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ba[baa’ah]

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earlier today

(Spanish) hoy mas temprano

ba[bààa’]

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tomb

(Spanish) tumba

ba[baa’ah]

iris (of the eye)

(Spanish) iris (del ojo)

Bac[Ba’ahc]

Bac
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Tlacolula

(Spanish) Tlacolula

badia[badiia]

badia
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roadrunner

(Spanish) correcamimos

badia[badiia]

badia
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roadrunner

(Spanish) correcaminos

bag[baag]

bag
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cow

(Spanish) vaca

bag[baag]

bag
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cow

(Spanish) vaca

bagueizh[ba’gue’izh, ba’geizh]

fly

(Spanish) mosca

bagueizh las[ba’gue’izh lahs]

gnat

(Spanish) mosca pequeña

baguia galan

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type of bird

(Spanish) tipo de pajaro

baguidy[ba’gui’idy]

baguidy
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butterfly, moth

(Spanish) mariposa, polilla

bai[ba’ai]

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rebozo (type of shawl)

(Spanish) rebozo

bai ne[ba’i nneh]

please

(Spanish) por favor

Bajw[Ba’jw]

Tuba

(Spanish) Tuba

bal[bàall]

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if

(Spanish) si

Bal iaz nuu?

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How old are you?

(Spanish) ¿Cuántos años tienes?

balag

balag
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caterpillar

(Spanish) oruga

Example: Photo by hallakarl / iNaturalist, License: CC-BY-NC via inaturalist.org

balo[ba’loh]

eyeball

(Spanish) globo del ojo

baly[baahlly]

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fire, flame

(Spanish) fuego

bangual[banguual]

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old person

(Spanish) anciano, anciana

banua[bannùùa’]

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scorpion

(Spanish) alacrán

bany[bahnny]

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mud

(Spanish) barro, lodo

bany[bàany]

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be alive

(Spanish) estar vivo

bany[baany]

living, alive

(Spanish) vivo, viviente

bap[baa’p]

type of reed

(Spanish) especie de cana

bar[baar]

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stick

(Spanish) vara

barga[bargàa’]

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type of medium-sized grasshopper

(Spanish) especie de saltamontes de tamaño mediano

barga

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barxyec[barxye’ehc]

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mountain turkey

(Spanish) guajolote de la montaña

bat[bàa’t]

skunk

(Spanish) zorrillo, mofeta

baxat[bax:aa’t]

baxat
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toad

(Spanish) sapo

baxat[bax:aa’t]

baxat
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toad

(Spanish) sapo

bca[bca’ah]

bca
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grackle

(Spanish) zanate

bchiguizh

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type of bird

(Spanish) tipo de pajaro

bchily[bchiilly]

bchily
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knife

(Spanish) cuchillo

bcu[bcùùu’]

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altar

(Spanish) altar

bdag muly[bdahg mùuully]

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bdag xte gyiaguex

bdag xte gyiaguex
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bdaro

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a name of a seasonal riverbed, gully, ravine

(Spanish) nombre de baranca

Bdau mna guet.[Bda’uh mnnààa’ gueht]

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(1) The woman ate the tortilla; (2) The woman ate.

Bdeidy becw Bed.[bdèèi’dy bèe’cw Beed]

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Give the dog to Pedro.

bdi[bdih]

bdi
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ant

(Spanish) hormiga

bdi[bdih]

bdi
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ant

(Spanish) hormiga

bdo[bdòo’]

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baby

(Spanish) bebé

bdua[bdùùa’]

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banana

(Spanish) banana

be[be’eh]

mushroom

(Spanish) hongo

bech

bech
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becw[bèe’cw]

becw
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dog

(Spanish) perro

becw[bèe’cw]

becw
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dog

(Spanish) perro

Becw nde.[bèe’cw ndèe’]

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This is a dog.

