noun, plural ha·ci·en·da·dos.
Examples from the Web for haciendado
The Indian from her childhood up is the prey of the haciendado and his sons.
The haciendado concerned sent his solicitor down and obtained from the very Indians sworn contrary statements.
The Chaplain begged the haciendado to come to him for an instant, upon some business he had to communicate to him.
The individual presented under the name of Oroche, solemnly saluted the haciendado.
The haciendado was accompanied by his daughter Gertrudis, borne in a litter, and attended by a number of mounted domestics.The Tiger Hunter|Mayne Reid