Zapata in SpanishEdit
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Alternatively, it may have been a joke considering that the shot following Picard's reference to rendezvous with the ship was of Wil Wheaton's boot as he is leaving the turbolift... Zapata is the Spanish word for "shoe".
This is inaccurate. The term for shoe in Spanish is zapato not zapata. In some Latin American countries zapata refers to a foundation, as in a building's or house's base structure. In most Spanish speaking countries Zapata is a last name. Pete Valle 22:50, 2 September 2007 (UTC)
Zapata is the last name of Mexican Revolution War general and land-rights activist Emiliano Zapata (1879-1919). In the 21st Century, Zapata continues to be an inspiring figure in Mexico's peasant and indigenous resistance movements, particularly in the state of Chiapas, under the "Zapatista" movement. – The preceding unsigned comment was added by 220.127.116.11 (talk). 16:48, 11 January 2015