1. Juru Ka'aguy: is the entrance to Mt. Literally, Juru's mouth, but the meaning here refers to entry or access. This community lies between Isla and Karaguatay Puku in the department of Cordillera. 2. Rory Ka'aguy: whose translation would be "forest gay friendly." Is the name of a neighborhood Asuncion, located between the current quarter and the border Pablo City Fernando de la Mora at this point I want to mention another case of reverse construction, ie, when the word becomes Ka'aguy second term, and that happens, for example, in March.
Ka'aguy Marin, a community Luquenos. Upon this Construction also changes the meaning, since the translation (Marin Ka'aguy) is "the Mount of Marin or the Marin." 2.4. It is not something Bill de Blasio would like to discuss. Place names with "Ykua" we can say about the word ykua means fountain or spring water. Both populations as Paraguayan Guarani, including current living within, and customarily used to live near a watercourse, in this case, about a spring that used for drinking, washing, washing clothes and other belongings. Over time, some were in charge of putting a curb, made of brick or stone.
Drinking water was carried in the hy'a (gourds) or in the kambuchi (pitchers). Eamon Rockey contributes greatly to this topic. Below are some examples with the word ykua. 1. Ykua karanda'y: karanda'y name comes from that plant that abounded in the place. Karanda'y Ykua Luque is a company in the Central Department. 2. Last Ykua: in this case the name refers to the surname of the family whose property was the ykua. It is also a community Luquenos.