Y

Letter Y: Displaying 1241 - 1259 of 1259

to alter the limb; to revive someone (see Molina)

Orthographic Variants: 
yonta, yota, yotan, yontas

a yoke (of oxen); or, a measure of land, perhaps the amount a yoke of oxen could plow
(a loanword from Spanish)

Orthographic Variants: 
yutla moxicos

if it is not agreed; if it is appealed; if it is complained about

evening or dusk (see Molina)

to listen at night (see Molina)

to wander or roam at night (see Molina)

the act of roaming (see Molina)

a place where you roam (see Molina)

someone who roams (see Molina)

night (see Molina)

the middle of the night (see Molina)

night birds (see Molina)

a night bird (see Molina)

last night (see Molina)

to make a shadow by standing in front of others (see Molina)

to stay up late perhaps in a certain place (see Molina)

to stay up late perhaps in a certain place; to make a shadow by standing in front of others (see Molina)

Orthographic Variants: 
yuyupeuiliztli

the fall of dandruff or of the like (see Molina)

Orthographic Variants: 
yyoiyaue

an interjection made in sorrow or misery (see Molina)