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x'naax'naa³²nfaminehambrunaDa navij sañuun ne̱ 'na̱' dió x'naa. The war has just ended and the famine is starting. Apenas terminó la guerra y empieza la hambruna. 4.4.2TroubleProblema6.2.5.2Crop failurePérdida de una cosecha4.4.2.4DisasterDesastre
x'nááx'naa⁴ncalf, back of the legpantorrillaAvii ndo'o ya'aa maree̱ x'naj. The varicose veins in my calf are showing a lot. Me están brotando mucho las várices en mi pantorrilla.2.1.3.2LegPierna
x'ne'1x'ne'³ngroupgrupoOrún' síí chiha̱nj me rúnj tza̱j ne̱ naguun rúnj va'nu̱j x'ne' síí a'mii se xna'a̱nj ma'an. We are from the same town but we have become three groups that speak our own language. Somos del mismo pueblo, pero nos convertimos en tres grupos que hablan su propia lengua.
x'ne'2x'ne'³vbe cutestar cortadoA̱j cavi' Juan, ne̱ x'ne' chiháJuan, qui'yája. “I beheaded John. I already caused John to die and his neck to be cut.LUK 9:9b
x'néjx'nej⁵vbe cleanestar limpio
x'nújx'nuj⁵v1be openabrirse¿Me or x'núj ga̱.When does it open?¿A qué horas abren?2clear upaclararseVe'é ndo'o x'núj cuan'.It is a nice day today.Está haciendo un buen día hoy.
x'nu̱jx'nuj¹advon the sidea un ladoTi̱guíj soj nanj rque na rej x'nu̱j rihoo rej nuva̱' rihoo, ne̱ quiri̱' soj xcuaj ei“Throw your net on the right side of the boat and you will find some fish.” JHN 21:6b'O̱ se nicu̱n' so' rej x'nu̱j, ne̱ se̱ ca'vee na̱xruj, qui'ya̱j so' ma'. Because he is at my right hand, I will not be shaken. ACT 2:25bAlways preceded by rej in the corpus.cfx'núú
x'núúx'nuu⁵1prepbesidelado deNiga̱nj achráá nij xtaj x'núú tucuaj . Birds always sing beside my house. Los pájaros siempre trinan alrededor de mi casa. 9.2.4Prepositions, postpositionsPreposiciones, postposiciones2nsidecfx'nu̱j
xa̱'lla'¹advreallyverdaderamente, de verasya
xa̱a̱nzhaan¹numelevenonce8.1.1.1Cardinal numbersNúmeros cardinaleschiha̱a̱n
xajxaj³²1adjtricky, deceitfulengañoso, tramposo, mañosoSíí xaj ndo'o me nij itu̱u̱. The theives are very deceitful. Los ladrones son muy mañosos. 2nmagicmagiamaña
xanxanadjgood, tastybueno, sabrosoXan' chaaneeaThe meat is tasty
xana̱dial. var. ofchana̱woman
xcaa1xcaa³n1Santa Maria Yucunicoco2Mixtec person
xcaa2xcaa³²ncrowcuervoChéé cochro̱j xcaa. The crow hobbles. El cuervo renguea.1.6.1.2BirdAvechacaa
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xcááxcaa⁵npigmarrano, puerco Quisíj cane xcáá na sa̱', ga̱a ne̱ anica̱j uún xo' natúj xo' rá sigui' a.A sow that is washed returns to her wallowing in the mud.La puerca recién bañada vuelve a revolcarse en el lodo2PE 2:22chacááxcáá quij
xcáá quijnwild pig, javelina, peccaryjabalí6.3.1.4PigCerdoxcáápigquij1bad, savage
xca̱a̱nxcaan¹adj1tallSo' xcaa̱n doj rihaa n Jos.He is taller than Jose.2longlargaXca̱a̱n ndo'o vaa nij cúú ston so̱'You have very long fingernails.Tienes las uñas muy largas.
xcaj1xcaj³²vmarrycasar4.1.7Begin a relationshipInicio de una relación2.6.1MarriageMatrimoniochaca̱j2xcaj tuvi'marry
xcaj2xcaj³²vbuy, go getcomprar, recogerCa'a̱nj xcaj ndo'o rmedió co'o̱ so̱'. I am going to buy various medicines for you to take. Voy a comprar varios medicamentos para que tomes. chaca̱j1'anj xcajfetchxcaj ta'nga'measure, weighxcaj tu'vataste (food)
xcaj … cuentáxcaj³² … cuenta⁴v1realize, learnpensar, reflexionarXcaj 'u̱nj cuent se ca've̱e ca'ánj 'u̱nj. I am going to think about it, if I can go.Voy a pensarlo si podré ir. Che' dan nexcaj núj cuent che' nij rasu̱u̱n ruvi' ni'ya̱j yuvii̱ ma'. That is why we don't learn about the things that are visible to people.2CO 4:18aDan me seuxrxcaj soj cuent, ne̱ uxránari' soj nana̱ sa̱', qui'yaj Diose̱, And God has caused you to realize much and to learn good words.1CO 1:5bTza̱j ne̱ xcaj no' cuent se vaaa̱j nari' no' ne'ej qui'yaj nimán Diose̱ a.But she learned that the Holy Spirit had caused that she have a baby.Matthew 1.5Xcáj 'u̱nj cuentá se ca've̱e qui'ya̱j suun rcua'a̱a̱n ní'.I am going to think carefully about whether we can work together.Voy a pensarlo bien si podremos trabajar juntos.The subject of the sentence comes between the two parts of this verb. When the complement is 'about (something)' the preposition is usually che'é. When the complement is a clause it may be introduced in a few ways; the most common are are ne̱ 'and', se vaa 'that', 2acknowledgeadmitirne̱ xca̱j so' cuent se vaa nana̱ nihánj nana̱ cachrón 'u̱nj che' soj ro', nana̱ cataj xna'anj ma'a̱n síí 'ni̱j ra'a man n' rihaan n' me nana̱ nihánj a. ... then he will acknowledge that these words, the words that I am writing for you all are the words that our Lord promised us.1CO 14:373be surprised that4notice
xcaj ta'nga'xcaj ³² ta'nga'³vmeasure, weighmedir, pesarCa'na' nij síí man tucuá suun ne̱ xcaj ta'nga' nij so' me daj caxra̱' to'o̱j. The authorities came to measure the dimensions of my land. Vinieron las autoridades a medir mi terreno para ver la dimensión. xcaj2buy, go getta'nga'1footprint, trace, brand circumcision
xcaj tu'vaxcaj³² tu'va³vtaste (food)probar (comida)Xcaj tu'va so̱' da̱j chá nihaa nihánj.Try this soup to see how it tastes.Prueba esta sopa a qué sabe. xcaj2buy, go gettu'va1mouth; rim
xcaj tuvi'xcaj³² tuvi'³vmarrycasarse conXcaj tuvi' Juan ga̱ Mariá. Juan and Maria got married. Juan y María se han casado. 4.1.7Begin a relationshipInicio de una relación2.6.1MarriageMatrimonioxcaj1marry tuvi'2recip