“I have an Anglo surname, I speak Spanish, and I look Indian,” he used to joke.
Of course, there are plenty of African Americans who give their kids Anglo names.
During the boom years, Anglo expanded its market share by reckless lending, especially to property developers.
Sean FitzPatrick was the CEO of Anglo Irish Bank from 1986 to 2005.
Quinn lost his fortune after he amassed control of 25% of Anglo Irish Bank, which promptly went under in the 2007 financial crash.
The same slow process of the ages which has wrought out Anglo Saxon civilization will elevate this race.
The word itself serves to preserve a memorial of the nature of the institution, Rother being Anglo–Saxon for horned cattle.
"Well, there is a pretty fair infusion of Anglo Saxon blood among our slaves, now," said Augustine.
Now in Lenny's mind there was pre-eminently that quality which distinguishes the Anglo Saxon race,—the sense of justice.
For the thoroughly genuine and artistic pageant Anglo Saxons have to go to Italy.
"American, English-speaking white person," 1941, southwestern U.S., from Anglo-American. Anglo was used similarly of native, English-speakers in Canada from 1800 and Britain from 1964.
A white person; paddy (Hispanics)