a Texan of Mexican ancestry
Los Lonely Boys describe themselves as Texicans.
by Phlip June 29, 2004
A person living in Texas during the time of the Republic of Texas.

A person modern who advocates that Texas secede from the United States.
The Texicans sought entry of Texas into the United States as a way to repay war debts and ensure that Mexico would not attempt to reclaim their former territory.

Senator Smith is running on a Texican platform, claiming that Texas contributes more to the United States that the state receives in return.
by johntex December 08, 2004
A native Texan of Mexican descent.
He's a second-generation Texican.
by DT October 05, 2003
This is easy for anyone with a basic knowledge of history. A Texican, or a Texian, were both mid-19th century words for American colonists to Texas.

In contrast, a Tejano was a Texan of Mexican origin. Simple as that. All this other nonsense posted here is just that.
Texicans and Tejanos alike rebelled against the Mexican Government
by pjnevada August 19, 2011
A Mexican who lives in Texas.
The Texican does my yard work for little pay.
by Juicydude March 05, 2012
A Mexican Born In Texas
Eddie Guerrero Is A Texican
by Javiel October 26, 2007
A Texan who flies the Texas flag higher than the American flag on a flag pole.
Hey, look at that redneck Texican, Ima punch his balls
by Jb6527 December 23, 2009

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