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Ajb’onwa’r

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[ʔax.p’on.’waʔr] verbo transitivo spill

(Spanish) derramarse

Ajchukchayob’ mutob’

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[ʔax.ʧ͡uk.ʧ͡a.’jop’ mu.’top’] sustantivo plural kingfishers

(Spanish) los martín pescador

Ajk’in

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[ʔax.’k’in] sustantivo day

(Spanish) día

Example: sakopenar

Ajk’untz’ar

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

(Spanish) dar

Ajmokir

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[ʔax.mo.’kir] verbo intransitivo be ill

(Spanish) estar enfermo

Example: Ajmok

Ajner

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[ʔax.’ner] verbo intransitivo run

(Spanish) correr

Ajni e tz’i’

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[ʔax.’ni ʔe t͡s’iʔ] frase the dog runs

(Spanish) el perro corre

Ajnyo’b’ e tz’o’b’

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[ʔax.’njoʔp’ ʔe t͡s’oʔp’] frase the dogs are running

(Spanish) los perros corren (estan corriendo)

Akb’i ma’chi ajni e tz’i’

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[ʔak.’p’i maʔ.’ʧ͡i ax.’ni e ʧ͡’i’] oracion yesterday the dog did not run

(Spanish) ayer el perro no corrió

Ara’k

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[ʔa.’raʔk] sustantivo animal

(Spanish) animal

Aras

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[ʔa.’ɾas] verbo transitivo play

(Spanish) jugar

Example: Arasyaj

B’ajk’utir

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[p’ax.k’u.’tir] verbo intransitivo fear (v)

(Spanish) tener miedo (v)

B’anixto

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[p’a.niʃ.’to] adjetivo correct

(Spanish) correcto

Example: B’an

B’i’x

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[p’iʔʃ] sustantivo seed

(Spanish) semilla

Example: U’tpak’

B’ijnusyajir

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

(Spanish) pensar

B’ut’ur

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[p’u.’t’ur] adjetivo full

(Spanish) lleno

Ch’aku’

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[ʧ͡’a.’kuʔ] sustantivo woodpecker

(Spanish) pájaro carpintero

Ch’arib’ b’i’x

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[ʧ͡ ’a.ɾip’ p’iʔʃ ] sustantivo de sustantivo belly

(Spanish) vientre

ch’awaren

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[t͡s’a.wa.’ren] adjetivo siempre poseido sharp

(Spanish) agudo

Ch’ich’

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[ʧ͡’iʧ͡’] sustantivo siempre poseido blood

(Spanish) sangre general

Example: ch’ich

Cha’k’ar

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[t͡saʔ.’k’ar] número forty

(Spanish) cuarenta

Cha’la’in

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[t͡saʔ.laʔ.’in] número twelve

(Spanish) doce

Chakchak’

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[ʧ͡ak.’ʧ͡ak’] adjetivo red

(Spanish) rojo

Chamer

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[ʧ͡a.’mer] verbo intransitivo die

(Spanish) morir

Chamesyajir

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[ʧ͡a.me.sja.’xir] verbo transitivo kill

(Spanish) matar

Chicher

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

(Spanish) piel (humana)

Chojka’r

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[ʧ͡ox.’kaʔr] verbo transitivo pull

(Spanish) tirar

Chuchu’

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[ʧ͡u.’ʧ͡uʔ] adjetivo small

(Spanish) pequeño

E winik

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[ʔe wi.’nik] sustantivo man (adult male)

(Spanish) el hombre (varón adulto)

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

E’ra

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[eʔ.’ɾa] demostrativo this

(Spanish) esto / esta

Ejk’ar ajnitaka e tz’i’

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[[ejk’ar.’axnitaka.’e tʃ’i’]] oracion tomorrow the dog will run

(Spanish) mañana el perro correrá

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

Inb’ar

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[ʔin.’p’ar] adjetivo heavy

(Spanish) pesado (que pesa)

Ink’ijn

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[ʔin.’k’ixn ] adjetivo hot

(Spanish) caliente

Innajt

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[in.’naxt] adverbio far

(Spanish) lejos

Ja’

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[xaʔ ] sustantivo water

(Spanish) agua

Ja’x uchamse e winikob’

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[xaʔʃ u.ʧ͡am.’se ʔe wi.ni.’kop’]] oracion he killed the men

(Spanish) él mató a los hombres

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

Jujtna’r

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[xuxt.’naʔr] verbo transitivo blow

(Spanish) soplar

K’ank’an

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[k’an.’k’an ] adjetivo yellow

(Spanish) amarillo

K’ojna’

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

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

Example: Cha’sakun

K’ojna’

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

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

Example: Cha’sakun

Kachma’r

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[kaʧ͡.’maʔr] verbo transitivo tie

(Spanish) amarrar

Kajrna’r

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[kaxr.’naʔr] verbo transitivo bite

(Spanish) morder

Kiskis

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[kis.’kis] sustantivo bedbug

(Spanish) chinche

La’in Uchak’ar

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[laʔ.’in u.t͡sa.’k’ar] número thirty

(Spanish) treinta

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

Majresyajir

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[max.ɾe.sja.’xir] verbo transitivo lie

