Traducción: de espanol

Principia Mathematica

  • 1 choque de gigantes

    Ex. The roots of this triple dissociation, as we shall see below, lie in the clash of giants prompted by the publication of the 'Principia' at the close of the seventeenth century.
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    Ex: The roots of this triple dissociation, as we shall see below, lie in the clash of giants prompted by the publication of the 'Principia' at the close of the seventeenth century.

    Spanish-English dictionary > choque de gigantes

  • 2 fundamental

    adj.
    fundamental.
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    1 fundamental
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    adj.
    basic, fundamental
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    ADJ fundamental, basic
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    adjetivo fundamental

    es fundamental que entiendasit is vital o essential that you understand

    * * *
    = core, fundamental, seminal, substantive, underlying, pivotal, prime, ultimate, constitutive, basal, cardinal, foundational.
    Ex. The core function of such a service was seen as giving information and advice, but other services might be added.
    Ex. A fundamental theoretical rule of subject indexing is that each heading should be co-extensive with the subject of the document, that is, the label and the information or documents found under that label should match.
    Ex. He has published seminal papers on automated cataloging and authority control in Library Journal, Library Quarterly, and Journal of Library Automation.
    Ex. In Zimbabwe out of the seven universities with substantive librarians in the country, six of them were headed by women.
    Ex. One of the functions which I have not specified is that the underlying ideology represented by the AACR aims first at fixing a location for an author and then for a work.
    Ex. His position was pivotal because he was not only the organizer but also the financier and indeed the speculator of the book trade.
    Ex. For instance, my sporting goods store is on the ground level and to the right -- prime mall location.
    Ex. The whole project is undeniably full of sentimental, cinephiliac rapture, but it provided the ultimate opportunity for filmmakers to talk feverishly about the basic nature of their medium.
    Ex. Three definitions of information are given: information as a resource, information as a commodity, and information as a constitutive force in society.
    Ex. Basal textbooks, despite their well-publicized limitations in comparison with other media, remain the keystone of US school publishing.
    Ex. To underestimate your enemy is committing the cardinal mistake and often the last you'll make!.
    Ex. These foundational principles are the means by which we articulate what is and has been intrinsically important to the institution.
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    * actividad fundamental = core activity.
    * de fundamental importancia = of prime importance, critically important.
    * de importancia fundamental = critically important.
    * disposición fundamental = basic provision.
    * fundamental, lo = gist, the.
    * idea fundamental = keynote.
    * papel fundamental = pivotal role.
    * principio fundamental = principium [principia, -pl.].
    * razón fundamental = rationale.
    * * *
    adjetivo fundamental

    es fundamental que entiendasit is vital o essential that you understand

    * * *
    = core, fundamental, seminal, substantive, underlying, pivotal, prime, ultimate, constitutive, basal, cardinal, foundational.

    Ex: The core function of such a service was seen as giving information and advice, but other services might be added.

    Ex: A fundamental theoretical rule of subject indexing is that each heading should be co-extensive with the subject of the document, that is, the label and the information or documents found under that label should match.
    Ex: He has published seminal papers on automated cataloging and authority control in Library Journal, Library Quarterly, and Journal of Library Automation.
    Ex: In Zimbabwe out of the seven universities with substantive librarians in the country, six of them were headed by women.
    Ex: One of the functions which I have not specified is that the underlying ideology represented by the AACR aims first at fixing a location for an author and then for a work.
    Ex: His position was pivotal because he was not only the organizer but also the financier and indeed the speculator of the book trade.
    Ex: For instance, my sporting goods store is on the ground level and to the right -- prime mall location.
    Ex: The whole project is undeniably full of sentimental, cinephiliac rapture, but it provided the ultimate opportunity for filmmakers to talk feverishly about the basic nature of their medium.
    Ex: Three definitions of information are given: information as a resource, information as a commodity, and information as a constitutive force in society.
    Ex: Basal textbooks, despite their well-publicized limitations in comparison with other media, remain the keystone of US school publishing.
    Ex: To underestimate your enemy is committing the cardinal mistake and often the last you'll make!.
    Ex: These foundational principles are the means by which we articulate what is and has been intrinsically important to the institution
    .
    * actividad fundamental = core activity.
    * de fundamental importancia = of prime importance, critically important.
    * de importancia fundamental = critically important.
    * disposición fundamental = basic provision.
    * fundamental, lo = gist, the.
    * idea fundamental = keynote.
    * papel fundamental = pivotal role.
    * principio fundamental = principium [principia, -pl.].
    * razón fundamental = rationale.

