noun, plural na·chos. Mexican Cookery.
Origin of nacho
Examples from the Web for nacho
Harry will be captaining one team, Nacho Figueras the opposition.
And Nacho had always approved himself an excellent chasqui, and was an unerring guide even across the trackless travesia.At Home with the Patagonians|George Chaworth Musters
Leclerq, Koch, and Nacho Amor are all cultivated, agreeable young men.Diplomatic Days|Edith O'Shaughnessy
British Dictionary definitions for nacho
noun plural nachos
Word Origin and History for nacho
according to "The Dallas Morning News" [Oct. 22, 1995] and other sources, named for restaurant cook Ignacio Anaya, who invented the dish in the Mexican border town of Piedras Negras in 1943.