r-ca /káá / v 1hang colgar Rca-du'uxh mansan There are a lot of apples hanging up there. Hay muchos manzanas allá. (sem. domains: 7.3.2.4.1Hang |Colgar.) 2hang from (of fruit); be on (of fruit) Cad is rr-ca naxh lo yag. Every year, there is fruit on the tree. Cada año, el arbol da fruta. (sem. domains: 7.3.2.4.1Hang |Colgar.) 3be located in a high place colgar; estar en un lugar alto Ya' ca mansan The apple is high up. La manzana está alto. La nu'-za'c ca-w le'eny amac Estás bien en la hamaca? (sem. domains: 8.2.6.3High |Alto.) 4have (a birthmark, scar, pimple) on (a part of the body) tener (una mancha de nacimiento, un cicatriz, o un grano) en (una parte del cuerpo) Le'eby ca toby beldgito xnia loby. He has a red portwine stain on his face. El tiene un lunar rojo en la cara. Catoby sen ni'a I have a scar on my leg. Tengo un cicatriz en mi pierna 5wear (hats, glasses, shoes, etc.) tener puesto (sombreros, lentes, zapatos, etc.) Ca sapat ni -a' I am wearing shoes. Tengo puesto los zapatos. {The item of clothing is the subject of the verb and the part of the body is the object. |La prenda es el sujeto del verbo y la parte del cuerpo es el objeto. }(sem. domains: 5.3.7Wear clothing |Usar prendas de vestir.) 6leaning (supported by something) inclinado 7be (a certain hour) estar (una hora) Rca tsuptoby It is (generally) eleven o'clock (when...) Son las once. Ca tap-ni' It is four o'clock. Son las cuatro [com. cwáá]r-ca ... mam carry (a baby) on the back , r-ca di'n buy on credit , r-ca gi burn (Related to: r-cwa /kwáá/ put (hats, glasses, etc.) on (another person); cf: n-acw /áákw/ wear, r-acw /àʰkw/ wear (shirt, dress), r-ay /àày/ wear (skirt, diaper, etc), r-be'cy /bè'ky / abandon; fight; lay (eggs), n-u'u /ù'ú/ exist; live have. )