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Letter A: Displaying 2261 - 2280 of 2362
ɑːyoːwiɑː
Orthographic Variants: 
ayouia

to warm something with one's breath, or to let out one's breath (see Karttunen)

Orthographic Variants: 
ayouica

easily, without difficulty (see Molina)

ɑjoihtʃiki

for a barber to shave one's head completely (see Molina)

ɑːjoːlwɑːstɬi
Orthographic Variants: 
aolhuaztli

a water well (see Molina and attestations)

a person with little energy (Molina literally refers to a "man")

Orthographic Variants: 
ayullo

unrefined, rude (see Molina); ignorant, useless, brutish, without talent (see Siméon)

ɑːjoːllohko

a gulf of the sea

ɑːjohpɑlli
Orthographic Variants: 
ayupalli

a color between purple and orange (see Molina)

Orthographic Variants: 
ayopalteuilotl

amethyst, quartz, precious stone (see Molina)

to wring water from wet clothing.
# exprimir. nic. persona exprime su ropa y le quita agua. “cuando lavo cobijas no los exprimo porque estas muy gruesas.”
Orthographic Variants: 
ayoppa in tlacatiua, ayoppa in piltiua

not to be born again; after death, to have no way of coming back to life in this world (see Molina)

never again (see Molina)

ɑyohkilitɬ

squash greens (see Karttunen)

to squeeze juice from plants; get water off something that has become wet; or drain the liquid off a stew (see Molina)

for liquid to come out of wet corn dough, ripe fruit, or a wound.
#escurrir. Persona, animal salvaje, animal domestico y cosas que están mojadas donde esta o donde esta parado. “cuando mi mama lava antes lo pone la en la piedra porque quiere que se escurra poquito para no levantarlo pesado.”
ɑːjoːtɑpɑlkɑtɬ

turtle shell, tortoise shell (see Molina)

ɑːjohtektɬi
Orthographic Variants: 
aiutectli

a calabash cup, a gourd drinking vessel (see attestations)

for water to drip from s.o, an animal or s.t. wet.
#escurrir. ni. persona, animal salvaje, animal domestico y cosas que están mojados sale el agua y va al suelo. “el hermano de Jorge cuando terminaba de bañarse antes se deja que se acabe de escurrir para cambiarse.”
ɑːjohtetɬ

squash or melon (see Molina)