Definition of Cachi
1. Noun. A mountain in the Andes in Argentina (22,047 feet high).
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Literary usage of Cachi
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Adventure Guide to Costa Rica by Bruce Conord (2005)
"If you continue on this road, it is the long way to Lake cachi. ... This trip can be made into a giant loop by going around Lake cachi and heading back to ..."
2. The Phonographic Dictionary and Phrase Book by Benn Pitman, Jerome Bird Howard (1901)
"... L.> c cachi • I in his (ste assume). Л... u be у и assume f 11 result /^ n retain ii reward i article ..."
3. Works Issued by the Hakluyt Society by Hakluyt Society (1907)
"gave secret orders to kill Ayar cachi at Tampu-tocco, and not to return with him. ... They had scarcely arrived when Ayar cachi entered through the window ..."
4. Costa Rica by Nelles Verlag Staff, Klaus Boll, Detlev Kirst, Ortrun Egelkraut (1999)
"cachi The road from Ujarrás to cachi features a mirador (a viewpoint) that is ... The wall of the dam. the represa de cachi, is just three kilometers ..."
5. Latin-American [mythology] by Hartley Burr Alexander (1920)
"Ayar cachi (who, Cieza de Leon says,80 "had such great power that, ... This was done, and though Ayar cachi made the earth shake in his efforts to break ..."