Lhe words make up the stories. As for etymology, it is the science of the origin of words. A little linguistic insight between evocation and meaning.

BUGAIA: In medieval Romance languages, Bugaya (from Arabic Bugāya; from Spanish Bujía and Italian Bugía) was the name of a special city. It referred to the town that supplied a large amount of wax, which was used for making candles. The word "candle" did not appear in the French language until the 14th century. It was taken from Bugaya, an Arabic transcription of the Kabyle word Bgayet, the name of a maritime town in Algeria (called Bougie or Béjaia).

Bugaia was born out of the desire to bring back the times, the genres and the beautiful materials, while keeping an ethical conscience.