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a'yuja'yuj³adv1tomorrowmañanaA'yuj ro' quisi̱j 'o̱ güiinaca̱ rihaan chumii̱ vaane̱.It could be that tomorrow a new sun will come for the worldParece que mañana, saldrá un nuevo sol para el mundoNana̱ na 10.12the following daya'yoj
a̠ainterjah, wow, oooguau
a̱aaa¹³det1somealgunCunánj ndo ro̱j sa̱a ne̱ cuchi' ro̱j yo' a̱a güii cuchi' ro̱j nda̱a yo' ne̱. They both ran a lot but one day the two arrived where they needed to arrive. Corrieron mucho pero llegaron los dos un día a donde tenían que llegar.Legend o 2.32A̱a quii ca'anj 'u̱nj naranj ti'yaa. Yesterday when I left I shut the door. Ayer cuando me fui cerré la puerta.
a̱aninterjyes [to indicate that someone is listening]sí [para indicar que uno ponga atención]
acaaca³vshave, shear, cut (one's) hair.rasurar, cortar (el pelo)Ca'anj so̱' aca̱ ra̱a so̱' cuan' na'.Are you going to cut your hair today?Vas a ir a cortarte el pelo hoy?Ca'anj so̱' aca̱ nii cutziin ching' so̱' na'.Are you going to have someone shave your beard?Vas a ir a que te arreglen la barba?5.4.3.6ShaveRasurar5.4.3.5Cut hairc-síí aca raa̱barber
acaaacaa³²vburnquemarAcaa ve'.The house is burning.La casa se está quemando.5.5.4Burnc-
acaa̱acaa³¹vleakgotearAcaa̱ ve'.The house leaks.La casa gotea.1.3.2.1FlowFluirc-
acajacaj³v1againotra vezAcaj gu̱u̱n che'e̱ 'yaj suun ní'Let's begin to work againEmpezemos a trabajar otra vez.8.4.6.1Start somethingc-2begin (to feel an emotion)empezar (a sentir cualquiera emoción)Acaj nanó rá no'.She began to feel nostalgic.Ella empezó sentirse nostalgica.c-acaj raa̱reflect
acaj … cuentáv1be concerned about (something)pensar sobre (algo)Síí nicuun nihánj acaj cuentá da̱j vaa nij rasu̱u̱n 'yáj.This person standing here is spying on what I am doing.Esta persona que está aqui está espiando lo que estoy haciendo. c-2knowc-3pay attention poner atención Síí ni acaj cuentá me so̱'.You are a person that does not pay attention.Eres una persona que no pone atención. c-
acaj raa̱acaj³ raa³¹vreflect, think aboutreflexionar, meditar, considerarNe̱ acaj raa̱ ndo'oj me che'e̱ vaa ta'a̱j nij soj na'aj ca'mi̱i̱ se xna'a̱nj ní', I have thought much about why some are ashamed of speaking our language. He reflexionado el porqué algunos se avergüenzan de hablar nuestro idioma. Nana̱ na 50.23.1Soul, spirit3.2.1.1Think aboutPensar enc-acajagain begin (to feel an emotion)raa̱1on top of head ofcfuun rá
achéache⁴v1peel, clean (fruits and vegetables)pelar, limpiar (vegetales o frutas)Cach so̱' xráá yume'.He cleans the camote.El pela el camote.5.2.1.2.1Remove shell, skinQuitar la cáscara, la pielc-2desollarskin (an animal)Cach so̱' nuj xráá tanaSkin the goat.Desolla al chivo.c-
achénachen⁴v1pass, walkpasarCuana̱ cachén xnii.The boy walked by just now. (at this moment)Ahorita pasó el niño. (en este instante)7.2.1.1WalkCaminarc-2run out, be used upterminarseCaché na rque scaa.The water in the jug is used up.Se terminó el agua en el jarrafón.6.1.2.2.4Use upConsumirc-3leak, come outtraspasar, filtrar, gotearAchén nihaa rque co'oo.The soup leaked out of the bowl.La sopa se filtró del plato.c-4strike (of an earthquake)impactir, ocurrir (de un terremoto)... ne̱ cachén yuún, ne̱ caman' ndo'o maa̱n yahi̱j na̱nj ado̱nj....and there was an earthquake and a severe hailstorm. REV 11:19bc-tacuachéndeliver, bringtucuachépass
achiinachiin³v1neednecesitar, faltarTza̱j ne̱ nu̱' rasu̱u̱n achiin man soj ro', a̱j ne'en Rej soj síí nicu̱n' xta̱' se vaa achiin nu̱' rasu̱u̱n yo' man soj ado̱nj. But all the things that you need, your father who is above knows all the things that are necessary for you.and your heavenly Father knows that you need them. MAT 6:32bNe̱ vi̱j chiha̱a̱ güii va̱j so' rej tacaan, ne̱ guun r síí chre̱e tiha̱' yu'unj so' man Jesucrist, ne̱ va̱j Jesucrist rej ma̱n xcuu yuva̱a̱, ne̱ rqué nij se-mo̱z Diose̱ me ma'a̱n se cachiin rihaan Jesucristó a. and he was in the wilderness forty days, being tempted by Satan. He was with the wild animals, and angels attended him.MRK 1:13ne̱ ne'e soj me suun nij rasu̱u̱n chi'ii̱, ne̱ ne'e soj me suun nij rasu̱u̱n achiin rihaan chiháán soj, and you know the needs of your towns,y saben las necesidades de sus pueblos,Nana̱ na 36.18.1.7.3Needc-2be lackingCheck c-
