noun, plural pa·chu·cas [puh-choo-kuh z; Spanish pah-choo-kahs] /pəˈtʃu kəz; Spanish pɑˈtʃu kɑs/.
Origin of pachuca
Definition for pachuca (2 of 3)
Definition for pachuca (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for pachuca
"We had better go back to Pachuca for help," replied the guards.
Pachuca thought the second figure looked like Miller, the man who had brought his blankets, but he was not sure.
Without wasting more words the boys put spurs to their horses and were soon out of the basin and on their way to Pachuca.
Then, gossip says, they quarreled and Pachuca went back to his people in the South.
Pachuca, however, shrugged his shoulders and showed his teeth, as he rolled a cigarette.Frank Merriwell's Triumph|Burt L. Standish
British Dictionary definitions for pachuca (1 of 3)
British Dictionary definitions for pachuca (2 of 3)
noun plural -gos (-ɡəʊz, Spanish -ɣos)
Word Origin for hidalgo
British Dictionary definitions for pachuca (3 of 3)
Word Origin and History for pachuca
"Spanish nobleman of secondary rank," 1590s, from Spanish hidalgo, from Old Spanish fidalgo, shortened from filho de algo "son (Latin filus) of someone (Latin aliquis)," perhaps an imitation of Arabic ibn-nas "son of people," a complimentary title. For alteration of f- and h- in Spanish, see hacienda.