Examples from the Web for hispanic
A more recent phenomenon in the political universe is politicians of Hispanic heritage who are not fluent in Spanish.Which Potential Candidates Speak Spanish—and Will It Matter?|Eleanor Clift|December 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Hispanic Republican moderate Brian Sandoval just won a landslide reelection in Nevada.Could This Be the First Pro-Choice Republican on a National Ticket?|David Freedlander|November 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sen. Ted Cruz, one of two Hispanic Republicans in the Senate, accused Democrats of “pigeonholing” minority candidates.
Media reports confirm that Gardner made a significant pitch to Hispanic voters in both English and Spanish.
Abbott took advantage of that opening and pulled down a hefty share of the Hispanic vote.
Even in the library of the Hispanic Society of America there is no record of him.
It was situated in Hispanic Bœtica, having been built by Marcellus.Ruins of Ancient Cities (Vol. I of II)|Charles Bucke
Impassioned speakers and writers adjured the ghost of Hispanic confederation to rise and confront the new northern peril.
Increase of American business interests in Hispanic America.A Syllabus of Hispanic-American History|William Whatley Pierson
Certain of the Hispanic republics, however, were not allowed to remain alone on their side of "the margin of international life."
British Dictionary definitions for hispanic
Word Origin and History for hispanic
"pertaining to Spain" (especially ancient Spain) 1580s, from Latin Hispanicus, from Hispania "Iberian Peninsula," from Hispanus "Spaniard" (see Spaniard). Specific application to Spanish-speaking parts of the New World is 1889, American English; especially applied since c.1972 to Spanish-speaking persons of Latin American descent living in U.S.