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ña (yã)

noun

(Spanish) la yuca (planta, de raíz comestible)

ña chachay

noun

(Spanish) yuca viche

ña ej

noun

(Spanish) el yucal

ña ũ’we

noun

(Spanish) harina de yuca

ña, yã

ña, yã

noun yucca

(Spanish) yuca

Example: Unprocessed cassava roots. Photo by David Monniaux via Wikimedia. CC BY-SA 3.0
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ñaja- (yãja-)

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verb transitive

(Spanish) chuzar, punzar

ñaña

adjective

(Spanish) desdentado

ñandy (yãndy)

noun

(Spanish) el nevado (ej. Nevado de Huila)

ñauñú

ñauñú

noun banana passion fruit

(Spanish) curuba

Example: Two curubas (banana passionfruit), one of them longitudinally cut to show the edible pulp in which the seeds are embedded. Photo by Fibonacci via Wikimedia. CC BY-SA 3.0
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ñauñú

noun

(Spanish) la curuba (fruta)

ñavytuć

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noun

(Spanish) la coral (culebra)

ñeese-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) tener ’sensaciones’ en el cuerpo

ñiñ

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noun

(Spanish) el grano, la pepita

ñiñ acj-

verb transitive

(Spanish) echar grano, cargar

ñiñ-, ñiñi-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) prender (candela)

ñu’py le’ch

ñu’py le’ch

noun agouti

(Spanish) agutí

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ñu’py le’chcue

noun

(Spanish) agutí, guatín (mamífero roedor)

ñu’py wala

ñu’py wala

noun paca, bale, bus,

(Spanish) paca, guagua

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ñu’py wala

noun

(Spanish) guagua, paca (mamífero roedor)

ñu’wẽ- (yũ’wẽ-)

verb intransitive

(Spanish) tener sed

ñucue

noun

(Spanish) el tío (hermano del papá)

ñujne

noun

(Spanish) la sala

ñun (yũn)

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noun

(Spanish) la fruta

ñun-, ñunu- (yũn-)

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(Spanish) dar fruto, cargar

ñunda (yunda)

noun

(Spanish) pajonal, sabana

ñunda alcu (T)

noun

(Spanish) el zorro (mamífero)

ñunz (yujnz)

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noun

(Spanish) la aguja

ñunz cafy

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(Spanish) el ojo de la aguja

ñunz vits

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noun

(Spanish) la punta de la aguja

ñus (yũs)

adverb

(Spanish) triste

ñus cnay-

verb transitive

(Spanish) experimentar tristeza

ñus cnay-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) padecer

ñus pu’ch-

verb transitive

(Spanish) condolerse, compartir la flicción de otro

ñus-, ñusu- (yũs-)

verb intransitive

(Spanish) estar triste, entristecerse, afligirse

ñusha

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adjective

(Spanish) dulce (sabor)

ñusha

noun

(Spanish) la caña de azúcar (planta)

ñusha beca

noun sugar cane liquor

(Spanish) chicga de caña, guarapo

ñusha beca

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noun

(Spanish) el guarapo, chicha de caña de azúcar

ñusha cja’ty

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noun

(Spanish) bagazo

ñusha ej

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noun

(Spanish) cañaduzal

ñusha jypa’gasa

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noun

(Spanish) el que recibe cañaen el trapiche

ñusha mil

noun

(Spanish) miel de caña

ñusha puutssa

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(Spanish) el que mete la caña en el otro lado del trapiche

ñusha tel

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noun

(Spanish) el trapiche de mano

ñusha’j-, ñusha’ja-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) endulzar

ñusna ũs-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) estar triste

ñusñus

adverb

(Spanish) muy triste

ñuspa’

adverb

(Spanish) agradable, apetecible

ñussa

noun

(Spanish) la tristeza, angustia

ñusu en

noun

(Spanish) la desgracia

ñuty

noun

(Spanish) moco

ñutyji-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) moquear

ñuwe

noun

(Spanish) el palo del telar (lanzadera)