Definition of Panochas

1. panocha [n] - See also: panocha



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Panochas

panniers
pannikel
pannikels
pannikin
pannikins
panning
pannings
pannose
pannus
pannuses
pano-
panobacumab
panobinostat
panocha
panochas (current term)
panoche
panoches
panocracy
panodic
panoistic
panomphean
panophobia
panophthalmitis
panoplied
panoplies
panoply
panoptic
panoptic stain
panoptical

Literary usage of Panochas

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The California Padres and Their Missions by Charles Francis Saunders, Joseph Smeaton Chase (1915)
"... a corporal's guard of five soldiers, and last but by no means least a box of brown sugar (un cajon de panochas), very efficacious bait for attracting ..."

2. The California Padres and Their Missions by Charles Francis Saunders, Joseph Smeaton Chase (1915)
"... a corporal's guard of five soldiers, and last but by no means least a box of brown sugar (un cajon de panochas), very efficacious bait for attracting ..."

3. Annual Report of the Directory of Lands by Philippines Bureau of Lands (1905)
"... the manufacture of panochas « and of potsherds; cocoanut oil factories; bakeries; and fisheries, as well as what are known as home industries, ..."

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