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wakayu o wakaya
Breed of alpaca which today makes up 90% of the herds in the Andes, and has shorty and spongier fibres than the suri. Its fibre is often compared to that of the Corriedale sheep.
Wild fibre camelid: evidence suggests that the llama has evolved from it.
Instrument made out of the shinbone of a llama or even the hooves or fine ribs of bone whose pointed end is used to select the warp threads and to press the already woven weft threads to surround them.
Wild camelid with very fine hair: evidence suggests that the alpaca has evolved from it.
wila awayu
Type of ahuayo where the garment has two red pampas.