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p. 476

ihben                            ih p'en   'earth god (protector of milpas, houses, and property;

Sp. (San Manuel), spirit of maize (male consort of spirit of beans)'

ihben winik                   'male aspect of maize spirit'

ihben ixik                      'female aspect of maize spirit'

ihta'n                            'sibling (also loosely, "relative")

ihta'nob                        'one's siblings'

niwihta'n                       'my siblings'

ihchak                          'garra (fish)'

ihch'ok                         'girl, unmarried girl, female child, female, virgin, biological daughter of

male speaker, young female animal or fowl (with pronoun u- )'

chuchu' ihch'ok             'small girl'

uwihch'ok ak'ach          'young hen'

uwihch'ok masa'           'young female fawn'

uyar ihch'ok                  'one's (woman's) female chick'

noxi' ihch'ok                 'tall girl, maiden'

pech ihch'ok                 'illegitimate girl'

ihtz'in                            'younger, lesser, younger sibling, younger cousin'

ihtz'inob                        'one's younger siblings'

iink'siban                      [in-ik'sip'an] 'dark, obscure, be dark'

iink'siban uut e k'in        'obscure or dark sky, the sky is dark'

ik'                                 ik   'air, atmosphere [used only in compounds]'

ik'ar                              [?ik-ar, ik-kar] 'wind, breeze, evil wind (aigre)'

e ik'ar                           'the wind'

ut ik'ar                          'light wind, breeze'

ik'ar e winik                  'any aigre common to men'

ik'ar e ixik                     'any aigre common to women'

ik'ar e chamen              'aigre exuded by a corpse'

ik'ar umen e ha'             'aigre caused by fear of water or drowning'

ik'ar umen e k'ahk'        'aigre caused by fear of conflagration or severe burns (women are

especially subject to this)'

ik'ar umen e hihb           ikar umen e jihp'   'aigre caused by fear of lightning'

ik'ar uman e chamen     'aigre caused by fear of a corpse, or by coming too near a corpse when ill'

ik'ar umen e chan          'aigre caused by fear of a snake'

ik'ar e ha'                      'whirlpool'

ik'ar uhor                      'aigre in the head (causes headache and dizziness)'

ik'ar uhor k'opot           'valerian (wild herb)'

ik'ar u ki' nik                 'aigre in the heart (causes heart pains)' [ki' 'heart']

ik'ar uk'eweerar            'aigre of skin (can ?? eczema)'


ik'ar unak                     'aigre of stomach (causes acid stomach and dyspepsia;

                                    empacho)'

ik'ar uni'                        'nasal aigre (causing nasal conditions)'

ik'ar unuk'                     ikar unuk    'aigre of neck, crick'

 

p. 477

ik'ar uor upix                'aigre of knee (causing knee stiffness)'

ikar uor uya'                 'aigre of thigh or hip'

ik'ar upat                      'aigre of back (causing backache)'

ik'ar ubahk                   'aigre in a joint'

ik'ar ubahker                'aigre in all joins, arthritis'

ik'ar ubak                     'aigre in a bone (local rheumatism)'

uk'ar ubaker                 'general rheumatism'

ik'ar ubakir ukahram     'aigre in the jawbone (lockjaw)'

ik'ar ukur                      ikar uqur  'penis aigre, venereal disease'

ik'ar ukuch                    ikar uquch  'aigre in vagina'

ik'ar uku'm                    ikar uqu'm   'aigre in testicles ("stone ache")'

ik'ar uk'ab                    'aigre in arm(s)'

ik'ar uk'ark'un               ikar uq'arq'u'n   'aigre in tonsils (tonsillitis)'

ik'ar ubah                     'general aigre'

ik'ar usuy                      ikar usuih     'aigre in the buttock(s)'

ik'ar uta' ubaker            'aigre in the marrow (causes osteomyelitis)'

ik'ar utunir unuk'           ikar utunir uhuk 'aigre of adam's apple (causing hiccough)'

ik'ar ut'or                      'aigre in a bruise'

ik'ar uchan                    'aigre in intestines (causing flatus and intestinal conditions)'

ik'ar uchikin                  'ear aigre (causing earache)'

ik'ar uchu', ik'ar uch'or     'aigre in the breast(s)'

ik'ar uch'ich'er               'aigre in the blood stream( causing "coldness",  numbness, poor

circulation, etc.)'

