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Excelentísimo, ilustrísimo, magnífico y grandísimo señor de élite de los gurús burbujistas
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Efectivamente, los xuetas
group on the island of Majorca, descendants of Majorcan Jews who either converted to Christianity or were forced to keep their religion ******. They practiced strict endogamy.
The Xuetes were stigmatized and until the first half of the 20th century, but then by the second half of that century, with the spread of religious freedom and laicism, both the social pressure and community ties eventually vanished. Nowadays an estimated 18,000 people in the island carry Xueta surnames, but only a small fraction of the society (including those with Xueta surnames themselves) is self-aware of the troubled history of this group.
Aguiló, Bonnin, Cortès, Fortesa, Fuster, Martí, Miró, Picó, Pinya, Pomar, Segura, Tarongí, Valentí, Valleriola and Valls; Picó and Segura are not found among those condemned by the Inquisition, nor is Valentí, which was originally the nickname of a family who were then known as Fortesa.
Surnames Galiana, Moyà and Sureda figure among the penitents without having been considered Xuetes.
There are other surnames in Majorca that clearly are of Jewish origin, e.g., Abraham, Daviu, Duran, Jordà, Maimó, Salom, and Vidal. These derive from a broader converso community. Inquisition registers from the end of the 15th and beginning of the 16th century document more than 330 surnames among those condemned in Majorca. The persistence of the group might be explained by it having conserved a particular community structure on certain streets and in professional and mercantile guilds, as well as a complex system of familial alliances, far more than the clandestine practice of Judaism did, which was by no means universal
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