(Spanish) Este es un perro

Becw re rduax[bèe’cw rèe’ rdu’ahx]

This dog barks

becw rni buny "dog" cuan Dizhsa[bèe’cw rnnììi’ bùunny "dog" cuahnn Dìi’zhsah]

becw is how you say ’dog’ in Zapotec

Becw zub ni mes.[bèe’cw zùub ni’ih me’es]

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The dog is (sitting) under the table.

Becwëng.[bèe’cwëng]

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It’s a dog.

(Spanish) es un perro

Bed[Beed]

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Pedro

(Spanish) Pedro

Bed, ridane becw re chiru bzubi lo mes.[Beed, ridàa’nèe bèe’cw rèe chiru’ bzùu’bih loh me’es]

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Pedro, bring the dog here and put it on the table.

(Spanish) Pedro trae el perro aquí y ponlo en la mesa

bëguidy[bë’gui’idy]

bëguidy
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butterfly, moth

(Spanish) mariposa, polilla

Example: Photo by cullen / iNaturalist, License: CC0 via inaturalist.org

beich[be’ich]

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buzzard, vulture

(Spanish) zopilote

beich[be’ich]

beich
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buzzard, vulture

(Spanish) zopilote

bel[bèèe’ll]

bel
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snake

(Spanish) culebra

bel[beèe’l]

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meat

(Spanish) carne

bel[behll]

bel
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fish

(Spanish) pez

bel[bèèe’ll]

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snake

(Spanish) culebra

bel[bèe’ll]

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sister (of a female)

(Spanish) hermana (de una mujer)

bel[behll]

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fish

(Spanish) pez

bel dub[bèe’ll dùub]

bel dub
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maguey worm

(Spanish) gusano de maguey

bel guan[beèe’l gùu’ann]

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beef

(Spanish) carne de res

ben[bèen]

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dregs, grounds (of liquid)

(Spanish) posos

bets[behts]

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brother (of a male)

(Spanish) hermano (de un hombre)

betu

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beu[be’euh]

beu
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turtle

(Spanish) tortuga

beu[be’èu’]

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coyote

(Spanish) coyote

beu[be’èu]

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month

(Spanish) mes

bez[be’ez]

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type of big jackrabbit

(Spanish) especie de liebre grande

bez[bèèe’z]

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mountain lion

(Spanish) puma, jaguar

bez gyag

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ocelot

(Spanish) ocelote

bez tiepy

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jaguarundi

(Spanish) jaguarundi

bez zhyet

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margay

(Spanish) tigrillo margay

bezgual[bezgu’ahll]

village protocol expert, man who knows all about social and religious traditions; huehuete

(Spanish) huehuete

bga[bgàà’]

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necklace

(Spanish) collar

bgyied[bgyìed]

bgyied
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izote (the flowers are edible)

(Spanish) izote (se comen las flores)

bi[bihih]

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air

(Spanish) aire

biado

biado
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biagyety

biagyety
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biasa

biasa
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bidyro

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name of a hill

(Spanish) nombre de un cerro

bied[biied]

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aunt

(Spanish) tía

bied mna[bied mnnààa’]

ma’am, señora (respectful term of address to an older woman)

(Spanish) señora (addr. respetuosa para dirigirse a una mujer de grande edad)

biede[biede’eh]

ma’am, señora (respectful term of address to a woman)

(Spanish) señora (addr. respetuosa para dirigirse a una mujer)

biezh

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name of a hill

(Spanish) nombre de un cerro

bistied[bistiied]

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dress

(Spanish) vestido

blal[blàaal]

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blal, pre-Columbian earthenware figure

(Spanish) blal, figura precolombina de barro

blia

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sapote fruit

(Spanish) zapote negro

blia xten bziu

blia xten bziu
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Thunder’s Cave

(Spanish) cueva del trueno

blias[blìàa’s]

ditch

(Spanish) zanja

blidguidy[blidgui’igdy]

mosquito

(Spanish) mosquito

Blidguidy, queitydyi gatyi.[Blidgui’igdy queitydyi gatyih]

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The mosquito, it will not die.

bo[bòo]

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charcoal

(Spanish) carbón vegetal

bolz[bo’oollz]

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bag

(Spanish) bolsa