- a waiter or male household servant.
Origin of mozo
1830–40; < Spanish: literally, youth, servant, of obscure origin
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Examples from the Web for mozo
I ask of my servant, who is acting in the double capacity of mozo and guide.
This excites the surprise of our mozo, or servant, and the other men in our employ.
One day Johnny's mozo brought the mail and dumped it on the table.Cabbages and Kings
Who should Cyprio be but my mozo; he who carried my message to you.The War Trail
"Sandstorm" warned the Desert Rat, and spoke quickly to the mozo in Spanish.The Long Chance
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