ik'ar uch'orch'or            'aigre in the throat'

ik'ar uut,   ik'ar una'k' uut          'aigre of eye(s) (causing twitching and eye trouble)'

ik'ar uut uk'ab               'aigre of hand(s)'

ik'ar uut usuy,  ikar usuih           'rectal aigre'

ik'ar uut uweer              'aigre of gums (causing gum soreness and pyorrhea)

ik'ar uya'                       'aigre of thigh bone'

ha'tz' ik'ar                     ha'c'.ikar   'aigre which causes convulsions'

syan ik'ar                      sian.ikar   'strong wind'

sutut ik'ar                      'whirlwind'

ik'ar horir                      'aigre in the head'

ik'ar te'                         'chaparro, chaparro macho (wild evergreen oak)'

ik'arer                           'vertigo, condition of "wind" in the body (Sp. ventosidad)'

ik'arer u hor                  'dizziness, vertigo, insanity, hydrophobia'


ik'arer u nak                 '"windiness" of the stomach'

ik'arer k'opot                'yerba de la rábia (small wild herb)'

ik'                                 ik'  'black, dark, black color [cf. burem]'

uwik'ir e buhk               'the black color of clothes'

ik' bu'ur                        'any black bean(s)'

ik'ah                             'darken, become dark or blackish' [cl.3]

ik'ik'                             'black, dark, dark gray'

 

p. 478

ik'ik'ran                        'become black or dark gray' [cl.2]

ik'ik're                          'blacken, deepen the color of' [cl.2a]

ik'ix                              'late, late in the day, already or nearly dark'

ik' sibah                        'become dark (as at twilight), get darker' [cl.3]

eik' sibah                      eiksip'ah [a-ik.sikp'ah] 'it becomes twilight'

ik' sibaar                       'twilight, near dark'

ik' siban                        'dark, dusk'

ik'sib ner                       'darkness, obscurity, twilight'

ila'm                             'old man'

ila'mix, ila'atex               'aged woman in person (beings only)'

in-                                (prefixed pers. pron., 1st singular)

inko'                             (introduces affirmative hortatory imperative)

inko' ak'takon               inko' aktakon  'let's dance'

ink'ar                            'held, held onto, possessed'

ink'ar k'op                    'purchase carried in the hand, anything bought in the market'

niwink'ar k'op               'my purchase, my armload of purchases'

ink'ihn                           'warm, angry, agitate, excited'

ink'ihn uch'ich'er            'warm blood (a contagious condition of certain individuals, resembling

evil eye'

ink'ohn e winik              'angry man, the man is angry'

ink'ohn ut ha'                'warm or hot spring'

ink'ihn ha'                     'warm water'

ink'ihn ink'ihn                'very warm'

ink'o'                            'stinking'

ink'o' u k'eweerar         'its stinking (gangrenous) flesh'.

ink'o' tz'ak                    'any stinking remedy (said to be more efficacious than if pleasing to

the taste)'

ink'o' we'er                   'spoiled or putrid meat'

inlahtz                           'narrow'

inlahtz e kohn                'narrow stream'

inlahtzlahtz                    'very narrow'

 

p. 479

inlahtz ut                       'slightly narrow'

inpah                            'sour; the pomegranate (cul. fruit tree)'


inpah unak                    'one's sour stomach, his stomach is sour'

inpah murak                  [murak : jocote] 'jocote agrio'

inpahte'                         'granada agria (cul. bush resembling the pomegranate)'

inpah chicha'                 'sour chicha'

inpah chu'                     'sour milk'

inpakar                         'stooped, bent, flat, level'

inpakar rum                  'level land'

inpakar axanah             'he walks stooped'

inpax                            'without flavor, flat of taste, sterile'

inpax e ixik muluk         'unsalted potato, the potato is unsalted'

inpax e rum                   'wet ground, the ground is wet'

inpax rum                     'sterile ground or soil'

inpa'k pa'k                    'flexible

inpa'k pa'k uk'abte'       'flexible branch'

inpa'k pa'k si'                'flexible stick'

inpek                            'short, snub, flat'

inpim                            'thick (linear), double, doubled'

inpin upat                      inpin upa't   'its thick bark, its bark is thick'

inpim inpim                   'very thick'

inpispis                         'naked, exposed'

inpispis inatih                'I bathe nude'

inputz                           'good, suitable, well'

inputz ubah                   'healthy, well, he is healthy'

inputz uut                      'handsome, pretty'

