noun, hi·dal·go often capitalized \hi-ˈdal-(ˌ)gō, ē-ˈthäl-\
plural hi·dal·gos

Definition of HIDALGO

:  a member of the lower nobility of Spain

Origin of HIDALGO

Spanish, from Old Spanish fijo dalgo, literally, son of something
First Known Use: 1594


geographical name Hi·dal·go \hi-ˈdal-(ˌ)gō, ē-ˈthäl-(ˌ)gō\

Definition of HIDALGO

state cen Mexico Pachuca area 8103 square miles (20,987 square kilometers), pop 1,888,366


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