Numerology information Triqui:

numerologyName Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order


Songs about Triqui:

songsTriqui Tra by Edgardo Donato con Lita Morales from the Album Tango Classics 252: Noches Correntinas

songsTriqui - Tra by Lita Morales con Orquesta de Edgardo Donato from the Album Ti Diró

songsTriqui-tra by Lita Morales con la orquesta de Edgardo Donato from the Album Las damas del tango 1909- 1946

songsClub Side-Show (Featuring 2 Bigg and Triqui Di) by Baby Ray from the Album In Yo' Face [Explicit]

songsDon Triqui Traque by Amália Rodrigues from the Album Paris 1960

songsDon Triqui Traque by Amalia Rodrigues from the Album Amália Rodrigues - Ao Vivo - Café Luso 1955 - Olimpya 1956 - Bobino 19600

songsDon triqui traque by Amália Rodrigues from the Album Amália Rodrigues - Olympia e Espanhol


Books about Triqui:

booksTALLER FLORA: Indigenous Dress Making Geometry of Mexico, Pre-Hispanic Origin (Huipil, Triqui, Enred by Carla Fernandez (2006)

booksTriqui: Trueque, Cajita de Ensuenos (Spanish Edition) by Samarys Polo (Sep 2003)


booksEast Auorora: My Home Town-aurora's Tri-qui Edition 1818-1993 by Students of East Aurora Middle School (1993)

booksLa guerra civil triqui.: An article from: Proceso by Pedro Matîas (Oct 26, 2011)


booksThe Origin of the Sun and Moon: a Copala Triqui Legend. Narrated by Román Vidal López by edited, and analysed by George Aaron Broadwell, Kosuke Matsukawa, Edgar Martín del Campo, Ruth Scipione, Susan Perdomo with the assistance of José Fuentes Transcribed (2009)


Wiki information Triqui:

Trique language
Human Language

The Trique, or Triqui, language is an Oto-Manguean language of Mexico spoken by the Trique people of the state of Oaxaca and elsewhere. It belongs to the Mixtecan branch together with the Mixtec languages and Cuicatec.

Trique people

The Trique or Triqui are an indigenous people of the western part of the Mexican state of Oaxaca, centred in the municipalities of Juxtlahuaca, Tlaxiaco and Putla. They number around 23,000 according to the Ethnologue surveys. The Trique language is...