n.— «A bonus for those interested in linguistics is a glossary comparing the region’s Spanish to “standard” Spanish. Garcia compares the usage of such words as murre/muy (very), probe/pobre (poor) as well as the many words in the regional dialect that cut out a consonant as in Colorao for Colorado.» —“‘¡Chistes!’ Offers Insight Into Hispanic Culture” by David Steinberg in Northern N. Mexico; Southern Colorado Albuquerque Journal (New Mexico) July 25, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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