[wuh-rah-chee; Spanish wah-rah-che] /wəˈrɑ tʃi; Spanish wɑˈrɑ tʃɛ/
noun, plural huaraches
[wuh-rah-cheez; Spanish wah-rah-ches] /wəˈrɑ tʃiz; Spanish wɑˈrɑ tʃɛs/ (Show IPA)
a Mexican sandal having the upper woven of leather strips.
[wuh-pahng-goh, -pang-; Spanish wah-pahng-gaw] /wəˈpɑŋ goʊ, -ˈpæŋ-; Spanish wɑˈpɑŋ gɔ/ noun, plural huapangos [wuh-pahng-gohz, -pang-; Spanish wah-pahng-gaws] /wəˈpɑŋ goʊz, -ˈpæŋ-; Spanish wɑˈpɑŋ gɔs/ (Show IPA) 1. a fast, rhythmic dance of Mexico, performed by couples.
[wuh-rah-choh; Spanish wah-rah-chaw] /wəˈrɑ tʃoʊ; Spanish wɑˈrɑ tʃɔ/ noun, plural huarachos [wuh-rah-chohz; Spanish wah-rah-chaws] /wəˈrɑ tʃoʊz; Spanish wɑˈrɑ tʃɔs/ (Show IPA) 1. .
[wahs-kahr] /ˈwɑs kɑr/ noun 1. 1495?–1533, Inca prince of Peru (half brother of Atahualpa; son of Huayna Capac). /Spanish uaskar/ noun 1. died 1533, Inca ruler (1525–33): murdered by his half brother Atahualpa
[wahs-kah-rahn] /ˌwɑs kɑˈrɑn/ noun 1. a mountain in W Peru, in the Andes. 22,205 feet (6768 meters). /Spanish uaskaˈran/ noun 1. an extinct volcano in W Peru, in the Peruvian Andes: the highest peak in Peru; avalanche in 1962 killed over 3000 people. Height: 6768 m (22 205 ft)