noun mu·cha·cho \mü-ˈchä-(ˌ)chō\
plural mu·cha·chos

Definition of MUCHACHO

chiefly Southwest :  a male servant
chiefly Southwest :  a young man

Origin of MUCHACHO

Spanish, probably from mocho cropped, shorn
First Known Use: 1591

Other Dialect Terms

bespoke, boughten, lave, nigh, spunk, thunk, toboggan


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