Definition of Chochos
1. chocho [n] - See also: chocho
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Literary usage of Chochos
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1. The Native Races of the Pacific States of North America by Hubert Howe Bancroft, Henry Lebbeus Oak, T. Arundel Harcourt, Albert Goldschmidt, Walter Mulrea Fisher, William Nemos (1874)
"Orozco y Berra, Geografía, pp. 217-18. The chochos dwell in sixteen pueblos in the department of Huajuapan in the state of ..."
2. The Southern Review (1828)
"... They draw a bad augury from the singing of certain birds, and w ticularly of one of an ash colour, not larger than a sparrow, whiti n called chochos. ..."
3. The Physical Characters of the Indians of Southern Mexico by Frederick Starr (1902)
"gave 23.2, which agrees with our maximum for the chochos. We do not understand how the chochos have so small a ..."
4. Proceedings of the Davenport Academy of Sciences by Davenport Academy of Sciences (1899)
"The largest and most striking of these was heaped up at the base of the trunk of a fine shade-giving tree. The chochos place these stones as they go to ..."
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