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Glyph T109.168:41 - CHAK CH'UL AJAW / CHAK K'UL AJAW

CHAK CH'UL AJAW / CHAK K'UL AJAW (chak ch'ul ajaw) (T109.168:41) 1 > adj. + n. "great holy lord" 2> adj. + n. "red holy lord"

<> (JM) Functions as the Emblem Glyph of Chinikih├í, Chiapas. Alternatively CHAK CH'UHUL AJAW / CHAK K'UHUL AJAW.

(PM) Alternatively CHAK CH'UHUL AJAW / CHAK K'UHUL AJAW.

(CH) > CHAK-[K'UH]AJAW (chak k'uh[ul] ajaw) chak k'uh-ul ajaw ~ adj. n.-attr. n. "great godly lord", "great divine king".

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