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Looking at use of sacred CHamoru words

Maga'lahi and Maga'amko and other cultural wordsFakai used as profanity commercially actually means equitably distributed with relation to InafamaolekAlso like reading about taotaomona as our ancestral spirits and not a scary frightening ghostRead on and share with fam especially our kidshttps://www.postguam.com/forum/featured_columnists/looking-at-use-of-sacred-chamoru-words/article_cb2b8f80-c06d-11e7-a747-af00aa6e1519.html The Guam Daily Post Looking at use of sacred CHamoru words We were in my kitchen in Chicago one cold winter day. I was teaching my granddaughters how to make kådun månnok. The phone rang; the youngest dashed to answer the (22 kB) https://bloximages.newyork1.vip.townnews.com/postguam.com/content/tncms/custom/image/5b4e41b6-2b8d-11ea-8eae-5b294050394f.png

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