Sancho

The name Sancho is an Iberian name of Basque origin (Santxo, Santzo, Santso, Antzo). Sancho stems from Latin Sanctius. The feminine form is Sancha and the common patronymic is Sánchez. The name is also a slang term used in some Ibero-America (Latin America) for a male committing adultery and is used in this sense in the song Santeria by the American punk band Sublime.

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