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na̱nj3nanj²advalwayssiempreNa̱nj daj 'yaj xniinihánj niuno rihaan rej yo'. This child always does this and does not obey his father. Este niño siempre hace esto no obedece a su papá.
ñanjyanj³n1paperpapel2booklibroCaráán so̱' xráá danj so̱' yanj libró.You covered your book.Lapeseró táá xráá yanj libró.The ballpoint pen is on top of the book.possessed form is danj33studiesestudiosñanj libróbookñanj tinanga'tucu'ñón ñanjstudent
ñánjyanj⁵nwaxceraXtaan me 'o nij xcúú ri̱i̱ ñánj. Bees are one of the animals that make wax. Las avejas es uno de los animalitos que producen cera.
nanj coj no̱cigarcigarro, puro (con hoja de totomosle)5.2.4TobaccoTabaco
nanj snu̱jjoint (of marijuana)churro, toque (de marijuana)3.1.2.1Alert
nanj ya'nanj³ ya'³n1bag made of maguey fibercostal de ixtle2sack (made of ixtle)costal5.2.1.4Food storageAlmacenamiento de alimentos
nanónano⁴v1talkhablarnanó nij yuvii_ cuentóThe people talkedLas personas están platicando2think sadly (with ra4)pensar tristemente3tellcontar, relatarnanó rábe sad be thinking about
nanó xre̱jvlisten?
nano'dial. var. ofnado'look for
nano̱'dial. var. ofnado'look for
nañónnayon⁴v1to be in estar adentro de Nañón na rá xnéé 'yaj ne̱ na'nu̱j ní'.The ravine has water in it and we are going to survive. La zanja ya tiene agua y vamos a sobrevivir. Lit. The water is in the ravine and we will survive. Lit. El agua está adentro de la zanja y vamos a sobrevivir. 8.5.6Containnañón cuenta2to wear vestirDaj gaa tsej nañón so̱' cuan' ca'anj so̱' cha'anj.What kind of clothes are you going to wear to the party today? Cómo es la ropa que vas a vestir hoy para ir a la fiesta? 3substitutesustituirCavi' sndé ne̱ nañón lenté ñanj rihaan so'. The president died and the vice-presidente replaced him. El presidente falleció y lo sustituye el vice-presidente. With this meaning nañon takes an oblique object preceded by rihaan. The semantic connection seems to be that the subject is in the place of the oblique object.7.5.6SubstituteSubstituir4refine, perfect (an instument), to tuneafinar (un instrumento)Nañón sa̱' ya'aa rihaan ya'án. The guitar is tuned very well.La guitarra está bien afinada. 5appearaparecer
nañón nayon⁴v1substitutesustituirCavi' sndé ne̱ nañón lenté ñanj rihaan so'. The president died and the vice-presidente replaced him. El presidente falleció y lo sustituye el vice-presidente. With this meaning nañon takes an object. 2to wear vestirDaj gaa tsej nañón so̱' cuan' ca'anj so̱' cha'anj.What kind of clothes are you going to wear to the party today? Cómo es la ropa que vas a vestir hoy para ir a la fiesta? 5.3.7Wear clothingUsar prendas de vestir3refine, perfect (an instument), to tuneafinar (un instrumento)Nañón sa̱' ya'aa rihaan ya'án. The guitar is tuned very well.La guitarra está bien afinada. 4to be in estar adentro de Nañón na rá xnéé 'yaj ne̱ na'nu̱j ní'.The ravine has water in it and we are going to survive. La zanja ya tiene agua y vamos a sobrevivir. Lit. The water is in the ravine and we will survive. Lit. El agua está adentro de la zanja y vamos a sobrevivir.
nañón cuentanayon⁴ cuenta⁴vbe settledestar a mano, estar soldado (de una deuda, puesta) Qui'yaj ndo'o so̠' cacun' man nij yuvii nique̠, ya ga̠a quinij so̠' taga' nayón cuenta che'e̠ cunuda̠j. You did a lot of harm to poor people, so now that you have landed in jail, the debt is settled.Hicistes mucho daño a la gente humilde, ahora que caiste en la carcel, la cuenta está saldada.nañón 1to be in
nanuj rádial. var. ofna'nuj ráremember
nanuunanuu³²vget dressedponer ropa…ne̱ nanuû so' se‑co̱toó so', ne̱ ca'anj cane̱ uún so' rej …...he put on his clothes and returned to his place. JHN 13:12a
nanuûOlder tone spellingnanuuget dressed
nanuu ránanuu³² ra⁴vwake updespertarseNanuu rájaga' ca'a̱nj taa yanééne̱ atu 'u̱nj ya̱j sunjaga' 'un'. I wake up at 4:30 and I go to work at 5:00. Me despierto a las 4:30 y entro a trabajar a las 5:00. 5.7.3Wake upDepertarsenanuû rá
nanuû rásp. var. ofnanuu ráwake up
naqui'yaa naqui'yaa³vappear in a visionaparecer en una visionDan me seaga' va'nu̱j rej ca'anj güii ta̱' asuun me senaqui'yaa ranga̱' yo'o̱ se mo̱zó Diose̱ rihaan so'.One day at about three in the afternoon an angel of God appeared in a vision to him. ACT 10:32.5.6.6Vision, hallucinationVisión, alucinación2.3.1.5.1AppearAparecerø
naqui'yajnaqui'yaj³vmakehacerNe̱ gu̱un nucua̱j ro̱j so' naqui'ya̱j ro̱j so' ton man naa. and they have power to turn the waters into blood and to strike the earth with every kind of plague as often as they want. REV 11:6bnaqui'yaj chre̱'catch, gather
naqui'yaj chre̱'naqui'yaj³ chre'²vcatch, gatherrecogerNaqui'yaj chre̱' ' sa'a̱nj cavii rihaan yu'vee.Let's collect the money that came from the taxes in the market. Juntemos el dinero que salió de los impuestos en el mercado. 7.5.1GatherJuntar7.3.1.2CatchAtraparnaqui'yajmakechre̱'short togetherchre̱'short together
naqui'yaj cu̱uvteachenseñar
naraanaraa³1vtfill, refill, stuffllenar, rellenarCa've̠e nara̠a so̠' do̠j na co'oj na'?Could you pour me more water to drink?Podras llenar me más agua para tomar?7.3.2.6Put inMeterø2overflowdesbordarseNaraa na rá chráá ne̠ 'o̠ che'e̠ catúj ni'yo̠j rque chuman'.The river overflowed and went in and flooded the town.El rio se desbordó y inundó el pueblo.1.3.1.3RiverRío