Brazilian Spirit

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Monkey: that one that make micagens, caretas and imitations. REBNY is likely to agree. Malemolena: laziness, sleep. Nobel Laureate in Economics has plenty of information regarding this issue. Mandinga: Witchcraft, witchcraft, talisman, of quincago wants to say voice, curse. Maracatu: Brazilian dance afro-; of origin banta. Maribondo: Of quimbundo madimbondo, means vespo. Mocambo: Hut, clown, shelter of slaves, in the mind; of quincongo mucambu, that it means cumeleiro or straw roof tenheiro. It still finds mocambor north-eastern, farms, populations and villages with this name.

Moleque: Of quimbondo mu? leke, boy, boy, man young, person without word, amused youngster, man scoundrel. Mungunz: Of quimbondo mu? kunz, canjica, food of dry maize stew. Quicongo: reign, empire, directory. Quimbundo: individual of the quimbondos, people banto of the region of Angola, language of this people. Quilombo: Of quimbondo Kilombo, shelter, hiding place, fortified of run away slaves, generally distant encampment of the population of the rough ones or in places of difficult access. Quitanda: small it would mercearia, tray where if it displays candies for sale.

Quitute: of quimbondo ki? tutu, indigesto, refined food, would iguaria. Gumbo: fruit of quiabeiro that constitutes a capsule prolongated with the well formed tip, eatable while green. Samba: popular Brazilian with strong influence of the African row dances, music that folloies this dance, place where if she dances to the row sound. Senzala: Of quimbondo sanzala, lodging that if destined to the housing of the slaves of the farms and devices. Umbanda: Of quimbondo u? it flows, Brazilian, resultant religious form of the sincretismo of candombl, the espiritismo, the catolicismo and other cults. Zabumba: species of, wooden great, cylindrical drum and with both the closed extremities. I buzzed: Maximum leader of quilombo of palmes (century XVII); the word comes of the language bantas and meant spirit, ghost, that if binds the idea of immortality; it seems to be present in the spirit of the black movement of Brazil.