(Spanish) mentir

majukb’ir

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[ma.xuk.’p’ir] frase dull

(Spanish) sin filo

Makmayaj

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[mak.ma.’jax] sustantivo Jail

(Spanish) Calabozo, cárcel

Mi’xu

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[mi.’ʔi.ʃu] adjetivo short

(Spanish) corto

Na’tanyajir

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[naʔ.tan.ja.’xir] verbo transitivo know

(Spanish) saber

Nak’ut

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[na.’k’ut] sustantivo de sustantivo eye

(Spanish) ojo

Ne’t

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[neʔt] pronombre you (singular)

(Spanish) tú / vos / usted (singular)

Nej

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[nex] sustantivo tail

(Spanish) cola

No’x

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[noʔʃ] pronombre you (plural)

(Spanish) vosotros / ustedes

Noj t’u’m

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[nox t’uʔm] adjetivo wide

(Spanish) ancho

Nojirnib’

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[no.xir.’nip’] sustantivo Ruin

(Spanish) Ruina (templos Mayas)

Nojmasa’

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[nox.ma.’saʔ] sustantivo deer

(Spanish) ciervo

Noy

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[noj] sustantivo father’s father

(Spanish) abuelo paterno

Noya

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[no.’ja] sustantivo father’s mother

(Spanish) abuela paterna

Noya

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[no.’ja] sustantivo mother’s mother

(Spanish) abuela materna

O’jroner

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[oʔx.ɾo.’ner ] sustantivo language

(Spanish) idioma

O’rpix

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[ʔoʔr.’piʂ] sustantivo inalienable knee

(Spanish) rodilla

ok’em

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[ʔo.’k’em] adjetivo rotten

(Spanish) podrido

pojpoj

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[pox.’pox] sustantivo frog

(Spanish) sapo

Sajmi

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[sax.’mi] adverbio de tiempo today

(Spanish) hoy

Example: Ko’ner

Si’tz

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[siʔʧ͡] sustantivo boy

(Spanish) niño

Example: chuchu’ sitz’

Taksuna’r

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[tak.su.’naʔr] verbo transitivo push

(Spanish) empujar

Tatab’ir

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[ta.ta.’p’ir] sustantivo inalienable father

(Spanish) padre

Tijkirin

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[tix.ki.’rin] sustantivo owl

(Spanish) búho

Tob’er

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[to.’p’er] verbo intransitivo jump

(Spanish) saltar

Tu’b’ir

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[tuʔ.’p’ir] sustantivo inalienable mother

(Spanish) madre

Example: tu’

Tukmayaj

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[tuk.ma.’jax] verbo transitivo pour out

(Spanish) derramar algo

Tuno’ron

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

(Spanish) todos

Turer Chonma’r

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[tu.rer ʧ͡on.’maʔr] sustantivo Market

(Spanish) Mercado

Turib’ waynib’

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[tu.ɾip’ waj.’nip’] sustantivo Room

(Spanish) Posada, hospedaje

Tz’ejk’ab’

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[t͡s’ex.’k’ap’] sustantivo left

(Spanish) izquierda

Tz’ojyir

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[t͡s’ox.’jir] verbo transitivo hit

(Spanish) golpear / pegar

Tzutz’

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[ ts͡uts͡´’ ] sustantivo feather

(Spanish) pluma

Ub’i’

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[up’iʔ] sustantivo generalmente no poseido worm

(Spanish) gusano

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)

Uch’er

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[ʔu.’ʧ͡’er] verbo transitivo suck

(Spanish) chupar

Ujtz

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[uxʧ͡] verbo To worship

(Spanish) Adorar

Utk’in

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[ʔut.’k’in ] sustantivo generalmente no poseido sky

(Spanish) cielo

Utu’chij

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[ʔu.tuʔ.’ʧ͡ix] sustantivo mule

(Spanish) mulo(a)

Ux

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[ʔuʃ] número three

(Spanish) tres

Wawan

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[wa.’wan] sustantivo sister

(Spanish) hermana

Waxik

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[wa.’ʃik] número eight

(Spanish) ocho

Wej

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[[wex] sustantivo mouth

(Spanish) boca

Wich’

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[wi’ʧ͡’] sustantivo wing

(Spanish) ala

Wirixmis

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[wi.’riʃ mis] sustantivo jaguar

(Spanish) jaguar

Witzir

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[wit͡sir] sustantivo generalmente no poseido mountain

(Spanish) Cerro

Xanb’ar

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[ʃan.’p’ar] verbo intransitivo walk

(Spanish) caminar

Xemem

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[ʃe.’mem] sustantivo liver

(Spanish) hígado

Xoyoj ja’

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[ʃo.’jox xaʔ ] sustantivo de sustantivo lake

(Spanish) lago

Xujrib’

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[ʃux.’ɾip’] sustantivo knife

(Spanish) cuchillo

Yar

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[jar] adjetivo son

(Spanish) hijo (de mujer)

Yark’ir ajk’ab’

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[jar.’k’ir ax.’k’ap’] sustantivo cricket

(Spanish) grillo