Lugbeg and Raichbe were two holy virgins; pata, however, was at first married, but afterwards she was a holy widow.
All eight met in the town of pata, which is at the entrance to that province.
I was young then, and had fought in the war, and pata Matara had fought by my side.
In pata occurred two cases, as it seemed, of resurrection; and in Tocolana he saved the church from burning.
(So the appearances at a ghata or pot and that of a pata or cloth, are lost in their substances of the clay and thread).
The first church of the Indians erected in this province was in the village of pata.
Of the pata, there exists a grammar written by Natal Lombardo, from which a few remarks are here given.
The first is called pata and has two ministers for eight hundred Indians.
I drank a little, and seeing me desist from taking more, he asked if I wished a servant-girl to "pata mimba."
As such, he was a definitor in the provincial chapter, and returned to Nueva Segovia as vicar of the village of pata.