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xibe'lni'adjbe barefootÉè, xíí+bè'l+nì'=cà' JuáànyYes, Juan is barefoot.
xiby🔊MZ yecxhijbnknee¿Túú xììby r-yáàn?Whose knee hurts?2.1Body2.1.3.2Leg
xidcfbich2ncatxíid bìhis cat1.6.1.1.2CarnivoreThis is an older word used by some people. The more common word is biich
xigʒííəg🔊njícara
xig gie'npainted gourd
xixanadjnakedXííxààn bdòòThe baby is naked.
xlagadjwide
xlia'syadvin vain
xliunland, propertyCwà'á dè èrrèns xlíw tú' xmààrò=à'.I inherited my grandmother's property.1.2.1Land
xmanMZ xmaannweek
XmaxynSanto Tomas de Arriba9.7.2.3Names of cities
xnane'naunt4.1.9.1.6Uncle, aunt
xnaxqonlyxnááx gèètonly tortillas
xnesfrontZúú+xnèès lííèbrrThe book is standing in front.
xniaadjred
XniixhnSan Dionisio9.7.2.3Names of cities
xobʐo:bncorn (kernels)1.5Plant1.5.3Grass, herb, vineThis word is used to describe dried corn kernels which have been detached from the cob.
xob ni'lyʐò:b niʔljncorn kernels which have been softened for grinding
xob ye'ldʐòòb b̤èʔldnsweet corn stew
xobyvcrooked
xpixhnnausea, disgustR-yù' xpìxh=á'I am disgusted; I am nauseated.2.5.2.3Stomach illnessr-yu' xpixhunspec. comp. formvbe disgusted byR-yù'+xpìxh Juáàny còmííhèdJuan is disgusted by the food.
xquesnfontanelle
xquet bennest (of wasps)1.6.1.7Insect
xquixhnurineR-ìì Juáàny xquììxhJuan is urinating2.2.7Urinate, urine
xta'mb be'cwnsty (sore on the eyelid)2.1.1.1Eye2.5.2Disease