What does «zaque» mean in spanish?
- Small wineskin, made of animal skin, sewn and prepared to store liquids, such as wine or oils.
Examples of use in spanish: "Contó Sancho más de 60 zaques".
- Drunk person.
Examples of use in spanish: "...cuando se brindan el amor y la fortuna, y hechos unos zaques, levantan caídos y derriban levantados..." (Lope de Vega).
- Before the arrival of the Spaniards, the name given to the king of Tunja (in central Colombia). It was the title of nobility of the rulers of the northern part of the Muisca Confederation, in the Cundinamarca-Boyacá highlands and its seat of government was the city of Hunza, today Tunja. See zipa.
- Leather in which water is drawn from wells.