noun, plural peach·er·i·nos. Informal: Older Use.

Origin of peacherino

1895–1900; peach1 + -erino, alteration of -eroo, after Spanish or It words ending in -ino Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for peacherino

Historical Examples of peacherino

  • "Say, ain't he a peacherino, Mr. Sedgwick," whispered my young hopeful.

    The Pirate of Panama

    William MacLeod Raine

  • Well, it just proves this new thing is a peacherino, declared Tom.

    The Radio Detectives

    A. Hyatt Verrill

  • He's certainly down on the fair sex, even such a peacherino as this one.

    The Crux

    Charlotte Perkins Gilman

  • I shall wake up in a minute or two and find myself in a hospital with a peacherino of a trained nurse smoothing 'me piller.'

    T. Tembarom

    Frances Hodgson Burnett

  • This peacherino has been under cover throughout the meeting, but to-morrow it will be ripe and you want to get in on the killing.

    Young Wallingford

    George Randolph Chester