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1.
Refers to one which possesses the traits of a rogue, particularly one from around the Spanish-German border. Common attributes which are linked to a "jaleguar" would be the art of stealth, pickpocketing, having hit lists in your back pocket, throwing knives at walls, and working for a top secret Spanish-German headquarters which no one but the jaleguar knows the location of. One will never notice when a jaleguar is approaching them because of their clever stealthing techniques, which include wearing self-made moccasins; they make the jaleguar virtually impossible to track. One might think that a gust of wind hit their pants, when in reality, a "jaleguar" just stole their wallet.

Pronounced "Haleguar", or "Haguar" as a nickname. (The J sounds like an H because of its spanish decent.)
"That Jaleguar...!"
"I told that Jaleguar to meet us 20 minutes ago...he must be on another mission."
"He stole the knives from the school cafeteria and didn't get caught. What a Jaleguar!"
"He had his leather driving gloves custom made in Italy, so that they are skin tight...what a Jaleguar!"
by David Becks February 02, 2007
 
2.
Refers to one which possesses the traits of a rogue, particularly one from around the Spanish-German border. Common attributes which are linked to a "jaleguar" would be the art of stealth, pickpocketing, having hit lists in your back pocket, throwing knives at walls, and working for a top secret Spanish-German headquarters which no one but the "jaleguar" knows the location of. One will never notice when a jaleguar is approaching them because of their clever stealthing techniques, which include wearing self-made moccasins; they make the jaleguar virtually impossible to track. One might think that a gust of wind hit their pants, when in reality, a "jaleguar" just stole their wallet.

Pronounced "Haleguar", or "Haguar" as a nickname. (The J sounds like an H because of its spanish decent.)
"That Jaleguar...!"
"I told that Jaleguar to meet us 20 minutes ago...he must be on another mission."
"He stole the knives from the school cafeteria and didn't get caught. What a Jaleguar!"
"He had his leather driving gloves custom made in Italy, so that they are skin tight...what a Jaleguar!"
by Poison Cat January 25, 2007
 
3.
Refers to one which possesses the traits of a rogue, particularly one from around the Spanish-German border. Common attributes which are linked to a "jaleguar" would be the art of stealth, pickpocketing, having hit lists in your back pocket, throwing knives at walls, and working for a top secret Spanish-German headquarters which no one but the "jaleguar" knows the location of. One will never notice when a jaleguar is approaching them because of their clever stealthing techniques, which include wearing self-made moccasins; they make the jaleguar virtually impossible to track. One might think that a gust of wind hit their pants, when in reality, a "jaleguar" just stole their wallet.

Pronounced "Haleguar", or "Haguar" as a nickname. (The J sounds like an H because of its spanish decent.)
"That Jaleguar...!"
"I told that Jaleguar to meet us 20 minutes ago...he must be on another mission."
"He stole the knives from the school cafeteria and didn't get caught. What a Jaleguar!"
"He had his leather driving gloves custom made in Italy, so that they are skin tight...what a Jaleguar!"
by David Becks January 30, 2007