I just don't see how Ca-brak-in can be right. As someone who studied chinese religion and language for 5 years, it hurt when people laughed at me when I tried to correct them. A pulque-god, 104. I. Toltec necromancer and sage, 14; reputed author of the Teo-Amoxtli, 46; and Quetzalcoatl, 84, Hueytozoztli (The Great Watch).

Village mentioned by Torquemada, 199, Migration Myths.

:c, I play more so for fun :p. I love Maya lore, history, modern history, etc. Inca general; in the drama Apu-Ollanta, 252-253, Sacrifice, Human, In connection with Teotleco festival, 69; with Toxcatl festival, 69-70; with Tlaloc, 76-77; displaced by "substitution of part for whole," 85, 116; in the Xalaquia festival, 87; in connection with Xipe, 93; Xolotl the representative of, 93; in worship of the planet Venus, 96; in sun-worship, 98-100, 101; the keynote of Nahua mythology, 166; among the Maya, 166; at Mitla, described by Father Burgoa, 202-203; among the Chibchas, 276; in Peru, 313, Sacrificed Princess, the legend of the, 123-124, Sacsahuaman. A curious Inca vase, 281, San Carlos.

City-state in Yucatan, 152; rises into prominence, 153 155; overthrown by allies, 156, Meahuan, Mount. Son of Xpiyacoc and Xmucane; in the myth in the second book of the Popol Vuh, 220-221, 224, 225, 227, "Wallum Olum."

The valley of; the Inca Tupac and the natives of, 288, Huaris (Great Ones).

Celebration or Feast Day: Unknown at present, Role: The Peruvian earth-goddess, 303, Pacharurac. Bird in the Kiche story of the creation, 209, Telpochtli (The Youthful Warrior). Varied significance of the, 72, 74, 76; association of Huitzilopochtli with, 72-73; associated with the bird, 73, Sierra Nevada (Mountain of Snow). You are a loving and caring individual with a tendency to put the needs of others before those of yourself. A manifestation of Tezcatlipoca, 66, Yatiri (The Ruler).

Sun-god of the Salish Indians, 83, Quacamayo Birds. I don't know how much she reaches out to linguists and/or native speakers for pronounciation, but maybe they need a Mayan expert. Mexican province; the nucleus of Maya civilisation lay in, 144, 149, Chichen-Itza. Do we sell Cabrakan graphic novels, books, video or role-playing games (RPG)? King of Chichen-Itza; the story of, 189, Capacahuana. Please Inform Us, A-Z Names Guardian spirit of the maize plant, in Peru, 295, Schellhas, Dr. And the Maya writing, 162; and names of the Maya deities, 168, Scherzer, Dr. C. Finds the lost Popol Vuh, 207, Sea. The civilisation of, I, 248-290; the country, 248-249; the people, 253-255; the mythology, 255-259, 291-327; government, 259-260, 290; laws and customs, 264-265; the calendar, 265-266; the festivals, 267; architecture and architectural remains, 259, 268-273; irrigation works, 273; no writing or numeral system, 278; craftsmanship, 259, 279-281; history, 281-290; religion, 291-313; human sacrifice, 313, Peten-Itza. II. Mixtec deer-god; in creation-myth, 120, Pumatampu. The first book: The creation, 209; the downfall of man, 209-210; story of Vukub-Cakix, 210-213; the undoing of Zipacna, 213-216; the overthrow of Cabrakan, 216-219; the creation-story probably the result of the fusion of several myths, 235. A teocalli near Tezcuco, 33-34, Xochipilli. II. Ruin at Uxmal, 191, Casas Grandes (Large Houses). A sun-and-moon god (Dr. Seler); in a Kiche myth recounted in the Popol Vuh, 210-213; possibly an earth-god, 237, Vukub-Came. The lake of, 300, Paricaca. In the story of Queen Mo, 240, 244-245, 246, Acalan. The god assigned to Mahacutah in the Kiche story of the creation, 230; turned into stone, 231. And the story of Canek, 189, Coh, Prince. The Chibchas and, 276, Quauhquauhtinchan (House of the Eagles).

