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hacendado

[ hah-sen-dah-doh, ah-sen- ]
/ ˌhɑ sɛnˈdɑ doʊ, ˌɑ sɛn- /
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noun, plural ha·cen·da·dos.
the owner of a hacienda.
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Origin of hacendado

First recorded in 1840–50; from Spanish, equivalent to hacienda + suffix -ado; see origin at hacienda, -ate1

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