Afro-Latinx

[ af-roh-luh-tee-neks, la‐, lat-n-eks ]
/ ˈæf roʊ ləˈti nɛks, læ‐, ˈlæt nˌɛks /

adjective

of or relating to Black Latinx with African ancestry (used in place of the masculine form Afro-Latino or the feminine form Afro-Latina): Afro-Latinx poets;Afro-Latinx identity.

noun, plural Af·ro-La·ti·nxs [af-roh-luh-tee-nek-siz, la‐, ‐lat-n-ek‐], /ˈæf roʊ ləˈti nɛk sɪz, læ‐, ‐ˈlæt nˌɛk‐/, (especially collectively) Af·ro-La·ti·nx.

a Black Latinx with African ancestry (used in place of the masculine form Afro-Latino or the feminine form Afro-Latina): Afro-Latinx have diverse ancestry and dialects.

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Origin of Afro-Latinx

First recorded in 2010–15; Afro- + Latinx

historical usage of Afro-Latinx

See Latinx.
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