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chita oribatʃita oribasp. var. ofchito horibahour noon?
chitacotʃitakotʃitako1interrogwhoquiénChitaco intecho?Quien eres? | Who are you?Arte, f141Iesu Christo ano hamimilecono chitaconte?Quien es Iesu Christo nuestro Señor?1612 Cat 1.1Caqi mandacumelenoma chitaco emoqua ecata na ine?Who breaks this commandmentQuien quebranta este mandamiento?1612 Cat 1.1Arte f141 Plural forms like chitacocare make it seem that /ko/ is part of the root, rather than the -co suffix. When the following verb is ini 'be', the interrogative and copula often form a single word in the orthography. Many examples at Arte 67Confident2proanyone, no oneArte f141 Plural forms like chitacocare make it seem that /ko/ is part of the root, rather than the -co suffix. When the following verb is ini 'be', the interrogative and copula often form a single word in the orthography. Many examples at Arte 67Confident3prono onechicacotacotàco
chitotʃiton1headcabeza hachipile chitomano pilinoma torosalebila §...the head of the animal is [hard to] skin The head of the animal is the worst to skin: Conf, f5 1.2Acu Sancta Maria anocomile chito ofueno mate hachaquenta Pachi chumosinibisonolete?[and] over the head of Holy Mary our Lord, why does one make a similarity to a dove?What does it mean that the Holy Spirit is depicted in the form of a pigeon usually flying over Christ and the Virgin?Que significa, que el Espiritu Sancto se pinta en forma de Paloma, especialmente sobre Christo, y sobre la Virgen?Movilla 1635a:f026v-027 1.22.1.1HeadConfident2rooftechumbre, techoSoldado vahaleta yqilabota ynihemitileta fataqe ipoholamano ynibiti pahachitoma tohorotaqe qieminco eneta caquentela ... A soldier being very sick, his son saw almost enumerable ravens on all the roofs of his house... ‎‎Estando un soldado muy enfermo vio su hijo casi innumerables cuervos, por todas las techumbres de su casa...Conf, f2 1.1Confidentid.chito utasininoattack
chito hiribatʃito hiribasp. var. ofchitohiribanoon
chito horibatʃito horiban1hourhora2noon?Tentativesp. var.chi tooribachita oriba
chito horihibatʃito horihibasp. var. ofchitohori hiba
chito iribatʃito iribasp. var. ofchitohiribanoon
chito utasininotʃito utasinivattackacometimientoArte f34Confidentid. ofchitohead roofutasiniattack
chitohiribatʃitohiribannoontardeTentativesp. var.chito hiribachito iriba
chitohori hibatʃitohori hibannoonmediodiachitohori hiuasp. var.chito horihiba
chiyaratʃijaravburn?Tentativechiara
chiyotʃijosp. var. ofchioflower
chiyolotʃijolonbottlebotellaConfident
chobotʃobovunknown verb (offer?)
chocotʃokosp. var. ofchoncowhatever what
chocolotʃokolotʃokolon1side (of the body)lado (del cuerpo)2.1BodyConfident2spirit, soulespiritu, almaChocolo as a body part refers to the side, but in some passages it has a sense which is not physical, but refers to something like the soul or spirit.Confident
chocoritʃokori1vbe powerfulser poderoso o de gran alcanceArte 128 'hacer fuerza'Confident2vsaveguardar, ahorrar, salvarArte 128 'hacer fuerza'This often appears in combination with the verb paca, meaning approximately 'heal'.Confident3vdefend?defender, protegerArte 128 'hacer fuerza'Probable4adjstrongArte 128 'hacer fuerza'Confident5vbe sure?estar seguroArte 128 'hacer fuerza'Probable6adjvirtuous (with cume)chococori
chofatʃofanliverhigado2.1BodyProbable
chohotʃohovshellTapola chohono arala.It is much shelled corn.Arte f03 1.26.2AgricultureConfident
cholatʃolandrop (of water)?Tentative
cholo2tʃolonchestpechoProbable
cholo1tʃolovunknown verb
choncotʃonko1nwhatevercualquieraConfident2interrogwhatConfidentsp. var.choco
choratʃorasp. var. ofchorocome out (of liquid)
chorotʃoro1vcome out (of liquid)derramarNeqerota hùe tota napaqùisisota, mucuma, numa aboma acorosota enemìta, cume meya meya, cumeleta, mucubine chorotequa Diosima ysaconiquoso, mota, ysotaqere, naquana vti pêemomìta, nìpìtama vtima naminosta naquenihabela, honihe ano, nacutunu mìtonoleta Diosi, anocona, anopatafilesta, ca, nihìbuatale caqi istanayequa naquenihabela, mine, Diosi cumeletenco, toomama, naquoso [Fol 91r] nìhàbe mota, cume vle, vlemosota, nahebuatanimano, Ecce ancilla Domìnì, monimano. puestas las rodillas en tierra, pue∫tas las manos en el pecho, los ojos al Cielo, humillado el coraçon, y derramando lagrimas de ∫us ojos, y auiendo dado gracias à Dios por tan gran beneƒicio, luego po∫trando∫e ha∫ta llegar con el ro∫tro a be∫ar la tierra, dixo,1627 Cat 1.2Quenìqe nia, ebo habeleta, viro hono pochama, nìa vnamima chorosotaqe, nia hono pochamìma te pìtatequa vìro honopochamichu, yuchaqua, naha bososinta naya mesintamoqe naquana yache abo ma, soromìtequa vle, chapì minosotela nata ona quenta fatequa aruquilehauema equela tumacheqe ta anolebiletele minecota equela marecamaqua, ho nopocha mìchunu aruquilehauema yquìnechumota ysiocota mo[n]tanaqe embriom, motanìca fatele: Co besa equela peqecheqetamemano minoqe, ysi, leta [Fol 94r] chumota, fate coesa equela yucha[n]gala, memano mi noqe sayuba, chotorìta tosofaye. Segun dize S[an] Augustin, lib[ro] 83. q[uestiones] 56. y es senten cia de todos los Doctores, que para formarse el cuerpo de vn niño en el vientre de su madre tarda quarenta dias la naturaleça, conforme à la ley comun: por q[ue] en los seis primeros, la materia de que forma el cuerpo, tiene semejança de leche. En los nueue siguientes se conuierte en forma de sangre, despues en los doze que se siguen, viene à consolidarse, conforme à lo que dixo Iob 10. c[apitulo] none sicut lac mulsistime, &c.1627 Cat 2.1Baninocoma ynibinco Aristoteles Philosofo, ystanimano huquenumamaqua nainta ybinema pilalacata chorotaqe yntelamotanimano naqui mosima numaabo nabaninocoma nibimita yntaqe, baninoco chumosimano cume oyo milequa anoma cumelenotera anona ponosostanima nantela. The arch of the clouds [rainbow], says Aristotle, 3 Meth., always forms in the cloud which is distilling water...El arco de las nubes, dice Aristoteles, 3. Meth., siempre se forma en la nube, que está destilando agua,...Conf, f7 1.1Probable2ndrop (of liquid)gotaybinemola, chora, toomamatesp. var.chora