Cahita

noun Ca·hi·ta \kəˈhētə\

Definition of Cahita

plural

Cahita

or

Cahitas

  1. 1a :  a Taracahitian people of southwestern Sonora and northwestern Sinaloa, Mexico, the only survivors being the Mayo and Yaqui b :  a member of such people

  2. 2 :  the language of the Cahita people

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Origin and Etymology of cahita

Spanish, probably from Cahita, literally, nothing


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