The Quechua are a large people living in the west of South America. They originate from the Incas conquered by the conquistadors. Most of the representatives of this people have Spanish names and surnames, but the traditional Quechua names have also been preserved. Women's names refer to the names of flowers, herbs and natural phenomena. Male - to predatory animals ("Puma", "Jaguar", "Falcon", etc.) and the qualities that a man should possess ("Strong", "Rebellious", "Glorious", etc.). Quechua also has a large group of names that can belong to both a man and a woman, for example, "Sun", "Luck", "Happiness", "Joy".
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