Mameluco

Mam`e·lu'co noun [ Portuguese ] A child born of a white father and Indian mother. [ S. Amer.]
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Mameluco

• (n.) A child born of a white father and Indian mother.
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mameluco

(from mamaruca, Indian for `half-breed`), in colonial Brazil, especially in the São Paulo district, a person of mixed Indian and white ancestry. The ...
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Mameluco

Mameluco is a Portuguese word that denotes the first generation offspring of a European and an Amerindian. It corresponds to the Spanish word is mestizo. In the 17th and 18th centuries, Mameluco was used to refer to organized bands of slave-hunters, also known as bandeirantes, who roamed the interior of South America from the Atlantic to the footh...
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