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ba’t

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skunknoun

(Spanish) zorrillo, mofeta

baat

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sustantivo

(Spanish) zorrillo

bag

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cownoun

(Spanish) vaca

ban

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mud

(Spanish) barro, lodo

bay

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shawlnoun

(Spanish) rebozo

bcha´a

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witch

(Spanish) brujo, bruja

bdii

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antnoun

(Spanish) hormiga

bdii ngas

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sustantivo/adjetivo

(Spanish) hormiga negra

bdo beez

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newborn baby

(Spanish) bebé recién nacido

bdua

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banana

(Spanish) plátano

bdua guch

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cuajilote (type of wild banana)noun

(Spanish) cuajilote

be’c

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dognoun

(Spanish) perro

be’e

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mushroomnoun

(Spanish) hongo

be’ld

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snakenoun

(Spanish) culebra

bech

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vulturenoun

(Spanish) zopilote

bedund

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hummingbirdnoun

(Spanish) colibrí o chuparosa

beel

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meatnoun

(Spanish) carne

begich

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flynoun

(Spanish) mosca

bel

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if (conditional)

(Spanish) si (condicional)

bel cuan

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broth with meat (chicken, pork, or beef) and oreganonoun

(Spanish) caldo con carne y orégano

benduy

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kind of wild cherry related to the nance that is endemic to Oaxacanoun

(Spanish) Nanche roja (relativo Oaxaqueño de nance)

benduy gish

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wild nanche (type of wild fruit)

(Spanish) nanche silvestre

betsgie

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type of big jackrabbitnoun

(Spanish) liebre

beu

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coyotenoun

(Spanish) coyote

bew

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turtle

(Spanish) tortuga

bezbiaw

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bumble beenoun

(Spanish) abejorro

bga

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necklace

(Spanish) collar

bia’a

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prickly pear cactusnoun

(Spanish) nopal

biaz

plum

(Spanish) ciruela

biuu

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fleanoun

(Spanish) pulga

bkcuel bols

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corn husk (used to wrap food)

(Spanish) cocos de totomoxtle

bli’a

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black zapote

(Spanish) zapote negro

blo’

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crow, ravennoun

(Spanish) lechuza

bloo

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sustantivo

(Spanish) quebrantahuezo

bquid

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butterflynoun

(Spanish) mariposa

bruu’n

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prickly pear cactus fruit

(Spanish) tuna del nopal, pitaya

bti’ux

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tomatonoun

(Spanish) tomate / jitomate

bti’ux gel

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wild tomatillonoun

(Spanish) tomatillo silvestre, tomatillo milpero

bti’ux gihzh gel

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tomatillo (used for salsas)

(Spanish) tomatillo

btsu

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pitaya (fruit of several cactus species)noun

(Spanish) tuna

btsuu ngits

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white dragonfruitnoun

(Spanish) pitayal blanco

btzicuill

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sustantivo

(Spanish) ardilla

bud gidy

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hen

(Spanish) gallina

budingul

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sustantivo

(Spanish) guajolote

bue' e

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moonnoun

(Spanish) luna

bun dan

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person who lives in the mountainsphrase

(Spanish) persona que vive en la sierra

Bun diza

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Zapotec person

(Spanish) persona zapoteca

bun gizh

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city personnoun

(Spanish) persona citadina, de la ciudad

bun gul

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old personnoun

(Spanish) persona viejo

bun laacha

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person from the same town

(Spanish) paisano

bun sha dan

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person who lives in the foothills of the mountainphrase

(Spanish) persona que vive en las faldas de la montaña

bun za’k

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very good, respectable, or honorable personphrase

(Spanish) persona buena/ respetable/ honorable

bungul

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old woman, old man, a person of importance/knowledge of what is happening at an event or something of great importance

(Spanish) mujer anciana, hombre anciano, huehuete

buny

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people

(Spanish) gente

burr

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donkeynoun

(Spanish) burro

buun

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personnoun

(Spanish) persona

bza’an

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brother (of a female), sister (of a male)

(Spanish) hermano (de una mujer), hermana (de un hombre)

bzaa

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beansnoun

(Spanish) frijoles

bzie’ yu

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peanutnoun

(Spanish) cacahuate

bzill

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pumpkin flowers (edible)noun

(Spanish) flor de calabaza

bzug

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larva, worms that come from compost or rotten fruitsnoun

(Spanish) larva, gusano que salen del descompuesto o frutas podridas

bzuin

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deernoun

(Spanish) venado

bzye

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eaglenoun

(Spanish) águila