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'anj najvlie downecharse 'anj quinaj nij scúj.The bulls lay down.Se echaron los toros. 1.6.4.1Animal movementMovimiento animalca-'anjgo

'na''na'³1vicomevenirCa'anj tiguíj so̱' na ca'na' so̱'.Go get water and come back.So̱' ataj rihaanj quíí se̱ ca'na' qui'yaj suun cuan'.You told me yesterday that you would not come to work today.Ca'na' tanuu yuve̱ cachíín x'anj se chuvi̱i so̱'.The detective came to ask your name.Me che'e̱ ni ca'na' so̱' 'no̱' guii 'no' ca'na' ne̱ nda̱a yaj 'na' so̱'.Why didn't you come the other days up to now?ca-2vcome and venir a3vbegin toempezar'Na' cane̱ nato.The plantain is beginning to ripen.El platano empieza madurarcfcuva̱'

'na' na nacuajvupstreamcontra corrienteSe̠ guun rá ní' go' ní' xtáj rej ñan 'na' na nacuaj.One cannot swim against the current.No hay que nadar en contra de la corriente1.3.1.3RiverRío

'na̱j'naj¹v1be callednombrado, llamadoNe'en soj me xcuu cu'na̱j xtaa na'.Do you know which animal is called the eagle?Saben ustedes cuál animal se llama águila?The Eagl 2.12namedllamadotucu'nájcall (s.o.) by a name

'yaj ganaán'yaj³ ganaan⁴vtwin, defeat, beatganar, triunfar'Yaj ganaán nij yo' maa xcuáá rca̱j. They beat the dragon.Ganaron el dragón.Legend o 3.4qui-

a'mii natája'mii atájmake speech preach

a'nan'a'nan'³adjsoreadoloridoQuíí ca'anj cunán 'u̱nj ne̱ cuan' nan' cunu̱' manj. Yesterday I went running and today my whole body is sore. Ayer fui a correr y hoy todo mi cuerpo está adolorido. 'nan'

a'nga' naco̱o̱ a'nga'³ nacoo¹vmockburlarse deTaj yuvii ni chuma̱n rá ga̱a ca'mij ne̱ a'nga' naco̱o̱' nii ni'ya̱j nii manj.When I spoke nobody believed me and they mocked me. Cuando hablé nunguna persona me creyó y se burlaron de mi. psychPsychological predicatec-a'nga'laugh

achíín xná'anjachiin⁵ xna⁵'anj³²vaskpreguntarCa'na' tanuu yuve̱ cachíín x'anj se chuvi̱i̱ so̱'.The detective came to ask your name.El detective vino a preguntar por tu nombre.3.5.1.5AskPreguntarc-achíínask forxná'anjask

aga' naxca̱j cuchri'jack (for lifting a car)gato hidraúlico7.3.2.4LiftLevantaraga' 1metalnaxca̱j 1raise, risecuchri' 1machine

aga' o' nana̱aga'³ o'³ na³na¹nfanabanico, ventiladorUun cachi' ndo'o ne̱ ca'anj quiránj aga' o' nana̱.It's very hot and I'm going to buy a fan.Hace mucho calor y iré a comprar un ventilador.5.1Household equipmentaga'metal o'clock jaro'1kill pay hit throw, set (a fire) to strike (of thunder)nana̱ 2air; wind

anaa̱nanaan³¹vwash (the face)lavarse (la cara)Canaa̱n so̱' nuu na man.There is water there to wash your face.Ahí hay agua para que te enjuagues la cara.5.6.2BatheBañarc-

anájanaj⁵vclear (land) of vegetationlimpiar la hierba, desherbar, clarar (tierra) de vegetaciónAnáj nij so' xéé a.They were making a clearing.Estaban limpiando la hierba.Thunder 12.17.3.2.7Take something out of somethingSacar algo de cualquier otra cosa6.2.2.1Clear a fieldLimpiar un terrenoc-

ana̱j sa'anjngifts given to the family of the man in a traditional marriage (dowry)dotes, regalos a la familia del joven en un casamiento tradicionalXcaj tuvi' Mariá ga̱ Juán ne̱ ana̱j sa'anj che'é no' cuan'.Maria and Juan have married and today they exchange the dowry.Maria y Juan se han casado y hoy entregan las dotes.2.6.1MarriageMatrimoniosa'anjmoney

anánjananj⁵vweavetejerAnánj chana roThe woman weaves the huipilLa mujer teje el huipil c-

ana̱nja³nanj²n1our mothernuestra madreCachij ana̱njOur mother has aged.Nuestra madre ha envejecido4.1.9.1.2Father, motherPadre, madre4.1.2Types of peopleClases de gente2mama, mothermamá, madreana̱nj chijgrandmother (vocative)

ana̱nj chijananj¹ chij³ngrandmother (vocative)abuela, abuelita (vocativo)Cachij soana̠nj chijYou have aged grandmotherHas envejecido abuelita kinkin4.1.9.1.1Grandfather, grandmotherAbuelo, Abuelaana̱njour mother motherchi̱jrespected elderlycfxcua'a̱nj

aráx'naaara⁵x'naa³²vpardon, forgiveperdonar, disculparCarax'naa so̱' rihaa nj, ni 'u̱nj tumé cacun'Forgive me, I am not gultyPerdoname, yo no soy culpable… cara̱a̱ x'naa soj rihaan so' you should forgive him2CO 2:7… ne̱ se̱ caráj x'naa Diose̱ ni̱'yaj Diose̱ cacun' tumé yuvii̱ ma'.... God will not forgive the sins of the peopleHEB 9:22b… cara̱a̱ x'naa Diose̱ ni̱'yaj Diose̱ cunuda̱nj nij síí amán rá ni'ya̱j man Jesucristó a ... God will forgive all those who have faith in JesusACT 10:43The object can be either a noun phrase or a prepositional phrase with rihaan 'to'.psychPsychological predicatec-aráj(part of several compound verbs)

cáá natocaa⁵ nato³²nbunch of plantainspenca de plátanosCa'a̱nj ní' rque rto ca'ne̱' ní' cáá nato.Let us go to the plantain tree and cut a bunch of plantains.Vamos platanar para cortar pencas de plátano. Very large bunch of plantain.5.2.3.1.2Food from fruitAlimentos procedentes de frutascáábunch, stalknatoplantain

cáá nato

caan nayo'caan³ nayo'³nfigleaf gourdcalabaza de tierra friaThis kind of gourd comes from Chicahuaxtla, San Martin Itunyoso, and Santa Maria Yucunicoco.Este tipo de calabaza viene de Chicahuaxtla, San Martin Itunyoso, y Santa Maria Yucunicoco.Cucurbita ficifolia5.2.3.1.3Food from vegetablesAlimentos procedentes de vegetalescaan2pumpkin, butternut squash pumpkincaan niho'

cachriin coronancrowncorona

chana̱xana̱womanchana̱ a'mii ga̱girlfriendgirlfriendchana̱ ña̱a̱nyoung woman who has never marriedchana̱ ta'ni̱jmother of mother of chana̱ xra̱'girlfriend, lovergirlfriendsíí xuun chana̱rapistrapistta'nij chana̱daughterdaughter

chana̱ a'mii ga̱cha³na¹ a'mii³² ga²ngirlfriendnoviachana̱ a'mii ga̱ so̱'tu noviayour girlfriendThe possessor goes after the preposition ga̠.El poseedor está después de la preposición ga̱.chana̱womana'miispeakga̱1with and when

chana̱ ma'anneligible womansoltera disponibleThis is used for a woman who is not committed to another person.Se usa para una mujer que no es comprometida.