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r-niya'vadvinar, curarforetell, predict, cure
r-qui'dyRelated tor-gi'dyv1pegarstickÙ-quí'dy Juáàny gììè'ts yà'.Juan pegó el papel arriba.Juan stuck the paper up.2pairpair
r-qui'icfr-gi'ivtostarroast, toastRr-quì'í Màríí gíí'nyMaria tuesta el chile.Maria roasts the chile
r-qui'ny1vcomereatMore polite than r-àw
r-qui'ny2v1necesita (hacer algo)need to (do something)Rr-quì’ny síí Juáàny làjdyJuan necesita comprar ropa.Juan needs to buy clothes.2necesitarneedRrquì'nyní níjsNecesita aguaIt needs water.3comer, beber, tomar (con respecto)eat, drink (respectful)tè rrquì'nyráb gèèt gùù' cùn nììsyà'b pànéèl entonces comen los tamales con el atole de panelathen they eat tamales with atole de panela
r-ra1Related tor-saravacabarsefor there to be no more of (something)Ùràj mànsáànSe acabaron las manzanas.There were no more apples
r-ra2vamanecerfor night to endÙ-ràà gè'lAmanecióNight ended.
r-raya'Related tor-tyaya'vrasparsebe gratedpairpair
r-re'ch yobvhacer fuerza brutalhurt yourself, cause yourself painUre'ch Juany yob.Juan hizo mala fuerza y le dió dolor.Juan hurt himself through overexertion
r-re'exhcfr-bixh2vpesar; voltearweigh; weigh down on; turn overR-rè'éxh Juáàny sùcrr.Juan pesa el azucar.Juan weighs the sugar.ìré'xh=à' Juáàny.Voy a pesar a Juan.I'm going to weigh Juan.Ù-rè'éxh Màríí gèèt.Maria volteó la tortilla.Maria turned the tortilla over.
r-rezvromperse, abrirse, partirsecrack openRrez nna' Mari.Las manos de Maria se parten.The skin on Maria's hands is cracked.Rrez lo yu.La tierra se abre.The ground is cracked open.
r-ri'vdesvestirsetake off (clothes)Ù-ríí' xààb JuáànyJuan se desvistióJuan took off his clothes
r-ri' renyvsangrarbleed; give bloodCá-rì' Juáàny rèènySe le está sacando sangre a Juan.Juan is giving blood
r-ricav1salir (de dientes, canos)come in (of teeth, grey hairs)Á=cá-rícàj lààjy bdòò'Ya viene saliendo los dientes del bebé.The baby's teeth are coming in.2aparecerappearÌ-rícàà fàntáàsm lòò Juáàny.Se va a aparecer el fantasma á Juan.The ghost will appear to Johnácágwíì'ràb xhíízì' nèèzgì ìríícà tòyby sèntààvellos ya están viendo como van a encontrar dinero2.3.1.5.1Appear
r-ro'Related tor-tyo'vcrecergrowÙ-ró' bdòòEl niño creció.The child grew.
r-robcfr-tyobvestar expolvereadobe sprinkled (on something)Ù-róób zèèdy lòò gèètLa sal está expolvereado en la tortillaThe salt is sprinkled on the tortillapairpairunspec. comp. formr-rob nisbe baptisednis1
r-rob nisunspec. comp. form ofr-robnis1nis1be baptisedunspec. comp. formgalrrob nisbaptismbaptism
r-ru'Related tor-tyu'cfr-tyu'vcortarse de un arbol (de frutas)be cut from a tree (of fruit)Ù-rù' mànsáànLa manzana se cortó.The apple was cut (from the tree).
r-ru'gcfr-tyu'gvcortarsebe cutSènsíì=zì r-rù'g bé'lFacil se corta la carneThe meat cuts easily
r-ru'ld1vresbalarseslip (into); slide (into)Ù-rù'ld=bí lòò nìjsSe resbaló en el agua.He slipped into the waterR-rú'ld nì' Juáàny.Se resbaló el pie de Juan.Juan's foot slipped.2adjresbalososlipperyNá-rù'ld lòò pìjsEl piso está resbaloso.The floor is slippery
r-ruxh1vdeshojarshuckCá-tyúúxh Juáány níízJuan está deshojando la mazorca.Juan is shucking the corn.
r-ruxh2cfr-tyuxhv1pelarse; estar despellejadobe peeled; be skinnedR-rúùxh nàráàxhLa naranja se pela.The orange is peeled.Áùrùùxh chííbEl chivo está peladoThe goat is skinned.pairpair2pelar (un animal)skin (an animal)
r-sa nivmovershake, moveÙsà+níí íícy=ùMueve tu cabezaShake your head7.1.9Move a part of the body
r-sa'cfr-za'1vcompletarcomplete, finishÙ-sá' Màrìì gááld gèèt.Maria completó veinte tortillas.Maria finished making twenty tortillas.
r-sa'by naldRelated tor-za'by naldunspec. comp. form ofr-za'byr-aldvcolgarhang (something)R-sae'by nàld Juààny fòjc dèjts gwèrJuan cuelga el foco afuera.Juan hangs the light outside.