noun (plural same)
1A member of an American Indian people of northwestern Mexico.
- Many centuries ago, the Tarahumara of northern Mexico took turns running down deer in the middle of the day.
- Thirty percent of Chihuahua's population comprises members of the indigenous Tarahumara and infant mortality is high due to diarrheal diseases and other childhood infections.
- Cool your toes on fast, fun river crossings near the village of Cerro Colorado, visit the indigenous Tarahumara, and bunk down in a restored hacienda built into the canyon walls.
2The Uto-Aztecan language of the Tarahumara.
- Part of his strategy when he embarked on this lifetime project was to learn to speak Tarahumara so that he could deal directly with the people.
- Some older Spanish speakers who live there speak Tarahumara for work or trade.
- Please replace this text with what is appropriate in Central Tarahumara and help complete the missing templates.
Relating to the Tarahumara or their language.
- Enjoy breathtaking scenery, discover the world of the shy and mysterious Tarahumara Indians, and indulge in Mexican hospitality on this all-inclusive tour.
- She longs for the serene life of her childhood ranch and her Tarahumara friend, Sabochi, who played games with her brothers and looked after the children while their father worked.
- He arrived in America in 1673 and began teaching and baptizing the Tarahumara Indians of the Southwest.
Spanish from Tarahumara rarámuri.
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