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Meaning of vecera by Felipe Lorenzo del Río

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Female vecero adjective. In my asturleonesa land, as a noun equivalent to vecería, vacada or gathering of all duty-free cows ( wastelands) in a place to graze in the communal areas, cared for on the road or by shift by the neighbors or parishioners depending on their property . Elsewhere the same was done with non-transhumante sheep, mares, donkeys or pigs during the summer, more or less, from early May to San Miguel. Then, as Joaquín Díaz collected, it was sung: "The shepherds are already going to the Extremadura; already stays the saws sad and dark. The shepherds are leaving, they are leaving; more than four lags are left crying. . . "


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