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ta[tààa’]

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eighty

(Spanish) ochenta

ta

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flat area on a hill (natural or man made, including terraces)

(Spanish) un área plana en un cerro (natural o hecho por el hombre, incluyendo terrazas)

ta abtsë[tàa’ahbtsêë’]

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ninety

(Spanish) noventa

tabaza, dyebaza[ta’baza’, dye’baza’]

really

tabiarebichi

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name of a hill

(Spanish) nombre de un cerro

tabiarero

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name of a hill

(Spanish) nombre de un cerro

Tagual[Taguuall]

Day of the Dead (All Saints Day, November 1, and All Souls Day, November 2)

talo[talòo’]

(term of address used informally to a friend)

Tan[taan]

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Cayetano

tan[ta’aann]

because

(Spanish) porque

tap[tahp]

tap
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four

tap[tahp]

tap
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four

tap galy[tahp gàally]

eighty

(Spanish) ochenta

tarea[tareea]

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1. homework; 2. exercise

(Spanish) tarea

tas[ta’s]

cup

(Spanish) taza

te crioi[tee cri’oi]

te crioi
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teblo[te’bloh]

equal, even, the same

tebloizy[te’bloh-ihzy]

just the same

tecnica[té’cnicah]

technical

teiby[te’ihby]

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one; a, an

(Spanish) uno

teiby[te’ihby]

teiby
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one

(Spanish) uno

teiby gaiyua[te’ihby gaiyùùa’]

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one hundred

(Spanish) cien

teiby ra dyeni[te’ihby ra dye’nnih]

one of those stores

teiby ratizy[te’ihby ra’tihzy]

in just a little while

teiby zhan[te’ihby zh:àa’n]

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a plant

(Spanish) una planta

teix[tèe’ix]

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trunk, side (e-poss. only)

telebisyony[telebisyoony]

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television

telefono[telé’fonoh]

telephone

tenizy[té’nnihzy]

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tennis shoes

tequily[tequi’ly]

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tequila

terminal xte camyuny[termina’ll x:tèe’ camyuuny]

bus station

testiu[testi’u]

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witness

(Spanish) testigo

tewag[tèe’wahg]

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1. not 2. no, nope

tewag xi problemdi[no problem]

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no problem

(Spanish) sin problema

tex bgaz

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name of place (the slope of bgaz)

(Spanish) nombre de un lugar (la inclinación bgaz)

tex dainy

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side of Quiavini Mountain

(Spanish) ladera de la montaña de Quiavini

tex tati

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name of a place (the slope of tati)

(Spanish) nombre de un lugar (la inclinación de tati)

Tijwan[Tijwa’nn]

Tijuana

tiu[ti’u]

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1. uncle 2. older brother-in-law, stepfather 3. señor, sir (respectful term of address used to someone one does not know)

tiuwe[ti’uwe’eh]

sir, señor (respectful term of address used to a man)

to[tòo’oh]

let’s go

tom

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tort[to’rt]

torta (type of Mexican sandwich)

totad[to’taad]

assistant mayordomo (diputado)

(Spanish) diputado

traj[tra’j]

(man’s) suit

traj zac[tra’j za’c]

nice suit, fancy suit

trasde[tráhsdeh]

behind, in back of

treiny[treeiny]

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train

trentidoz[tre’nnytidooz]

thirty-two (modern word)

trenytyuan[tre’nnytyua’nn]

thirty-one

triest[tri’est]

sad

(Spanish) triste

trus[tru’s]

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mens underpants

tsë[tsêë’]

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ten

(Spanish) diez

tsë[tsêë’]

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ten

(Spanish) diez

tsëbteby[tsëbteeby]

tsëbteby
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eleven

(Spanish) once

tsëbtyop[tsëbtyo’p]

tsëbtyop
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twelve

(Spanish) doce

tsëda[tsëdah]

tsëda
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fourteen

tseiny[tsèèi’ny]

tseiny
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fifteen

tsëiny[tré’seh]

tsëiny
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thirteen

(Spanish) trece

tseinyabchon[tsèi’nyahbchòonn]

tseinyabchon
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eighteen

(Spanish) diez y ocho

tseinyabtap[tsèin’ny ahbta’p]

tseinyabtap
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nineteen

(Spanish) diecinueve

tseinyabteby[tsèi’nyahbteeby]

tseinyabteby
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sixteen

tseinyabtyop[tsèi’nyahbtyo’p]

tseinyabtyop
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seventeen

tu[tu]

who, whose

Tu buny liu?

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Where are you from? (informal), What kind of person are you?

(Spanish) ¿De donde eres? ¿Qué tipo de persona eres?

Tu buny yu?

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Where are you from? (formal), What kind of person are you?

(Spanish) ¿De donde es usted? ¿Qué tipo de persona es?

Tu la nde quën Dizhsa.

What is this called in Zapotec?

Tu la nde?

What is this called?

Tu la nde?

What is that called?

Tu layu?

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What is your name? (formal)

(Spanish) Cuál es su nombre? (formal)

Tu lo?[tu lohoh]

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Whose face?

(Spanish) ¿Cuyo rosto?

Tu loo?

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What is your name? (informal)

(Spanish) Cómo te llamas?

tuazh[tu-ahzh:]

Who on earth?

tubiaz[tuhbiihahz]

one year

tuëru[tuëru’]

who else

turyest[turye’st]

tourist

tuxman[tuhxmaan]

one week

Tyeiny[Tyeeiny]

Sebastian

(Spanish) Sebastian

tyem[tye’emm]

1. season, weather 2. time (in certain expressions)

tyen[tye’nn]

1. because 2. so that

tyen gau bunyi[tye’nn ga’u bùunnyih]

so that people can eat it

tyen rzhibya galguizh xtena[tye’nn rzhihbya’ gahllgui’ihihzh x:tèe’na’]

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because I am afraid of my illness

tyen rzhibya galguizh xtena quën galguty xtena

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because I am afraid of my sickness and my death

tyen xchanën Dyoz beb yba

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because our Lord God is in heaven

tyen xchanën Dyoz bebni yba

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because our Lord God, he is in heaven

tyen xchanën Dyoz, yba bebni[tye’nn x:cha’nënn Dyooz ybààa’ bèe’bni’ ]

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because our Lord God, he is in heaven

tyep[tyehp]

hard

tyep zuiny[tyehp zuu-ihny]

it’s hard (rev. idiom)

tyop[tyo’p]

tyop
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two

(Spanish) dos

tyop[tyo’p]

tyop
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two

(Spanish) dos

tyop chon[tyo’p chòonn]

two or three, a few

tyop gaiyua[tyo’p gaiyùùa’]

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two hundred

(Spanish) dos cientos

tyopën[tyo’pëhnn]

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we two, two of us

tyua[tyùùa’]

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forty

(Spanish) cuarenta

tyua abtsë[tyùa’ ahbtsêë’]

fifty

(Spanish) cincuenta