Alberto often pushed a shopping cart through his barrio, collecting cans for spare cash to support himself and his mayate.
The majority of the violence in Honduras is carried out by two main gangs, Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13, and barrio 18.
Their community lay between the Parian and the barrio of Laguio.
They had reached the barrio where the meeting was to be held.
As he came back from a ride to one of his barrio schools he found her weeping, with her face in her pillow.
Perpetua is the acknowledged belle of the 'barrio,' or district, where she resides, and she has many admirers.
Dull clouds obscured the moon, and for a long time the barrio was in darkness.
Ariglúhun mu sa kapitan sa baryu, The barrio captain will arbitrate between you two.
Yet the inhabitants of this barrio are quite contented and fairly comfortable.
Ihúlad sa Katidral ang kapilya, Pattern the barrio chapel after the Cathedral.
1841, "ward of a Spanish or Spanish-speaking city," sometimes also used of rural settlements, from Spanish barrio "district, suburb," from Arabic barriya "open country" (fem.), from barr "outside" (of the city). Main modern sense of "Spanish-speaking district in a U.S. city" is 1939; original reference is to Spanish Harlem in New York City.