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sa[sa’ah]

1. blood relative (e-poss. only) 2. each other, one another 3. fellow, another one like (e-poss. only)

sa bied[sa’ah biied]

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aunt (poss. form)

sa gax[sa’ah gahx:]

close blood relative (e-poss. only)

sa ngwalyën rac[sa’ah ngwaalyëhnn rahc]

we’re the same age, our ages are the same

sa ni[sa’ah nih]

just like the one

sa ra ni[sa’ah ra nih]

another just like the ones that

sa zyet[sa’ah zye’eht]

distant blood relative (e-poss. only)

sabad[sabaad]

shoe

Sabad[Sáabahd]

Saturday

(Spanish) sábado

sabgaly[sabgaaly]

how much more money

sablac[sabla’c]

how much more money

sac[sahc]

cost, price

sacai[saca’ài]

west

sagual[saguuall]

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consuegro, sibling’s spouse’s blood relative, parent’s sibling’s spouse’s blood relativenoun

salary[salahry]

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solar

salyb[saalyb]

reasoning ability, conscience

San Dyegw[Sann Dye’gw]

San Diego

San Luc[Sann Lu’uc]

1. San Lucas Quiaviní 2. Saint Luke, San Lucas

Santa Mony[Sánntah Moony]

Santa Monica

Santo Domyengw[Sá’nntoh Domye’enngw]

Santo Domingo

sarampyony[sarampyoony]

measles

sasily[sasììi’lly]

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east

scha[schah]

another (tortilla, breadstuff)

sclab[sclaab]

slave

scwel[scweel]

school

(Spanish) escuela

scwel ro[sceel ròo’oh]

high school, college, university

sede[sedee]

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C.D.noun

seguan[segu’ann]

second

segurida[seguridaa]

security

(Spanish) securidad

seiz[seiz]

six (modern word)

Septyemr[Septye’mmr]

September

(Spanish) septiembre

serbes[serbe’s]

beer

(Spanish) cerveza

serc[se’rc]

almost

seten, setenta[seté’nntah]

seventy

(Spanish) sesenta

sieng[siehnng]

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hundred (modern word)number

siengw, sinco[si’enngw, sí’nncoh]

five (modern word)

sindesdizy[sinnde’sdihzy]

just so long as

sobrein[sobriien]

niece, nephew

solisitu[solisituu]

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applicationnoun

(Spanish) huarache

spal, spald[spàall, spàalld]

how many more

Spany[Spa’nny]

Spain

(Spanish) España

Spryet[Sprye’eht]

Pentecost

Stados Unied[Stadohs Uniied]

the United States

stap[sta’p]

another four, four more

steby[steeby]

1. again 2. another, another one, one more

steby lad[steeby laad]

another place, somewhere else

steby lad lany dyeni[steeby laad làa’any dye’nnih]

on the other side of that store

studian, estudian[studi’aann, estudi’aann]

student

(Spanish) estudiante

superbisor[superbisoor]

supervisor

swegr[swe’egr]

father-in-llaw, mother-in-law

(Spanish) suegro, suegra

swert[swe’rt]

luck

(Spanish) suerte

swert[swe’rt]

luck

(Spanish) suerte

syemr[sye’mmr]

always

(Spanish) siempre

syet, syete[sye’t, syé’teh]

seven (modern word)

syuda[syudaa]

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citynoun

(Spanish) ciudad

syudadan[syudada’nn]

citizen