Definition of Paisana
1. a female compatriot [n -S] - See also: compatriot
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Literary usage of Paisana
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Doctrine of the Deluge: Vindicating the Scriptural Account from the by Leveson Venables Vernon-Harcourt (1838)
"If paisana, the name of the town near the source of the Po, be no modern invention, but a remnant of ... The inhabitants of paisana were indeed called ..."
2. The Practical Spanish Teacher; Or, A New Method of Learning to Read, Write by Norman Pinney, J.. Barceló (1866)
"La paisana. Are you right to tear your book fj Tiene V. razon de rasgar su libro ? Have you learned all these words ? j Ha aprendido V. todas estas palabras ..."
3. The doctrine of the Deluge; vindicating the scriptural account from the by Leveson Venables V. Harcourt (1838)
"If paisana, the name of the town near the source of the Po, be no modem invention, but a remnant of ... The inhabitants of paisana were indeed called ..."