[pah-nuh-koh; Spanish pah-noo-kaw]


a river in E central Mexico, flowing E to the Gulf of Mexico. About 315 miles (505 km) long.

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Historical Examples of panuco

  • We notice, on the coast, the Gulf of Tampico, into which pours the river Panuco.

  • There are other ruins, situated south of Panuco, at the distance of about three leagues.

  • Most of it has come from the two towns, Huejutla, an Aztec town, and Panuco.

  • Four years later a feeble remnant of this expedition landed at Panuco, Mexico.

  • We recall that from the mouth of the Panuco River southward, we found evidence of considerable population in olden times.