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Aj ku’e’ntzi’n

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[ʔah kuʔ.eʔ.’ʦiʔn] sustantivo Person from coast

(Spanish) Costeño, persona originaria de la costa

Ajtz’ak

Ajtz’ak
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[ʔah.’ʦ’akʰ] sustantivo Shaman, medicine man

(Spanish) Curandero

Ak’

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[ʔak’] adjetivo wet

(Spanish) mojado

Alma’aj

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[ʔal.maʔ.’ʔah] sustantivo soul

(Spanish) Alma

Aq’unwil

Aq’unwil
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[ʔa.ʛun.’wil] sustantivo Servant, paid laborer

(Spanish) Mozo

B’ajxnaq anub’

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[ɓahx.’naqʰ ’ʔa.nup’] sustantivo elder sister

(Spanish) hermana mayor

B’itz

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[p’iʦ] sustantivo song

(Spanish) canción

B’itzaje’n

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[p’i.ʦa.’xeʔn] verbo transitivo To sing (tv)

(Spanish) Cantarlo

B’itze’n

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[p’i.’ʦeʔn] verbo intransitivo To sing (iv)

(Spanish) Cantar

B’itzun

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[ɓi.’ʦun] pronombre interrogativo what

(Spanish) ¿qué?

B’iyle’n

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[p’ij.’leʔn] verbo transitivo hit

(Spanish) golpear / pegar

B’uru’

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[ɓu.’ruʔ] sustantivo donkey

(Spanish) burro

Ch’oy

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[ʧ’oj] sustantivo mouse

(Spanish) ratón

Ch’ule’n

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[ʧ’u.leʔn] verbo intransitivo flow

(Spanish) fluir

Chusu’nb’il

Chusu’nb’il
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[ʧu.suʔn.’ɓil̥] sustantivo School

(Spanish) Escuela

E’ nkyimsan b’alum

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[ʔeʔ nkʲim.san ’p’a.lum] frase they killed the jaguar

(Spanish) ellos mataron el jaguar

E’ yaj nkyimsan b’alum

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[ʔeʔ jah nkʲim.’san ’p’a.lum] frase men killed the jaguar

(Spanish) hombres mataron el jaguar

Ewt

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[ʔewtʰ] adverbio de tiempo yesterday

(Spanish) ayer

I’te’nina’tz

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[ʔiʔ.teʔ.ni.’naʔʦ] adjetivo the same thing

(Spanish) lo mismo-

Itzikyaj

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[ʔi.ʦi.’kʲah] sustantivo inalienable elder brother

(Spanish) hermano mayor

Jalu’

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[xa.luʔ] adverbio de tiempo today

(Spanish) hoy

Je’aj

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[xeʔ.ah] sustantivo inalienable tail

(Spanish) cola

Joylaj

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[xoj.’lah] adverbio far

(Spanish) lejos

Junit

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[xu.nitʰ] adverbio whole, entire

(Spanish) entero-

Juyuch

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[xu.juʧ] adjetivo sharp

(Spanish) agudo

K’olche’n

K’olche’n
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[k’ol.’ʧeʔn] verbo intransitivo sit

(Spanish) sentarse

K’u’laje’n

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[k’uʔ.la.’xeʔn] verbo To worship

(Spanish) Adorar

Ka’l

Ka’l
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[kaʔl] sustantivo house/shelter

(Spanish) casa

kab’ox

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[ka.’ɓoȿ] pronombre interrogativo some

(Spanish) algunos

Kab’tir  Ka’weq

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[kɐɓ.’tir] adverbio twice

(Spanish) dos veces-

Ky’iky’lom

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[kʲ’ikʲ’.’lom] sustantivo watchman

(Spanish) guardián

Kyaj

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[kʲah] número four

(Spanish) cuatro

Kyeq’eq’

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[kʲe.ʛeq’] sustantivo generalmente no poseído wind

