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Orthography and Glossary of Indigenous Terms
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Agahahïtï = mouth of the feeder stream leading to Magakange Agahangugu = Xinguano Carib (Kalapalo language) village occupied in

1880s to early 1900s on middle Culuene River south of the PIX. Agikuangaku = ancient village site Aguhakugu = ancient village site Ahasukugu = village of the jaguar chief Netsuenga, home of the egitse

mortuary feast. Ahangitahagï = name of large pool or lake (hagu) along the Angahuku

River; also name of village site first occupied by Matipu (1960-1961) and later Kuikuru (1961-1972).