achíínachiin⁵vask forpedirIt happened that the woman, their child, grew up, and a man came who asked for their child.Thunder 5.1Sese achíín yo'o̱ so' rasu̱u̱n mán so̱', ne̱ go̱' so̱' se achiin man so' ei. If a person asks a thing of you, give what he needs.Give to the one who asks you, and do not turn away from the one who wants to borrow from you. MAT 5:42ac-achíín ni'ya̱jask a favor prayachíín xná'anjask
achíín ni'ya̱jachiin⁵ ni'yaj¹³v1ask a favorpedir un favor, pedir permisoNihánj me se, achíín ni'ya̱j uxr rihaan soj, ne̱ cara̱a̱x'naa soj rihaanj, se me ma'a̱n nana̱ nii cavii sa̱' qui'yáj,Here I will ask your pardon and that you forgive me if I have misspoken, Les pido permiso para hablar y discúlpenme si no he dicho bien alguna de mis palabras, Nana̱ na 70.1This verb is followed by rihaan, and the object of rihaan controls a following verb in the potential aspect. Sometimes the controlled verb is preceded by ne̱.c-2prayorarc-achíínask forni'ya̱j1look, see used to introduce a complement seem look'
achíín xná'anjachiin⁵ xna⁵'anj³²vaskpreguntarCa'na' tanuu yuve̱ cachíín xná'anj se chuvi̱i̱ so̱'.The detective came to ask your name.El detective vino a preguntar por tu nombre.3.5.1.5AskPreguntarc-achíínask forxná'anjask
achijachij³²v1growcrecerCa'na' na ya'a̱nj rihaan chumii̱ tza̱j ne̱ taj 'o̱ quij síj cachij rihaanna ya'a̱nj m'.The flood came to the world, but there wasn't any mountain that was able to grow more than the flood. Copala T 2.1c-2riselevantarse5.2.3.3.4LeavenLevadurac-tucuachijraise (children), rear
achij quijachij³² quij³²vgrow up wild, like savagescrecer como salvajesVej ma'an se cachij quij n' ne̱.We just grow up like savages.Nada mas crecimos como meros salvajes.Nana̱ na 30.4c-
achíj rádial. var. ofaxríj rárealize
achin'achin'³vburyenterrarQuii cachin' nii man yuvii̱ cavi' Yesterday they buried the person that diedAyer enterraron la persona que murio7.3.2.6Put inMeter7.3.7CoverCubrir2.6.6.5BurySepultarc-
achrááachraa⁵vsingcantarAchráá nij xtaj. The birds sing. Los pajaros cantan. 4.2.3.3SingCantarc-
achran'achran'³vbreakromper, quebrarCachran' chruun nacoo̱.The dry tree brokeSe quebró el árbol seco.7.8.1BreakQuebrarc-
achríjachrij⁵v1smearuntarNado' yo' coj a̱zvaa ton va ane̱ 'o̱ lle̱ cachríj maa ne̱. She looked for leaves that looked like blood and smeared herself completely.Ella buscó unas hojas que se veían como sangre y se untó completamente.Legend o 4.27.3.7.3Spread, smearUntar, embarrarc-2put, plantmeter, sembrar, plantarAyaj yu'uj me raj achri̱j agüeé. I am making a hole to plant coffee. Estoy haciendo un hoyo para sembrar café.6.2.4Tend a fieldCuidar un terreno6.2.3Plant a fieldSembrar un terrenoc-axríj1achríj rárealize
achríj ráachrij⁵ ra⁴v1suspectsospecharAchríj r tanuu so̱' tume cacun' The police suspect that you are guilty.La policia sospecha que tu eres culpable.Niháᶇj me cutaj ico̠ dolares tzaj ne̠ vaa o síí cata'a 'u̠n' dolares si'yaj achríj ráj Juán cata'a man yo'.I put twenty dollars here, but someone took five from me, and I suspect that John took it.Aquí puse veinte dolares, pero alguien me tomó cinco dolares y sospecho que Juán los tomó.9.4.4.6.1Think soCreo que sí3.2.5.3DoubtDudac-2realize, noticedarse cuentaA3.2.2.6RealizeDarse cuentac-achríjsmear put, plantrá2part (particle with verbs of emotion)
achríj ya'andial. var. ofaxríj ya'anput in fire