noun Co·man·che \kə-ˈman-chē\

: a member of a Native American people of the southwestern U.S.

plural Comanche or Comanches

Full Definition of COMANCHE

:  a member of an American Indian people ranging from Wyoming and Nebraska south into New Mexico and northwestern Texas
:  the Uto-Aztecan language of the Comanche people

Origin of COMANCHE

American Spanish, from Southern Paiute k i̵mmanciŋʷ i̵ Shoshones, strangers
First Known Use: 1806


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