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Definition of Mameluco

Mameluco
Mameluco Mam`e*lu"co, n. [Pg.] A child born of a white father and Indian mother. [S. Amer.]

Meaning of Mameluco from wikipedia

- Mameluco is a Portuguese word that denotes the first generation child of a European and an Amerindian. It corresponds to the Spanish word mestizo. In the...
- Spanish: El 2 de mayo de 1808 en Madrid, or La lucha con los mamelucos or La carga de los mamelucos), is a painting by the Spanish painter Francisco Goya. It...
- Mestiço, in Colonial Brazil, was initially used to refer to mamelucos, persons born from a couple in which one was an Indigenous American and the other...
- take it to the ships on the coast. In the process, a large mixed-race (mameluco) po****tion was formed, which in fact occupied Brazil. Without the practice...
- categories in North America as they were in Latin America. The terms mestizo or mameluco, mulatto, the general term castas, and dozens of subcategories of racial...
- settled in São Paulo, but the bulk of their numbers was made of people of mameluco background (people of both European and Indian ancestries) and natives...
- pardo groups in Brazil are the caboclos (largely contemporary usage) or mamelucos (largely archaic usage), the mulatos, and the cafuzos. The first group...
- Brazil (49.1% mixed-race, Gypsy and Black, Mulattoes (20.5%), Mestiços, Mamelucos or Caboclos (21.3%), Blacks (7.1%) and Eurasian (0.2%)), Belize (25%)...
- Wayback Machine Accessed on February 21, 2011. Radio Trece 1290 AM El Mameluco Entrevista a Penélope Menchaca Parte 1 Accessed on February 21, 2011. Los...
- quarters European with some Native ****imilation, and caboclo (current) or mameluco (dated), cafuzo, juçara, ainoko/ainocoand sarará in Portuguese, for people...
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