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'anj'anj³²vtgoirCa'anj nga Ca'aj chraá ga̱ gaa rumi' chumii a. The old woman went to the river when the world was dark.La viejita Ca'aj fue al río cuando el mundo estaba oscuro.El sol y 1.1 “Ca'a̱nj soj yo' ne̱ 'o̱ lle̱ cutu̱n' soj ve' tocuá xcua'án' Ca'ajne̱. “Go there and completely pulverize the house, the house of our Grandmother Ca'aj.” “Vayan Uds. allá y trituren completamente la casa, la casa de la abuela Ca'aj.” Legend o 1.3ca-'anj cunu̱u̱sink'anj naj'anj ni'ya̱disappear get lost'a̱nj ni̱j'anj rábe stunned'anj xcajfetch'anj yaníjmove to the side; go to a different placeanó tucunj yo̱otucua'anjput in
'anj chaca̱jdial. var. of'anj xcajfetch
'anj cunu̱u̱'anj³² cunuu¹vsinkhundirseQuisíj va'nu̱j quiri' rihoo va̱j 'u̱nj rihaan na ya'a̱nj, ne̱ ca'anj cunu̱u̱ rihoo yo' rque na ya'a̱nj...Three times I got a boat and traveled on the sea and the boat sank into the water. Tres veces estuve en naufragios2CO 11:25cca-'anjgocunu̱u̱deep
'anj najvlie downecharse 'anj quinaj nij scúj.The bulls lay down.Se echaron los toros. 1.6.4.1Animal movementMovimiento animalca-'anjgo
'anj ni'ya̱'anj³² ni'ya²v1disappeardesaparecerGa̱a ne̱ quix'núj ma'a̱n ta'yaa yo', ne̱ curiha̱nj ro̱j so', ne̱ cachén ro̱j so' 'o̱ scúj call, ga̱a ne̱ ca'anj ni'ya̱ se mo̱z Diose̱ yo' rihaan Pedró a.It opened for them by itself, and they went through it. When they had walked the length of one street, suddenly the angel left him. ACT 12:10b7.6HideEsconder2.3.1.5.1AppearAparecerca-2get lostperderseCa'anj ni'ya̱ se sa'anj 'u̱nj.My money was lostMi dinero se perdióca-'anjgoni'ya̱
'a̱nj ni̱jvbe in dangerestar en peligro'anjgo
'anj rá'anj³² ra⁴vbe stunnedestar sorprendido'o̱ lle̱ ca'anj ráj ga̱a quene'ej man snd.I am stunned to see the president.Estoy sorprendido al ver al presidente.psychPsychological predicateca-'anjgorá2 2(particle with verbs of emotion)rá2part (particle with verbs of emotion)
'anj xcaj'anj³² xcaj³²vtfetchtraerGa̱a ne̱ vaj xcua'án' Ca'aj chráá ca'anj xcaj yo' na rá ne̱. Then our Grandmother Ca'aj went to the river intending to fetch water.Entonces la abuela Ca'aj fue al río y pensaba traer agua.Legend o 2.27.4.3GetObtenerca-'anjgoxcaj2buy, go get'anj chaca̱j
'anj yaníj'anj³² yanij⁵vmove to the side; go to a different placehacerse a un lado; mover a un ladoNi sa̱' a'mii ssj ne̱ 'anj yaníj nij yuvii̱ rihaan ssíj.The leader doesn't speak honestly and the people have moved away from him.El lider no habla con rectitud y las personas se han dispersado .Nda̱a vi̱j ca'mi̱i̱ so̱' rihaan so', ne̱ sese se̱ ca'vej r so' cuno̱ so', ne̱ ca'a̱nj yaníj so̱' rihaan so' ei. speak to him up to two times and he is not willing to hear, then separate yourself from him.and then warn them a second time. After that, have nothing to do with them.TIT 3:10b7.2MoveMoverseca-'anjgoyaníjapart, from another place foreign
'e̱e̱1'ee¹vlove, respect, esteem (with rá)estimar, cuidar, querer
'e̱e̱2'ee¹adjheavypesado'e̱e̱ ndo'o yuvej.The rock is very heavy.La piedra es muy pesada.8.2.9Weigh8.2.9.1HeavyPesado'i̱i̱
'e̱e̱ rá'ee¹ ra⁴adj1take care of (e.g. a problem)cuidar'e̱e̱ ndo'o ráj si'yáj telefonó.I take good care of my telephone.Cuido mucho mi teléfono.This is normally used in the continuative with no preceding word. However, potential and completive forms require the verb uun.2love, esteemamar, apreciarGa̱a̱ 'e̱e̱ rá nij soj man nij yuvii̱ ase 'e̱e̱ rá nij soj man ma'a̱n nij soj.You must love others as you love yourselves.deben de querer a las personas como ustedes se quieren a si mismos.Nana̱ na 76.3che' se ca'na' nana̱ rihaan rój se vaa amán r soj ni'ya̱j soj man Jesucristó ne̱ 'e̱e̱ r soj ne'en soj cunuda̱nj yo' nij síí sa̱' noco̱' man Diose̱ a. because we have heard of your faith in Christ Jesus and of the love you have for all God’s people—COL 1:4'U̱nj 'e̠e̠ ndo'o rá man so̱' che'é da̱n narquéj chrej sa̱' man so̱'.I care a lot for you, and so I give you good advice.Yo te aprecio mucho, por eso te doy buenos consejos.psychPsychological predicate
