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gie xte man cach
"horn" flower (wild flower, sweet aroma and edible seeds)
(Spanish) flor de uña de gato, flor de garra de diablo
Speaker: Moisés García Guzmán
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how to cite: Lillehaugen, Brook Danielle and Moisés García Guzmán, with Kathryn Goldberg, María Mercedes Méndez Morales, Benjamin Paul, May Helena Plumb, Chantal Reyes, Cecilia G. Williamson, & K. David Harrison. 2019. Tlacochahuaya Zapotec Talking Dictionary, version 2.1. Living Tongues Institute for Endangered Languages. http://www.talkingdictionary.org/tlacochahuaya