(Enrique Ros, Che; Mito y Realidad. Ediciones Universal. Miami, 2002)
Following his graduation from medical school in 1953, Guevara went on to Guatemala, where President Jacobo Arbenz Guzman headed a populist government that was attempting to bring about a social revolution through various reforms, particularly land reform...
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Around this time, Guevara also acquired his famous nickname, "Che", due to his frequent use of the rioplatense word che (pronounced /t?e/), which is a general interjection meaning approximately "Hey!" or "Well..." The word is quite common in Argentina, but not common in Central American Spanish, so Guevara's frequent use of the word there seemed somewhat odd to his friends and stuck to him as a nickname...