Triqui de Copala – Inglés


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taa1dial. var. oftaj1say mean
taa2taa³na flat place, plainllanoTo'ój me yo'óó ta̱acfta̱a
taáOlder tone spellingtáábe in, be on top wear to be in/on the top part
táátaa⁵v1be in, be on topestar en, estar encima deRihoo táá rihaanna ya'a̱nj.The boat is on the sea.El barco está en el mar.Tááne'ee̱ vará rihaan mesá catsi̱i̱The stick is lying crooked on the white tableTáánihaa̱ raa̱ coj.The dew is on the leaf.El rocío está en la hoja.Táá is used when one item is touching the top of another.5.3.7Wear clothingUsar prendas de vestir2wearllevar puestoTáá tsej raa̱ Juán.Juan wears a turban. Juan lleva puesto un turbante. This is used for wearing a turban. The piece of clothing is the subject of the verb and the object is the possessed body part.3to be in/on the top partXnii táá raa̱ chruun.The child is in the top part of the tree.El niño está en la parte mas alto del árbol.Yuvii̱ táá raa̱ quij.The people are on top of the mountain.La gente están encima del cerro.Xnii táá raa̱ chruun.The child is in the top part of the tree.El niño está en la parte mas alto del árbol.cfnuu'nijnacutájtáá ri'ñunjhatetáá ya̱a̱ngo first, go ahead of
ta̱aadjflatplanoTo'ój me yo'óó ta̱aMy land is flatMi terreno es plano.cftaa2
táá chiha̱vcarry on the shoulders?
táá raa̱vcatch on the head/hornscornear, llevar puesto en la cabezaTáá raa̠ scúj man síí ta̠j man xo'.The bull catches the bullfigher on its horns.El toro cornea al torero.'u̠nj táá raa̠ man roto.I have the blanket under my headTengo la cobija en mi cabeza.
táá ri'ñunjtaa⁵ ri'yunj³²vhateodiarpsychPsychological predicatetáábe in, be on top wear to be in/on the top part
táá ya̱a̱ntaa⁵ yaan²vgo first, go ahead ofir primerotáábe in, be on top wear to be in/on the top partyaan2to be first, to be in front
taándial. var. ofxtáánfly
taa̱ntaan³¹combcresta1.6.2.1Parts of a birdPartes de un ave
tacaantacaan³n1uninhabited place, scrublandmonte, tierra sin casas, ladera, loma2mountaintacaan xcóóshoulder
tacaan xcóótacaan³ xcoo⁵nshoulderhombropossessed from is the same2.1.2TorsoTorso/Tronco del cuerpo2.1.3.1ArmBrazotacaanscrublandxcóóshoulder, arm wing
tacanjtacanj³n1foot of (an animal), hoof ofpata de, pezuña de2sandal ofcfcanjcoj tacanj muláplant that makes women sterile when consumedcúú taca̱njhoof of
tacavi'tacavi'³vkillmatar2.6.6.1KillMatarticavi'ticavi̱'ticavi
tachrii̠tachrii³¹n1featherpluma1.6.2.1Parts of a birdPartes de un ave2hair (on the body of the insect)
tachri̠i̠tachrii¹ntasty sabrosoTachri̠i̠ ndo'o chá
tachru̱jtachrunj²adjunopened (of flowers)sin abrir (de flores)yaj tachru̱njunopened flower
tachruutachruu³²nyoung person un joven
tachruu̱tachruu³¹n1bread crumbspolvo de pan Quira̱nj yo'óó tachruu̱ rachrúún ne̱ qui'ya̱j nee̱ albondigá. I am going to buy breadcrumbs to make meatballs. Voy a comprar polvo de pan para hacer albóndigas. 2dustpolvoyo'óó tachruu_dustpolvoyachruu̱
tachru̱u̱tachruu²adjyoung (describing people)joven (para personas)Xnii tachru̱u̱ se snu̱u̱ me so'.He is young and silly.Él es joven y loco.This describes people from teenage years to early thirties
taco̱jtacoj¹npair of (shoes)par de (zapatos)Me daj tu'vee taco̱j canu̱j. How much does the pair of shoes cost? Cuánto cuesta el par de zapatos?
tacóó chruuntacoo⁵ chruun³ntree stumptocónTáá ni̱j xruj xráá tacóó chruun nacoo̱.The pot is upside down on the dry tree stump.der. oftocóófoot, leg step beginning
tacóó ve'cement foundation (of a house)cimiento1.2.2.2RockRoca
tacóó yáán1part of a root that is visible above the groundla parte de un raiz que es visible en el suelo2descendentsdescendientesNaxra' ndo'o tacóó yáá xij ráá xcáá quij.There are a lot of descendents of my grandfather Raa Xcaa Quij.Los descendients de mi abuelo Raa Xcaa Quij se expandieron.