Triqui de Copala – Inglés


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uta' che'éuta'³ che'e⁴vput one's foot onponer el pie sobreUta' che'é Mar xráá ni̱i̱ no'.Maria puts her foot on her mother's back.c-
uta' neuta'³ ne³²vbaptizebautizarc-uta'put (on top of) serve (food), sacrifice (food) put on top
uta' ra'auta'³ ra'a³vtouch; put the hand (on something)tocar, poner la mano Cuta' ra'á so̱' rihaan chruun mesá.Put your hand on the table!Ponga la mano en la mesa!PhrasePhraseThis is used for touching something that is in a horizontal orientation. Contrast ano4 ra'a3.c-uta'put (on top of) serve (food), sacrifice (food) put on topra'ahand, finger branchcfanó ra'a
uta'...cacun'v1blame, suspectculpar3.5.1.8.1BlameCulparc-2criticize, reproachcriticar, reprocar...ne̱ nij síí israelitá cuchumán rá ni'ya̱j man Jesucristó ro', cuta' cacun' xráá so'....and the Jews who believed in Jesus criticized him....y los Judeo que creían en Jesús le reprocharon.ACT 11:2c-uta'put (on top of) serve (food), sacrifice (food) put on topcacun'sin harm, damage blame, guilt
utaanutaan³vsuckchuparUtaan xlúú nichra̱j ton maa Juán.The leech is sucking Juan's bloodLa sanguijuela está chupando la sangre a Juan.1.6.4.2Animal eatingAlimentación animal2.1.1.4Mouthc-
utsiiutsii³v1nurse; suck a breastmamarNeej utsii tsiiThe baby is nursing.c-2nurse (of a baby)mamar5.2.3.2.2Milk productsProductos lácteosc-
utun'utun'³v1pulverizetriturarc-2wastec-cuchri' utun' nee̱
utuu̱utuu³¹vscratchrascarUtuu̱ luu ra'ajThe cat scratched me.Me razguñó el gato.5.4.7Care for the fingernailsc-
uunbecomeuun che'e̱beginbeginuun chijcommand, dominatecommand, dominateuun chre̠e rácurse, wish ill uponuun chrúúnget cooked, barbecuedget cooked, barbecueduun dínjbe peacefulbe peacefuluun ne̱to be exposed as a liarto tell a lieto be willing to go with to be exposed as a liar to tell a lie to be willing to go with uun nucua̱jhave strength, be ablehave strength, be ableuun nucua̱j ráhave faith inhave faith inuun ri̱i̱be abundant, numerousbe abundant, numerousuun taxre̱jget dark (in the evening)get darkuun tuvi'form a groupform a groupuun xco̱jbe enviousbe enviousuun xco̱j rábe enviousbe enviousve' guun chuvi̱i se cha̱kitchenkitchen
uúnuun⁴1adv-postagainotra vezGa̱a ne̱ ca'mii uún síí ca'mii rihaan Pedró, cataj so': Ne̱ sese Diose̱ me síí cataj se vaa cunuu sa̱' 'o̱ rasu̱u̱n, ne̱ se̱ guun cata̱j so̱' se vaa chi'i̱i̱ vaa rasu̱u̱n yo' rihaan so̱' ma' tajuún so' rihaan Pedróa. The voice spoke to him a second time, "Do not call anything impure that God has made clean." ACT 10:15(87) V dan ne̱ ca'anjuún xcua'án' Ca'aj nica̱j chraa cha̱, [ne'é] so̱', nica̱ taja̱'. So our Grandmother Ca'aj went to bring tortilla again for her husband to eat. She spoke. Entonces se fue otra vez la abuela Ca'aj a llevar tortilla para que comiera su esposo. Dijo ella. Legend o 5.12advalsotambienGa̱ane̱ dan me senarii nij so' man vi̱j s'o, ne̱ yo'o̱ so' ro', me síí cu'na̱j José, ne̱ Barsabás cu'na̱juún so', ne̱ Justo tucu'j nii man so' a. 23 So they nominated two men: Joseph called Barsabbas (also known as Justus) and Matthias. ACT 1:23aNe̱ ne'en nimán Diose̱ uún se vaa ya̱ ya̱ vaa nana̱ nihánj, ne̱ rq Diose̱ Nimán Diose̱ rihaan núj si̱juno rihaan Diose̱ a taj nij so' rihaan nij síí uun chij rihaan nij yuvii̱ israelitáa.and so is the Holy Spirit, whom God has given to those who obey him.”ACT 5:32bGa̱ane̱ cavi' so' uún, ga̱ane̱ cunuda̱nj nij yuvii̱ cuno sena̱na̱ so' cha'nuu̱ uúna.He too was killed, and all his followers were scattered. ACT 5:37cda̱nj na̱nj uún ne̱another thing, in addition
