yurupari, jurupari (or any flutes forbidden to women)

Semantic Field
culture-mythology
Part of Speech
Meaning Spanish
yurupari
Meaning Portuguese
jurupari

Languages

Language Orthographic Form Phonemicized Form Gloss as in Source Etymology Code Proto-Form Proto-Language Loan Source Etymology Notes Wanderwort Status Etyma Set Word Structure Word Structure Notes General Notes Source Created By
Kakua hũʔ-wãʔ hũʔ-wãʔ unknown No info a ritual complex in various parts of Amazonia involving sacred flutes/trumpets, forbidden to women. See Language page Katherine Bolaños
Nheengatu Yurupari Jurupari evil forest spirit unknown a ritual complex in various parts of Amazonia involving sacred flutes/trumpets, forbidden to women. See Language page John Blaha, Lauren Franklin, PLE, Alyssa Wadley
Cubeo bɨkɨ poẽ-wa sacred trumpets/yurupari unique Other complex old person-ANIMATE.PL a ritual complex in various parts of Amazonia involving sacred flutes/trumpets, forbidden to women. See Language page Tanja Baeuerlein; Alyssa Wadley
Hup dohó-d'ǝh ['transformers'?] dohó-d'ǝh ['transformers'?] unique doho literally means 'transform' Other complex d'ǝh is plural animate marker; 'transforming-ones' a ritual complex in various parts of Amazonia involving sacred flutes/trumpets, forbidden to women. See Language page Pattie Epps
Dâw mâáç mə̌c unknown Tukanoan? Macuna tɨ̃tɨ (agamн trompeta); Simplex a ritual complex in various parts of Amazonia involving sacred flutes/trumpets, forbidden to women. See Language page Ana Paula B., Pattie Epps
Yukuna waka'aperi wakaʔapeɾi 'flauta Yuɾupaɾí' Yurupari flute (flauta Yurupari) inheritance Proto Rio Negro Cognate Tariana? luwiluwí 'ceremonial trumpet' Derived possibly something relating to 'command' + flute? a ritual complex in various parts of Amazonia involving sacred flutes/trumpets, forbidden to women. See Language page Ana Paula B., PLE
Tariana píɾi 'flauta de Yurupari' píɾi 'flauta de Yurupari' Yurupari flute inheritance Proto Rio Negro Cognate Yucuna? Simplex a ritual complex in various parts of Amazonia involving sacred flutes/trumpets, forbidden to women. See Language page Ana Paula B.
Baniwa kówai Semantic shift Probably from name of culture figure/deity, who is believed to embody the flutes. a ritual complex in various parts of Amazonia involving sacred flutes/trumpets, forbidden to women. See Language page Ana Paula B.
Paresi ihozare ihuðare a ritual complex in various parts of Amazonia involving sacred flutes/trumpets, forbidden to women. See Language page Ana Paula B., PLE
Yukpa sokɨ (SM) sokɨ (SM) a ritual complex in various parts of Amazonia involving sacred flutes/trumpets, forbidden to women. See Language page Ana Paula B., Melody Ann Ross
Kalapalo kagutu ("large flute used in men’s ceremonies") kagutu ('large flute used in men’s ceremonies') a ritual complex in various parts of Amazonia involving sacred flutes/trumpets, forbidden to women. See Language page Joyce McCormick
Tikuna ngo-ó (??) (Alv44) ŋoʔó a ritual complex in various parts of Amazonia involving sacred flutes/trumpets, forbidden to women. See Language page Daniel Valle, Zach Burnett, PLE
Puinave bon bon a ritual complex in various parts of Amazonia involving sacred flutes/trumpets, forbidden to women. See Language page Daniel Valle, Zach Burnett, PLE
Yagua rúnda (Chaumeil 1993) rúnda (Chaumeil 1993) a ritual complex in various parts of Amazonia involving sacred flutes/trumpets, forbidden to women. See Language page Daniel Valle
Makuna tʉ̃tʉ (agamí trompeta) tɨ̃tɨ (agamí trompeta) a ritual complex in various parts of Amazonia involving sacred flutes/trumpets, forbidden to women. See Language page Amanda Novak, Tanja Baeuerlein
Kamayurá jakui jakui a ritual complex in various parts of Amazonia involving sacred flutes/trumpets, forbidden to women. See Language page Rebekah L. Evans