noun, plural Chir·i·ca·huas, (especially collectively) Chir·i·ca·hua for 1.
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The other was named Tze-go-juni, a Chiricahua, and a woman with a most romantic history.
A sort of mutual council of war of all the officers and Colonel Evans was held over the body of the dead Chiricahua scout.
Noon came, and the Chiricahua brought them some army bread, some fried bacon, and some coffee.
Is the whole Chiricahua tribe, reinforced by a swarm from the Sierra Blanca, concentrating on him now?Foes in Ambush|Charles King
Neither could Colonel Evans, when the Chiricahua repeated them.