noun, plural Cha·mor·ros [chuh-mawr-ohz; Spanish chah-mawr-raws] /tʃəˈmɔr oʊz; Spanish tʃɑˈmɔr rɔs/, (especially collectively) Cha·mor·ro for 1.
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Chamorro proclaimed himself duly elected, and was installed in office at Granada, the chief city of the Servile faction.By-Ways of War|James Jeffrey Roche
It also obtained among the Chamorro of the Ladrones, who termed it tshomiko.
Their language is Chamorro, much resembling the Visayan dialect.The Philippine Islands|John Foreman