cacique cacique  /kə ˈsik/


  • (n) black-and-red or black-and-yellow orioles of the American tropics


  • For years thereafter, the Mexicans who still make up 90% of the population of Duval and surrounding counties honored Parr as their cacique.



  1. "We will preserve the local environment and culture when developing resorts like Cacique, Costa Rica, to ensure our presence is a positive and welcome contribution," Case said in a statement.
    on Aug 3, 2007 By: Steve Case Source:

  2. "What we have are organized mafias (instead of parties) acting in the interest of a cacique," said Correa at the opening of the workshop "Latin America: Processes of Constitutional Construction", being held at the Hilton Colon Hotel.
    on Aug 1, 2007 By: Rafael Correa Source: Prensa Latina

  3. "He ran awesome," Velazquez said of the runner-up. "I was very proud of him. He had a great trip. I thought I had Cacique because he was stuck, but he got through. He got lucky, which is a credit to Edgar because he rode a good race."
    on Sep 9, 2006 By: Diego Velázquez Source: BloodHorse

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