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na[nah]

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now

(Spanish) ahora

na [nnaàa’]

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hand

(Spanish) mano

na[nàa’]

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I

(Spanish) yo

na[nàa]

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be

(Spanish) ser/estar

na[nnah, nnàa]

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say

(Spanish) decir

Naa la ...

My name is ...

(Spanish) My llamo ...

Naa la Lieb.

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My name is Lieb.

(Spanish) Mi nombre es Lieb.

Naa naca buny San Luc

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I am from San Lucas

(Spanish) Soy de San Lucas

Naa naca buny San Lucagza.

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I am from San Lucas, too.

(Spanish) Soy de San Lucas también.

Naa zicygagza, niegza gauwa.[nàa’ zi’cygahgza’, nìegza’ ga’uwa’]

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And the same for me, I’ll have them too.

Naa, queity nandya rai.[Nàa’, que’ity nàanndya’ raih]

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Me, I don’t know about those things.

Nach[Na’ch]

Ignacio, Nacho, Ignatius

(Spanish) Ignacio, Nacho, Ignatius

nagyia

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nald[nahlld]

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cold

(Spanish) frio

nan[nnàaan]

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1. mother; 2. grandmother

(Spanish) 1. madre, mamá; 2. abuela

nan[nàann]

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know

(Spanish) saber

Nan[nnan]

Señora, title used for fairly old people

(Spanish) Señora (título que se coloca antes del nombre de pila de una mujer )

nan gual[nnan guual]

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old woman

(Spanish) mujer anciana

nat[nàa’t]

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be lying

(Spanish) estar acostado

nax[nnahx]

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chocolate, hot chocolate, sweet

(Spanish) chocolate, dulce

nazhëby

nazhëby
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bark scorpion

Example: Photo by danieldorantes7 / iNaturalist, License: CC-BY-NC via inaturalist.org

nazhi[nazh:ih]

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today

(Spanish) hoy

nazhy[na’ahzhy]

wet

(Spanish) mojado

ncop[nco’ohp]

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be damp

(Spanish) húmedo

ncweby

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new

(Spanish) nuevo

ncyets[ncye’ts]

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white

(Spanish) blanco

nde[ndèe]

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this one

(Spanish) este

nde[ndèe]

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that one

(Spanish) ese

nden[ndèenn]

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that one

(Spanish) eso, ése, ésa

nden[nde’nn]

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this one

(Spanish) esto, éste, ésta

Nden la btsë.

That is tuna (cactus fruit).

Nden la btsë.

This is tuna (cactus fruit).

Nden na btsë.

This is tuna (cactus fruit).

Nden na btsë.

That is tuna (cactus fruit).

Ndua[Ndùu’ah]

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Oaxaca

(Spanish) Oaxaca

ndyo[ndyo’oh]

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fat

(Spanish) gordo

neipy[ne’ihpy]

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pulque; fermented juice of the agave

(Spanish) pulque; jugo del maguey fermentado

nez[nehz]

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yoke of, pair of

(Spanish) yunta de (bueyes, toros)

nez[ne’ehz]

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way, route

(Spanish) camino, ruta

Nezgag, liu a?

Around here, and you? (a response to "Cali chiu?")

(Spanish) Por aquí, ¿y tu?

nezyu[nehzyuh]

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road, path, way

(Spanish) camino

ngas[nga’as]

black

(Spanish) negro

ngats[ngaàa’ts]

ngats

yellow

(Spanish) amarillo

ngui[nguii]

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sour

(Spanish) agrio, amargo

nguiu[nguiùu’]

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male, man

(Spanish) macho, hombre

ni[nih]

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who, that, which; (rare) where

(Spanish) que, quien; (poco frecuente) donde

ni[ni’ih]

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foot

(Spanish) pie

ni bgaz

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at the foot of the hill called bgaz

(Spanish) al pie del cerro bgaz

ni ca ni guet[nih càa ni’ih gue’et]]

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what follows

ni gyia gueu guel

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at the foot of gyia gueu guel

(Spanish) al pie del gyia gueu guel