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Ajb’onwa’r

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

(Spanish) derramarse

Ajk’in

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[ʔax.’k’in] sustantivo day

(Spanish) día

Example: sakopenar

Ajk’opot chitam

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[ʔaj.’k’o.pot ʧ͡i.’tam] sustantivo boar

(Spanish) jabalí

Ajk’untz’artaka

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[aj.k’un.’ʧ͡’ar.ta.ka] sustantivo Cultural heritage

(Spanish) herencia

Ajkojk

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[aj.’koxk] sustantivo watchman

(Spanish) guardián

Ajni e tz’i’

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

(Spanish) el perro corre

AK’echwan

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[ʔa.k’eʧ͡.’wan] verbo intransitivo give birth

(Spanish) dar a luz

Akb’i e tz’o’b’ war ani ajnyob’

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[ʔak.’p’i ʔe ʧ͡’oʔp’ war a.’ni ax.’njop’] oracion yesterday the dogs were running

(Spanish) ayer los perros estaban corriendo

Arunerir

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[ʔa.ɾu.ne.’ɾir] verbo transitivo tell story

(Spanish) contar (una historia)

B’ut’ur

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[p’u.’t’ur] adjetivo full

(Spanish) lleno

ch’awaren

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

(Spanish) agudo

Ch’ichma’r

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[ʧ͡͡’iʧ͡.’maʔr] sustantivo fat (n.)

(Spanish) grasa del cuerpo.

Chan

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[t͡͡ʃan] sustantivo generalmente no poseido snake

(Spanish) serpiente

Chay

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[t͡ʃaj] sustantivo fish

(Spanish) pescado

Chicher

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

(Spanish) piel (humana)

Chinam

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[ʧ͡i.’nam] sustantivo town

(Spanish) Pueblo

Chukmayajir

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[ʧ͡uk.ma.ja.’xir] verbo transitivo hunt

(Spanish) cazar

E ajchukchay mut uk’uxi e chay

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[ʔe ajʧ͡uk.’ʧ͡aj mut u.k’u.’ʃi ʔe ʧ͡aj] oracion the kingfisher will eat fish

(Spanish) martín pescador comerá pescado

E jab’ xe’ watar

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

(Spanish) el año que viene

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

Ek

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[ʔek]] sustantivo star

(Spanish) estrella

Ink’ijn

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[ʔin.’k’ixn ] adjetivo hot

(Spanish) caliente

Inkojt’ix

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[ʔin.kox.’t’iʃ] número other

(Spanish) otro

Inte’yx

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[ʔinte’jʃ] adjetivo new

(Spanish) nuevo

Ja’

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[xaʔ ] sustantivo water

(Spanish) agua

Ja’x ajni

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[xaʔʃ ax.’ni] frase he runs

(Spanish) él corre

Ja’x ma’chi uk’uxi

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[xaʔʃ ma.’ʧ͡i uk’uʃi]] frase he did not eat it

(Spanish) él no lo comió

Ja’xob’

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[xaʔ.’ʃop’] pronombre they

(Spanish) ellos

Joj

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[xox] sustantivo goose

(Spanish) ganso, oca

Jojtz’e’

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[xox.’t͡s’eʔ] sustantivo donkey

(Spanish) burro

Jor

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[xor] sustantivo head

(Spanish) cabeza

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’ajk’

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[k’axk’] sustantivo fire

(Spanish) fuego

K’ek’ojsyajir

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[k’e.k’ox.sja.’xir] verbo transitivo fight

(Spanish) luchar / pelear

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’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

Liklik

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[lik.’lik] sustantivo hummingbird

(Spanish) colibri

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

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[ma.p’am.’p’aŋ] adjetivo bad

(Spanish) malo

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

Mama’

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[ma.’maʔ] sustantivo mother’s younger brother

(Spanish) tio (el hermano menor de su madre)

Morwa’r Twa’chir

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[mor.’waʔr twaʔ.’t͡sir] sustantivo siempre poseido ethnic group

(Spanish) grupo étnico

Mujr

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[muxr] sustantivo Grave

(Spanish) panteón, tumba, nicho

Muyar

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[mu.’jar] sustantivo puma

(Spanish) puma

Nichir

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[ni.’t͡͡ʃir ] sustantivo flower

(Spanish) flor

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

Nojirnib’

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[no.xir.’nip’] sustantivo Ruin

(Spanish) Ruina (templos Mayas)

Nojk’ab’

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[nox.’k’ap’] sustantivo de sustantivo right

