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Ajchusunl

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[ʔah.ʧu.sunl̥] sustantivo teacher

(Spanish) maestro

Ajmuqunl

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[ah.mu.’qunl̥] sustantivo Grave digger

(Spanish) Enterrador

Alma’aj

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[ʔal.maʔ.’ah] sustantivo inalienable heart

(Spanish) corazón

Anub’

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[ʔa.nup’] sustantivo siempre poseido sister

(Spanish) hermana

B’a’n

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[[ɓaʔn]] adjetivo good

(Spanish) sucio

B’alum

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[p’a.lum] sustantivo tiger

(Spanish) tigre

b’eluj

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[p’e.’luh] número nine

(Spanish) nueve

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

B’itze’n
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[p’i.’ʦ’eʔn] verbo transitivo sing

(Spanish) cantar

B’iyle’n

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[p’ij.’leʔn] verbo transitivo hit

(Spanish) golpear / pegar

Ch’ekyaj

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[ʧ͡’e.’kʲah] sustantivo inalienable knee

(Spanish) rodilla

Chi’b’aj

Chi’b’aj
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[ʧ͡iʔ.’ɓah] sustantivo supletivo meat

(Spanish) carne

Chusu’nb’il

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

(Spanish) Escuela

Ib’oy

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[ʔi.’ɓoj] sustantivo armadillo

(Spanish) armadillo

Jun lmuj

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[xun lmuh] adverbio pair

(Spanish) par (m)-

Junnaq jun

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[xun.naqʰ xun] número twenty-one

(Spanish) veintiúno

K’ub’se’n

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[k’uɓ.’seʔn] verbo intransitivo freeze

(Spanish) congelarse

Kab’laj

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[kɐɓ.’lah] número twelve

(Spanish) doce

Kay

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[kaj] sustantivo fish

(Spanish) pescado

Kyi’

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[kʲiʔ] adverbio de negación not

(Spanish) no (futuro)

lupun

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[lu.’pun] adjetivo smooth

(Spanish) liso

Martoma’

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[mar.to.’¿maʔ] sustantivo Religious society

(Spanish) Cofradía

Na’ky’e’x

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

(Spanish) abuela materna

Niky’nintu’

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[nikʲ.nin.’tuʔ] adjetivo even

(Spanish) parejo-

Nojnaq

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[noh.’naqʰ] adjetivo full

(Spanish) lleno

O’

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[ʔoʔ] pronombre we (exclusive)

(Spanish) nosotros (exclusivo)

Q’ab’ tze’

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[ʛaɓ ʦeʔ] sustantivo branch

(Spanish) rama

Q’aq’

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[q’aʛ] sustantivo fire

(Spanish) fuego

Qataj

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[Qa.’tah] sustantivo God

(Spanish) Dios

Qojxe’n

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[qoh.’ȿeʔn] verbo transitivo spill

(Spanish) derramarse

Example: Qojxe’n

Qople’n

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[qop.’leʔn] verbo transitivo dig

(Spanish) cavar

Example: Xhuq’e’n

Sak’

Sak’
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[sak’] sustantivo grasshopper

(Spanish) saltamontes

Sb’al

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[sɓal] sustantivo right

(Spanish) derecho

Ta’ky’e’x

Ta’ky’e’x
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[taʔ.’kʲ’eʔȿ] sustantivo inalienable mother’s father

(Spanish) abuelo materno

Taw

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[taw] sustantivo owner, master

(Spanish) Dueño

Tenchiojqel tx’i’

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[ten.chi.oh.’qel tȿ͡’Iʔ] frase yesterday the dogs were running

(Spanish) ayer los perros estaban corriendo

Tnum

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[tʰnum] sustantivo town

(Spanish) Pueblo

Trinpe’n

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[trin.’peʔn] verbo intransitivo fall

(Spanish) caer

Tukruj

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[tukʰ.’ruh] sustantivo owl

(Spanish) búho

Txak’txuj

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[tȿ͡ak’.’tȿ͡uh] adjetivo cold

(Spanish) frío

Txolb’aje’n

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[tȿ͡ol.ɓa.’xe’ʔn] verbo intransitivo turn

(Spanish) voltear / dar la vuelta

Txuk

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[tȿ͡ukʰ] sustantivo animal

(Spanish) animal

Xhchaye’n

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[ʃʧa.’jeʔn] verbo transitivo bite

(Spanish) morder

Example: Xhak’e’n

Xhmilaj

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[ʃmi.’lah] sustantivo inalienable husband

(Spanish) esposo

Xi’il wi’b’aj

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

(Spanish) cabello

Xib’in

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

(Spanish) hermano (de mujer)

Xo’w

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[ȿoʔw ] sustantivo Fright, illness

(Spanish) Susto

Xtze’

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[ȿʦeʔ] sustantivo plant

(Spanish) planta

Xuple’n

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[ȿupʰ.’leʔn] verbo transitivo blow

(Spanish) soplar