inputz apatnah               'he works well'

aha'k'oih inputz             'it turns out well'

ma inputz                      'bad, unsuitable'

in putz ha'                     'good water, unsuitable water'

inbak'ahr                      'dangerous, risky'

inbak'ahr e bihir            'dangerous trail'

inbak'ahr e winik           'dangerous man'

inbar                             'heavy'

inbar ubiht                    'one's heavy load'

ma achi inbar                'light (in weight)'

in bihk'                         'small, little, a few, a bit of, slightly, somewhat'

in bihk' u bu'r                'one's few beans'

in bihk' hun                   in p'ihk' jun  'bit of paper'

in bihk' atz'am               'pinch of salt'

in bihk' tokar                'tiny cloud, speckled clouds'

in bihk' ni we'                '???, bit of food'

in bihk' e karer              'slight intoxication'

 

p. 48O

inbihk' awayan              'sleep a little, nap, doze'


inbihk' axinah                'walk a little, take a little walk'

inbihk' karaih                'get slightly drunk'

inbihk' awe'                  'eat a little, nibble'

inbihk' apatnah ira u irar            'work a little from time to time'

k'asi inbihk'                   'break slightly, break partially'

inbihk' ha'                     [hak' : water] 'a little water, light rain or shower'

inbihk' taka                   'only a few, only a little'

inbihk'ar                       'little, slight, little of'

inbihk'ar utzutz              'one's thin hair, thin haired'

ayan inbihk'ar ubu'ur    'he has a few beans'

inte' inbihk'ar e ich        'a bit of chilli'

inbihk' inbihk'                'tiny, minute'

inbihk'inbihk' e takar     'tiny clouds, the clouds are tiny (speckled)'

inbihk'ir                        'little thing, bit of'

inbihk'ir e ha'                'small stream of water (as from a pipe)'

inbihk'ir uyabich            'one's stream of urine'

inbihk'ir uyarar uti'         'bit of one's saliva, a spit'

inbihk'ran                      'decrease in quantity, become little' [cl.3]

inbihk'res                      'make small, reduce, make a few of' [cl.2a]

inbitz'bitz'                      inp'ic'p'ic'  'smooth, slippery, slick'

inbon                            'many, much, excessive'

inbon e ha'                    'much water, heavy rain'

inbon u ch'ich'er            'excessive menstruation'

inbon uy arar uti'           'excessive saliva'

inbon uta' uchikin          'excessive wax in the ear'

inbon uya'bich               inbon uya'pich  'excessive urinal flow'

inbonob                        'many things, many people'

inbon yahr                    'many times, often'

inbon                            inp'or    'increasing, much'

inkohm                         inqohm  'short, low'

inkohm utzutz                'one's short hair, short-haired'

inti' winik inkohm utzutz             'a short-haired man'

inkohm tz'i'                   'short dog'

inkohm ukur                 'short penis'

inkohr inkohr                inqohr.inqohr  'one by one, a few'

ink'un                           inq'un    'soft, weak, feeble, ?????, phlegmatic'

ink'un ukur                    'impotent, unable to erect the penis'

ink'un u ti'                     'sore teeth or mouth'

ink'un uni' uchu'             'tender nipples'

ink'un anam                  'soft mud'

 

p.481

ink'un ink'un                  'very soft, very tender'

inku'x                           inqu'x   'pimples, covered with tiny sores'


insak'                            'rough, rough-surfaced, chipped'

insak' u k'eweer            'rough skin or hide'

insak' u ti'                     'rough or chapped lips'

insak' u weerar uti'        'rough or chapped lips'

insak' u pa't e te'           'rough bark of a tree' 

insak' u pa't unuk'         'rough skin on nape of neck'

insak' tun                      'rough stone, volcanic rock'

insa's                            'clear, transparent'

insa's ha'                       'clear water'

insa's sa'                       'clear (strained) atol'

insa's tun                       'any clear or transparent stone'

insa's chicha'                 'clear chicha (ready for drinking)'

insipik                           'purple, dark blue, black'

insis                              'cold, cool'

insis e k'in                     'the day is cool (cold)'

insis e ik'ar                    'the wind is cool (cold)'

insis u chi'ich'er             'cold-blooded (a reptile)'

insis ut e ha'                  'cold spring (of water)'

insis e kar                     'the greens are "cold"'

insis ha'                         'cool or cold water'

insis ik'ar                      'cold wind, cool wind'

