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sancho

  
      sm  
1    (=cerdo)   pig, hog   (EEUU)  
2      (Méx)   (=carnero)   ram  
(=cordero)  
lamb  
(=macho cabrío)  
billy goat  
(=animal abandonado)  
orphan animal, suckling
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

sacho, sanaco, sano, sancocho

"sancho": examples and translations in context
estás de acuerdo con sancho panza? So you and Sancho Panza agree on this?
Sí, Sancho, así tendremos fuerza. Yes, Sancho, do that and we'll have strength.
Debería ser fácil medir esos cambios, recurriendo a Sancho. Such changes should be readily measurable using Sancho.
Es humano dudar', dice Monseñor Quijote a Sancho. It's human to doubt', says Monsignor Quixote to Sancho.
Ninguno parece haber llegado todavía, y tanto Monseñor como Sancho algunas veces desesperan. Neither seems to have arrived, yet, and both Monsignor and Sancho sometimes despair.
Por su amor, Sancho fue admitido a la comunión. By his love, Sancho was admitted to communicate.
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