    * * *
    ‹necesidad› basic, fundamental; ‹aspecto/objetivo/cambio› fundamental
    es de fundamental importancia it is of fundamental importance
    es fundamental que entiendas it is vital o essential that you understand
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    fundamental adjetivo
    fundamental
    fundamental adjetivo fundamental
    la diferencia fundamental, the basic difference
    ' fundamental' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    elemental
    - primordial
    - principio
    - sustancial
    - sustantiva
    - sustantivo
    - básico
    - esencial
    - primero
    - sagrado
    - vital
    English:
    basic
    - cardinal
    - essential
    - fundamental
    - hygiene
    - main
    - primal
    - primary
    - vital
    - central
    - imperative
    - part
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    fundamental;
    lo fundamental es que hallemos una solución the most important thing is that we find a solution;
    es fundamental que no nos pongamos nerviosos it's essential that we don't get nervous
    * * *
    adj fundamental
    * * *
    básico: fundamental, basic
    * * *
    fundamental adj fundamental / essential

    Spanish-English dictionary > fundamental

  • 3 principio fundamental

    m.
    underlying principle, basis.
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    (n.) = fundamental, principium [principia, -pl.]
    Ex. The underlying fundamentals of abstracting are closely related to indexing.
    Ex. Incidentally, you published an article with Bob Hayes in which you use an example of Newton's Principia in a variety of languages.
    * * *
    (n.) = fundamental, principium [principia, -pl.]

    Ex: The underlying fundamentals of abstracting are closely related to indexing.

    Ex: Incidentally, you published an article with Bob Hayes in which you use an example of Newton's Principia in a variety of languages.

    Spanish-English dictionary > principio fundamental

  • 4 principio1

    1 = principle, proposition, tenet, canon, touchstone.
    Ex. Objective 2 results in what could be described as a collocative catalogue, because a catalogue based on this principle collocates the writings of a particular author.
    Ex. They are a core, a set of basic propositions, onto which are grafted a rich variety of other possibilities.
    Ex. This attack summarises her main tenets.
    Ex. The archetypal canon is of course that of the books of the Bible, which are gathered together in a fixed and unchanging order.
    Ex. The touchstone for professional practice are the professional codes of ethics that govern medicine in face-to-face relationships with patients.
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    * actuar de acuerdo con los principios de Uno = act on + Posesivo + principles.
    * adherirse a principios = espouse + principles.
    * basado en principios = principled.
    * basarse en un principio = base on + principle.
    * con principios = principled.
    * cumplir con un principio = comport with + principle.
    * declaración de principios = statement of principles, value statement, Bill of Rights, declaration of principles, statement of principles.
    * defender los principios de Uno = stand up for + Posesivo + principles.
    * de principios = principled.
    * de principios muy elevados = high-minded.
    * en principio = in principle, on principle.
    * establecer un principio = establish + principle, set forth + cause.
    * formular un principio = formulate + principle.
    * infringir un principio = violate + principle.
    * ir en contra de todos + Posesivo + principios = violate + principle.
    * Los Principios de París = Paris Principles.
    * mantenerse fiel a los principios de Uno = stick to + Posesivo + principles.
    * poner en duda unos principios = shake + foundations.
    * por principio = on principle.
    * por principios = as a matter of principle.
    * principio constitutivo = constitutive principle.
    * principio de actuación = governing principle.
    * principio de archívese según aparece = file-as-is principle.
    * principio de cualificación profesional adecuada para el trabajo en cuestión = principle of rate for the job.
    * principio de gratuidad, el = gratis principle, the.
    * principio de igualdad, el = egalitarian principle, the.
    * principio de la alfabetización literal = file-as-is principle, file-as-is principle.
    * principio del escalonamiento = scalar principle.
    * principio ético = moral principle.
    * principio fundamental = fundamental, principium [principia, -pl.].
    * principio moral = moral principle.
    * principio orientador = guiding principle.
    * principios = philosophy, ethos, morals.
    * principios elevados = high-mindedness.
    * Principios para la Intercalación Bibliográfica = ISO7154.
    * proponer como principio = posit.
    * respetar los principios = observe + principles.
    * seguir un principio = adopt + convention.
    * sin principios = unscrupulous, unprincipled.
    * suscribir un principio = subscribe to + principle.
    * traicionar los principios de uno mismo = betray + Posesivo + own principles.
    * una cuestión de principios = a matter of principle.
    * violar un principio = violate + principle.

