from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One of the mixed-blood (Spanish-Indian) inhabitants of the pampas of South America; a mestizo.
- noun An Indian who serves as a messenger.
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They were out fishing for freshwater Dorado and helped this guacho (cowboy) cross the river after his pals left him stranded.
Here the long-haired Texan, sitting his horse like a centaur, with high-peaked saddle and jingling spurs, dashed by -- a pictured _guacho_.
There would be an abundance of excellent meat, chiefly mutton, it was true, which when cooked _à_ la guacho -- _carne concuero_, they called it in the Camp -- roasted in the skin so as to keep all the juices in the meat --!
From the circus he migrated successively into the shape of a comic singer, a tapster, a navvy, a bill-sticker, a guacho in Mexico (working his passage out), a fireman in New York, a ventriloquist in Maryland,
Jun 4th, 2008 at 7: 10 pm mainstreet i’ve been there a few times since it opened. have yet to try the mexican but really enjoy the eggplant hummus bowl and guacho mint tea. the eggplant hummus bowl comes with warm pita, hummus, two decent sized slices of fried eggplant, salad fixings and one falafel ball. its delicious and filling considering its mainly just hummus.