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A volcano, 3,170 m (10,400 ft) high, of west-central Mexico west of Mexico City. It erupted from a cornfield in February 1943 and grew more than 460 m (1,500 ft) in that year alone.
(Placename) a volcano in W central Mexico, in Michoacán state, formed in 1943 after a week of earth tremors; grew to a height of 2500 m (8200 ft) in a year and buried the village of Paricutín
a volcano in W central Mexico: formed by eruptions 1943–52. 9213 ft. (2808 m).