A Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of the Swatow Dialect, Arranged According to Syllables and Tones/thoa
— thoa —
拖thoa911645 To drag along; to haul after one; to pull along by the hand.
i sĭ khṳt i thoa-lŭi tîeh kâi; she became involved in it through him. i kâi ūe tàⁿ lío thoa nî tòa cúi; he drags the subject of his speech through mud and water; he has a very turgid and verbose style of walking. cêk ē khah tn̂g thoa-thoa tâh-tâh, to m̄-hó̤; if it be too long it draggles on the ground and gets under foot and is very troublesome. tṳ tó̤ thoa sim-mûeh? What is the pig trailing after him?
帶thòa846508 To take along with one; to bring at the same time.
lṳ́ ín-thòa i khṳ̀ tī kò̤? Whither are you leading him? ŭ nâng ín-thòa i khṳ̀; some one is conducting him away. thòa-lîen-l̆ui tîeh pât nâng; implicate others. thòa chíu khîeh lâi; bring it along when you come. cí cêk thòa kâi chù lóng-cóng i kâi; all these dwellings are his. thòa tàⁿ ke kúi taⁿ lâi; while you are about it bring a few more carries. cûn àiⁿ lâi li kŭa hía hùe-mûeh thòa cài lâi; when the boat is coming bring those goods along in it.