[ me-hee-kah-noh; Spanish me-khee-kah-naw ]
/ ˌmɛ hiˈkɑ noʊ; Spanish mɛ xiˈkɑ nɔ /
noun, plural Me·xi·ca·nos [me-hee-kah-nohz; Spanish me-khee-kah-naws] /ˌmɛ hiˈkɑ noʊz; Spanish mɛ xiˈkɑ nɔs/ for 2.
the Nahuatl language.
a Mexican citizen.
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Origin of Mexicano
From the Spanish word mexicano Mexican
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The old Mexicano told me the stream broadened out to considerable width, making a small bay in which several schooners could ride.The Radio Boys on Secret Service Duty|Gerald Breckenridge