Huaracho
Huarache Hua*ra"che, huaraches hua*ra"ches, Huaracho Hua*ra"cho, n.; pl. {Huarachos}. [Amer. Sp., also guaracha, guarache, huarache, prob. of Mexican origin.] A kind of low-heeled sandal with the upper consisting of interwoven leather strips; -- usually used in pl. [Southern U. S. & Mex.] [Webster 1913 Suppl. +PJC]

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  • huaracho — /weuh rah choh/; Sp. /wah rddah chaw/, n., pl. huarachos / chohz/; Sp. / chaws/. huarache. [1890 95, Amer.] * * * …   Universalium

  • huaracho —    See huarache …   Vocabulario Vaquero

  • huaracho — hua·ra·cho …   English syllables

  • huaracho — noun see huarache * * * /weuh rah choh/; Sp. /wah rddah chaw/, n., pl. huarachos / chohz/; Sp. / chaws/. huarache. [1890 95, Amer.] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Huarache — Hua*ra che, huaraches hua*ra ches, Huaracho Hua*ra cho, n.; pl. {Huarachos}. [Amer. Sp., also guaracha, guarache, huarache, prob. of Mexican origin.] A kind of low heeled sandal with the upper consisting of interwoven leather strips; usually used …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • huaraches — Huarache Hua*ra che, huaraches hua*ra ches, Huaracho Hua*ra cho, n.; pl. {Huarachos}. [Amer. Sp., also guaracha, guarache, huarache, prob. of Mexican origin.] A kind of low heeled sandal with the upper consisting of interwoven leather strips;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Huarachos — Huarache Hua*ra che, huaraches hua*ra ches, Huaracho Hua*ra cho, n.; pl. {Huarachos}. [Amer. Sp., also guaracha, guarache, huarache, prob. of Mexican origin.] A kind of low heeled sandal with the upper consisting of interwoven leather strips;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • huarache — (Sp. model spelled same or guarache [warát∫e] from Tarascan)    Carlisle: 1899. A crude open toed sandal made of rawhide or leather strips, commonly worn by poor mestizos or Indians. The DRAE references guarache and huarache as Mexicanisms for… …   Vocabulario Vaquero

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