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Güero (sometimes spelled huero or wero) (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈ(ɡ)weɾo]) is a word used in Mexico to denote a person of fair complexion or with blond or red hair. The feminine form is güera. Although Güero/a typically refers to a blond person, in Mexico, it can mean anyone of lighter hair, even a person with light brown hair, especially auburn hair. This is opposed to "indio", "moreno" or "prieto", who are of dark brown or black-brown skin tones and/or Amerindian or Afro-Mexican origin.
The word "güero" ultimately originates from the Spanish word huero [ˈweɾo] (empty) from the phrase huevo huero [ˈweβo ˈweɾo] (empty egg that was lost during incubation). The phrase huevo huero became associated with a sick person and from this association came the association with the color white.
Güero may also refer to:
- Guero, 2005 album by Beck
- Guerolito, 2005 remix album by Beck, featuring all of the songs from Guero except for the hidden track, "Send a Message to Her"
- Guero, garage rock band from Houston, Texas
- Matando Gueros, 1993 album from the Mexican metal-band Brujeria
- Guero, a piano study by German composer Helmut Lachenmann
- D.J. Guero, a D.J. on KBVR that hosts D.J. Guero's Midnight Mash-up Megamix.
- El Güero Jaibo (d. 1993), aka Juan Francisco Murillo Díaz, a member of the Tijuana Cartel
- El Güero Loco, one of the many aliases of Ivan Martin, member of the Chicano Hip-hop group, Delinquent Habits.
- El Güero Palma, nickname for Héctor Luis Palma Salazar, Mexican drug trafficker
- El Güero Estrada, 1997 Mexican film directed by Gilberto De Anda and scored by Gustavo Ramírez Reyes
- Güeros, 2014 Mexican film directed by Alonso Ruizpalacios and starring Tenoch Huerta Mejía
- Guero ("Later"), a 1643 Basque-language book by Pedro Agerre.
- Güero y huero. Etimología de güero. (2012). Retrieved September 1, 2012, from link
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