Hidalgo

Hidalgo and Fidalgo (in Galician and Portuguese) are traditional titles for men of the Spanish nobility and of the Portuguese nobility, and of the gentry of each monarchy. The word hidalgo is a contraction of the phrases hijo de algo (″son of something″) and hijo de alguien (″son of someone″). In formal, social usage, the Spanish court rig...
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Hidalgo

• (n.) A title, denoting a Spanish nobleman of the lower class.
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Hidalgo

(from the article `asteroid`) ...is considered by some to be a defunct comet—one that has lost its volatile materials and no longer displays the classic cometary features of a ... ...been gravitationally perturbed out of the Kuiper belt and now travel mainly between the orbits of Jupiter and Neptune, and (4) individual ... [2 re...
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Hidalgo

(minor planet 944) Orbit of Hidalgo. Credit: NASA The asteroid with the largest known orbit, the second highest inclination to the ecliptic, and the second highest eccentricity. It was discovered by Walter Baade in 1920. Hidalgo, whose perihelion lies at the inner edg...
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Hidalgo

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Hidalgo

[moth] Hidalgo is a genus of moth in the family Geometridae. ...
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Hidalgo

[nobility] An hidalgo (lang) and a fidalgo (lang, lang) are members of the Spanish and Portuguese nobility; the feminine forms of the terms are hidalga, in Spanish, and fidalga, in Portuguese and Galician. In popular usage, the term hidalgo identifies a nobleman without a hereditary title. In practice, hidalgos were exempted from paying tax...
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Hidalgo

[sherry] Hidalgo is a sherry producer based in Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Andalusia, Spain, whose origins can be traced back to the 18th century. The bodega produces a variety of brands and types of Sherry. Its La Gitana manzanilla is one of the best selling manzanilla sherries. ...
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Hidalgo

[state] Hidalgo (iˈðalɣo), officially Free and sovereign State of Hidalgo (Estado Libre y Soberano de Hidalgo), is one of the 31 states which, with the Federal District, comprise the 32 Federal Entities of Mexico. It is divided in 84 municipalities and its capital city is Pachuca de Soto. In 1869, Benito Juárez created the State of Hida...
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Hidalgo

Hi·dal'go noun [ Spanish , contr. from hijo de algo , i. e. , son of something; hijo son (fr. Late Latin filius ) + algo something, from Latin aliquod . Confer Fidalgo .] A title, denoting a Spanish nobleman of the lower class.
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Hidalgo

county, southwestern New Mexico, U.S.; it is bordered by Arizona on the west and Mexico on the south and east. The county`s northwestern area, ...
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Hidalgo

estado (state), east-central Mexico. It is bounded by the states of San Luis Potosí to the north, Veracruz to the north and northeast, Puebla to the ...
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Hidalgo

Hidalgo (ē&thstrok;äl'gō) , state (1990 pop. 1,888,366), 8,058 sq mi (20,870 sq km), central Mexico. Pachuca de Soto is the capital. Crossed by the Sierra Madre Oriental, the state is extremely mountainous; in the southern and western areas, however, are plains and fertile valle...
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hidalgo

hidalgo (hēdäl'gō) [contraction of Span. hijo de algo=son of something], term designating the lowest degree of Spanish nobility, a rank above the ordinary gentry but below the great lords. The status was granted either directly from the crown (hidalgo de carta) or was inherited ...
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Hidalgo

Hidalgo (hidăl'gō) , in astronomy: see asteroid.
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Hidalgo

Hidalgo was a Spanish nobleman of the lower class. There were hidalgos de naturaleza, of noble birth, and hidalgos de privilegio, that is, those on whom the king had conferred nobility, and those who purchased nobility. The title is long obsolete.
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hidalgo

in Spain, a hereditary noble or, in the later Middle Ages and the modern era, a knight or member of the gentry.[3 related articles]
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