cacomistle

noun
cac·​o·​mis·​tle | \ˈka-kə-ˌmi-səl, ˌka-kə-ˈmis(t)-lē \

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First Known Use of cacomistle

1843, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for cacomistle

Mexican Spanish, from Nahuatl tlahcomiztli, from tlahco half + miztli mountain lion

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