a warlike race, founders of Chichen-Itza, 153, Itzamal. Place in Mexico; in myth of Huitzilopochtli's origin, 72, Urco-Inca. Aztec tribe; invade Toltec territory, 18; the great migration, 20; supreme in Toltec country, 20; probably related to Otomi, 25; allied with Nahua and adopt Nahua language, 26; conquered by Tecpanecs, 51, Chicomecohuatl (Seven-serpent). One of the four racial divisions of ancient Peru, 255, Quinames. Ancient Mexican race, 9; civilisation, features in, and character of, 9, 146, 148; compared with Oriental peoples, 10; meaning of the name, 10; place of origin, 10-11; route of migrations to Mexico, 12; theory of Toltec influence upon, 22; and cliff-dwellers, 24-25; territories occupied by, 25; writing system of, 34-35; calendric system of, 38-41; language of, 42-43; science of, 43; form of government, 43-44; domestic life of, 44-45; distribution of the component tribes, 47; authentic history of the nation, 48-53; religion, 54; Tezcatlipoca and, 67; influence of the Maya civilisation upon, 147; culture and religion influenced by climatic conditions, 148; invade Maya territory, 150-151; influence Maya cleavage, 151; in the Maya conflict in Guatemala, 159; the relationship of the mythology of, to that of the Maya, 166; difference in sun-worship of, from Peruvian, 307-308, Nanahuatl (Poor Leper) (or Nanauatzin). River in Peru; runs through the Intipampa at Cuzco, 261, Huathiacuri. Name of the planet Venus; myth of Quetzalcoatl and, 80, 96; Quetzalcoatl called, 84; worship of, 96; in the Mexican calendar, 96, Tlazolteotl (God of Ordure) (or Tlaelquani). Place in Peru; Huanca defeated at, 285, Tarpuntaita-cuma. Sounds waaaay too Americanized. Matrons who had charge of the Acllacuna, in Peru, 313, Mamapacha (or Pachamama). Area of expertise: Mountain, Mountains, Good/Evil Rating: Unknown at present Probable voyage to America, 4, Brinton, D. G. Theory as to the Toltecs, 21; on Quetzalcoatl, 81; translation of a poem on the Peruvian thunder god myth, and comments on the myth, 300-301, Burgoa, Father. Island on Lake Titicaca; Huaina Ccapac and the lake-goddess and, 299, Apocatequil. At Tikal, 196, Tenochtitlan. A Maya people of Guatemala, 157-159; their rulers supreme in Guatemala, 158; their story of the creation as related in the Popol Vuh, 209; origin of, as related in the Popol Vuh, 229-230; fond of ceremonial dances and chants, 238, Kiche (or Quiche) dialect, 145, 209; the Popol Vuh originally written in, 207, 209, "Kingdom of the GreatSnake." Village; in Coniraya myth, 323, Huascar, or Tupaccusi-huallpa (The Sun makes Joy). Treasure chest roll? Wife of Vukub-Cakix; in a Kiche myth, 211-213, Chimu. The plain of; ruined city on, 271; the palace, 271-272; the ruins display an advanced civilisation, 272-273, Chipi-Cakulha (Lightning-flash). Manco Ccapac sings, 321, Chanca. The villa of Nezahualcoyotl, 133-136, Tezcuco. Keep up. A bas-relief at El Castillo, Chichen-Itza, 190, America. River in Peru; regarded as an oracle, 296, Huillcas. A name of Pachacamac, which see, Pachayachachic. First king of the Toltecs, 14, "Chamayhuarisca" (The Song of Joy).

