noun, plural ha·cen·da·dos.
Examples from the Web for hacendado
He had promised his father, whose property was stolen by an hacendado, that he would recover it for him.
All were responsible to the hacendado who lived on the hacienda or who was an absentee owner-administrator.
If the hacendado hosted a fiesta, he might leave the details to his wife or the mayordomo.
In the big house, dinners were elaborate—the hacendado presiding.
Your hacendado master contrives that you cannot pay even his usurious interest.The Missourian|Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle