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serape (n.)

also sarape, type of shawl for men, 1834, from Mexican Spanish sarape, probably from an indigenous Mexican language, but there is no similar word and no -r- sound in Nahuatl. David L. Gold ("Studies in Etymology and Etiology," 2009) suggests possibly from Tarascan /'charakwa/.

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Definitions of serape

serape (n.)
a long brightly colored shawl; worn mainly by Mexican men;
Synonyms: sarape
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