Laram Q'awani

(Isluga-manta pusampusqa)
Laram Q'awani
Isluga
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Laram Q'awani, Qhawaraya, Tata Sawaya Space Shuttle-manta rikusqa (NASA)
Mama llaqta Flag of Chile.svg Chili
Tiyakuynin Tarapaka suyu, El Tamarugal pruwinsya, Qullchani
Walla Buliwyap Kunti Wallan, Antikuna
Hanaq kay 5.550 m
Tinkurachina siwikuna 19°09′S 68°50′W
Laya (Stratovolcano)
Ñawpaq wichasqa: 1913
Qhipaq ninachasqa:
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Saywitu

Laram Q'awani[1][2] (kastilla simipi: Volcán Isluga) nisqaqa Chili mama llaqtapi, Buliwya suyup saywan ñiqpi, huk nina urqum, Tarapaka suyupi, El Tamarugal pruwinsyapi, Qullchani munisipyupi, Laram Q'awani mama llaqta parkipi. Pikchunqa mama quchamanta 5.550 mitrum aswan hanaq.

Kay ariqpa sutinqa aymara simim, larama anqas,[3] q'awa wayq'u, [4] -ni huk aymara k'askaq.

Kaypipas qhawayLlamk'apuy

PukyukunaLlamk'apuy

  1. Penelope Dransart, Earth, Water, Fleece and Fabric: An Ethnography and Archaeology of Andean camelid herding, 2004 (inlish simi), p. 39: "... Laram Qawani (marked on the maps as Volcán Isluga) ..."
  2. Henry Stobart, Henry Stobart, Rosaleen Howard, Knowledge and Learning in the Andes: Ethnographic Perspectives (inlish simi), p. 62: " ... selltements in Isluga are clustered around the volcanic mountain known as Laram Qawani ... which literally means "the place with the dark blue valley" ..." .
  3. www.katari.org Larama (adj.) Azul
  4. aymara.org/biblio/diccio_tarapaca.pdf Q'awa (quebrada); Qawa. = aporque
"https://qu.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Laram_Q%27awani&oldid=612398" p'anqamanta chaskisqa (Wikipedia, Qhichwa / Quechua)