Or·i·za·ba (ôr′ĭ-zäbə, ō′rē-sävä), Pico de or Ci·tlal·té·petl (sē′tläl-tāpĕt-l)
A dormant volcano, 5,636 m (18,490 ft) high, of southern Mexico west of Veracruz. It is the highest peak in Mexico and the third highest in North America.
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