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fa·ro·li·to

 (făr′ə-lē′tō, fär′-)
n. pl. fa·ro·li·tos New Mexico

[Spanish, paper lantern, diminutive of farol, lantern, from faro, lighthouse, lantern, from Latin pharus, from Pharus, Pharos.]
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farolito

(ˌfærəˈliːtəʊ)
n
a paper lantern used by Hispanic people in Christmas processions
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