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In Spain, Portugal, and Latin America including Brazil , parents sometimes invoke the Coco or Cuca as a way of discouraging their children from misbehaving; they sing lullabies or tell rhymes warning their children that if they don't obey their parents, el Coco will come and get them and then eat them.

It is not the way the Coco looks but what it does that scares most. It is a child eater and a kidnapper; it may immediately devour the child, leaving no trace, or it may spirit the child away to a place of no return, but it only does this to disobedient children.

It is on the lookout for children's misbehavior from the rooftops; it takes the shape of any dark shadow and stays watching.

Others see the Coco as a representation of the deceased of the local community. Vai-te Coca. Vai-te Coca Para cima do telhado Deixa o menino dormir Um soninho descansado.

Leave Coca. Leave Coca Go to the top of the roof Let the child have A quiet sleep. The traditional Brazilian lullaby is as follows, with the Cuca as a female humanoid alligator:.

Sleep little baby That Cuca comes to get you Daddy went to the farm Mommy went to work. Verses and songs were used in pre-Roman Iberia to transmit history to the younger generations, as told by ancient authors.

Sallust said the mothers sang the military feats of the fathers to incite the children to battle. There is no general description of the cucuy , as far as facial or body descriptions, but it is stated that this shapeshifting being is extremely horrible to look at.

The coco is variously described as a shapeless figure, sometimes a hairy monster, that hides in closets or under beds and eats children that misbehave when they are told to go to bed.

Coca is also the name of a female dragon who featured in various medieval celebrations in the Iberian Peninsula. If she defeats Saint George by scaring the horse, there will be a bad year for the crops and famine; if the horse and Saint George win by cutting off one of her ears with earring and her tongue, the crops will be fertile.

In Galicia there are still two dragon cocas, one in Betanzos and the other in Redondela. Afonso III from the year , where it is referred to as a big fish that appears on the shore : [30] "And if by chance any whale or sperm whale or mermaid or coca or dolphin or Musaranha or other large fish that resembles some of these die in Sesimbra or Silves or elsewhere[.

In Catalonia , the Cuca fera de Tortosa was first documented in It is a zoomorphic figure that looks like a tortoise with a horned spine, dragon claws and a dragon head.

This legend of the Coca can be compared to the one of Peluda or Tarasque. In Brazil , the Coco appears as a humanoid female alligator called Cuca. She is dressed like a woman with ugly hair and a sack on her back.

Cuca appears as the one of the main villains in children's books by Monteiro Lobato , but in the books she appears like a powerful witch that attacks innocent children.

Artists illustrating these books depicted the Cuca as an anthropomorphic alligator. She is an allusion to Coca , a dragon from the folklore of Portugal and Galicia.

Traditionally in Portugal, however, the coco is represented by an iron pan with holes, to represent a face, with a light inside; or by a vegetable lantern carved from a pumpkin with two eyes and a mouth, which is left in dark places with a light inside to scare people.

The same name [Coca] is given to the pumpkin perforated with the shape of a face, with a candle burning in the inside—this gives the idea of a skull on fire—that the boys on many lands of our Beira carry stuck on a stick.

The autumnal and childish custom of emptying pumpkins and carving on its bark , eyes, nose and mouth looking for a sombre expression, far from being a tradition imported by a recent Americanizing cultural mimicry, is a cultural trait in ancient Iberian Peninsula.

This representation would be related to the Celtic cult of the severed heads in the Iberian peninsula. This bark from which the pome receives its vegetable nourishment, which is through its stem , has an acute way, which wants to resemble a nose placed between two round eyes, from where it throws the sprout , when it wants to be born; by reason of such figure, it was called by our [men] coco , name imposed by the women on anything they want to put fear to the children, this name thus remained, as no one knows another.

Rafael Bluteau observes that the coco and coca were thought to look like skulls, in Portugal:.

Coco or Coca. We make use of these words to frighten children, because the inner shell of the Coco has on its outside surface three holes giving it the appearance of a skull.

Its purpose is to share the bread or treats gathered door to door with the dead of the community, who were eagerly awaited and arrived at night in the shape of butterflies or little animals, during the traditional magusto.

In this same city of Coimbra , where we find ourselves today, it is customary for groups of children to walk on the streets, on the 31st October and 1st and 2nd November, at nightfall, with a hollow pumpkin with holes that were cut out pretending to be eyes, nose and mouth, as if it was a skull, and with a stump of candle lit from within, to give it a more macabre look.

