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A traditional Yaqui dance usually performed at festivals and weddings; a performer of this dance.
Of or designating a pascola.
Early 20th century; earliest use found in American Anthropologist. FromMexican Spanish pascola from Yaqui pahko'ola (plural pahko'olam), lit. ‘old man of the ceremony’ from pahko ceremony + o'ola old man, perhaps influenced by Spanish Pascua Easter, owing to the fact that these dances were often performed at Easter time.
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