Definition of Gorditas
1. gordita [n] - See also: gordita
Lexicographical Neighbors of Gorditas
gorditas (current term)
Literary usage of Gorditas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Catalogue of a Collection of Objects Illustrating the Folklore of Mexico by Frederick Starr (1899)
"Meantime at the corner a woman sings this little lay : gorditas de horno calientes, mi alma ! ' . . gorditas de homo ! ..."
2. The Monthly Review by Charles William Wason (1842)
"gorditas de horna caliente?" "Little fat cakes from the oven, hot?" This is in a female key, sharp and shrill. Follows the mat seller. ..."
3. Life in Mexico During a Residence of Two Years in that Country (1843)
"A sharp note of interrogation is heard, indicating something that is hot, and must be snapped up quickly before it cools. " gorditas de horna ca- ..."
4. The Maker of Modern Mexico: Seven Times President of Mexico by Alec-Tweedie (Ethel) (1906)
"The street cries of Mexico are varied and numerous. All day, from 4 am to 10 pm they may be heard. " gorditas del Homo ..."
5. Terry's Mexico: Handbook for Travellers by Thomas Philip Terry (1909)
"... (a large-grained corn resembling horses'-teeth) from the valleys of Toluca and Tulancingo. The gorditas ..."
6. Home Cooking in the Global Village: Caribbean Food from Buccaneers to by Richard R. Wilk (2006)
"... the name of the dish and the mode of preparation as tacos or enchiladas or gorditas remains familiar, even if the stuffing is alien or strange. ..."