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Meaning of ubeyuko

Danilo Enrique Noreña Benítez


It is a term in the indigenous Chaima language, in Venezuela. It means dropping, releasing, unsamaring, untie. It is a word of Caribbean roots and is spoken in Venezuelan Spanish.


John Rene Plaut

UBEYUKO untie . ( indigent sound ) Term used by the indigenous chaimas of Venezuela " beyuko is bejuco : Bejuco. for example, to punish children who misbehave.





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