geographical name Mex·i·co \ˈmek-si-ˌkō\

Definition of MEXICO

country S North America S of the United States; a republic Mexico area 759,530 square miles (1,972,544 square kilometers), pop 112,337,000
state S cen Mexico Toluca area 8286 square miles (21,461 square kilometers), pop 9,815,795
or Mexico City city of Mexico (republic) in Federal District (area surrounded on three sides by state of Mexico) — see tenochtitlán

Variants of MEXICO

Mex·i·co or Spanish ·ji·co \ˈme-hē-(ˌ)kō\ or Mexican Spanish ·xi·co \ˈme-hē-(ˌ)kō\

Rhymes with MEXICO

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MEXICO CITY Defined for Kids


geographical name Mex·i·co \ˈmek-si-ˌkō\

Definition of MEXICO for Kids

or Mexico City city, its capital


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