uu̱nsp. var. ofu̱u̱n1just
u̱u̱n1uun¹adv-postjustnomás, simplementeTaja̱ 'o̱ guiini xcaj ra̱a̱ ní' me che'e̱ cachij ní' rihaan chumii̱ vaane̱, vej ma'a̱n se cachij xcuuu̱u̱n ní' vaane̱. We never think about why we grew up in this world; we just grew up like animals. Ningún día hemos pensado el porqué crecimos en este mundo; simplemente crecimos en el hábitat animal.Nana̱ na 30.3uu̱n
u̱u̱n2uun²numninenueve
uun che'e̱uun³ che'e¹vbeginempezarNihánj me se ca'mij ga̱ nij soj xnii tucu'yón ne, nij soj daj guun che'e̱ tucu'yon ro'. Here I am going to talk with you students, you who have just begun to study.Aqui voy hablar con ustedes los estudiantes, ustedes que apenas van a estudiar.Address 2:1Asi̱j güii ataa ca'nga̱a̱ so', ne̱ gu̱un che'e̱ Nimán Diose̱ yo'o̱ ca̱yáán nimán Diose̱ ga̱ so' na̱nj á. Even when he is still not born, the Holy Spirit will begin to be continually with him.LUK 1:15cNe̱ nij síí ma̱n chuman' Antioquía me nij síí guun che'e̱ tucu'náj “cristiano” man nij síí tucu'yón se na̱na̱ Jesucristóa. And the ones who lived at Antioch were the ones who began to call the disciples of Jesus "Christians".The disciples were called Christians first at Antioch. ACT 11:26cDan me se cachrón nij so' nana̱ cataj xna'anj nij síí quene'en cunuda̱nj se vaa qui'yaj Jesucristóasi̱j guun che'e̱ so' cayáán so' rihaan chumii̱ nihánj, ne̱ nij síí quene'en ro', me síí ata̱ suun nata̱' nana̱ yo' rihaan nu̱' yuvii̱ a. they wrote the words that the ones who saw all that Jesus did since he began to live in this world and the ones who saw, who shared in the work of explaining those words to all the people said.just as they were handed down to us by those who from the first were eyewitnesses and servants of the word.LUK 1:2c-uunbecomeche'é 1sole of the foot
uun chijuun³ chij³²vcommand, dominatemandar, dominarc-uunbecomechi̱jrespected elderly
uun chre̠e rávcurse, wish ill uponmaldecir, desear de lo peorNij síí unu' ga̠ ní' uun chre̠e ndo'o rá ni'yaj man ní'.Our enemies wish us the worst.Nuestros enemigos nos desean de lo peor.uunbecomechre̱ebad
uun chrúúnuun³ chruun⁵vget cooked, barbecuedhacerse barbecoac-uunbecomechrúúnoven box
uun cutzi̱i̱get grey hairser canoso5.4.3.3Dye hair
uun dínjuun³ dinj⁵vbe peacefulestar en paz taja̱ 'ó güii se ca'vee guun dí nj chiháán ní' sena̱nj daj gaa qui'yaj ní' a mado̱nj. there will never be peace in our towns if we keep doing this. no habrá un día que exista la paz en nuestros pueblos, si siempre continuemos haciéndolo.Nana̱ na 48.1 xcúún cunuda̱j ní' racuíj chrejñaan guun dí nj da̱a vaa naj chiháán ní' síí me síí chiha̱n', We Triquis all have the obligation to keep a vigil for peace throughout our territory.Es de todos los Triquis el compromiso de velar por la paz en toda la extensión de nuestro territorio. Nana̱ na 5.1c-uunbecomedínjpeace quiet
uun iti̠jthickenespesar1.2.3.1LiquidLíquido
uun na'a̱jvbe ashamedtener vergüenza...tza̱j ne̱ se̱ guun na'a̱j 'u̱nj daj chiha̱a̱ míj ma'. ...but I will never be ashamed of it....no tengo por qué avergonzarme2CO 10:8cc-
