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Cayambi Caranqui Open dictionary by Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

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curiquingue, curiquingui (curi-quingui), curiquinga

It is one of the common names given to a medium-sized bird of prey in the family Falconidae. Its scientific name is Phalcoboenus carunculatus. It is also known as matamico parameño , carancho , matamico carunculado , caracara paramuno , caraca curiquingue and carancho carunculado . It was one of the sacred birds of the Incas.


It is a word that is the name of a domestic animal: pig, pig or pig. Piglet, piglet.


Name of locality in Ecuador . It means village, old town, ancient settlement, hamlet.


Name of a lagoon in Ecuador, located in Tabacundo, Pichincha Province. It is also called Laguna Chiquita. Name of a neighborhood in Quito . Waters of the Shiri or Shyri (Name of a creek in that sector).

tabango, tabangu (taba-angu)*

It means old, lord, old, wise. An old man who knows he deserves respect. Ancestor. It is also a surname in Ecuador.


It's a word that means people, especially if it's old or ancient.


It means village, village, locality, site. In English and Greek mythology Ker was the personification of violent or bloody death. It is equivalent in Roman mythology to Mors or Letus.

camba huasi

It means party at home, joy at home. Name of an Ecuadorian folk song in sanjuanito rhythm. Name of an Ecuadorian Andean musical group.


It means boy, young person, teenager, boy.


Also a type of sweet biscuit in Paraguay.

ñanpi (ñan-pi)

Ñampi is also used. q1May meanwater path, water path, stream. It is also one of the common names given to an edible plant, also called taro, taro, pituca. Its scientific name is Colocasia esculenta and it belongs to the Araceae family.

ñawpa, ñaupa

It is a word that means remote, ancient, past, previous (of the year of upa). Very old .


It is a word that means path, path, path. Where I walk or walk.


It can mean small, low, dwarf. It is also the name of a small hill (Omoto onqo) used as an oratory in the Puna, opposite Qespi Qanchis.


It means dress, costume, suit. Clothing, attire, generally referred to that of women. Clothing, women's clothing.


It is a word of origin in the Cayambi language, which means round, or also seed, grain. Colorado, is one of the common names for a class of mites. They are also called coquito yaya, piojito de cigarra, mojosa, coloradito, isango, chirote, pinolillo, tlazahuate (which in Nahuatl derives from tlalzáhuatl, which means "scabies of the earth"), plows (in Mexico), chivacoas belong to the Trombiculidae family.


Cream. thick substance . Potingue , ointment .


Inchic or better yet inchik, means peanut, legume plant of edible fruit. Its scientific name is Arachis hypogea of the Fabaceae family. In Spanish it is also called peanut, caguate, peanut.


It means stomach, belly, belly. Ruminant's stomach.


It can mean debt, loan, usury. Chulquero is a lender. usurer. Hard, strong, tough.


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