paniolo

noun pa·ni·o·lo \ˌpänēˈō(ˌ)lō\

Definition of paniolo

plural

-s

Hawaii

  1. :  cowboy

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Origin and Etymology of paniolo

Hawaiian, probably from Spanish español Spaniard, Spanish, from (assumed) Vulgar Latin Hispaniolus, from Latin Hispania Spain + -olus -ole


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