Caló

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See also: calo, caló, calò, cało, calo-, and ca-lô

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From Caló caló.

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Caló

  1. a mixed language or dialect spoken by the Spanish and Portuguese Romani.
  2. an argot spoken by pachuco Chicanos in the United States in the early 20th century.

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