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Canela[edit]

Noun[edit]

  1. water

Further reading[edit]

  • Jack Popjes and Jo Popjes Canela-Krahô (link)

Vietnamese[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

Sino-Vietnamese word from .

Noun[edit]

  1. a paternal aunt (father's sister)

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Pronoun[edit]

  1. I; me (used by a paternal aunt when speaking to her nephews or nieces, along with cháu or con (you))
  2. I; me (used by a woman who's (presumably) slightly younger than either of someone's parents when speaking to them, along with cháu or con (you))
  3. you (used by a paternal nephew or niece when speaking to their paternal aunt, along with cháu or con (I; me))
  4. you (used when speaking to a woman who's (presumably) slightly younger than either of your parents, along with cháu or con (I; me))
  5. (formal, chiefly in fiction or translation) you (used when speaking to a young adult woman, along with tôi (I; me))
    Synonym: chị
  6. (unfriendly) you (used by a man when speaking to his wife, along with tôi (I; me))
  7. (humorous or ironic) you (used when speaking to a younger girl or woman, along with tôi (I; me); compare English young lady)
  8. (literary) she; her (used when talking about a young adult woman)
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Etymology 2[edit]

Noun[edit]

  1. (informal) Short for cô giáo (female teacher).

Pronoun[edit]

  1. I; me (used by a female teacher when speaking to her much younger students, along with em (you))
  2. you (used by a much younger student when speaking to their much older female teacher, along with em (I; me))
  3. you (used by a student when speaking to a female teacher (either their own or their children's) of about the same (slightly older or younger included) or much younger age, along with tôi (I; me, formal; especially older) or em (I; me, familiar; slightly younger))
  4. she; her (used when talking about a female teacher)

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