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ejidatario

[ Spanish e-hee-thah-tah-ryaw ]
/ Spanish ɛˌhi ðɑˈtɑ ryɔ /
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noun, plural e·ji·da·ta·rios [Spanish e-hee-thah-tah-ryaws]. /Spanish ɛˌhi ðɑˈtɑ ryɔs/.

a member of an ejido.

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Origin of ejidatario

<Mexican Spanish, equivalent to ejid(o) ejido + Spanish -atario (learned) <Latin; see -ate1, -ary
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