The fashion media has painted hidalgo as Paris's stylish first lady.
hidalgo has already admitted her style is not “bling bling,” so why are people trying to turn it into something different?
Does Pithers think that by comparing hidalgo to a Vogue Paris editor that she will, in turn, eventually transform into such?
The French press dubbed hidalgo “the discreet one,” or chided her lack of charisma.
To the hidalgo you must talk of arms, to the lady, of love; but you must never commit yourself beyond redemption.
The Comandante pledges himself, as a hidalgo, that you shall not be harmed.
He wore his cloak with as much style as though he had been an hidalgo.
The hidalgo excused his weakness on the score of fatigue and the heat.
You should have seen hidalgo—you would never have thought him the man he was.
In the Plaza de Armas there stands a fine monument to the memory of hidalgo.
"Spanish nobleman of secondary rank," 1590s, from Spanish hidalgo, from Old Spanish fidalgo, shortened from filho de algo "son (Latin filus) of someone (Latin aliquis)," perhaps an imitation of Arabic ibn-nas "son of people," a complimentary title. For alteration of f- and h- in Spanish, see hacienda.