Aymara


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Ay·ma·ra

 (ī′mä-rä′, ī′mə-)
n. pl. Aymara or Ay·ma·ras
1. A member of a South American Indian people inhabiting parts of highland Bolivia and Peru.
2. The Aymaran language of the Aymara.

Aymara

(ˌaɪməˈrɑː)
npl -ras or -ra
1. (Peoples) a member of a South American Indian people of Bolivia and Peru
2. (Languages) the language of this people, probably related to Quechua
[from Spanish aimará, of American Indian origin]
ˌAymaˈran adj

Ay•ma•ra

(ˌaɪ mɑˈrɑ)

n., pl. -ras, (esp. collectively) -ra.
1. an American Indian language spoken on the Altiplano of S Peru, Bolivia, and N Chile.
2. a speaker of Aymara.
[1855–60]
Ay`ma•ran′, adj.
Translations
لغة أيمارا
аймара
aimara
ajmarština
aymara
Aymara
Ajmara lingvo
aimaraaymaraidioma aimara
aimaraaimaran kieli
aimaraaymara
आयमारा
ajmarski jezikAymara
bahasa Aymara
aímaríska
lingua aymara
アイマラアイマラ語
아이마라어
aimarųaimarų kalba
aimaru valoda
Aymara
aymara
język ajmara
aimarálíngua aimará
ajmarščina
ајмара
aymara
Aymara
аймара

Aymara

[ˌaɪməˈrɑː]
A. ADJaimara, aimará
B. N
1. (= person) → aimara mf, aimará mf
2. (Ling) → aimara m, aimará m
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Identity components of young evangelical Christian Aymara women
En este sentido, para comprender la configuracion etnica del pueblo aymara no interviene solamente el idioma, ni la permanencia de algunos rasgos culturales, sino que, sobre todo, variables que se encuentran en los niveles economico, social y politico de la sociedad nacional (Gonzalez y Gavilan, 2011; Gavilan, 2015).
They aims to present this alternative world view, expressed in regional weaving terminology, and the classificatory system on which it is based, together with the basic definitions of each structure and technique, for a wider public interested in textiles in general, and in Andean textiles in particular, drawing from first Quechua, and secondly Aymara languages.
Uno de estos casos es la estrategia no violenta aplicada por el pueblo aymara desde hace varios anos.
Gabriela Canedo Vasquez acompana la experiencia vivida por una joven aymara boliviana, Mireya Pacosillo, quien hace una reflexion de lo que implica ser aymara en tiempos modernos y los cambios que se producen cuando se vive la identidad en un Estado reconocido como plurinacional.
The author of this study traces the lives of four twentieth-century Aymara intellectuals who were forebears of contemporary decolonization politics in Bolivia.
Peru has a population of about 31 million people with official languages Spanish, Quechua and Aymara.
At a makeshift stall in Rodriguez Market in La Paz, an indigenous Aymara woman--long black plaits hanging down her back, a bowler hat balanced precariously on her head--says proudly that her country has more types of potato than Peru.
Aymara Indians are celebrating the year 5,524 as well as the Southern Hemisphere's winter solstice
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