Choquia

choquía? What is it and what does it smell like?

It is also called choquiaque, choquilla, choquio or choquillo, and that what smells of choquía is choquillento or choquiento, including even.

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It is generally recommended to wash the chicken or fish away from the dishes, otherwise they will most likely smell like choquía. Similarly, when.

It is generally recommended to wash the chicken or fish away from the dishes, otherwise they will most likely smell like choquía. Similarly, when.

Choquiya has several spelling variants: choquía, xoquía or xoquiaque. Carlos Montemayor adds the variants zoquiaqui or zoquía, choquiyoso.

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In other words, the choquía is the penetrating odor that remains in some object or place. It can even be used when a person has not taken a bath.

What can smell like choquía?

First: no one has seen the choquía and no one knows what it is like. Therefore, it can be perceived in the least expected places. Third: despite the fact that many of us who use the term cannot precisely define its meaning, if we have already perceived it before, we will know how to locate it and communicate it to others, a privilege that language and culture allow us. Because knowing that something smells like choquía is always a perceptual sensitivity that has been previously acquired.

Almost always something that has been poorly washed or cleaned. This includes, animal-type fluids and water: a kitchen utensil or rag, a mop or slang. Avoid the smell of choquía using the disinfectants indicated here. It is also called choquiaque, choquilla, choquio or choquillo, and that what smells of choquía is choquillento or choquiento, including even a person who does not bathe or smells bad. Other ways in which it can be found are chuquía or chuquiaque.

Yes, it is an ugly smell, but not just any, but specific; a cultural perception that has transcended generations that has been given a certain face through language. Georges Steiner in Aspects of Language and Translation says that each human language maps the world in a different way, and that each language has a limited potential for discovery, for reconstruction of reality. I think it is in this sense that the term choquía should continue to be used. By Gustavo Romero.

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