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  • adj. Of, from, or pertaining to the historical region of Hispania
  • n. Someone from Hispania


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  • Herren-Bayoz, in 1796, will be long remembered by those of his grateful countrymen who feared that the Corsican upstart would get the upper hand in the semi-fraternal struggle in the Portugo-Hispanian

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 103, October 29, 1892

  • The African tried persuasion, contempt, even lofty scorn; he threatened to withdraw the paragon from the sale altogether, for he knew of a dealer in leather goods over in Corinth who would give two fingers of his own hand for the exclusive use of those belonging to this Hispanian treasure.

    "Unto Caesar"

  • A Hispanian maniple had just seized Antony's son Antyllus and, after a hasty court-martial, killed him.

    Cleopatra — Volume 09

  • To protect the soil Hispanian from the spear of Frankish foes

    Mediaeval Tales


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