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bezaa

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blackberry

(Spanish) mora

Example: Bndag Beza rzhu te ro be’ld xhed ladru ri ru dem / Blackberry leaves are used to feed silk worms in Zapotec towns / Hojas de mora para alimentar gusanos de seda en los pueblos Zapotecos see more on Twitter

bi’a

bi’a
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prickly pear cactus

(Spanish) nopal

bi’a ludx be’kw

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dog’s tongue cactus

(Spanish) nopal lengua de perro

bia na’ld

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thick cactus

(Spanish) nopal grueso

blahx gel

blahx gel
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avocado tree leaves (edible)

(Spanish) hojas de árbol de aguacate (comestibles)

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bndag gehl

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corn leaf

(Spanish) hoja de milpa

Example: see more on Twitter Bën Xguie’ zwela ro guet gu’ la’n bndag guel, ne runchu deb deñ cun xub be’ldub... // Pople from Teotitlán del Valle still wrap their tamales in corn leaves, also they made the

bti’ux

bti’ux
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tomato

(Spanish) jitomate

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btiloo

btiloo
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wild bush, roots used to treat hemorrhage (sensible to touch or clap)

(Spanish) vergonzosa (raíces útiles para tratar hemorragia)

btsë

btsë
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tuna fruit, prickly pear cactus fruitnoun

(Spanish) tuna(s)

Example: Prickly Pear Cactus Fruit. Photo by Ken Bosma, License: CC BY 2.0 see more on Flickr . Btsë xhub rshru te go ne isia guid lady bëni. see more on Twitter

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cornfieldnoun

(Spanish) milpa, maizal, campo de maíz, campo con milpa.

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gie bi’a

gie bi’a
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flower of prickly pear

(Spanish) flor de nopal

gie giny

gie giny
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red flower (used to make and decorate a type of punch)noun

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

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gie togul

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flower for the day of the dead

(Spanish) flor de muerto (silvestre)

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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

gya’

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carrizo reednoun

(Spanish) carrizo

Example: Uzan ru’úch nis ya’á rë’ni te ru za’ák deb.

kani’sy yag

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the tree is growing

(Spanish) el árbol está creciendo

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kuan lia

kuan lia
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wild bush, used to treat "craving" desease

(Spanish) hierba de antojos

mem

mem
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cactus fruit flowernoun

(Spanish) flor de tuna

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yabiech

yabiech
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plum tree

(Spanish) árbol de ciruelas

yabti’ux

yabti’ux
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tomato plant

(Spanish) planta de tomate, tomatal

yabtsë zhub

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cactus

(Spanish) cactus

yalach

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red spruce tree

(Spanish) piru

zha

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quantifier of plants

(Spanish) numeral de plantas

zhub bde

zhub bde
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weevil-infested cornnoun

(Spanish) maíz infestado de gorgojos

Example: Bën Za ryan cuch ne bëdi, xhub bde. see more on Twitter

zhub zha’ts

zhub zha’ts
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yellow cornnoun

(Spanish) maiz amarillo

Example: Bën za rqui’í xhub bshra’áts te re quia laychi. see more on Twitter