Origin of diamanté
Examples from the Web for diamante
Sutton and Burleigh (1939a:37) reported M. p. leucopterus from Diamante Pass.Birds from Coahuila, Mexico|Emil K. Urban
Dr. Gillies says where the Diamante joins it, it is called the Salado.Buenos Ayres and the Provinces of the Rio de La Plata|Woodbine Parish
The maid went, & mistaking tooke the glasse of poyson which Diamante had giu'n her, and she kept in store for me.
Diamante, a Spanish dramatic poet, who plagiarised Corneille's "Cid" and passed it off as original; b. 1826.The Nuttall Encyclopaedia|Edited by Rev. James Wood
Diamante is historically interesting as the introducer of French dramatic methods into Spain.
British Dictionary definitions for diamante
Word Origin for diamanté
Word Origin and History for diamante
1904, from French diamanté, past participle of diamanter "to set with diamonds," from Old French diamant (see diamond).