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caaquityi’j-, caaquityi’ji-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer gotear

caascjẽu’j-, caascjẽu’ju-

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(Spanish) 1. dejar pasar (para abajo) 2. celebrar fiesta

caaselpi’j-, caaselpi’ji-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer servir, beneficiar

caashingu’j-, caashingu’ju-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer sentir incapaz

caashuuna’j-, caashuuna’ja-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer callar

caashwendu’j-, caashwendu’ju-

verb transitive

(Spanish) devolver

caaspẽtje’j’, caaspẽtje’je-

verb transitive

(Spanish) mandar cortar (pelo, tabla)

caastaja’j-, caastyaja’ja-

verb transitive

(Spanish) amansar, domesticar

caasyũyũj-, caasyũyũju-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer sonar (maraca)

caata’ngu’j-, caata’ngu’ju-(cta’ngu’j-)

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer dar vuelta

caatandyi’j-, caatyandyi’ji-(ctaandyi’j-)

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer girar

caateca-j-, caateca’ja-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer subir

caatelu’j-, caatelu’ju

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer poner en el cepo

caatenzu’j-, caatenzu’ju-

verb transitive

(Spanish) cargar debajo del brazo

caatje’j-, caatje’je-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer vestir

caatsu’j-, caatsu’ju-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer coser

caatu’j-, caatu’ju-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer llevar, regalar

caatundyi’j-, caatundyi’ji

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verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer beber

caatwaca’j-, caatwaca’ja-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer cortar (palo)

caatywete’j-, caatywete’je-

verb transitive

(Spanish) mandar soltar, hacer suspender (un trabajo)

caatyweyu’j-, caatyweyu’ju-

verb transitive

(Spanish) permitir vender

caau’j-, caau’ju-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer andar

caaũuscha’j-, caaũuscha’ja-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer enojar, ofender

caaũuspa’j-, caaũuspa’ja-

verb transitive

(Spanish) asfixiar, ahogar

caaũusutje’j-, caaũusutje’je-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer pensar

caauycjeũ’j-, caauycjeũ’ju-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer pasar por (ej. el río)

caauyu’j-, caauyu’ju-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer ver

caavi’j-, caavi’ji-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer escupir

caaviitse’j-, caaviitse’je-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer unir

caavya´j-, caavya’ja-

verb transitive

(Spanish) revelar, mostrar

caawa’qui’j-, caawa’qui’ji-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer masticar, hacer morder

caawãshi’j-, caawãshi’ji-

verb transitive

(Spanish) asustar a otra persona

caawũwu’j-, caawũwu’ju-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer menear

caayapu’j-, caayapu’ju-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer envolver

caayaqui’j-, caayaqui’ji-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer recordar

caayu’ptje’j-, caayu’ptje’je-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer cambiar

caayu’spẽtje’j-, caayu’spẽ’tje’je-(cyu’spẽ’tje’j-)

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer tropezar

caayulu’j-, caayulu’ju-(cyulu’j-)

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer endeudar

cabildu

noun town or mayoral council

(Spanish) el cabildo, la alcaldía

cabilduwe’sh

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noun members of the town council

(Spanish) miembros del cabildo, cabildantes

cacanaajũ

adverb up here

(Spanish) acá arriba

cach-, cachjí-

verb intransitive 1. to sit (oneself) down 2. to land or perch (as a bird) 3. to land (as an airplane)

(Spanish) 1. sentarse 2. posar (ave) 3. aterrizar (avión)

cachni

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noun seat

(Spanish) el asiento

cacja

noun box, dental box (see notes)

(Spanish) la caja, la caja dental

cacue (cuacue T)

noun body

(Spanish) el cuerpo

cacue cja’ty

noun corpse

(Spanish) el cadáver

cacue cjas

noun body hair

(Spanish) el pelo del cuerpo

cacue yu’

noun hemorrhage

(Spanish) la hemorragia

cacue yu’ vyaa-

verb intransitive to menstruate

(Spanish) menstruar

cacuesec

noun fever

(Spanish) la fiebre

cafe

noun coffee

(Spanish) el café

cafi´j-, cafi´ji-

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verb transitive to dig a hole

