reformado

noun ref·or·ma·do \ˌrefə(r)ˈmä(ˌ)dō, -mā(-\

Definition of reformado

plural

reformados

or

reformadoes

  1. 1a :  an officer deprived of command by the reorganization or disbandment of his troops but retaining rank and receiving full or half pay b :  a volunteer serving without a commission but with an officer's rank

  2. 2 obsolete :  a reformed person

  3. 3 obsolete :  a supporter of reform

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Origin and Etymology of reformado

Spanish, from reformado, past participle of reformar to reform, reorganize, from Latin reformare to reform


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