Mexican


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Mexican

named after or originating in Mexico.

Mexican axolotl
see ambystomamexicanum.
Mexican beaded lizard
(Heloderma horridum) a venomous lizard of North America whose bite causes local tissue reaction, vomiting, shock and central nervous system depression.
Mexican blue eye
see porcine paramyxovirus encephalomyelitis.
Mexican fireweed
Mexican hairless
a small lively dog with smooth skin that is hairless except on the head, feet and tip of the tail. The breed, which is recognized in the USA, is very similar to the Chinese Crested dog, and other hairless breeds. The body temperature is higher, about 104°F (40°C) than the normal range for domestic dogs. Called also Xoloitzcuintli.
Mexican poppy
argemonemexicana, A. ochroleuca.
Mexican rue
peganummexicana.
Mexican tea
see chenopodiumambrosioides.
Mexican walking fish
Mexican axolotl (above).
Mexican whorled milkweed
asclepiasmexicana.
References in periodicals archive ?
Then Mexican soccer would truly find itself in turmoil with the start of World Cup qualifying a little more than a year away.
The strength of the Mexican economy right now is driving this trend.
In Whitewashed Adobe, William Deverell details the ways in which city leaders and city builders "whitewashed" Los Angeles's early history and created a new regional identity that all but erased Mexican history and peoples from the landscape.
TNA: Do you see the administration's response--or rather, lack of response--to the recent Mexican military incursions into the U.
For example, mainstream American values may be reflected in childrearing practices of first-generation Mexican-American families who overall may be viewed as having traditional Mexican values.
At least for foreign-born Mexican Americans, access to traditional avenues of psychological and financial support from their extended families, whether in Mexico or the United States, may partly protect mental health, the researchers say.
church, multiculturalism, and the Mexican religious imagination.
Earlier this year, President Bush unveiled a proposal to give temporary work visas to millions of illegal immigrants, many of them Mexican.
Efforts to strengthen Mexican environmental health expertise along the border are under way within SBRP programs at the University of Arizona (UA), Texas A&M University, and the University of California, San Diego.
born non-Hispanic white women, 41% to foreign-born Mexican women, 10% to U.