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rúj ruj⁵njointcoyuntura Cunuda̱j nij rúj manj 'nan'. All my joints ache. Todos mis coyunturas están adoloridos.comp.ñáán ru̱j
rúj ruj⁵npork rindschicharrónNito̱n ndo'o rúj xcáá. Pork rinds are very crunchy.El chicharrón del cerdo es muy frágil.
rulijdial. var. ofrlij rihaandial. var. oflij rihaanrlijbubble
rulij rihaandial. var. ofrlij rihaandial. var. oflij rihaan
ru'maanru'maan³1vtpress, lean onpresionar...ne̱ dan me se ru'maan so' se‑garro̱té so' rihaan yo'óó...... and he leaned on the top of his staff. HEB 11:212vpushempujarRu'maan tuvi' ní' ca'a̱nj ní'.We friends are pushing to go in.Vamos empujándonos.
ru'ma'a̱nru'ma'an¹³advunproductive, uselessocioso, sin efecto
ru'maan che'éru'maan³ che'e⁴cfche'évstomp on; stand onpisotearRu'maan che'é Juán maa nij xcuaaJuan stomped on the ants.Juan pisoteó las hormigas.
rumi'dial. var. ofxrmi̱'dark
rumi̱'dial. var. ofxrmi̱'dark
rune̱e̱ nkidneyriñónQuiri' 'o̠ se rune̠e̠ so̠'.One of your kidneys is damaged.Uno de tus riñones está dañado.rune̠e̠ scújcow's kidneyriñón de vaca5.2.3.2Food from animals2.1.8Internal organs5.2.3.4Prepared food
rúnjrunj⁵cfnújprowe (exclusive)nosotros (exclusivo)This pronoun is for a group that does not include the person being addressed. 9.2.3Pronouns
rutzi̠' xlá nmalay apple (fruit)pomarosasynritzi̱' can'
rutziiOlder spellingchruun varaástickcomp. ofchruun
rutzii̱ru³tzii³¹nstick, polevara
rúú ruu⁵(non)possse ru̱jnjoint, wrist, knuckle, kneearticulación; coyunturaThis may also be possessed in its regular form, rather than with se ru̱j.2.1.6Bone, jointcomp.raa̱ ru̱jknee, kneecap
rúú ra'a ruu⁵ ra'a³nwristcoyuntura de la muñecasynchihá ra'acomp. ofchihára'apossessed form is same2.1.6Bone, joint2.1.3.1Arm
ruvá ruva⁴npumpkin seed, squash seedsemilla de calabaza5.2.3.1.1Food from seedscomp.ruvá yaj güiisunflower seed
ruvá yaj güii ruva⁴ yaj³² güii³nsunflower seedsemilla de girasol5.2.3.1.1Food from seedscomp. ofruváyajgüii
ruva̱a̱ ruvaa¹adjimpassably steep (in a downward direction)empinadoAarón nanij rej ñan ruva̱a̱ rej nicun' Migueé. Aaron climbs down the steep slope to where Michael is standing.Aarón bajó en el risco a donde está Miguel.
ruvaj ruvaj³ncampfiretenamastle, fogón5.5.7Fireplace
ru'veeru'vee³²n1rich personrico, persona ricaCanó nij ru'vee maá chumii vaa ndo sa'anj riaan nij so'.All the rich people in the world have lots of money.4.1.2Types of people4.1.4.1Social class6.8.1.2Rich2boss
ruvi'ruvi'³vappearaparecerNe ruvi' Diose̱ ni'ya̱j yuvii̱ ma'. God does not appear visible to the people.COL 1:15aDan me se curuvi' so' ni'ya̱j síí cu'na̱j Pedró, ne̱ gaa do̱j, ga̱a ne̱ curuvi' uún so' ni'ya̱j nu̱' chuvi̱j nij apóstol cune' so' man nata̱' se‑na̱na̱ so' a.and that he appeared to Peter, and then to the Twelve. And he appeared to the one called Peter and (a bit later?) he appeared again to all twelve apostles that he named to explain his word.1CO 15:5Cachén do̱j güii, ga̱a ne̱ curuvi' uún so' rihaan 'u̱n' cientó táá doj tinúú ní' síí noco̱' man so' a. After that, he appeared to more than five hundred of the brothers 1CO 15:6aRuvi' rihaan guii. The sun appears.Se le ve la cara del sol. Ruvi' 'na' xtuu tu'va yu'uj. The mouse appears out of the hole.El ratón sale del hoyo.psychPsychological predicate
ruvii ruvii³²vto sing (of birds whose song is a bad omen)chiflar (de pájaros que dan mal agüero)Ruvii xtaj The bird gives a bad omen.4.9.4.7Omen, divination1.6.4.3Animal sounds4.2.3.3Sing
ruxaan ruxaan³nhanging cradlecuna colgante2.6.4.1.1Care for a baby
Ruxe'e ruzhe'eproper.nLa Luz AbajoLa Luz Abajo