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get gus

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(Spanish) tortilla blanda lit. tortilla suave o fresca

get na nagizh

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the tortilla is deliciousphrase

(Spanish) la tortilla es sabrosa

get xtily

get xtily
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bread, loaf of breadnoun

(Spanish) pan, pan dulce, pieza de pan

gew

gew
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river

(Spanish) río

gew ro’

gew ro’
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grand river (local point of interest in Tlacochahuaya)

(Spanish) río grande (paraje en Tlacochahuaya)

gexuag

gexuag
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round pot used to carry food

(Spanish) olla de asa

gëy

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ice, frozen

(Spanish) hielo, congelado

gez

cigarette

gi

gi

burning coals

(Spanish) carbones encendidos

gi

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light

(Spanish) lumbra

gi’ts

gi’ts
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metate, flat grinding stone

(Spanish) metate

gi’ts

gi’ts
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paper

(Spanish) papel

gi’ts

grinding stone

(Spanish) metate

gi’x

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weed

(Spanish) hierba

gia

gia
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rock, stone

(Spanish) piedra

gia gew

gia gew
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river stones (pebbles)

(Spanish) piedras de rio

gianrbai

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bearded vulture

(Spanish) quebrantahuesos

giaringini

giaringini
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stone used to grind chilis

(Spanish) tejolote

gib

gib
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metal, brass, iron, steel

(Spanish) fierro, hierro, metal, acero

gib ru kwan

gib ru kwan
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sickle (used for cutting alfalfa)noun

(Spanish) hoz (se usa para cortar alfalfa)

gib ru kwan

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sickle (used for cutting alfalfa)

(Spanish) hoz (usado para cortar alfalfa)

giba

giba
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the sky

(Spanish) el cielo

gich bza lua

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my eyelashes

(Spanish) mi pestañas

gich kie

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hair (of the head)

(Spanish) pelo (de la cabeza)

gich kie rmëzh

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blonde hair

(Spanish) pelo rubio

gich la’n zhu’ya

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my underarm hair (hair inside my arm)

(Spanish) mi pelo de axila (pelo adentro de mi axila)

gich lan diega

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my ear hair (hair inside my ear)

(Spanish) mi pelo de oreja (pelo adentro de mi oreja)

gich lo

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beard

(Spanish) barba

gich lua

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my beard, facial hair (not mustache)

(Spanish) mi barba (sin bigote)

gich na’

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my forearm hair

(Spanish) mi pelo de antebrazo

gich ni’a

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my leg hair

(Spanish) mi pelo de piedra

gich ru’

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mustache

(Spanish) bigote

gich ru’ bzalo

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eyelash

(Spanish) pestaña

gich ru’a

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my mustache

(Spanish) mi bigote

gich yalaga

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my eyebrow

(Spanish) mi ceja

gichkia

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My hair

(Spanish) Mi cabello

gichkierziul

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Long hair

(Spanish) Pelo largo

gichru’

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moustache

(Spanish) bigote

gidru’

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lip

(Spanish) labio

gidy

gidy
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leather

(Spanish) cuero

gidy lahdy

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skin

(Spanish) piel

gidy ru’ bzalo

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eyelid

(Spanish) párpado

gie

gie
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flowernoun

(Spanish) flor

gie bgwa

gie bgwa
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marigold (this flower is used for All Saint’s Day festivities)

(Spanish) flor de zempasuchil

gie bi’a

gie bi’a
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flower of prickly pear

(Spanish) flor de nopal

gie bumbily

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bougainvillea

(Spanish) flor buganvilla

gie bxri

gie bxri

plumeria flowernoun

(Spanish) flor de plumeria

gie bzhi

gie bzhi
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type of purple flowernoun

(Spanish) tipo de flor morada, Tres de Mayo

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 bzhi

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gie bzi

gie bzi
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squash blossomnoun

(Spanish) flor de calabaza

gie dud

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angel’s trumpet flower

(Spanish) floripondio

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 gëch biub nagats

gie gëch biub nagats

yellow ant flowernoun

(Spanish) flor amarilla de la hormiga

gie gidy

gie gidy
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orange flower, stems covered in velcro-like surface

