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Ajb’aq

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[ʔah.’ɓaqʰ] sustantivo Bone curer

(Spanish) Huesero

Ajb’itz

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[ʔah.’p’iʦ] sustantivo singer at religious ceremony

(Spanish) Cantor

Ajmuqunl

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[ah.mu.’qunl̥] sustantivo Grave digger

(Spanish) Enterrador

Ajnach

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[ʔah.’naʧ] sustantivo wiseman

(Spanish) sabio

Atz’uma’

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[’ʔa.ʦ͡’um.ʔaʔ] sustantivo generalmente no poseido sea

(Spanish) mar

B’a’n

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[[ɓaʔn]] adjetivo good

(Spanish) sucio

B’alum nche’kyimsan wunaq

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[p’a.lum nʧeʔ.’kʲim.san wu.’naqʰ] frase the jaguar killed the men

(Spanish) el jaguar mató a los hombres

Ch’u’l

Ch’u’l
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[ʧ͡’uʔl̥] sustantivo bird

(Spanish) pájaro

E’ nkyimsan b’alum

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

(Spanish) ellos mataron el jaguar

I’

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[ʔiʔ] pronombre he

(Spanish) él

I’ nche’kyimsan wunaq

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[ʔiʔ nʧeʔ.kʲim.’san wu.’naqʰ] frase he killed the men

(Spanish) él mató a los hombres

Ib’oy

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[ʔi.’ɓoj] sustantivo armadillo

(Spanish) armadillo

Itz’ej

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[ʔi.ʦ͡’eh] sustantivo moss

(Spanish) musgo

Jalaj

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[xa.lah] adverbio half

(Spanish) la mitad, medio-

Jatxle’n  Paxe’n

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[xat͡ȿ.’leʔn] verbo transitivo split

(Spanish) dividir

Ju’aj

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[xuʔ.’ah] sustantivo inalienable nose

(Spanish) nariz

Junt

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[xuntʰ] número other

(Spanish) otro

Juy

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[xuj] adjetivo small

(Spanish) pequeño

K’oxle’n  Jo’jle’n

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[k’oȿ.’leʔn] verbo transitivo pull

(Spanish) tirar

K’oxle’n

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[k’oȿ.’leʔn] verbo transitivo throw

(Spanish) lanzar

K’ub’se’n

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[k’uɓ.’seʔn] verbo intransitivo freeze

(Spanish) congelarse

kab’ox

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[ka.’ɓoȿ] pronombre interrogativo some

(Spanish) algunos

Kotz

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[koʦ] sustantivo Cultural heritage

(Spanish) herencia

Kya’j

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[kʲɐʔh] sustantivo generalmente no poseido sky

(Spanish) cielo

Kyajtir

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[kʲah.’tir] adverbio four times

(Spanish) cuatro veces-

Kyi’

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[kʲiʔ] adverbio de negación not

(Spanish) no (futuro)

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’ ltz’ojqel tx’i’ eqlen

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[kʲiʔ lʦ’oh.’qel tȿ͡’Iʔ eqlen] frase tomorrow the dog will not run

(Spanish) mañana el perro no correrá

Kyi’ najojqel

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[kʲIʔ nah.ʔoh.qel] frase he does not run

(Spanish) él no corre

Kyi’ nje’ b’ajsal

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[kʲIʔ nxeʔ ɓah.’sal] frase he did not eat it

(Spanish) él no lo comió

kyi’ ojqel tx’i’ ewt

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[kʲiʔ ʔoh.’qel tȿ͡’Iʔ ewt] frase yesterday the dog did not run

(Spanish) ayer el perro no corrió

kyi’k wi’

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[kʲiʔkʰ wiʔ] frase dull

(Spanish) sin filo

Kyime’n

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[kʲi.’meʔn] verbo intransitivo die

(Spanish) morir

Lmuj

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[lmuh] sustantivo pair, couple

(Spanish) pareja-

Max

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[maȿ] sustantivo left

(Spanish) izquierda

Mu’xhe’n  Junchku’ntu’

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[muʔ.’ʃeʔn] adverbio de cantidad few

(Spanish) pocos

Muj wutzkya’j

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[muh wuʦ.’kʲɐʔh] frase bad weather sky

(Spanish) cielo de mal tiempo

Na’  Txu’aj

Na’
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[naʔ] sustantivo inalienable mother

(Spanish) madre

Najchiojqel tx’i’

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

(Spanish) los perros corren (estan corriendo)

Najojqel

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[nah.ʔoh.qel] frase he runs

(Spanish) él corre

Ne’xh txuk

Ne’xh txuk
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[neʔʃ t͡ȿukʰ] sustantivo insect

(Spanish) insecto

Nitxa’

Nitxa’
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[ni.tȿ͡aʔ] sustantivo child

(Spanish) niño

Pach

Pach
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[paʧ] sustantivo duck

(Spanish) pato

Pak’aj

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[pa.’k’ah] sustantivo inalienable fingernail

(Spanish) uña

Pim

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[pim] adjetivo thick

(Spanish) grueso (de objetos planos)

Puqlaj

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[puqˣ.’lah] sustantivo dust

(Spanish) polvo

Q’ab’ qb’etz

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[ʛaɓ qɓeʦ] sustantivo Marimba sticks

(Spanish) Baqueta

Q’ajlb’il

Q’ajlb’il
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[ʛahl̥.’ɓil] sustantivo altar

