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bëd gidy

 bëd gidy
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hen

(Spanish) gallina

yarbay

 yarbay
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type of hawk

(Spanish) quebrantahueso

¡Za’k rsily!

¡Za’k rsily!
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Good morning!

(Spanish) ¡Buenos días!

¡Za’k wxin!

¡Za’k wxin!
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Good evening!

(Spanish) ¡Buenas noches!

¡Zak laychi!

¡Zak laychi!
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Good day (midday)!

(Spanish) ¡Buenos días (medío dia)!

an dxi

an dxi
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today

(Spanish) hoy

ba’t

ba’t
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skunk

(Spanish) zorrillo, mofeta

bag

bag
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cownoun

(Spanish) vaca

bahl

bahl
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star

(Spanish) estrella

bahl

bahl
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fire

(Spanish) fuego

bahny

bahny
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mud

(Spanish) barro, lodo

bay

bay
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shawlnoun

(Spanish) rebozo

bchan

bchan
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larvae of beetlesnoun

(Spanish) larvas de escarabajos

bdi

bdi

antnoun

bdiani nagas

bdiani nagas

black antnoun

(Spanish) hormiga negra

bdo

bdo
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baby

(Spanish) bebé

bdo beez

bdo beez

newborn baby

bdu’ld

bdu’ld
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tadpole

(Spanish) renacuajo

bdua

bdua
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banana

(Spanish) plátano

bdua

bdua
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banana

(Spanish) plátano

bdua gëch

bdua gëch
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cuajilote (type of wild banana)noun

(Spanish) cuajilote

bdxie

bdxie
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barn owl

(Spanish) lechuza

bdzëdz

bdzëdz
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squirrel

(Spanish) ardilla

bdzëdz

bdzëdz
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squirrel

(Spanish) ardilla

be’

be’
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mushroomnoun

(Spanish) hongo

be’ zhnia

be’ zhnia

red mushroom

be’kw

be’kw
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dognoun

(Spanish) perro

be’ld

be’ld
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snakenoun

(Spanish) culebra

be’ldub

be’ldub
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1. a red worm found in the maguey, 2. the color of said worm

(Spanish) 1. un gusano rojo que vive en el maguey, 2. el color de este gusano

be’ldub

be’ldub
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purple (only for corn)

(Spanish) morado, el color del gusano de maguey (solo para maíz)

be’ldyu

be’ldyu
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garden worm

(Spanish) lombriz de tierra

be’u

be’u
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moon

(Spanish) luna

be’u rë’ny

be’u rë’ny
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new moon

(Spanish) luna nueva

be’u zë’ny

be’u zë’ny
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full moon

(Spanish) luna llena

bech

bech
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vulture

(Spanish) zopilote

bëch

bëch
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tule grass (used to make roofs)

(Spanish) tule

bech

bech
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vulture

(Spanish) buitre, zopilote

bëd gidy

bëd gidy
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chickennoun

(Spanish) gallina

bëd ingul

bëd ingul
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turkeynoun

(Spanish) guajolote

bëd lach

bëd lach
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hen turkeynoun

(Spanish) guajolota

bëd zhig

bëd zhig
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Guinea fowl

(Spanish) gallina de Guinea

bedund

bedund
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hummingbird

(Spanish) colibrí o chuparosa

begich

begich
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fly

(Spanish) mosca

begidy

begidy
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butterfly

(Spanish) mariposa

begidy

begidy
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butterfly

(Spanish) mariposa

bëhch

bëhch
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cracks in the soil

(Spanish) rajaduras en la tierra

behld

behld
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fish

(Spanish) pescado

behld gel

behld gel
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river fish

(Spanish) charal

bel

bel
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meatnoun

(Spanish) carne

belbëhdy

belbëhdy
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chicken meat

(Spanish) carne de pollo

belduy

belduy
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kind of wild cherry related to the nance that is endemic to Oaxacanoun

(Spanish) Nanche roja (relativo Oaxaqueño de nance)

belduy bes

belduy bes
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wild nanche (type of wild fruit)

(Spanish) nanche silvestre

ben

ben
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dregs, grounds (of liquid)noun

(Spanish) sedimento, asiento

bes

bes
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jaguar, ocelote

(Spanish) jaguar, ocelote, tigrillo

betsëni

betsëni

tick

(Spanish) garrapata

betsi’a

betsi’a
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louse

(Spanish) piojo

betsihny

betsihny
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bat

(Spanish) murciélago

betub

betub

beetlenoun

(Spanish) escarabajo

bew

bew
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coyotenoun

(Spanish) coyote

bew ri’

bew ri’

cicadanoun

(Spanish) chicharra

beyun

beyun

fognoun

(Spanish) niebla

bez

bez
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jaguar

(Spanish) jaguar, ocelote

bezbiaw

bezbiaw
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bumble bee

(Spanish) abejorro

bëzh

bëzh
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grey dove

(Spanish) güila

bezhun

bezhun
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spider

(Spanish) araña

bezyu

bezyu
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underground honeybees

(Spanish) abejas subterráneas

bi dyeny

bi dyeny
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antnoun

(Spanish) hormiga

bi’a

bi’a
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prickly pear cactus

(Spanish) nopal

bi’a

bi’a
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prickly pear cactusnoun

(Spanish) nopal

biach

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)

bid la’

bid la’

sprouting huaje

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)

bka’

bka’
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grackle bird

(Spanish) zanate pequeño

bkëch gie

bkëch gie
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mockingbird

(Spanish) Zenzontle

bki’ts

bki’ts
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honey bee

(Spanish) abeja

bkwel

bkwel
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corn husk (used to feed cattle)noun

(Spanish) totomoxtle

bkwel buzh

bkwel buzh

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)

blaxo

blaxo
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(Spanish) hierba santa

blaxo

blaxo
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(Spanish) hierba santa

bli’a

bli’a
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black zapote

(Spanish) zapote negro

bliehny

bliehny
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hare

(Spanish) liebre

blo’

blo’
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crow, raven

(Spanish) cuervo

bloory

bloory
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pot used to serve water

(Spanish) jarro

bndahg

bndahg
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leaf

(Spanish) hoja

bo’

bo’
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coal

(Spanish) carbón

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

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