In the movie Pulp Fiction directed by Quentin Tarantino, a telling exchange occurs between the boxer Butch - who's just killed a man in the ring - played by Bruce Willis and a hispanic, female cab driver named Esmerelda:
BUTCH So... He looks at her license. BUTCH ...Esmarelda Villalobos – is that Mexican? ESMARELDA The name is Spanish, but I'm Columbian. BUTCH It's a very pretty name. ESMARELDA It mean "Esmarelda of the wolves." BUTCH That's one hell of a name you got there, sister. ESMARELDA Thank you. And what is your name? BUTCH Butch. ESMARELDA Butch. What does it mean? BUTCH I'm an American, our names don't mean shit.
This last statement is funny because 'butch' of course means
'having an an appearance or other qualities of a type traditionally seen as masculine'which is an appearance action-thriller actor Bruce Willis - not to mention the character he plays in the film, a lethal professional boxer and criminal - is usually associated with.