Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A hill; a ridge; a hogback.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Anyway it seems to be out, or pretty much out, as I write this, and peace seems to reign on the cerro.

    Fire on the mountain...

  • Anyway it seems to be out, or pretty much out, as I write this, and peace seems to reign on the cerro.

    Fire on the mountain...

  • Anyway it seems to be out, or pretty much out, as I write this, and peace seems to reign on the cerro.

    Fire on the mountain...

  • Anyway it seems to be out, or pretty much out, as I write this, and peace seems to reign on the cerro.

    Fire on the mountain...

  • Anyway it seems to be out, or pretty much out, as I write this, and peace seems to reign on the cerro.

    Fire on the mountain...

  • Anyway it seems to be out, or pretty much out, as I write this, and peace seems to reign on the cerro.

    Fire on the mountain...

  • Anyway it seems to be out, or pretty much out, as I write this, and peace seems to reign on the cerro.

    Fire on the mountain...

  • Historians also point out that, like the religious sector, Mexico's wealthy aristocracy during that epoch also frowned upon a musical style tagged with the derogatory term los violines del cerro to connote a despicable kind of native hillbilly music.

    Viva Mexico! Viva El Mariachi!

  • On one side the long stretch of the cerro towers above us, its summit studded by a forest of tall cacti.

    Huellas ...en San Pedro Itzicán

  • On one side the long stretch of the cerro towers above us, its summit studded by a forest of tall cacti.

    Huellas ...en San Pedro Itzicán

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