See also: pícaro

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Spanish pícaro

NounEdit

picaro (plural picaros)

  1. rogue, adventurer
    • 2009, Lawrence, Karen R., "Orlando's Voyage Out" in Virginia Woolf: an MFS Reader, Maren Linett, ed. The John Hopkins University Press, pp. 327-354.
      The novel's sexual/textual "intercourse" revises the phallic economy Brown posits, not only in plotting polymorphous sexual possibilities for its nonphallic picaro.