2 ARREBATARv:Tóok pay, jáan pay.
3 ASARv:K'áak'at, póok, tóok.
4 DEFENDERv:Áantaj, took.
5 DESPOJARv:Luk's, took, tseel.
6 INCENDIARv:Tóok, elel, t'aab.
8 QUEMARv:Chuuj, tóok, elel.
9 QUITARv:Took, luk's, tseel.
10 SANGRARv:Took', k'i'ik'ankil.
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