be unusable. 
- 9CoS, 5c, 3o, V. the same as cooS, 5c, 4c. 
c^coS'OoSoS, 5c, 3o, 2o, 4c, v. to be completely ruined. 
oS, 5c, 4c; - [, 5c, 2c, v. the same. 
oooS'OoSoS, 5c, 3c, 4c, 4c, v. TK.) the same as op^c5^c5- 

5c, 3o, 2o, 4c. 
- c88, 5c, lo. V. the same as opoS, 5c, 4c. 
CO^, 2c, n. a bone, {h.\, infreq., vide o?6", 2c; (C. S.j ic. 
o^^. 3c, n. *co^, 3c, a child. 
.808, 3c, 4o, V. to cease giving birth to children. 

RS , 3c, 4m, n. an adopted child. 

c/3"[co*J'g/)|c<S, 3c, 5c, 3c, 5c, 3o, n. children of d/. r 

parents. 
'Qj:>'\j^Qn'\QS, 3c. 5c, 3c. 5c, 3o, n. the same 

"O, 3c. 2o, /(. a boy, the expense of whose entering tli ; ' 



580 o^^uSodS 

or the priesthood has been borne by some one other than 

his own parents. 
CO.O"^c^, 3c, lo, n. a son-in-law. 

co', 3c. -i" n. a son, a male child. 

co'/ag'jS, 3o, 4o, ''^c, n. a young male child. 

c85, 3c, 4>c, n. a soldier. 

c8cS, 3c. 2c, n. a stepchild. 

c8>S6d, 3c, 2c, 5c, n. a child whose parents died during its 

infancy. 

cooS, 3c, 3o, n. a firstborn child. 

o|ico^, 3c, 4c, 3c, n. a stepbrother or sister, a child belonging 

to a stepfather. 

OlScSpS, 3c, 4c, Ic, n. a husband s child by a former wife. 

OIICiS, 3c, 4c, 4c, n. a wife's child by a former husband. 

o"[Jc5, 3c, 4c, 3o, n. a stepbrother or sister, a child belonging 

to a stepmother. 
Sco.S^S, 8c, 3c, 3c, 5c, . cousins. 

o', 3c, lo, n. the last child born in a family. 

S, 8c, 5c, n. a daughter-in-law, a son's wife. 

cSd^co9, 3c, lo, 3c. n. a fatherless child. 

c$o^c^, 3c, lo, 3o, n. a motherless child. 

ci)"[CcS, 3c, lo, lo, n. twins. 

d^S, 3c, Sc, 7?. the young bees in a honey comb 

Q^^ooS, 3c, 4o, 4o, 71. a bastard. 

c85, 3c, 4c, n. a daughter, a female child. 

oSS/D-^Scpi, 3c, 4c, 2c, 2c, n. a virgin daughter. 
c85oo8, 3c, 4c, lo; ^jBS'^cSodS, 3c, 4c, 4o, lo, n. the same. 
<^o5, 3c, 2c, V. to miscarry, have an abortion, 0^,00^, 3c, 5c. 
'^'*^> 3c, 4c, 71. a child aisked for in order to bring it up. 

coS, 3c, 4o, n. a child. 

c8S, 3c, 5m, 71. an own child; an apprentice, under laborer. 

c8So^^C3D^, 3c, 5m, 3c, 4c, n. an under laborer. 

OD, 3c, .5c, 7'. to miscarry. 

co', 3c, lo, n. a bastard. 

c8'>S, 3c, 4c, 71. the voungest child. 

j8ao8, 3c, Ic, lo, n. vide o^^oo-^S, 3c, 3o. 



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co^jsg^, 3c, 2c, n. an own child. 

jBgSqoS, 8c, 2c, 5c, n. M^ same. 
^g'sS, 3c, 2c, n. a child. 

jsi^oSS'a^o^, 3c, 2c, Ic, 4o, n. a suckling. 
yag'sSco', 3c, 2c, 4o, n. a lad. 
" /ag^ScS, 3c, 2c, 5c, n. a servant. 

jagdSoBS, 3c, 2c, 4c, n. a girl. 

j3g^Sc8S, 3c, 2c, lo, n. a baby. 

