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De la Villa Arga. Hotel Palacio Valdes. Suite Aviles. Motel Cancun Aviles. All hotels in Aviles When they married the native women, their families called the Spaniards "tarascos," meaning "brother-in-law," but the Spaniards thought they had just been inducted into the tribe of Tarascos and that now they, too, were Tarascos. Thus, the Mexicans to this day call the Huichol natives by that ancient misnomer. The phenomenon of "reshaping" would help to explain the apparent discrepancy. Such may well have happened to the perceived Hebrew source of the word "blessed.
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Post a Comment. The Linguistics Club. I have been searching for a definitive etymology of "bruja", the Spanish word for "witch," for years. Scholars, including Joan Corominas, says it is of uncertain origin.
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I am frankly puzzled by this, because the origin of the word seems to me to be absolutely clear. However, to discern it, one must know some Hebrew. Wikipedia offers the following: "There is no sound etymology for this word, which appears only in Portuguese, Catalan, Galician and Spanish other romance languages use words derived from Latin strix, -igis , originally an owl or bird of evil omen. Posted by El Profe at PM.
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Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom. I took my M. My masters thesis was an analysis of Zulu and a preparation of drills to teach Zulu to English speakers. I taught the first college-level Linguistics course ever taught in the NYC public high schools, and had three sections of 34 students per section for several years running. For me, linguistics is the chemistry of language.