"the alcaucil" and "the alcauciles"
Please help me find out what these words mean.
They seem to mean something about people.
Thanks in advance.
Hi, Cherry, Sally, and Eddy.
All of your answers are enlightening. Thank you very much for helping me.
Not at all Eddy. Just trying to help.
i agree, since quite a lot of questions are spelt incorrectly.
just thought i would point it out. hope you didn't mind
It could be that he is not spelling it right and since he said it refers to people I thought of aguacil meaning sheriff.
sherrif is aGUAcil. she is saying alcaucil
Cherry is right, it is artichoke, however, in the southern cone, which is Argentina, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay, it also means a "pimp".
I am not sure about your spelling but I think the answer to your question is probably "sheriff".
n. artichoke, plant with an edible flower head; (Southern Cone) informant, one who provides information or intelligence