[suh-rah-pee; Spanish sah-rah-pe]
noun, plural sa·ra·pes [suh-rah-peez; Spanish sah-rah-pes] /səˈrɑ piz; Spanish sɑˈrɑ pɛs/.
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The lady was young and in black, with a heavy wrap thrown about her, a Mexican sarape with wide stripes.Jack
On the head was worn a broad brimmed sombrero; and over the shoulders the jaunty Mexican sarape.Eleven Years in the Rocky Mountains and Life on the Frontier
Frances Fuller Victor