insis kar                        "cool" or "cold" greens or vegetable (eaten to relieve a "hot"

body condition)'

insis te'                         'lemon tree'

insis ut ha'                     'cool or cold spring (of water)'

insu't                             'acid, of acid condition'

insu't insu't                    'very acid'

inxek'                           inxe'k'   'irritating (as to the skin)'

inxuk'                           'fermented, of a strong taste or odor'

inxuk' chicha'                'fermented chicha'

inxuk' uyabich               'strong, smelly urine'

insuk'suk'                      'completely fermented'

intaka                           'merely, only, no more, ??, just'

intam                            'deep'

maachi intam                 'shallow'

intam e ha'                    'the water is deep'

intam kohn                    'deep stream'

intat                              'thick, dense (s a liquid)'

intat sa'                         'thick atol'

intat chu'                       'buttermilk, cream'

 

p. 482

inte'                              'a, one, thing, person, someone, the next, a little or a few of'

inte' winik                     'a (one) man'


ayan inte' ta ayotot        'there is one (or someone) in your home'

inte' uixim                     'a little of one's maize, one's bit of maize'

xe nte'                          'another, another person'

inte'nte'                         [inte'-inte'] 'each one, one after another'

inte'nte' k'in                   'each day, daily, day after day'

inte'nte'n yahr                [inte'nte'-inyahr] 'each time'

inte'nyahr                      [inte'-inyahr] 'once, one time, next time, another time'

inte'nyahr oniix              'once long ago'

inte'te'                           'stiff, unbending, paralyzed'

inte'nte' unuk'                'one's stiff neck, stiff necked'

inte'nte' utzutz               'stiff haired'

inte'nte' tuno'r               'completely paralyzed'

intoch                           'snub, flat-pointed, blunt'

intoch uni'                     'snub-nosed, flat-nosed'

intoch uneh                   'snub-tailed'

intoch uchikin                'blunt-eared, short-eared'

intoch uchu'                  'flat-breasted'

intran                            [? in-tar-an] 'difficult, requiring effort, scanty, hardly'

intran u musik               'difficult breathing (as in asthma)'

intran a musihkah          'he breathes with difficulty'

intran awayan               'he hardly sleeps, he sleeps with difficulty (he has insomnia)'

intran uyabich               'scanty urine, lack of urine'

intran ahron                  'speak with difficulty, stutter'

intuh                             'foul, stinking'

intuh ut e pa'y               intuh ut e p'a'ij   'stinking skunk'

intuh u nichir                 'stinking flower'

intuh te'                         'any stinking plant; altanís, artemiso (cul. shrub

                                    with stinking leaves)'

intuh tz'ak                     'any stinking remedy'

intum                            'narrow, thin'

intum uyok e nar           'thin maize stalk'

intum ubuch                  'thin scrotum (as of an ox)'

intum upa't                    'its thin peel or bark'

intum taka                     'thinly, narrowly'

uxuri intum taka            'he dices it thinly'

intuch                           'snub, flat-ended'

inchich                          'tough, hard, inflexible'

inchi'                             'sweet, fresh, green; sweet-honey'

 

p. 483

inchi'ich                        'any sweet chilli'


inchi' kar                       'fresh edible greens (as at the beginning of the rainy season'

inchi' sa'                        'fresh atol'

inchi' chab                    'sweet honey'

inchi' chicha'                 'fresh unfermented chicha'

inchi' chu'                      'fresh milk''

inchoh                          'valuable, esteemed, right, moral, loved, lawful, genuine, real'        

inch'ah                          'bitter, bitter honey, any wild honey, zacate amargo (a wild green)'

inch'ah utz'ak                'one's bitter remedy'

inch'ah te'                     'tin boco (wild shrub)'

intzah                            'tasty, savory, fresh, sweet (as fruit)'

intzatz                           'hard, ripe'

intzatz nar                     'hard, ripe maize'

intzatz bu'ur                  'ripe beans'

intzatz te'                      'any hardwood tree'

intzohr                          'placed in a line, line up, formed into a procession, straight'

intzohr uchab                'three ollas of a sugar vat'

intzohr, mak te'             'straight fence'

intzohr tun                     'rock fence, rocks placed in a straight line'

intzuk                           'old, worn out (in reference to inanimate objects only)'

intzuk uyex                   'one's worn-out trousers'

intzuk intzuk                  'very old, completely worn out'

