Definition of Cochise in English:

Cochise

Syllabification: Co·chise
Pronunciation: /kōˈCHēs
 
/
( C.1812–74), American Indian leader, chief of the Chiricahua Apache. With a band of followers, he resisted white encroachment on Arizona Indian lands.

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