from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A member of a people of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands.
- n. The Austronesian language of the Chamorros.
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- proper n. An indigenous native islander of the Mariana Islands consisting of Guam and Northern Mariana Islands of Saipan, Rota, and Tinian.
- proper n. An Austronesian language spoken by the indigenous native islanders of the Northern Mariana Islands and Guam.
- adj. Pertaining to the indigenous native islanders of the Mariana Islands consisting of Guam, Saipan, Rota, and Tinian.
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Chamorro is pork shank, what you might think of as the ankle of the animal.
The native people are known as Chamorro, and at the last census they made up about a third of the population.
EJ's House of Chicken & Ribs, a new restaurant in Mission Viejo touting the food of Guam, known as Chamorro cuisine.
In fact, it sounds a lot like "Chamorro", or pork shank.
She now says that all teens should venture beyond the "Chamorro" classroom setting to learn more about Guam's wonderful native culture.
On Oct. 3, a 22-year-old man named Frederico Chamorro Yax was arrested and charged in three sexual assaults that took place in September and October in Sunset Park and neighboring Bensonhurst.
"There's a lot of alarm," said Carlos Fernando Chamorro, an independent Nicaraguan journalist.
Mr. Ortega will be encouraged by the poll's results, Mr. Chamorro wrote in an email, and will try to increase the "concentration of power and demolish the rule of law."
The manner in which Mr. Ortega won doesn't augur well for the country, said Nicaraguan journalist Carlos Fernando Chamorro .
In an upset that stunned the Sandinista machine and its American sympathizers, Nicaraguans went for challenger Violeta Chamorro, who won 55% of the vote to Mr. Ortega's 41%.