Pedro

(1429-1466) Portuguese noble, constable of Portugal from 1443. His father Pedro, Duke of Coimbra, acting as regent for Afonso V, furthered his own political interests by appointing...
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PEDro

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Pedro

Pe'dro noun [ From Spanish Pedro Peter, Latin Petrus , Greek ....] (Card Playing) (a) The five of trumps in certain varieties of auction pitch. (b) A variety of auction pitch in which the five of trumps counts five. ...
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Pedro

• (n.) A variety of auction pitch in which the five of trumps counts five. • (n.) The five of trumps in certain varieties of auction pitch.
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Pedro

Pedro is a Portuguese boy name. The meaning of the name is `Rock` Where is it used? The name Pedro is mainly used In Spanish and In Portuguese.How do they say it elsewhere? Peter ( In English, German, Scandinavian and In the bible) Piers ( In English) See also In Welsh: Pedr In Ukrainian and In Esperanto: Petro In Scandinavian: Per In Russian:
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Pedro

Pedro is American slang for a Spanish-speaking person.
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Pedro

Pedro is American slang for a Spanish-speaking person.
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Pedro

Pedro (pronounced 'peedro') is a card game that was developed in the United States in the nineteenth century as a variation of Pitch. The Pedro is the trump 5, which is worth five points. Pedro was extremely widely played in the US at the end of the nineteenth century, but during the twentieth century it has gradually declined in popularity.
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