Definition of Ladron
1. ladrone [n -S] - See also: ladrone
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ladron
Literary usage of Ladron
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Most Striking Events of a Twelvemonth's Campaign with Zumalacarregui in by Charles Frederick Henningsen (1836)
"General Santos ladron proclaims Don Carlos in Navarre —Taken by Lorenzo—Suspicion ... ladron shot at Pampe- luna—Desperate Condition of the Carlists—First ..."
2. A Dictionary of Spanish Proverbs by John Collins (1823)
"Piensa el ladron que todos son de su condition.— " The thief considers every one to be of his profession."—Malicious and vicious persons always imagine ..."
3. The Revolutions of Spain, from 1808 to the End of 1836: With Biographical by William Walton (1837)
"Declarations of the Juntas Santos ladron entrapped and shot.— His loss.— Exasperation.—Sarsfield.—His combined operations—Succeed.—The insurrection put down ..."
4. The History of the Military Occupation of the Territory of New Mexico from by Ralph Emerson Twitchell (1909)
"When the expedition under De Vargas sailed from Spain for the New World, having in view the re-conquest of New Mexico, Captain Nicolas Ortiz Nino ladron de ..."
5. The Leading Facts of New Mexican History by Ralph Emerson Twitchell (1911)
"Captain Nicolas Ortiz Nino ladron de Guevara brought with him to New Mexico his wife and family, and all were present at the ceremonies had at the time of ..."