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pa·no·cha
[puh-noh-chuh]
NOUN
1.
a coarse grade of sugar made in Mexico.
2.
3.
Slang: Vulgar. (especially among Mexican Americans) the vulva.
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Panocha, in New Mexico and southern Colorado, is a pudding made from ground sprouted wheat and piloncillo. It is traditionally eaten during Lent. The sprouted- wheat flour is called "panocha flour" or simply "panocha", as well. In other regions , "panocha" can mean penuche or panuche.

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Panocha definition, Also, penuche. a coarse grade of sugar made in Mexico. See more.

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¿Quieres darle esta panocha al burro?Do you want to give the donkey this cob? b. corncob (with or without kernels) (United States). Compré unas panochas ...

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panocha translation english, Spanish - English dictionary, meaning, see also ' pancha',panocho' ... Do you really know where they are taking that woman?

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The sprouted-wheat flour is called "panocha flour" or simply "panocha", as well. In other regions, "panocha" can mean penuche or panuche. In the Philippines, it  ...

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The definition of panocha is a coarse sugar made in Mexico. The course Mexican sugar used to make Bunuelos (sweet fried breads), or Capa de Azucar Y ...

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Mar 18, 2016 ... panochaExample sentencesTrendspanochoComments ... No quite c*nt, it means pussy only, and it's origin is Colombian, instead of Mexican.

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Translation for 'panocha' in the free Spanish-English dictionary and many other English translations. ... Do you know more translations for "panocha"? Help our ...