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u’cani

noun

(Spanish) la entrada

u’casa

noun

(Spanish) que entra

u’j-, u’jue-

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verb intransitive

(Spanish) ir, irse

u’j-, u’jue-

auxilliary verb

(Spanish) seguir, continuar haciendo algo

u’jni

noun

(Spanish) ida

u’jsa, u’jwa’jsa

noun

(Spanish) pasajero, viajero

u’jue’jue-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) ir (repetidas veces)

u’p-, u’pu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) estar (sentado, acostado, coljado), habitar, morar

u’pni

noun

(Spanish) el lugar de habitación, morada

u’psa

noun

(Spanish) habitante, morador

u’puwa’j

noun

(Spanish) un cargo en el gobierno

u’se

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adjective

(Spanish) nuevo

u’sha

noun

(Spanish) la señora (de raza blanca)

u’y

noun

(Spanish) la mujer, hembra

u’y pyacj

noun

(Spanish) la concuñada

u’ytjẽ’j

noun

(Spanish) la suegra

ucalitu

noun (préstamo del español)

(Spanish) eucalipto (árbol)

ucje

noun

(Spanish) la red, malla

ucje-

verb transitive

(Spanish) espinarse, chuzar

ucue

noun

(Spanish) el plano, la llanura, el llano

ucue quiwe

noun

(Spanish) el valle

ufiifi-

verb transitive

(Spanish) chiflar (repetidas veces)

ufy-, ufi-

verb transitive

(Spanish) chiflar

uj

noun

(Spanish) el águila (ave)

uj-, uja-

verb transitive

(Spanish) sembrar

uja’ja-

verb transitive

(Spanish) sembrar (diversas semillas)

ujca-, uca-

verb transitive

(Spanish) 1. golpear; 2. derribar, tumbar; 3. trillar

ujcha-, ucha-

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verb intransitive

(Spanish) rajarse, partirse

ujnd-, undu-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) quebrar, romper

ujndy

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adjective

(Spanish) seco

ujndy-, undyi-

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verb intransitive

(Spanish) 1. secarse; 2. agotarse

ujne

noun

(Spanish) el hongo (planta)

ujtse

noun

(Spanish) el aguacate (fruto)

ujtse

ujtse

noun avocado

(Spanish) aguacate

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ujw-, ujwu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) escarbar, arar

ul

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noun

(Spanish) la culebra

ul

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adjective

(Spanish) bobo, tímido

ul jycuet bej

noun

(Spanish) el gusano, larva

ul pẽjy-, ul pẽyi-

verb transitive

(Spanish) cobrar una deuda

ul tsẽy

noun

(Spanish) guache (culebra)

ul watycue

noun

(Spanish) (culebra no venenosa)

ul weeswée

noun

(Spanish) (culebra venenosa)

ul ñavytuć

noun

(Spanish) mataganado (culebra)

ulchic

noun

(Spanish) urraca (ave)

ulchic

noun magpie

(Spanish) urraca

ultũpy

noun

(Spanish) el ciempiés

ulu’j

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noun

(Spanish) rata grande del monte (mamífero roedor)

ulñiñ

noun

(Spanish) el curíbano (planta medicinal)

um-, umúu-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) 1. tejer (jigra, ruana); 2. techar, empajar una casa

umbu’mbu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) lloviznar

umbu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) 1. derrumbarse; 2. mudar pluma

umnisa

noun

(Spanish) tejido

undende-

verb transitive

(Spanish) cosechar

undund-

verb transitive

(Spanish) quebrar (varias cosas)

undy wee

noun

(Spanish) la tisis, tuberculosis

une tash

noun

(Spanish) mata de hongo

unza le’ch

unza le’ch

noun mouse

(Spanish) ratón

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unza wala

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noun rat

(Spanish) rata

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unzafy (J)

noun

(Spanish) dibujo que usan para el chumbe

upagacy-, upagaqui-

verb transitive

(Spanish) empujar (repetidas veces)

upajcy-, upaqui-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) empujar

upeepe-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) quebrarse (varias cosas)

upj

noun

(Spanish) la cerca, el cerco

upj-, upjáa-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) 1. cercar; 2. cerrar los ojos

upja’pja-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) parpadear

upy-, upyji-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) 1. nacer; 2. reventar (pollito)

upysa

noun

(Spanish) que ha nacido

us

noun

(Spanish) el riñón

us

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noun

(Spanish) el fríjol

us bej

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noun

(Spanish) fríjol rojo

us bite

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noun

(Spanish) fríjol pintado

us chijme

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noun

(Spanish) fríjol blanco

us tandy

noun

(Spanish) corazón de buey

us tapla, us tsep

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noun

(Spanish) fríjol cacha

usa

noun (préstamo del español)

(Spanish) la hoz (herramienta)

uschi’

noun

(Spanish) la tijereta (ave)

uschi’

noun Social Flycatcher (?)

(Spanish) tijereta

uschic

noun

(Spanish) gusano venenoso

usmity

noun

(Spanish) el alacrán (arácnido venenoso)

usmity

usmity

noun scorpion

(Spanish) alacrán

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uswa’l

noun

(Spanish) chachafruto (árbol)

uta

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adjective

(Spanish) lleno

uta-, utáa-

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verb intransitive

(Spanish) llenarse

utse tash

noun

(Spanish) mata de aguacate

utsje’tsje-

verb transitive

(Spanish) tocar (repetidas veces)

utya

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adjective

(Spanish) cerca

utyutya

adjective

(Spanish) muy cerca

utyáa-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) acercarse

uu en

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noun

(Spanish) la muerte, día de la muerte

uu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) 1. estar enfermo; 2. morir, fallecer

uuni cja’ty

noun

(Spanish) cadáver

uunsá

adjective

(Spanish) difunto, a

uusá

noun

(Spanish) difunto, persona muerta

uusá jycuet dyi’tj

noun

(Spanish) calavera

uusá pendaní cafy

noun

(Spanish) el sepulcro, cementario

uutjash

noun

(Spanish) el sembrado

uuwa’j

noun

(Spanish) muerte (futura)

uwe cu’jya’ (T)

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noun

(Spanish) baile de la boda

uwe-, uwée-

verb transitive

(Spanish) agarrar, coger, prender

uy-, uyúu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) 1. ver, encontrar; 2. conseguir, hallar