[uh-lon-zoh; Spanish ah-lawn-saw]
- AliciaAlicia Ernestina de la Caridad del Cobre Martínez Hoyo, born 1921, Cuban ballerina.
- Dá·ma·so [dah-mah-saw] /ˈdɑ mɑˌsɔ/, 1898–1990, Spanish poet, critic, and philologist.
- Also A·lon·zo. a male given name, Spanish form of Alphonso.
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Examples from the Web for alonso
He was living under the alias Alonso Rivera Muñoz as a middling real estate developer and art collector in Querétaro.Trading Dime Bags for Salvador Dali
October 19, 2014
Exceptions were the four daughters of the royal treasurer Alonso Estrada, the natural son, or so he claimed, of King Ferdinand.
Before joining up with Cortez, Alonso and Diego were in Cuba but on far different rungs of society.
On 17 October 1528, Alonso became the first person in the New World to be burned alive at the stake.
Turning it into a pig and cattle farm, Alonso became the biggest supplier of meat to the colony.
Sebastian suggests that it will be better for Alonso to go to sleep while he can.Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 8
Charles H. Sylvester
One character is named variously as Alonso, Alonzo and Alfonso.Trafalgar
Benito Prez Galds
The first who adventured was Alonso de Hojeda, a native of Cuenca.The Letters of Amerigo Vespucci
At Tumbez, Alonso de Molina was sent ashore to look at the town.The Spanish Pioneers
Charles F. Lummis
Alonso—which was the man's name—had been profuse in his gratitude.House of Torment
Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull