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A name typically given to those of Oaxacan descent. The name Anarosa originated within a tribal community and dates back to ancient times. It was believed to bring a motherly spirit to those who carried the name and is used in Oaxacan prayers to offer peace and comforting to lost children.

1. The Oaxacan tribe, after rescuing the infant from the evil cannibal Mexican taquero, prayed to Anarosa for the child to recover from the trauma.

2. "Anarosa can't help her controlling tendencies. She's basically my second mom!"

by Jaimee_Z123 August 30, 2008

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