CAMBA: Resident of eastern Bolivia
COLLA O KOLLA: Resident of the Bolivian Altiplano
CAPIBARA: Large rodent that lives in Amazonia (capybara).
CHACRA: 1. useless, good-for-nothing 2. Small farm
CHALLA: Aymara blessing ceremony
CHAPACO: Resident of Tarija
CHAQUEO: Clearing fields by burning. Environmental problem
CHARANGO: Bolivian stringed instrument, similar to a guitar
CHE: Argentine expression used to address someone familiarly. It's used in Bolivia as a tag spoken at the end of sentences.
CHOCA: Blond woman
CHOLA: Andean woman wearing traditional costume
CHUÑO: Freeze-dried potato
CHULLO: Wool cap with ear flaps
CHULLPA/CHULLPARES: Pre-Colombian tomb(s)
CHUPAR: Drink alcoholic beverages
COCALERO: Coca grower
COCHABAMBINO: Cochabamba resident
CORREGIDOR: Judge, magistrate: highest authority in a town
CRUCEÑO: Santa Cruz resident
DE LA PUTA: Expression used to say something is quite good.
DIABLADA: Folkloric dance originating in Oruro
EKEKO: God of plenty
EL ALTO: Neighboring city of La Paz with a million residents where most rural migrants settle.
ENTEL: Government telephone company
ENTRADA: Parade of traditional dances
ESQUINA: Word used to get off the bus. Short for: "I would like to get off the bus at the next corner, please."