Lexicographical Neighbors of Huaquero
Literary usage of Huaquero
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Enchanted Burro: Stories of New Mexico and South America by Charles Fletcher Lummis (1897)
"huaquero is the Spanish derivative to mean a digger of these antiquities — in ... A competent huaquero commands as good wages as a skilled laborer in the ..."
2. La Cruz en America: (arquelogía Argentina) by Adán Quiroga (1901)
"6, es un huaquero antropomorfo de vientre abultado, con su cuello arqueado, rematando en ... Igualmente es un huaquero casi circular el bellísimo objeto 17, ..."
3. Bulletin by United States Bureau of Mines (1920)
"An argentiferous variety of halite, 20 NaCl+AgCl, occurring in cubic crystals and as an incrustation. (Dana) huaquero (Peru). An earthenware pitcher found ..."
4. The Gold Fish of Gran Chimú by Charles Fletcher Lummis (1895)
"said the American, heartily. " For the father of you, and for the son of your father, I would do a little. Sanchez!" — and he called up a huaquero from one ..."