CoJB, 3c, n. *co.S, 3c, anything round, vide (j^c^, 2o. 

-oaS, 3c, Ic, n. a weight equal to ten rupees. 

^'sS^S, 3c, Ic, 4o, V. to have two equal weights of the denom- 
ination co^"0S, 3c, Ic. 

' sS, 3c, 4o, n. a weight equal to six or eight seeds of the abrus 
precatorius. 

aS, 3c, 3o, n. a stone used in the practice of alchemy. 
o5, 3c, 3o, n. a weight equal to four q6, 4o. 

< O, 3c, 4c, n. a weight equal to two qS, 4o. 
' O^, 3c, 5c, n. the pupil of the eye. 

CO^, 4c, n. *CO.S, 4c, a compartment, a space enclosed by lines, 
an apartment, a room. 

jdSScS, 4c, 3c, 3o, n. an apartment, with boarded sides. 

"oS^, 4c, 2o, 2o, n. a drawing-room. 

oo|"9S, 4c, Ic, 3o, n. vide coSco\^S, 4c, Ic, 3o. 

O^S, 4c, 3c, n. a room in a house where strangers are received, 

an outer room. 
^^, 4c, 4c, n. a sleeping-room. 
- ^, 4c, 4c, n. an inner room, for family use. 

o8, 4c, 2c, n. an unoccupied room, a spare room. 
' cS, 4c, 2c, n. a large apartment. 

c8^, 4c, 5m, n. a small apartment. 

co8, 4c, lo, n. the principal room in a house. 

i. i^oSoc, 4c, 2o, 5c, n. a space in the centre of a boat, reserved 

for bailing out the water. 
->/, 4c, 4o, n. a compartment in a table divided into squares 

for any purpose, as for astrological calculations, co.S/, 

4c, 4o. 



582 c9Sc8i9o26B8 

00*5 /aQ^S^. 4fC, 2o, 5c, n. a bathroom. 

Oo3, 4c, r. ( K. j to press or grind to pieces; to dissolve in a 

liquid, vide ^-S, 4c. 
COwS. Tsc, 5y. *co^, 4<c, to become concave, sink in, as the cheeks 

from illness. 
.ocgjdV, 4c, 2c, 3c, n. the hollow in the neck at the base of 

the skull. 
coS, 4(C, Ic, 71. a natural cavity, pit. 
CoJBcoSS^S, 4c, 4c, Im, V. to have a sudden attack of violent 

sickness, as cholera. 
coB, 5c, V. *co, 5c, to arise, get up. 

ccB, 5c, 4c, f . to stand up. 

QcJD^cSwS, 5c, 4c, 3c, Ic, V. to be lacking in strength, as an 

aged person. 
ScS*8, 5c, Ic, 3c, Ic, V. to do with great diligence anr' 

effort, ako co^oS'ScSoS, 5c, Ic, 3c, Ic. 
S^J^' ^^ ^^' ^' '^' ^ flame up quickly and brilliantly, as 

light wood. 

^8, 5c, 3o, V. to flame up brilliantly. 

op.So^, 5c, 5c, adv. very, with "'', 4c, very soiled, dirty; with 

o88, 4o, very mixed in color, as a dirty face. 
rx^S, 2o, V. (C. S.) to be deaf, vide o^S, 2o. 
odS, 5o, n. (C. S.) a bird, vide "^S, 5o. 
coS, 2c, V. (co B.) to be safe, secure. 

-cScO'^, 2c, Ic, 3o, Ic, V. to be secure, well finished and fur- 
nished. 
-cJ!cooSc8, 2c, Ic, 3c, Ic, v. the same. 
CO 5, 3c, w. TC. S.) to put on clothes, to wear, vide '^S , 3c. 
a^, 4c, 71. *co5, 4c, a father's or mother's elder brother, the 

husband of a father's or mother's elder sister; an appellation 

of respect to elderly persons. 
a^, 4c, n. *co5, 4c, (co B.) a round thing. 

