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rguch

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mix

(Spanish) mezclar

rguchia[rgu’chììa’]

save, put away

(Spanish) ahorrar, guardar, empacar

rgue[rguèe]

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cuss

(Spanish) decir malas palabras, usar obscenidades

rgue[rgueh]

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carry, haul (something heavy or more than one item)

(Spanish) cargar

rgue lo[rguèe loh]

insult, cuss at, cuss out (someone)

(Spanish) insultar, mentarle la madre a, usarle obscenidades a

rgued

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comb (one’s hair) (of a woman)verb

(Spanish) peinar (el cabello) (de una mujer)

rguez[rguèe’ez]

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1. hug 2. carry (something or someone) in the arms

(Spanish) 1. abrasar 2. cargar en los brazos

rgui[rguii]

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get sour

(Spanish) se hace agrio

rguiad[rguìad]

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pierce

(Spanish) agujerar

rguiby[rguìi’by]

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wash

(Spanish) lavar

rguich[rguìi’ch]

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break (a long object), break off (a twig or stem of flowers, for instance)

(Spanish) quebrar (un obj. largo), desgajar (una ramita o un tallo de flores, por ejemplo)

rguieb[rguìeb]

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1. sew 2. sew (something)

(Spanish) 1. coser 2. coser (algo)

rguied[rguìed]

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pierce (ears)

(Spanish) agujerar (las orejas)

rguily[rguìi’lly]

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looks for

(Spanish) buscar

rguiny[rguìiny]

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hit

(Spanish) golpear

rguiny[rguìi’iny]

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1. borrow 2. ask for the hand of (a girl) in marriage (in a betrothal negotiation)

(Spanish) 1. tomar prestado 2. pedir la mano de (una joven) (durante el tiempo en que se llevan a cabo las negociaciones esponsales)

rguiny lo[rguìi’iny loh]

borrow (something) from (someone)

(Spanish) tomarle prestado (algo) a (alguien)

rguix[rguìi’x]

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lay (a long object) down, put (a long object) down

(Spanish) poner, acuestar (un objeto largo, en un lugar)

rguixga[rgui’xga’ah]

lay (something) down (in a location)

(Spanish) poner, acostar (un obj. largo, en un lugar)

rguixicy[rguixi’ihcy]

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nod off

(Spanish) cabecear

rguizh[rgui’ihzh]

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1. pay (a person, a bill, an amount), pay back, repay (a person, an amount) 2. pay (someone) (an amount) 3. pay for, especially pay for (a mass)

(Spanish) 1. le paga a (una persona), pagar (una factura; una cierta cantidad); devolver (dinero), reembolsa 2. le paga (una cierta cantidad) a 3. pagar por, esp., pagar por (una misa)

rguny[rgùuunny]

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scratch (a part of one’s body)

(Spanish) rascar

rguty[rguhty]

kill

(Spanish) matar

rgwe[rgwèèe’]

1. speak, talk 2. speak (a language)

(Spanish) 1. hablar 2. hablar, decir (palabras, un idioma)

rgwe dizh[rgwèèe’ dìi’zh]

speak, talk

(Spanish) hablar, decir

rgwe dizh don[rgwèèe’ dìi’zh do’onn]

say whether, say if

rgwe dizh xte[rgwèe’eh dìi’zh x:èe’]

tell about, speak about

(Spanish) hablar de

rgwe xtizh[rgwèe’eh x:tìi’zh]

tell about, speak about

Rgweu Dizhsa, e?

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Do you speak Zapotec?

(Spanish) ¿Hablas zapoteco?

Rgweu ingles, e?

Do you speak English?

(Spanish) ¿Hablas ingles?

rgwezac[rgwèe’za’c]

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speak (a language) well

(Spanish) hablar bien

rgwi[rgwi’ih]

look around (in a location - used with a location phrase)

(Spanish) mirar (hacia alguna dirección)

rgwi cangag[rgwi’ih cangahg]

look around

rgwi cuan[rgwi’ih cu’an]

visit

rgwi lo[rgwi’ih loh]

look at, watch, check out

(Spanish) mirar

Rgwia ingles, Dizhtily, chiru caseidya Dizhsa.

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I speak English and Spanish and am learning Zapotec.

