Paco

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Paco is a Spanish nickname for Francisco. According to folk etymology, the nickname has its origins in Saint Francis of Assisi, who was the father of the Franciscan order; his name was written in Latin by the order as Pater Communitatis (father of the community); hence "Paco" was supposedly obtained by taking the first syllable of each word.

People with the nickname Paco include

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