0OTOD|, 4c, 3c, Ic, n. a pill. 

COSco, 4c, 5c, V. (o^Q^ !') to l)e diligent, industrious. 
Qo5. lo, n. *coB. lo, a forest, a grove, C^^, 2o, C^S, 4c. 
COJcnS8, Id, 4c, lo, 1 ni, n. the -^aine. 



ojcp 583 

co^8, lo, 4m, n. mngle grown up with trees and bushes. 

o^, lo, a. *OoS, lo, great, large; adv. used to give intensity 

of meaning, as, JoScoSco, 4m, lo, 2c. 
cj*, lo, 6o, V. part, an expression denoting astonishment 
co, lo, lo, V. part, an expression denoting intensity, very, 

sometimes it denotes surprise. 
0^8, lo, V, *coS, lo, to forget. 

oojodSooS, lo, 3c, lo, 4o, V. to forget or mistake the road. 
oS<J, lo, 4c, V. the same an coS, lo. 
0^, 2o, n. *co6, 2o, a blossom; a, aux. U8(nl of anything which 

is spread out, as a flower or open, as an umbrella; (K.)4c. 
- 8'>f , SJo, 4c, n. the engraving which appears on the surface of 

silver vessels; flowers made of silver paper which are used 

for decorative purposes. 

oo*, i^o, 4c, n. a small flame; failing sparks from a rocket. 

gJS, 2o, 2c, n. a flower. 

^', tOf 4c, /*. a scale, one of the cups of a balance. 
O^S, 2o, n. a place; a spot, stain. 

CoS, 3o, n. a shallow basket used to winnow grain. 

opS, 3o, V. *co, 3o, to be very loose in the bowels. 

CoSj^^j^^, 3o, 3o, 3o, 3o, adv. with a violent attack of bowel 

complaint or cholera morbus 
- ^^jS, 3o, 3o, v. to have a violent attack of bowel complaint or 

cholera morbus. 
CoS, 40, /*. *co8, 4o, a contrivance for catching fish, c^, 3c. 
CoS, 4o, T'. *Co, 4o, to descend, come or go down; to succeed, 

as a generation. 
CoS, 5o, V. *co8, 5o, to understand, der., from the following word. 
OjS, 5o, v. *co8, 5o, to be pierced, to have a hole made into or 

through. 

oS, 5o, 2c, V. the same. 

OoS^S, oo. 5o, adv. intensive, used with "5>oS, 4o. 
coc^, 4c, V. co', 4c, to move through water by using the limbs, 
to swim, o', 3o. 

>c, 4c. 5c, r*. the same. 

o^c^, 5c, V. *co^, 5c, to scoop or dip out anything adhesive. 



684 ojoS^S 

COco3"[, 6c, 4c, V. to scoop out and rub upon something. 

opcS, lo, n. a spur; the short toe on the fore foot of a dog. 

jd', lo, 2c, n. a cock s spur. 

CxpcS, lo, r>. *oo', lo, to grind; n. a mill used for grinding; (K.^4o. 

GOcS, 2o, V. *Co', 2o, to separate, as grain from the ear or leaves 
from a branch. 

coS, 2o, 4)0, V. to cause to fall, as leaves or fruit. 

cpcScO :S, 2o, 2o, adv. shaking like jelly, 00 ^S, 2c. 

GOcS, 3o, n. *Co', 3o, a cause, an act; prep, concerning, about, 
by means of. 

OoS, 3o, 4o; <i^', 3o 4c, n. the same. 

COcS, 3o, adv. and prep. *co', 3o, together with. 

jO'>SooS, 3o, Ic, 4c; -c|, 3o, adv. and prep, the same. 

cocScc', 3o, 3o, V. to be drawn aside, awry, as one side of a bas- 
ket that is lower than the other. 

COcS, 4o, V. *co', 4o, to follow quickly, pursue, c86', 3c. 

o3, 4o, 4c, V. the same. 

