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Jicarilla

[ hee-kuh-ree-uh ]
/ ˌhi kəˈri ə /
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noun, plural Ji·ca·ril·las, (especially collectively) Ji·ca·ril·la for 1.
a member of a group of North American Indians who once inhabited primarily northern New Mexico and southeastern Colorado and are now situated in northwestern New Mexico.
the Athabascan language of the Jicarilla.
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