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Sancho Panza

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the squire of Don Quixote, was governor of Barataʹria, according to Cervantes. He is described as a short, pot-bellied rustic, full of common sense, but without a grain of “spirituality.” He rode upon an ass, Dapple, and was famous for his proverbs. Panza, in Spanish, means paunch.

A Sancho Panza. A justice of the peace. In allusion to Sancho, as judge in the isle of Barataʹria.

Sancho Panza’s wife, called Terēsa, pt. ii. i. 5; Maria, pt. ii. iv. 7; Juāna, pt. i. 7; and Joan, pt. i. 21.

Sancho. The model painting of this squire is Leslie’s Sancho and the Duchess.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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