from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Southwestern U.S. A man who helps with a pack train or serves as a porter.
- n. Southwestern U.S. An assistant.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a male servant, especially an attendant to a bullfighter
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A man-servant.
I actually picked up the term mozo from the domestic section of the classified ads.
A mozo is a male servant, assistant, attendant, or hired man.
Even in the off season, when only the Major Domo and a mozo are there, the bill isn't cheap.
In such varied discourse did the hours pass so swiftly away that we were not a little surprised when Pépé, the 'mozo' (and
A mozo, or stable-boy, must accompany them, to return them, and the traveller must pay for the additional horse, the keep of the mozo, and an extra peso a day as his salary.
Ayudante might be preferable to the dimunitive of mozo.
Even though youth was once a reference point, a mozo can be of any age.
On the other hand, here where I am, mozo for a male assistant is not objectionable.
As with your wife or husband, if people know your maid or mozo you will refer to her/him by name.
So I ask the mozo about the Grand Plaza, and he said that it wasn't at the Zocalo, but rather the other direction, towards the Golden Zone, on the Costera.
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