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bza bndariy

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wild bean flowersnoun

(Spanish) flores de frijol silvestre (comestible)

bzalobëdy

bzalobëdy
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flower called eye of chicken

(Spanish) flor ojo de pollo

geb

geb
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type of plant used to feed chickensnoun

(Spanish) acahual, tipo de planta que se usa para alimentar los pollos

geb dany

geb dany
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wild yellow flower

(Spanish) acahual silvestre

geb ketio’

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thick yellow flower

(Spanish) acahual grueso

gëch

gëch
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jilote (corn flower)noun

(Spanish) jilote

gëch

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the flower before the corn is mature

(Spanish) jilote, flor de maíz antes que este maduro

gëch biub

gëch biub
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wild thorny flower

(Spanish) Flor silvestre con espinas

gie

gie
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flowernoun

(Spanish) flor

gie bgwa

gie bgwa
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marigold (this flower is used for All Saint’s Day festivities)

(Spanish) flor de zempasuchil

gie bi’a

gie bi’a
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flower of prickly pear

(Spanish) flor de nopal

gie bzhi

gie bzhi
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type of purple flowernoun

(Spanish) tipo de flor morada, Tres de Mayo

gie bzhi

gie bzhi
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flower used for crowns on Thursday of holy week

(Spanish) flor de mayo, cacaloxúchitl, flor que sirve para coronas el jueves de la semana santa

gie bzhi

gie bzhi
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plumeria flowernoun

(Spanish) flor de mayo

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 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

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)

gyia nub[gyìa’ nuub]

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flor de nubes, type of white flowernoun

(Spanish) flor de nubes

la’kwe’ku

la’kwe’ku
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quebraplato (type of flower)noun

(Spanish) quebraplato (tipo de flor)

mansan

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applenoun

(Spanish) manzana

mem

mem
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cactus fruit flowernoun

(Spanish) flor de tuna

mem

cactus fruit flower

(Spanish) flor de tuna

xki’ bëdy

xki’ bëdy
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wild flower lit. chicken poop

(Spanish) diente de leon lit. popo de pollo

yabni

yabni
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a tree with small, egg-like fruits (lit. ’tree of dew’; people feed the fruit to chickens)noun

(Spanish) un árbol con fruta como huevos pequeños (literalmente ’árbol de rocío’; se alimenta a los gallinas con estas frutas)

zhub ruhb

zhub ruhb
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wild white and purple flower

(Spanish) flor compuesta silvestre

zhub ruhb

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wild white and purple flower

(Spanish) flor compuesta silvestre