The notion of vogue It has multiple meanings. Many of them are linked to fishes of diverse families, whose denominations vary according to the geographic region.
Is called common vogue to the Leporinus obtusidens, a fish from the group of teleosts that inhabits several South American rivers, lagoons, lakes and streams. You can find bogas between two and almost ten kilograms of weight depending on the area. It is an edible animal that can be prepared in multiple ways: baked, baked grill , filling, etc.
He Leporinus striatus, on the other hand, receives the name of striped vogue or boguita . It is also native to the South American region, living in waters warm and warm, especially in Paraguay , Brazil and the northeast area of the Argentinian republic .
The smooth vogue or fine vogue is the fish whose scientific name is Schizodon borellii. Freshwater, this species lives in tropical climate. Also called Vogue Lisa Schizodon fasciatus and at Schizodon Platae.
In Europe There are also freshwater fish that are known as bogas. Among them we can name the Iberochondrostoma lusitanicum (Portuguese vogue ), he Durian Pseudochondrostoma (Douro vogue ), he Pseudochondrostoma willkommii (Vogue of the Guadiana ) and the Pseudochondrostoma polylepis (vogue of the Tagus ).
There are even saltwater fish called bogas: the Haemulon striatum, he Boops Boops, he Boops lineatus and others.
On the other hand, it is called vogue at act from row (paddling) and what is of fashion . By example : "Now we will try to move forward with a long vogue until we reach the island", “Electronic music is in vogue”, "We will not win the race slowly".
Given this apparent distance between the two meanings of the term vogueNeedless to say, it brings with it an interesting etymology . As in almost all cases, scholars do not have a single theory about their evolution, so it remains to study some of them. First, the meaning of vogue which is understood as a synonym for fashion seems to have its origin in the French term vogue.
In French, the word vogue can be translated as "fashion, popularity ", and is found in the expression used internationally in vogue, which we understand as "fashionable, with good reputation". Regarding its etymology, vogue drift of the verb voguer, which means "rowing", so that we could describe its semantic evolution as follows: paddle, sail calmly through the water, go smoothly through the sea of current tastes.
In Spanish, as mentioned in one of the previous examples, we can make use of the expression in vogue to avoid the equivalent in French, although both have the same meaning. Before receiving this term in our language, it first derived from French to Italian around the 15th century, with the meaning of "credit, reputation ".
All this becomes even more complex when we focus on the meaning that defines row as the action of row , since here the French term not only comes into play voguer but the verb wagon, originally from the French language (also known as tedesco, Hun or lingua franca, it was the language spoken by the Franks until the Middle Ages, when it became extinct.)
This phrenic verb can be translated as "move "and in the past used to describe a rowing boat that was marching correctly. Now, it is believed that the verb row, understood as "rowing", has its origin in Latin vocare, "to call", as a representation of the shout that the helmsman gave to mark the step, and this leads us to understand the expression "to be the shout of fashion".