Origin of argentine1
Origin of argentine2
Examples from the Web for argentine
Contemporary Examples of argentine
Not one Argentine Jesuit lost his life during the dirty war, and he managed to save dozens of people.How Pope Francis Became the World’s BFF
December 21, 2014
I like Argentine malbec red wine or a good red wine from the North of Spain.Viggo Mortensen Talks ‘The Two Faces of January,’ Blasts Fox News and Israel’s ‘State Terrorism’
September 27, 2014
Giles hopes the museum can help foreigners better understand this Argentine position.
This windswept sheep-filled archipelago off the coast of Southern Patagonia remains an Argentine obsession.
And when Pedro Almodovar showed us the Argentine film, we loved it because it was so fresh.Sony Pictures Classics’ Michael Barker and Tom Bernard on Woody Allen and the State of Indie Film
May 22, 2014
Historical Examples of argentine
But the Argentine expedition had done worse than it at first dreamed of.
Such is the finding of the most accurate of Argentine historians.
The Argentine people are, and wish to remain, the friends of the United States.
Bogota and the Argentine Republic have whitewashed many a reputation.'Lord Kilgobbin
A boat leaves for the Argentine the day after to-morrow; you must go by it.The First and The Last
"silver-colored," mid-15c., from Latin argentinus "of silver," from argentum (see argent).
"of or from Argentina," 1830 (from 1829 as a noun); Argentinian is from 1845 as a noun; 1858 as an adjective.
South American nation, from Latin argentinus "of silver" (see argent); a Latinized form of (Rio) de la Plata, from Spanish plata "silver."