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proxy, go between,(someone who speaks on the behalf of a lover)

(Spanish) alcahuete (persona que habla con alguien de parte de un amante)

badau

badau
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baby

(Spanish) bebé, nene, nena

ben dain

ben dain
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(Spanish) serrana

ben duladxun

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noun native (of a place)

(Spanish) nuestro paisano

ben gull

ben gull
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noun adult

(Spanish) adulto

ben gull

ben gull
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old woman

(Spanish) anciana

ben ruin zïin

ben ruin zïin
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worker

(Spanish) trabajador

benny

benny
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noun person

(Spanish) persona

benny ni ruintxei lady

benny ni ruintxei lady
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weaver

(Spanish) tejedor

beny gunà’

beny gunà’
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noun woman

(Spanish) mujer

beny ngiu

beny ngiu
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noun man

(Spanish) hombre

beny ni rukua’ dii

beny ni rukua’ dii
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singer

(Spanish) cantante

beny ni rusè’d

beny ni rusè’d
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student

(Spanish) estudiante

benzit

benzit
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noun person from out of town; foreigner

(Spanish) gente de fuera

bets

bets
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noun brother (of a male)

(Spanish) hermano (de un hombre)

bexhuang

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noun lord, sir

(Spanish) señor

bi’in

bi’in
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noun young boy

(Spanish) muchacho

bi’n stui

bi’n stui
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bachelor

(Spanish) soltero

bidxa

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noun witch

(Spanish) brujo, bruja

bingul

bingul
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wise person

(Spanish) persona sabia; el mayor de

bini’n

bini’n
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noun child

(Spanish) niño, niña

bixus

bixus
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noun priest

(Spanish) sacerdote; cura

bizaa’n

bizaa’n
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noun sibling of the opposite sex; sister of a man, brother of a woman

(Spanish) hermana (de un hombre), hermano (de una mujer)

bizieby

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noun orphan

(Spanish) huérfano

dxap

dxap
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noun young woman, Miss (girl’s title)

(Spanish) mujer jóven, Señorita

dxapen

dxapen
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noun young girl

(Spanish) niña

gul

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a mask of an old man used in particular dance

(Spanish) viejito (danza de los viejitos; carnaval después de la Semana Santa)

guya’

guya’
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1. dancer in the dance of the feather; 2. dance of the feather

(Spanish) 1. danzante en la danza de la pluma; 2. la danza de la pluma

guya’a

guya’a
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dancer

(Spanish) danzante

gyizh ??

noun city person

(Spanish) persona de la ciudad

ketuudi

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negation nobody

(Spanish) nadie

lan

lan
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pronoun he / she

(Spanish) él/ ella

mbaly

mbaly
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reciprocal relationship between a father of some child and the godparents of that child or between the parents of some child and the godfather of that child

(Spanish) compadre

nan

nan
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mother

(Spanish) mamá

nguleng

nguleng
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boy (younger than bi’n)

(Spanish) niño

nguus

nguus
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noun young girl

(Spanish) niña

ni bia’an viud

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noun widow, widower

(Spanish) viuda, viudo

raty

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to die

(Spanish) se muere

sa’ ni ridxag

sa’ ni ridxag
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friend

(Spanish) amigo, amiga

sa’a

sa’a
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noun relation, family member

(Spanish) pariente, familiar

saa

saa
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family

(Spanish) familia

saate yubtu

saate yubtu
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all of you

(Spanish) todos ustedes

saguul

saguul
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noun parent-in-law

(Spanish) consuegro

Tsïgul

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noun huehuete (master of ceremonies, village protocol expert)

(Spanish) ahuehuete (maestro de ceremonia, experto del protocolo del pueblo)

txel

txel
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noun spouse

(Spanish) esposo, esposa

xhiag

xhiag
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noun grandchild

(Spanish) nieto, nieta

xhinga’n

xhinga’n
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noun son

(Spanish) hijo

xtad

xtad
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noun father (of someone)

(Spanish) padre (de alguien)

yubtu

yubtu
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you (plural formal)

(Spanish) ustedes (formal)

za

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brother from the same land

(Spanish) hermano de la misma tierra