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to buy a lasso." i̅ i̅ i̅ i̅ i̅
15 . The use of ཤོད་རྒྱུར་ here is idiomatic, conVeying, "Ihave something to tellyou." For
example, a common construction using this is ངས་ཁྱེད་ལ་ཤོད་རྒྱུར་ . . . ("IhaVe something to
say, . . .") , followed by what the person has to say. 16
one
one." The addition of ཁོ་ན་ ("only") emphasizes having ony one. i̅
17  The vb. + ཐུབ་པ་ + i̅གནང་ meauns "do something soas to be able to do orachieve the
verbal action." In this instance the phrase means "if you are able to do something to get
me out ofthis demon"s caVe."
l . See ll.2.
19. དང་ here mean "with."i̅ i̅ i̅ i̅ i̅
20. Although ངན་པ་ nornmally means "eVil" or "mean, " with མདོག་ in this context it means
ugly. i̅ i̅ i̅ i̅ i̅ i̅ 21
conVeys a negative rhetorical question which means
conVeys a negative rhetorical question which means, "probably it is . . . ." (see l l .15) .
22. The use of the dative ར་ after གནང་བ་ indicates the object orreason for the youth"s
thanks. In other words, "Thanks for. . . ." i̅
23.མ་ལྟོས་པར་ conveys "regardless of" through a variety of constructions thatgenerally
include "whether something is Kor V" or "whether something happens or does not
happen." For example, ཚེ་།
སང་ཉིན་ཆར་པ་གཏོང་མིན་ལ་མ་ལྟོས་པར་ཁོང་ཚོ་གླིང་ཁར་ཕེབས་རྩིས་འདུག།
Regard]ess of whether it rainstomorrow, theyplantogotothepark.
སློབ་ཕྲཁུ།་ཧུར་བརྩོན་ཆེ་ཆུང་ལ་མ་ལྟོས་པར་ཚང་མར་གསོལ་རས་རག་པ་རེད།
Without regard to the students" diligence, all receiVed prizes.
14.9 Vocabulary i̅
ཀོ་བ་ leather government officials
བཀག་ va. p. of འགོག་ (in Tibet)
བཀའ་ཕབ་ ordered, commanded སྐུ་ང་མ་ in person (h)
བཀའ་བསྡལ་ va. to give an order སྐ་ neck, throat
བཀའ་སློབ་ advice, va. ------གནང་ (h.) སྐྱེསི་པ་ man, male i̅
བཀྲིས་བདེ་ལེགས་ cong atulations, སྐྱ་གླུ་ song of sadness, tragic
i̅ greetings Va. --- ཞུ་ drama
རྐན་པོ་ thief སྐྱད་ va. to go i̅ i̅
སྐད་གསང་ clear Voice སྐྱར་ "do it agai n'' particle
སྐུ་ང་ title ofaddress for སྐྲག་ vi. to be scared, afraid
·རྐྱོང་ va.p.tostretch, to
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