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belduy

belduy
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nance (wild cherry endemic to Oaxaca)noun

(Spanish) Nanche roja (relativo Oaxaqueño de nance)

Example: Ziani belduy ica an yz re, nis guia gucne riald guie de yag. see more on Twitter

bi’a

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prickly pear cactus

(Spanish) nopal

biny xte man katx

biny xte man katx
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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)

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blahx gel

blahx gel
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avocado leaves

(Spanish) hojas de árbol de aguacate

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blapi’aty

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white castor oil plant

(Spanish) higuerilla blanca

bli’a

bli’a
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black zapote

(Spanish) zapote negro

bnda

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wild pink muhly grass

(Spanish) pasto de anillo (usada para proteger a la cosecha de lluvia fuerte)

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bti’ux gihzh

bti’ux gihzh
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tomatillo (used for salsas)

(Spanish) tomatillo

btiloo

btiloo
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wild bush, roots used to treat hemorrhage (sensible to touch or clap)

(Spanish) vergonzosa (raíces útiles para tratar hemorragia)

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

bza bndariy

bza bndariy
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wild bean flowersnoun

(Spanish) flores de frijol silvestre (comestible)

Example: Bza bndariy rni’ís la’án dani, ne Bn Za ro de guie lo xub. see more on Twitter

dub bkuel

dub bkuel
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cucharilla agavenoun

(Spanish) agave de cucharilla

Example: Dub bcuel rac chu de "coron" de chi lani. see more on Twitter

geld tsëny

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sapodilla, chicozapote

(Spanish) chicozapote

gie gidy

gie gidy
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orange flower, stems covered in velcro-like surface

(Spanish) flor pegajosa

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’ bzalobëdy

gie’ bzalobëdy
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Mexican creeping zinnia flowernoun

(Spanish) ojo de pollo (flor)

lagu

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

(Spanish) hierba de conejo (para cocinar frijoles)

Example: Lagu see more on Twitter

oreg gi’x

oreg gi’x
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wild oregano (condiment)

(Spanish) orégano silvestre (comestible en algunas áreas)

yagëch

yagëch
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mezquite treenoun

(Spanish) árbol de mezquite

Example: Bel yubga yald guie Yagëch, ziubga za gued Xman "Sant." see more on Twitter

yala’ gib

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mesquite tree with yellow flowers

(Spanish) árbol de mezquite que da flores amarillas

yalach

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red spruce treenoun

(Spanish) piru

yan

yan
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dried cobs (used as fuel in the kitchen)noun

(Spanish) olote(s)

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yayax

yayax
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avocado tree

(Spanish) árbol de aguacate

zhizh

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chepil (an herb)noun

(Spanish) chepil

zhub

zhub
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corn

(Spanish) maiz

Example: Par Bën Za, xub na labaan ne laaznu / For Zapotec people, corn is our heart and root / para los Zapotecos, el maíz es nuestra raíz y nuestro corazón see more on Twitter