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biach

biach
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Mexican plum, ciruelanoun

(Spanish) ciruela

biach

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Mexican plum, ciruelanoun

(Spanish) ciruela

biby

biby
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fruit with which you can make soapnoun

(Spanish) pipe (tipo de fruta)

bichi

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short

(Spanish) bajo

bichi’

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small

(Spanish) chiquito

bid

bid
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ant

(Spanish) hormiga

bid la’

bid la’
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sprouting huaje

(Spanish) retoño de la planta de huaje (comestible)

biëny

biëny
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candle, light

(Spanish) vela, luz

bigupy

bigupy
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armadillo

(Spanish) armadillo

biny

biny
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seed (like that of the man kach plant)

(Spanish) semilla (como la de la planta garra del diablo)

biny xte man kach

biny xte man kach
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seed pod of devil’s claw (whose dried seeds are eaten to treat prostate inflamation)

(Spanish) vaina de garra del diablo (cuyas semillas secas se come para curar la inflamación de la próstata)

biub

biub
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chicatana (a type of leaf cutter ant)

(Spanish) chicatana (un tipo de hormiga arriera)

bixna

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married

(Spanish) casado

bixtily

bixtily
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soapnoun

(Spanish) jabón

bizoby

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single

(Spanish) soltero

bka’

bka’
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grackle bird

(Spanish) zanate pequeño

bka’

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type of blue bird that eats corn

(Spanish) tipo de pájaro azul que come maíz

bkëch gie

bkëch gie
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mockingbird

(Spanish) Zenzontle

bki’ts

bki’ts
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honey bee

(Spanish) abeja

bku

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altar

(Spanish) altar

bkwel

bkwel
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corn husk (used to feed cattle)noun

(Spanish) totomoxtle

bkwel buzh

bkwel buzh
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corn husk (used to wrap food)

(Spanish) cocos de totomoxtle

blahx gel

blahx gel
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avocado leaves

(Spanish) hojas de árbol de aguacate

blahx gel

blahx gel
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avocado tree leaves (edible)

(Spanish) hojas de árbol de aguacate (comestibles)

blapi’aty

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white castor oil plant

(Spanish) higuerilla blanca

blaxo

blaxo
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(Spanish) hierba santa

blaxo

blaxo
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(Spanish) hierba santa

blelazu

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You abandon, you had forsaken, lit. you take out of your heart

(Spanish) Tú abandonaste, lit. tú quitaste de tú corazón

bli’a

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zapote

(Spanish) zapote negro

bli’a

bli’a
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black zapote

(Spanish) zapote negro

bli’ux

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water snake

(Spanish) culebra de agua

bliehny

bliehny
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hare

(Spanish) liebre

blo’

blo’
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crow, raven

(Spanish) cuervo

blo’

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crow, raven

(Spanish) cuervo

bloory

bloory
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pot used to serve water

(Spanish) jarro

blyen

blyen
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rabbit

(Spanish) conejo, liebre

bnda

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wild pink muhly grass

(Spanish) pasto de anillo (usada para proteger a la cosecha de lluvia fuerte)

bndag gehl

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corn leaf

(Spanish) hoja de milpa

bndahg

bndahg
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leaf

(Spanish) hoja

bni

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dew

(Spanish) rocío

bo’

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charcoalnoun

(Spanish) carbon

bo’

bo’
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coal

(Spanish) carbón

bols

bols
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bag

(Spanish) bolsa

botey

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bottle

(Spanish) botella

braw

braw
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lizard

(Spanish) lagartija

bred

bred
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wood, logs of wood

(Spanish) tabla de madera

bru’n

bru’n
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prickly pear cactus fruit

(Spanish) tuna del nopal, pitaya

bsi’ny

bsi’ny
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roof tiles

(Spanish) tejas

bsia byuk

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type of brown eagle

(Spanish) águila de color café

bsialas

bsialas
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falcon

(Spanish) halcón

bsie

bsie
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eagle

(Spanish) águila

bsu

bsu
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adobe (clay bricks)noun

(Spanish) adobe

bteh

bteh
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bee hive

(Spanish) panal

bti’a

bti’a
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aromatic herb used to cook beans

(Spanish) epazote

bti’ux

bti’ux
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tomatonoun

(Spanish) tomate / jitomate

bti’ux

bti’ux
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tomato

(Spanish) jitomate

bti’ux gihzh

bti’ux gihzh
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tomatillo (used for salsas)

(Spanish) tomatillo

bti’ux gizh gehl

bti’ux gizh gehl
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wild tomatillonoun

(Spanish) tomatillo silvestre, tomatillo milpero

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)

btsë

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pitaya (fruit of several cactus species)

(Spanish) pitaya

btsë gihzh

btsë gihzh
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tunilla (type of small cactus fruit)

(Spanish) tunilla

btsë nakiits

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white prickly pear fruit

(Spanish) fruta de nopal blanco

btsë nakiits

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white prickly pear fruit

(Spanish) fruta de nopal blanco

btsë ri’

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wild prickly pear fruit

(Spanish) tuna silvestre

btsë wlahch

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white dragonfruit

(Spanish) pitayal blanco

btsëhny

btsëhny
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foam

(Spanish) espuma

btyuaptuby

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forty-one

(Spanish) cuarenta y uno

btyun

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bushy matgrass

(Spanish) pitiona

budingul

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male turkey

(Spanish) guajolote

budingul

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male turkey

(Spanish) guajolote

budlax

budlax
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female turkey

(Spanish) guajolota

bugi

bugi
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guavanoun

(Spanish) guayaba

burr

burr
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donkey

(Spanish) burro

bux

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type of wild pigeon

(Spanish) tipo de paloma del campo

bxia’

bxia’
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house finch

(Spanish) gorrión

bxidyu

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clods of soil

(Spanish) terrones, terremotos, torromotes (sic)

bxoz

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catholic priest

(Spanish) sacerdote catolico

byenlaza

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I forgot

(Spanish) se me olvidó

byiu

byiu
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fleanoun

(Spanish) pulga

byu’

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flea

(Spanish) pulga

byu’uzy

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heron

(Spanish) garza

bza

bza
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beans

(Spanish) frijoles

bza bndariy

bza bndariy
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wild bean flowersnoun

(Spanish) flores de frijol silvestre (comestible)

bza lagu

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beans with hierba de conejonoun

(Spanish) frijoles con hierba de conejo

bza lahs

bza lahs
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black beans

(Spanish) frijol negro (delgado)

bza nakits

bza nakits

white beans

(Spanish) frijol blanco

bza ro’

bza ro’
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large black beans

(Spanish) frijolón

bza ya’

bza ya’
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green beans

(Spanish) ejotes

bza’an

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brother (of a female), sister (of a male)

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

bza’n

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brother (of a female)

(Spanish) Hermano (de una mujer)

bzalo

bzalo
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eye

(Spanish) ojo

bzalobëdy

bzalobëdy
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flower called eye of chicken

(Spanish) flor ojo de pollo

bzeiny

bzeiny

deernoun

(Spanish) venado

bzëny

bzëny
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deer

(Spanish) venado

bzëny

bzëny
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deer

(Spanish) venado

bzha’ts

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yellow (only for corn)

(Spanish) amarillo (solo para maíz)

bzhi’

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spilled

(Spanish) se regó

bzhie

bzhie
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owl

(Spanish) lechuza

bzhih

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wild bush used to burn

(Spanish) arbusto silvestre que sirve para quemar