Examples from the Web for spanish
According to some rumors, Goya was once on staff before his fame as a Spanish painter.
This concern ceased after the Spanish warned of severe punitive measures on the family members of suicides.
Hatuey replied that he would rather burn and be sent to hell than ever again encounter people as cruel as the Spanish.
“They also were responsible for the Barcelona subway plot,” a plan disrupted by Spanish law enforcement in 2008.
A more recent phenomenon in the political universe is politicians of Hispanic heritage who are not fluent in Spanish.Which Potential Candidates Speak Spanish—and Will It Matter?|Eleanor Clift|December 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
For Ignacio knew that the Spanish officer was glad enough to believe the story the spy told him.A Prisoner of Morro|Upton Sinclair
In his brief he spoke in the highest terms of the Spanish episcopate, and of the piety and heroic devotion of the priesthood.The War Upon Religion|Rev. Francis A. Cunningham
We give no quarter now, since those Spanish wretches have commenced shooting their prisoners in cold blood.Young Glory and the Spanish Cruiser|Walter Fenton Mott
The speaker, it will be seen, is supposed to be a young Spanish lady.Clare Avery|Emily Sarah Holt
"It is well that you come," said Tim to Cortinez in Spanish.The Killer|Stewart Edward White
British Dictionary definitions for spanish
Word Origin and History for spanish
c.1200, from Spaine "Spain," from Old French Espaigne (see Spaniard). Replaced Old English Speonisc. For Spanish Main see main. Spanish moss is attested from 1823. Spanish fly, the fabled aphrodisiac (ground-up cantharis blister-beetles), is attested from c.1600. Spanish-American War was so called in British press speculations early 1898, even before it began in April. For Spanish Inquisition (by c.1600), see Inquisition.