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tiuntíouncle4.1.9.1.6Uncle, auntMZ tiuu
to'pncanawhite hairNù'ú tò'p ììcy Juáàny.Juan tiene canas.Juan has white hair2.1.5HairOnly used in this idiom. Possibly nù'ú+tò'p is the right analysis, with ììcy Juáàny as the subject.
tobytòybysp. var.tobyone indefsp. var. oftobyone indefsp. var. oftobyone indefunspec. comp. formstobyagainanother (one)again another (one)
tontadjretrasado, tarado, atrasadodevelopmentally disabled, retarded3.2.1.4Stupid
trabagw1ntrabajotrouble, difficultyTràbàgw r-yù' lòò=nyCuesta mucho trabajo.It's a lot of trouble.2adjdificildifficultRùjtsà tràbáàgw rr-nìì bííny dyá’ xtíìl.It is very difficult to speak Spanish.
tsa'ny1Contrasttsa'ny2qtrecethirteen
tsa'ny2tsááʔènjContrasttsa'ny1qquincefifteen
tsa'nyby tobytsáá'nybìtòybyqdieciseissixteen
tsi'🔊qdiezten
tsidaqcatorcefourteen
tsiptobytsììptóybyqonceeleven
tsiptyopqdocetwelve
tsittsííətcfchinyadjflaco; puro huesoskin and bones, very thinTsíít Juáàny.Juan es muy flacoJuan is skin and bones.This describes thinness after being sick. The ordinary kind of thinness is chiiny.
tuinterquién; cuálwho; whichUsed with animates
tu'difuntodeparted, late tú' xhúpàà='mi difunto padremy late father
tu'gu'lndifunto; cadáverdead person; deceased person; corpseÙ-cà'àts=réby tù'gùùl.Enterraron el difuntoThey buried the deceased person.4.9Religion2.6.6.2Corpseunspec. comp. formmíís xté túgù'lfuneral massmis
tucarv(part of rùùny tùcáàr 'be one's turn')
tuchntejónbadger1.6.1.1.2Carnivore
tyempntime
tyendntiendastore
tyopqdostwoTyóóp=tú chíí=àt.Dos de ustedes van a ir.Two of you will go (implying that the group is larger than two.)Ì-róóp=tú chíí=àt.Ustedes dos van a ir.You two will go.
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