(Spanish) cavar, abrir hoyo, ahuecar

cafy

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noun hole or cave

(Spanish) el hueco, hoyo, agujero, cueva

cãj-, cãjã-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) subir

cãj-, cãjã-

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verb auxiliary

(Spanish) empezar

cãja’j-, cãja’ja-

verb transitive

(Spanish) completar

cajca

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noun uncle (mother´s brother)

(Spanish) el tío (hermano de la mamá)

cajcatẽ´j

noun father-in-law

(Spanish) el suegro

cajcue- (cuejcue-)

locative adverb above

(Spanish) encima de, sobre

cãjpy

cãjpy
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noun rabbit

(Spanish) conejo

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cãjpy

noun

(Spanish) conejo (mamífero)

caju, cajuy

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locative adverb from top to bottom, up and down

(Spanish) de arriba para abajo

calderu

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noun pot, cauldron

(Spanish) la caldera

calli

noun webbing, woven fabric

(Spanish) tejido trenzado

calsun

noun boxers (shorts)

(Spanish) los calzones

calze tsjũtsj

noun plant species, calzec

(Spanish) especie de planta

calzec

noun tree species, calzec

(Spanish) especie de árbol

camañún

noun wild grapes

(Spanish) la uva silvestre

camb-, cambu-

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verb transitive to burn

(Spanish) quemar

camba en

noun the wedding day

(Spanish) la boda, el casamiento (díade la ceremonia)

camba-

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verb intransitive 1. to end a matter 2. to marry

(Spanish) 1. terminar un asunto 2. casarse

cambana

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noun bell

(Spanish) la campana

cambi´j-, cambi´ji-

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verb transitive to boilm, let boil

(Spanish) hervir, dejar hervir

cambuumbu-(cambu´mbu-)

verb transitive to burn repeatedly

(Spanish) quemar repetidas veces

cami-, camíi-(j)

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verb transitive to lie

(Spanish) mentir

canuwé

noun canoe

(Spanish) la canoa (artesa para la chicha)

canzh

adjective, adverb ugly, bad

(Spanish) feo, malo

canzh putasá

noun fetid odor

(Spanish) olor fétido

canzh we´we-

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verb transitive to swear (or say bad words)

(Spanish) decir malas palabras

canzh yuu-

verb transitive to commit adultery

(Spanish) cometer adulterio

canzh yuuni

past participle adultery, immorality

(Spanish) adulterio, inmoralidad

canzh yuusa

noun adulterer

(Spanish) adúltero/a

capijnz

noun Motilón (tree with edible fruit) (Hieronyma macrocarpa)

(Spanish) motilón (árbol, con fruta comestible)

capjute-

verb intransitive to straighten out, or stand up straight

(Spanish) enderezarse

capla

capla
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noun goat

(Spanish) cabra

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capla, caplcuẽ

noun goat or kid goat

(Spanish) la cabra, el chivo

carcel

noun jail

(Spanish) la cárcel

case´j-, caseje-(cãsej-)

verb intransitive 1. to leave 2. to be born 3. to become

(Spanish) 1. salir 2. nacer 3. resultar

case´jete

noun exit, at the exit

(Spanish) la salida, en la salida

case-, casée-

verb intransitive to relieve oneself (of a pain)

(Spanish) aliviarse (de un dolor)

cash

noun basket

(Spanish) el canasto, cesto

cash

adjective thin (as tissue)

(Spanish) ralo (tejido)

cashish-

verb transitive to let out (animals)

(Spanish) sacar (animales)

castigo cnay-

verb transitive

(Spanish) sufir castigo

catashi´j-

verb transitive to put a handle on something, to put on a string/rope/cable

(Spanish) encabar, ponerle mango a una cosa

catashi´jni

past participle roped

(Spanish) encabado

catj

noun brace (part of the roof frame)

(Spanish) tirante (pieza de la armadura del tejado)

catja´

adverb roof pitch

(Spanish) pendiente, inclinación del tejado

catjwe´sh

noun vertical poles of the loom frame

(Spanish) marco del telar (palos verticales)

cats-, catsu-

verb transitive to sew or stitch

(Spanish) coser, costurar