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Ajb’aq

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[ʔah.’ɓaqʰ] sustantivo Bone curer

(Spanish) Huesero

Ajtz’ak

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[ʔah.’ʦ’akʰ] sustantivo doctor

(Spanish) Médico, doctor

Ajxetze’inl

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[ʔah.ȿe.ʦeʔ.’ʔinl̥] sustantivo Prisoner

(Spanish) Preso

Ajxq’e’linl

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[ʔah.ȿʛeʔ.’linl̥] adjetivo Funny

(Spanish) Chistoso, cómico

Ajyoq’onl

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[ʔah.jo.’ʛonl̥] sustantivo fertility massager

(Spanish) Sobadora

Ak’

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[ʔak’] adjetivo wet

(Spanish) mojado

Al

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[ʔal] adjetivo heavy

(Spanish) pesado (que pesa)

Alaj

Alaj
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[ʔa.lah] sustantivo siempre poseido son

(Spanish) hijo (de mujer)

Alma’aj

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[ʔal.maʔ.’ʔah] sustantivo soul

(Spanish) Alma

Anq’i’n

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[ʔaŋ.’ʛiʔn] verbo intransitivo live

(Spanish) vivir

Atz’uma’

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

(Spanish) mar

Awol

Awol
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[ʔa.’wol] sustantivo farmer

(Spanish) persona que siembra milpa

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’och

B’och
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[p’oʧ] sustantivo pig

(Spanish) cerdo

Chi’ch’

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[ʧ͡iʔʧ͡’] sustantivo blood

(Spanish) sangre

Chuqla’

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[chuq.’laʔ] sustantivo goose

(Spanish) ganso, oca

E’b’aj

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[eʔ.’ɓah] sustantivo inalienable tooth

(Spanish) diente

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

In

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[ʔin] pronombre I

(Spanish) yo

Itz’e’n

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[ʔi.’ʦ’eʔn] verbo intransitivo be born

(Spanish) nacer

Itz’un

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[ʔi.ʦ’un] sustantivo inalienable younger sister

(Spanish) hermana menor

Junt

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[xuntʰ] número other

(Spanish) otro

K’oxle’n

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[k’oȿ.’leʔn] verbo transitivo pull

(Spanish) tirar

Example: Jo’jle’n

Kab’

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[kɐɓ] número two

(Spanish) dos

Kab’il

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[ka.’ɓil] sustantivo both

(Spanish) ambos, los dos-

kab’ox

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[ka.’ɓoȿ] pronombre interrogativo some

(Spanish) algunos

Kab’tir

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[kɐɓ.’tir] adverbio twice

(Spanish) dos veces-

Example: Ka’weq

Kay

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[kaj] sustantivo fish

(Spanish) pescado

Kure’ch

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[ku.’reʔʧ] sustantivo woodpecker

(Spanish) pájaro carpintero

Kuxaj

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[ku.’ʂah] sustantivo inalienable leg

(Spanish) pierna

Kya’j

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[kʲɐʔh] sustantivo generalmente no poseido sky

(Spanish) cielo

Kyeqil

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[kʲe.’qil] adverbio all, everything

(Spanish) todo-

Kyi’ nb’aj kay taq’un

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[kʲIʔ nɓah kaj ’ta.ʛun] frase he did not eat fish

(Spanish) él no comió pescado

Kyi’k jun

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[kʲiʔkʰ xun] adverbio anyone, no one

(Spanish) ninguno-

Kyimse’n

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[kʲim.’seʔn] verbo transitivo kill

(Spanish) matar

Muj wutzkya’j

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[muh wuʦ.’kʲɐʔh] frase bad weather sky

(Spanish) cielo de mal tiempo

Na’ky’e’x

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

(Spanish) abuela paterna

Na’ky’e’x

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

(Spanish) abuela materna

na’ttzun

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[naʔt.’ʦun] Adverbio de lugar where

(Spanish) donde

Nawlil alma’

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

(Spanish) Espíritu del muerto

Ne’xh txuk

Ne’xh txuk
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[neʔʃ t͡ȿukʰ] sustantivo insect

(Spanish) insecto

Ni’ku’n

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[niʔ.’kuʔn] adjetivo same

(Spanish) mismo, igual-

Niky’nintu’

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[nikʲ.nin.’tuʔ] adjetivo even

(Spanish) parejo-

Oy

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[ʔoj] sustantivo Offering

(Spanish) Ofrenda

Pach

Pach
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[paʧ] sustantivo Ranch

(Spanish) Rancho

Pak’aj

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[pa.’k’ah] sustantivo inalienable fingernail

(Spanish) uña

Pat

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[paʧ] sustantivo duck

(Spanish) pato

Potb’il

Potb’il
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[potʰ.’ɓil] sustantivo Ball

(Spanish) Pelota, bola

Q’ab’aj

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[ʛa.’ɓah] sustantivo inalienable hand

(Spanish) mano

Qanaj

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[qa.’nah] sustantivo inalienable foot

(Spanish) pie

Sak’

