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tocui̱jto³cuij¹nfinal agreement for a traditional weddingacuerdo final para un matrimonio tradicionalTraditionally, there are three trips to the house of the woman's family to come to an agreement for a marriage. The third and final trip is called tocui̱j.
todo̱'na littleun poco
tonton³²nbloodsangre2.2.5Bleed, bloodSangrar, sangrechi'ii̱ tandysentery
too1too³²nmilkleche5.2.3.2.2Milk productsProductos lácteos
too2too³²ngrinding stonemetate5.2.1.3Cooking utensil
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too̱too³¹sapsavia5.2.3.2.2Milk productsProductos lácteos
too burránmilk (from a burro)leche (de burra)Used for whooping coughSe usa para tosferina6.3.3MilkOrdeñar
too cachijcottage cheese, butterfatnata, requesón5.2.3.2.2Milk productsProductos lácteos
too tananmilk (from a goat)leche (de cabra)5.2.3.2.2Milk productsProductos lácteos
torótoro⁴nbulltoro6.3.1.1CattleGanado1.6.1.1MammalMamífero
trigótrigo⁴nwheattrigo
tsejtsej³nclothesropaCota' so̱' tsej rihaan naán ga̱ ne̱ nacoo̱ tsejPut the clothes in the sun so that they will dryPon la ropa en el sol para que se seque.tzej ma̱njcoat
tsiitsii³nbreast, teatpecho, tetaNeej utsii tsiiThe baby is nursing.El bebé está mamando.2.1.8.4Female organsÓrganos femeninos
tu-v > vcausativecausativotanaca̱jturn over, do a pirouettetarnópaint, dye (hair) tucu'nájcall (s.o.) by a nametucua'anjput intucua'ñánjcare fortucuachépasstucuachijraise (children), reartucuachran'breaktucuachriintucuanewash (another person)tucuaneedemolishtucuayuudump pour out cause to fall (by shaking, hitting)tunucajornament music
tu'naatu'naa³²vito itchdar comezónTáj tuváj raj suun ne̱ tu'naa ndo'o raj. I think that I have dandruff because my head itches. Creo que tengo caspa porque me come la cabeza.2.3.5Sense of touchSentido del tacto
tu'va1tu'va³nmouth; rimbocaMe seni' tu'va so̱' ga̱.What do you have in your mouth?Qué tienes en la boca? Ninaya̱j scaa rnd vaa nichraa̱ guee̱ tu'va scaa.The liquor bottle was not emptied; it is full up to the the rim.ne̱ nariha̱njuún xo' rej tu'va̱ chucuaáa. ... and again it came out of its mouth.... y salió otra vez de su boca.Holl 77 (2) 11.32.1.1.4Mouth'nij tu'vacarry in the mouthdínj tu'vabe silentata' tu'vapromisenuj tu'valipxcaj tu'vataste (food)
tu'va2tu'va³vsaydecir¿Ne'e soj me che'e̱ tu'vaj daj na'. Do you know why I say this? ¿Saben por qué digo esto? Nana̱ na 66.1
tu'va3tu'va³nedge oforilla deTu'va chuman' Yacue̱j, guun che'e̱ Juán cachéé taco̱j Juánnamán Juánnda̱aNgaj. Juan started walking from the edge of Oaxaca until he arrived at PutlaDesde la orilla de la cuidad de Oaxaca Juan empezo a caminar hasta llegar a Putla
tu'va rma'a̱nnmeaningless talk
tu'vetu've³naunttiakinkintu'vi
tu'vee1tu'vee³vcry; sing (of some birds), squawkchillarTu'veextu'víj táá rá chruun.The fast pigeon is crying on top of the tree.Tumé so̱' cacun'che'e̱ dan tu'v so̱'na'.Are you guilty? Is that why you are crying?Some birds make a sound that is described in Triqui as tu'vee3 'crying', while other birds make a sound that is described as achraa5 'sing'.
tu'vee2nprice ofprecio de
tu'vejtu'vej³²nthread ofhilo de
tu'véjtu'vej⁵vtsellvenderne̱ cutu'véj ro̱j ni̱ca̱ ro̱j so' 'o̱ yo'óó, they two (spouses) sold a piece of land.ACT 5:1síí tu'véj
tu'vidial. var. oftu'veaunt