An underground mexican gang featured in an episode of Macgyver.
Ramon was a member of the pachucos, but did not really earn his right to be a leader because he didn't really "waste" luther's little brother.
a chicano or Mexican guy back in the 1930 to 1950 that dressed in zoot suits. The pachuco was an important part of the young chicano culture in the 1950's.
In the 1940's the LA PD decided to round up hundreds of pachucos after the Sleepy Lagoon murder becuase of their ethnicity.
Someone dressed up in a zoot suit
, aka zooter
. Not necessarily a gangster, but always associated with cholos. The style originated in El Paso, TX
back in the 1930s. Hence, El Paso
is now known to many Chicanos as "El Chuco
Pachuco =/= Cholo
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Old school term for Chicano zooters - the dress, attitude, language, culture, etc. Originated in Juarez, Chihuaha, Mexico and eventually made its way to El Paso, Texas ( Chuco town).
Back in the 1940s El Paso, Texas was full of pachucos.
In common usage, generally any young hispanic/Mexican-American males perceived (through similarity of garb, haircuts, etc.) to be members of a street gang. Actual gang in Southern California dates back to and rivals the Hell's Angels
"I think those Mexican guys standing on the corner are probably pachucos."
Name that originated in the early 30's. El Paso TX nick name.
Hey holmes, you're going to Pachuco?
1. A hispanic or spanish or mexican or latino or chicano man that defends his barrio from outsiders.
2. A hispanic or spanish or mexican or latino or chicano man that fights to preserve his cultures way of living whether that be with guns, knives, or political influence
(2.) Texans and Californians are taking over Santa Fe, New Mexico with the help of greedy developers, but not if we can get a pachuco into office to defend the barrio!
is usually , hispanic male, that is borderline gang member. Dresses in the gang garb, or dresses with the bandana,flannel shirt, kakai pants, etc.
Mira, hay van los pachucos del barrio.