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ya[yaàa’]

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upadverb

ya[yàa]

traditional sweat bath (temazcal)

(Spanish) temazcal

Yac[ya’c]

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No.

Yagul[Yagu’ll]

Yagul (an archaeological site near Tlacolula)

yanuan[yannuuan]

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custard apple tree, cherimoya (chirimoya) tree

(Spanish) árbol de la chirimoya

yba[ybààa’]

heaven

ydapta[yda’pta’]

the four of

ydo[ydòòo’]

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churchnoun

Ydo Santony[Ydoòo’ Sanntoony]

San Antonio Church (the old church in San Lucas Quiaviní)

ygyonta, gyonta[ygyòonnta’, gyòonnta’]

the three of

Ygyontën buny San Pedr bcwaën gyets.[Ygyòonntën bùunny Sann Pedr bcwàa’ën gyee’ts]

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All three of us San Pedro people wrote the document.

Yo.[yòo’]

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Okay.

Yol[yo’oll]

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Yola (girl’s name)noun

yrata, rata[yro’pta]

all

yropta, ropta[yro’pta, ro’pta’]

the two of, both of

yu[yu’uh]

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housenoun

yu[yuhuh]

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land, soil, groundnoun

(Spanish) suelo, tierra

yu cordor[yu’uh co’rdoor]

the room in a traditional home which is open on one side to the central countyard or patio

yu, yëbu[yu’uu’, yëbu’uu’]

you (form. sg.)

yug[yuug]

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yokenoun

yulai[yu’làài’]

municipio (town hall)

Yzhagan[yzhàaga’ann]

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Goodbye

Yzhajan[yzhàaja’ann]

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Goodbye

Yzhajan buas[yzhàaja’ann buahs]

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Okay, see you later

Yzhajan buas, erre.[yzhàaja’ann buahs, erre’eh]

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Ok. See you later, friend.

yzhi[yzhii]

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tomorrownoun

yzla[yzlàa]

nice