Definition of Mestizos

1. Noun. (plural of mestizo) ¹



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Definition of Mestizos

1. mestizo [n] - See also: mestizo

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mestizos

mestanolone
mestee
mestees
mestenediol
mesterolone
mesteso
mestesoes
mestesos
mestino
mestinoes
mestinos
mestiza
mestizas
mestizo
mestizoes
mestizos (current term)
mesto
mestranol
mestranols
mesulphen
mesuranic
mesyl
mesylate
mesylates
mesyls
met
met-enkephalin
metHb
metMb
met enkephalin

Literary usage of Mestizos

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1. Trading with Latin America: Obtaining Orders, Filling Orders, Shipping by Ernst B. Filsinger (1917)
"1500000 mestizos and whites, 700000; Indi- 116000 ans, 700000; miscellaneous ... mestizos have resulted from the intermarriage of Spanish or Portuguese set- ..."

2. Peru by Clements Robert Markham (1880)
"called mestizos, in all grades of society. For the best Spanish blood was proud ... There were mestizos who, for culture and talent, were the equals of any ..."

3. The Cambridge Modern History by John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Acton, Ernest Alfred Benians, George Walter Prothero, Sir Adolphus William Ward (1907)
"But it must be remembered that, as the Indians decreased, the mestizos increased; Indian women preferred union with white men; and many of those who passed ..."

4. The Isthmus of Tehuantepec: Being the Results of a Survey for a Railroad to by J. J. Williams (1852)
"The mestizos, in point of influence, may be justly considered next; the more especially ... The mestizos are scattered over almost all parts of the Isthmus, ..."

5. Trading with Latin America: How to Sell Goods, Export Policies, Methods by Ernst B. Filsinger (1919)
"450000 Whites and mestizos, 320000; ne- 32380 groes, 67000; miscellaneous, 63000. 800000 Nearly all mestizos and whites; 122000 about 25000 forest Indians. ..."

6. Our Island Empire: A Hand-book of Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii, and the by Charles Morris (1899)
"THE mestizos. The mestizos, or half-breeds, have been already adverted to, and little more needs to be said concerning them, since in most respects they ..."

7. Spain's Declining Power in South America, 1730-1806 by Bernard Moses (1919)
"Spaniards, Creoles, and mestizos. III. The new society. A CIVILIZED nation of this century, ... mestizos ..."

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