(Spanish) flor pegajosa

gie giny

gie giny
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red flower used to make and decorate a type of punchnoun

(Spanish) flor roja que se usa para hacer y decorar el ponche

gie giny

gie giny
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red and white wild flower used to make necklaces for saints or special pots for religious ceremonies and mayordomias

(Spanish) flor silvestre roja y blanca usada como collar para santos o vasijas especiales en ceremonias religiosas y mayordomias

gie gladiol

gladiola

gie kartuch

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alcatraz flower

(Spanish) flor alcatraz

gie nda

gie nda
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white bitter tasting flowernoun

(Spanish) flor con sabor amargo

gie penumbr

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half-light flower (important local flower of various colors)

(Spanish) flor penumbra (flor local importante de varios colores)

gie roag

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basil

(Spanish) albahaca

gie susen

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azucena flower (type of white mountain lily)

(Spanish) flor de azucena (flor blanca que crescen en las sierras)

gie tën

gie tën
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poinsettianoun

(Spanish) flor de noche buena

gie to

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nativity flower

(Spanish) flor del niño

gie togul

flower for the day of the dead

(Spanish) flor de muerto

gie toh

gie toh
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(a wild flower that grows in the hills, used in the celebrations of Holy Week and Christmas)

(Spanish) (flor del cerro amarilla usada en la festividad de semana santa y navidad)

gie tsëly

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white tree orchidnoun

(Spanish) orquídea blanca de un árbol

gie tsëly

gie tsëly
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endemic white wild aromatic orchid

(Spanish) lirio blanco silvestre

gie tsëly

gie tsëly
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endemic white wild aromatic orchid

(Spanish) lirio blanco silvestre

gie wa’s

gie wa’s
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poleo (a wild flower used in religious ceremonies, mayordomias, and weddings)noun

(Spanish) poleo (flor silvestre usada en ceremonias religiosas, mayordomias y bodas)

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)

gie xki bëdy

chicken poop flower

(Spanish) flor caca de gallina

gie xte man cach

gie xte man cach
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"horn" flower (wild flower, sweet aroma and edible seeds)

(Spanish) flor de uña de gato, flor de garra de diablo

gie yan

gie yan
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wild flower, resembles a corn cob

(Spanish) flor de olote

gie’ bzalobëdy

gie’ bzalobëdy
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type of flower (chicken’s eye)noun

(Spanish) ojo de pollo (tipo de flor)

giet

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deep

(Spanish) profundo

giet nabzieh

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The well is deep

(Spanish) El pozo esta profundo

Gieze’

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Tehuantepec (town)Proper Noun

(Spanish) Tehuantepec (pueblo)

giizha’a

giizha’a
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reddish field plantnoun

(Spanish) tipo de planta roja

gin

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chili, chili pepper

(Spanish) chile

gini

gini

chili podnoun

(Spanish) chile

gini’a

gini’a
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water chili, chile de agua

(Spanish) chile de agua

ginia’ts

chile de aguanoun

(Spanish) chile de agua

giniag

giniag
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type of small chilenoun

(Spanish) tipo de chile pequeño

giniag

giniag
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local variety of fresh chilli pod

(Spanish) Chile de árbol

ginmizh

ginmizh
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Pasilla of Oaxaca chile pods

(Spanish) Chile pasilla de los Mixes

giny

giny
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black beeswax

(Spanish) cera negra de abejas

git

git
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pumpkin

(Spanish) calabaza

git guh

git guh
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yellow pumpkin

(Spanish) calabaza támala

git wez

git wez
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chilacayota (a type of large squash)

(Spanish) chilacayota

gix

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sling, slingshot

(Spanish) resortera

gix

gix
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hanging crib

(Spanish) cuna colgante

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(Spanish) caña de milpa

gixa’

gixa’
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pasture

(Spanish) pasto

gixëny

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higaditos (a dish made with eggs, vegetables, and chicken)

(Spanish) higaditos

gizh

gizh
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dry corn plants, used to feed cattlenoun

(Spanish) zacate (milpas secas)

gizha’

gizha’
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grass

(Spanish) pasto

go’

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feedsverb

(Spanish) alimentar