    Spanish-English dictionary > principio1

  • 5 principio

    m.
    1 beginning, start (comienzo).
    el principio del fin the beginning of the end
    del principio al fin, desde el principio hasta el fin from beginning to end, from start to finish
    a principios de at the beginning of
    al principio at first, in the beginning
    en principio quedamos en hacer una reunión el jueves provisionally o unless you hear otherwise, we've arranged to meet on Thursday
    en un principio at first
    2 principle (fundamento, ley).
    en principio in principle
    por principio on principle
    3 origin, source (origen).
    4 element (elemento).
    principio activo active ingredient
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: principiar.
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    1 (inicio) beginning, start
    2 (base) principle
    3 (moral) principle
    1 rudiments
    \
    al principio at first, at the beginning
    en principio in principle
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    noun m.
    1) beginning, outset
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    SM
    1) (=comienzo) beginning

    al principio — at first, in the beginning

    a principios del verano — at the beginning of the summer, early in the summer

    desde el principio — from the first, from the outset

    desde el principio hasta el fin — from start to finish, from beginning to end

    en un principio — at first, to start with

    tener principio en algo — to start from sth, be based on sth

    2) pl principios (=nociones) rudiments, first notions

    "Principios de física" — "Introduction to Physics", "Outline of Physics"

    3) (=norma) principle

    el principio de la legalidad — the force of law, the rule of law

    4) (Fil) principle
    5) (Quím) element, constituent
    6) (Culin) entrée
    * * *
    1) ( comienzo) beginning

    el principio del verano — early summer, the beginning of summer

    en un or al principio — at first, in the beginning

    2)
    a) (concepto, postulado) principle
    b) ( norma moral) principle
    * * *
    1) ( comienzo) beginning

    el principio del verano — early summer, the beginning of summer

    en un or al principio — at first, in the beginning

    2)
    a) (concepto, postulado) principle
    b) ( norma moral) principle
    * * *
    el principio
    = early days, the

    Ex: The new chemical was expensive, and in the early days it was often mishandled; much of the foxing of early nineteenth-century paper was due to inefficient bleaching.

    principio1
    1 = principle, proposition, tenet, canon, touchstone.

    Ex: Objective 2 results in what could be described as a collocative catalogue, because a catalogue based on this principle collocates the writings of a particular author.

