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There are 141 total results for your Mexico search. I have created 2 pages of results for you. Each page contains 100 results...

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Characters Pronunciation
Romanization
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ゲレロ

see styles
 gerero / ゲレロ
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(place-name) Guerrero (Mexico)

墨西哥

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mò xī gē / mo4 xi1 ge1
mo hsi ko
 mekishiko / めきしこ
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Mexico
(ateji / phonetic) (kana only) Mexico; (place-name) Mexico

メキシコ

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 mekishiko / メキシコ
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(place-name) Mexico

グアダルペ

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 guadarupe / グアダルペ
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(place-name) Guadalupe (Mexico)

マグダレナ

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 magudarena / マグダレナ
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(place-name) Magdalena (Colombia); Magdlena (Mexico)

see styles
/ mo4
mo
 boku / ぼく
ink stick; China ink; CL:塊|块[kuai4]; corporal punishment consisting of tattooing characters on the victim's forehead
(n,n-pref,n-suf) (1) (abbreviation) (See 墨西哥・メキシコ) Mexico; (2) (obscure) (See 墨家・ぼっか) Mohism; (3) (archaism) (See 墨・すみ・1) ink; (4) (abbreviation) (archaism) (See 墨刑・ぼっけい) tattooing; (personal name) Boku
Ink; black; dyed black, e.g. 墨衣 black clothes, at one time said to have been the garb of the monk to distinguish him from the ordinary people who wore white.

コバ

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 koba / コバ (place-name) Coba (Mexico)

墨灣


墨湾

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mò wān / mo4 wan1
mo wan
Gulf of Mexico

日墨

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 nichiboku / にちぼく Japan and Mexico

コリマ

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 korima / コリマ (place-name) Colima (Mexico)

サモラ

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 samora / サモラ (place-name) Zamora (Mexico)

シラオ

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 shirao / シラオ (place-name) Silao (Mexico)

セラヤ

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 seraya / セラヤ (place-name) Celaya (Mexico); Zelaya

タスコ

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 tasuko / タスコ (place-name) Taxco (Mexico)

チワワ

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 chiwawa / チワワ chihuahua; (place-name) Chihuahua (Mexico)

テピク

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 tepiku / テピク (place-name) Tepic (Mexico)

トルカ

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 toruka / トルカ (place-name) Toluca (Mexico)

ハラパ

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 harapa / ハラパ (place-name) Jalapa (Mexico)

バヒオ

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 bahio / バヒオ (place-name) Bajio (Mexico)

奇瓦瓦

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qí wǎ wǎ / qi2 wa3 wa3
ch`i wa wa / chi wa wa
Chihuahua, Mexico

イグアラ

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 iguara / イグアラ (place-name) Iguala (Mexico)

イダルゴ

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 idarugo / イダルゴ (place-name) Hidalgo (Mexico)

オアハカ

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 oahaka / オアハカ (place-name) Oaxaca (Mexico)

オリサバ

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 orisaba / オリサバ (place-name) Orizaba (Mexico)

カンクン

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 kankun / カンクン (place-name) Cancun (Mexico)

ケレタロ

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 keretaro / ケレタロ (place-name) Queretaro (Mexico)

サポパン

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 sapopan / サポパン (place-name) Zapopan (Mexico)

タンピコ

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 tanpiko / タンピコ (place-name) Tampico (Mexico)

チョルラ

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 chorura / チョルラ (place-name) Cholula (Mexico)

テコマン

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 tekoman / テコマン (place-name) Tecoman (Mexico)

テワカン

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 tewakan / テワカン (place-name) Tehuacan (Mexico)

トレオン

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 toreon / トレオン (place-name) Torreon (Mexico)

ナボホア

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 nabohoa / ナボホア (place-name) Navojoa (Mexico); Novojoa

ノガレス

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 nogaresu / ノガレス (place-name) Nogales (Mexico)

ハリスコ

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 harisuko / ハリスコ (place-name) Jalisc (Mexico)

バイェス

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 baesu / バイェス (place-name) Valles (Mexico)

パチュカ

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 pachuka / パチュカ (place-name) Pachuca (Mexico)

フチタン

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 fuchitan / フチタン (place-name) Juchitan (Mexico)

プエブラ

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 puebura / プエブラ (place-name) Puebla (Mexico)

メヒカリ

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 mehikari / メヒカリ (place-name) Mexicali (Mexico)

モレリア

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 moreria / モレリア (place-name) Morelia (Mexico)

レイノサ

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 reinosa / renosa / レイノサ (place-name) Reinosa (Spain); Reynosa (Mexico)

墨西哥城

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mò xī gē chéng / mo4 xi1 ge1 cheng2
mo hsi ko ch`eng / mo hsi ko cheng
Mexico City, capital of Mexico

墨西哥灣


墨西哥湾

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mò xī gē wān / mo4 xi1 ge1 wan1
mo hsi ko wan
Gulf of Mexico

恰帕斯州

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qià pà sī zhōu / qia4 pa4 si1 zhou1
ch`ia p`a ssu chou / chia pa ssu chou
Chiapas, state in Mexico

新墨西哥

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xīn mò xī gē / xin1 mo4 xi1 ge1
hsin mo hsi ko
New Mexico, US state

連邦政府

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 renpouseifu / renposefu / れんぽうせいふ (noun - becomes adjective with の) federal government (e.g. USA, Australia, Mexico, Germany, Canada)

アカプルコ

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 akapuruko / アカプルコ (place-name) Acapulco (Mexico)

アカンバロ

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 akanbaro / アカンバロ (place-name) Acambaro (Mexico)

