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For referring specifically to a U. S. national and things, the words used are estadunidense ( also spelled estado-unidense ) ( United States person ), from Estados Unidos da América, and ianque ( Yankee ), but the term most often used is norte-americano, even though it could, as with its Spanish equivalent, in theory apply to Canadians, Mexicans, etc., as well.
Others have argued that astronomy is an inaccurate term, what are being studied are cosmologies and people who object to the use of logos have suggested adopting the Spanish cosmovisión.
Spanish advocates predicated the term adoptivus of Christ only in respect to his humanity ; once the divine Son " emptied himself " of divinity and " took the form of a servant " ( Philippians 2: 7 ), Christ's human nature was " adopted " as divine.
In 1876, the Spanish governor-general of the Philippines José Malcampo coined the term juramentado for the behavior ( from juramentar-" to take an oath "), surviving into modern Filipino languages as huramentado.
Some etymologists believe it comes from a dialectal pronunciation of the Portuguese " bandore " or from an early anglicisation of the Spanish word " bandurria ", though other research suggests that it may come from a West African term for a bamboo stick formerly used for the instrument's neck.
The 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica 11th edition, thought the term was derived from the Spanish barrueco, a large, irregularly-shaped pearl, and it was for a time confined to the craft of the jeweller.
The second period was characterized by the Spanish attempts to reimpose arbitrary rule during the period known as the Reconquista of 1814 – 1817 (" Reconquest ": the term echoes the Reconquista in which the Christian kingdoms retook Iberia from the Muslims ).
The term " chicano " may have come from Mexican immigrants to the U. S. during the 1920s and 1930s, but by those originated from Chihuahua ( not the term " Chi -" hua-hua " when they came into Texas where the locals made fun of the way the Chihuahuan Mexicans, primarily indigenous rural peasants, spoke a " less common " dialect of Spanish ).
* Strumming is a less common technique in classical guitar, and is often referred to by the Spanish term " rasgueo ," or for strumming patterns " rasgueado ," and uses the backs of the fingernails.
The term " contra " comes from the Spanish contra, which means against but in this case is short for, in English " the counter-revolution ".
After the discovery of the West Indies by Christopher Columbus in 1492, the Spanish term Antillas was assigned to the lands ; stemming from this, " Sea of the Antilles " is a common alternative name for the Caribbean Sea in various European languages.
According to some authors, it was during this time that the burlesque Spanish term " roto " ( torn ), used by Peruvians to refer to Chileans, was first mentioned given how Almagro's disappointed troops returned to Cuzco with their " torn clothes " due to the extensive and laborious passage on foot by the Atacama desert.
The Christian censorship of the Jewish Talmud in the aftermath of the Disputation of Barcelona and during the Spanish Inquisition and Roman Inquisition, let the term spread within the Jewish classical texts, since the church censors replaced terms like Minim (" sectarians ", coined on the Christians ) with the term Epikorsim or Epicursim, meaning heretics, since the church had heavily persecuted heretics at that time.
The term " frigate " ( Italian: fregata ; Spanish / Catalan / Portuguese / Sicilian: fragata ; Dutch: fregat ; French: fregate ) originated in the Mediterranean in the late 15th century, referring to a lighter galleass type ship with oars, sails and a light armament, built for speed and maneuverability.
It has been suggested that the term flamenco may have originally been a Spanish colloquialism for the dance's resemblance to the movements of the flamingo.
Asked about the liberal, non-democratic rule by a Chilean interviewer, Hayek is translated from German to Spanish to English as having said, " As long term institutions, I am totally against dictatorships.
The word may derive from the word " jabber " (" to talk nonsense "), with the "- ish " suffix to signify a language ; alternatively, the term gibberish may derive from the eclectic mix of English, Spanish, Hebrew, Hindi and Arabic spoken in the British territory of Gibraltar ( from Arabic Gabal-Tariq, meaning Mountain of Tariq ), which is unintelligible to non-natives.
The term means " little war " in Spanish, and the word, guerrilla, has been used to describe the concept since the 18th century, and perhaps earlier.
It was found in Holland by English troops who were fighting against the Spanish in the Eighty Years ' War who noticed its calming effects before battle, which is the origin of the term Dutch courage.
In recent years the term " urban regional " was coined to refer to Spanish rap performed over beats infused with the sounds and melodies from popular Mexican music styles such as banda, cumbia, norteño and others.
Whilst the English term resembles the French marbre, most other European languages ( e. g. Spanish mármol, Italian marmo, Portuguese mármore, German, Norwegian, Danish and Swedish marmor, Armenian marmar, Dutch marmer, Polish marmur, Turkish mermer, Czech mramor and Russian мрáмор ) follow the original Greek.

