Ritmo Con Aché
This is the title of one of my favorite songs. What does Aché mean? Anybody''
Aché does not mean ache. Ache is dolor, or achaques. The letter H is hache in Spanish. According to the Diccionario de la lengua española, of the Real Academia Española, aché is not a word in the Spanish language. However, looking up the song, if found a page on the song stating that aché is an african word that means a divine life force (in the santeria religion). Aché is a word in the West African Yoruba language.
I suppose that you are talking about a brasilean music. It's pronounced "Aché" is Spanish but is written "Axé" in portuguese.
Please, look at this place ...
Isn't that hache
I found Aché. It is an indigenous group.
That is a Latin American group of people, no? That's a possiblity, but I found the meaning I got in a page with the song. Regardless, it isn't Spanish!
I realized too late that ache had no accent on the e
my headache because I eat bad food
indigenous group., i think???
Nuyorican José Mangual Jr.'s song, Ritmo con Aché celebrates the African roots in Latino culture, referring to the West African Yoruba word, achéa divine life force from the santería religion, which blends West African spirituality and Catholicism. --Putumayo website which distributes the song
Ritmo Con Ache is a song found on the Jose Mangual, Jr. Album entitled "Bailando Con Los Santos" (Dancing With The Saints) The album is dedicated to some of the saints (orishas) of the Santeria religion which is practiced throughout the Caribbean and Latin America. Santeria combines African dieties with Catholic saints. The word "ache" is an African word originating with the Yoruba people of Southwest Nigeria. It refers to the devine life forces associated with the religion.
Ritmo Con Aché means Rhythm with an "H". Aché is the name for the letter "H".
It means ache