Puelche

[wind] A Puelche wind (in Spanish, viento puelche) is a dry foehn-like eastern wind that occurs in south-central Chile. The wind owns its name from the Puelche people that inhabited the eastern slopes of the Andes. Puelche is mainly caused by South Pacific high pressure extending eastwards across the Andes and/or building a ridge to an area...
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Puelche

extinct South American Indian tribe that inhabited the grassy Pampas in the vicinity of the Río Negro and Río Colorado and ranged north as far as the ... [2 related articles]
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Puelche

Puelche (pwel'chā) , name for various hunting groups of nomadic Native Americans who roamed the Argentine Pampa, hunting guanaco and rhea. Little is known of the Puelche prior to the 18th cent. Accomplished horsemen fighting with lance and bola, they were not very numerous and were absorbe...
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