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[ʔah.’ɓe.ʦum] sustantivo Musician

(Spanish) Músico

Ajxq’e’linl

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[ʔah.ȿʛeʔ.’linl̥] adjetivo Funny

(Spanish) Chistoso, cómico

Alaj

Alaj
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[ʔa.lah] sustantivo siempre poseido son

(Spanish) hijo (de mujer)

At b’anlaj tib’aj

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[ʔat ɓan.’lah ’ti.ɓah] adjetivo Blessed

(Spanish) Bendito (de haber recibido la bendición)

Axh

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[ʔaʃ] pronombre you (singular)

(Spanish) tú / vos / usted (singular)

B’a’n

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[[ɓaʔn]] adjetivo good

(Spanish) bueno

B’ajxnaq anub’

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

(Spanish) hermana mayor

B’alum

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[p’a.lum] sustantivo jaguar

(Spanish) jaguar

B’alum

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[p’a.lum] sustantivo tiger

(Spanish) tigre

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

B’e’

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[p’eʔ] sustantivo path

(Spanish) camino

B’uru’

B’uru’
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[ɓu.’ruʔ] sustantivo mule

(Spanish) mulo(a)

Chuqla’

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[chuq.’laʔ] sustantivo goose

(Spanish) ganso, oca

Chusu’nb’il

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

(Spanish) Escuela

E’ wunaq

E’ wunaq
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[ʔeʔ wu.’naqʰ] sustantivo people

(Spanish) personas

I’

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[ʔiʔ] pronombre he

(Spanish) él

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

Itzikyaj

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

(Spanish) hermano mayor

Jikyich

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[[xi.’kʲiʧ]] adjetivo straight

(Spanish) recto

Ju’aj

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[xuʔ.’ah] sustantivo inalienable nose

(Spanish) nariz

Junnaq lajuj

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[xun.naqʰ la.’xuh] número thirty

(Spanish) treinta

K’olche’n

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

(Spanish) sentarse

K’olob’

K’olob’
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[k’o.’loɓ] sustantivo egg

(Spanish) huevo

K’ub’se’n

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[k’uɓ.’seʔn] verbo intransitivo freeze

(Spanish) congelarse

Ka’l alma’

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[kaʔl ʔal.’maʔ ] sustantivo Grave

(Spanish) panteón, tumba, nicho

Kab’

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[kɐɓ] número two

(Spanish) dos

kachi’

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[[ka.’ʧ͡iʔ]] adjetivo new

(Spanish) malo

Kmon

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[kʰmon] sustantivo village

(Spanish) aldea

Kmon qatanum

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[kʰmon qa.’ta.num] sustantivo siempre poseido ethnic group

(Spanish) grupo étnico

Kya’j

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[kʲɐʔh] sustantivo generalmente no poseido sky

(Spanish) cielo

Kyeqilku’n

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[kʲe.qil.’kuʔn] adverbio everyone

(Spanish) todo el mundo

Kyi’

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[kʲiʔ] adverbio de negación not

(Spanish) no (futuro)

Kyi’ lajluch

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[kʲIʔ lah.’luʧ] adjetivo invisible

(Spanish) invisible-

Kyime’n

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[kʲi.’meʔn] verbo intransitivo die

(Spanish) morir

Kyimse’n

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[kʲim.’seʔn] verbo transitivo kill

(Spanish) matar

Lajuj

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[la.’xuh] número ten

(Spanish) diez

Le junt yab’

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[le xuntʰ jɐɓ] adverbio de tiempo next year

(Spanish) el año que viene

Lmuj

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[lmuh] sustantivo pair, couple

(Spanish) pareja-

Male’n

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[ma:.’leʔn] verbo intransitivo swell

(Spanish) hincharse

Martoma’

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

(Spanish) Cofradía

Mixh

Mixh
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[miʃ] sustantivo cat

(Spanish) gato

Naqa’j

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[na.qaʔh] adverbio near

(Spanish) cerca

Ojqe’l

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[ʔoh.’qeʔl̥] verbo intransitivo run

(Spanish) correr

Oy

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[ʔoj] sustantivo Offering

(Spanish) Ofrenda

Pak’aj

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[pa.’k’ah] sustantivo inalienable fingernail

(Spanish) uña

Q’ab’ qb’etz

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[ʛaɓ qɓeʦ] sustantivo Marimba sticks

(Spanish) Baqueta

Q’ab’aj

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[ʛa.’ɓah] sustantivo inalienable hand

