Different words in Spanish and Portuguese First release 14 October , plus many later additions Introduction: Disregarding pronunciation differences, Spanish and Portuguese are very similar languages.
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However, quite a few often-used words are different. I am compiling a list of them here. Lexical differences The idea is to include only words with a different etymological background here. Spanish word Portuguese word Reason for non-inclusion mujer mulher Spanish j corresponds regularly to Portuguese lh hijo, hilo, hablar, hacer filho, fio, falar, fazer Spanish h corresponds regularly to Portuguese and Latin! Note 2: Confer the es vihuela, which is clearly cognate with pt viola, and denotes an old guitar-like shaped instrument.
Note 4: Note that in pt-BR viol in ista is a violin player, but a viol on ista is a guitar player. Note 5: In many cases, both words do exist in both languages, but the frequency of use and the shades of meaning are rather different. Vostre annuncio ci? Your ad here? You will have a bad name" To sit down before us" Performance of creole verse by and within the group gives meaning to the celebration, reenactment, and renewal of community life.
In the first half of the sixteenth century, Indo-Portuguese folklore texts spread to communities along the Indian coasts, then extended beyond Ceylon to Malacca, the Moluccas or Spice Islands, Macao, and Japan.
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Verses collected throughout the Indo-Portuguese world attest to the coherence of the folk text as a new Eurasian discourse. Sung to celebrate and to reaffirm identity, Indo-Portuguese verses cover the full range of the above mentioned themes of community life, exemplified by widely diverse examples. The extensive 'cancioneiro' of the blacks in Portuguese India celebrates birth in Dio,. Verses of courtship reminiscent of the medieval 'cantiga de amigo' are subtly illustrated by Moniz's transcription from Daman, Oh!
The motif of the golden ring was identified by the author in as a surviving fragment from the Iberian ballad known as Bela Infanta:. Misfortunes of love and poverty reflect both the pride and the low economic status of Indo-Portuguese people:.
Above all, the folklore text is a constant invitation to the pleasure of the song, whose performance is both celebration and memory, novelty and reenactment:. Indian west coast communities are a rich historical repository for Indo-Portuguese language, arts, and culture.
The ancient port of Chaul, fifty six kilometres south of Bombay, became an important Portuguese trading and religious center in In the village of Korlai, settled in south of the Kundalika River near the ruins of 'Morro de Chaul' fort, when all the Portuguese who could afford to leave went to Goa, the existence of a lively creole Portuguese still spoken after another two hundred and fifty years came to light through contacts by Mitterwallner and Theban in the s and s.
In addition to its creole verse, the village is a repository of folk tales, extensively collected by J. Clancy Clements in Dressed to kill" Smith states to be the case in Batticaloacreole speech is commonly used in Dio, Daman, and in the village of Korlai, near the fort of Chaul Revdanda, Kolaba district , with vestiges in the Vypeen Island area of Cochin. A large ensemble in Daman recreates the songs of sailors returning to port singing of Luzi Maria da Luz :.
Porto-Indian communities are now isolated or forgotten--Korlai, Daman, Vypeen--and speak with unrecognizable or dislocated voices from a remote past whose cultural history combines Portugal with India:. A Portuguese lady" The Indo-Portuguese practiced a religious and musical culture, rich in arts and architecture. It was a courtship dance by ladies using Chinese or Malay dress and accompanied by an earthenware drum.
Miguel Vicente Abreu published verses satirizing use of the balloon skirt in Goan ballrooms:. Small musical ensembles accompanying songs in creole verse and dance are a sure sign of Indo-Portuguese peoples in Asia.
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Even angels sculpted in ceilings of Daman's churches are playing string instruments. I come to marry you" Sri Lankan language, culture, and religion were decisively influenced by Portuguese rule in all areas except the Kandyan Kingdom from the late sixteenth to mid-seventeenth centuries, a presence still visible in widespread use of Portuguese surnames. Portuguese were instrumental in the development of the city of Colombo and of coastal forts and settlements such as Galle, Kalutara, Colombo, Negombo, Mannar, Jaffna, Trincomalee, and Batticaloa. These outposts became centers of creolized language, music, and customs that spread throughout the island.
One folk tune is thought to celebrate the Ceylonese woman:.
Scrubbing your body" A 'Burgher' woman of the older generation is the only person left to verify lyrics of traditional creole songs during the performance in Batticaloa. A creolized form of Portuguese used extensively for trade, legal, and domestic affairs survived into the twentieth century and is found in pockets to the present day. John Callaway's Vocabulary [ Portuguese 'Burghers' were of low social standing, yet well known for their language, customs, music, and verse.
References to the musical forms kafrinha and chicote in Sri Lanka invoke African influence in which the negrinha local girl substitutes the Portuguese nona young lady and, according to Goonatilleka, 41 express an enhanced spirit of contention, rivalry, humor, parody, and satire. The African roots of Portuguese 'Burgher' music could still be heard in among the Puttalam 'cafres' kaffirs , who sing creolized Portuguese verses that none of them understands.
Nights of dancing and singing creole verses accompanied by instrumental ensembles and a liberal amount of arrack distilled coconut liquor were still a feature in the s of the largest organized 'Burgher' group, the east coast port "Batticaloa Catholic Burgher Union"; similar music and dancing, recorded by the author in , enlivened a Christian community at the jungle shrine of Palyuttu, near the bay and port of Trincomalee. Traditional instrumentation includes banjo or ukelele, hand-held drum, triangle, and perhaps violin or guitar.
The music is highly syncopated, yet melodic, and usually danced by four couples. In the accompanying folkloric verses, the Sinhalese nona is usually the object of flirtation, love, courtship, and marriage by the longing young man without means. Modem popular Sinhalese baila music is an adaptation of the 'Burghers' folkloric kafrinha tunes.
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Lexical differences The idea is to include only words with a different etymological background here. Spanish word Portuguese word Reason for non-inclusion mujer mulher Spanish j corresponds regularly to Portuguese lh hijo, hilo, hablar, hacer filho, fio, falar, fazer Spanish h corresponds regularly to Portuguese and Latin!
Note 2: Confer the es vihuela, which is clearly cognate with pt viola, and denotes an old guitar-like shaped instrument. Note 4: Note that in pt-BR viol in ista is a violin player, but a viol on ista is a guitar player.