jibaro

Ji·ba·ro

 (hē′bə-rō′)
n. pl. Jibaro or Ji·ba·ros
1. A member of a South American Indian people of eastern Ecuador and northeast Peru.
2. The language of the Jibaro, of no known linguistic affiliation. In both senses also called Shuar.

[American Spanish Jíbaro, from earlier Xívaro, from Jibaro shuar, indigenous people.]

ji·ba·ro

 (hē′vä-rō′)
n. pl. ji·ba·ros
1. A rural inhabitant of Puerto Rico.
2. The country music of Puerto Rico.

[Puerto Rican Spanish jíbaro, from American Spanish jíbaro, member of the Jibaro people of South America (noted for their resistance to colonial rule); see Jibaro.]
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Dinamica de los principales gremios de aves que habitan la arrocera sur del Jibaro, Sancti Spiritus, Cuba.
Although rural imagery is recurrent throughout Burgos' poetic corpus, critics have generally stressed the bold ways in which the poet distinguished herself from the masculinist cultural imaginary proposed by the members of the Puerto Rican Generacion del 30, who celebrated the island's countryside and jibaro as the true and sole sources of national identity.
La lengua shuar pertenece a la familia linguistica que se denomina jibaro pero creemos que la terminologia mas adecuada seria familia linguistica "chicham" para evitar el termino despectivo.
While American photographic discourse in the early twentieth century constructed Puerto Ricans as Taino and African, located in the "natural" world, paradoxically Puerto Rican artists deployed a white jibaro and the black woman as worker and servant.
A partir del tratamiento literario de temas concretos como la migracion y adaptacion cultural, estos autores exploran cuestiones mas profundas tales como la identidad nacional dentro y fuera de la isla, la representacion de lo puertorriqueno mediante la figura del jibaro, la importancia de la fe catolica, el papel de la mujer como guardiana y portadora de los valores nacionales y, especialmente, el rechazo a la asimilacion linguistica y cultural.
The majority of this chapter focuses on Walcott's rejection of the call to emblematize the African Caribbean peasant as the icon of cultural retention and authenticity, much as the white jibaro is now consolidated as the authentic representation of culture in Hispanic Caribbean islands.
2], ocupa la porcion oriental del municipio La Sierpe, limitando al norte con el municipio Majagua (provincia de Ciego de Avila), al este con el municipio de Venezuela (provincia de Ciego de Avila), al sur con el Mar Caribe y al oeste con el Consejo Popular El Jibaro.
But--more importantly for the development of my own vocal style and musical taste--I also remember them playing seises, aguinaldos, and trullas while my grandmother Carmen and my great-uncle Quique sang with their beautiful, nasal, jibaro voices.
Por lo tanto, este trabajo informal que muchas veces no deja para un sustento diario, induce muchas veces al joven al involucramiento en actividades ilicitas como robar y vender drogas en la ciudad, en la cual puede llegar ganarse 50 mil pesos al dia o mas de acuerdo al jibaro (24) y/o al numero de compradores por dia en el sector.
Wanda Hanke es una etnologa austriaca que dono piezas de los jibaro y tukuna de la primera mitad del siglo XX a la coleccion de etnologia de la Universidad Complutense, piezas que estan entre las mas valiosas del catalogo.
These brief excerpts provide a glimpse into a unique contact variety that incorporates jibaro, Hawaiian, and Pidgin English features.