Crónicas Mesoamericanas by Horacio Cabezas Carcache (ed.)

By Horacio Cabezas Carcache (ed.)

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Así, la referencia puede ser al “paraje (o pueblito) en los lugares abiertos (llanos)”. 118 Ajcha(a), ajk’aam, ajtzolaj, (tzunu)nche, ajch’ab’, ajpokob’. Parece una lista de componentes de guerreros quichés [k’iche’s]. Tales guerreros aparecen en otras fuentes (Recinos, 1957:104-110; Carmack y Mondloch, 1983:228; Maxwell y Hill II, 2006: pt. 2:31), como “alféreces”, “guerreros”, “lanzadores”, “arqueros”, “los que llevan escudos (escuderos)”. 119 Oyew achij, “los guerreros bravos”. El significado de oyew es “enojo, cólera, rabia”.

Tepewal es una palabra nahua y, como señaló Eric Thompson (1943b:23), lleva la connotación de “grandeza, gloria”. 3 Flauta hecha de hueso. Procede de Iximché (Chimaltenango). Postclásico Tardío. Largo: 21 cm. Museo Nacional de Arqueología y Etnología. Foto de Rolando Rosito. 33 Robert M. Carmack y James L. Mondloch Quiché [K’iche’] Español 19 wi, xpoq’ wi ronojel wa’e Q’ula Xelaju--Chaj ruk’ ronojel Sija Pa Malaq’ Pa --jil. ] 20 ----naj pu = ri aja ---y ab’aj = aj raxa cha = --- jun uchuch uqajaw ri --na(qaj) Chi Ismachi’ Pan K’ib’ Pan Pakay ch - ik ruk’ Muquis Ilokab’ ( c)huchax - (j)un chik rox K’iche’ chun (s)ajkab’ --- q’aq’al tepewal xb’anik kumal aj --- e qamam e qajaw ta xni(mar) K’iche’.

Esta palabra no aparece en los diccionarios antiguos. Talvez sea una referencia al pueblo de Walil, mencionado en los Anales de los Kaqchikeles (Recinos, 1950:67; Maxwell y Hill II, 2006: pt. 2:67). Miles (1957) identifica a los Walil con los habitantes de Acasaguastlán, un pueblo en el este de Guatemala donde residieron hablantes de Poqomam y posiblemente Pipil. Maxwell y Hill II (2006: pt. 2:68-69) sugieren que había un señorío importante en esa zona oriental, cuyo gobernante se llamaba Sinpwal Taxuch (un nombre de origen nahua).

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