1. adj. Am. One person said: untamed, rude. U t. c. s.
2. m. y f. Col. y Ec. Farmer of the coast.
The origin of the word montubio dates back to the liberal period of General Eloy Alfaro Delgado, when among their ranks the majority of its volunteers were the peasant sector of the costa... Montubio derives from two Latin words, montis or mount low vegetation or populated with shrubs and trees; and bios, life; bone means person who lives with his family in the field.Author: Anonimo
MONTUBIO: IN ANY MEANING MAY BE THE MEANINGS, IN SUCH A WAY THAT THE EXPRESSION MONTUBIO IS A UNIVERSAL TERM THAT IS ATTRIBUTED TO SURLY, RUDE PEOPLE AND ORDINARY BEHAVIOR, THERE ARE IN ALL THE EARTH.Author: Alfredo Edgardo Alvarez Ahumada
The montubios are friendly people, our land lovers, honest, the word of a montubio is a writeAuthor: Anonimo
MY GRANDPARENTS YOU MONTUBIO SAID PEOPLE LITTLE COMMUNICATION OR RESERVED OR ALSO TO AN EMBARRASSED CHILD THAT IS IN THE NORTH OF PERU.I HOPE IT TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT OR WE CONTINUE RESEARCHING THIS WORDAuthor: ADO
It means shy, Cutervo Cajamarca PeruAuthor: juanca
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