The Mexican, 38-41; an essential feature in the national life, 38; resemblance to Maya and Zapotec calendric systems, 38, 169; possible Toltec origin, 39; the year, 39; the "binding of years," 39, 40; the solar year, 39; the nemon- temi, 39; the "birth-cycle," 39, 41; the cempohualli, or"months," 39-40; the ecclesiastical system, 40; the xiu-malpilli, 40; the ceremony of toxilmolpilia, 41. Conqueror of Peru, 255, Pizarro, Pedro. Sacred city of the Incas, 310; ruins of, 273; in the Coniraya myth, 322, Pachacamama (Earth-Mother). Name given to the image of Chicomecohuatl by early investigators, 88; Payne on the error, 88-90, Tepeolotlec. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. The city; the lost Popol Vuh found in, 207, Gucumatz (Serpent with Green Feathers). In Quichua the same sound is given to the intermediate 'c before a consonant and to the final c, as in "chacra" and "Pachacamac."

Look at how Ah Muzen Cab pronounces his name. A sun-god, 101-102; his feast, the chief solar festival, 101-102, Totemism.

Campaign for the capture of victims for sacrifice, 98-99, 100, Xolotl. Not sure of the spelling? A bird-maiden; in the myth of origin of the Canaris, 319, Torquemada, Father, His work on Mexican lore, 57; on Mitla, 199, Totec (Our Great Chief). Door to be passed before reaching Rock of Titicaca, 311, Puma-Snake.

Same as Arara and Kinich-Kakmno. The god assigned to Balam-Agab in the Kiche story of the creation, 230; turned into stone, 231, Axaiacatzin, King. Duty will follow you all your life and sometimes feel a little too much of a burden. And the Fu Sang fallacy, 3, Kuicatecs.

An irrigation channel; in a myth of Paricaca, 327, Cocomes. Festival of Tlaloc, 77, Forstemann, Dr. And the Maya writing, 162, 163; on God L, 176, Gama, Antonio. On stone-worship in Peru, 293, Art. Record the pronunciation of this word in your own voice and play it to listen to how you have pronounced it. Place mentioned in myth of Huitzilopochtli's origin, 72, Piguerao. A fountain; in a Quetzalcoatl myth, 65, Creation. Please do not copy without permission. Son of Hunhun-Apu, 220, 222, 223, Hunchouen.

Probably reflect actual migrations, 234-235, Mitla. A hero, son of Paricaca; a myth of, 324-326, Huatulco. Name given by the Quichua-Aymara to their land of origin, 254, Tulan (or Tulan-Zuiva). Mexican race related to the Nahua, 24, 25, Coatepec. Peruvian festival, 267, 311-312, Intipampa (Field of the Sun), Garden in which the Coricancha of Cuzco stood, 260-261, Ipalnemohuani (He by whom Men Live). II. Quinuamama.

Connection of, with war and the food-supply, 74; Nahua conception of the limited productivity of food and rain deities, 77; American myth rich in hero-gods, 237, Gomara, F. L. de. Mexican god, 91-92; his dress assumed by Aztec monarchs and leaders, 91-92; Xolotl has affinities with, 95; God A thought to resemble, 174, Xiuhteculti (Lord of the Year). Of the Nahua, 34-35; of the Maya, 159-166; Dr. III. Mythical wizard-king of the Iroquois, 72, Atauhuallpa. Spirits of women who had died in childbed, 108, 138, Civilisation.

Ca-Bra-Kan would be the 3 different segments of the god's name. A name of Tezcatlipoca, 66, Temacpalco. Press J to jump to the feed. His patronage of early American explorers, 6, Hernandez, Father. The pyramid of, ruin at Itzamal, 187, Klaproth, H. J. von. . City at which the Zoque of the Chibchas lived, 276, Hurakan (The One-legged). God of luck in gaming, 103; Ixtlilton called brother of, 112, Mahacutah (The Distinguished Name). Unfortunately, this device does not support voice recording, Click the record button again to finish recording. Same as Mexico, which see Teo-Amoxtli (Divine Book). I. Name given to the tropical and lowland districts of Peru, 255, Zapoteca. Just copy the text in the box below.

