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It continues, "and to that other island which they call Bosio" (probably Bohio) "and the others which are on the way, I will see these in passing.
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He was determined to find the island of Bohio, greatly to the terror of the poor Indians, whom he had on board: they said that its natives had but one eye, in the middle of their foreheads, and that they were well armed and ate their prisoners.
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On the fourth of December he continued his eastward voyage, and on the next day saw far off the mountains of Hayti, which was the Bohio he sought for.
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He coasted eastward along the northern side of the island, hoping that it might be the continent, and always inquiring for gold when he landed; but the Indians, as before, referred him to yet another land, still further south, which they still called Bohio.
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The part of the island where they arrived was called Hayti, another part Xamana, and the third Bohio.
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This was called _bohio_, a word improperly applied to the huts, and used by the Spaniards to designate their villages.
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In the southern districts, the _bohios_, and the dwellings of the caciques, were furnished with stools wrought with considerable skill from hard wood, and sometimes ornamented.
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The other land of Bohio was left to leeward.
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Beyond this cape there stretched out another land or cape, also trending east, which the Indians on board called Bohio.
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They affirm that they live in the island of Bohio, which must be very large, according to all accounts.
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The Admiral says that the inhabitants of Cuba, or Juana,[167-3] and of all the other islands, are much afraid of the inhabitants of Bohio, because they say that they eat people.
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He only inferred that those of Bohio must have more cleverness and cunning to be able to capture the others, who, however, are very poor-spirited.
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They declared that it was very large, with great mountains, rivers, and valleys; and that the island of Bohio was larger than Juana, which they call Cuba, and that it is not surrounded by water.
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I believe that no one who should see them could say less than I have said, and I repeat that the things and the great villages of this island of Española, which they call Bohio, are wonderful.
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He gave some account of it, especially saying that in Cipango, which they call Cibao,[202-1] it is so abundant that it is of no value, and that they will bring it, although there is also much more in the island of Española, which they call Bohio, and in the province of Caritaba.
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He left on that island of Española, which the Indians called Bohio, 39 men[210-1] with the fortress, and he says that they were great friends of Guacanagari.
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He then went to the coast of Española, on information from the Indians that there was a great quantity of gold and many mines in that island of Española, which the Indians call Bohio.
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The names in the Spanish text are Colba and Bosio, errors in transcription for Cuba and Bohio.
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In Las Casas, I. 339, Bohio is mentioned with Babeque, and it is in Bohio that the people were reported to gather gold on the beach.
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He thinks it possible that the cape first sighted may have been called Bohio.
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Examples of Bohio

Example #1
He still wished to see the king of whom the Indians had spoken, but meant afterward to go to "another very great island, which I believe must be Cipango, which they call Colba.
Example #2
The Admiral asked him for water, and they brought it gladly to the shore in calabashes.
Example #3
He landed in the bay of Moa, and then, keeping near the coast, sailed towards the Capo del Pico, now called Cape Vacz.
Example #4
He sought, without success, for pearls, and always pressed his inquiries for gold.
Example #5
At Puerto Santo he was detained some days by bad weather.