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wa’

noun

(Spanish) el rancho, cobertizo

wã’chja

noun

(Spanish) la gargantilla, collar de cuentas

wa’cj

noun

(Spanish) el musgo

wa’cy-, wa’qui-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) 1. moder (perro, culebra); 2. picar

wã’ji-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) formar granos

wã’jy

noun

(Spanish) la llaga, úlcera, ’granos’

wã’jy wee

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noun

(Spanish) enfermedad de granos

wa’l-, wa’lu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) estar renuente, tener pereza, no tener ganas

wa’lmée

adverb

(Spanish) voluntariamente, de buena gana

wa’lsa

noun

(Spanish) renuente, desinclinado

wa’ta

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noun

(Spanish) la montura

wa’ta’j-, wa’ta’ja-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) ensillar

wa’ta’jni

past participle

(Spanish) ensillado

wa’ts

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noun

(Spanish) la arepa

wa’tsju-

verb transitive

(Spanish) aplastar

wa’tsju’j-, wa’tsju’ju-

verb transitive

(Spanish) aplastar (repetidas veces), hacer arepa

wa’wa

adjective

(Spanish) podrido

wa’wa-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) podrirse

waacji’cj-, waacji’cji-

verb transitive

(Spanish) pisotear, pisar

waacji’cji’j-

verb transitive

(Spanish) pisotear (repetidas veces)

wãatãanisa

noun, adjective

(Spanish) abadonado, cosa desechada

wãatãj-, wãatãja-, wãatãa-

verb transitive

(Spanish) botar, tirar

wãatãtãj-

verb transitive

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

wãatsja-

verb transitive

(Spanish) pellizcar

waawa’j-, waawa’ja-

verb transitive

(Spanish) remover, suavizar

wãcã

wãcã
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noun crab

(Spanish) cangrejo

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wãca

noun

(Spanish) el cangrejo (crustáceo)

waca-

verb transitive

(Spanish) 1. cosechar, segar, cortar; 2. esquilar

wãca’ca-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) tambalear

wacaaga-

verb transitive

(Spanish) cortar (en muchos pedazos)

wacaga

noun

(Spanish) la minga

waccha

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noun

(Spanish) el huérfano, guacho

wacú

noun

(Spanish) la garrapata (insecto)

waga’te

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noun

(Spanish) el huso (con malacate)

waga’te dyi’tj

noun

(Spanish) el malacate

waga’te fytũu

noun

(Spanish) el palo del huso

wagás

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noun

(Spanish) blanco, de raza blanca

wagás yuwe

noun

(Spanish) el castellano, español (idioma)

wagas yuwe

noun

(Spanish) el idioma castellano, español

wajty-, watyi-

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verb intransitive

(Spanish) cansarse

wajwa

adjective

(Spanish) tibia

wãjy

noun

(Spanish) hiel

wãjy (wẽjy)

noun

(Spanish) tabaco (planta)

wala

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adjective

(Spanish) grande, alto

wala

adverb

(Spanish) mucho, muy

waláa-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) crecer

wálasa

noun

(Spanish) grande, importante

wallinde (wellinda)

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noun

(Spanish) el aguardiente

walta

noun

(Spanish) la huerta

wantaĩ-

verb transitive

(Spanish) aguantar

wasacuẽ (wesacuẽ)

noun

(Spanish) la muchacha

wat

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adjective

(Spanish) caripaspada, de mejillas rosadas

wat-, watúu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) dorarse

wata

adjective

(Spanish) espeso (miel, goma, etc.)

wata-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) esperarse, ponerse espeso

wats

noun

(Spanish) la roza

wats-, watsu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) rozar

wats-, watsu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) ensartar

watse (wetse)

noun

(Spanish) la raíz

watycue

adjective

(Spanish) perezozo

watycue yuu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) volverse perezozo

watycuesa

noun

(Spanish) persona pererzosa

wãwã

wãwã

noun bee drone

(Spanish) abeja, abejón

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wawa

noun

(Spanish) el algodón

wãwã

noun

(Spanish) el abejorro, abejón (insecto)

wãwã mil, shi’ndy mil

noun

(Spanish) miel de abeja

way-, wayíi-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) abrir la boca

wãyãy (wẽyĩy)

noun

(Spanish) zorrillo, comadreja (mamífero)

wãyãy, wẽyĩy

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noun weasel

(Spanish) comadreja

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we’j

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noun

(Spanish) la escalera

we’ll

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adjective

(Spanish) tieso

we’lli-

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verb intransitive

(Spanish) entiesar, ponerse tieso

we’pe

noun

(Spanish) el páramo (terreno desierto, elevado y sin vegetación)

we’pe ẽs

noun

(Spanish) frailejón (planta)

we’pe nus

noun

(Spanish) el páramo (llovizna)

we’tj

noun

(Spanish) la lanza

we’we-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) 1. hablar; 2. cantar (gallo); 3. tronar

we’weni

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noun

(Spanish) lenguaje, habla, voz

we’wesa

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noun

(Spanish) que habla

we’wewe-

verb transitive

(Spanish) murmurar

we’weya’ ãjasamée

noun, adjective

(Spanish) mudo

wech we’we-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) decir gracias

wecha

adverb

(Spanish) grato

wecha caaj-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) mandar saludos

wecha en

noun

(Spanish) regocijo, felicidad

wecha pu’ch-

verb transitive

(Spanish) felicitar

wecha-, wecháa-

verb transitive

(Spanish) 1. estar agradecido, agradecer; 2. saludar, despedir, besar

wecha’cha-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) saludar (repetidas veces)

wechana

adverb

(Spanish) contento

wechana neeyũu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) quedar complacido

wechana ũs-, wechana u’p-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) estar contento

wechani

noun

(Spanish) gozo

wechwecha caayaqui’j-

verb transitive

(Spanish) alegrar

wee

noun

(Spanish) la enfermedad, peste, epidemia

wee cnay-

verb transitive

(Spanish) padecer una enfermdad

weech we’we-

verb transitive

(Spanish) burlar

weech yajcy-

verb transitive

(Spanish) despreciar

weech-, weechi-

verb transitive

(Spanish) rechazar, burlar, despreciar

wẽepang-, wẽepangúu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) estar hambriento

wẽeshuní

noun

(Spanish) ultraje