Cacique

• (n.) See Cazique.
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cacique

(from the article `Latin America, history of`) ...before him. The larger islands were inhabited by the Arawak, a sedentary if modestly developed people with kingdoms, rulers, nobles, and ... In the pre-Spanish period, the Mapuche lived in scattered farming villages throughout the Central Valley. Each settlement had a cacique, or chief, ...
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cacique

cazique noun black-and-red or black-and-yellow orioles of the American tropics
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Cacique

[bird] The caciques are passerine birds in the New World blackbird family which are resident breeders in tropical South America north to Mexico. All of the group are in currently placed in the genus Cacicus, except the aberrant yellow-billed cacique (Amblycercus holosericeus), and the Mexican cacique (Cassiculus melanicterus) which constitu...
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Cacique

[horse] Cacique (foaled 2001 in Ireland) is a retired Thoroughbred racehorse who competed in Europe and the United States. Bred and raced by Khalid Abdullah`s Juddmonte Farms, Cacique is the son of the great international Champion sire, Danehill. He was out of the fantastic mare, Hasili whose damsire, Kahyasi, won the 1988 Epsom and Irish D...
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Cacique

[rum] Cacique is a Venezuelan brand of rum first marketed in 1959. It is the top-selling rum in Venezuela. The Cacique product lines are owned by Diageo, the largest multinational beer, wine and spirits company in the world. The word `cacique` (a loan from Taíno or Arawak languages) means `chief of the tribe` in Spanish. It comes in severa...
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Cacique

Ca·cique' noun [ Spanish ] See Cazique.
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cacique

any of a dozen tropical American birds belonging to the family Icteridae (order Passeriformes) and resembling the related oropendolas. Caciques are ... [1 related articles]
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cacique

Person involved in nepotism or fraud. Originally a word for Indian chiefs in colonial Spanish America, in late 19th- and early 20th-century Spain it came to mean the local political boss who...
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cacique

[n] - black-and-red or black-and-yellow orioles of the American tropics
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