Where does the word Sancho come from?
Besides, what does the slang term Sancho mean?
Sancho is the Mexican (Spanish) slang for the other man in a relationship — in other words, the man that a husband or boyfriend knows his wife is cheating with when said husband or boyfriend isn't around (the female equivalent is sancha)
Also Know, what does Heina mean in Spanish? In Spanish, reina (RAY-na), means queen. The origin of the use of heina to mean girlfriend is most likely the Caribbean or South America (especially Brazil), where both Portuguese and Spanish influences exist.
Besides, where did the word Sancho come from?
The name Sancho is an Iberian name of Basque origin (Santxo, Santzo, Santso, Antzo, Sans). Sancho stems from Latin Sanctius. The feminine form is Sancha and the common patronymic is Sánchez.
What is the female version of Sancho?
I'm more familiar with sancho as the Mexican-Spanish slang for the less-hysterical "other man" in a relationship — the man that a husband or boyfriend knows his mujer is cheating on him with when said husband or boyfriend isn't around (the female equivalent is a sancha).