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pa’jni

noun

(Spanish) llegada (pasada)

pa’jsa

noun

(Spanish) persona que llega

pa’jwa’j

noun

(Spanish) llegada (futura)

pa’qui’cy-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) sacar agua, servir comida (repetidas veces)

paana-, paanáa-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) negar, ocultar

paandee yat

noun

(Spanish) posada

paandeesa

noun

(Spanish) huésped

paanwe’we-

verb transitive

(Spanish) intervenir

paatste

adverb

(Spanish) secretamente, en secreto

paau’j-, paau’jue-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) ir, aprovechando la oportunidad de acompañar a otro

paawe’we-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) encargar

paayuusa

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noun

(Spanish) persona que acompaña voluntariamente (al venir)

paañusu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) compartir la tristeza de otro

paaũ’ne-

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verb intransitive

(Spanish) compartir el llanto de otro

pacjẽ

noun

(Spanish) trama, hilo horizontal del telar

pacuesá

noun

(Spanish) que busca

pajnde-, pande-

verb transitive

(Spanish) 1. zafar, quitar 2. desenfrenar

pang-, pangúu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) descoyuntar, dislocar

panu’j-, panu’ju-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer pan

pastu

noun

(Spanish) el pasto

pasu’s-

verb transitive

(Spanish) contestar (repetidas veces)

patste

adverb

(Spanish) a la derecha

pcal

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noun

(Spanish) el pecado

pchatj-, pchatje-

listenloadingplaying

verb transitive

(Spanish) 1. poner atravesado (palo) 2. cruzar las piernas

pchiime’j-, pcjiime’je-

verb transitive

(Spanish) blanquear

pchĩ’

noun

(Spanish) la mecha, pavesa

pcyuusa

noun

(Spanish) verdugo

pdeepits

noun

(Spanish) el fornicador

pduj

noun

(Spanish) suegro o suegra con el yerno

pdyi’pu-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) estar cara a cara

pe’j-, pe’je-

verb transitive

(Spanish) llevar consigo (a otra persona)

pe’jna u’jsa

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noun

(Spanish) guía

pe’lpe’la

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noun

(Spanish) pedazo por pedazo

pechu

noun

(Spanish) el pecho

pecu’j

locative adverb

(Spanish) alrededor

peeawu-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) echar agua (ej. en el bautismo)

peena-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) repetir

peendu’jni

past participle

(Spanish) rayado

peetsujts

noun

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

peevya’j-, peevya’ja- (T)

verb transitive

(Spanish) enseñar

pejna-, pena-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) abundar, rendir

pejnd-, pendu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) nadar

pejtya-, pejíi-

verb transitive

(Spanish) necesitar, faltar, hacer falta

pel upj

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noun

(Spanish) cerca de carrizo

pelgatyi

noun

(Spanish) la alpargata

pend

adjective

(Spanish) raya

pendani cafy

noun

(Spanish) sepulcro, fosa pars entierro

peswe-, peswée-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) robar

pete

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adjective

(Spanish) usado, viejo

pets-, petsjúu- (pẽts-)

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verb transitive

(Spanish) rajar, partir (con hacha)

petyi’j-, petyi’ji-

verb transitive

(Spanish) sacar muesca

pi’cy yat

noun

(Spanish) la casa de la minga

pica (T)

noun (préstamo del español)

(Spanish) el pico (herramienta)

piisa-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) dibujar

piisháa

noun (préstamo del español)

(Spanish) la oveja

pinzhi’j-, pinzhi’ji-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer muescas

pinzú

noun

(Spanish) el aliso (árbol)

piscu

noun (préstamo del español)

(Spanish) el pisco, pavo (ave)

pitscuẽ

noun

(Spanish) el muchaco

pjande-

verb transitive

(Spanish) abrir

pjulaĩi-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) remendar

pjupj-, pjupjáa-

verb transitive

(Spanish) proteger

plavi’j-, plavi’ji-

verb transitive

(Spanish) frotar, alisar

plliisatu (pllist T)

noun

(Spanish) la cobija (tejido en telar)

pnamicu

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noun

(Spanish) amigo con amigo

pneeney

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noun

(Spanish) padrino con ahijado o ahijada

pney

noun

(Spanish) padre con hijo o hija

pquiinda

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noun

(Spanish) guayaba (fruta)

primu

noun (préstamo del español)

(Spanish) primo, prima

psha’nda-, psha’ndu-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) abrazar

pshindy-, pshindyíi-

verb transitive

(Spanish) llorar (por ir con la mamá)

pta’nzu’j-, pta’nzu’ju-

verb transitive

(Spanish) contaminar

pta’sh-, pta’shi-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) avisar, anunciar, informar, señalar

pteenzú

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noun

(Spanish) las tijeras

ptjuc-, ptjucu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) apretar

ptjãawe-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) hacer daño a una persona, agredir

pu’ch-, pu’chji-

auxiliary verb

(Spanish) compartir, colaborar

pu’yacj-, pu’yacje-

verb transitive

(Spanish) reemplazar, sustituir

pucacje ntsu’m

noun

(Spanish) esposo de la prima

pucacje nyacj

noun

(Spanish) el primo, la prima (del mismo sexo)

pucacje pyacj

noun

(Spanish) primo con primo o prima con prima

puii we’we-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) argumentar

puiisá

noun

(Spanish) que pelea

pujnde-, punde-

verb transitive

(Spanish) ofrendar, propiciar a los espíritus

pullu

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noun (préstamo del español)

(Spanish) el tamal, el bollo (envuelto de maíz)

pumbuumbu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) regar (repetidas veces)

punga

noun

(Spanish) el vómito

pus

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adjective

(Spanish) agrio, fermentado

pus-, pusúu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) fermentarse

puta-, putáa-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) oler

putatyjã’

noun

(Spanish) hierbabuena (planta)

puuts-, puutsu-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) alimentar, dar de comer

puuty

adverb

(Spanish) recíprocamente

puuty uy-, puuty uyúu-

verb reflexive

(Spanish) encontrarse con otro

puuty ya’cviisha’j-, puuty ya’cviisha’ja-

verb reflexive

(Spanish) consolarse (mutuamente)

puuty yaatse-

verb reflexive

(Spanish) despreciarse (mutuamente)

pwel, ã’sh

pwel, ã’sh

noun taro

(Spanish) mafafa

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pã’pã

pã’pã

noun flea

(Spanish) pulga

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pẽjy-, pẽyi-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) pedir

pẽty shiwa

noun

(Spanish) el coto, bocio