(Spanish) viento

Kyi’ kyi’k tx’i’ inwil

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[kʲIʔ kʲiʔkʰ t͡ȿIʔ ʔin.’will] frase no, I did not see the dog

(Spanish) no, no ví el perro

Kyi’ najchiojqel tx’i’

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[kʲIʔ nah.ʧi.ʔoh.qel t͡ȿIʔ] frase the dogs are not running

(Spanish) los perros no corren (estan corriendo)

kyi’ najojqel tx’i’

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[kʲIʔ nah.oh.’qel t͡ȿ’Iʔ] frase the dog does not run

(Spanish) el perro no corre

Lmuj

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[lmuh] sustantivo pair, couple

(Spanish) pareja-

lupun

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[lu.’pun] adjetivo smooth

(Spanish) liso

Me’laj

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[meʔ.’lah] sustantivo inalienable daughter

(Spanish) hija (de hombre)

Mu’xhe’n  Junchku’ntu’

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[muʔ.’ʃeʔn] adverbio de cantidad few

(Spanish) pocos

Mu’xht

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[muʔʃtʰ] adverbio a little more

(Spanish) otro poco-

Na’  Txu’aj

Na’
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[naʔ] sustantivo inalienable mother

(Spanish) madre

Na’ky’e’x

Na’ky’e’x
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[naʔ.’kʲ’eʔȿ] sustantivo inalienable father’s mother

(Spanish) abuela paterna

Najchiojqel tx’i’

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[nah.chi.ʔoh.’qel t͡ȿ’Iʔ] frase the dogs are running

(Spanish) los perros corren (estan corriendo)

Nawlil alma’

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[naw.’lil al.’maʔ] sustantivo Spirit of a dead person

(Spanish) Espíritu del muerto

Ni’

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[niʔ] sustantivo pup

(Spanish) cachorro

Nim tqan

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[nIm tʰqan] frase adjetival long

(Spanish) largo

Nojnaq

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[noh.’naqʰ] adjetivo full

(Spanish) lleno

Q’aq’

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[q’aʛ] sustantivo fire

(Spanish) fuego

Qulaj  Chunaj

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[qu.’lah] sustantivo inalienable neck

(Spanish) cuello

Quxb’il

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[quȿ.’ɓil] sustantivo knife

(Spanish) cuchillo

Quxle’n  K’uple’n, stzutle’n,k’aple’n, xile’n

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[quȿ.’leʔn] verbo transitivo cut

(Spanish) cortar

Saja’ch

Saja’ch
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[sa.xaʔʧ] verbo transitivo play

(Spanish) jugar

Saja’ch

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[sa.xaʔʧ] verbo transitivo To play (iv)

(Spanish) Jugar

Saq

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[saqʰ] adjetivo white

(Spanish) blanco

Saqle’n

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[saq.’leʔn] verbo transitivo smell

(Spanish) oler

Sb’al

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[sɓal] sustantivo right

(Spanish) derecho

So’tz

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[soʔʦ] sustantivo rattle

(Spanish) Sonaja, chinchín

Soplo’n  Ub’a’ntze’

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[sopʰ.loʔn] sustantivo arrow

(Spanish) flecha

Stranq’an

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[stran.’ʛan] sustantivo North American person

(Spanish) gringo

Stz’isle’n

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[sʦ’is.’leʔn] verbo transitivo sew

(Spanish) coser

stziky ta’

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[sʦikʲ taʔ] sustantivo inalienable father’s elder brother

(Spanish) tio (el hermano mayor de su padre)

Stzub’e’n

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[sʦu.’ɓeʔn] verbo transitivo spit

(Spanish) escupir

Ta’  Tajaj

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[taʔ] sustantivo inalienable father

(Spanish) padre

Ta’ql

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[’ta.ʔaql̥] sustantivo siempre poseido root

(Spanish) raíz

Tajtzqe’n

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[tah.’ʦqeʔn] verbo transitivo know

(Spanish) saber

Taq’le’n

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[taʛ.’leʔn] verbo transitivo give

