Origin of AngloAmerican Spanish
- English, English and: Anglophone, Anglo-American
- Anglican: Anglo-Catholic
Origin of Anglo-; from Classical Latin Anglus, singular of Angli, Angles (see Angle)
Origin of Anglo-New Latin, from Latin Angl&imacron;, the English people; see Angle.
- An Anglo-American.
- An English-speaking person, especially a white North American who is not of Hispanic or French ancestry.
Origin of AngloShort for Anglo-American.
- An English person or person of English ancestry.
- In the United States, an American, especially a White American, whose native language is English. The term generally is used in contrast to Americans for whom Spanish is their native language, or people whose ancestry is from Latin America. The term is used without regard to English descent. It is likely derived as a reference to English (rather than Spanish) as a native language.
- A white-skinned person.
- Alternative capitalization of anglo.