To ensure that the souls found their way back home, the Botador de almas , whose mission was to lay souls botar almas , would go every night through valleys and mountains and up on trees ringing a little bell, or carrying a lantern and singing a prayer to the souls.

Every Portuguese village had one. The serandeiros are disguised young men, covered with a blanket, a bed sheet or a hooded cloak.

They carry a staff a stick of quince or of honeyberry , about their own height in one hand, and in the other they carry a small bundle of basil or apples that they make the girls that take part of the desfolhada smell, or with which they tickle people's cheeks; sometimes, to play a prank, they bring stinging nettles.

When a girl recognizes the serandeiro or if she recognizes her boyfriend masked as a serandeiro, she throws him an apple brought from home.

The heads would have protective and healing powers, protecting people and communities. They would also be cherished for their divinatory, prophetic and healing powers.

In Portugal, rituals among the Catholic religious order of Our Lady of Cabeza , a Black Madonna , include the offering of heads of wax to the Lady, praying the Hail Mary while keeping a small statue of Our Lady on top of the head; the pilgrims pray with their own heads inside a hole in the wall of the chapel.

According to Pedro Carvalho, the pre-Roman findings and the unusual location of the ruins inside an 8th-century BC hillfort suggest it was the place of a pre-Roman cult.

Several of her names are thought to be of pre-Roman origin. In Portugal alone titles for Our Lady have been found in churches, altars and images, not including the names of villages and places.

The common element to all these names is the title Lady. In ancient times the titles that were used in Portugal by the ladies of the court were Meana me Ana or Miana mi Ana and Meona me Ona ; these words meant the same as miLady, that is, Ana and Ona were synonyms of Senhora and Dona.

On the wall facing south there is a hole, where legend says the mouros used to put their head to hear the sound of the sea. The local people also have the custom of putting their head inside the hole: some to hear the whisper that is similar to the waves of the sea, others to heal headaches.

In Portugal, coca is a name for a hooded cloak ; it was also the name of the traditional hooded black wedding gown still in use at the beginning of the 20th century.

This man was either named coca, farnicoco, farricunco, farricoco from Latin far, farris [86] and coco or death. The name coca was given to the cloak and to the man who wore the cloak.

In the travels of the Baron Rozmital, , a paragraph was written commenting on the traditional mourning clothes of the Portuguese of that time.

The relatives of the deceased who accompanied his funeral would be clad in white and hooded like monks, but the paid mourners would be arrayed in black.

In Ribadeo , two giant figures represent "el coco y la coca" that dance at the sound of drummers and Galician bagpipe players. The 'land of the dead' is a mythic land which appears in traditions from various cultures around the ancient world.

The lore of Galicia says that "In Galicia there are two overlapped people: a part lives on the surface of the land; they are the Galician people, and the other in the subsoil, the Mouros".

Mourama is the otherworld, the world of the dead from where everything comes back. The Mourama is ruled by an enchanted being who is called rei Mouro king Mouro.

His daughter is the princesa Moura princess Moura , a shapeshifter who changes herself into a snake, also called bicha Moura , or can even be seen riding a dragon.

In the last chapter of the work of Miguel de Cervantes , the epitaph of Don Quijote identifies him as the scarecrow and el coco. He had the whole world in little, he was the scarecrow and the coco of the world, in such a conjuncture, that he credited his fortune to die sane and to live insane.

Que Viene el Coco , a painting that depicts a cloaked, menacing figure, was painted by Goya in The Cuco appears in AdventureQuest Worlds.

It is among the creatures that attack Terra da Festa before the Carnaval Party. The Cuco resembles a Carnaval version of Blister.

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Every Portuguese village had one. The serandeiros are disguised young men, covered with a blanket, a bed sheet or a hooded cloak. They carry a staff a stick of quince or of honeyberry , about their own height in one hand, and in the other they carry a small bundle of basil or apples that they make the girls that take part of the desfolhada smell, or with which they tickle people's cheeks; sometimes, to play a prank, they bring stinging nettles.

When a girl recognizes the serandeiro or if she recognizes her boyfriend masked as a serandeiro, she throws him an apple brought from home.

The heads would have protective and healing powers, protecting people and communities. They would also be cherished for their divinatory, prophetic and healing powers.

In Portugal, rituals among the Catholic religious order of Our Lady of Cabeza , a Black Madonna , include the offering of heads of wax to the Lady, praying the Hail Mary while keeping a small statue of Our Lady on top of the head; the pilgrims pray with their own heads inside a hole in the wall of the chapel.