COoS. 2c, V. *coo5, 2c, to suck with the mouth; to suck in, im- 
bibe, absorb; to smoke a cigar or pipe; (K. and C. S.) 4c. 

cSa*, 2c, 4c, V. to smoke, as a cigar. 

(X>1, 2c, 3c, V. to smoke tobacco. 

OOoS, 2c, V. *coo5, 2c, to be at liberty, vide coo5, 3c. 

COoS, 3c, V. *cco5, 3c, to be at liberty, free j unloosed; to be 
displaced, dislocated. 

jd-jScooSoS, 3c, lo, 3c, 4o, v. to be hindered from doing 

one's work. 
ygl^, 3c, 2c, V. to be lacking, too short; to fail to reach; to be 
insufficient. 

SScooS*], 3c, 2c, 3c, 2c, v. to lose one's time; to be late, 
behind time. 

^cjcooSooi, 3c, 3c, 3c, Ic, v. to take no notice of, to escape 
one's sight. 

88, 3c, 3o, V. to be displaced, dislocated, as anything joined; 

to miss what was aimed at, to fail of fulfilment, as a prom- 
ise or a bargain; to be insufficient. 

&8, 3c, 4c, V. to slip accidentally from the hand. 



oj-^SjS 585 

COo5cooS, 4c, 4c, adv. running up with considerable uniformity 

of demension, as a post, Oo8, Ic. 

cooScooS, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. the same. 

QOc^^ lo, n. (C. S.) the beard, vide "acoS, 2o. 

COo5cco5, 2o, 2o, adv. the saviv as coo5coo5, 4c, 4c. 

opo5, So, V. *coo5, 3o, to be exempt from a government service, 

on account of connection with officials; to allow no inter- 
ruption in one's work. 
jO'jcoo5'[i, 3o, 2c, 3o, 4c, v. to allow no interruption in one's 

journeying. 
COoS, So, V. (C. S.j to knead with the hands; to reduce to small 

particles, vide ocoS, So. 
OOoS, 4o, V. *co<:^, 4o, to unloose by taking out of, as a bolt 

from a hole; to release, as a debt. 
co'j:S, 4o, lo, 2o, v. to unbend a bow. 
Sis, 4o, 4o, V. to unbuckle. 

y^oo, 4o, 2o, 2c, V. to unbutton. 

cooScooS, 5o, 5o, adv. abundantly, numerously, used with co', Ic. 

. cooScooS, 5o, 5o, 5o, 5o, adv. the same. 

C0'8, Ic, V. *co'^, Ic, to rise and overspread, as water, less than 

cxj, So. 
CGoS, Ic, V. (K.andC. S.) to separate^ part from; to be chafed, 

vide cO'sS, 5c. 
CO^, 2c, V. *cO'^, 2c, (coSsB.) to pass beyond, exceed; to pass 

beyond, away from, as evil. 
C08, Sc, n. ^C.S.) the product of the red cotton tree, vide oc-jc, 

Sc. 
CO^, Sc, V. * VoqS, 3c, to be unloosed by the detaching of some 

part; to separate from its fastening and come away or fall; 

n. a detached portion, as a stick of wood. 
CO^S, 4c, V. (C.S. ) to be weak, exhausted from fatigue or illness, 

ttide ^^S, 4c. 
O^oS, 4c, (6) adv. (C. S.and.K.) the same as c^'^, 4c. 
a^-sS, 2o, V. *co9S, 2o, to come out of, as color from clothes, 

dandruff from hair; to fall, as leaves from a tree; (K.) 4o. 
^ jS, 2o, So, V. the same as 2nd def. 
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3Sfi 0^6" J3 

covS. 3o, z\ *oo'S, So, to tack, baste, run together with thread; 

lo get loose, as an animal which pulls away a part of its 

fastenings with him. 
qSjo, J3o, Ic, 4o, V. to speak for something beforehand. 
c^p A', 4o, V. *C09S, 4o, to be restless, meddlesome, troublesome, 

rude, as children. 
co-^S, 5o, V. *co9S, 60, to go beyond, to exceed, to run over, as 

>rftter. 
c88. 5o, lo, V. the same. 
v.^\V, lie, n. *coS, ^c, a bone. 