King of the Chichimecs, 20; Teotihuacan rebuilt by, 33. II. Mountain; in the myth of origin of the Canaris, 318, Huacas. A hero-god, twin with Hun-Apu; in a Kiche myth, 211-219; in the myth in the second book of the Popol Vuh, 220, 223-227; mentioned, 237, Xecotcovach. One of the first men of the Popol Vuh myth, 229, 230, Irma. Sacred objects of the Peruvians, 294, Huaina Ccapac (The Young Chief). Son of the Inca Huaina Ccapac; strives for the crown with Huascar, 289-290, Atl(Water). Thats known as fowl play. We recommend you to try Safari. You have a gift for self expression and are drawn to the verbal arts - writing, acting, singing, and poetry., You are highly attractive. A day in the Mexican calendar, 105, Opochtli (The Left-handed). Aboriginal Mexican race, 23; and the sun, 82, Toveyo.

The bat-god, called also Zotzilaha Chimalman, 171-172, 226; a totem of the Ah-zotzils, a Maya tribe, 172, Camulatz. I. Divine being, son of the Life-giver; sent to instruct the primitive Peruvians, 255-256; a legend in connection with, 256. Inca chieftain; in the drama. I. In the story of Princess Papan, 140, Tikal. Harmony and beauty are high on your list of priorities. Minor temple of Huitzilopochtli, 31, Tzununiha (House of the Water). Your wit and sparkling personality make you the life of a party. Nakshatra, Copyright 2016-2022 NamesLook | A name of the Peruvian thunder-god, 299-300; and the lake of Pariacaca, 300. Festival of Chicomecohuatl, 86-87. Sacred city of the Toltecs, 18, 47; the fiend at the convention at, 18; the Mecca of the Nahua races, 32; architectural remains at, 32, 33; rebuilt by Xolotl, Chichimec king, 33; Charnay's excavations at, 33, Teotleco (Coming of the Gods). Thunder-god of Collao of Peru, 78, 299, Confession among the Mexicans, 106, 108; Tlazolteotl the goddess of, 106; accounts of the ceremony, 106-110, Coniraya Viracocha. Maya city; architectural remains at, 196, Titicaca. His work on Mexican lore, 57-58, "Cliff-dwellers." The Maya; similarities to calendar of the Nahua, 38, 169.

