Negritos


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Negritos

 

the designation for several Negroid ethnic groups, whose members are short in stature, in southeast Asia (Andamanese, Semang, Aeta).

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Asi lo atestiguan los negritos de Sor Juana o aquellas obras en las cuales podemos establecer concordancias, por ejemplo.
An important story told to Evans (1927a) by Gua Badak Negritos throws further light on their significance in relation to the origin of the Perak river, nearby landforms and the indigenous people themselves.
They can be called the Andaman race and should be considered a particular category of Negritos.
30) It is the differences, then that are real, not the races, for then it would be necessary to ask: which racial counts or races are "real," the long heads or the round heads, the Negritos, or the Euro-Africans?
A l'autre limite du possible, se situeraient des peuples trop eloignes par leur facon de vivre du modele chretien occidental: societes de chasse et de cueillette comme les Pygmees, les Negritos, les Bushmen, les Fuegiens, ainsi que diverses societes nomades ou semi-nomades fonctionnant dans l'isolement de groupes de taille restreinte.
The Philippine Negritos, made up of 25 hunter-gatherer groups including the Agta, are perhaps less controversial than the
Only one of these areas, Los Negritos, has been drill tested with eight shallow core holes that intersected anomalous gold.
Verso) La manana de San Juan/ que hace el agua gorgoritas/ cuando se van a bailar/ salen los cinco negritos.
Also worthy of mention are the peculiar dance of the Negritos which came originally from Yungas de la Paz; and the dance of the Caporales, which tells the story of a mulatto who has become a foreman.
Watching or laughing at animals engaged in intercourse is one taboo included in forms of the 'thunder complex' (a series of tabooed acts involving animals thought to precipitate a violent storm) as manifest among the Semang of Malaya, the Iban of Borneo, and Philippines negritos (Blust 1981:296, Forth 1989:102).
We collected data at two sites characterized by similar vegetation: Careyes and Negritos, situated southeast and northeast, respectively, of the Biological Station.