a man of the lower nobility in Spain.
(in Spanish America) a man who owns considerable property or is otherwise esteemed.
- hi·dal·go·ism, hi·dal·gism [hi-dal-jiz-uhm], /hɪˈdæl dʒɪz əm/, noun
Other definitions for Hidalgo (2 of 2)
Juan [hwahn], /ʰwɑn/, c1600–85, Spanish composer and harpist.
a state in central Mexico. 8,057 sq. mi. (20,870 sq. km). Capital: Pachuca.
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How to use hidalgo in a sentence
They crossed the Rio Grande near hidalgo, Texas, on May 13 as part of a group of about 70 migrants and were quickly taken into custody by the Border Patrol.New Report Shows “Deeply Troubling Failures” by Border Patrol in Boy’s Death, Key Congressional Leader Says | by Robert Moore, El Paso Matters | September 17, 2021 | ProPublica
hidalgo has made a name for herself as Paris’s top politician.
Over the last seven years, hidalgo has transformed the banks of the Seine river into parks, slashed vehicle traffic, promoted cycling, and built up the city’s defenses against climate impacts.
If victorious, hidalgo would be one of the most prominent mayors ever to hold a major presidency.
So ProPublica and the Tribune sent public records requests to more than a dozen individual courts in Bexar, Dallas and hidalgo counties.How We Found Out How Many Debt Collection Lawsuits Oportun Inc. Filed During the Pandemic | by Ren Larson and Kiah Collier | August 31, 2020 | ProPublica
The first notorious case, in 2002, was when Mets outfielder Richard hidalgo was shot in the arm during a carjacking in Venezuela.Wilson Ramos Kidnapping Highlights Baseball's Dangerous Venezuela Pipeline | Aram Roston | November 11, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
The change became him; he seemed a larger and handsomer man for it; he looked the caballero and almost the hidalgo.Overland | John William De Forest
A cement works at hidalgo, of 50,000 tons annual capacity, has been started.Mexico | Charles Reginald Enock
Such was the fate of the insurrection stirred up by the priest hidalgo.The Tiger Hunter | Mayne Reid
Sometimes he assumes the serious ferocity of a brigand chief or the haughty punctiliousness of a hidalgo.The Memoirs of Count Carlo Gozzi; Volume the first | Count Carlo Gozzi
hidalgo catolico soy, de hacienda in Ynglatierra, y muchos años de mi vida he pasado en caminar.Wanderings in South America | Charles Waterton
British Dictionary definitions for hidalgo (1 of 2)
a member of the lower nobility in Spain
British Dictionary definitions for Hidalgo (2 of 2)
a state of central Mexico: consists of a high plateau, with the Sierra Madre Oriental in the north and east; ancient remains of Teltec culture (at Tula); rich mineral resources. Capital: Pachuca. Pop: 2 231 392 (2000). Area: 20 987 sq km (8103 sq miles)
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