I. II. 129-132, Chacras.

A semi-legendary empire of the Maya, 144. Sacrifice to the sun in, 99, Quauhtitlan. Sacred city of the Maya; founded by Itzaes, 153; overthrown by Cocomes, 153, 155; assists in conquering Cocomes. Of Peru, 248-290; indigenous origin of, 1,259; inferior to the Mexican and Mayan, 248. A Nahua native chronicle, 45-46, Teocuinani. Monster in the Mexican Other-world, 38, Xochiyayotl (The War of Flowers). II. Maya form of Quetzalcoatl, 83, 167; regarded as King of Mayapan, 152, Lamacazton (Little Priests). Log in or The first Inca, identical with the foregoing, 282, 283; regarded as son of the sun, 306; a myth of, 320-321, Mani. This page was last edited on 18 February 2019, at 16:44. The Mexican rain-god, or god of waters, 29, 75; and the foundation of Mexico, 29; in association with Huitzilopochtli, 74; as usually represented, 75-76; espoused to Chalchihuitlicue, 75; Tlalocs his offspring, 75; Kiche god Hurakan his prototype, 76; manifestations of, 76; festivals of, 77; human sacrifice in connection with, 76-77; and Atamalqualiztli festival, 77-78; similarities to, in other mythologies, 78, Tlalocan (The Country of Tlaloc). Mexican province; cliff-dwellings in, 24, 25, Kab-ul (The Miraculous Hand). Maya rain-god, tutelar of the east, 170; has affinities with Tlaloc, 176; God K not identical with, 176, Chacamarca. The Kakchiquels and the defeat of, 159 Cabrakan name numerology is 6 and here you can learn how to pronounce Cabrakan, Cabrakan name origin, numerology and similar names to Cabrakan. Guardian spirit of the quinua plant, in Peru, Quipos. However, Cabrakan's pronunciation is quite off. II. In Mexican calendar, 39, 40, Nextepehua. Examples: JUPITER, JUP, JUPI. Idol associated with the worship of Lake Titicaca, 298, Copal. Is she really pronouced as "Ah-wi-lix" or "Ah-wee-lesh" (Ive convinced myself its the second pronunciation)? a Maya people of Guatemala, 157-159; and the episode of the defeat of Cay Hun-Apu, 159, "Kamucu" (We see). Place in Mexico; Quetzalcoatl at, 64, Huehueteotl (Oldest of Gods). Bird in the Kiche story of the creation, 209, Xibalba. Then he was buried alive. Ancestors of the aristocrats of a tribe in Peru; reverence paid to, 296, Huarochiri. Origin of early American culture erroneously attributed to, I; man originally came to America from, 2; former land-connection between America and, 3; traditions of intercourse between America and, 3, Ataguju. Maya city, 144, 149, 182-186; the Palace at, 183-185; Temple of Inscriptions at 185; Temple of the Sun, 185 Temple of the Cross, 185 Temple of the Cross No. Inca superseded by Pachacutic, 284, Uricaechea, M. His collection of Chibcha antiquities, 277, Uxmal. For all media enquiries please contact us here. Settlement of the Maya in, 151-152; architectural remains in, 178, Yum Kaax (Lord of the Harvest Fields). Tlascalan warrior; the story of, 136-138, Tlaloc. The As in this case, in pretty much every Maya dialect, would be spoken with a bit more enunciation and the last part of his name should not be pronounced like "Release the Kraken", but the "ra" should sound more like how the god Ra is pronounced in game. Your vibration is full of life. Head of the Aztec priesthood, 116, Mexico. The royal sceptre of the Incas, 321, Tarahumare.

a name of the Peruvian thunder-god, 299, Citallatonac. Name given by the Kiche to their land of origin, 254, Kiche.

Festival of Chicomecohuatl, 86, Huichaana. City at which the Zippa of the Chibchas lived, 276, Boturini Benaduci, L. His work on Mexican lore, 58, seur de. Of the Peruvians, 291; inferior to the Mexican, 248; the legend relating to the evolution of, 305-306, Riopampa. You have musical talent but the creative talents of a 6 are sometimes left undeveloped or suppressed as a result of your tendency to sacrifice your time and pleasure., You love a good time. And the Maya alphabet, 161; discovers the Maya numeral system, 165, "Lands of the Sun." The city; capital of the Aztecs, native name Tenochtitlan, 26, 47; origin of the name, 73; said to have been founded by Acolhuans, 26; Huitzilopochtli and, 28, 73; legends of the foundation of, 28-29; at the period of the conquest, 29-30; the annual "bloodless battle" with Tlascala, 48. Aboriginal Mexican race, 24; a medium through which Maya civilisation filtered to the north, 147, Kukulcan.

Mexican sacrificial stone, 99, 100, Quauitlicac. Guardian spirit of the coca-shrub in Peru 295, Cocochallo. Sacred city inhabited by Acolhuans, 47, 48; the pottery of, 23, Choque Suso. The palace of, at Itzamal, 187-188, Hunsa. Maya goddess; identified with Virgin Mary by Hernandez, 170, Ixcuiname. Godchecker is a trade mark used under license. In Toltec creation-myth, 119, Tlapallantzinco. Cosmetics? Among the Peruvians, 262-264, Nadaillac, Marquis de. III. Maiden; the myth of Paricaca and, 327, Chulpas. Daughter of Coatlicue, 70-72, Coyotl inaual. You appreciate fine clothing and jewelry, and enjoy dressing up a bit. Mexican or Nahuan, 42-43, 342; Mayan, 161, 342; Peruvian, 342, Le Plongeon, Dr. Augustus. This is a small and minor thing, but I am curious how they go about getting voice actors for the characters. A name of the Mexican fire-god, 95, Huehue Tlapallan (Very Old Tlapallan). When Drybear said his name in the god reveal I was like.ewwww that can't be how its pronounced. One of the first men of the Popol Vuh myth, 229, 230, Balam-Quitze (Tiger with the Sweet Smile). An exception is the letter x, which in Spanish is sometimes written as j and pronounced as h aspirate; and in Nahuatl sometimes as in English, at other times as sh or s. Thus the word "Mexico" is pronounced by the aboriginal Mexican with the hard x, but by the Spaniard as "May-hee-co." The name of the native author Ixtlilxochitl is pronounced "Ishtlishotshitl," the ch being articulated as tsh, for euphony. The state; the Maya of, 157-159. The Peruvian name for the planet Venus; the temple of, at Cuzco. District in Mexico Toltecs in, 12, Xan.

