C / CH

Letter C/CH: Displaying 101 - 120 of 5698
kɑkɑwɑnɑːntɬi
Orthographic Variants: 
cacahuanāntli

tree planted to give shade to cacao shrubs (see Karttunen)

for a fire to light after all.
kɑkɑwɑnilistɬi

fame or news (see Molina)

kɑkɑwɑpinoːlli

the cocoa drink, or the powder for it (see Molina)

kɑkɑwɑposoːnɑlloːtɬ
Orthographic Variants: 
cacauapoçonallotl

cacao foam, cacao froth (see Molina)

kɑkɑwɑkilistɬi

a temperature or a fever (see Molina)

s.t. whose insides have been eaten away and is now hollow.
kɑkɑwɑtɬ
Orthographic Variants: 
cacavatl, cacaoatl, cacáhoatl, cacavateros

cacao bean(s), also known as cocoa beans (see Molina); and by extension, other small, hard round things such as beans, nuts, and eggs; cacao beans also served as money; the word cacahuatl additionally refers to the cacao plant(s)

peanut.
Orthographic Variants: 
cacahoaxochitl

"cacao" flower / herb (late sixteenth century, Tetzcoco?)
Ballads of the Lords of New Spain: The Codex Romances de los Señores de la Nueva España, transcribed and translated by John Bierhorst (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2009), 33.

to take a horse to an enclosed place after all.
to go fetch a horse after all.
to leave s.t. someplace for a relative after all.
kɑkɑlɑkɑ

for the bells to ring; or, for a pottery container that has little stones in it to rattle; or, for cocoa beans or the like to be damaged when they are counted or thrown on the ground (see Molina) (an onomatopoetic word)

for s.t. that is hollow and filled with small things to make a loud sound upon falling or being shaken.
A. Una cosa que se cai o lo avientan y se escucha fuerte.”Aquel huaje se escucha porque ya se secó su semilla”.
kɑkɑlɑkɑlistɬi

the crashing sound or clatter of things breaking (see Molina) (an onomatopoetic word)

kɑːkɑlɑːtʃ
Orthographic Variants: 
cācalāch

a cockroach (see Karttunen)

kɑkɑlɑtʃtik
Orthographic Variants: 
cacalachtic

someone thin, gaunt (see Karttunen)

kɑkɑlɑtʃtɬi
Orthographic Variants: 
cacalachtli

a rattle (see Karttunen)

an old machine or appliance that no longer works.
kɑːkɑlɑːtʃtoːtoːtɬ
Orthographic Variants: 
cācalāchtōtōtl

a wasp-eating bird; a Mexican flycatcher (see Karttunen)