User:Gleki/Jahai smell words

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word pronunciation meaning comment etymology
ltpɨt to be fragrant the smell of various flowers and ripe fruit, including intense smell of durian, perfume, soap, Aquillaria wood, and bearcat (Arctictis binturong, which, according to Wikipedia, smells like popcorn). e.g., various flowers, perfumes, bearcat
Cŋεs cheng-us the smell of petrol, smoke, bat droppings and bat caves, some species of millipede, root of wild ginger, leaf of gingerwort, wood of wild mango, among other odor sources.
crŋir to smell roasted e.g., roasted food
harɨm to be fragrant e.g., various species of flowers, perfumes, soap Malay loan; original Malay meaning fragrant
haʔe~t to stink e.g., feces, rotten meat, prawn paste
pʔus pa-oos to be musty e.g., old dwellings, mushrooms, stale food, deadwood
Cŋэs to smell edible, tasty e.g., cooked food, sweets
sʔı~N to have a smell of human urine e.g., human urine, village ground
ha›cı~N to have a urine-like smell e.g., urine Malay loan; original Malay meaning foul odor, stench
pʔih to have a blood/fish/meat-like smell e.g., blood, raw fish, raw meat
plʔeŋ to have a blood/fish/meat-like smell e.g., blood, raw fish, raw meat
plʔεŋ to have a bloody smell which attracts tigers e.g., crushed head lice, squirrel blood


Source

http://pubman.mpdl.mpg.de/pubman/item/escidoc:1752755:10/component/escidoc:1878134/Majid_Burenhult_2014_cogn.pdf