Los Guillicos translates as?
Can someone help me? "Los Guillicos" is used as part of a place name locally. None of my, admittedly small, dictionaries seems to contain the word. "Seems to contain" because I am unfamiliar with the rule for the alphabetical listing of words in Spanish. I'm sorry to introduce myself with so elemental a request but I need to start somewhere.
Sorry. I don't know. If you can find what Guillicos means, you probably will know what this is (you probably knew but los is the, for plural)- ps. Welcome to the Spanishdict society. I just joined in Sept. You'll enjoy it too!
My previous guess was totally wrong. According to a California place name etymology, the name is a (I surmise) phonetically-Spanish spelling of a (local tribe) Miwok word meaning "dusty", with the Spanish "los" and ending "-os" added.
Just a guess, but "Guilico" (one "L", not two), was probably someone's surname, since the area in Sonoma County was from a land grant, "Rancho Los Guilicos".