Definition of Cacique. Meaning of Cacique. Synonyms of Cacique

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Definition of Cacique

Cacique
Cacique Ca*cique", n. [Sp.] See Cazique.

Meaning of Cacique from wikipedia

- A cacique (Iberian Spanish: [kaˈθike]; Latin-American Spanish [kaˈsike]; Portuguese: [kɐˈsikɨ, kaˈsiki]; feminine form: cacica) is a leader of an indigenous...
- or leader generally Cacique may also refer to: Cacique (bird), several species Cacique (horse) Cacique (rum), from Venezuela Cacique Guaro, a brand of alcohol...
- El hijo del Cacique is a Colombian telenovela that premiered on Venezuelan broadcast channel Televen on 15 October 2019. The telenovela is based on the...
- Cacique Guaro is a brand of guaro produced by Fábrica Nacional de Licores or "FANAL". The Cacique Guaro is a sugar cane liquor of high purity and is the...
- Cacique is a Venezuelan brand of rum first marketed in 1959. It is the best-selling rum in Venezuela and a leading exporter to other South American countries...
- "supreme cacique" in Puerto Rico Agüeybaná II - Cacique in Puerto Rico Arasibo - Cacique in Puerto Rico Hatuey (Taíno), Cacique in Cuba Hayuya - Cacique in...
- The caciques are p****erine birds in the New World blackbird family which are resident breeders in tropical South America north to Mexico. All of the group...
- there were five Taíno chiefdoms in Hispaniola, each led by a prin****l Cacique (chief), to whom tribute was paid. The Taíno name for Hispaniola was Ayiti...
- The term Cacique Democracy is a term that has been used to describe the feudal political system of the Philippines where in many parts of the country...
- to the German Welser banking family (Klein-Venedig, 1528–1546). Native caciques (leaders) such as Guaicaipuro (c. 1530–1568) and Tamanaco (died 1573) attempted...
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