    Ex: They are a core, a set of basic propositions, onto which are grafted a rich variety of other possibilities.
    Ex: This attack summarises her main tenets.
    Ex: The archetypal canon is of course that of the books of the Bible, which are gathered together in a fixed and unchanging order.
    Ex: The touchstone for professional practice are the professional codes of ethics that govern medicine in face-to-face relationships with patients.
    * actuar de acuerdo con los principios de Uno = act on + Posesivo + principles.
    * adherirse a principios = espouse + principles.
    * basado en principios = principled.
    * basarse en un principio = base on + principle.
    * con principios = principled.
    * cumplir con un principio = comport with + principle.
    * declaración de principios = statement of principles, value statement, Bill of Rights, declaration of principles, statement of principles.
    * defender los principios de Uno = stand up for + Posesivo + principles.
    * de principios = principled.
    * de principios muy elevados = high-minded.
    * en principio = in principle, on principle.
    * establecer un principio = establish + principle, set forth + cause.
    * formular un principio = formulate + principle.
    * infringir un principio = violate + principle.
    * ir en contra de todos + Posesivo + principios = violate + principle.
    * Los Principios de París = Paris Principles.
    * mantenerse fiel a los principios de Uno = stick to + Posesivo + principles.
    * poner en duda unos principios = shake + foundations.
    * por principio = on principle.
    * por principios = as a matter of principle.
    * principio constitutivo = constitutive principle.
    * principio de actuación = governing principle.
    * principio de archívese según aparece = file-as-is principle.
    * principio de cualificación profesional adecuada para el trabajo en cuestión = principle of rate for the job.
    * principio de gratuidad, el = gratis principle, the.
    * principio de igualdad, el = egalitarian principle, the.
    * principio de la alfabetización literal = file-as-is principle, file-as-is principle.
    * principio del escalonamiento = scalar principle.
    * principio ético = moral principle.
    * principio fundamental = fundamental, principium [principia, -pl.].
    * principio moral = moral principle.
    * principio orientador = guiding principle.
    * principios = philosophy, ethos, morals.
    * principios elevados = high-mindedness.
    * Principios para la Intercalación Bibliográfica = ISO7154.
    * proponer como principio = posit.
    * respetar los principios = observe + principles.
    * seguir un principio = adopt + convention.
    * sin principios = unscrupulous, unprincipled.
    * suscribir un principio = subscribe to + principle.
    * traicionar los principios de uno mismo = betray + Posesivo + own principles.
    * una cuestión de principios = a matter of principle.
    * violar un principio = violate + principle.

    principio2
    2 = start, eruption, kick-off, startup [start-up], beginning.

    Ex: Olle is right, however, in implying that after a slow start interest in, and writing about, official publishing in Britain has increased dramatically in recent years.

    Ex: Information on the news items relevant to 'mad cow disease' was collected for a period of 100 days starting very close to the eruption of the crisis.
    Ex: The cooperative venture 'StoryLines America' joins libraries and public radio in smash kick-off.
    Ex: This article presents some practical tips to help users of DIALOG's DIALOGLINK including buffer size, screen speed-up, startup short cuts, type-ahead buffer and use of DIALOGLING with other services.
    Ex: In addition, synthesis often requires the use of a facet indicator, which marks the beginning of a new facet for example.
    * abocado al fracaso desde el principio = doomed from + the start, doomed from + the outset, doomed to + failure, doomed to + failure from its inception, doomed from + the beginning.
    * al principio = at first, at the outset, early [earlier -comp., earliest -sup.], in the early years, originally, to start with, early on, at startup.
    * al principio de = at the beginning (of), at the dawn of, at the onset of, early in.
    * al principio de la imprenta = early printing.
    * al principio y al final = both ends.
    * al principio y al final de = at each end of.
    * a principios de = in the early + Fecha.
    * a principios de + Expresión Temporal = early + Expresión Temporal, the.
    * a principios de los + Década = early + Década, the.
    * comenzar por el principio = start from + scratch, start at + ground zero.
    * comenzar por el principio, empezar desde cero, comen = start from + scratch.
    * condenado al fracaso desde el principio = doomed from + the start, doomed from + the outset, doomed from + the beginning.
    * de finales del siglo XIX y principios del XX = turn-of-the-century.
    * de principio a fin = from start to finish, gavel to gavel, from beginning to end.
    * de principio a fin (documento) = cover to cover.
    * desde el principio = from the start, all along, ab initio, from the outset, from the beginning, from the word go, from the word get-go.
    * desde el principio de los tiempos = since the beginning of time, from the beginning of time, since time began.
    * desde principio a fin = throughout.
    * desde principios de siglo = since the turn of the century, from the turn of the century.
    * el principio de = the dawn of.
    * el principio del fin = the beginning of the end.
    * el principio de + Mes/Estación = early + Mes/Estación.
    * empezar por el principio = start from + scratch, start at + ground zero.
    * en principio = at first, conceivably, first of all, prima facie.
    * en un principio = at an earlier stage, initially, originally, at one time, to begin with.
    * fracaso desde el principio = doomed failure.
    * hay que empezar por el principio = first things must come first.
    * leer de principio a fin = read + from cover to cover.
    * muy al principio = in very early days, at the very outset.
    * para principios de siglo = by the turn of the century.
    * principio, el = early days, the.
    * regresar al principio = go back to + square one, be back to square one.
    * volvemos siempre al principio = things swing full circle.
    * volver al principio = come + full circle, bring + Pronombre + full-circle.

