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r-aw /àw / v eat comer Bin ngiw cay-aw bzya The men are eating beans. Los hombres están comiendo frijoles. [com. ù-dàw][pot. gâw ]r-awdxuc have a cavity , r-awlay grind the teeth , der. r-aw... ru' kiss (cf: r-daw /dàw/ taste (a particular way); cf: r-chag ru' /tʃàʰg+rù'/ kiss (a statue of a saint). )

r-aw... ru' /àw… rù' / v kiss besar Udaw Juany ru' Mari. Juan kissed Mary. Juan besó a María. (sem. domains: 4.1.8Show affection |Mostrar afecto.) (der. of r-aw eat)

r-awdxuc /àw+dʒúúk / v have a cavity (of a tooth) tener caries (de un diente) Rawdxuc lay Mari. Maria's tooth has a cavity. Maria tiene caries. Tyop lay Mari cay-awdxuc Two of Maria's teeth have cavities. Maria tiene dos caries. (r-aw eat, dxuc missing a piece, deformed (of body parts) cavity (in the teeth))

r-awlay /àw+lààʰy / v grind the teeth rechinar los dientes Rawlay Mari Maria grinds her teeth. Maria rechina los dientes (r-aw eat, lay tooth)

r-awya' /àwyà' / v bite morder Udawya' be'cw ni' Juany. The dog bit Juan's leg. El perro mordió el pie de Juan. Rawya' Mari bxhug nna-ni'. Maria bites her fingernails. Maria muerde las uñas. [com. ù-dàwyà']