According to Pedro Carvalho, the pre-Roman findings and the unusual location of the ruins inside an 8th-century BC hillfort suggest it was the place of a pre-Roman cult.

Several of her names are thought to be of pre-Roman origin. In Portugal alone titles for Our Lady have been found in churches, altars and images, not including the names of villages and places.

The common element to all these names is the title Lady. In ancient times the titles that were used in Portugal by the ladies of the court were Meana me Ana or Miana mi Ana and Meona me Ona ; these words meant the same as miLady, that is, Ana and Ona were synonyms of Senhora and Dona.

On the wall facing south there is a hole, where legend says the mouros used to put their head to hear the sound of the sea. The local people also have the custom of putting their head inside the hole: some to hear the whisper that is similar to the waves of the sea, others to heal headaches.

In Portugal, coca is a name for a hooded cloak ; it was also the name of the traditional hooded black wedding gown still in use at the beginning of the 20th century.

This man was either named coca, farnicoco, farricunco, farricoco from Latin far, farris [86] and coco or death. The name coca was given to the cloak and to the man who wore the cloak.

In the travels of the Baron Rozmital, , a paragraph was written commenting on the traditional mourning clothes of the Portuguese of that time.

The relatives of the deceased who accompanied his funeral would be clad in white and hooded like monks, but the paid mourners would be arrayed in black.

In Ribadeo , two giant figures represent "el coco y la coca" that dance at the sound of drummers and Galician bagpipe players.

The 'land of the dead' is a mythic land which appears in traditions from various cultures around the ancient world.

The lore of Galicia says that "In Galicia there are two overlapped people: a part lives on the surface of the land; they are the Galician people, and the other in the subsoil, the Mouros".

Mourama is the otherworld, the world of the dead from where everything comes back. The Mourama is ruled by an enchanted being who is called rei Mouro king Mouro.

His daughter is the princesa Moura princess Moura , a shapeshifter who changes herself into a snake, also called bicha Moura , or can even be seen riding a dragon.

In the last chapter of the work of Miguel de Cervantes , the epitaph of Don Quijote identifies him as the scarecrow and el coco.

He had the whole world in little, he was the scarecrow and the coco of the world, in such a conjuncture, that he credited his fortune to die sane and to live insane.

Que Viene el Coco , a painting that depicts a cloaked, menacing figure, was painted by Goya in The Cuco appears in AdventureQuest Worlds.

It is among the creatures that attack Terra da Festa before the Carnaval Party. The Cuco resembles a Carnaval version of Blister.

The Cuca later appears where it is depicted as a humanoid alligator in witch attire. He was voiced by Danny Trejo. Carl Casagrande starts a ghost tour revolving around El Cucuy after hearing about it from his grandmother Rosa.

Afterwards, Carl, Lalo, and Sergio soon find that the El Cucuy legend appears to be true when it shows up and haunts Carl. It leaves when Carl does his chores and refunds the money he made.

When El Cucuy visits the hot dog vendor Bruno, he was spooked until it was discovered to be a disguise worn by Rosa.

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Please consider expanding the lead to provide an accessible overview of all important aspects of the article.

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Lexicon Cornu-Britannicum: A dictionary of the ancient Celtic language of Cornwall, in which the words are elucidated by copious examples from the Cornish works now remaining; with transl.

The synonyms are also given in the cognate dialects of Welsh, Armoric, Irish, Gaelic, and Manx; shewing at one view the connexion between them.

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Livraria Bertrand. La Voz de Galicia. La tribuna del idioma. Editorial Tecnologica de CR. Portuguese Vocables in Asiatic Languages.

Banos grew up listening to Chicano rap from names such as Lil Rob , Baby Bash and MC Magic , [20] as well as Spanish rock , boleros and other old ballads that his parents would play around the house.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Bedroom pop [2] Indie-pop [3] Synthpop [4]. Main article: Para Mi Cuco album.

Retrieved August 23, Chicago Reader. Retrieved August 18, Interscope Records. Red Bull. Ones To Watch. Retrieved August 22, Rolling Stone. Retrieved September 6, Los Angeles Times.

November 10, Coup De Main Magazine. Here's the story of his comeback". Teen Vogue. The Washington Post.

The Columbian. Teal Magazine. Retrieved August 19, Apple Music. Alternative Press. Desert Sun. Press Enterprise. The New Yorker. LA Weekly.

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