A Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of the Swatow Dialect, Arranged According to Syllables and Tones/chok
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觸chok9914813 To excite; to stir up; to offend.
chok tîeh i kâi nō̤; excited his wrath. chok tîeh i seⁿ khì; made him angry. chok mâk kiaⁿ sim; arouse the attention in such a way as to excite fear. chok-khí i kâi sĭeⁿ-thâu; arouse his attention. chok-kéng seⁿ-chêng; to irritate. chok hŭam; to sin willfully. chok tîeh cĭu khì; if you touch upon that he becomes angry.
戮chok846214 A stamp; a die; a seal.
khap chok; affix a stamp. kip cêk kâi chok pun i; gave him something to use as a stamp. tŏ̤ kuaⁿ kò̤ nía kâi chok; received a stamp at the magistrate's office. tîaⁿ ā-sĭ bô̤ khap chok, kuaⁿ m̄ khéng siu; the magistrate will not receive a paper which has no stamp upon
促chok101597 To constrain; to urge.
kek chok; to press urgently. pek chok; to hurry. kek-kek chok-chok; much straightened. kek-kek chok-chok to cò̤ bô̤̤ hó̤ mûeh; a fine piece of work cannot be done in haste. sî-hāu khah pek-chok; the time is too short. màiⁿ khah tó̤-chok cĭu hó̤; if not too hurried, it may be done.
蹙chok101415711 To contract the brows.
sang bâi cò̤-nî chok-chok? Why do you frown so ? hẃn-ló̤ kàu sang bâi chok cò̤ cêk ē; so sad that his eyebrows were drawn together. bâi-thâu cē chok, sim lăi cĭu phah tīaⁿ cú-ì; with one contraction of the eyebrows, his mind is fully made up.