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n-acwcfn-u'u1r-acwr-ayr-be'cy1r-ca2vwear (shirt, dress)Náácw Juààny cùtóònyJuan wears the shirt5.3.7Wear clothing

n-u'u1zyu'will beirreg. infl.chu'will existryu'zyu'will bechu'will existRelated tor-gu'cfchu'irreg. infl. ofn-u'u1n-acwr-acwr-ayr-be'cy1r-ca2v1exist; liveÍíty r-yùlà’àz=tì’=áb chù’-nèèy=b là’á=rébyShe didn't want to live with them.Ldùá' nù'ú=réby.They are in Oaxaca.2haveNù'ú tyóóp xì'nyrábThey had two children3wear (a belt, ring, etc.)Nu'u cinturon le'ni JuanJuan is wearing a belt.5.3.7Wear clothingn-u'u bca'ldunspec. comp. formcfbca'ldrni lo bca'ldid. ofr-ni1vbe sleepyNù'ú=dù'úxh bcà'ld lòò=èbyHe is very sleepy.2.4.4Tired5.7Sleepn-u'u bdo'unspec. comp. formvbe pregnant (of an animal)Nù'ú bè'cw bdò'.The dog is pregnant.

r-be'cy1Related tor-cwe'cycfn-acwn-u'u1r-acwr-ayr-ca2v1abandon; lay (eggs)Ù-lè'cy=tì=by réé=xhì'ny=bì.He abandoned his children.Rr-bè'cy bèyjdy dzìtbèyjdy.The chicken lays eggs.Rildecy Juany gun2wear (pants, underwear)Rr-bè'cy Juáàny pàntlòòn.Juan wears pants.5.3.7Wear clothing3fight (a bull)unspec. comp. formr-be'cy bnisowr-be'cy2

r-ca2Related tor-cwa1cfn-acwn-u'u1r-acwr-ayr-be'cy1v1hang Rr-cáá=dù'úxh mànsáànThere are a lot of apples hanging up there.7.3.2.4.1Hang2hang from (of fruit); be on (of fruit)Cáád íís rr-cáá nááxh lòò yààg.Every year, there is fruit on the tree.7.3.2.4.1Hang3be located in a high placeYá' cáá mànsáànThe apple is high up.Lá nú'=zà'c cáá=w lè'èny àmácEstás bien en la hamaca?8.2.6.3High4have (a birthmark, scar, pimple) on (a part of the body)Lè'éby cáá tòyby béldgíító xnííà lòòby.He has a red portwine stain on his face.Cáá tòyby séèn ní'àI have a scar on my leg.5wear (hats, glasses, shoes, etc.)Cáá sàpàjt nì =á'I am wearing shoes.5.3.7Wear clothing6leaning (supported by something)7be (a certain hour)Rr-cáá tsùùptòybyIt is (generally) eleven o'clock (when...)Cáá tàjp=nì'It is four o'clock.r-ca ... mamunspec. comp. formvcarry (a baby) on the backCáá xì'ny Màrìì màam.Maria is carrying the baby on her back.7.3.1Carryr-ca di'nunspec. comp. formMX rcadi'nvbuy on creditRr-cà+dì'n=bì càrrHe buys a car on credit.r-ca giunspec. comp. formkáxììvburnCá-cágìì yù'The house is burningirreg. infl.ca gi5.5.4Burnnon-projnon-proj

r-yu'Related tor-gu'v1put oneself; be put; be placedR-yù' gèèt lè'èn ròòbThe tortillas are placed in the tenate.7.3.2.6Put in2put on, useCá-yù' fàj lè'èny Juáàny.Juan is putting on the support belt.R-yù' yààg náá=bHe uses a walking stick.5.3.7Wear clothing3enterR-yù' Juáàny lè'èn yù'ùJuan enters the house.4be invested inR-yù' méély lòò=nyThe money is invested in it.Rùjtsá mèèly b-yù' lòò càrrLots of money is invested in the car.r-yu bye'cyunspec. comp. formvturn oneself around; turn one's head to look backR-yù'+byè'cy Juáàn chì'í rrchá'gbí MàrííJuan turns around when he meets Maria.r-yu' biunspec. comp. formvmake noiseCá-yú+bìì réé=bldáágThe leaves are rustling.r-yu' che'unspec. comp. formRelated tor-gu che'1unspec. comp. form ofr-gu'vbe guarded4.4.4.5Protectr-yu' crudunspec. comp. formvhave a hangoverRyù'ú Juààny crúùdJuan has hangoverr-yu' dxe'chunspec. comp. formvbe angryR-gù'+dxè'ch Màríí JuáànyMaria puts Juan in a bad mood.r-yu' icyunspec. comp. formcficyvunderstandR-yù'+íícy Juáàny nàà'.Juan understands me.3.2.4Understandr-yu' legrunspec. comp. formadjbe happyr-yu' tristunspec. comp. formvbe sadÍíty Juáàny nyù'+trììstJuan wasn't sad.r-yu' xlia'unspec. comp. formvhave a feverCá-yù' Juáàny xlíà'Juan has a fever2.5.6Symptom of diseaser-yu' xpixhunspec. comp. formvbe disgusted byR-yù'+xpìxh Juáàny còmííhèdJuan is disgusted by the food.r-yu' xtienyunspec. comp. formvbe rustyLà'á x-cóch Juààny cá-yù' xtìèny.Juan's car is rustingr-yu' za'cunspec. comp. formvgive birthÁ=byù'+zà'c MàrííMaria gave birth.