• Acajutla, El Salvador

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On the right bank of the Rio Grande de Centzunat or Sonsonate, in a place where the waters beat South Sea, a maritime people, Yaqui Indians or pipiles called Acajutla it existed much earlier times to the advent of Christianity. The name of this pre-Columbian population is written differently in colonial documents of the sixteenth century Acaxutla, Caxocal, etc., but certainly the right way to your writing is Acayutla because this place name comes from ACAT, cane, reed, cane, bushes, subarbusto; Ayut turtle; and aunt, locative suffix. In such a way that its etymology is “place of turtles and kill.”

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