Definition of Pintos

1. n. pl. A mountain tribe of Mexican Indians living near Acapulco. They are remarkable for having the dark skin of the face irregularly spotted with white. Called also speckled Indians.



Definition of Pintos

1. Noun. (plural of Pinto) ¹

2. Noun. (plural of pinto) ¹

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Definition of Pintos

1. pinto [n] - See also: pinto

Medical Definition of Pintos

1. Sing. Pinto . [Sp, painted, mottled] A mountain tribe of Mexican Indians living near Acapulco. They are remarkable for having the dark skin of the face irregularly spotted with white. Synonym: speckled Indians. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pintos

pintails
pintano
pintanos
pintas
pintel
pinter
pintids
pintles
pintman
pinto
pinto bean
pintoes
pintoid
pintos (current term)
pints
pintsize
pintsized
pintuck
pintucks
pintxo
pintxos
pinule
pinules
pinup
pinups
pinus
pinvoke
pinwale

Literary usage of Pintos

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1. The Opera Goers' Complete Guide: Comprising Two Hundred and Twenty-nine by Leo Leop Melitz, Richard Salinger (1913)
"... and the farmer, in high good humour, unites Peter and Roschen. THE THREE pintos Comic opera in three acts, unfinished, by Carl Maria von Weber, ..."

2. The Standard Operaglass: Detailed Plots of the Celebrated Operas, with by Charles Annesley (1904)
"THE THREE pintos Comic Opera in three acts by CM v. WEBER After WEBER'H manuscripts and designs, and TH. HELL'S textbook. The musical part completed by ..."

3. Handbook of Geographical and Historical Pathology by August Hirsch (1885)
"The fact that the mal de los pintos is decidedly communicable, gives further probability to the parasitic nature of the malady. " The disease is said to be ..."

4. Travels of a Naturalist: A Record of Adventures, Discoveries, History and by Adolphe Boucard (1894)
"... Cortez—General Alvarez—pintos—• Mineral Wealth. IN the 18th of August, 1852, I embarked on the ship Heva, Captain Magne, bound for San Juan del Sur. ..."

5. Mexico: Its Peasants and Its Priests: Or, Adventures and Historical by Robert Anderson Wilson (1856)
"While the new President delayed his entry into the city, the most strenuous efforts were making to collect the largest possible force of pintos, and, ..."

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