Zapoteco de San Dionisio Ocotepec – Ingles


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r-avripen1.5.6Growth of plants
r-a'dàəʔdvreceiveGù'd=bí tòyby bè'cwHe received a dog.
r-a'gIZ ra'ga'Related tor-gu'gvget stuck inR-à'g Juààny lè'èny gèdy.Juan gets stuck in the hole.Gu'g xab Juany lo yag.Juan's clothes were stuck in the tree.
r-a'ngu'n2plowedirreg. infl.gu'n2plowedcfgu'n2irreg. infl. ofr-a'nv1plowR-à'n Juáàny lòò yùù.Juan plows the ground.2prepare land
r-abyr-ààəbyv1swallow2be swallowedR-ààby pàstíìThe pill is swallowed.
r-ac1vget better; be curedBy-àjc lòò=èbyHis face got betterÀ=by-àhc Màríí xì'Maria recovered from her cold.2.5.1.1Recover from sickness
r-ac2irreg. infl.gacwill dogacwill docfge'yguc1v1experience, suffer fromRàjcráb gààlryè'ld dxíìby nì'íngy láà gààlryè'ld.They suffer from fright-sickness, dxíìby, that is the word for fright-sickness2.5.6.1Pain2become3makeíítrù este rééjùxtíís ... ràjcráb nombráàr pòrr... [pòrr] gèèdx pèrr chì'í éstè nù'ú tòyby jùxtíísnì náápàc cárrgwnì rúúny dí òrgànìsáàrr [réé] réé càwgí nírùùny àsìgnáàradonde los autoridades son nombrados por el pueblo pero luego hay una autoridad que está encargado que organiza los caudillos que asignan 4hurtR-àjc dèjts MàrííMaria's back hurts2.5.6.1Painr-ac binygulunspec. comp. formvget oldCáyàjc bììnygùl Juààny.Juan is getting old.2.6.4.5Old person
r-ac3cfguc31auxbe able2canR-ùchnáá’=xgáá=réby dèspuèès dè ní=r-ùchnáá’=rèby z-àjc g-íí-nééy=ráb bníí’ dxà’p, pèrò áántès xté’ mò’d.‘First they marry; after they marry, they can move the bride, but not before.’R-àjc r-ù’ld Juáàny gìtààrry dìáp.Juan can play the guitar loudly.
r-ac ... dxibyvsuffer from fright-sicknessCáy-àjc Juáàny dxíìbyJuan has fright-sickness2.5.2Disease
r-ac ... ruvhave a coughCáyàjc Juáàny rùù.Juan has a cough.2.5.2Disease
r-ac beguc berealizedirreg. infl.guc berealizedvnotice; knowÍíty ràjc+bé'=èby cálòò g-yè'n=bìHe doesn't know where he is going to stayÍítí' nyác+bè'=à chì ù-dzììny=bìI didn't notice that he had arrived.3.1.2.2Notice3.2.2.6Realize
r-ac binygulunspec. comp. form ofr-ac2bingulr-ac2get old
r-ac che'vprepare
r-ac ganvbe able; can
r-ac ge'a̤k+géjʔ1vfreezeR-àjc+géy' nìjsThe water freezes
r-ac la'avdivide
r-ac lda'cflda'2r-la'1r-lda'1r-lda'1r-lda'2vbe lateCàzá g-ùc+ldà'=ù!You were late!
r-ac navbe injured; be hurt
r-ac na'yvsweatCáy-àjc+nà'y=bìHe is sweating2.2.6Sweat
r-ac naldunspec. comp. form ofr-ac2 1be cold
r-ac neà̤k+nééjvhelpR-àjc=néé Màríí Juáàny.Maria helps Juan.
r-ac redxv1be called2be curedRyàlòò ràjcrèèdxráb chì'í rrzáá'b rì' yáà' íícy yààg.They finish being cured and then the jug is hung up in a treegùjcréédxà' rì'íthey cured me of of fright-sickness there.
r-ac ro'vgrow, increaseCáy-àjc+ró' bèjlThe flame is growing.2.6.4.6Grow, get bigger
r-ac ruMZ rujvcough2.2.2Cough, sneeze2.1.1.4Mouth
r-ac xhu1vbe sickGáálràjcrèèdx zì'cy làà rrmèèdy nírùùny bììny chì' ràjcxhúú réébííny dxíìby.Curing is like what is called medicine that people do when people suffer from susto.2be in eclipse (of the sun, moon)R-àjc+xhùù ùbììdxThe sun is in eclipse.