OTHER WORDS FROM Latin AmericaLatin American, nounLat·in-A·mer·i·can, noun, adjective
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It is a market for the products of Latin-America and the Orient.The Industrial Canal and Inner Harbor of New Orleans|Thomas Ewing Dabney
To-day in Latin-America the second great struggle for freedom is under way.
Most of Latin-America has not yet learned that the intellect, like the nation, cannot exist half slave and half free.
Likewise she is sure of internal peace and is the only really war-tight, revolution-proof country in Latin-America.
The fundamental difficulties in Mexico were not peculiar to that country nor indeed to Latin-America.The Life and Letters of Walter H. Page, Volume I|Burton J. Hendrick
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Cultural definitions for latin america
A term applied to all of the Spanish- or Portuguese-speaking nations south of the United States.