noun, plural Ne·groes.
Origin of Negro1
usage note for Negro
Definition for negro (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for negro
But as she continued barren, she was sold to the 'negro buyers.'
The instructions for the recruiting officers from his headquarters at Cambridge prohibited the enlistment of any 'negro.'
I enter a train to New York, and am banished to the rear seat or the 'negro car.'What Answer?|Anna E. Dickinson
Our right was pressed back on the 'negro avengers of Fort Pillow.'The Black Phalanx|Joseph T. Wilson
Gives the following account of a 'negro hunt,' in that Parish.