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Ajk’in  sakopenar

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[ʔax.’k’in] sustantivo day

(Spanish) día

Ajk’untz’ar

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[ʔax.k’un.’t͡s’ar] verbo transitivo give

(Spanish) dar

Ajkanseyaj

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[ax.kan.se.’jax] sustantivo teacher

(Spanish) maestro

Ajkojk

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[aj.’koxk] sustantivo watchman

(Spanish) guardián

Ajner

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[ʔax.’ner] verbo intransitivo run

(Spanish) correr

Akb’i e tz’o’b’ ma’chi ani war ajnyob’

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[ʔak.’p’i ʔe ʧ͡’oʔp’ ma.’ʧ͡i a.’ni ax.’njop’] oracion yesterday the dogs were not running

(Spanish) ayer los perros no estaban corriendo

B’ak

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[p’ak] sustantivo bone

(Spanish) hueso

B’i’x  U’tpak’

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[p’iʔʃ] sustantivo seed

(Spanish) semilla

B’ijnusyajir

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[p’ix.nu.sja.’xir] verbo transitivo think

(Spanish) pensar

B’orom

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[p’o.’rom] número nine

(Spanish) nueve

Ch’an sukchij

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[t͡ʃ’aʔn.’sukʧ͡ix] sustantivo de sustantivo rope

(Spanish) Lazo

Ch’ich’  ch’ich

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[ʧ͡’iʧ͡’] sustantivo siempre poseido blood

(Spanish) sangre general

Ch’o’k

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[ʧ͡’oʔk] sustantivo mouse

(Spanish) ratón

Ch’urer

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[ʧ’u.’ɾer] verbo transitivo rub

(Spanish) frotar

Chamer

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[ʧ͡a.’mer] verbo intransitivo die

(Spanish) morir

Chicher

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[ʧ͡i.’ʧ͡er] sustantivo skin (of a human

(Spanish) piel (humana)

Chinamir

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[ʧ͡i.na.’mir] sustantivo City

(Spanish) Ciudad

Chuchu’ tz’i’

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[ʧ͡u.’ʧ͡uʔ ʧ͡’iʔ] sustantivo pup

(Spanish) cachorro

E jab’ xe’ watar

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[ʔe xap’ ʃeʔ wa.’tar] adverbio de tiempo next year

(Spanish) el año que viene

E wirixmis uchamse e winikob’

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[ʔe wi.riʃ.’mis u.ʧ͡am.’se ʔe wi.ni.’kob’]] oracion the jaguar killed the men

(Spanish) el jaguar mató a los hombres

Ejk’ar e tz’i’ ma’chi’x ajni

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[ʔexk’ar ʔe ʧ͡’i’ maʔ.’ʧ͡iʃ aj.’ni] oracion insect

(Spanish) mañana el perro no correrá

In uchak’ar

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[ʔin u.t͡sa.’k’ar] número twenty-one

(Spanish) veintiúno

Inchuren

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[ʔin.ʧ͡u.’ɾen] adjetivo poseido be tasty

(Spanish) ser delicioso

Inkojt’ix

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[ʔin.kox.’t’iʃ] número other

(Spanish) otro

Innajt

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[in.’naxt] adverbio far

(Spanish) lejos

Irnir

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[ʔir.’nir] verbo transitivo see

(Spanish) ver

Ja’x

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[xaʔʃ] pronombre he

(Spanish) él

Ja’x

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[xaʔʃ] pronombre she

(Spanish) ella

Ja’x uk’uxi e Chay

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[xaʔʃ u.k’u.’ʃi ʔe ʧ͡aj] oracion he ate fish

(Spanish) él comió pescado

Jujra’r

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[xux.’ɾaʔr] verbo transitivo throw

(Spanish) lanzar

Jujtna’r

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[xuxt.’naʔr] verbo transitivo blow

(Spanish) soplar

K’ajt numer

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[’k’axt.nu.’mer] sustantivo de sustantivo story

(Spanish) cuento

K’aywa’r

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[k’aj.’waʔr] verbo transitivo sing

(Spanish) cantar

K’ojna’  Cha’sakun

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[k’ox.’naʔ] sustantivo father’s younger sister

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

K’ojna’  Cha’sakun

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[k’ox.’naʔ] sustantivo mother’s younger sister

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

K’ojna’

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[k’ox.’naʔ] sustantivo mothers’ elder sister

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

K’uxmayaj

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[k’uʃ.ma.’jax] sustantivo Bribe

(Spanish) Mordida (soborno)

Ku’m

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[kuʔm] sustantivo egg

(Spanish) huevo

kuxur

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[ku.’ʃur] adjetivo wet

(Spanish) mojado

La’in

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[laʔ.’in] número ten

(Spanish) diez

Ma  Ima

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[ma] adverbio de negación not

(Spanish) no (futuro)

Ma’chi inwira e Tz’i’

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[maʔʧ͡i in.wi.ra ʔe ʧ͡’i’] oracion no, I did not see the dog

(Spanish) no, no ví el perro

Ma’n

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[maʔn] sustantivo Servant, paid laborer

(Spanish) Mozo

Mab’anb’an u’tk’in

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[ma.p’an.p’an uʔt.’k’in] frase bad weather sky

(Spanish) cielo de mal tiempo

majukb’ir

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[ma.xuk.’p’ir] frase dull

(Spanish) sin filo

Morwa’r  moror otot

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[moɾ.’waʔr ] sustantivo village