(Spanish) dar

Tentztzaj

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[tenʦ.’ʦah] adverbio de tiempo long ago

(Spanish) hace mucho tiempo

Tilwe’n

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[til.’weʔn] verbo transitivo look at

(Spanish) mirar

titz’un ta’

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[ti.ʦ’un taʔ] sustantivo inalienable father’s younger brother

(Spanish) tio (el hermano menor de su padre)

Tk’a’yb’il

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[tʰk’aʔj.’ɓil̥] sustantivo Market

(Spanish) Mercado

Tukruj

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[tukʰ.’ruh] sustantivo owl

(Spanish) búho

Tup

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[tupʰ] sustantivo drum

(Spanish) Tambor (m)

Tx’i’

Tx’i’
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[tȿ͡’Iʔ] sustantivo dog

(Spanish) perro

Txikle’n  tolib’

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[tȿik.’leʔn] verbo intransitivo stand

(Spanish) estar de pie

txokum

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[tȿ͡o.’kum] sustantivo guest

(Spanish) Huésped

Tz’ojqelq tx’i’ eqlen

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[ʦ’oh.’qelqʰ tȿ͡’Iʔ eq.’len] frase tomorrow the dog will run

(Spanish) mañana el perro correrá

Tz’umlaj

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[ʦ͡’um.’lah] sustantivo inalienable skin

(Spanish) piel (humana)

Tza’j

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[ʦa’h] sustantivo ashes

(Spanish) cenizas

Tzine’j

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[ʦi.’neʔh] Adverbio de lugar here

(Spanish) aquí

Watse’n

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[wat.’seʔn] verbo To sing a lullaby, to lull a baby to sleep

(Spanish) Arrullarlo

wutzile’n nu’la’

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[wu.’ʦ͡i.leʔn nuʔl̥’.ʔaʔ] sustantivo generalmente no poseido lake

(Spanish) lago

Xaltyoxh

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[xal.’tjoʃ] sustantivo Incense burner

(Spanish) incensario (recipiente para quemar incienso)

Xalum

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[’ȿa.lum] sustantivo generalmente no poseido mosquito

(Spanish) zancudo

Xi’il wi’b’aj

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[ʂiʔ.il wiʔ.’ɓah] sustantivo de sustantivo hair

(Spanish) cabello

Xi’iyume’n

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[xiʔ.I.’ju.meʔn] frase To serve as midwife

(Spanish) Atender un parto

Xib’in

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[ȿi.’p’in] sustantivo siempre poseido brother

(Spanish) hermano (de mujer)

xib’in na’

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[ȿi.p’in naʔ] sustantivo inalienable mother’s elder brother

(Spanish) tio (el hermano mayor de su madre)

Xo’k

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[ȿoʔkʰ] sustantivo Bribe

(Spanish) Mordida (soborno)

Xo’ltza’lil b’och

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[ȿoʔl.ʦaʔ.’lil ɓoʧ] sustantivo boar

(Spanish) jabalí

Xq’e’l

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[ȿ.’ʛeʔl̥] sustantivo joke

(Spanish) broma

Xqelaj

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[ȿqe.’lah] sustantivo inalienable wife

(Spanish) esposa

Xtze’

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[ȿʦeʔ] sustantivo plant

(Spanish) planta

Xulij

Xulij
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[ȿu.lih] sustantivo flute

(Spanish) pito

Yab’

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[jɐɓ] sustantivo year

(Spanish) año

Yab’te’n

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[jaɓ.’teʔn] verbo intransitivo be ill

(Spanish) estar enfermo

Yax  Txa’x

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[jaȿ] adjetivo unripe

(Spanish) inmaduro

Yi ilk’ol

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[ji il.’k’ol] sustantivo the evil

(Spanish) El mal

Yi june’j

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[ji xun.eʔh] demostrativo that

(Spanish) aquél / aquella

Yolche’n

Yolche’n
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[jol.’ʧeʔn] verbo transitivo speak language

(Spanish) hablar (un idioma)