uun ne̱uun³ ne²1vto be exposed as a liarestar expuesto al chisme3.5.1.3.4Expose falsehoodDescubrir el engañoc-2vito tell a liementirUun ne̱ so̱' ni nana̱ yá a'mii so̱'.You are lying, what you say is not true.Estás mintiendo, no dices la verdad.3.5.1.3.2Tell a lieDecir una mentirac-3vto be willing to go with coquetear3.3.2.4WillingDispuesto ac-uunbecomene̱2lying unreliable, not good for
uun nucua̱juun³ nucuaj¹³vhave strength, be abletener fuerza, poderNi gu̱un nucua̱j tinúú Juán go̱' so' ga̱ nij tanuu.Juan's brother cannot fight against the army.El hermano de Juan no logró vencer al ejercito.Síí catzij sañuun me se, sa̱' naxra' sañuun gane̱, se guun nucuaj soj canicun' sañuun qui'yaj soj a mene̱, ...The one who is involved in problems will make them bigger, making it impossible to stop them,...El que se envuelve en problemas, los expande haciendo imposible detenerlos,...Nana̱ na 57.29.4.2.1CanPoderc-uunbecomenucuajstrength, wellness
uun nucua̱j ráuun³ nucuaj¹³ ra⁴vhave faith intener fé en, sentir fortalecidoTza̱j ne̱ vaa va'nu̱j suun sa̱' no̱ xcúún ní' qui'ya̱j ní' cuano̱, ne̱ dan me se gu̱un nucua̱j rá ní' man Diose̱, ne̱ gu̱un ya̱ rá ní' se vaa ya̱ cavi̱i̱ sa̱' ní', ne̱ ga̱a̱ 'e̱e̱ rá ní' tuvi' ní' a. There are three good things that we do now, and they are that we have faith in God, and that we be convinced that things will truly turn out well for us, and that we love our friends and family.1CO 13:13a…ne̱ ca've̱e gu̱un nucua̱j rá soj man nana̱ nihánj nana̱ cata̱j xna'anj 'u̱nj rihaan soja. ... you can have faith in these words that I say to you.podran ustedes sentirse bien si digo estas palabras. I have no command from the Lord, but I give a judgment as one who by the Lord’s mercy is trustworthy.1CO 7:25bGuun nucua̱j ráj ga̱ cunuda̱j nij yuvii̱ racuíj manj.I feel strengthened when all the people support me.Me siento fortalecido cuando todas las personas me apoyaron.Usually followed by the accusative man and a human or divine object.c-uunbecomenucua̱j1powerful, strong healthy powerfully loudly2part (particle with verbs of emotion)
uun ráuun³ ra⁴1ContVwant (to do something)querer (hacer algo), desear'u̱nj guun rá cha̱ rachrúún.I wanted to eat bread.Yo deseaba comer pan.Uun rá in this sense normally precedes a verb in the potential aspect. Este sentido de uun rá precede normalmente un verbo en el aspecto potencial.3.3WantQuererc-2vdo voluntarilyhacer (con voluntad)Cha̱a̱ míj se̱ guun rá nij soj tnij nij soj man nij soj rihaan canee; Never consider lowering yourself into the pitNunca piensen arrojarse al abismo, Nana̱ na 6.2Uun rá in this sense normally precedes a verb in the potential aspect.Este sentido de uun rá precede normalmente un verbo en el aspecto potencial.3.3.2.4WillingDispuesto ac-3vlove, desireamar, tener cariño, desearSe̱ guun rá soj ni̱'yaj soj chumii̱ nihánj do̱', nij rasu̱u̱n ma̱n rihaan chumii̱ nihánj do̱' mei. Do not love the world or anything in the world. (No vean al mundo ni las cosas que hay en el.)1JN 2:15aThis sense of uun ránormally precedes the emotion marker ne'e or ni'yaj.Este sentido de uun ránormalmente precede el marcador de emoción ne'e o ni'yajpsychPsychological predicatec-4vthinkpensar'u̱nj uun rá nana̱ nihánj me tucuáán sa̱'.I think that this is the correct one.Yo pienso que esta opinión es la correcta.c-cfacaj raa̱