The offspring of an Indian or a negro and a European or person of European stock.
A half-breed of Spanish and Indian ancestry. Milpa: A word used in Central America for a small farm or clearing. The milpa system of agriculture involves clearing the forest by fire, destroys valuable humus and forces the farmer to seek new fields frequently.
(in Spanish America) of mixed race of Spanish and American Indian ancestry
A person of mixed indigenous and Spanish heritage. The majority of Mexico's population.
(Sp.) -- person of mixed indigenous and Hispanic descent. ( Misti in Quechua.)
person of Spanish and Indian parentage
Term used by Spanish colonial administrators to describe someone of mixed Native American and European heritage.
Mixed-blood of European and Indian ancestry.
man/woman of mixed European and Indian parentage.
a person of mixed racial ancestry (especially mixed European and Native American ancestry)
person of mixed Spanish and Indian (Native American) heritage.
(Spanish) A person of indigenous and European descent. The female form is mestiza. See also casta.
A Hispanic American of mixed European and indigenous ancestry.
Mestizos are the people resulting from the blending of European, Indian, and African traditions in Latin America. At different places and times, they have also been called ladinos or cholos.
A racial and cultural mixing, generally of Spanish and native American.
person of mixed race, strictly speaking one of mixed white and Indian ancestry.
A mestizo is a person of mixed Spanish and Indian ancestry.
Mestizo (Portuguese, MestiÃ§o; French, MÃ©tis: from Late Latin mixticius, from Latin mixtus, past participle of miscere, "to mix") is a term of Spanish origin used to designate people of mixed European and indigenous non-European ancestry. The term has traditionally been applied mostly to those of mixed European and indigenous Amerindian ancestry who inhabit the region spanning the Americas; from the Canadian prairies in the north to Argentina and Chile's Patagonia in the south.