Origin of panocha
Examples from the Web for panoche
Historical Examples of panoche
Some of them wanted to sell things that would come in handy, such as fowls or panoche (brown sugar).
Of course, not much was to be gotten there, but we got what there was in the line of food stuffs, panoche (brown sugar) and corn.
- a coarse grade of sugar made in Mexico
- (in the US) a sweet made from brown sugar and milk, often with chopped nuts
Word Origin for panocha
also panoche, 1847, from American Spanish panocha "brown sugar," perhaps ultimately from Latin panucula "tuft," diminutive of panus "tuft, swelling; ear of millet" (see panic (n.2)).