rastacouère

noun ras·ta·couère \¦rastə¦kwe(ə)r\
variants: or

rastaquouère

\¦rastə¦kwe(ə)r\

Definition of rastacouère

plural

rastacouères

or

rastaquouères

\-(z)\
  1. :  a foreign parvenu

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Origin and Etymology of rastacouère

French, from American Spanish arrastracuero, from Spanish arrastra he drags (3d singular present indicative of arrastrar to drag) + cuero skin, hide, from Latin corium


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