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The sole of the foot
脚底
Kha toi
To tear the flesh
破皮
Poa pue
The bone is broken
骨折了
Kŭt chĭ liou
He wants a beating
伊肉欲痛
I nĕk ai thia
Rheumatic pains
骨節酸痛
Kŭt chăt sŭng thia
To feel the pulse
打脉
Pă mĕ
A vicious person
心腸不好
Sim tŭng mʼhaw
The liver is diseased
肝經有病
Kua keng u pey
Diseased lungs
傷肺
Sie hui
He is courageous
伊有膽
I u ta
To go to stool
放尿
Pang sai
To shed tears
流目汁
Laou măk chăp
To spit
唾涎
Phui noa
To perspire freely
汗流多
Kua laou choi
I don't see it
我看不見
Ua toi mʼkien
I don't understand
聽不識
Tʼhia mʼpat
Taste & see if it is good
嘗看好
Sie,toi haw
He is pleased
伊心歡喜
I sim hoa hi
Love all men
愛衆人
Ai cheng nang
He is very angry
伊氣極
I kʼhi chai