noun, plural Ta·ras·cans, (especially collectively) Ta·ras·can for 1. Also Tarasco.
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Historical Examples of tarascan
Chavela was removing dishes and silver and placed them on her Tarascan tray.When the Owl Cries
He was called by them Calzonzi, which is only the Tarascan word for any chief or leader.Mexico
The only district where his work and mine overlap is the Tarascan area.
This district, in one respect, reminded us of the Tarascan country.
On the way, we secured our full series of Tarascan busts, at the Once Pueblos.