intzutz                           'hairy, shaggy, feathery'

intz'a'n                          'piquant, seasoned'

intz'a'n ich                     'any piquant chilli'

in ubaa'r                       'able to hear, acute of hearing'

inyah                            'sore, painful, poisonous'

inyah uche'k                  'one's painful sore'

inyah una'k uut              'sore eyes'

inyah uyeh                    'sore teeth, sore gums'

inyah ut uyeh                 'one's sore tooth'

inyah uyeir                    [uyeh-ir] 'sore teeth'

inyah uch'orch'or           'sore throat'

inyah uku'm                  'sore testicle(s)'

inyah ubahker               'sore joints'

inyah ut ubahk              'a sore joint'

 

p. 484

inyah uchan                   'sore cramp'

inyah ut usuy                 'sore rectum'

inyah uchu'                    'sore breast'

inyah unak                    'sore stomach (or abdomen)'


inyah upat                     'sore back'

inyah uk'ab                   'sore arm'

inyah ut uyok                'sore foot'

inyah uk'ahk'ar              'sore inflammation'

pi'nyah                          'higuero tree'

inyahr                           [in-y-ahr] 'one time, once, as soon as, when, first,  first time'

inyahr anumuch cha'te' k'in        'as soon as two days pass, after two days'

inte'nyahr                      'once, next time'

ko'raanyahr                  [ko'ra.inyahr] 'a few times'

maachi inyahr                'not once, never'

nian inyahr                    'at no time, not once'

oni'nyahr                       'the time before, once before'

xenyahr                        'this time, that time'

inyahr oniix                   'once long ago (??ch for introducing stories)'

inyahr taka                    'only once'

inyahrer                        'immediately, at once, quickly, suddenly'

inyahrer u k'ux              'one's sudden pain, jabbing pain'

yho'piix inyahrer            'he came quickly (at once)'

kiki inyahrer                  'go quickly! go at once!

inyahrih                         'next time'

inyahri'                          'the time before, last time'

ibach                            'armadillo'

ir                                  'see, look attention'

ira                                'see or look, look at, pay attention to, examine, decide, find out' [cl.2]

ira taank'ohr una'k' uut              'look with one eye'

ira hay                          'find out if (whether)'

ira iran                          'look! Watch out!'

iroh                              'stare, keep eyes open, look on, watch (as a spectator)' [cl.3]

irohse                           'watch, stare at' [cl.2]

irohsen aut                    'open your eyes!'

iron                              'look, stare' [cl.3]

iron aut                         'read'

eeron uut                      [a-ir-on] 'he reads ("his eyes stare")'

eeron in ut                    'I read ("my eye stares")'

irse                               'point out, show, guide' [cl.2]

irse e bihir                     'point out the way (to someone)'

irse uyotot                    'point out someone's house'

irah                               'here, this place, now, present moment, moment of time, (ratito)'

[right away]

irah waten                     'here I come, now I come'

e winik irah                   'the man here, this man'


e hab irah                     'this year'

koche irah                    [kocha.irah] 'like this, in this manner'

ehmar irah                    'down here'

xeirah                           'this [demons. pron.]'

 

p.485

irahirah                         'from time to time, every little while, now and then, little by little''

irahirah impatnah           'I work from time to time'

irahirah ak'axih e ha'a    'it rains now and then'

irahirah aboroh ninar    'little by little my maize increases (in the milpa)'

irah xa                          'right now, at the moment (ahorita)'

irah tar                          'this place, this locality'

irato                             [irah-to] 'still, yet'

yet' is                            'sweet potato'

is k'opot                       [k'opot : herb] 'camotillo (small wild herb)'

is te'                             [te' : plant] 'jicama, jicama de comer, jicama de coronilla (cul. trailing vine)'

k'an is te'                      'canistél (sapodilla-like tree)'

is t'et                            'camote silvestre (a wild fibrous ground vine)'

iskoyol                         'huiscoyol (wild palm)'

ix-,  -ix                         '(feminine prefix and suffix, used on only a few stems)'

ix                                  'a going'

ixih                               'go or lead in a certain direction (as a road), proceed  from one place

or state to another' [cl.3]

axih                              [a-ix-ih] 'it goes (in a certain direction)'

e bihir a xih ta chiram    'the road leads to town'

axaawayan (axih a-way-an)      'he goes to sleep'

imbihnu hay a xaak'axi e ha'      'I wonder (worry) whether it is going to rain'

