Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Spanish use, an ‘Indian,’ that is, one of the various native peoples of Asia or America; specifically.
- n. in the Philippine Islands, a native and especially a Christian native;
- n. a Malay of the Philippine Islands, as distinguished from members of other races living there.
- n. A Portuguese silver coin, ordered to be struck in 1499, on the model of the Venetian marcella.
“The concert will take place April 16, 17 & 18 in Indio, California, Tickets go on sale via Ticketmaster. com on Friday, Jan. 22 @ 10AM PST.”
“I'm at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts festival in Indio, California this weekend.”
“I was amazed when I took a case of Indio to the Tecate deposito to find that Indio is no longer sold in Mazatlan.”
“At the motel, police found a handwritten list of addresses in Fairfax with phone numbers and the word "Indio" -- Spanish for "Indian" -- next to some of them.”
“In a couple of months get a woven wrap – a Didymos in Indio weave is good for little babes, and can be purchased at Lemon Balm Essentials or Birdie’s Room.”
“Lots of samples, but they primarily sell oranges, and dates which the employee said are grown to the south of there, in Indio.”
“Crane recounted how he had obtained dates from Egypt and personally introduced their cultivation in the California desert, in a town called Indio, successfully irrigating them with artesian wells.”
“I have been writing for Street News for well over a decade and am fortunate to call Indio a friend.”
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