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    A (comienzo) beginning
    el principio del verano early summer, the beginning of summer
    empieza por el principio start at the beginning
    el principio del fin the beginning of the end
    el éxito logrado con su primer libro es un buen principio the success she's had with her first book is a good start, the success of her first book has got her off to a good start
    se llegó a un principio de acuerdo en las negociaciones they reached the beginnings of an agreement in the negotiations
    congeniamos desde el principio we got along well from the start
    leyó el libro desde el principio hasta el final sin parar he read the book from cover to cover o from beginning to end o from start to finish without putting it down
    a principios de temporada at the beginning of the season
    a principios de siglo at the turn of the century
    al principio at first
    en un principio se creyó que la Tierra era plana at first o in the beginning people believed the Earth was flat
    B
    1 (concepto, postulado) principle
    es un principio universalmente aceptado it's a universally accepted concept
    la teoría parte de un principio erróneo the theory is based on a false premise
    en principio la reunión es el jueves the meeting's on Thursday unless you hear otherwise o provisionally, the meeting is set for Thursday
    en principio estoy de acuerdo, pero no depende sólo de mí I agree in principle, but it isn't only up to me
    2 (norma moral) principle
    es una cuestión de principios it's a question of principle(s)
    es una persona de principios she's a person of principle o a principled person
    por principio on principle
    Compuestos:
    uncertainty principle
    uncertainty principle
    principio de placer/realidad
    pleasure/reality principle
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    Del verbo principiar: ( conjugate principiar)

    principio es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    principió es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    principiar    
    principio
    principio sustantivo masculino
    1 ( comienzo) beginning;

    empieza por el principio start at the beginning;
    eso es un buen principio that's a good start;
    en un or al principio at first, in the beginning
    2 (postulado, norma moral) principle;

    por principio on principle
    principio sustantivo masculino
    1 (comienzo) beginning, start: nos hemos perdido el principio de la película, we've missed the beginning of the film
    2 (causa, origen) premise, origin
    3 (idea fundamental, norma) principle 4 principios, (nociones) rudiments, basics: posee algunos principios de mecánica, she has some rudiments of mechanics
    ♦ Locuciones: al principio, at first
    en principio, in principle
    por principio, on principle
    ' principio' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    A
    - cien
    - empezar
    - extrema
    - extremo
    - frustrarse
    - germen
    - horterada
    - indirecta
    - vista
    - criterio
    - elemental
    - por
    English:
    at
    - basically
    - begin
    - beginning
    - cornerstone
    - early
    - farce
    - first
    - front
    - further
    - go
    - hear of
    - initially
    - initiation
    - listen
    - maybe
    - originally
    - outset
    - policy
    - principle
    - see
    - soon
    - start
    - stick to
    - tenet
    - wind back
    - from
    - out
    - right
    - throughout
    - turn
    * * *
    1. [comienzo] beginning, start;
    empieza por el principio start at the beginning;
    al principio at first, in the beginning;
    desde el principio from the beginning;
    se ha llegado a un principio de acuerdo a preliminary agreement has been reached;
    a principios de at the beginning of;
    en un principio at first;
    el principio del fin the beginning of the end;
    del principio al fin, desde el principio hasta el fin from beginning to end, from start to finish
    2. [fundamento, ley] principle
    principio de Arquímedes Archimedes' principle; Filosofía principio de causalidad causality principle;
    principio de incertidumbre uncertainty principle;
    principio de indeterminación uncertainty principle;
    principio del todo o nada all-or-nothing policy
    3. [origen] origin, source
    4. [elemento] element
    principio activo active ingredient
    5.
    principios [reglas de conducta] principles;
    un hombre de principios a man of principles;
    sin principios unprincipled, unscrupulous;
    por principio on principle;
    se negó a hacerlo por principios she refused to do it on principle
    6.
    principios [nociones] rudiments, first principles;
    tiene algunos principios de informática she knows a bit about computing
    7. [primera consideración]
    en principio: en principio, me parece buena la idea in principle, the idea seems good;
    en principio quedamos en hacer una reunión el jueves provisionally o unless you hear otherwise, we've arranged to meet on Thursday
    * * *
    m
    1 ley, moral principle;
    en principio in principle;
    por principio on principle
    2 en tiempo beginning;
    a principios de abril at the beginning of April;
    al principio, en un principio at first;
    el principio del fin the beginning of the end
    * * *
    1) comienzo: beginning
    2) : principle
    3)
    al principio : at first
    4)
    a principios de : at the beginning of
    a principios de agosto: at the beginning of August
    5)
    en principio : in principle
    * * *
    1. (comienzo) beginning
    2. (concepto) principle
    a principios de... at the beginning of...

