noun, plural Ta·ra·hu·ma·ras, (especially collectively) Ta·ra·hu·ma·ra for 1.
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It does not, however, reach the perpetual snow-line, although this is passed by Tarahumara of the Sierra Madre.Mexico
Charles Reginald Enock
For the French casser, we find the Tarahumara cassnaler; for ttonner, the Tepehuana tatame.
Hervas, whose work appeared in 1787, says that the Tarahumara language is full of Mexican words.
Apatschee, a nation 'welche um ganz Neu-Biscaya, und auch an Tarahumara grnzet.'
The Tarahumares inhabit the district of Tarahumara in the state of Chihuahua.