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1.
The generic name for a Mexican person whom you don't know the name of.
"Hey! Pancho! What's up?"

"Actually my name's Jorge."

"Yeah whatever"
by Angelacia May 23, 2007
 
2.
Mexican, rebel, revolutionary, fearless, leader, strong, not to mess with, lover of women, loved by women, patriotic, family man, feared, envied, intelligent, fierce, gentle, handsome.
Pancho Villa was a Mexican Rebel, a Revolutionary General, a Division General of 50,000 rebels during the Mexican Revolution, he was a lover of women and loved by women. Men wanted to be like him and be his followers.
by Xalixco February 04, 2010
 
3.
Usually, spanish slang for the name "Francisco". Can also mean "schizophrenic", "drug addict" or "very small, crazy bald person who lives in Puerto Maderou".
Pancho: (while being filmed)"Wido....(insert agitated respiration)filmame las PELOTAS! =))))"
by NOL GALAGUER July 23, 2006
 
4.
Drama; Causing Drama; Unecessary; An Excessive Amount Of; A Ruckus.
Robert: Her ex-boyfriend showed up at her house at 3am knocking on her windows!

Scott: Thats Panchos!
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Jimmy: Bill was causing panchos at the game.

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Carl: That lady brough her 4 dogs into the store...
Lenny: panchos!
by EST3BAN June 20, 2007
 
5.
A very Mysterious Dry man, Known to few. He is a Heartbreker and a Gentlman all at the same time. He is very dirty, but always clean, yet he never gets wet. He is also known by :3 and " The Driest man in the World".
Airyn: OMG! Is that Pancho across the Street eating a Taco!

Adam: World Of Warcraft! Is It!

Airyn: Nevermind... that guy is all sweaty.

Adam: Can't be Pancho then, everyone knows Pancho can't get wet.
by coconuts are lies October 28, 2010
 
6.
my pancho was happy
by jo05 September 02, 2009
 
7.
etymology:

It comes from the Mexican language Nahuatl. Nahuatl belongs to the Uto-Aztecan linguistic family. /pancho/ means "jump", other synonyms are, pancholoa, panchololiztli
"Pancho in atoyatl achtopa yehuan itta tehuatl."

"Jump the river before they see you."
by xalixco February 04, 2010