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ca[càa]

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be stuck, be hanging

(Spanish) estar colgado, estar pegado en, haber en

ca xcha[càa x:xh’ah]

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the sun is out, the sun is shining

(Spanish) hay sol, hay un sol brillante

cabai[caba’i]

cabai
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horse

(Spanish) caballo

cabai[caba’i]

cabai
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horse

(Spanish) caballo

Cabai nde e, guala becwëng?[caba’i nèe’ èee, guallàa’ bèe’cwëng ?]

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Is this a horse, or a dog?

Cabai nde e?[caba’i ndèe’ èee ?]

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Is this a horse?

cachuch[cachu’ch]

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baseball cap

(Spanish) cachucha

cafe[cafee]

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coffee

(Spanish) café

cagwet[cagwe’t]

man, buddy, guy, dude (term of address used to a close male friend)

(Spanish) hombre, cuate, chavo, mano (addr. para dirigirse a un hombre)

cald[ca’lld]

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soup

(Spanish) caldo, sopa

cali[cali]

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where

(Spanish) dónde

Cali bsedyyu Dizhsa?[cali bsèe’dyyuu’ Dìi’zhsah ?]

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Where did you learn Zapotec?

Cali cheyu?

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Where are you going? (formal), a greeting to someone walking away from their home

(Spanish) ¿Adonde va?, Hola (un saludo a alguien que viene de su casa)

Cali Chiu, Lia Len?[cali chìu’, Lia Leen?]

Where are you going, Elena?

(Spanish) ¿A donde vas, Elena?

Cali chiu?[cali chìu’ ?]

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Where are you going? (a way to great someone who is walking away from their home)

(Spanish) ¿A donde vas?

Cali gweu?

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Where did you go? (informal), a greeting to someone walking toward their home

(Spanish) A dónde fuiste?

Cali gweyu[cali gwehyuu’?]

where have you (formal) been?

campan[campa’nn]

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bell

(Spanish) campana

canel[caneel]

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cinnamon

(Spanish) canela

capi[capii]

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shrine

(Spanish) santuario

caracol

caracol
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snail

(Spanish) caracol

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

carnad[ca’rnaad]

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pomegranate

(Spanish) grenada

cart[ca’rt]

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letter

(Spanish) carta

Caseidya Dizhsa.

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I am learning Zapotec.

(Spanish) Estoy aprendiendo Zapoteco.

Caseidyën Dizhsa.

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We are learning Zapotec.

(Spanish) Estamos aprendiendo Zapoteco.

Caseidyizën Dizhsa.

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We are just learning Zapotec.

(Spanish) Sólo estamos aprendiendo Zapoteco.

Caseidyzya Dizhsa.

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I am just learning Zapotec.

(Spanish) Sólo estoy aprendiendo Zapoteco.

cason [casoon]

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pants

(Spanish) pantalón

cha[chah]

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a, an; one (used when counting e.g. tortillas)

(Spanish) un; uno, una (se usan, en contar p. ej. tortillas)

chaa mandad[cha’a’ mandaad]

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I am going on an errand.

Chaa nezgag!

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I am going around! (a response to "Cali chiu?")

(Spanish) Por aquí no más!

Chaa teiby mandad[cha’-a’ te’ihby mandaad]

I’m going on an errand

Chan[chaan]

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Feliciano

(Spanish) Feliciano

Chan![cha’an]

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(greeting used to an elderly person)

(Spanish) (saldo a una persona mayor)

chat[cha’t]

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kiss

(Spanish) beso

chegyon[chehgyohn]

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(older word for the name of a day of the week)

(Spanish) (palabra antigua para el nombre de un dia de la semana)

chëto[chehtòo’oh]

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(older word for the name of a day of the week)

(Spanish) (palabra antigua para el nombre de un dia de la semana)

chi[chih]

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when

(Spanish) cuando

chia[chiia]

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will go

(Spanish) irá

chibe[chihbèèe’]

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(older word for the name of a day of the week)

(Spanish) (palabra antigua para el nombre de un dia de la semana)

chicy[chi’cy]

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then

(Spanish) entonces

Chiecw[Chie’cw]

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Chico

(Spanish) Chico

chiel[chìel]

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spouse

(Spanish) esposo, esposa

china[chihnáa’]

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(older word for the name of a day of the week)

(Spanish) (palabra antigua para el nombre de un dia de la semana)

chinzh[chi’iinnzh]

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bedbug

(Spanish) chinche

chinzh [chi’iinnzh]

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bedbug

(Spanish) chinche

chirmia [chirmia]

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traditional flute

(Spanish) chirimía

chon[chòonn]

chon
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three

(Spanish) tres

clarinet [clarine’t]

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clarinet

(Spanish) clarinete

Comedor Mary uas nizh nax[Comedoor Mary ua’s nìi’zh nnahx ri’cy…]

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The chocolate is very good at the Comedor Mary.