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Hispano

[hi-span-oh, -spah-noh] /hɪˈspæn oʊ, -ˈspɑ noʊ/
noun
1.
Hispanic (def 3).

Hispano-

1.
a combining form representing Spain, or Spanish, in compound words:
Hispano-American.
Origin of Hispano-
< Latin Hispān(us) pertaining to Hispānia the Iberian Peninsula + -o-
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  • In addition to marking significant moments in church ritual, they are used in Indian and Hispano village fiestas.

    The Penitente Moradas of Abiqui Richard E. Ahlborn
  • Edmonson's study of 1950 has established the persistence of penitente activity in Hispano culture.

    The Penitente Moradas of Abiqui Richard E. Ahlborn
  • Armant deinde iuvenem aequales: scutum capit, Hispano cingitur gladio, ad propiorem pugnam habili.

    Selections from Viri Romae Charles Franois L'Homond
  • By the second quarter of the 19th century, penitentes were common in Hispano villages such as Abiqui.

    The Penitente Moradas of Abiqui Richard E. Ahlborn
  • Inside a Hispano church, however, areas of special useage are marked off clearly within the volume.

    The Penitente Moradas of Abiqui Richard E. Ahlborn
  • Probably made after 1900, this figure demonstrates the persistent artistic and religious heritage of Hispano culture.

    The Penitente Moradas of Abiqui Richard E. Ahlborn

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