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gie daly

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dahlia

(Spanish) flor Dalia

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
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yellow ant flowernoun

(Spanish) flor de la arriera

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

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gladiola

(Spanish) flor gladiola

gie jerany

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geranium

(Spanish) generio (flor)

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

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flower for the day of the dead

(Spanish) flor de muerto (silvestre)

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

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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
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chili podnoun

(Spanish) chile

gini’a

gini’a
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water chili, chile de agua

(Spanish) chile de agua

ginia’ts

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dried chile de aguanoun

(Spanish) chile de agua seco

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

Giny

Giny
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Coffer for offerings in a Church

(Spanish) Alcancía Religiosa

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

gix gie

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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)