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noun La·ti·no \lə-ˈtē-(ˌ)nō\

: a person who was born or lives in South America, Central America, or Mexico or a person in the U.S. whose family is originally from South America, Central America, or Mexico

plural La·ti·nos

Full Definition of LATINO

1
:  a native or inhabitant of Latin America
2
:  a person of Latin-American origin living in the United States
Latino adjective

Origin of LATINO

American Spanish, probably short for latinoamericano Latin American
First Known Use: 1946

Rhymes with LATINO

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