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The chamaco (boy) acted as servant until we arrived at Barranca, where we handed him over to Don Juan Ramírez.
The Spaniards arrived in México in 1519 and borrowed words from the Náhuatl language: tomate (tomato), chamaco (young boy), elote (corn), ejote (green bean), cacao (chocolate), pozole
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