noun, plural Ta·ras·cos, (especially collectively) Ta·ras·co.
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Historical Examples of tarasco
It must not, however, be thought from this that there was any relationship between the Toltec and Tarasco languages.
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.