(Spanish) Altar

Q’eq

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[ʛeqʰ] adjetivo black

(Spanish) negro

Q’u’j

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[ʛuʔh] sustantivo group -

(Spanish) grupo-

Qanaqa’jil

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[qa.na.qaʔ.’xil ] sustantivo neighbor

(Spanish) vecino

Qb’arel

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[qɓa.’rel̥] adjetivo be intoxicated

(Spanish) estar borracho

Qojle’n

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[qoh.’leʔn] verbo transitivo pour out

(Spanish) derramar algo

Qojxe’n  Qojxe’n

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[qoh.’ȿeʔn] verbo transitivo spill

(Spanish) derramarse

Sak’

Sak’
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[sak’] sustantivo grasshopper

(Spanish) saltamontes

Sim

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[sim] sustantivo bamboo

(Spanish) bambú

So’tz

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[soʔʦ] sustantivo rattle

(Spanish) Sonaja, chinchín

Stz’ake’n xo’w

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[sʦ’a.’keʔn ȿoʔw] verbo To cure of fright-related illness

(Spanish) Curar de susto

stziky ta’

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[sʦikʲ taʔ] sustantivo inalienable father’s elder brother

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

Su’

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[suʔ] sustantivo a type of oboe

(Spanish) chirimía

Tajtzqe’n

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[tah.’ʦqeʔn] verbo transitivo know

(Spanish) saber

tanub’ ta’

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[ta.nup’ taʔ] sustantivo inalienable father’s elder sister

(Spanish) tia (la hermana mayor de su padre)

tanub’ ta’

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[ta.nup’ taʔ] sustantivo inalienable father’s younger sister

(Spanish) tia (la hermana menor de su padre)

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

Tentztzaj

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[tenʦ.’ʦah] adverbio de tiempo long ago

(Spanish) hace mucho tiempo

Tiky’le’n

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[tikʲ’.’leʔn] verbo transitivo carry

(Spanish) llevar

Tilwen

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[til.’weʔn] verbo transitivo see

(Spanish) ver

titz’un na’

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[ti.ʦ’un naʔ] sustantivo inalienable mother’s younger sister

(Spanish) tia (la hermana menor de su madre)

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)

Tmuqb’il

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[tʰmuq.’ɓil̥] sustantivo Cemetery

(Spanish) Cementerio, camposanto

Tnum

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[tʰnum] sustantivo City

(Spanish) Ciudad

Trinpe’n

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[trin.’peʔn] verbo intransitivo fall

(Spanish) caer

Tukruj

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[tukʰ.’ruh] sustantivo owl

(Spanish) búho

Tup

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[tupʰ] sustantivo drum

(Spanish) Tambor (m)

Tx’otx’

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[tȿ͡’otȿ͡’] sustantivo earth

(Spanish) tierra

Txak’txuj

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[tȿ͡ak’.’tȿ͡uh] adjetivo cold

(Spanish) frío

Txumij xtxolb’il

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[tȿ͡u.’mih ȿ.’tȿ͡ol.ɓil̥] sustantivo story

(Spanish) cuento

Tz’ak’b’il

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[ʦ’ak’.’ɓil] sustantivo Medicine

(Spanish) Medicina, remedio

Tz’il

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[ʦ͡’il̥] adjetivo dirty

(Spanish) sucio

Tz’unum

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[ʦ’u.num] sustantivo hummingbird

(Spanish) colibri

Tzine’j

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[ʦi.’neʔh] Adverbio de lugar here

(Spanish) aquí

Tzlinb’il

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[tzlin.’ɓil] sustantivo Guitar

(Spanish) Guitarra

Ule’n

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[ʔu.’leʔn] verbo intransitivo come

(Spanish) venir

Umul

Umul
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[ʔu.’mul] sustantivo rabbit

(Spanish) conejo

Us

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[ʔus] sustantivo fly

(Spanish) mosca

Usil wakxh

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[ʔu.’sil wakʃ] sustantivo horsefly

(Spanish) tábano

Wi’nin  K’oloj

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[wiʔ.’nin] adverbio enough

(Spanish) bastante-

wiaq’i’n  Wiaq’e’nku’n

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[wi ʔa.ʛiʔn] verbo transitivo lie

(Spanish) mentir

Wo’

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[woʔ] sustantivo frog

(Spanish) sapo

wutzile’n nu’la’

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

(Spanish) lago

Xe’b’e’n tnum

Xe’b’e’n tnum
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[ȿeʔ.’ɓeʔn tʰnum] sustantivo Ruin

(Spanish) Ruina (templos Mayas)

Xha’ntzun

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[ʃaʔn.’ʦun] adverbio interrogativo de manera how

(Spanish) cómo

Xhq’oqinle’n

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[ʃʛo.qin.’leʔn] adverbio little by little

(Spanish) poco a poco-

Xiky’aj

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[ʂi.’kʲ’ah] sustantivo inalienable wing

(Spanish) ala

Xitx’

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[ȿit͡ȿ’] sustantivo witch

(Spanish) Lechuza (bruja)

Xo’ltze’

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[ȿoʔl̥.ʦ͡eʔ] sustantivo generalmente no poseido forest

(Spanish) bosque

Xo’w

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[ȿoʔw ] sustantivo Fright, illness

(Spanish) Susto

Xtze’

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[ȿʦeʔ] sustantivo plant

(Spanish) planta

Yab’il

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[ja.’ɓil] sustantivo Disease

(Spanish) Peste, enfermedad

Yi june’j

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[ji xun.eʔh] demostrativo this

(Spanish) esto / esta