(Spanish) mano

Q’ajlb’il

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

(Spanish) Altar

Q’ej

Q’ej
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[ʛe:h] sustantivo generalmente no poseido sun

(Spanish) sol

Qb’arel

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[qɓa.’rel̥] adjetivo be intoxicated

(Spanish) estar borracho

Qojxe’n  Qojxe’n

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[qoh.’ȿeʔn] verbo transitivo spill

(Spanish) derramarse

Saja’ch

Saja’ch
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[sa.xaʔʧ] verbo transitivo play

(Spanish) jugar

Samliky’

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

(Spanish) arena de río

Sb’al

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[sɓal] sustantivo right

(Spanish) derecho

Sniky

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[snikʲ] sustantivo ant

(Spanish) hormiga

Soplo’n  Ub’a’ntze’

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[sopʰ.loʔn] sustantivo arrow

(Spanish) flecha

Sqil xekya’j

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[sqil ȿe.’kʲɐʔh] frase clear sky

(Spanish) cielo azul

Stranq’an

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[stran.’ʛan] sustantivo North American person

(Spanish) gringo

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

Tajle’n

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[tah.’leʔn] verbo transitivo count

(Spanish) contar (1, 2, 3...)

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

Tb’ite’n

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[tʰɓi.teʔn] verbo transitivo hear

(Spanish) escuchar

Tentztzaj

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[tenʦ.’ʦah] adverbio de tiempo long ago

(Spanish) hace mucho tiempo

Tij

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[tih ] sustantivo female

(Spanish) hembra

Tij tx’i’

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[tih t͡ȿIʔ] sustantivo bitch

(Spanish) perra

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)

Tk’a’yb’il

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[tʰk’aʔj.’ɓil̥] sustantivo Market

(Spanish) Mercado

Tmuqb’il

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[tʰmuq.’ɓil̥] sustantivo Cemetery

(Spanish) Cementerio, camposanto

Tx’i’

Tx’i’
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[tȿ͡’Iʔ] sustantivo dog

(Spanish) perro

Tx’otx’

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[tȿ͡’otȿ͡’] sustantivo earth

(Spanish) tierra

Tx’otx’aj

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

(Spanish) hígado

Txak’txuj

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[tȿ͡ak’.’tȿ͡uh] adjetivo cold

(Spanish) frío

Tz’a’

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[ʦ͡’aʔ] adjetivo hot

(Spanish) caliente

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

Tza’j

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[ʦa’h] sustantivo ashes

(Spanish) cenizas

Tzatzi’n

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[ʦa.’ʦiʔn] sustantivo party

(Spanish) Fiesta

Tzlinb’il

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[tzlin.’ɓil] sustantivo Guitar

(Spanish) Guitarra

Wa’a’n  B’ajse’n

Wa’a’n
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[waʔ.’aʔn] verbo transitivo eat

(Spanish) comer

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

weqle’n

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[weq.’leʔn] verbo To decorate

(Spanish) Adornarlo

Wikojb’il  B’ene’ntzi’n

Wikojb’il
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[wi.koh.’ɓil] sustantivo world

(Spanish) Mundo

Wunaqtxuk

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[wu.naqʰ.’t͡ȿukʰ.] sustantivo bee

(Spanish) abeja

Xa’pe’n

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[ȿaʔ.’peʔn] verbo transitivo vomit

(Spanish) vomitar

Xe’b’e’n tnum

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

(Spanish) Ruina (templos Mayas)

Xhchinaj

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[ʃ.ʧ͡i.’nah] sustantivo inalienable ear

(Spanish) oído

Xi’

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[ʂiʔ] sustantivo feather

(Spanish) pluma

Xi’il wi’b’aj

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

(Spanish) cabello

xib’in na’

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)

Xiky’e’n

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[ȿi.’kʲ’eʔn] verbo intransitivo fly (v.)

(Spanish) volar (v.)

Xob’e’n

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

(Spanish) tener miedo (v)

Xtxumle’n

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[xtȿ͡͡͡um.’leʔn] verbo transitivo think

(Spanish) pensar

Xuple’n

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[ȿupʰ.’leʔn] verbo transitivo blow

(Spanish) soplar

Yi june’j

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[ji xun.eʔh] demostrativo that

(Spanish) aquél / aquella

Yub’e’n

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[ju.’ɓeʔn] adjetivo pretty

(Spanish) bonito-