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Dictionary of Maya Hieroglyphs


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Glyph T179 - SAK NIK

SAK NIK (sak nik) (T179) > adj. "white flowery"; used in the general "death" verbal phrase k'ay sak nik ik'il,  which broadly means "diminished its white flowery soul."

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