Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as alpaca.
- n. In South America, a gossany ore: so called because of its brownish color, resembling that of the paco.
- n. Same as pacu.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Zoöl.) Same as alpaca.
- n. (Min.) An earthy-looking ore, consisting of brown oxide of iron with minute particles of native silver.
“Amusingly, paco translates to “alpaca” and cocha translates to “ox-bow lake”.”
“The Republican Party is dead to the majority of Americans primarily because of their lack of understanding of the needs and wants of the average American; plus their no brain lemmingish following and support of the G.W. Bush Presidency. paco”
“He calls President Biya a "paco" who is "daya" - an old man who is tired - and says "Cameroon is the birthplace of advanced democracy - a place that is beautiful, full of electoral frauds and a paradise for corruption.”
“We need to take care of our own, instead of running around the globe giving aid to non-Americans. paco james Says:”
“Fish species identified by Groenendijk and Hajek (1995) which are eaten by the local population include gamitana Colossoma macroponum, paco Piaratus brachypomus red-tailed sabalo Brycon erythropterum, boquichico Prochilodus nigricans, lisa Leporinus trifasciatus and lisa Schizodon fasciatus.”
“IMAGE: paco rabanne givenchy vintage evening gown dress sustainable fashion style”
“Today, it means the voice of the disenfranchised alumni crying in the wilderness, paco ;”
“December 29th, 2008 at 1: 46 pm blog de paco medina » Blog Archive » Cuil a punto de desaparecer”
““You piece of shit you're all filthy piece's of shit disgusting!” the paco yelled and yelled at him ”
“And in that instant another Paco hit the young man from behind with his night stick and as the young man buckled forward the paco swung his arm back in an aim, for what I knew would be his head ”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘paco’.
A list of words that are odd or words that I have looked up.
sheep and more sheep and some
slang for sheep,films that feature sheep ,have you heard of sheeple?
Words discovered while reading The New York Times, each with a citation from the paper.
Looking for tweets for paco.