noun, plural Ne·gri·tos, Ne·gri·toes.
Origin of Negrito
Examples from the Web for negrito
The Negrito, as has been said, is remarkably ingenious in the construction of arrows.
The Negrito knows that the people of the lowlands for some reason have more food than he.
After a pause my negrito informs me that the signal has added something to its last observation.The Pearl of the Antilles, or An Artist in Cuba|Walter Goodman
The eyes are relatively well opened and clear, like the eye of the Negrito, without slant or folding lid.
Here is the Negrito limit to the east; that is, of Negrito tribes as existing at the present moment.Opuscula|Robert Gordon Latham