Lusitano-American

noun
Lu·si·ta·no-American | \ ¦lüsə¦tā(ˌ)nō+ \

Definition of Lusitano-American 

: a Brazilian wholly or partly of Portuguese descent

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History and Etymology for Lusitano-American

Lusitano- Portuguese, Portuguese and (from New Latin, from Latin lusitanus Lusitanian, from Lusitania) + American

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