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Tehuelche

[ tuh-wel-chee, -chey ]
/ təˈwɛl tʃi, -tʃeɪ /
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noun, plural Te·huel·ches, (especially collectively) Te·huel·che for 1.
a member of an Indian people of Patagonia.
the language of these people.
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Origin of Tehuelche

From the Araucanian word cheu(ù)lche, said to mean literally “fearless and elusive”

OTHER WORDS FROM Tehuelche

Te·huel·che·an, adjective
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