It is a word in quechua language meaning heavy, obese, fat, heavy, solid. It also refers to very heavy like lead or pewter metal.
I am sure that the quechua word "titi" originally meant 'Tin' and not 'lead', since the discovery of copper and Tin gave home to the bronze age. And it was on the banks of this lake where the genesis of estanifera exploitation were found.
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