The Collaborative International Dictionary
Bicho \Bi"cho\, n. [Sp.] (Zo["o]l.) See Jigger.
Bicho may refer to:
- Bicho (album), a 1977 Caetano Veloso album
- Bicho (footballer) (born 1996), Spanish footballer
- Bicho (woreda), Oromia, Ethiopia
Bicho is one of the woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. Part of the former Metu, it is now part of the Illubabor Zone.
Javier Fernández Abruñedo (born 20 February 1996), most known as Bicho, is a Spanish footballer who plays for Racing de Ferrol on loan from Deportivo de La Coruña as an attacking midfielder.
'Bicho' ("beast", in Portuguese) is a 1977 studio album by Caetano Veloso. The album was recorded after Veloso spent a month with Gilberto Gil in Lagos, Nigeria, and the influence of African music such as Jùjú can be heard throughout the album. The song "O Leãozinho", was covered by the American Band Beirut on the benefit album Red Hot + Rio 2.
Usage examples of "bicho".
Olha bem, gente, aqui está: Aciência, o bicho que se devora a si mesma!
El príncipe de los ladrones yace allí sin vida, víctima de la picadura de un bicho.