Sak’
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[sak’] sustantivo grasshopper

(Spanish) saltamontes

Samliky’

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[sam.’likʲ’] sustantivo sand (of a river)

(Spanish) arena de río

Saq

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[saqʰ] adjetivo white

(Spanish) blanco

So’tz

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[soʔʦ] sustantivo rattle

(Spanish) Sonaja, chinchín

So’tz lub’aj

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[soʔʦ lu.’ɓah] sustantivo shaker

(Spanish) Cascabel (m)

Soplo’n

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[sopʰ.loʔn] sustantivo arrow

(Spanish) flecha

Example: Ub’a’ntze’

Stz’ake’n

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[sʦ’a.’keʔn ] verbo To cure

(Spanish) Curarlo

Stz’isle’n

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[sʦ’is.’leʔn] verbo transitivo sew

(Spanish) coser

Stz’ub’le’n

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[sʦ’uɓ.’leʔn] verbo transitivo suck

(Spanish) chupar

Ta’ky’e’x

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

(Spanish) abuelo materno

Ta’ql

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[’ta.ʔaql̥] sustantivo siempre poseido root

(Spanish) raíz

Talaje’n

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[ta.la.’xeʔn] verbo intransitivo give birth

(Spanish) dar a luz

Example: Ule’n yos

Talche’n

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[tal.’ʧeʔn] verbo transitivo say

(Spanish) decir

Taw

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[taw] sustantivo owner, master

(Spanish) Dueño

Tb’iyb’il wakxh

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[tʰɓij.’ɓil̥ wakʃ] sustantivo Slaughterhouse

(Spanish) Rastro, donde se mata animales

Tij

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[tih ] sustantivo female

(Spanish) hembra

Tnum

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[tʰnum] sustantivo City

(Spanish) Ciudad

Tukruj

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[tukʰ.’ruh] sustantivo owl

(Spanish) búho

Tx’otx’aj

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[tʂ͡’o:.’tʂ͡’ah] sustantivo inalienable liver

(Spanish) hígado

Tz’ak’b’il

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[ʦ’ak’.’ɓil] sustantivo Medicine

(Spanish) Medicina, remedio

Tz’unum

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[ʦ’u.num] sustantivo hummingbird

(Spanish) colibri

Tzatzi’n

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[ʦa.’ʦiʔn] sustantivo party

(Spanish) Fiesta

Tzi’aj

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[ʦiʔ.’ah] sustantivo inalienable mouth

(Spanish) boca

Tzo’m

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[ʦoʔm] sustantivo wood

(Spanish) madera

Wate’n

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[wa.’teʔn] verbo To hold a wake for

(Spanish) Velarlo

Wate’n alma’

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[wa.’teʔn ʔal.’maʔ] sustantivo Wake

(Spanish) Velorio

Watse’n

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

(Spanish) Arrullarlo

weqle’n

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[weq.’leʔn] verbo To decorate

(Spanish) Adornarlo

Wikojb’il

B’ene’ntzi’n
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[wi.koh.’ɓil] sustantivo world

(Spanish) Mundo

Example: B’ene’ntzi’n

Wunaqtxuk

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[wu.naqʰ.’t͡ȿukʰ.] sustantivo bee

(Spanish) abeja

Wutz

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[wuʦ] sustantivo generalmente no poseido mountain

(Spanish) cerro

wutzile’n nu’la’

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

(Spanish) lago

Xa’pe’n

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[ȿaʔ.’peʔn] verbo transitivo vomit

(Spanish) vomitar

Xalum

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[’ȿa.lum] sustantivo generalmente no poseido mosquito

(Spanish) zancudo

Xaq

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[ȿa:qʰ] sustantivo siempre poseido leaf

(Spanish) hoja

Xha’ntzun

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[ʃaʔn.’ʦun] adverbio interrogativo de manera how

(Spanish) cómo

Xhchuk

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[ʃʧukʰ] adjetivo alone

(Spanish) a solas-

Xhilix

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[ʃi.’liȿ] adjetivo thin

(Spanish) delgado (objetos cilíndricos)

Xho’k

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[ʃoʔkʰ] adjetivo twisted

(Spanish) torcido-

Xitx’

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[ȿit͡ȿ’] sustantivo witch

(Spanish) Lechuza (bruja)

Xk’oml

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[ȿk’oml̥] sustantivo siempre poseido bark

(Spanish) corteza

Xob’e’n

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[ȿo.’ɓeʔn] verbo intransitivo fear (v)

(Spanish) tener miedo (v)

Xtx’ajle’n

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[xtȿ͡’ah.’leʔn] verbo transitivo wash

(Spanish) lavar

Yab’

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[jɐɓ] sustantivo year

(Spanish) año

Yab’il

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[ja.’ɓil] sustantivo Disease

(Spanish) Peste, enfermedad

Yax

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[jaȿ] adjetivo unripe

(Spanish) inmaduro

Example: Txa’x

Yule’n

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[ju.’leʔn] verbo transitivo rub

(Spanish) frotar