'i̱i̱dial. var. of'e̱e̱2heavy
'na''na'³1vicomevenirCa'anj tiguíj so̱' na ca'na' so̱'.Go get water and come back.So̱' ataj rihaanj quíí se̱ ca'na' qui'yaj suun cuan'.You told me yesterday that you would not come to work today.Ca'na' tanuu yuve̱ cachíín xná'anj se chuvi̱i so̱'.The detective came to ask your name.Me che'e̱ ni ca'na' so̱' 'no̱' guii 'no' ca'na' ne̱ nda̱a yaj 'na' so̱'.Why didn't you come the other days up to now?ca-2vcome and venir a3vbegin toempezar'Na' cane̱ nato.The plantain is beginning to ripen.El platano empieza madurarcfcuva̱'
'na' na nacuajvupstreamcontra corrienteSe̠ guun rá ní' go' ní' xtáj rej ñan 'na' na nacuaj.One cannot swim against the current.No hay que nadar en contra de la corriente1.3.1.3RiverRío
'na̱j'naj¹v1be callednombrado, llamadoNe'en soj me xcuu cu'na̱j xtaa na'.Do you know which animal is called the eagle?Saben ustedes cuál animal se llama águila?The Eagl 2.12namedllamadotucu'nájcall (s.o.) by a name
'ne̱''ne'¹adjsaltysaladoChá 'ne̱' ndo'o yo'.It tastes very salty.Sabe muy salado. 5.2.3.3.2SaltSal
'nij'nij³²1vtwearcalzar, llevar'Nij ra'a Juán nuj guanté.Juan is wearing gloves.Juan lleva guantes.Me canu̱j 'nij tacoó so̱' cuana̱ ga̱.What kind of shoes are you wearing now?Qué tipo de zapatos llevas puesto ahora?Juán 'nij catuu̱n marque̱. Juan is wearing a sash. Juan lleva puesto un ceñidor.This verb is primarily used with clothing that is worn tight on the body, such as gloves, shoes, and belts. The subject must be a body part and the object is the item of clothing.Este verbo se usa primaramente con ropa apretada, como por ejemplo guantes, zapatos, y cinturones. El sujeto es una parte del cuerpo y el objeto es la prenda.5.3.7Wear clothingUsar prendas de vestir2V-ppbe inside, be stuck insideestar metido, estar adentro'Nij yuv rque nihaa chra̱a.There is a hair in the chilaquiles.Hay un cabello en el plato de chilaquiles.This verb is used when there is tight contact between the subject and the container.Este verbo se usa cuando hay contacto ajustado entre el sujeto y el contenedor.3vbe amongestar entre... ta'a̱j síí rmi̱i̱ 'nij sca'núj soj ne̱ nij so' me se na'vej rá nij so' qui'ya̱j suun nij so'... some among you are idle and refuse to work....entre ustedes hay algunos que andan de vagos, sin trabajar en nada,2TH 3:11cfnuutáánacutáj'nij ra'ahave in the hand be in charge of'nij tu'vacarry in the mouth
'nij ra'a'nij³² ra'a³v1have in the handagarrar'nij ra'a xnii sa'anj a.The boy is holding the money in his hand.El muchacho agarra el dinero.Holl. 1992:258.2be in charge ofestar a cargo de algoMe chana̱ 'nij ra'a nij xruj nihánj ga̱.Which woman was in charge of the pots?Cuál mujer estaba encargado de las ollas?'nijwear be inside be amongra'a 1hand, fingercfnuu ra'a
'nij tu'va'nij³² tu'va³vcarry in the mouthtener en la boca'Nij tuva’ chuvee xcuaa̱nj maa nij chuvee lee̱j.The mother dog carries the puppies in her mouth.La madre perra lleva los cachorros en la boca.7.3.1CarryAcarrear2.1.1.4Mouth'nijwear be inside be amongtu'va1mouth; rim
'nij xcóóvpush, support with the shoulderapoyar con el hombroQui'nij xcóó so̠' do̠j cavee ne̠ ca'anj co'oj do̠j na na'?Can you hold the beam on your shoulder so that I can go drink some water?Puedes apoyar la viga con el hombro para que vaya a tomar un poco de agua?7.3.4.6SupportSostener
'no̱' guii'no'¹ guii³advevery day; the other daycada dia; el otro diaMe che'e̱ ni ca'na' so̱' 'no̱' guii 'no' ca'na' ne̱ nda̱a yaj 'na' so'̱.Why didn't you come the other days up to now?'no̱' guii ga̱a nadoj man so̱' me rej vaa so̱' ga̱.When I was looking for you every day, where were you?
'nuúOlder tone spelling'núúcorn
'núú'nuu⁵ncornmaízAta̱ so̱' do̱ nanj 'núúCarry the sack of corn for a whileThis refers to the dried ear of corn with the leavesEsta palabra se usa para la mazorca con las hojas.5.2.3.1.1Food from seedsAlimentos procedentes de semillas6.2.1.1.3Growing maizeCultivo maízCornMaizCorn (all things connected)Maiz6.2.6Process harvestProcesar la cosecha1.5.3Grass, herb, vineCésped/pasto, hierba, enredaderacftan'