Morisco

A Spanish Moor or his descendants who accepted Christian baptism. They were all expelled from Spain in 1609. ...
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Morisco

Mo·ris'co (mo*rĭs'ko) adjective [ Spanish See Morris the dance.] Moresque.
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Morisco

Mo·ris'co noun [ Spanish morisco Moorish.] A thing of Moorish origin; as: (a) The Moorish language. (b) A Moorish dance, now called morris dance . Marston . (c) One who dances the Moorish dance. Shak . (d) Moresque decoration or architectu...
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Morisco

• (n.) A thing of Moorish origin; as: (a) The Moorish language. (b) A Moorish dance, now called morris dance. Marston. (c) One who dances the Moorish dance. Shak. (d) Moresque decoration or architecture. • (a.) Moresque.
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Morisco

(Spanish: `Little Moor`), one of the Spanish Muslims (or their descendants) who became baptized Christians.[7 related articles]
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Morisco

Moriscos (lang, lang, moˈɾiskos; mouriscos mo(w)ˈɾiʃkuʃ, mo(w)ˈɾiskus; meaning `Moorish`) were Muslims who were forced to convert to Christianity rather than be killed or expelled from Spain and Portugal in the early 1500s. Over time, the term was used in a pejorative sense, applied to those nominal Catholics who were suspected of secret.....
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morisco

Synonym (also Morisca) for the grape variety Cayetana Blanca; look there.
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