criollo

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Spanish, originally from Portuguese crioulo

Noun[edit]

criollo (plural criollos)

  1. (historical) A member of social class in the 16th century Spanish colonies, who were born in the colonies but had European lineage.

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Spanish[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Portuguese crioulo (white person born in the colonies; slave born in in the house of his master; black person born in the colonies).

Adjective[edit]

criollo m (feminine criolla, masculine plural criollos, feminine plural criollas)

  1. creole
  2. (Latin America) Unmixed European-descended Latin American
  3. Latin American

Noun[edit]

criollo m (plural criollos)

  1. creole
  2. (Latin America) Latin American of unmixed European descent
  3. Latin American

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