SANCHO PANZA

PRONUNCIATION: (SAN-cho)

MEANING: noun: A companion or sidekick, especially one who joins another in an adventure.

ETYMOLOGY: From Sancho Panza, the squire of Don Quixote. Sanchos common sense contrasts with Don Quixotes idealism. Earliest documented use: 1870.
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Did you know that Sancho sang a lot during his adventures with Don Quixote?
SANCHO LANZA

No, no, not the tenor, the basso of that Enchanted Evening.
SANCHO PINZA

And he became very pious and holy after the Don passed away -
SANCTO PANZA

Years later he was reincarnated as the sidekick of the son of that Computer Network equipment magnate -- you know, the Cisco kid.
PANCHO