In the Departments of Cauca and Nariño in Colombia and Ecuador is a way to call the mestiza woman. It also means mulatto. By female extension of the village, village. Another way to call it is bolsicona. The word is a deformation of the term of the quechua Llapanga language, which means barefoot, which walks on a clean foot. She is a type of woman who is usually engaged in fabrics, embroidery or idiotry.