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  1. The Yaqui language belongs to the Uto-Aztecan language family. Yaqui speak a Cahitan language, a group of about 10 mutually-intelligible languages formerly spoken in much of the states of Sonora and vingdisclangnirempfarhandlogebirdwirec.xyzinfo of the Cahitan languages are extinct; only the Yaqui and Mayo still speak their language. About 15, Yaqui speakers live in Mexico and 1, in the US, mostly Arizona.
  2. Five days after the first two Jesuit missionaries set foot on Yaqui territory, they had already christened five thousand Yaqui natives. Today Yaqui religion is a complex syncretism of native and Catholic beliefs. There are no contradictions whatsoever between them, nor any supremacy of one over the other.
  3. Florsheim Bad Weilbach, Deutschland. 28th June, The cat Yaqui watches the TV on Thursday () in Florsheim-Bad Weilbach with a World Cup hat made by her owner. The year-old animal is usually present at the FIFA World Cup prizes when her mistress, Brigitte Flohr, is feverish with the German team.
  4. Apr 18,  · Holy Week in a Yaqui Village. Culture. Yaqui feet, photo by Paul Ross. Yaqui feet, photo by Paul Ross. Judith Fein Posted on Apr 18, 0 shares Judith Fein Posted on Apr 18, I have always wanted to visit a Yaqui village—ever since I read the books of Carlos Castaneda about his shamanic apprenticeship with Yaqui Don Juan. Since that.
  5. Yaqui, Indian people centred in southern Sonora state, on the west coast of Mexico. They speak the Yaqui dialect of the language called Cahita, which belongs to the Uto-Aztecan language family. (The only other surviving speakers of the Cahita language group are the related Mayo people.) The Yaqui.
  6. Oct 03,  · Cajemé was born to Yaqui parents in Villa de Pitic, now called Hermosillo, the modern-day capital of the Mexican state of Sonora, in His Christian name at baptism was José María Bonifacio Leiva Perez. His Yaqui name of Cajemé, used throughout most of his adult life, means “The one who does not stop to drink water.”.
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  8. Yaqui Name. Yaqui (pronounced YAH-kee).Their name came from the river, Rio Yaqui, along which they lived. Rio Yaqui most likely meant “chief river.” The tribe has also been called Cáhita, which is the name of their language. They refer to themselves as Yoeme, (sometimes spelled Yueme).The plural form of their name, Yoemem, means “The People.”.

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