campesino

noun cam·pe·si·no \ ˌkam-pə-ˈsē-(ˌ)nō \

Definition of campesino

plural campesinos
: a native of a Latin American rural area; especially : a Latin American Indian farmer or farm laborer

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Origin and Etymology of campesino

Spanish, from campo field, country, from Latin campus field

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