Definition of Santeros

1. santero [n] - See also: santero



Santeros Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Santeros

santalol
santalols
santals
santalum
santalums
santanaite
santees
santer
santera
santeras
santered
santeria
santerias
santering
santero
santeros (current term)
santers
santim
santimi
santims
santimu
santir
santirs
santite
santo
santoku
santokus
santol
santolinas
santols

Literary usage of Santeros

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Occult Crime: A Law Enforcement Primer by Diane Publishing Co (1993)
"During the past several decades, American santeros have most often practiced their ... Indeed, the laws have been on the santeros' side; few states have ..."

2. The Spanish Dependencies in South America: An Introduction to the History of by Bernard Moses (1914)
"Other funds were collected by santeros, men who carried a holy image about the ... The santeros, moreover, sold rosaries, relics, and other sacred objects, ..."

3. A Dictionary of Spanish Proverbs by John Collins (1823)
"It is applicable to a mean, lank, dry fellow ; from the practice of the santeros, who drain their oil-pot to shew their poverty the more. ..."

4. Penal Philosophy by Gabriel de Tarde, Rapelje Howell (1912)
"... "santeros" (thieving servants are very numerous in Barcelona; and one is never better serve than by them. Shall we enumerate the infinite varieties c ..."

5. Occult Crime: A Law Enforcement Primer by Diane Publishing Co (1993)
"During the past several decades, American santeros have most often practiced their ... Indeed, the laws have been on the santeros' side; few states have ..."

6. The Spanish Dependencies in South America: An Introduction to the History of by Bernard Moses (1914)
"Other funds were collected by santeros, men who carried a holy image about the ... The santeros, moreover, sold rosaries, relics, and other sacred objects, ..."

7. A Dictionary of Spanish Proverbs by John Collins (1823)
"It is applicable to a mean, lank, dry fellow ; from the practice of the santeros, who drain their oil-pot to shew their poverty the more. ..."

8. Penal Philosophy by Gabriel de Tarde, Rapelje Howell (1912)
"... "santeros" (thieving servants are very numerous in Barcelona; and one is never better serve than by them. Shall we enumerate the infinite varieties c ..."

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