Browse Copala Triqui – English


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uun ri̱i̱uun³ rii¹vbe abundant, numerousabundar, aumentar... ne̱ che'é dan guun ri̱i̱ doj nij yuvii̱ noco̱' man so' a. ... and so the people who followed him became more numerous....Y aumentó el número de personas que creyeron en él.ACT 5:14c-uunbecomerii2be many
uun rmi̱i̱ rávbe boredestar aburridoNanój cuentó ga̠ so' tzaj ne̠ taj 'o̠ nana̠ sa̠' a'mii so' ne̠ 'o̠ che'e̠ guun rmi̠i̠ ráj 'yaj so'.I was talking with him, but he didn't say anything good, and so I got bored.Estuvo platicando con él, pero su conversación no era interesante, y por eso me aburrió.3.1.2.1Alertc-
uun sta̱j uun³ staj²vtake as son-in-lawtomar como yernoDan me se guun sta̱j ro̱j so' man síí ca'na' cachíín ta'níí ro̱j so' a.It happened that the one who came and asked became their son-in-law.Thunder 6.14.1.9.2.2In-lawFamilia políticac-
uun taxre̱juun³ taxrej¹vget dark (in the evening)oscurecer, anochecerGuun taxre̱j ne̱ se̱ ca'vee ca'anj nado' nij danj xcuuIt is getting dark and I won't be able to go find my animals.Está oscureciendo y no podré ir a buscar a mis animales.c-uunbecometaxre̱jearly morning, before dawn
uun tuvi'uun³ tuvi'³vform a groupaglomerarse4.2.1.8OrganizationOrganización4.2.1.7Crowd, groupMultitud, grupoc-uunbecometuvi'1friends, family
uun vi̱j rávbe undecided, be of two mindsestar indeciso, tener dudas... me se uun vi̱j rá nij so' ni'ya̱j nij so' man nee̱ yo'... they are of two minds about that meat...1CO 8:7bpsychPsychological predicatec-
uun xco̱jvbe enviousestar envidiosoc-uunbecomexco̱j(part of some phrases meaning 'envy')
uun xco̱j rávbe enviousestar envidiosoc-uunbecomexco̱j(part of some phrases meaning 'envy')2part (particle with verbs of emotion)
uun xno̱vget drunk?5.2.3.7.2Drunkc-
uun ya̱ ráuun³ ya¹³ ra⁴vbe convincedestar convincidoc-
uun yaníjuun³ yanij⁵vseparate fromseperarse deg-
uun yucua̱n'uun³ yucuan'¹v1have time to, have the opportunity totener tiempoNe gu̱un yucua̱n' rej che̱j so' cuna̱nj rej che̱j so' rique lléé má'.His father-in-law didn't have time to run from the clearing.Thunder 26.1c-2hurryapurar Tza̱j ne̱ dan me se guun yucua̱n' yavii quiri' yo' rej nuva̱' chucuaáBut the moon hurried and got the right side of the snake.Pero así es que la luna se apuró y consiguió el del lado derecho de la culebra.Holl 77 (2) 11.6The verb after uun yucua̠n' must have the same aspectc-
uvángrapeuva
uxráuxra⁴adv-post1very much, a lotmuyGa̱a ne̱ ni'ya̱j uxrá Cornelió man se mo̱zó Diose̱ yo'.Then Cornelius stared at the angel Cornelio se quedó mirando al ángelACT 10:4a2muchmucho
uxrújuxruj⁴vcrouch downagacharseChrééuxru̱j tanuu ma' rihaan yo'o.The soldier walks crouching down to the ground.c-
uyanjuyanj³²v1boilhervir1.2.3.3GasGas5.2.1.1Cooking methodsMétodos para cocinarc-2fermentfermentarNot all speakers use the word in this senseHay gente que no usa la palabra con este sentido.c-cfnachejuyanj rábe furious
uyanj ráuyanj³² ra⁴vibe furiousestar furioso3.4.2.3AngryEnojadoc-uyanjboil ferment