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bi’a

bi’a
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prickly pear cactus

(Spanish) nopal

biach

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Mexican plum, ciruelanoun

(Spanish) ciruela

Example: Ba rzulo rdu’ún lo biashr naga’á lo gue’é. see more on Twitter

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

btsë

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pitaya (fruit of several cactus species)

(Spanish) pitaya

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btsë gihzh

btsë gihzh
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tunilla (type of small cactus fruit)

(Spanish) tunilla

Example: Ndu’úa, btsë guishr rshru te re quia nis ni rac chu gëy / In Oaxaca, wild cactus fruit is used to make traditional ice cream see more on Twitter

geb dany

geb dany
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wild yellow flower

(Spanish) acahual silvestre

gëch biub

gëch biub
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wild thorny flower

(Spanish) Flor silvestre con espinas

Example: Ziani guie gëch biub nagats candiani can nez / Lots of yellow "ant flowers" are blooming alond the roads. see more on Twitter

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 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 kartuch

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alcatraz flower

(Spanish) flor alcatraz

gie xhte "mansanit"

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tejocote flowernoun

(Spanish) flor de tejocote

ginia’ts

ginia’ts
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dried chile de aguanoun

(Spanish) chile de agua seco

Example: Ske rbiz de ginia’ te rakdemë ginia’ts // Los chiles de agua se cuelgan a la intemperie para un secado uniforme // De agua chili pods are hung to dry evenly. see more on Twitter

gizh

gizh
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dry corn plants, used to feed cattlenoun

(Spanish) zacate (milpas secas)

Example: Lo de be’éu gal nald, Bën Za rnda’á guel ne rtiugh ghuishr. see more on Twitter

ka rop lo gel

ka rop lo gel
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corn sprout

(Spanish) maiz germinando

kandien zhub

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it is sprouting (milpa)

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mansan

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applenoun

(Spanish) manzana

xhub dxidx

xhub dxidx
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fruit of mezquite

(Spanish) frutas del rompecapa

Example: see more on Twitter Xhub dxidx, tub nax ni ro de “vaquer” txi renedeb de itxa lo gi’x // Frutillas del mezquite “rompe-capas” una delicia que disfrutaban los cuidadores de ganado en el campo. // Wild berries from m

yabtsë

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organ-pipe cactusnoun

(Spanish) órgano

Example: Ya btsë rded gal nabani de Dani, lo de be’éu biz.

yag

yag
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1. wood, 2. treenoun

(Spanish) 1. madera, 2. árbol

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yag belduy

yag belduy
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belduy (type of fruit) treenoun

(Spanish) árbol de belduy (tipo de fruta)

yagëchibe’

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hawthorn (type of tree); mequite treenoun

(Spanish) espino; mequite

yalach

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red spruce tree

(Spanish) piru

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

zhub zha’ts

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yellow corn

(Spanish) maíz amarillo