[hi-span-ik] /hɪˈspæn ɪk/
the United States and its Hispanic neighbors.
Also, Hispano. Also called Hispanic American. Also called Hispano-American. an American citizen or resident of or Latin-American descent.
relating to, characteristic of, or derived from Spain or Spanish-speaking countries
(US) a person of Latin-American or Spanish descent living in the US
“pertaining to Spain” (especially ancient Spain) 1580s, from Latin Hispanicus, from Hispania “Iberian Peninsula,” from Hispanus “Spaniard” (see Spaniard). Specific application to Spanish-speaking parts of the New World is 1889, American English; especially applied since c.1972 to Spanish-speaking persons of Latin American descent living in U.S.
[hi-span-uh-siz-uh m] /hɪˈspæn əˌsɪz əm/ noun 1. an idiom peculiar to Spanish. /hɪˈspænɪˌsɪzəm/ noun 1. a word or expression borrowed from Spanish or modelled on the form of a Spanish word or expression
[hi-span-uh-sist] /hɪˈspæn ə sɪst/ noun 1. .
[hi-span-uh-sahyz] /hɪˈspæn əˌsaɪz/ verb (used with object), Hispanicized, Hispanicizing. (sometimes lowercase) 1. to make Spanish or Latin American, as in character, custom, or style. 2. to bring under Spanish or Latin-American domination or influence. /hɪˈspænɪˌsaɪz/ verb 1. (transitive) to make Spanish, as in custom or culture; bring under Spanish control or influence
[his-puh n-yoh-luh; Spanish ees-pahn-yaw-lah] /ˌhɪs pənˈyoʊ lə; Spanish ˌis pɑnˈyɔ lɑ/ noun 1. an island in the West Indies, comprising the republic of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. 29,843 sq. mi. (77,293 sq. km). /ˌhɪspənˈjəʊlə; Spanish ispaˈɲola/ noun 1. the second largest island in the Caribbean, in the Greater Antilles: divided politically into Haiti and […]