Want to find out what does the word cacique mean? We gathered all the possible definitions of the word cacique on our website. Our definition dictionary is updated all the time with new definitions and is ready to help you.
caciquePart of speech: Noun Usage examples "cacique":
- There he had fallen in love with a female cacique and had made his home with her. - "Christopher Columbus, Complete", Filson Young.
- His first London appearance was made in 1873, when he took the part of Renato at the Royal Italian Opera, and was engaged there, as a result of his success, every year until 1879, playing the parts of Don Giovanni, Tell, Almaviva, Hoel, Peter the Great, Valentine, Hamlet, and the Cacique. - "Famous Singers of To-day and Yesterday", Henry C. Lahee.
- The island was divided into nine independent principalities, each under a Cacique, all living in harmony, and warfare being almost unknown. - "Our War with Spain for Cuba's Freedom", Trumbull White.