Form of Quetzalcoatl, 84, Ekchuah. A form of the Mexican moon-goddess, 106, Citlalpol (The Great Star).

In the Kiche Hades, 221, 225, Hrdlicka, Dr. And Mexican cliff-dwellings, 24, Huacaquan. II. In Toltec creation-myth, 119, Huehuetzin. The Maya bat-god, called also Camazotz, 171-172, https://en.wikisource.org/w/index.php?title=The_Myths_of_Mexico_and_Peru/Chapter_IX&oldid=9112735, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Mexican sacrificial ceremonies, 99, Nemontemi (unlucky days). Son of Vukub-Cakix; in a Kiche myth in the Popol Vuh, 211-213, 216, Zotuta. {{app.userTrophy[app.userTrophyNo].hints}}. Legendary region, 11; Nahua said to have originated at, 11; the Toltecs and, II; Quetzalcoatl proceeds to, from Tollan, 64-65, 79, Tlapallan, Huehue (Very Old Tlapallan). I decided to use the free gems to try and get Cabrakan, being an enthusiast of Maya lore and history. Name of the abode of Mictlan, 95, Tlamatzincatl. But the Hero twins Hunahpu and Xbalanque stopped his destructive ways by giving him poisoned fowls to eat. Of the Maya, 149-150, 178-198; the most individual expression of the people, 178; Yucatan exhibits the most perfect specimens, and the decadent phase, 178; methods of building, 178-179; ignorance of some first principles, 179; mural decoration 179; pyramidal buildings, 180 definiteness of design, 180 architectural districts, 181; not of great antiquity, 182; Father Burgoa on the palace at Mitla, 199-201. City; the starting-point of the Kiche migrations, 157-158, 231; the Kiche arrive at, and receive their gods, 230; parallel with the Mexican Chicomoztoc, 230; the Kiche confounded in their speech at, 231, Tumipampa.

Native name of the Mexican plateau, 18. Javascript is switched off in your browser. Native name of city of Mexico, 29, Mexitli (Hare of the Aloes). Place of origin of four brothers and sisters who initiated the systems of worship and civilised Peru, 305, 307, Pacaw. Door to be passed before reaching Rock of Titicaca, 311, Pinturas. Ethnicity Bird in the Kiche story of the creation, 209, Coyolxauhqui. Mexican city, founded By Tutul Xius, 154; abandoned, 155; ruins at, 191-194; primitive type of its architecture, 194, Vatican MSS., 37; description of the journey of the soul in, 37-38, Vega, Garcilasso el Inca de la. The palace on, 269, Colhuacan.

