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ta’nda

noun

(Spanish) el cucarrón, escarabajo (insecto)

ta’nda

ta’nda

noun beetle

(Spanish) cucarrón

Example: Photo by Brodie Ferguson via Flickr. CC-BY 2.0
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ta’ts, ta’tscue

adjective

(Spanish) torcido

ta’tsu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) torcerse, encorvarse

ta’ñi-

verb transitive

(Spanish) tener sesaciones (sentir ’señas’)

taachin yuu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) disfrazarse (pintar la cara)

taacy wendy

noun

(Spanish) el renacuajo, cría de la rana

tajta

adverb

(Spanish) frecuentemente, con frecuencia, a menudo

tall

adjective

(Spanish) flaco, delgado

tamb pitscue, tamb u’y

noun

(Spanish) arbusto, usan la hoja para lastimaduras

tamby

noun

(Spanish) el bulto

tapesa

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noun

(Spanish) ancho, anchura

taqui’j-, taqui’ji-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) criar (animales)

tata

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noun father

(Spanish) padre

tata wala

noun

(Spanish) el abuelo

taw tel

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noun

(Spanish) telar para tejer chumbe

taw tel

noun

(Spanish) telar para tejer chumbe

tech-, techíi-

verb transitive

(Spanish) lamer

tecj

adjective

(Spanish) tres

tecja

noun

(Spanish) la teja

tee cu’ta

noun

(Spanish) una brazada

teechcue

adverb

(Spanish) poco, poquito

teepjute-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) dar volteretas

tel

noun

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

tjaacue

adverb

(Spanish) más, grave, peor

tjacue-, tjacuée

verb intransitive

(Spanish) ponerse grave, empeorar

tjame ũus

noun

(Spanish) vergüenza

tjame-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) tener vergüenza

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’ja-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) tambalearse

tjune watse

noun

(Spanish) raíz de la lengua

tjuse

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noun

(Spanish) la chamiza

tjutj- tjutjúu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) ponerse tupido

tjuw

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noun

(Spanish) el enrizo, puerco espín (mamífero)

tjuw

tjuw

noun hedgehog, porcupine

(Spanish) erizo, puerco espín

Example: Bicolored-spined porcupine. Photo by The lifted lorax via Wikimedia. CC BY-SA 3.0
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tjũ’we cafy

noun

(Spanish) el oído

tjũ’we ets

noun

(Spanish) pabellón de la oreja

tjũ’we puuple

adjective

(Spanish) sordo

tjẽ’j we’we-

verb transitive

(Spanish) hechizar

tjẽ’j-, tjẽ’je-

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verb intransitive

(Spanish) 1. madurar; 2. envejecerse

tjẽ’jwe’sh

noun

(Spanish) mayores

tjẽysa

noun

(Spanish) dificultad

tjẽyte ñuste fi’nze-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) tener dificultades

tpand

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noun

(Spanish) rollo

tsjĩtsj

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noun

(Spanish) la paja

tspund-, tspundúu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) torcer

tsund

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noun

(Spanish) la gotera

tsund-, tsundúu-

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verb intransitive

(Spanish) gotear

tsunde

noun

(Spanish) la circuela silvestre (fruta)

tsunde tash

noun

(Spanish) ciruelo (árbol)

tsute wala

noun

(Spanish) la muela del juicio

tsuvy-, tsuvíi-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) columpiar

tswend-, tswendúu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) torcer, retorcer

tswendu’ndu-

verb transitive

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

tsẽytsẽy chijme

adjective

(Spanish) azul claro

tuca vica

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noun

(Spanish) calabazo (en forma de gancho)

tuca ĩts

noun

(Spanish) calabazo (en forma embudo)

tucha’cy

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noun

(Spanish) cuchara

tucj

noun

(Spanish) el pus

tujmetujme

adjective

(Spanish) gris claro

tujnd

noun

(Spanish) el polvo

tumb

tumb

noun pigeon

(Spanish) paloma

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tumb luuch

noun

(Spanish) pichón (ave)

tund yaj

noun

(Spanish) la tarabita (cuerda pa cruzar el río)

tundu-, tundúu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) apresurarse, tener tiempo

tundysá

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noun

(Spanish) que toma

tupa

tupa

noun spider

(Spanish) araña

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tupite-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) hacerse mataduras

tuta’

noun

(Spanish) el tuétano

tutyj (tuts T)

noun

(Spanish) el estómago, la barriga

tutyj letya

noun

(Spanish) el abdomen

tutyjte nasa ji’pjsa

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noun

(Spanish) mujer encinta, embarazada

tuutje’jni

noun

(Spanish) fama

tuw

adjective

(Spanish) corto

twaaca’ca-

verb transitive

(Spanish) cortar (en varios pedazos)

twaatsec

noun

(Spanish) cafeto (árbol)

twajca-, twaaca-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) cortar, trozar

tyac

noun

(Spanish) el llano

tyachmée

adverb

(Spanish) reciente, hace poco

tyajũ (cyajũ’)

conjuction

(Spanish) entonces

tyca

locative adverb

(Spanish) ahí

tyiclli

noun

(Spanish) el tigrillo (mamífero)

tyity

noun

(Spanish) el barro, lodo

tyjã’

noun

(Spanish) el col, repollo (planta comestible)

tyu’ndende-

verb transitive

(Spanish) repartir (varias cosas entre varias personas)

tyuj

noun

(Spanish) el gorrion

tyundende-

verb transitive

(Spanish) repartir, distribuir (varias cosas, o a varias personas)

tyute’te-

verb intransitive

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

tyweysá

noun

(Spanish) que vende

tyã’wẽ, tyã’wẽy (cyã’wẽ)

adverb

(Spanish) así, asimismo

tyãawe’sh (cyãawe’sh)

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possesive pronoun

(Spanish) su (de ellos, de ellas)

tã’sh

noun

(Spanish) el tronco (del árbol)

tã’sh

noun

(Spanish) el calcañar, talón

tãapj-, tãapjúu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) nublarse, ponerse nublado

tũchji’chji-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) genir (repetidas veces)

tũtsa

noun

(Spanish) la muela

tũu

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noun

(Spanish) la borrachera