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r-cayRelated tor-cuayv1get darkÙ-cáày xàìbà'The sky got dark.Nacay le'n yu'.It is dark in the house.2faintÙ-cáày MàrííMaria fainted.2.5.1Sick2.5.6Symptom of disease2.4.4Tired2.5.6.4Lose consciousness3have bad visionRr-cááy lòò xhùpàà Juààny.Juan's father does not see well.2.5.2Disease
r-chacfdxa1vfatten
r-cha bider. ofr-cha'inflate
r-cha'cfbi1dxa1r-zu1v1trade, interchangeÌ-cháá=' dzìjt bèèdy pùrr xòòbI will trade eggs for corn.2change3fillZéé-cháá=éby xààb=bì.He went to change his clothes.Ù-cháá=éby gèès.He filled the pot.r-cha bider.vinflateÙ-chàà+bìì Juáàny bègííg.Juan inflated the balloon.
r-cha'agRelated tor-dxa'agcfr-dxa'agv1join; combine4.2.1.8.1Join an organization2look good in/with (clothes); for (clothes) to go well with (someone)Rr-dxà'ág Màríí xààb=nì'Maria looks good in her clothes.r-cha'ag di'dxder.v1to come to agreementÙ-chà'ág Juáàny dìì'dx cùn Móòny.Juan came to agreement with Ramón.2Ùchà' ág Juáàny lòò dìì'dx cùn Móòny.Juan agreed with Ramón.
r-cha'ag di'dxder. ofr-cha'agto come to agreement
r-cha'ag dibRelated tor-dxa'g dibcfr-dxa'g dibvsew, mend, darnÙ-chà'ág+dííb Juáàny x-cùtòòny=nì'Juan mended his shirt.
r-chag ru'1cfr-awvkiss (a statue of a saint)Ù-chàjg+rù' Juáàny dyòòs.Juan kissed the statue of the saint.
r-chag ru'2vkissÙ-chàg+rù' Juáàny nààmbìèd Màríí.Juan kissed (the statue of) the virgin Mary.4.1.8Show affectionThis verb is used for kissing something religious, like a statue or a rosary. The ordinary word for kiss is r-àw rù'
r-chagi'ldyvtickleRr-cà’z Juáàny í-chágì'ldy Màríí.Juan wants to tickle Maria.
r-chel1vmeet4.1.3.1Meet for the first time
r-chel2vbe sought
r-chibycfr-dxibyvfrightenÙ-chììby gáálgù'ty nàà'The dead one frightened mepairpair
r-co'Related tor-go'vmash down; crush; kneadÌ-có' Màríí còàb.Maria will knead the dough.
r-copRelated togop2vmoistensynr-ca gopunspec. comp. form ofr-ca'a gop2
r-cu'nRelated tor-u'nvcause to cry Ù-cù'n=bí bdòò'.He made the baby cry.
r-cu'zRelated torr-gu'zvsoftenrHe softens the hide.
r-cuayRelated tor-cayvdarkenRcwáày Juààny lè'èn yù'.Juan darkens the house.
r-cuedxRelated tor-bedxvplay (an instrument)
r-cuixhtiRelated tor-bixhtivcause to scream
r-cwa1Related tor-ca2vput (hats, glasses, etc.) on (another person)Ù-càà dòctòrr lèènt lòò MàrììThe doctor put the glasses on Maria.
r-cwa2Contrastr-cwa'vdeny, opposeRr-cwáj Màríí còmííd lòò 'Juààny.Maria denies Juan food.
r-cwa devcalm (a baby)Ù-cà+dé Juáàny bdòò'.Juan calmed the baby.2.6.4.1.1Care for a baby
r-cwa detsvcarry on the backR-cuáá+dèjts Màríí bdòò' cùn bàà'yMaria carries the baby on her back in a rebozo.7.3.1Carry
r-cwa dya'gkwàdjàʔgvlisten toCáyùùny=á pùùrr ì-cuá+dyàg=à réé=bníí'I'm trying to listen to the childrennon-projnon-projr-cwa dya'g di'dxder.vpay attention to; obeyÍíty rr-cuà'+dyà'g Juáàny x-tíídx=à.Juan doesn't obey me