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belduy

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kind of wild cherry related to the nance that is endemic to Oaxaca

(Spanish) nanche roja (endémico de Oaxaca)

bi’a

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prickly pear cactus

(Spanish) nopal

bkwel

bkwel
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corn husk (used to feed cattle)noun

(Spanish) totomoxtle

bli’a

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zapote

(Spanish) zapote negro

bti’ux gizh gehl

bti’ux gizh gehl
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wild tomatillonoun

(Spanish) tomatillo silvestre, tomatillo milpero

btsë

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pitaya (fruit of several cactus species)

(Spanish) pitaya

dub

dub
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maguey plant

(Spanish) maguey

gëch biub

gëch biub
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wild thorny flower

(Spanish) Flor silvestre con espinas

gie bzhi

gie bzhi
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flower used for crowns on Thursday of holy week

(Spanish) flor de mayo, cacaloxúchitl, flor que sirve para coronas el jueves de la semana santa

gie gaiy

gie gaiy
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type of wild red flowernoun

(Spanish) flor gallito (silvestre)

gie geb

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yellow flower of the geb plant (always blooms during late october, early november)

(Spanish) flor amarillo de acahual

gie togul

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flower for the day of the dead

(Spanish) flor de muerto (silvestre)

gie we’

gie we’
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wild cempasuchil (small, yellow, wild flower, used in All Saint’s Day festivities)noun

(Spanish) cempasuchil silvestre (florecilla silvestre amarilla, usada en la festividad de todos los santos)

guts

guts
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stem of agave plantnoun

(Spanish) jiote del maguey

la’

la’
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huajenoun

(Spanish) huaje

xkiny wrau

xkiny wrau
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cactus fruit that lizards eat

(Spanish) chile de lagartija

yabdua

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banana tree

(Spanish) platanero

yabni

yabni
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a tree with small, egg-like fruits (lit. ’tree of dew’; people feed the fruit to chickens)noun

(Spanish) un árbol con fruta como huevos pequeños (literalmente ’árbol de rocío’; se alimenta a los gallinas con estas frutas)

yabtsë xban guag

yabtsë xban guag
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rat tail cactus

(Spanish) cactus cola de rata

yageld

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anona (fruit) tree

(Spanish) anonal

yagits

yagits
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ahuehuete tree, Montezuma cypress tree, sabino treenoun

(Spanish) árbol ahuehuete (sabino)

yaladx dany

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wild pepper tree (whose leaves cause a skin rash)

(Spanish) pirul silvestre (cuyas hojas provocan una erupción en la piel)

yan

yan
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dried cobs (used as fuel in the kitchen)noun

(Spanish) olote(s)

zhihty

zhihty
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onionnoun

(Spanish) cebolla

zhub ruhb

zhub ruhb
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wild white and purple flower

(Spanish) flor compuesta silvestre