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Nevertheless, [RY]

Syn yang; A. 1) though, although, even, but, too, yet, and, still, also. 2) whoever, whatever, wherever. 3) no matter how / what / where. 3) likewise. 4) Syn yang. 5) nonetheless. 6) + yang - neither nor; + a quote - said; whether- neither nor. B. 1) straight, tall, slender [RY]

though, although, even, but, too, yet, and, still, also, whoever, whatever, wherever, no matter how/ what/ where, likewise, yang straight slender, tall, slender [ming mtha' ga da ba sa dang, da drag gi rjes su sbyorba'i rgyan sdud kyi sgra zhig ...Ga da ba sa...Da...Dka' laskhag kyang sems mi zhum,...Mthun rkyen med kyang gsar du bskrunchog ...Rgyal kha thob kyang khengs sems med,...Gzugs kyangmdzes la sems kyang bzang,...Gros bsdur byas kyang thag machod,...Gang yin kyang rung,...Btsal kyang ma rnyed,...Nyalkyang gnyid ma khug [IW]

wild ass, as, also, too, as well, but, yet still, nevertheless, even, if, even though, including, though, although, straight, right, very straight, slender as a stick, and, too, yet more, (used instead of dang after ga da ba sa), since, since that, then, therefore, likewise, whereas, also, even, even though, connective, even if there is [JV]

1) also, too, as well; 2) although, though, even though; 3) nonetheless, nevertheless, but; 4) likewise; 5) even; 6) still, yet; 7) however, whoever, whatever, wherever, whichever; 8) no matter how/who/what/where/which, regardless of how/who/what/where/which, irrespective of how/who/what/where/which; 9) without exception; 10) each and every, all of them (in their totality). This particle is commonly misunderstood. Aside from the more common meanings of "although" and "even", it often means "likewise", and has other numerous meanings which should be carefully interpreted from the context. Not to be confused with rkyang. Erick Tsiknopoulos