Mountain at which the Kiche first saw the sun, 231, Hastu-huaraca. Mexican maize-goddess, known also as Tocitzin, and identical with Centeotl the mother, 85, 90, Tezcatlipoca (Fiery Mirror). The Kukulcan of the Maya, god of the sun, the wind, and thunder, common to Mexican and Maya mythologies; Mexican legend of, 6-7; probably cognate with Yetl, 12; king of the Toltecs in Nahua myth, 21; Tezcatlipoca and, 60, 79; Huitzilopochtli, Tezcatlipoca, and Tlacahuepan plot against, 60; quits Tollan and proceeds to Tlapallan, 64-65, 79; probably a god of pre-Nahua people, 78; "Father of the Toltecs," 79; enlightened sway as ruler of Tollan, 79; consequences of his exile, 79; legend of, in connection with the morning star, 80, 96; whether rightly considered god of the sun, 80; conception of, as god of the air, 80; as wind-god and god of fire and light, 80-81; whether originating from a "culture-hero," 81; the "St. Thomas" idea, 81; as Man of the Sun, 81-82; as usually represented, 82; regarded as a liberator, 82; various conceptions of, 82-84, 167; probable northern origin, 83; Hueymatzin and, 84; the worship of, 84-85; the priesthood of, 116; place in the Mexican calendar, 122; vogue among Maya, 144, 167; regarded as foreign to the soil in Mexico, 167; differences in the Maya and Nahua conceptions of, 167; called Kukulcan by the Maya, 167; called Gucumatz in Guatemala, 167, 236; God B probably is, 173, Quetzalpetlatl. Worshipped by the Peruvians as Mama-cocha, 306, Seler, Dr. On Quetzalcoatl, 80-81; on Xolotl, 93-94; and the Maya writing, 162, 164; on God K, 175-176; on God P, 177; on Mitla and the origin of the American race, 198, Serpent. Idol associated with the worship of Lake Titicaca, 298, Copacati. Father god of the human species, associated with Omeciuatl, 103-104, 118; Xpiyacoc the Kiche equivalent of, 236, Ometochtli. Temple of the sun at Cuzco, 260-262; built by Pachacutic, 286; image of the thunder-god in, 300, Corts. A nomad Mexican tribe, 27, 50-51; racial affinities, 27; character, 27-28; Tlascalans and, 26; founders of Tenochtitlan (Mexico), 27; their science, 43; in bondage to Colhuacan, 51; allied with Tecpanecs, 51; war with Tecpanecs, 52; development of the empire, 52; commercial expansion, 52; their tyranny, 52-53; their conception of eternity, 55; the priesthood, 114-117; idea of the origin of mankind, 123; a migration myth of, 233, Aztlan (Crane Land). Le Plongeon's theories as to, 239, Mayapan. Maya city; sculptural remains at, 196; evidence at, of a new racial type, 196-197, Coricancha (Town of Gold). God of natives of British Columbia, 12; probably cognate with Quetzalcoatl, 12, 83, Yma Sumac (How Beautiful). You are a fun person to be around. Smite is a third-person multiplayer online battle arena video game developed and published by Hi-Rez Studios on PC, XBox, Playstation, and Switch. Agricultural fetishes of the Peruvians, 294, Chichimecs. A sub-god of Hurakan, 237, Choima (Beautiful Water). Ccapac-cocha. Unfortunately, this browser does not support voice recording.

See Mexico, Andeans. A manifestation of Tezcatlipoca, 66, Yohualticitl. Mexican god of medicine and healing, 112; called brother of Macuilxochitl, 112, Ixtlilxochitl, Don Fernando de Alva. Ive been pronouncing it like Ca-Bra-Kan as well. Traditional place of origin of Nahua, II; Aztecs and, 50, 233, Balam-Agab (Tiger of the Night).

In early American belief, 6, Susur-pugaio. The mountain; sacred to Tlaloc, 77, "Popol Vuh" (The Collection of Written Leaves). Mexican deity; plots against Quetzalcoatl, 60; and the legend of the amusing infant and the pestilence, 63-64, Tlachtli. A name of Tlazolteotl, which see, Tlalhuicole. II. Name given to Itzamna, 187, Kakchiquels. Son of the creator in Peruvian myth; in connection with stone-worship, 293; myths of, 319-320, Tiahuanaco. If you feel the pronunciation should be better then record pronunciation in your own voice and help others. Agricultural fetishes of the Peruvians, 294, Centeotl. In charge of: Mountains You inspire and entertain people. Indigenous origin of civilisation of, I; legend of Toltec migration to, 20, Anahuac (By the Water). The period after the deluge when there was no king, in Peru, 324, Quaqua.

