(a loanword from Spanish)
Principal English Translation:
dragonfly (partially a loanword from Spanish, from avión, airplane)
Attestations from sources in English:
This variant is cited by Jonathan Amith, observed in Oapan, Guerrero. He wrote: "In Oapan the term aabio:ntsi:n is used (lit. 'little toy airplane'). Although this is descriptive it might come from a folk interpretation of a:yoyontsi:n as the words sound similar"