(Spanish) Hablo ingles y español y estoy aprendiendo zapoteco.

rgwizuats[rgwi’zùa’ts]

look at (something) carefully

rgya[rgyàa’ah]

dance

(Spanish) bailar

rgyan[rgyaàa’n]

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feed (someone or something)

(Spanish) darle de comer

rgyan Bed becw[rgyaàa’n Beed bèe’cw]

Pedro feeds the dog

rgyet[rgye’eht]

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play

(Spanish) jugar

rgyetne[rgye’ehtnèe]

play with

(Spanish) jugar con

ri[rii]

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be around, be there, be located in (a location) (takes a plural living subject)

(Spanish) hay, está ahí

ri[ri’ih]

water jug (cántaro)

(Spanish) cántaro

ria[rìi’ah]

1. drink 2. drink (something)

(Spanish) 1. beber 2. beber (algo)

ria[rihah]

1. go 2. go to (a place) 3. cost

(Spanish) 1. ir, irse 2. ir a, irse a (un lugar) 3. costar

ria lo jwes[rihah loh jwe’s]

go before the judge, go to court

ria mach lo[rihah ma’ch loh]

flirt with (a young woman) (of a young man)

(Spanish) hablar con, coquetea con, corteja (una jove) (dícese de un joven)

riab[riahb]

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fall

(Spanish) caerse

riabiny[riahbihny]

there is a job opening

riabzac[riahbza’c]

1. please (of a person) 2. like (a person)

(Spanish) caerle bien a, complacerle a

riad

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to come

(Spanish) venir

rian[rii’ann]

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remain

(Spanish) quedarse

ribany[ribàany]

go and survive

ribanyne[ribàanynèe]

go and survive with (the aid of something), go and do (something) to survive

ribanynedizy[ribàanynèedihzy]

only go and survive with (the aid of something), only and go and do (something) to survive

ricy[ri’cy]

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1. there 2. it (referring to a place)

(Spanish) 1. allá 2. ese lugar

ricy[ri’ihcy]

1. return, come back, go back 2. return to, come back to, go back to (a place)

(Spanish) 1. regresar 2. regresar a (un lugar)

ricyne[ri’ihcynèe]

return with (someone)

(Spanish) regresar con (algo)

ried[rìe’d]

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come

(Spanish) venir

riedchune[rìe’dchu’uhnèe]

come to be with

riedcuzhya[rìe’duzhya’ah]

come and shout

riedcyet[rìe’dcye’t]

come and play

riedgueipy[rìe’dgue’ihpy]

come and tell

riedguexna[rìe’dgue’x:nnaàa’]

come and get married

riedgwi cuan[rìe’dgwi’ih cu’an]

come and visit

riedgyia[rìe’dgyìi’ah]

come and drink

riedldats, riedndats[rìe’dldàa’ts, rìe’dndàa’ts]

come and spy on

riedlde, riednde[rìe’dldèe, rìe’dndèe]

come and choose

riedldez, riedndez[rìe’dldèez, rìe’dndèez]

come and wait for

riedldiby, riedndiby[rìe’dld’iìi’by, rìe’dndi’ìi’by]

come and tie onto

riedldu, riedndu[rìe’dldùu’uh, rìe’dndùu’uh]

come and put down

riedne, ridne[rì’ednèe, ri’dnèe]

1. come with 2. bring

(Spanish) 1. venir con 2. traer

riedni[rì’ednììi’]

come and tell

riedtacw[rìe’dtaa’cw]

come and put on (a shirt)

riedtaisy[rìe’dta’ihsy]

come and sleep

riedtany[rìe’dtàa’nny]

come and sit down on

riedtap[rìe’dtaa’p]

come and slap

riedtau, ridtau[rìe’dta’uh, ri’dta’uh]

come and eat, come to eat

(Spanish) venir y comer

riedte[rìe’dtèe]

come and cuss

riedtieb[rìe’dtìeb]

come and sew

riegza[riehgza’]

also go

rienyën[rie’nyëhnn]

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we do

(Spanish) nosotros hacemos

rigan[rigàann]

go and see

(Spanish) ir y ver

rigual[rigùa’ll]

go and sing, go and read

rigueipy[rigue’ihpy]

go and ask

(Spanish) ir y preguntar

riguexna[rigue’x:nnaàa’]

go and get married

rigwi[rigwi’ih]

go and look around

(Spanish) ir y mirar

rile[rille’eh]

can, be able to, know how to

(Spanish) poder

rilo[riloh]

finish

(Spanish) terminar

rinda lo[rindàa loh]

run into, encounter (someone)

(Spanish) encontrarse con

rinde[rindee’eh]

go and take

(Spanish) ir y llevar

rindilaz[rinndi’lààa’z]

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believe

(Spanish) creer

rindyau ne[rinydyàu’ neh]

you know what, guess what

rine[rinèe]

1. go with 2. take

(Spanish) 1. ir con 2. llevar

rine pres[rinèe pre’s]

take (someone) prisoner

rinydyag[rinydyahg]

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1. hear, listen to 2. (used to identify a listener in a conversation)

(Spanish) escuchar, oir

rinylo[rinyloh]

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see

(Spanish) ver

riruan[rirùu’an]

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take (someone) (somewhere)

(Spanish) llevar a alguien a un lugar

risan[risàa’an]

go and leave (something)

(Spanish) ir y dejar (a alguien); ir y entregar (algo)