Definition of Adelantado. Meaning of Adelantado. Synonyms of Adelantado

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Adelantado. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Adelantado and, of course, Adelantado synonyms and on the right images related to the word Adelantado.

Definition of Adelantado

Adelantado
Adelantado A`de*lan*ta"do, n. [Sp., prop. p. of adelantar to advance, to promote.] A governor of a province; a commander. --Prescott.

Meaning of Adelantado from wikipedia

- Adelantado (UK: /ˌædəlænˈtɑːdoʊ/, US: /-lɑːnˈ-/, Spanish: [aðelanˈtaðo]; meaning "advanced") was a title held by Spanish nobles in service of their respective...
- independent Royal Audience of Buenos Aires from 1661 to 1671 and after 1783. Adelantado Governor, Captain General, and Chief Justicee Pedro de Mendoza (1534–1537)...
- Ponce de León, and a great-grandson of King Alfonso IX of León He was Adelantado (governor) of the Andalusian frontier and Galicia, and Mayordomo mayor...
- his youth. He enlisted in the navy and ended up achieving the rank of Adelantado and Captain General of the African coasts. In 1478, he parti****ted in...
- historically), officially and unofficially. Avilés: la villa del adelantado (The Town of the Adelantado) Barcelona: la ciudad condal (The City of Counts) Bilbao:...
- was created as one of King Charles V's grants of 1534, establishing the adelantado Pedro de Mendoza as its first governor, captain general, and chief justice...
- the Guanches of Tenerife. The Spaniards were under the command of the Adelantado ("military governor") Alonso Fernández de Lugo, who had sold his properties...
- from the 80's onwards. Bolero de Mastropiero (with Maronna). Cantata del adelantado Don Rodrigo Díaz de Carreras (with Ernesto Acher and Jorge Maronna). Concierto...
- for example, in "Et fue a casa del Rey. e mostrolo a don Diago que era adelantado del Rey" (Fuero de Burgos, c. 1240) In the Renaissance era, the name was...
- 1537) was a Spanish conquistador, soldier and explorer, and the first adelantado of New Andalusia. Pedro de Mendoza, also known as Don Pedro de Mendoza...
Loading...