Seyd concluded a diatribe on the Mexican mozo in general while they were dressing.
The mozo in charge of the corrals dragged the carcass to the superintendent's office.
This excites the surprise of our mozo, or servant, and the other men in our employ.
Consenting that he should accompany, we began to seek a mozo, as guide to Chila.
We could not begin work until the mozo came with the instruments.
All but the mozo were mounted on horses, more or less good or bad.
He glanced around him for the water-hole beside which he had lain down to sleep and await the mozo and the burros.
He jumped up eagerly—from force of habit dusting the seat of his riding breeches—and turned peremptorily to the mozo.
But just before she rode in among them Sebastien and Pancho, his mozo, galloped out from among the trees.
I forbid you to cuss my mozo without my permission, and I forbid you to damn this country in my hearing.