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snijsnij³adjstupidestupido, tonto
snósno⁴1traditional skirtenaguas, falda tradicionalNuú ndo'o vaa snó nuu chana̱.The woman's skirt is very pretty. Es muy bonita la enagua de la mujer. 2slip (worn under dress)enagua5.3.2Women's clothingRopa para Damas
snó'osno⁵'o³²nmale personpersona masculinaThis word can be used for males of any age; chii is for adult men.Esta palabra se usa para personas masculinas de cualquier edad; chii se usa para adultos.2.6.5Male, femaleMasculino, femenino4.1.2Types of peopleClases de gentesinó'ocfchii
sno̱'osno²'o³²adjmalemasculino
snócojweedsmaleza1.5.2Bush, shrubArbusto, maleza, matorral
snújbetweensca'nújinside, among between
snu̱jadjcrazyloco
snúúsnuu⁵vbe silly, crazy, mad, rabid, high (from drugs)estar loco, rábido, intoxicadochuvee snúúmad dog, rabid dogXnii tachruu se snu̱u̱ me so'.He is young and silly.El es joven y loco.Camé so' nanj snúú ne̠ quisnúú so' 'yaj nanj.He smoked a joint and it made him high.El fumó marijuana y se intoxicó.snuu appears in its low tone form snu̱u̱ because of the preceding se
so'3mSg he, 3rd personro̱j so'two of them3du
so̱'2zo'¹1proyou (sg)tú, usted9.2.3PronounsPronombres2interjyou.know
So̱' ga̱?Zo'¹ ga²?phraseAnd you?Y tú?PhrasePhrase
so'o1zo'o³vbe deafestar sordocfso'o2
so'o2zo'o¹³adjdeaf, inattentivesordo, desatentoSo'o Juán.Juan is deaf.Juan es sordo.cfso'o1xcuáá so'o̱
soco̱o̱so³coo¹nbrother (of a woman)hermano (de mujer)kinkin4.1.9.1.3Brother, sisterHermano, hermanaUsed only as a vocativecfra'vij
sojzoj³proyou (plural)ustedes9.2.3PronounsPronombres
squíísquii⁵ncopal resincopal16. Asno³ squii⁵ caoni'⁴ rique³ llee⁵ ga² ne² caoni'⁴ ya'an³² lleea³² taj³² rej³ chej¹ so'³ rihaan³² soa³²."First we'll throw incense in the clearing, and then we'll set fire to it," he father-in-law said to himThunder 16.1
squíjsquij⁵n1shell, barkcáscaraNuriha̱nj chuchee le'e̱j rque squíj chruj.The chick is coming out of the shell.Ya va a salir el pollito en el cascarón.2scale of a fishescama de pez1.6.2.3Parts of a fishPartes de un pez
squíj canelásquij⁵ canela⁴ncinnamoncanela5.2.3.3.3SpiceEspecia/Condimiento
ssijsij³²nleaderlíder4.5.1Person in authorityPersona con autoridad4.2.1.6ParticipateParticipar
ssin'sin'³vthe ground is cracked, dryestar roto, romperseQuisin' cotoó nuj.The shirt I'm wearing is torn.La camisa que llevo se me rompió.1.1.3.8DroughtSequía
sta'que̱e̱nurine, scent marking (of animals)orin (de unos animales)
stajstaj³²nson-in-law ofyerno de4.1.9.2.2In-lawFamilia política
stan'near of corn ofmazorca deCornMaizCorn (all things connected)Maiz1.5.3Grass, herb, vineCésped/pasto, hierba, enredadera
stonston³prep1finger ofdedo destonjmy fingermi dedo9.2.4Prepositions, postpositionsPreposiciones, postposiciones2.1.3.3Finger, toeDedos de la mano/del pie2tone̱ caxríj nij so' sa'anj yo' ston nij apóstol cune' Jesucristó man nata̱' se na̱na̱ so' rihaan yuvii̱ a. ...and they gave the money to the apostles.ACT 4:35aThis is the preposition typically used with the verb axríj 'put, give'9.2.4Prepositions, postpositionsPreposiciones, postposicionesston tocóótoe
ston tocóóston³ tocoo⁵ntoededo del pie2.1.3.2LegPiernastonfinger of totocóófoot, leg step beginning