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tajts

adjective

(Spanish) cinco

tajtstewe’sh

adjective

(Spanish) quinto

tamb pitscue, tamb u’y

noun

(Spanish) arbusto, usan la hoja para lastimaduras

tamby

noun

(Spanish) la costilla, el costado

tandy

adjective

(Spanish) redondo

tape

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adjective

(Spanish) ancho

tasa

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noun

(Spanish) la taza

tash

noun

(Spanish) la mata

tata

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noun father

(Spanish) padre

tatawe’sh

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noun

(Spanish) los padres (padre y madre)

taw tel

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noun

(Spanish) telar para tejer chumbe

tcu’nz

noun

(Spanish) pacunga (planta)

tee cu’ta

noun

(Spanish) una brazada

tee cus uta

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noun

(Spanish) toda la noche

teech teech

adverb

(Spanish) uno por uno

teecjẽe

adverb

(Spanish) boca abajo

teega wee

noun

(Spanish) enfermedad contagiosa

tel

noun

(Spanish) 1. el telar 2. el cepo 3. la horqueta (para puercos)

tenz-, tenzúu- (ptenz-)

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verb transitive

(Spanish) apretar

tjaacue-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) sobrar

tjacue

adverb

(Spanish) arriba

tjacue-, tjacuée

verb intransitive

(Spanish) ponerse grave, empeorar

tjame ũus

noun

(Spanish) vergüenza

tjamejy

adverb

tjengmée nvijt-

verb transitive

(Spanish) abandonar

tjengu’ngu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) mirar (repetidas veces)

tjetj-, tjetjée-

verb transitive

(Spanish) apisonar

tjuc-, tjucu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) estrangular

tjuja-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) estar desnivelado

tjune watse

noun

(Spanish) raíz de la lengua

tjã’j

noun

(Spanish) el cerro

tjã’mbush

noun

(Spanish) la coronilla (de la cabeza)

tjãas-, tjãasu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) pedir

tjũ’we chũpy

adjective

(Spanish) orejudo

tjẽ’j, tjẽ’cjue

adjective

(Spanish) 1. adulto, maduro, título de respeto a mayores; 2. jecho, en sazón (fruta, etc.)

tjẽ’jwe’sh

noun

(Spanish) mayores

tjẽeyũu-

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verb intransitive

(Spanish) durar

tjẽy

adjective

(Spanish) difícil

tpand

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noun

(Spanish) rollo

tpengu’ngu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) doblar, encorvar (repetidas veces)

tsalli’ll

noun

(Spanish) el gavilán (ave)

tsam tutsa

noun

(Spanish) herrero

tse’-, tse’e-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) robar

tsejc

adjective

(Spanish) limpio, aseado

tsinz

noun

(Spanish) la espalda

tsinz zec

noun

(Spanish) columna vertebral

tsiun

noun

(Spanish) zarzamora (planta)

tsjende cuvy

noun

(Spanish) la flauta (de carrizos verticales)

tsjĩtsj

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noun

(Spanish) la paja

tspund-, tspundúu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) torcer

tsu’vy

noun

(Spanish) hinchazón

tsucj (tsũcj T)

noun

(Spanish) la cabeza

tsund-, tsundúu-

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verb intransitive

(Spanish) gotear

tsunz

noun

(Spanish) el sapo pequeño

tsute

noun

(Spanish) el encenillo (árbol, usado para leña)

tsute wala

noun

(Spanish) la muela del juicio

tsuvy-, tsuvíi-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) columpiar

tswendu’ndu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) retorcer, menear la cabeza (en señal de disgusto)

tsũvy

noun

(Spanish) el dormilón (ave nocturna)

tu’cu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) inflamarse

tu’j

noun

(Spanish) el poporo

tuca

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noun

(Spanish) el calabazo, la vasija rústica, totuma

tucha’cy

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noun

(Spanish) cuchara

tucj

noun

(Spanish) el pus

tucú

noun

(Spanish) torcaz (ave)

tujca-, tuca-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) tocar (un instrumento musical)

tulu’j-, tulu’ju-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) cercar la hortaliza

tumb

tumb

noun pigeon

(Spanish) paloma

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tund-, tundu-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) amarrar, atara

tupa

noun

(Spanish) la araña (arácnido)

tupil

tupil

noun centipede

(Spanish) ciempiés

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tupji-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) voltearse, volver

tutjensa (T)

noun

(Spanish) gobernador indígena del resguardo

tutu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) embotarse

tutyj dyiite

noun

(Spanish) el vientre

tutyj jya’ndysa

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noun

(Spanish) la partera

tuutje’j-, tuutje’je-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) divulgar

tyachwe’sh

noun

(Spanish) cosa usada, no nueva

tyacjue, tyacjuey

adverb

(Spanish) tamaño, dimensión de altura, anchura, profundidad

tyajy (cyajy)

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possesive pronoun

(Spanish) su (de él, de ella)

tyajũ (cyajũ’)

conjuction

(Spanish) entonces

tyca

locative adverb

(Spanish) ahí

tyity

noun

(Spanish) el barro, lodo

tyity pusu

noun

(Spanish) el pozo de barro (para hacer teja)

tyjicj dyi’yj

noun

(Spanish) hueso de la nuca

tyjicj shbimby

noun

(Spanish) nuca

tyjityij-, tyjityiji-

verb transitive

(Spanish) escoger

tyjityjni

past participle

(Spanish) escogido

tyu’tende-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) repartir

tyute’te-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) separarse (varias cosas, o varias personas)

tywe’we-

verb transitive

(Spanish) persuadir, hablar con cariño

tyã’wẽ, tyã’wẽy (cyã’wẽ)

adverb

(Spanish) así, asimismo

tyãa (cyãa)

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pronoun

(Spanish) él, ella, aquel, aquella, ese, esa

tyãawe’sh (cyãawe’sh)

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pronoun

(Spanish) ellos, ellas, aquellos, aquellas

tyãawe’sh (cyãawe’sh)

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possesive pronoun

(Spanish) su (de ellos, de ellas)

tã’sh

noun

(Spanish) el calcañar, talón

tãapj-, tãapjúu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) nublarse, ponerse nublado

tũchj-, tũchjíi-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) quejarse, gemir, pujar

tũu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) emborracharse

tũusá

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noun

(Spanish) el borracho