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A Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of the Swatow Dialect, Arranged According to Syllables and Tones/cuh

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— cuh —

cuh10561169 cíu-cuh; a dimple. i cē chìe kih-kau nŏ̤ kâi cíu-cuh; when she laughs there are two dimples in her cheeks. nâng tàⁿ ŭ cíu-cuh kâi cū ŏi cîah cíu, kù-chṳ́ kìe-cò̤ cíu-cuh; people say that those who have dimples are apt to be wine-bibbers, therefore dimples are called wine grots.

cuh10141570 Full; enough; no deficiency; nothing wanting.
nĕ cuh-cuh, kâi cîⁿ bô̤ kíam; fully sufficient, not lacking a cash. cêk nî nĕ cuh-cuh; fully a year.

cuh1012304 To sip, to suck.
cuh tê; sips tea. cuh ta; to suck dry. a-nôⁿ cuh nĭ; the infant sucks at the breast. máng cuh hueh; mosquitoes suck blood. cuh cap; suck the juice. cuh cheng-khih khṳ̀; suck it all out clean. cuh kàu pá-pá; sucked his fill.