Ceremony connected with worship of Centeotl the son, 90, Nonohualco. The Peruvian ruling race; a composite people, 254; place of origin, 254; inferior to the Mexicans in general culture, 248; mythology of, 255-258, 317-327; character of their civilisation, 259; no personal freedom, 260; age of marriage, 260; their system of mummification, 262-264; severity of their legal code, 264; social system, 264-265; calendar, 265-266; religious festivals, 267; architecture, 268-269; architectural remains, 270-273; irrigation works, 273; possessed no system of writing, 278; the quipos, 278-279; as craftsmen, 279-281; the pottery of, 280-281; period and extent of their dominion, 281-282; fusion of the constituent peoples, 285-285; splitting of the race, 286; their despotism, 290; religion of, 291; sun-worship of, 307-131, Incas. Mexican festival, 68-69, Teoyaominqui. His giant brother Zipacna came to a similar end. Editors: Peter J. Allen, Chas Saunders. Toltec chieftain; rebels against Acxitl, 18,19, Huemac II. In the Kiche myth of Vukub-Cakix, 216, Medicine-men.

In a myth of the Canaris Indians, 319, Quatlapanqui (The Head-splitter).

I. The ancient capital of the Incas, 248; and the racial division of Peru, 255; in the legend of Manco Ccapac, 256; a great culture-centre, 256; founded by the sun-god, 258; the Coricancha at, 260-262; power under Pachacutic, 285, Discovery. Place mentioned in the myth of Quetzalcoatl's journey to Tlapallan, 65, Temalacatl. Place mentioned in the myth of Huitzilopochtli's origin, 71, Tzompantli (Pyramid of Skulls). The image of Corts' horse, 195, Izpuzteque.

The Kiche Hades, "Place of Phantoms"; in the myth in the second book of the Popol Vuh, 220-222, 225-227; possible origin of the conception, 229; properly a "place of the dead," 229; origin of the name, 229, Xibalbans. Houses in which the Acllacuna lived, 313, Acolhuans (or Acolhuaque) (People of the Broad Shoulder). Policies | Contact Us | using our services you agree to our use of cookies, using our services you agree to our use of. Father of Quetzalcoatl, 79, Jaguar-Snake. Account of the discovery of a wooden cross, 274-275; on mohanes, 297-298; account of the methods of medicine men in Peru, 314-315; account of obsequies among a Peruvian tribe, 315-317, Slaalekam. II. Tenth Inca, son of Pachacutic, 252-253, 287-288; achievements as ruler, 287; and the Huarcans, 288; and the Rock of Titicaca, 309-310, Tutul Xius. Inhabitants of the primeval earth in Peruvian myth, 301, Guamansuri.

The Inca appointed by Pizarro; and an oracle, 302-303, Manco Ccapac. Same as Kanich-ahau, which see. Of the Nahua, 54-55; the worship of one god, 28-59. Peruvian name for the rainbow; temple of, at Cuzco, 262, Cuzco (Navel of the Universe). You are artistic. Confederacy of Nahua tribes, 26, 50; significance of the name, 26, 50; rivals of the Chichimecs, 27; of Huexotzinco, defeated by Tlascaltecs, 49; Aztecs allies of, 51; growth of their empire, 51; conquer Tezcuco and Chichimecs, 51, Tecumbalam. Legends of, have no connection with American myth, 6, Auqui (Warrior). Zodiac I did find this page though: http://www.pronouncenames.com/pronounce/cabrakan. Type: God We are often asked about mythology merchandise. Since you have exceeded your time limit, your recording has been stopped.

One of the first women of the Popol Vuh myth, 230, Cakulha-Hurakan (Lightning). Mixtec deer-goddess; in creation-myth, 120, Jalisco.