- caracho pole
- See carajo
Cowboy Talk. A Dictionary of Spanish Terms. Robert N. Smead. 2013.
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carajo — (Sp. model spelled same [karáxo], of uncertain origin. Cognate terms exist in Spanish, French, and Galician) 1) Clark: 1840s. A strong expletive used especially by Mexicans to express disgust or frustration. 2) A base fellow, or one who… … Vocabulario Vaquero
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