- a thief.
Origin of ladrone
1550–60; < Spanish ladrón < Latin latrōn- (stem of latrō) mercenary, bandit
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Examples from the Web for ladrone
Turning away I mounted Ladrone in order that I might not see what happened.
This left us as we were before, with the exception of Ladrone.
Strange to say, none of them, not even Ladrone, seemed to mind them in the least.
"Chalkeye," says Curly out aloud, but her eyes were set on this ladrone all the while.Curly
Five days after this the Ladrone Islands were sighted and passed.The Utah Batteries: A History
Charles R. Mabey