Hay 2 traducciones principales de Mayan en Español

: Mayan1Mayan2

Mayan1

maya, adj.

Pronunciación /ˈmʌɪ(j)ən//ˈmeɪ(j)ən//ˈmaɪən/

adjetivo

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    maya
    • They looked more like Aztec or Mayan symbols, but in a Romanized kind of style.
    • Most of the indigenous groups are Mayan, although small numbers of Pipil Aztecs live in the southern and eastern areas and Xincas in the east.
    • Wall paintings and mummified owl remains of have been discovered in ancient Egyptian tombs, and the owl motif was used in Egyptian as well as Mayan hieroglyphics.
    • The meaning, the authors report, as with all Mayan writing, is difficult to decipher.
    • At the time it wasn't clear which of the many Mayan languages this might refer to, but now the situation has been clarified - sort of - by Gibson himself.
    • Now this relic may have been the Mayan ruin it was purported to be.
    • Fiestas are the major form of public worship and sometimes conform to the 260-day Mayan religious calendar.
    • The owl motif was used in Egyptian as well as Mayan hieroglyphics.
    • Gonzalez said the skeleton did not appear to be Mayan, but with no tools yet found, almost nothing is known of those first inhabitants.
    • The great Mayan cities were all built around cenote and the Maya regarded them as sacred.
    • Maya Gold is produced using cocoa grown by Mayan farmers in Toledo, an impoverished jungle region of southern Belize.
    • Africa had its mini-empire in Ghana; Central America had its Mayan civilization.
    • Breaking up their beach vacation for a day, they visited some Mayan ruins nearby.
    • Language issues can be intimately linked with assimilation, as children sometimes reject both their Mayan language and customs.
    • The country's religions are Roman Catholic, Protestant, and traditional Mayan.
    • Further, the program had gained acceptance from dozens of Mayan communities.
    • At the site today, all spheres of Mayan and Tolteca society are on display: administrative, religious and recreational.
    • Virtually all of those killed were Mayan, who represent 82 percent of the local population.
    • I remembered the Mayan naming system was based on a series of numeral days, as well as a repeating cycle of constellations.
    • Profits from any commercialization of products from the project were to be split four ways, with a quarter going to participating Mayan communities.
    • Other ancient and sophisticated calendars are the Athenian, the Egyptian, the Incan, the Aztec and the Mayan.
    • The Spanish seized Mayan lands and enslaved their populations, sending many to labor in the mines of northern Mexico.
    • We are Mayan people; we speak twenty-two different Mayan languages.
    • Approximately one-third of the indigenous population speaks only a Mayan language.
    • It has beautiful countryside, with lakes and mountains, and a fascinating culture, both Mayan and colonial.
    • His work was further influenced by extensive travel and by Mayan, Chinese, Japanese, and Islamic traditions as well as his own Scandinavian roots.
    • Frida Kahlo dramatized this feeling of being divided between cultures: the European and the Mexican Mayan.
    • But this word still lives on, in many of the Mayan languages, not least for the games that children play with grass balls.

Hay 2 traducciones principales de Mayan en Español

: Mayan1Mayan2

Mayan2

nombre

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    Maya
    • When Monteczuma's envoys came to Tabasco to find out information about Cortes, they spoke only Nahuatl while Cortes's Spanish translator spoke only Mayan.
    • With songs in Spanish, English, Mayan, and Zapotec, it reflects the babel of voices that is our ever-expanding border region.
    • There was a fireplace to her left that had a few trinkets from a Mayan expedition on the mantle: a clay doll, a small clay tablet carved in Mayan, and a stone jaguar.
    • Apart from Mayan and Epi-Olmec, the language groups of most of the Americas are not dealt with.
    • The movie will definitely be performed in Mayan, an ancient pre-Colombian language.
    • At first I thought it might be Mayan or another Latin-American indigenous language since these language groups are increasing in the area.