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men·te·ca·to  Both Genders - Noun - Singular
Plural: mentecatos
Feminine: mentecata
Plural and Feminine: mentecatas
  1. Translate "mentecato" to English: fool, half-wit, nincompoop, simpleton, charlie, lug, peahead, pinhead
    Spanish Synonyms of "mentecato": bobo, idiota, tonto, memo, zopenco, badulaque, cenutrio, charro, chiquilicuatre
    Define meaning of "mentecato": Tonto/a, vacuo/a, bobo/a, insensato/a. ; Sin capacidad para el raciocinio o con capacidad muy limitada para el mismo; de escaso juicio o entendimiento.

mentecato  Adjective
  1. Translate "mentecato" to English: half-witted, silly, goofy, weak-headed, weak-minded, wooden-headed, barmy, zany
    Spanish Synonyms of "mentecato": tonto, bobo, necio, zonzo, débil de mente, imbécil, medio tonto, tarado, de menos seso que un mosquito
    Define meaning of "mentecato": Tonto/a, vacuo/a, bobo/a, insensato/a. ; Sin capacidad para el raciocinio o con capacidad muy limitada para el mismo; de escaso juicio o entendimiento.

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