- /:>B, 2c, 4o, n. the lower jaw-bone. 
j:)S\ 2c, 4c, n. a joint, the joints, 

- ..otSc9'SffOO^, 9c, 4c, 2c, ac, n. the sani". 
.^, '.'( . :U, -1. 'he hip bone. 
-j)(Cb, 5*c. ic. Ic, n. the skull. 
:j&, fee, 3o, 91. a rib. 
oSqcS, 2c, 3o, 4c, n. a short rib. 

- o'i. !r>c-, Jc. /?. the femur or upper bone of the leg, 
^5i. '2c. 4c. n, the rod over which thatch is woven. 

-b.S. 'ilc, lo, n. the bones of the arm. 
'vc, 'ic, 3c. 3o, 71. a rib. 
::-:>>b'-';:S, 9c. Ic, Ic, n. the back bone. 






5c. 3(), n. <Aff sarm a.i cotS'SoS, Sc, 3c, So. 



-"iS, 2c, 3( . 3o, 71. ^K. and C. S.) the .same. 

',.06, f?c. lo, 4o, u. the same as qqSo^, 2c, 4o. 
'xY. 2c, 2c, 7A. tiJ^ cotS'.otS*, 2c, 4c. 
ySr. 2c, Sc. 3o, r,. the shin bone. 
V, xfc. 2c, 7i. gristle, cnrtilage. 
j.( . 2c, 2c. 2c, ??. the scnpula, shoulder blade. 
. ''c /(. :\ bone. 

, Ic. T'. to be lariro- framed, have large bones. 
2-. ; CO 2c. to overwhelm, submerge, overspread. 
: 'xi. 2c. lo. V. the sain", 
' . :'. r?6\ 3c, to stroke with the hand, smooth down; t 
ic ir nr rnb on anv substance. 

^ , T'. to feel, feel of with the hand, to stroke. 



oj 587 

00<Soo|t, 3c, 4c, V. to daub, plaster over. 

co<Soo', 3c, 4o, V. to loathe in the stomach, vide ^oSoSoS, 2m, 
2m, 

cO(ScoS', 6c, 5c, a. careless; adv. carelessly, jpi. Ic. 

05, 4k>, . *ooS', 4o, to do over again; to add to what is already 
done; to patch, mend, as clothes; to repair, applied to 
replanting those portions of a field in which the seed plant- 
ed failed to spring up; to repair, as a huose; to add to what 
is already writlen. 

.^COiSog', 40,40,40,^, V. U) repeat tlie words of another; to 

talk back. 

c^> *> Ic, 4o, V, to put Uiatch on the ridge of a roof. 
CO, 4o, 4c, V. to do over agaiiu 

COwcOiSSo, 4o, Ic, 4o, 4c, V. to rtj^ay, retaliate; to exchange 

work . 
O^, vide og- 
ojS, Ic, . *cai, Ic, firewood, c^^, 4c; a lofty pyramid of 

firewood offered on the day of the full moon of cS^SoD, lo, 

lo; tf'o^, 5c, Ic. 
CoS, Ic, V. (C. S) to overspread, cover, as a column of smoke, 

znde 'Xf'S, Ic. 
CoS, 2c, n. (C. S. audK.) a narrow spade, cco'j', 4c. 
- "S, ^c, Im, n. (C. S. and K. j ^/ie same. 

C\^>S, 2c, V. *co), 2c, (o^ B.j to desire, wish for, have a wish. 
' 8o5, )lc, 4m, V. to wish to do; to have use for. 
CoS^oS, 2c, 2c, V. to respect, reverence, xnde <|8coS, 2c, 2c. 

J^Ot&, 2c, 2c, Ic, Ic, V. the savie. 

0^80^8, 2c, 2c, adv. voluntarily, of its own accord. 

