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Quechua Open dictionary by Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

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Also used is Unqa, Uturunco or better Uturunku is the Quechua name of the Puma, American Tiger or better known as the Jaguar. Its scientific name is Panthera Onca. There is the legend of the Runa Uturuunku (of the jaguar man).


It is the name of a timber tree of very light wood, which is also known as balsa or guaguaripo, guano, lano, lanero, topa, polak or balso. Its scientific name is Ochroma pyramidale or Ochroma lagopus and it belongs to the family Malvaceae. This name is given in Peru and Bolivia.


It is a word of the Quechua language that means complicated, difficult, hard.


It means knocking on the door, knocking on the door.


It means exchanging blows, hitting each other. Punching or shoving each other. There is an ancestral dance that takes place mostly in December and is called Takanakuy.


It means cultivating, sowing on one's own land.


It means encounter, discovery, discovery.


It means encounter, discovery. Also son of the grandson, great-grandson.


It is a word from the Quechua language that means cough, bronchial condition. Expectorate.


Type of thick wool . Uncarded wool. It is also the name of a plant of the Family Poaceae (grass). Grass, straw brava .


It means aunt, sister of the father.


It means believed, believer, faithful, relative to religion.


It means frozen, freezing cold, in Quechua. Icy, yerto. In Honduras it means army.


Nasca and Nazca are also accepted. It is the name of a town in Peru, it is a city and district that belong to the Province of the same name, which in turn are part of the department of Ica. The word is of Quechua origin and means dominated or subdued people. It is also the name of a liquor or brandy used by slaves and made from grapes. Variety of pisco .


It means with pain, sore, suffered, tormented, that you are suffering.


In Quechua it is a food made with purple corn flour mazamorra, cloves and toasted and ground citrus peels. It is a drink that is served hot.


It means painful, severe pain.


It means causing pain, which causes pain.


It is a word of the Quechua language, which means to cultivate, to sow, to plant.

aycha kanka

They are two words of the Quechua language. They mean roast meat, roast meat (or also fried meat). Aycha means organic meat or tissue and kanka means roasted, roasted or fried meat.


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