noun Spa·gnuo·lo \ˌspänyəˈwȯ(ˌ)lō\

Definition of Spagnuolo



  1. :  one of a group of Spanish and Portuguese Jews expelled from Spain in 1492 whose descendants scattered among the Balkan states speak Judeo-Spanish — compare ladino 4, sephardim

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Origin and Etymology of spagnuolo

Italian, literally, Spaniard, from spagnuolo, adjective, Spanish, from (assumed) Vulgar Latin Hispaniolus — more at hispaniolize

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a trip made at another's expense

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