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Published: Thu, November 09, 2017
World | By Lorena Waters

Mariamonteiro: INDIGENOUS NAME OF AMERICA

Mariamonteiro: INDIGENOUS NAME OF AMERICA

It is easy to understand that many of us born in this territory baptized by the colonizers as America, are of European descent, but they are of European descent.

Such an irreversible fact, does not prevent us from fighting for the true identity of our continent and recover among other things its true original name with which the Indians agreed to call it before the arrival of Colon: ABYA-YALA

According to the ABYA-YALA Cultural Center based in Quito, Ecuador, this is the term with which the Cuna (Panama) denominate the American continent in its entirety. The choice of this name (which means LAND IN FULL MATURITY) was suggested by Aymara leader Takir Mamani, who proposes that all indigenous people use it in their oral documents and declarations.

Name Ideology
Hispano- or Ibero-American Colonial
Latin America Independence, Republic
Pan-American Imperialism
Indo-American Social Revolution
Euroindia Indigenous claim

Origin of each Hispanic country

It comes from argentum (lat. Plata), hence the name of Rio de la Plata which was the natural way for Spaniards to reach the silver deposits of the Potosi region in Bolivia. (We still say today in Spanish: "this is worth a Potosí"). Before it was called River Solis, by its discoverer.

The state of Bolivia was created by Marshal Sucre, who gave him this denomination in honor of Simon Bolivar, "El Libertador," a leader of American independence, who was properly Venezuelan.

The indigenous people called this region the name Aymara of tchili, an indigenous word meaning 'snow' or 'end of the world' (Finis Terrae). Christopher Columbus, although the discoverer of America was never there. The name of the capital, Bogota, comes from the Inca bacatá which means 'recreation center or distraction center'.

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The Spaniards called this country impressed by its richness and its gold deposits. Columbus disembarked on the island of Cuba on October 28, 1492, during his initial voyage to the New World.

In honor of the daughter of the Catholic Kings, her benefactors, Columbus called her island Juana, first of the various names that she received successively; Then called Fernandina (in honor of King Ferdinand the Catholic) and finally was called Cuba as a variant of its aboriginal name Cubanascnan, which in the language of the Indians siboney means 'mountain'.

It bears the Christian name of Jesus, the Savior, the name given to his capital. Quiché, 'land of many trees', 'land populated with forests', was the name of the most powerful nation in the interior of Guatemala in the sixteenth century. The same meaning has the word Nahuatl Quauhtlemallan, which is probably a translation of the name Quiché and which, as well as this one, accurately describes the mountainous and fertile country that extends to the south of Mexico. There is no doubt that the Aztec name Quauhtlemallan, from which the modern Guatemala was derived, applied to the whole country and not only to the capital of the Cakchiqueles. "[Adrian Recinos' Note to the Preface of the Popol Vuh. In: http://www.uweb.ucsb.edu/~jce2/popolpre.htm]

Called thus by the many difficulties that Christopher Columbus had to "anchor" in some of its coasts by the storms In August 1502. Fondear & gt; Background & gt; Hondo & gt; ('Tiefe').

The name of Mexico comes from the Aztec mexitli, which means 'pueblo de los Mexicas', a name given to the Aztecs in honor of their war god Mexitli. It is also called the federal capital, Mexico City. The name of Mexico retains its ancient writing with equis, but is pronounced like jota in Spanish.

Its name derives from Nicarao, a famous cacique who ruled the region when the Spaniards arrived, or the name of the indigenous people Of the Nicarao, that populated the region of the Pacific to the arrival of the Spaniards to the lands of Nicaragua.

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