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- America referred to the Mapuche people as Araucanians (/ærɔːˈkeɪniənz/, araucanos). This term is now considered pejorative by some people, contrary for...
- El Araucano (The Araucanian) was a biw****ly newspaper published in Santiago, Chile from 1830 to 1877. Inspired by Interior Minister Diego Portales, it...
- 1962. El mapuche o araucano. Fonología, gramática y antología de cuentos, by Adalberto Salas, Madrid: MAPFRE, 1992. El mapuche o araucano. Fonología, gramática...
- Araucano was a 16- or 18-gun brigantine of the First Chilean Navy Squadron. The ship was built in 1817 in the United States as Columbus. In November 1817...
- varieties. Augusta, F. J. (1966). Diccionario araucano-español y español-araucano: tomo primero: araucano - español. Padre Las Casas: Impr. y Editorial...
- which is a diminutive of aigron, 'heron'. The species name thula is the Araucano term for the black-necked swan, applied to this species in error by Chilean...
- Ramazzotti (Asti, Italy) Amaro Sibilla (Marche, Italy) Aperol (Padova, Italy) Araucano (Valparaíso, Chile) Balsam (Eastern Europe) Becherovka (Czech Republic)...
- inhabited by the Mapuche peoples known as the Moluche (also known as Araucanos by the Spanish) in the 18th century. Prior to the Spanish conquest of...
- far-southern Andes and in the Chiloé Archipelago. Also known as Mapudungun, Araucano or Araucanian. Variously part of Andean, Macro-Panoan, or Mataco–Guaicuru...
- Rancagua LST-92 (Batral class) Almirante Montt AO-52 (Henry J. Kaiser class) Araucano AO-53 There is also a hydrographic boat of the Defender class acquired...