Hmong verbs

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tuav

to grab, seize, take

los

to arrive from a close or familiar distance

mus txog

to arrive

tuaj

to arrive from a far or unfamiliar distance

teb

to answer

hnav khaub ncaws

to dress

hle khaub ncaws

to undress

ua pa

to breathe

noj

to eat

tuag

to die

nqi

to descend

nce

to ascend

tsav

to drive

dhia

to jump

hlais

to slice, cut

txhoov

to chop

vam

to wish, hope

muag

to sell

muab

to give

muaj

to have

luag

to laugh

tsiv

to move (like move houses)

nyeem

to read

zij

kidnapping your bride-to-be

mloog

to listen

npaj

to prepare, provide

ua hauj lwm

to do work

tau

to have, can, to be able to

ua li

to agree

raws

to obey, comply, follow along

saj

to taste

rhuav

to be sick of

hnia

to sniff, smell

hnov

to hear or feel (with emotions)

kov

to touch objects in a feeling rather than forceful way

dam

to break

lis

to take care of or work on

tam

to reserve without pay

lob

to grab or take

tos

to wait for

lem

to turn

cem

to yell, scold

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