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  • 6 Eledá:

    Ángel de la Guarda. El principal de los tres espíritus tutelares de todo ser humano. Los tres espíritus que lo acompañan y gobiernan a uno son santos, oríshas. Es necesario consultar a un oráculo de Ocha para saber con certeza quiénes son los oríshas tutelares de una persona. Cuando se conoce al dueño de la cabeza, al Eledá, ya es fácil conocer a los otros el camino en que se le presenta a uno. Si a uno le sale letra de asentarse el santo y así lo quiere, principia todo un proceso preparatorio para profesar. Este proceso se apura cuando hay peligro de muerte. Todo preparado, entra uno en "abboddún" desde que le ponen el Obatalá eleke aña; siete días de rituales iniciales en el ilé ocha, en la estera y ya pasan a hacerle a uno el Kari Ocha o fijación del santo en la cabeza. Esta ceremonia es muy secreta y seria: no la puede presenciar quien no tenga sacerdocio o profesión de santero o santera. Sigue el día del medio y después el de "itá", siete días más y ya puede ir uno para su casa. Todo el mundo tiene Eledá, pero son muy pocos los que tienen que sentárselo. El Eledá es el guía de uno, los otros dos orichas acompañantes son los protectores. "En, la cabeza, es sagrada, fíj ese que a ella va el Eledá, el santo principal de uno". "Eledá es lo que piensa, ve, vela, siempre está kuni kuni". "Guía y decide nuestra vida". "Lo que está en la cabeza es santo", es por eso que no se le estará tocando ni golpeando la cabeza a uno: "¿Ud. le va a pegar a su Eledá?; tampoco se debe andar sin sombrero porque el sol y el sereno dañan el aché que le da su Eledá". Cuando se lava la cabeza o se le hace rogación, a quien se le hace es a su Eledá o Ángel. "El bautismo de los curas es una rogación; ellos lo pueden hacer porque tienen, a su manera, el Eledá asentado: es igual". Desde que uno está en el vientre materno ya tiene guía y protección; "nunca y por razón alguna se separan de uno: ¡no se deje engañar, Hijo!" Cuando uno nace hay que hacerle algo al Eledá, a veces en el vientre. "Nosotros no vemos al Eledá hasta el momento en que se va a morir uno". Al día siguiente de la muerte de un olócha y al amanecer, se hace una ceremonia mortuoria en la que se ve la sombra del Eledá, la cual recibe una rogación de despido y se le mete en el ataúd para que acompañe al cadáver. "Ese es el único momento en que andamos con sombras". "El asunto de los congos es como el de los espiritistas, siempre andan con sombras": no hay brujo sin espíritu". "Los congos son espiritistas"; "nosotros somos santeros"; "ellos hablan y tratan con los muertos, siempre; nosotros con los oríshas". "El muerto interrumpe al santo". En la cabeza que se hizo kari ocha solamente puede posesionarse el santo de cabecera, ni siquiera los protectores y mucho menos los muertos, salvo que sea el Eledá un orisha que como Ochún o Yemayá son muerteras y dejan que por su "erí" pasen muertos. Para más detalles consulte a los olochas y al magnífico libro de la Srta. Lidia Cabrera titulado "El Monte". Sinónimos: Eléddá

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