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cúú yave̱cuu⁵ yave¹³nhead, skullcabeza, calaveracúú yuve̱2.1.6Bone, jointHueso, articulación2.1.1HeadCabezacúúbone, hornyuvéhair (of the head)
cúú yuva̱a̱nfangcolmilloRuvi' nuu cúú yuva̠a̠ tu'va xcuááThe fangs of the snake are visible.Se le ven los comillos a la víbora.1.6.2.2Parts of a reptilePartes de un reptilcúú 1bone, hornyuva̱a̱ 1fierce, mean, criminal
cúú yuve̱dial. var. ofcúú yave̱head, skull
cuva̱'cuva'²vcome (imper.)ven, vengaCuva̱' so̱' nihánj, ne̱ ti̱haán 'u̱nj rihaan so̱' … “Come, I will show you …"REV 17:1cf'na'
cuvíjcuvij⁵nnighthawktapacaminosChordeiles acutipennis1.6.1.2BirdAve
cuvi̱jcu³vij¹nTuesdaymartes8.4.1.3.1Days of the weekDías de la semana
cuxácuxa⁴n1wooden pinaguja grande alfiler de maderaVaa cux rihaan so̱' cachéj xráá tan' na'.Do you have a shucking instrument?Tienes alguna aguja grande para que yo deshoje?2shucking instrument6.2.1.1.3Growing maizeCultivo maízcúú cuxáinstrument for husking corn
cuxru'cuxru'³nfistpuño2.1.3.1ArmBrazoo' cuxru'fighttanee cuxru'distance between elbow and closed fist
cuxruj nanwell (of water)pozo
cuya'cuya'³ntall grasszacate1.5.3Grass, herb, vineCésped/pasto, hierba, enredadera
cuyújcuyuj⁵nCuyuj (grandmother in Triqui stories)Cuyuj (abuela en cuentos triquis)Xnaa̱ xucua̱'án', Cuyúj naj, ga̱a ne̱ atúj tucuya, chá xo' a.Grandmother Cuyuj had a cornfield, and then the rabbit was going in and eating [it]Abuela Cuyuj tenía una milpa y el conejo estaba entrando y comiendo.The tar 2.1
cuyu̱jcuyuj²npigeon species with white wingstipo de paloma con alas blancasCuyu̱j nado'xlúú riaan yo'.Pigeons look for worms in the dirt.cfcha'a̱an1xtu'víj
cuyuu̱cuyuu³¹narcharcove' cuyuu̱house with archescasa con arcos6.5.2Parts of a buildingPartes de un edificio6.5.2.1WallMuroaga' sera̱ cuyuu̱scythecuyuu̱ tacóóarch of the foot
cuyuu̱ tacóócuyuu³¹ tacoo⁵narch of the footarco del pie2.1.3.2LegPiernatocóófoot, leg step beginningcuyuu̱arch