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ta̱' asuunta'¹ azuun³²adv1approximatelymas o menosDan me se aga' va'nu̱j rej ca'anj güii ta̱' asuun me se naqui'yaa ranga̱' yo'o̱ se mo̱z Diose̱ rihaan so', One day at about three in the afternoon he had a vision. He distinctly saw an angel of God, ACT 10:3ne̱ güii yo' me se canoco' naca̱ va'nu̱j míj yuvii̱ man Jesucrist ta̱' asuuna. ... and about three thousand were added to their number that day.ACT 2:41ne̱ canoco' 'o̱ ca'a̱nj cient yuvii̱ xc so' ta̱' asuun a. ...and about four hundred men rallied to him. ACT 5:36a2probablyprobablemente
ta'aata'aa³²vcatch; takeagarrar, coger “Cuchi̱' asno ro' ca̱ta'aa lij rihaan, nuva̱' ne̱, nuva̱' xcuáá rca̱j”. “He who arrives first will take the right, the right eye of the dragon.”“Él que llegue primero tomará el ojo derecho, el ojo derecho del dragón.Legend o 1.4Dan me cata'aa ro̱j maa… cuta' ro̱j ra'nga'. They caught him and set a trap. Lo cogieron y pusieron una trampa. Legend o 2.1Ne̱ dan me se ya̱ ya̱ guun so' síí racuíj man nij síí qui̱ta'aa man JesucristAnd truly, he became the one who helped the ones who took JesusACT 1:16c7.2.6.1Catch, captureca-
ta'a̱j1ta'aj²npart, half, some ofparte, mitadDan me se nata' nii che' so' rihaan nij yuvii̱ yaníj yuvii̱ ne noco' sena̱na̱ Diose̱, ne̱ cuchumán r ta'a̱j nij so' quene'en nij so' man so' a. And they explained about him to the Gentiles who did not follow the word of God and some of them believed in him.1TI 3:16eta'a̱j yuvii̱some of the peopleHoll. sketch p2728.1.6.1PartParteda'aj
ta'a̱j2ta'aj²qhalfmitadTa'a̱j lextonénuu rque scaaHalf the ribbon is in the basket
ta'a̱j3adjyoung
ta'lúúalgaealga1.5.4Moss, fungus, algaeMusgo, hongos, algachi'ii̠ ta'lúú
ta'maa̱nta'maan³¹nthigh, upper legmuslo, piernaMe se 'nij snú' tu'maa̱n so̱' ga̱.What do you have between your knees?ta'manjmy upper legmi pierna2.1.3.2LegPierna
ta'najta'naj³²n1scarecrowespantapajarosCachrón so̱' ta'naj rquenaa̱.Put scarecrows in the cornfield.Pon espantapajaros en la milpa6.2.4Tend a fieldCuidar un terreno2ghost, witchfantasmaMe che'é guun tintá xcóó so̱' ga̱? Ase' cutaan ta'naj xcóó so̱' xee?Why has your arm turned blue? Maybe a witch sucked it?Por qué tienes moretóns en el brazo? A lo mejor te chupó la bruja?chana̱ ta'najwitchchii ta'najwitch
ta'nga'1ta'nga'³n1footprint, trace, brandhuella, seña, marcagane̱ se̱ squinája 'o̱ se ta'nga̱' ní' rihaan nij ta'níí ní' ga̱ nij ta'nij x'no̱ ní' ca'anj chrej rihaan vaa.thus we won't leave any trace for our descendants in the futureentonces no dejaremos ninguna huella para nuestros descendientes.Nana̱ na 60.12circumcisioncircuncisiónrii ta'nga'be in charge ofxcaj ta'nga'measure, weigh
ta'nga'2vdistribute, divide and sharedistribuir, repartir
ta'nga̱'ta'nga'²nsmall partmenudoNi' 'o̠ yuvi̠i̠ ta'nga̠' tiha̠' rá ca'mii me so'. He is not one of those people who like to talk a lot. Él es una persona que no habla mucho. Ni síí cavi̠i̠ ta'nga̠' raa̠ me nij soj na'?Aren't you intelligent people?Ustedes no son personas inteligentes?
ta'niíOlder tone spellingta'nííson, daughter child
ta'nííta'nii⁵n1son, daughterhijo, hija4.1.9.1.4Son, daughterHijo, hija2childta'níí JuánJuan's childÑáán nij ta'níí=j ga̱ 'u̱nj.My children live with me.'Yaj cono'ó Juán ta'níí so'.Juan cured his children.ta'nijta'nij chana̱daughter
ta'nijdial. var. ofta'nííson, daughter childta'nij si'no̱grandchildgrandchildta'nij sno̱'osonson
ta'ni̠jOlder tone spellingta'nííson, daughter child
ta'nij chana̱ta'nij³ cha³na¹ndaughterhijata'nííson, daughter childchana̱woman
ta'no'dial. var. ofta'nu'uncle
ta'nu'ta'nu'³nuncletío4.1.9.1.6Uncle, auntTío, tíata'no'der.ta'nujmy uncle; vocative for a respected older man
ta'nujta'nuj³nmy uncle; vocative for a respected older manmi tíokinkinder. ofta'nu'uncle
ta'veeta'vee³vcryllorar3.5.6.5Cry, tear2.1.1.1Eye
ta'vijta'vij³adjeasyfacilTa'vij vaa xna'ánj xlSpanish is easyEspañol es facil.ni se̱ gu̱un rá nij se̱; suun ta'vij me suun guun ssij mene̱Let us not think that it is an easy responsibilitynosotros no pensamos que es un cargo fácilNana̱ na 74.16.1.3.1Easy, possibleFácil, posible
ta'yaadial. var. ofti'yaadoor