アトリスコ

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 atorisuko / アトリスコ (place-name) Atlixco (Mexico)

イラプアト

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 irapuato / イラプアト (place-name) Irapuato (Mexico)

ウルアパン

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 uruapan / ウルアパン (place-name) Uruapan (Mexico)

エルモシヨ

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 erumoshiyo / エルモシヨ (place-name) Hermosillo (Mexico)

エンセナダ

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 ensenada / エンセナダ (place-name) Ensenada (Mexico)

オコトラン

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 okotoran / オコトラン (place-name) Ocotlan (Mexico)

カンペチェ

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 kanpeche / カンペチェ (place-name) Campeche (Mexico)

クリアカン

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 kuriakan / クリアカン (place-name) Culiacan (Mexico)

グアイマス

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 guaimasu / グアイマス (place-name) Guaymas (Mexico)

コヨアカン

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 koyoakan / コヨアカン (place-name) Coyoacan (Mexico)

サカテカス

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 sakatekasu / サカテカス (place-name) Zacatecas (Mexico)

サラマンカ

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 saramanka / サラマンカ (place-name) Salamanca (Mexico)

サルティヨ

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 sarutiyo / サルティヨ (place-name) Saltillo (Mexico)

シタクアロ

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 shitakuaro / シタクアロ (place-name) Zitacuaro (Mexico)

ソコヌスコ

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 sokonusuko / ソコヌスコ (place-name) Soconusco (Mexico)

ソチミルコ

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 sochimiruko / ソチミルコ (place-name) Xochimilco (Mexico)

タパチュラ

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 tapachura / タパチュラ (place-name) Tapachula (Mexico)

ティフアナ

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 tifuana / ティフアナ (place-name) Tijuana (Mexico)

デリシアス

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 derishiasu / デリシアス (place-name) Delicias (Mexico)

トゥスパン

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 totosupan / トゥスパン (place-name) Tuxpan (Mexico)

トラケパケ

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 torakepake / トラケパケ (place-name) Tlaquepaque (Mexico)

トラスカラ

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 torasukara / トラスカラ (place-name) Tlaxcala (Mexico)

トラルパン

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 torarupan / トラルパン (place-name) Tlalpan (Mexico)

ドゥランゴ

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 dodorango / ドゥランゴ (place-name) Durango (Mexico)

パツクアロ

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 patsukuaro / パツクアロ (place-name) Patzcuaro (Mexico)

パパントラ

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 papantora / パパントラ (place-name) Papantla (Mexico)

フレスニヨ

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 furesuniyo / フレスニヨ (place-name) Fresnillo (Mexico)

プログレソ

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 purogureso / プログレソ (place-name) Progreso (Mexico)

マサトラン

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 masatoran / マサトラン (place-name) Mazatlan (Mexico)

マタモロス

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 matamorosu / マタモロス (place-name) Matamoros (Mexico)

メキシコ市

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 mekishikoshi / メキシコし (place-name) Mexico City

メキシコ湾

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 mekishikowan / メキシコわん Gulf of Mexico; (place-name) Gulf of Mexico

モンクロバ

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 monkuroba / モンクロバ (place-name) Monclova (Mexico)

モンテレイ

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 monterei / montere / モンテレイ (place-name) Monterrey (Mexico)

ラピエダド

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 rapiedado / ラピエダド (place-name) La Piedad (Mexico)

ロスモチス

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 rosumochisu / ロスモチス (place-name) Los Mochis (Mexico)

尤卡坦半島


尤卡坦半岛

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yóu kǎ tǎn bàn dǎo / you2 ka3 tan3 ban4 dao3
yu k`a t`an pan tao / yu ka tan pan tao
Yucatan Peninsula (Mexico)

新墨西哥州

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xīn mò xī gē zhōu / xin1 mo4 xi1 ge1 zhou1
hsin mo hsi ko chou
New Mexico, US state

阿卡普爾科


阿卡普尔科

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ā kǎ pǔ ěr kē / a1 ka3 pu3 er3 ke1
a k`a p`u erh k`o / a ka pu erh ko
Acapulco, city in Mexico

USMCA

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 yuuesuemushiiee / yuesuemushiee / ユーエスエムシーエー United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement; Agreement between the United States of America, the United Mexican States, and Canada; USMCA

イスタカルコ

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 isutakaruko / イスタカルコ (place-name) Ixtacalco (Mexico)

イスタパラパ

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 isutaparapa / イスタパラパ (place-name) Ixtapalapa (Mexico)

クエルナバカ

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 kuerunabaka / クエルナバカ (place-name) Cuernavaca (Mexico)

グアナフアト

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 guanafuato / グアナフアト (place-name) Guanajuato (Mexico)

サリナクルス

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 sarinakurusu / サリナクルス (place-name) Salina Cruz (Mexico)

チェトゥマル

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 chetotomaru / チェトゥマル (place-name) Chetumal (Mexico)

チュルブスコ

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 churubusuko / チュルブスコ (place-name) Churubusco (Mexico)

ヌエバロシタ

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 nuebaroshita / ヌエバロシタ (place-name) Nueva Rosita (Mexico)

ヌエボラレド

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 nueboraredo / ヌエボラレド (place-name) Nuevo Laredo (Mexico)

ビヤエルモサ

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 biyaerumosa / ビヤエルモサ (place-name) Villahermosa (Mexico)

アパツィンガン

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 apatsungan / アパツィンガン (place-name) Apatzingan (Mexico)

Entries with 2nd row of characters: The 2nd row is Simplified Chinese.

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