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bi’a

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prickly pear cactus

(Spanish) nopal

blaxo

blaxo
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(Spanish) hierba santa

bndag gehl

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corn leaf

(Spanish) hoja de milpa

btsë

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pitaya (fruit of several cactus species)

(Spanish) pitaya

bza lagu

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beans with hierba de conejonoun

(Spanish) frijoles con hierba de conejo

dub

dub
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maguey plant

(Spanish) maguey

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 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

kandien zhub

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it is sprouting (milpa)

kuan lia

kuan lia
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wild bush, used to treat "craving" desease

(Spanish) hierba de antojos

la’kwe’ku

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

(Spanish) quebraplato (tipo de flor)

lagu

lagu
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hierba de conejo (wild herb used to cook beans)noun

(Spanish) hierba de conejo (para cocinar frijoles)

mem

mem
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cactus fruit flowernoun

(Spanish) flor de tuna

oreg gi’x

oreg gi’x
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wild oregano (condiment)

(Spanish) orégano silvestre (comestible en algunas áreas)

wlas

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amaranth plant

(Spanish) quintonil

xki’ bëdy

xki’ bëdy
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wild flower lit. chicken poop

(Spanish) diente de leon lit. popo de pollo

yag

yag
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1. wood, 2. treenoun

(Spanish) 1. madera, 2. árbol

yagëchibe’

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hawthorn (type of tree); mequite treenoun

(Spanish) espino; mequite

yagëchibixun

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huizachenoun

(Spanish) huizache

yalach

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red spruce tree

(Spanish) piru

yalimon

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lime tree, lemon tree

(Spanish) limonero

ze’

ze’
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cob of corn

(Spanish) elote