(Spanish) aldea

Mut  mut’

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[mut] sustantivo bird

(Spanish) pájaro

ne’n

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[neʔn] pronombre I

(Spanish) yo

No’n

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[noʔn] pronombre we (exclusive)

(Spanish) nosotros (exclusivo)

No’x

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[noʔʃ] pronombre you (plural)

(Spanish) vosotros / ustedes

Noj yaxaj

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[nox ja.’ʃax] sustantivo horsefly

(Spanish) tábano

Nojta’  nuxi’ / nixi

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[nox.’taʔ ] adjetivo big

(Spanish) grande

Noxib’

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[no.’ʃip’] sustantivo inalienable husband

(Spanish) esposo

Noy

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[noj] sustantivo father’s father

(Spanish) abuelo paterno

nu’tpya’rir

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[nuʔt.’pjaʔ.ɾir] sustantivo neighbor

(Spanish) vecino

Ojrer

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[ʔox.’ɾer] verbo intransitivo fall

(Spanish) caer

Pa’chja’

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[paʔʧ͡.’xaʔ] sustantivo duck

(Spanish) pato

Pajnwa’r

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[paxn.’waʔr] verbo intransitivo dig

(Spanish) cavar

Pak’ab’

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[pa.’k’ap’] sustantivo person (human being)

(Spanish) persona (ser humano)

Pechak

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[pe.’ʧ͡ak] sustantivo cactus

(Spanish) cacto

pojka’r

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[pox.’kaʔr] verbo transitivo wipe

(Spanish) limpiar

Purutsyajir

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[pu.ɾut͡.sja.’xir] verbo transitivo burn

(Spanish) quemar

Rum

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[ɾum] sustantivo earth

(Spanish) tierra

Rumir

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[ɾu.’mir] sustantivo world

(Spanish) Mundo

Sajmi  Ko’ner

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[sax.’mi] adverbio de tiempo today

(Spanish) hoy

Sakpak’ab’

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[sak.pa.’k’ap’] sustantivo non-indigenous man

(Spanish) ladino

Si’tz

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[siʔʧ͡] sustantivo child

(Spanish) niño

Su’tz

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[suʔt͡s] sustantivo bat

(Spanish) murciélago

T’iw

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[t’iw] sustantivo eagle

(Spanish) águila

Ta’knar  Uyuxina’r

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[taʔk.’nar] sustantivo siempre poseido bark

(Spanish) corteza

Tak’an

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[ta.’k’an] adjetivo ripe

(Spanish) maduro

Tan

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[tan] sustantivo ashes

(Spanish) cenizas

Te’

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[teʔ] sustantivo tree

(Spanish) árbol

Tu’b’ir  tu’

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[tuʔ.’p’ir] sustantivo inalienable mother

(Spanish) madre

Tuk’a ajk’in

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[tu.’k’a ʔax.’k’in] adverbio de tiempo when

(Spanish) cuando

Tuno’ron

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[tu.’noʔ.o.’ɾon] sustantivo relacional all

(Spanish) todos

Turer

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[tu.’ɾer] verbo intransitivo live

(Spanish) vivir

Tzutz’

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[ ts͡uts͡´’ ] sustantivo feather

(Spanish) pluma

U’t’te’

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[[ʔuʔt’.’teʔ] ] sustantivo stick

(Spanish) palo

Uch’arib’cha’

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[u.ʧ͡’a.’rip’.ʧ͡aʔ] sustantivo tablet where women grind food for feasting

(Spanish) molendera (tabla donde se pone piedra de moler)

Ujtz

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[uxʧ͡] verbo To worship

(Spanish) Adorar

Upat  pat

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[u.pat] sustantivo bark

(Spanish) corteza

Ut’wej

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[[ʔut’.’wex] ] sustantivo inalienable tooth

(Spanish) diente

utu’

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[u.’tuʔ] sustantivo female

(Spanish) hembra

Utzutzer jor

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[ʔu.t͡su.’t͡ser xor ] sustantivo de sustantivo hair

(Spanish) cabello

Uyototir Kanwa’r

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[u.jo.to.tir kan.waʔr] sustantivo School

(Spanish) Escuela

wa’

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[[wa’] ] sustantivo leg

(Spanish) pierna

Wak

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[wak] número six

(Spanish) seis

Waxik

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[wa.’ʃik] número eight

(Spanish) ocho

Wayner

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[waj.’ner] verbo intransitivo sleep

(Spanish) dormir

Wich’

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[wi’ʧ͡’] sustantivo wing

(Spanish) ala

Wixka’r  wilama

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[wiʃ.’kaʔr] sustantivo wife

(Spanish) esposa

Xab’syajir

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[ʃap’.sja.’xir] verbo transitivo scratch

(Spanish) rascar

Xanb’ar

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[ʃan.’p’ar] verbo intransitivo walk

(Spanish) caminar

Xejir

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[ʃe.’xir] verbo transitivo vomit

(Spanish) vomitar

Xemem

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[ʃe.’mem] sustantivo liver

(Spanish) hígado

Xurma’rir

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[ʃur.maʔ.’ɾir] verbo transitivo cut

(Spanish) cortar

Yark’ir

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[jar.’k’ir] sustantivo bee

(Spanish) abeja

Yunen

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[ju.’nen] sustantivo son

(Spanish) hijo (de hombre)

¿Chi?

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[ʧ͡i] pronombre interrogativo who

(Spanish) ¿quién?