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Home-Of ancestral origin was name given to a deeply sacred place which was usually the center of the houses of the old families; Incidentally were very extensive, possibly 300 or 500 people forming families. The home was the place where took place the solemn loita ( marriages, acceptance of people with the family, among others, around the sacred fire each family considered had turned on his older relative; Some people thought that since the beginning of humanity or assume that the man had checked this element.


CLIENT-In ancient Rome customer was equated to a Roman family, looking for their protection, sometimes the guardianship or the Guide to some great character. Often people are made of any family to earn their trust and customers in the future marriage with a member of this or another prestigious family. It was also common that a person interested you become a client of a given family to trade with her. Also made customers intending to worship the same God.


VERDICT-means that truth. When a judge issued a ruling on a matter that has been given consideration ( his trial gives its verdict. It is a legal truth, it's true that circulates in parallel to the real truth. The verdict may be in the same sense of the real truth; but it can also be different from her. This has to do with the ability of lawyers to enforce their arguments.


CAPON-Gallo infertile therefore grows more than normal and is used so that it empolle the eggs. The same chickens give back to stun him and already confused throw you on eggs to make them empolle it. By similarity to infertile men are called CAPON, Mandilón, Manpolón, among others.


PIRADA.-person who has lost the reason. Some translate it as crazy. But rather it is a State of obnuvilación, i.e., a State of alienation momentarily generated by a strong impression.


Obnubilación.-It is a mental state momentanéo in which the person does not reason properly or paralyze their normal impulses. The word originates from it is believed that those who suffer a great impression sees things through the clouds.


Azarear-is a shyness State caused by a shok which receives a person, is usually linked with a print of an erotic nature. There is who equates it to chiviar but the concept of this word is more general. Azarear is used frequently and accurately in Comitán, Chiapas, Mexico.


CLAUDIA-O Claudio means: " the lame to walk ". the Roman Emperor Claudius (Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus ) It was named for being lame. In Rome CLAUDIUS was a nickname.


GODFATHER-By sacrament le of baptism also is known as the father of stack. The padrinasgo creates a link between the participants, mainly the Godson, los compadres and wives. This relationship is not legally recognized.

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DO right-Was a seigniorial right by which the feudal Lord ( founder of the feud ) could have intercourse with the wife of one of his servants. There is a certain parallelism between some animals, for example with the dominant apes who have relations with all the females of his herd. A similarity to the Greek legends in which the gods abused human and they surgian demigods also have this archaic custom. This abuse was not necessarily considered humiliating.


FOLLAMIGO.-40 person, man or woman ) You have casual sexual relations with another.


HEEL-lel Center of the Mexican Republic means to borrow money to the passers-by. This generally is carried out in elementary or secondary school students to raise money for a particular purpose. Possibly it of heel refers to how much they have to walk them money calling in the streets to achieve its objective.


PANTHEON-Is an area dedicated to bury corpses to bury them well. The pantheons monuments are concepts and styles for the pantheons bury people of dintintas religions and even those not professing any also have room. This is the difference between Pantheon and cemetery. All the monuments in the cemetery are identical; as with the gringos cemeteries in which all the crosses are uniform.


GRINGO-During the punitive expedition that American troops began looking for the unique invader us have had, whose name was Francisco Villa ( Doroteo Arango ). The population see this military force shouted them "GRINGOS ". Apparently the first syllable was referring to the colour of the uniform of the invading (GREEN = GREEN ) the second part is aludia to GO, which means go.


CEMETERY-Ground that is used to bury corpses, is characterized because all the monuments are identical and uniformed; they are usually pure white crueces.


VILLAIN-the villain was originally the person who lived in the village. On the outskirts of the city. In the cottages. It currently has a negative connotation.


ITACATE.-In the State of Morelos, Mexico and particularly in Tepoztlan called itacate to a tortilla folded with cheese, similar to the quesadilla; to which is added cream, onion and sauce.


NICARAGUA-means " here Nahoas ". The Aztecs who spoke nahuatl there as nahoas; they conquered Mesoamerica and South reached precisely what it is today known as Nicaragua.


COMITECO.-is the name given to people originating from the city of Comitan, Chiapas, Mexico. In that region also referred to as COMITECO an intoxicating drink which is used as a wine of consecrate.


JACUANE.-is the name given in Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas, Mexico to the Yerba Santa, also known in other places as momo. The leaves of this plant is extremely fragrant so it is used for the preparation of delicious tamales.


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