noun, plural ma·ri·a·chis [mahr-ee-ah-cheez; Spanish mah-ryah-chees] /ˌmɑr iˈɑ tʃiz; Spanish mɑˈryɑ tʃis/.
Origin of mariachi
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Contemporary Examples of mariachi
Inside, guests reported, a mariachi band played, and Kissinger was regaled with a slew of speeches.Staking Out Kissinger’s 90th-Birthday Party
June 4, 2013
Word Origin for mariachi
"Mexican strolling musical band," 1941, from Mexican Spanish, from French mariage "marriage" (see marriage), so called because such bands performed at wedding celebrations. As an adjective by 1967.