This finish has a spatial distribution much more wide that It goes from Bucaramanga (Santander province, Colombia), Cariamanga (Loja, Ecuador), Sosoranga (people of Ecuador 6 leagues from the River macara), Huamantanga (Canta province, Lima-Peru), Pauranga (Huancavelica), Huasicanga (Ancash), etc. For the Colombian area Bucaramanga is located in an area not quechua and is a clear exponent of the referenced component. The toponym is located in the province of Santander in the massif of the Colombian andes. In Colombia the quechua is spoken in the quartermaster of the Putumayu limit of the Inca Empire to the North under the name of Inga; a dialect belonging to the quechua family with 16,000 speakers. In this we find the voices: Angu: Raizpanga: Francisco Tandio and Stephen Levinson (1989) sheet point out that there is diversity of pronunciations in the dialects of the Inga, and that the differences between them are not at the level of the phonological system of the language, but to various realities allophonic. This would be the case for the quechua in the sierra de Piura and it would explain the presence of anga, Basa, Thong? In some cases it seems that this term corresponds to a deformation of the quechua Panka: leaf; Tanka, and which would associate the segment Li: name of a plant in the case of the toponym Lipanga in Huancabamba; but obviously this is the discussion because that could also be Amazon enclaves or mitmas in land away from their original territory, how well test it the toponyms of the CAT: Ocongate (town) and Ausangate (nevado 6.384 masl) in the cordillera oriental andina Cuzco and the word Yunchicate, a town in the tributary of the utcubamba (upper part) of the province of bagua in the Department of Amazonas. Rudy Mendoza Palacios Piura, September 1998 1 Ramirez Adrianzen Justino.