Spanish and norteamericano
Latin Americans ( who are the most affected by this use of American ) also have yanqui ( Yankee ) and the euphemism norteamericano / norte-americano " North American ", which technically includes the USA, Mexico and Canada, but is frequently used in Spanish and Portuguese to refer to the United States only.

Spanish and North
With the 1994 passage of the North American Free Trade Agreement, the following words were used to label the United States Section of that organization: in French, étatsunien ; in Spanish, estadounidense.
They expanded under Spanish regency to encompass half of North America and half of South America.
The Spanish in Florida originally introduced sheep to the New World, but this development never quite reached the North, and there they were introduced by the Dutch and English.
John C. Cavadini has challenged this notion by attempting to take the Spanish Christology in its own Spanish / North African context in his important study, The Last Christology of the West: Adoptionism in Spain and Gaul, 785 – 820.
The majority of the population is French, but there are sizable groups of Italians, Spaniards ( Up to 20 % of the Bordeaux population claim some degree of Spanish heritage ), Portuguese, Turks, Germans and North Africans ..
These principles derive ultimately from Roman law, transmitted through Spanish and French law, as the state's current territory intersects the area of North America colonized by Spain and by France.
This suppression and the success of independence movements in the former Spanish colonies on the North American mainland led to a rise of Cuban nationalism, and a number of independence conspiracies took place during the 1820s and 1830s, but all failed.
The Government of Cuba maintains close relationships with Iran and North Korea, and has provided safe haven to members of ETA after an agreement with the Spanish government ( under Felipe González ), FARC, and the ELN.
By far, the best known representation is the animated Wile E. Coyote, Super Genius, whose popularity has spread the three-syllable Spanish pronunciation of the word coyote throughout English-speaking North America.
These works also left Europe and were imported to those parts of Latin America controlled by the Spanish and Portuguese empires and the parts of North America controlled by the British and French empires.
This occurred also along long stretches of the Spanish and Italian coasts, a relatively short distance across a calm sea from the pirates in their North African lairs.
Mistreatment of the indigenous population in Spanish Morocco led to an uprising and the loss of this North African possession except for the enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla in 1921.
Most of the expelled Spanish Jews moved to North Africa, Poland, to the Ottoman Empire and to Israel.
P. Erickson, MasterClasses in Spanish Piano Music, Hinshaw Music, Chapel Hill North Carolina, 1984.
The Monroe Doctrine at the time of its adoption thus pertained more to the Russians in North America than to the former Spanish colonies.
Treating Revelation in his cursory fashion, he made use of an excerpt from the commentary of the North African Tichonius, which is preserved as a sort of argument at the beginning of the more extended work of the Spanish presbyter Beatus of Liébana.
Jews, who had lived in Melilla for centuries, have been leaving the Spanish North African city in more recent years ( from 20 % of the population before World War II to less than 5 % today ).
As successful English settlement of North America began to take place in 1607 in the face of the hostile intentions of the powerful Spanish, and of the native populations, it became immediately necessary to raise militia amongst the settlers.
The Spanish reintroduction of the horse to North America in the 17th century and Native Americans ' learning to use them greatly altered the natives ' culture, including changing the way in which they hunted large game.
Pigs were brought to southeastern North America from Europe by Hernando de Soto and other early Spanish explorers.
On the northern side of the Strait are Spain and Gibraltar ( a British overseas territory in the Iberian Peninsula ), while on the southern side are Morocco and Ceuta ( a Spanish exclave in North Africa ).
Category: Spanish mission settlements in North America

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