[duh soh-toh; Spanish de saw-taw]
- Her·nan·do [her-nan-doh; Spanish er-nahn-daw] /hərˈnæn doʊ; Spanish ɛrˈnɑn dɔ/or Fer·nan·do [fer-nan-doh; Spanish fer-nahn-daw] /fərˈnæn doʊ; Spanish fɛrˈnɑn dɔ/, c1500–42, Spanish soldier and explorer in America.
- a city in NE Texas.
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Against the advice of his men Soto consented to go there with him.
There is no good English equivalent for Soto's title of Adelantado.
“He seems to hate de Soto also pretty thoroughly,” said Harry.Across the Spanish Main
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- a Zen Buddhist school of Japan, characterized by the practice of sitting meditation leading to gradual enlightenment
- See De Soto
- Hernando (ɛrˈnando). ?1500–42, Spanish explorer, who discovered the Mississippi River (1541)Also: Fernando De Soto (fɛrˈnando)