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peetjengu-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) espiar

peetjenisa

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noun

(Spanish) lo que da sabor, condimento

peets tyjã’

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noun

(Spanish) hoja de mejicano (da sabor a la mazamorra)

peetsu’j-, peetsu’ju-

verb transitive

(Spanish) 1. adelgazar; 2. rematar, acabar un trabajo

peetsujts

noun

(Spanish) la suegra, tía (hermana del papá)

peevisha-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) persuadir

peevisha’j-, peevisha’ja-

verb transitive

(Spanish) rehusar dar o gastar (repetidas veces)

peevya’j-, peevya’ja- (T)

verb transitive

(Spanish) enseñar

peevya’jsa (T)

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noun

(Spanish) el maestro, que enseña

peeygãani

noun

(Spanish) al amor, la misericordia

peeygãasa

noun

(Spanish) que tiene misericordia, que ama

peeygãawa’j

noun

(Spanish) amor, misericordia

peeygãaweete

noun

(Spanish) amor profundo

peeygãj-, peeygãja-, peeygãa-

verb transitive

(Spanish) amar, estimar

peeyũcue

noun

(Spanish) tía (hermana de la mamá)

pejca

adverb

(Spanish) siempre, realmente (con seguridad)

pejna-, pena-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) abundar, rendir

pejnd-, pendu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) nadar

pejtya-, pejíi-

verb transitive

(Spanish) necesitar, faltar, hacer falta

pẽjy-, pẽyi-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) pedir

pel

listenloadingplaying

noun

(Spanish) el carrizo

pel upj

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noun

(Spanish) cerca de carrizo

pel-, pelu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) enrollar

pelgatyi

noun

(Spanish) la alpargata

peltunaĩ-

listenloadingplaying

verb transitive

(Spanish) perdonar

pelu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) rodar, caer dando vueltas

peluulu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) rodar, revolcarse (varias veces)

pemba-, pembáa-

listenloadingplaying

verb transitive

(Spanish) acabar

pembasá

noun

(Spanish) destructivo

pembe-, pembée-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) 1. gemir, gritar (de dolor) 2. mugir (vaca); 3. chillar; 4. relinchar (caballo), 5. cacarear (gallina), 6. maullar (gato)

pembe’mbe-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) quejarse (enfermo)

peme’j-, peme’je-

verb transitive

(Spanish) curar olla (con maíz molido)

peña

noun

(Spanish) barranco

pend

adjective

(Spanish) raya

penda-, pendáa-

verb transitive

(Spanish) 1. enterrar, sepular; 2. hundirse

pendaní

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past participle

(Spanish) sepultado

pendani cafy

noun

(Spanish) sepulcro, fosa pars entierro

penzh, penzhcuẽ

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adjective

(Spanish) vieja, anciana

penzhi

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noun

(Spanish) la abuela

penzhíi-

listenloadingplaying

verb intransitive

(Spanish) envejercerse (mujer)

penzhweete

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noun

(Spanish) la vejez (refiriendo a una mujer)

pepy

adjective

(Spanish) 1. grueso, robusto; 2. nota muy baja (música)

pesaj-, pesaja-

verb transitive

(Spanish) pasar de un lado a otro, venir del otro lado

pesaja’ja-

verb transitive

(Spanish) pasar (repetidas veces)

pesatj

adverb

(Spanish) al través, horizontal

pesatj jyu’j

noun

(Spanish) longitud

pesay-, pesayu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) mirar al otro lado

pesayu’yu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) mirar al otro lado

pescal

noun

(Spanish) el fiscal (oficial)

pesu

noun

(Spanish) el peso (moneda)

peswe-, peswée-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) robar

peswée

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noun

(Spanish) el ladrón

peswení

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past participle

(Spanish) robado

pete

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adjective

(Spanish) usado, viejo

pets

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adjective

(Spanish) delgado

pets-, petsjúu- (pẽts-)

listenloadingplaying

verb transitive

(Spanish) rajar, partir (con hacha)

petsete- (petsate-)

listenloadingplaying

verb intransitive

(Spanish) hendir, abrir hendedura

petsetesa

noun

(Spanish) astilla

petsjuutsju-

listenloadingplaying

verb transitive

(Spanish) partir (en dos o más partes)

pety

conjunction

(Spanish) inclusive

pẽty apjani

past participle

(Spanish) ronco

pety cuet

noun

(Spanish) el pedernal (para prender candela)

pẽty luwa

noun

(Spanish) la nuez de la garganta

pẽty shiwa

noun

(Spanish) el coto, bocio

pẽty watse

noun

(Spanish) la vena yugular

petyaatya-

verb transitive

(Spanish) dar bofetadas

petyi’j-, petyi’ji-

verb transitive

(Spanish) sacar muesca

petyi’jni

noun

(Spanish) la escalera

pẽtyj

noun

(Spanish) la garganta

pẽtyj-, pẽtyj-

verb transitive

(Spanish) derribar, tumbar

pẽw-, pẽwúu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) bañarse

pẽyni

listenloadingplaying

noun

(Spanish) pedido

pẽysa

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noun

(Spanish) que pide

pi’cy nasa

noun

(Spanish) la gente de la minga (’invitados’)

pi’cy yat

noun

(Spanish) la casa de la minga

pi’cy yat cu’jni

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noun

(Spanish) baile en una minga

pi’cy-, pi’qui-

verb transitive

(Spanish) invitar, convidar

pi’cyna u’j-

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verb intransitive

(Spanish) acompañar

pi’pi

noun

(Spanish) el junco (arbusto)

pi’pyshavy

noun

(Spanish) Pijaos (tribu indígena)

pi’qui

noun

(Spanish) el compañero, la compañera

pi’qui’cy-, pi’qui’qui-

listenloadingplaying

verb transitive

(Spanish) invitar a varias personas

pica (T)

noun (préstamo del español)

(Spanish) el pico (herramienta)

picas

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noun (préstamo del español)

(Spanish) la viga

pichga

noun

(Spanish) anguilla (ave)

piicje

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noun

(Spanish) el matón

piinaa

noun (préstamo del español)

(Spanish) el pepino

piisa-

listenloadingplaying

verb transitive

(Spanish) dibujar

piisani

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noun

(Spanish) dibujo

piishá

piishá
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noun sheep

(Spanish) oveja

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piishá cjas

noun

(Spanish) lana de oveja

piisháa

noun (préstamo del español)

(Spanish) la oveja

piisháa cyuupjni

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noun

(Spanish) el corral de ovejas

piisháa tjengsa

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noun

(Spanish) el pastor de ovejas

pĩitsj-, pĩitsjúu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) sonarse las narices

pijts

adjective

(Spanish) el macho

pil

noun

(Spanish) la pierna, la canilla

pil tuty

noun

(Spanish) la pantorrilla

pilwe’sh

noun

(Spanish) el curandero, hechicero

pinzh

noun

(Spanish) el roble (árbol)