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a’pja’pja-

verb intransitive to flap, flutter

(Spanish) aletear

bats tsjũtsj

noun agave thorn

(Spanish) espina de cabuya

bejbej

adjective anaranjado

(Spanish) orange

bejbej

adjective bright red

(Spanish) rojo subido

byuu bee altal

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noun

(Spanish) altar dorado

ca’ga’j-, ca’ja’ja-

verb transitive to ride

(Spanish) hacer montar

caacambutseje’j-, caacambutsje’je-

verb transitive to make (something) drown

(Spanish) hacer ahogar

caacu’ju’j-, caacu’ju’ju-

verb transitive to be dancing

(Spanish) hacer bailar

caaiipe’je’j-, caaiipe’je’je

verb transitive to leave under the custody of someone else

(Spanish) dejar bajo custodia de otro

caaimi’a’j-caaimi’aja-(cmi’a’j-)

verb transitive to give away daughter away in marriage

(Spanish) dar a la hija en casamiento, permitir a la hija casarse

caapuutyuyu’j-, caapuutyuyu’ju-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer econtrarse

caasyũyũj-, caasyũyũju-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer sonar (maraca)

cashish-

verb transitive to let out (animals)

(Spanish) sacar (animales)

caypatje´j-, caypatje´je-

verb transitive to wrap, to put a cap on

(Spanish) hacer envolver, hacer poner (gorra)

cayzunzu’j-, cayzunzu’ju-

verb transitive to stretch

(Spanish) hacer estirar

ca´tu tupyrra

adverb backwards

(Spanish) al revés

chcandende-

verb transitive

(Spanish) quebrar (varios huesos)

chich

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noun

(Spanish) la carne

chinda pjapj

noun

(Spanish) planta del pie

chjãchja-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) mejorarse, recuperarse, fortalecerse, arreciar (lluvia)

chjãchjamée

adjective

(Spanish) débil

cjacj-, cjacje-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) asar

cjas pjapj

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noun

(Spanish) 1. la madeja de lana escarmenada 2. la pluma

cjicj-, cjicje-

verb transitive

(Spanish) poner, colocar

cjyũ’ju’j-, cjyũ’ju’ju-

verb transitive

(Spanish) vestir (a otro)

cjũch bejbej

adjective

(Spanish) morado

cpu’quitje’je’jwa’jsa

noun

(Spanish) puntal

csuusu’j-, csuusu’ju-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) 1. hacer sonar (un instrumento) 2. crujir los dientes 3. alborotar

cuse pjapj

noun

(Spanish) 1. la palma (de la mano) 2. medida (cuatro dedos)

cuse pjapj

noun

(Spanish) palma de la mano

cweejya’j-cweejya’ja-

verb transitive

(Spanish) aventar

cytã’ja’j-, cytã’ja’ja-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer basura o polvo

dyus tata

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noun

(Spanish) el padrino

echech

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adverb

(Spanish) fregado

fychacha upj

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noun

(Spanish) cerco de lechero

fyu’fyu’ju-

verb transitive

(Spanish) silbar (repetidas veces)

imu’s-imu’su-

verb transitive

(Spanish) seguir rastro, oler

jimba cuse vyllill

noun

(Spanish) casco (del caballo)

jysaacuecue-

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verb reflexive

(Spanish) sacudirse

jyu’jyu’j

noun

(Spanish) largo

le’chle’ch

adverb

(Spanish) un ratico

lemlem

adjective

(Spanish) amarillo claro

meshish

noun

(Spanish) el hongo (planta)

mtee mteeva

adjective

(Spanish) en todas partes

ncaaca

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noun

(Spanish) el tío (hermano de la mamá)

papa wala

noun

(Spanish) el abuelo, bisabuelo

pcaaca

noun

(Spanish) sobrino o sobrina con el tío

pe’lpe’la

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noun

(Spanish) pedazo por pedazo

peecjicj-

verb transitive

(Spanish) alumbrar a otro

peenana-

verb transitive

(Spanish) repetir (varias veces)

