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describes three mestizos, who accompanied him in
hunting excursions, and says: "Two of them were brothers named loao
(Ivan) and Seferino Jabuti. Jabuti, which means "Turtle" was a nickname,
according to their father for his slow gait, and, as usual in this country, it
passed in the form of a surname to all of his kind." We can add another message
made by Mr. Wallace concerning the same country, namely, that
one of the tribes on the river Isanna called "Jurupari" (Devils), and another called
"Ducks", third - "Stars", the fourth "Cassava". Comparing together the two
these statements, it is still possible to doubt the origin of this kind
of tribal names. Let "the Tortoise" become sufficiently famous
(there is no need to any real superiority,
pretty nasty and sometimes outstanding properties) - and here the tradition on
the origin of him, supported by his descendants if he stood
above others, or malicious neighbours, if he stood below, may
contact the generic epithet {After the above pages were
it is written, my attention was attracted by one place at sir John Labbok in
the Appendix to the second edition of his "Prehistoric times," He points out here
to a similar origin of tribal names and says the following:
"Trying to explain the cult of animals, we must remember that names are very often
are borrowed from them. Children and supporters of a man called
"Bear" or "Lion", wish to make this name tribal name. Here
and the animal is first read, then is worshiped". On the origin
this cult, however, sir John Lubbock does not give a special explanation.
Apparently, he inclined to the belief, tacitly adopted and Mr.
Mac McLennan, the cult of animals came about from the original fetishism and
it is a more developed form. I, as it turns out, looking at
its origin is otherwise.}.