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a’pja’pja-

verb intransitive to flap, flutter

(Spanish) aletear

acach-, acachji-

verb transitive to fall on top

(Spanish) caer encima de

bejbej chijme

adjective pink, rosy

(Spanish) rosado

byuu bee altal

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noun

(Spanish) altar dorado

caacambu’j’, caacambu’ju-

verb transitive to make (something) burn

(Spanish) hacer quemar

caaclala’j-, caaclala’ja-

verb transitive to let boil

(Spanish) dejar hervir

caaspẽtje’j’, caaspẽtje’je-

verb transitive

(Spanish) mandar cortar (pelo, tabla)

cajca

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noun uncle (mother´s brother)

(Spanish) el tío (hermano de la mamá)

calze tsjũtsj

noun plant species, calzec

(Spanish) especie de planta

cashish-

verb transitive to let out (animals)

(Spanish) sacar (animales)

cayzunzu’j-, cayzunzu’ju-

verb transitive to stretch

(Spanish) hacer estirar

cha’mbu’mb-, cha’mbu’mbu-

verb transitive

(Spanish) escarbar (varias veces)

chacha

adjective

(Spanish) viche, no maduro

chich ujndy

noun

(Spanish) la cecina

chucha

chucha
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noun opossum

(Spanish) zarigüeya, chucha

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cjyũ’ju’j-, cjyũ’ju’ju-

verb transitive

(Spanish) vestir (a otro)

cjẽj-, cjẽjẽ-, cjẽe-

verb intrasitive

(Spanish) bajar, descender, caber, ponserse el sol

csuusu’j-, csuusu’ju-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) 1. hacer sonar (un instrumento) 2. crujir los dientes 3. alborotar

cyũ’ju’j-, cyũ’ju’ju-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) permitir hacer

mama lula

noun

(Spanish) la abuela, bisabuela

nivychach

noun

(Spanish) persona que sirve a los padrinos

nuychjãchja-

verb transitive

(Spanish) fortalecer

pa’jwa’j

noun

(Spanish) llegada (futura)

petsetesa

noun

(Spanish) astilla

pjatete-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) rajarse (en varias partes)

putsputs

adverb

(Spanish) a un lado de

puutsuts-, puutsutsu-

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verb transitive

(Spanish) 1. repartir comida (entre varias personas) 2. meter caña (en la trapiche)

quitjeetj-, quitjeetje-

verb transitive

(Spanish) clavar varias estacas

sacueecue-

verb transitive

(Spanish) sacudir (repetidas veces)

shish-, shishíi-

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verb intransitive

(Spanish) rajarse, agrietarse

shpindende-

verb transitive

(Spanish) desgajar (varias veces o varias ramas)

sneene

adjective

(Spanish) transparente, claro

tajta

adverb

(Spanish) frecuentemente, con frecuencia, a menudo

tata lul

noun

(Spanish) el abuelo

tatawe’sh

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noun

(Spanish) los padres (padre y madre)

teech teech

adverb

(Spanish) uno por uno

tjetj-, tjetje-

verb transitive

(Spanish) lavar (ropa)

tjutj

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adjective

(Spanish) bien tejido (jigra, canasta, ruana)

tsjĩtsj um-

verb transitive

(Spanish) empajar

tutu’tu-

verb intransitive

(Spanish) canturrear

tyundende-

verb transitive

(Spanish) repartir, distribuir (varias cosas, o a varias personas)

undende-

verb transitive

(Spanish) cosechar

viquiiqui-

verb transitive

(Spanish) ladrar (repetidas veces)

wechwecha caayaqui’j-

verb transitive

(Spanish) alegrar

weeswee

adjective

(Spanish) de mal genio, bravo

wãatãtãj-

verb transitive

(Spanish) 1. botar (repetidas veces); 2. apedrear

wãwã

wãwã

noun bee drone

(Spanish) abeja, abejón

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wẽtwẽt

adverb

(Spanish) muy agradable

yu’ptjej-, yu’ptjeje-

verb transitive

(Spanish) 1. Intercambiar; 2. transformar

ñaña

adjective

(Spanish) desdentado