noun la·di·no \lə-ˈdē-(ˌ)nō\
plural la·di·nos

Definition of LADINO

often capitalized [American Spanish] :  a westernized Spanish-speaking Latin American; especially :  mestizo
capitalized [Judeo-Spanish, from Old Spanish] :  judeo-spanish

Origin of LADINO

Spanish, literally, Latin, from Latin latinus
First Known Use: 1877

Rhymes with LADINO


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