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Miguelmigelsp. var. ofMigueli*Michael
Miguelimiguelinprop*Michael*MigueBorrowed from SpanishBorrowedsp. var.Miguel
-milemilenPossessor 1sfx11pl ourConfident22poss hon. 'thy'3plural (after kin terms)4other poss (problematic ex)
-milemalamilemalaadjsfx3plPoss 'their'
-milenomilenonsfx1alternate 1pl possConfident2your (referring to deity)
*milimili(shining)comp.milicolightning be lustrous-co4v
milicamilikasp. var. ofmilico 1lightningcomp. of*mili-co4
milicomilikov1lightningsp. var.milica2be lustrousProbablecomp. of*mili-co4-co4
milisurumilisuruneyebrow?Probable
minemine1pro-form(s)he/itél, ellaProbable2npersonpersonahochieno ysichiqe mineno eyobueta qeqi manda and you want to do it with another personConf, f1 1.2mine isinimano "aruquila chimante niaruquile heleqete nahiabota hache" masiqe..The person said "you think that I am a boy, but know that I am [not] a boy at all," he said.Conf, f1 1.6In this sense, often followed by the augmentative -no suffix.Confident3nsir, ladycaballero, dama Nanacu mine Iesu Christoma anocomile Cruzima vnamiqimaqua, nahibisonta hitima nihamimilebuohauemichu nina huribuononima nanibuisota isonoleqe heca hachinorocomilela.Because in her, Jesus Christ our Lord died with his holy limb stretched out, and his bleeding flesh, and like that during the middle of the day he freed use from our enemies.Por que en ella Iesu Christo nuestro señor murio estirados sus sanctos miembros, y carne sagrado, y assi por medio della no[s] libró de nuestros enemigos.1612 Cat 2.1This sense of the word acts like a title preceding the name of an honored person. Pareja in the Arte (f60v) writes "Este mine también significa el señor, ó persona de respecto"Confident4nmaster, ownermaestro, dueñoEfa mine anocomima melaba anolaThe dog is compassionate, and merciful toward his owner and children, Arte, f41Confident5pro-formselfConfidentdial. var.mìne
mìnemìnedial. var. ofmineLady; Lord person master, owner self? (s)he/it
mine cocomine kokodial. var. ofminecocorefl
minecocominekokoproreflexivereflejivodial. var.mine coco
minecotaminekotafirstConfident
miniminivcome by, pass byProbable
minominovarrivellegarDiosi ano namelabuonomima naboheta, nabohomita mine hebuanomima vquata yaleta ysono terama intequa hachibueno ysticoma hanta tera ynino chiqe nainta nalimo aboma naminonolete.By believing in God's mercy and observing His law and refusing all bad things and acting well, one arrives in heaven. (1612 Cat, f60v)‎‎De modo que confiando en la misericordia de Dios, y guardando su Ley, y apartandose de todo lo malo, y obrando bien, se va al Cielo.Arte lists yuque as another form; possibly the suppletive plural (f110); also at f113vConfidentminosocomp.minosovreceive
miqimikin1armbrazoNanacumine Iesu Christoma anocomile Cruzima vnamiqimaqua, nahibisonta hitima nihamimilebuohauemichu nina huribuononima nanibuisota isonoleqe heca hachinorocomilela.Because in her, Jesus Christ our Lord died with his holy limb stretched out, and his bleeding flesh, and like that during the middle of the day he freed use from our enemies.Por que en ella Iesu Christo nuestro señor murio estirados sus sanctos miembros, y carne sagrado, y assi por medio della no[s] libró de nuestros enemigos.1612_CAT 2.1This word is typically preceded by una 'body'.Confident2branchramaDescomulgado caremano, Sanctocare communioni canatamala Aye leheco miqi yanqua cochonolenimano ayemate mulumate balunu inta monima naminote tila Naqueniqe descomulgado caremano Sancta Iglesia isomitota matileqe, Diosi mano minete quiemico bontetila.This is why they are called the excomulgated, because they don't have the comunion of the saints, and they are as branches that have been removed from a tree, as members removed form the body, they don't participate in the good vibrations that are expanded throughout other branches, or joint memebers, from here we can infer how much attention must be paid to the comunion, because we can't have God as Father or the church as mother.Por esto se llaman descomulgados, porque no tienen la comunion de los Santos, y son como ramos cortados del arbol, como miembros apartados del cuerpo, que no participan del buen humor que se esparze entre los otros ramos, o miembros unidos; y de aqui podeys colegir, quanto caso se ha de hazer de la descomunion, pues no puede tener a Dios por Padre el que no tiene la Iglesia por Madra.MovDoc f 6.1Confident
miricamirikaquantalltodoElamano anomirica carososi botelahacu anocote ...The sun illuminates (causes to be clear) all people, but if any person ...MovDoc f 2.1Naquene mano, Rey caremate, caqi vtichucu ano miticamate, suluquita chumosiletela. So kings and all people of this earth are like ants.MovDoc f 2.7Confident
miricomirikovcomplete?Tentative
miroquamirokʷandeath, loss
mirramirranmyrrhmirra
misimisiv1go forwardavanzarArte, f8Confident2create?crearArte, f8Probable
misiqùilamisikʷ̀ilavbe vigilant, watch?Appears in two passages about the cherubim who guard the gate of paradiseTentative
miso1miso1nolder brotherhermano mayorPoyna misoma. My older brotherMi hermano mayor.1612 Baptism f56r-60rProbable2nold manhombre viejoConfident3adjolderConfident
miso2misovsendenviar