OgS, 3c, V. (K. and C. S.) to rush at, to attack, as a beast, vide 

<^8, 3c. 
0:^8, 3c, (6) V. (K.) to mix, to mingle, vide cco^, 4c. 
008, 4c, 71. one's elder brother's wife, 8co8, 3c, 4c. 
0^8, 5c, V. *co, 5c, to take off", strip off, as clothes or bark of 

a tree, to detach. 
^o5, 5c, 2c, V. the same. 
a^> li^, . (C. S.j to be young, delicate, vidt -^e^j '''^c. 



688 oJoc^ScsJogS 

oSo6o6<6, Ic, Ic, Ic, Ic, adv. creepingly, as a worm. 

CO, 2c, V. vide -OCO, 2c, %c. 

CO, 3c, n. (K.) a countrj', land, vide o8(5, Ic. 

00, 3c, n. space beneath, ander; adv. and pre-p. below, under; 

o6o^, 4o, 3c, opponte ^ <^9f , lo. 
o5, 4(C, . *cd, 4c, ^Ql B.^ a court house, place where ^stice is 

administered; v. to collect, gather together, "side co, 5c. 
CO, 4c, (6) V. (K.) to forget, vide c8<S, 4c. 
coco, 4c, 4c, adv. as a whole, by the job. 

coco, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, adv. the savie. 

cooop, 4c, 4c, V. (o^Wg P.) to give careful attention to, use extra 

care. 
c3o6, 5c, 5c, adv. in a sucking manner, ^^S, Ic. 
op, lo, 71. (C. S.) mud, mire, vide h, 2o; (K.j 4o. 
Op, lo, V. *o5, lo, to be loose, not tight, 
op, 2o, V. *c6, 2o, to be unequal, not on the same plane, hence 

to sink into, as mud, or through a floor, or a weapon into 

the head; to stumble into, as a hole. 
ootS, 2o, 5c, V. to march into an enemy's army unwittingly, 

or into an ambuscade. 
- 00 S, 2o, 4o, V. to fall into. 
co8, 2o, Ic, V. to sink into a hole. 
oo'j 2o, Ic, . the same as co, 2o, 1st def. 

CO, 3o, V. *o6, 3o, to be ample, sufficient; to be complete, full. 
CO, 3o, V. to be together with, in/req., 5, 3o. 
CO, 3o, V. vide JO^j 2o, 3o. 

o5, 3o, V. (C. S.) to smell, to smell of, vide 'it, lo. 
CO, 4o, n. *co, 4o, air, air in motion, wind; disease, usually that 

caused by the movement of wind in the body. 

J3(S-S, 4o, 5c, 3c, v. to suffer from flatulency in the stomach. 

o, 4o, 5c, V. the same. 

'3^5, 4o, 3c, V. to have convulsions. 

coS, 4o, 2o, n. {^eurisy, also S^ScoS, Im, f2o. 

c85, 4o, 2c, V. to blow in gusts, squalls, against anything. 

008, 4o, 4c, V. to blow, as wind. 

ooSopooS, 4o, 4c, 4o, 4c, v. to blow against. 



c^^<S(i<S 589 

ojo-jS/^S, 4<o, 2c, 5c, v. to whirl, as the wind in a whirlwind. 

o8, 4)0, 2c, V. to blow, as the wind. 

cBS^S, 4o, Ic, Ic, n. a violent wind, gale, hurricane. 

"[!, 4)0, 4c, V. to blow, as the wind. 

SoSj^^S, 40, 3c, lo, n. a fabulous wind suj^osed to cut in 

pieces like a razor. 
~ ', 4o, 3c, V. to have heartburn and diseases caused by heat. 

c8cS, 4o, Im, t;. to be calm, without wind, to lull. 

(BS, 4o, 3c, V. the same as o5jD<S*3} 4o, 5c, 3c. 

- oo8o8, 4o, 4o, 4o, n. fabulous wind, supposed to blow at the 

end of the world. . 
coS, 4o, lo, n. a violent wind; leprosy, epilepsy. 
ceo, 4o, 2o, V. to rumble, as gas in the bowels; to pass gas; 

to have any sickness, suppose