Candomble

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Can·dom·ble

or Can·dom·blé  (kän-do͝om-blĕ′)
n.
A religion based on African traditions with elements derived from Christianity, practiced chiefly in Brazil.

[Portuguese Candomblé, ritual drum music, of Bantu origin (perhaps imitative of the sound of drums).]

Candomblé

(Portuguese kænˈdəʊmbleɪ; kændɒmˈbleɪ)
n
(Christian Churches, other) any of a number of similar religious cults in Brazil that combine elements of Roman Catholicism with elements of West African, esp Yoruba, and South American Indian religions
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pajelanca, tore, catimbo, Umbanda, Candomble de caboclo, etc.
46) Xangos o Catimbo, es el lugar donde se realizan las ceremonias religiosas del culto negro que en rio de janeiro se llama macumba y en bahia candomble.
In: Herbario etnobotanico: banco de dados; As plantas do catimbo em Meleagro de Luis da Camara Cascudo.
Among topics of the entries are African Americans in various Christian denominations, Catimbo, maroons, the Nation of Islam, the Orisha religion in Trinidad, Rastafari, Santeria, Shrine of the Black Madonna, Umbanda, and Wicca.
The roots of Catimbo are European, African, and Indigenous, and its rituals deal mostly with pragmatic practices such as healing, the confection of lucky charms, providing protection, and soothsaying; and incantations very much like the reza-brava Sao Marcos, which gives the title to the story.
Le livre enchaine avec les religions africaines qui se sont perpetuees et developpees parmi les esclaves transplantes dans le Nouveau Monde, ici illustrees par le vaudou en Haiti, la religion rastafarienne en Jamaique, le catimbo et le candomble au BresiL L'avant-dernier chapitre se penche sur les religions melanesiennes, nommement celles des Kwaio et des Tsembaga, le tout suivi d'une discussion des cultes millenaristes qui se sont succede dans cette region.
Algumas delas, como as manifestacoes religiosas, entre as quais o catimbo, tambem conhecida como jurema, um culto indigena, originalmente do seculo XVI, que associou caracteristicas das religioes africanas e do catolicismo iberico, e se mantem presente na Paraiba e em Pernambuco.
No Novo Mundo, da interacao com ibericos e os brasis surgiram novas maneiras de convivencia e novas expressoes culturais, como no universo religioso, do qual destaco o catimbo (ou jurema), culto indigena que inseriu em sua ritualistica alguns elementos do continente dos negros e da cultura dos brancos.
um papel mais ou menos central: pajelanca, tore, catimbo, umbanda,
In Cultura Afro-descendente no recife: Maracatu's valentes e catimbos, edited by I.
In the meantime it appears at first sight a definite fact that the transformation of African practices remaining on the archipelago, interwoven with their European equivalents, has not resulted in anything comparable to the macumbas, candombles or catimbos in Brazil.