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[tuh-ras-koh, -rahs-]
noun, plural Ta·ras·cos, (especially collectively) Ta·ras·co.
  1. Tarascan.
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Historical Examples

  • It must not, however, be thought from this that there was any relationship between the Toltec and Tarasco languages.

    The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, Volume 5

    Hubert Howe Bancroft

  • The Tarasco population was now thoroughly alarmed and with one accord the various states began to prepare for war.

  • This prince was sent to the island of Xaracuero, to be educated by the Tarasco priests in the arts of civilized life.

  • Again the Tarasco princes were alarmed, and uniting their forces they marched upon Patzcuaro.