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Sancho Panza

[san-choh pan-zuh; Spanish sahn-chaw pahn-thah] /ˈsæn tʃoʊ ˈpæn zə; Spanish ˈsɑn tʃɔ ˈpɑn θɑ/
noun
1.
the credulous and amusing squire of Don Quixote.

Panza

[pan-zuh; Spanish pahn-thah, -sah] /ˈpæn zə; Spanish ˈpɑn θɑ, -sɑ/
noun
1.
Sancho, Sancho Panza.
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Sancho Panza [(sahn-choh pahn-zuh, san-choh pan-zuh)]

In Don Quixote, the down-to-Earth peasant who accompanies the idealistic, deluded Don on his adventures. Sancho is a delightful coward, more interested in material comfort and safety than in performing courageous acts.

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