Mescalero

[ mes-kuh-lair-oh ]
/ ˌmɛs kəˈlɛər oʊ /

noun, plural Mes·ca·le·ros, (especially collectively) Mes·ca·le·ro.

a member of a group of Apache Indians who originally inhabited northern Mexico and the southwestern U.S. east of the Rio Grande, have intermarried with the Chiricahua and Lipan, and are presently situated in New Mexico.

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