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Meaning of pilón



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Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez

pilón
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Battery is large or giant. Augmentative of battery. In Colombia is a home implement made in wood and giant Cup way in which detaches the corn bran, then cooking it. Also said you pilon to the mallet or stick that hit corn. The activity is called pillar or thresh the corn. A pylon is also a concave bowl of stone, which is used for grinding. In Mexico it means sweet, brown sugar or gratification on a purchase.

  



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Margarito Cázares Guerrero

In the North of Mexico is the name of a river

  

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Adrián

Here in Sonora Mexico Wimpy Word referred to the bonus in the form of sweets to the shopkeeper or owner of a small cram or changarro accorded to children who we went to buy products that our parents we had uncles or neighbours. The children preferred to go to the store where given pilon. And my grandmother would say that pylon was or was a piloncillo of crystalline sugar that in a time of scarcity was used to sweeten the coffee.

  











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