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Definition of Renegado

Renegado
Renegado Ren`e*ga"do (r?n`?-g?"d?), n. [Sp.] See Renegade.

Meaning of Renegado from wikipedia

- The Renegado, or The Gentleman of Venice is a late Jacobean stage play, a tragicomedy written by Philip M****inger and first published in 1630. The play...
- The Renegado River is a river of Chile. List of rivers of Chile EVALUACION DE LOS RECURSOS HIDRICOS SUPERFICIALES EN LA CUENCA DEL RIO BIO BIO[permanent...
- The White Renegade (Spanish: El renegado blanco) is a 1960 Mexican adventure film directed by Fernando Méndez and starring Mauricio Garcés, Abel Salazar...
- were several sorts of this game, but that which the chief was called "Renegado", at which three only could play, and to whom were dealt nine cards apiece...
- G1 (in Portuguese). October 26, 2015. "Nova série da Globoplay, Arcanjo Renegado terá Marcello Melo Jr. e Erika Januza vivendo irmãos". Observatório da...
- Archived from the original on 7 December 2012. "Resistir en el monte del Renegado". El País. 22 March 2009. Retrieved 17 June 2009. "Ceuta y Melilla son...
- Entertainment 2001-12-03NA ✔JP,KO ✔ ✔ Jak II •Jak II: RenegadeEU •Jak II: El RenegadoES •Jak and Daxter IIJP Naughty Dog Software Sony Computer Entertainment...
- satisfied my own curiosity at least to this extent: That something like a Renegado culture could have existed; that all the ingredients for it were present...
- the United States. Throughout Latin America, the band is known as Los Renegados. Renegade was formed by drummer Luis Cardenas and the band's manager/producer...
- Jowitt views the character of princess Donusa in M****inger's 1624 play The Renegado as an allegory of the Infanta during the failed marriage attempt. In 1634...
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