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[tey-hah-noh, tuh‐] /teɪˈhɑ noʊ, tə‐/
(often lowercase) a style of Mexican-American popular music that features the accordion and blends the polka with various forms of traditional Mexican music, now often including synthesizers and rock music.
Origin of Tejano
1990-95; < American Spanish: literally, Texan Unabridged
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"native or inhabitant of Texas," 1925, from American Spanish, formerly Texano "a Texan" (see Texas).

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dressed to the teeth, drop one's teeth

The Dictionary of American Slang, Fourth Edition by Barbara Ann Kipfer, PhD. and Robert L. Chapman, Ph.D.
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