Calo



a variety of Spanish influenced by Mexican underworld argot with a large admixture of English words, spoken especially by young Mexican-Americans in cities of the southwestern U.S.
(often initial capital letter) a language spoken by Spanish Gypsies.
Contemporary Examples

Why Drones Make Us Nervous Josh Dzieza May 16, 2013

Historical Examples

Letters to an Unknown Prosper Mrime
The Bible in Spain George Borrow
The Travels of Sir John Mandeville John Mandeville
The Bible in Spain George Borrow
The Bishop’s Secret Fergus Hume
The Bible in Spain George Borrow
The Passing of the Turkish Empire in Europe B. Granville Baker
Red Money Fergus Hume

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