You saw that Spanish mestizo go out through the sacristy in the midst of the sermon?
The mestizo had been to the fiesta as well as his master, and his keen eyes had been busy on that day.
The islands of which it is composed are innumerable, most of the larger ones having some Spanish or mestizo population.
Same when a mestizo buzzes close; you can have his topknot as much as you like.
The mestizo, meanwhile, proudly held up his head, and scarcely looked at those of his own class.
He is a mestizo; so the Indians would not mind such a marriage.
The population, Indian and mestizo only, up and about their tasks, were shivering a little in the chilly morning.
In South America a half-caste, a mestizo, is always counted as a white.
Then, the said penance being accomplished, he would be absolved by Domingo Diaz, a mestizo of infamous character.
She was a mestizo—not pure Indian, you know, but part Spanish.
1580s, from Spanish mestizo "of mixed European and Amerindian parentage," from Late Latin mixticius "mixed, mongrel," from Latin mixtus "mixed," past participle of miscere "to mix, mingle" (see mix (v.)). Fem. form mestiza is attested from 1580s.