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Glyph T188v:520 - ACH-cha

ACH-cha (ach) (T188v:520) > n. "penis," with cha as phonetic complement to distinguish ach  "penis" in Yucatec Mayan from at  "penis" in Ch'olan Mayan

<> (JM) See AT.

(CH) 1> ACH-cha (ach) ach (T188v:520) ~ n. "penis" in Yukatek or eastern Ch'olan form 2> me-se (mes) mes (T188v:520) ~ n. unknown meaning 3> PACH?-cha (pach) pach (T761b:520) ~ num. class. "time(s)" numeral classifier used in event constructions at Caracol and Tonina. Allomorph of PAT-ti (paat)?

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