Definition of Pintada
1. pintado [n -S] - See also: pintado
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pintada
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Literary usage of Pintada
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Panama by Patricia Katzman (2006)
"Sightseeing & Touring Lo pintada A smooth blacktop road undulates northwest from Penonomé, through rolling hills and cattle pastures to the little town of ..."
2. A History of the Earth, and Animated Natureby Oliver Goldsmith, Washington Irving by Oliver Goldsmith, Washington Irving (1854)
"Under this class we may therefore rank the common cook, the peacock, the turkey, the pintada or Guinea-hen, the pheasant, the bustard, the grouse, ..."
3. With the Border Ruffians: Memories of the Far West, 1852-1868 by R. H. Williams, E. W. Williams (1908)
"Piedra Pinta, as the Texans called it, though it was properly " Piedra pintada," or Painted Rock, was a fast-running, shallow creek flowing for some ..."
4. A History of the Earth, and Animated Nature by Oliver Goldsmith, William Turton (1816)
"The pintada, or Guinea-Hen. i JL HIS ia a very remarkable bird, and in some measure unites the characteristics of the pheasant and the turkey. ..."
5. The Land of Sunshine by Charles Fletcher Lummis (1896)
"... a day's march north, moved on to the Potrero de las Vacas ; how they passed centuries there, and then other more at the Cueva pintada and then at Ra-tya ..."