petsetesa

noun

(Spanish) astilla

pjapj

noun

(Spanish) planta del pie, palma de la mano

pjatete-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) rajarse (en varias partes)

pjãjã-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) toser

pta’shi’sh-, pta’shi’shi-

verb transitive

(Spanish) avisar (repetidas veces o a varias personas)

pu’chji’ch-, pu’chji’chji-

verb transitive

(Spanish) ayudar (por turno)

pumbuumbu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) regar (repetidas veces)

pwa’ja’j-, pwa’ja’ja-

verb transitive

(Spanish) construit corredor

quitjeetj-, quitjeetje-

verb transitive

(Spanish) clavar varias estacas

shcandende-

verb transitive

(Spanish) fracturar (varias veces o en varias partes)

shish-, shishíi-

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verb intransitive

(Spanish) rajarse, agrietarse

shpindende-

verb transitive

(Spanish) desgajar (varias veces o varias ramas)

shũ’sh-, shũshu-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) arrugar

shũsh-, shũshúu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) 1. frotar, fregar, ungir, untar; 2. afilar (machete, hacha); 3. restregar trigo (con un mazo)

spajndspajnde

adverb

(Spanish) algo templado (freno)

spandende-

verb transitive

(Spanish) templar (varias cuerdas)

spat-spate

adverb

(Spanish) parcialmente encogido (las piernas)

swendende-

verb transitive

(Spanish) perforar (varias cosas o en varias partes)

tajta

adverb

(Spanish) frecuentemente, con frecuencia, a menudo

tata

noun

(Spanish) el padre, papá

tata wala

noun

(Spanish) el abuelo

tatawe’sh

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noun

(Spanish) los padres (padre y madre)

tjetj-, tjetje-

verb transitive

(Spanish) lavar (ropa)

tsjũtsj

noun

(Spanish) la espina, zarza

tsẽytsẽy chijme

adjective

(Spanish) azul claro

tujndtujnd

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adverb

(Spanish) poco a poco, despacio

tutu’tu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) canturrear

tuwtuw

adverb

(Spanish) más corto

tyity pusu

noun

(Spanish) el pozo de barro (para hacer teja)

ufiifi-

verb transitive

(Spanish) chiflar (repetidas veces)

upeepe-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) quebrarse (varias cosas)

viquiiqui-

verb transitive

(Spanish) ladrar (repetidas veces)

vyllill

noun

(Spanish) 1. uña (de persona); 2. dedo (medida, anchura de un dedo); 3. garra (de ave); 4. casco (de caballo); 5. pezuña (de animal)

vyllill-, vyllillíi-

verb transitive

(Spanish) escarbar (con uña)

wa’ta’j-, wa’ta’ja-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) ensillar

wechwecha caayaqui’j-

verb transitive

(Spanish) alegrar

wuw-, wuwu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) escarbar

wãatãtãj-

verb transitive

(Spanish) 1. botar (repetidas veces); 2. apedrear

wãwã

noun

(Spanish) el abejorro, abejón (insecto)

wãyãy, wẽyĩy

wãyãy, wẽyĩy
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noun weasel

(Spanish) comadreja

Example: North American Longtail Weasel. Photo by PDH via Wikimedia. Public Domain
via Wikimedia Commons.

ya’cysus-, ya’cysusu-

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verb reflexive

(Spanish) ser nombrado

yat cajcue (yat cuejcue)

noun

(Spanish) techo de la casa

yu’pcjacje (yu’peecjacje)

noun

(Spanish) confluencia de dos ríos o quebradas

yu’ptjej-, yu’ptjeje-

verb transitive

(Spanish) 1. Intercambiar; 2. transformar

yuc chich tujnd

noun

(Spanish) carne de la cadera

yuwe csuusu’j-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) chismear, empezar un escándalo

zyaya-, zyayáa-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) chasquear, rechinar

¡uvy uvy!

interjection

(Spanish) ¡Fuera! (ahuyentando gallinas)

ña chachay

noun

(Spanish) yuca viche

ĩiwẽet-ĩiwẽetúu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) sanarse