(Spanish) derecho

Noy

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[noj] sustantivo father’s father

(Spanish) abuelo paterno

Noy

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[noj] sustantivo mother’s father

(Spanish) abuelo materno

nu’tpya’rir

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[nuʔt.’pjaʔ.ɾir] sustantivo neighbor

(Spanish) vecino

Numer Tak’anir

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[nu.mer. ta.k’a.’nir] frase unripe

(Spanish) inmaduro

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

Ojrer

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[ʔox.’ɾer] verbo intransitivo fall

(Spanish) caer

Ojronerir

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[ox.ro.ne.’ɾir] sustantivo Cemetery

(Spanish) Cementerio, camposanto

Otot

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[ʔo.’tot] sustantivo house/shelter

(Spanish) casa

Pa’chja’

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[paʔʧ͡.’xaʔ] sustantivo duck

(Spanish) pato

Pak’ab’

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

(Spanish) persona (ser humano)

Pak’ab’ xe’ upak’i e jinaj

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[pa.k’ap’ ʃeʔ u.pa.’k’i ʔe xi.’nax] sustantivo farmer

(Spanish) persona que siembra milpa

Pechak

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[pe.’ʧ͡ak] sustantivo cactus

(Spanish) cacto

Purutsyajir

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

(Spanish) quemar

Sakpak’ab’

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

(Spanish) Ladina

Sakunb’ir

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[sa.kun.’p’ir] sustantivo elder sister

(Spanish) hermana mayor

Sampa’r

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[sam.’paʔr] verbo intransitivo swell

(Spanish) hincharse

Si’tz

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[siʔʧ͡] sustantivo boy

(Spanish) niño

Example: chuchu’ sitz’

Si’tz

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[siʔʧ͡] sustantivo child

(Spanish) niño

Sisb’ujra

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[sis.p’ux.’ɾa] verbo intransitivo freeze

(Spanish) congelarse

Su’tz

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[suʔt͡s] sustantivo bat

(Spanish) murciélago

Su’tzmon

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[suʔʧ͡.mon] sustantivo falcon

(Spanish) halcón

Sutrema’r

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[su.tɾe.’maʔr] verbo intransitivo turn

(Spanish) voltear / dar la vuelta

T’ur

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[t’ur] sustantivo rabbit

(Spanish) conejo

Ta’k’in jujrib’

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[taʔ.k’in.xux.’ɾip’ ] sustantivo de sustantivo arrow

(Spanish) flecha

Takin

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[ta.’kin] adjetivo dry

(Spanish) seco

Taksuna’r

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[tak.su.’naʔr] verbo transitivo push

(Spanish) empujar

Tob’er

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[to.’p’er] verbo intransitivo fly (v.)

(Spanish) volar (v.)

Tokar

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[to.’kar] generalmente no poseido cloud

(Spanish) nube

Tukmayaj

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

(Spanish) derramar algo

Twa’chir Chinam

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[ʧ͡aʔ.’ʧ͡ir ʧ͡i.’nam] sustantivo Religious custom

(Spanish) Costumbre

Tz’i’

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[t͡s’iʔ ] sustantivo dog

(Spanish) perro

Tzukwa’r

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[ʧ͡uk.’waʔr] adjetivo straight

(Spanish) recto

Uch

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[ut͡ʃ ] sustantivo louse

(Spanish) piojo

Example: uch’

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)

Uk’ab’

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[ʔu.’k’ap’] sustantivo branch

(Spanish) rama

utu’ ch’o’k

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[ʔu.’tuʔ ʧ͡’oʔk] sustantivo rat

(Spanish) rata

Utzutzer jor

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

(Spanish) cabello

Wak

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[wak] número six

(Spanish) seis

Witzir

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[wit͡sir] sustantivo generalmente no poseido mountain

(Spanish) Cerro

xex

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[ʃeʃ] adjetivo dirty

(Spanish) sucio

Xinich

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[ʃi.’niʧɾ] sustantivo ant

(Spanish) hormiga

Xujrib’

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[ʃux.’ɾip’] sustantivo knife

(Spanish) cuchillo

Ya’taka

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[jaʔ.’ta.ka] adverbio near

(Spanish) cerca

Yak’

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[[jak’]] sustantivo inalienable tongue

(Spanish) lengua

Yaxpwen u’tk’in

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[jaʃ.’pwen uʔt.’k’in] frase clear sky

(Spanish) cielo azul

Yunen

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[ju.’nen] sustantivo son

(Spanish) hijo (de hombre)