ixin                               'go' [cl.3]

iinxin                             [in-ixi-in] 'I go'

ixin axanah                    'to take a trip, go for a walk'

k'ani iinxin inxanah ta Chiquimula   'I wish to take a trip to Chiquimula'

ixin nahatir                    'go far away'

ixin takar                      'accompany, go along with '

ixin tam ee ha'               'wade'

ixin tor e ha'                  'travel by water, voyage'

ixin tuupat                     'go behind, follow, lag, stalk'

ixin tuubah                    'trespass'

ixin tuut (ta uut)             'go ahead, lead'

ixin tuuyok                    'to follow footprints, track'

ixin awaraah                 'go visiting'

aaxin ak'axih e ha'         'it is going to rain, it is about to rain'

iinxin inchamse              'I am going to (I shall) kill him'


ixinix                             'already gone, completely gone [this has the special meaning of

"he has abandoned his family"']

chaaxin                         [che a-ix-in] 'make someone go, send a person'

uche iinxin                     'he makes me go, he sends me'

ixinbir                           'gone'

ixinbir tuupat                 'followed, gone behind'

ixik                               'woman, of female sex'

ixik takin                       'puny anemic woman'

 

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ixik muluk                     'potato'

ixik te'                          [te' :plant] 'hipericón (small cul. H. herb, much used in connection

with childbirth)'

ixim                              'maize [cf. nar], shelled or seed maize, maize-like'

ut ixim                          'maize grain'

ut e ixim                        'shelled maize'

ha'tz' ixim                      'maize threshing'

lup ixim                         'washing boiled maize'

ixim ak                         '[ak : grass]  'teosinte, zacate teosinte (tall perennial grass)'

ixim k'opot                   [k'opot 'weed'] 'requín (small wild herb plant)

ixim te'                          [te' : tree] 'sheep-fruit (wild lowland tree; fruta de cabra, güilugüishte)'

ixkahre                         [from ixkar] 'old woman'

ixmih                            'yield maize or maize-like fruit' [cl.3]

ix k'ana'n,  ix k'ana'n nana'    'female spirit of beans (consort of ihben, male spirit of maize'

ixti k'a'par                     'variety of string bean'

ixto                               'thus, for this reason; therefore, then (Sp pues)'

ich                                'secretion, water of an organism'

uyich e ixele                  'menstruation, menstrual flow'

uyich ubah                    'any secretion of one's body'

bur ich                          'perspiration'

ichih                             'secrete, "water" [cl.3]

war aichih una'k' uut      'his eyes are watering'

ichiaar                          [ichih-ar] 'secreting, secretion'

ich'                               'any small growth or protrusion'

ich' tuut usuy                 'hemorrhoids'

ich'ie'r                           [ich'i'-e'r]  'blistery, pimply, pimply condition'

ich'ie'r uut                     'pimply face'

ich'ie'r tuno'r ubah         'pimply all over his body'

ich'i'                              'blister, pimple (grano)'

ich'i' ubah                     'body pimple(s), shingles'


ich'i'burer                      [p'urer : fever] 'any feer with blister or pimples,

                                    specifically smallpox'

ich'i'r                            [ich'i'-ir]  'blistery, pimply'

ich'i'ran                         'blister or pimple, break out with blisters' [cl.3]

ich'i' raner                     'pimply condition'

ich'i'res                         'cause pimples or blisters' [cl.2a]

 

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x mah                           'be late, be long, delay' [cl.3]

tard i'x                          [Sp. tarde ] 'late, very late'

ich                                i'ch      'chilli, any chilli-like plant or fruit'

irak ich                         'any cultivated chilli'

k'optar ich                    'any wild chilli'

pa'hk'ib ich                   'chilli orchard'

pa'k' ich                        'chilli-planting'

sinam ich                      'chilli de alacrán'

ich k'opot                     'chilca, malayerba (a wild lowland shrub)'

ich te'                           'syn. for ich k'opot <i'ch.k'opot>'

k'an ich te'                    q'an i'chk.te'  'pimientillo (wild shrub)'

ichir                              'chilli-like, resembling chilli'

ichirih                           'yield chilli or chilli-like fruit' [cl.3]

ichran                           'contain chilli, taste of chilli (as a food)' [cl.3]

ichres                           'add chilli (to food)' [cl.2a]

ichresnib                       'chilli bowl'

 


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