a large, vigorous strain of the white clover, often grown as a forage crop
Origin of ladinoprobably from Italian Ladino, of the Ladin-speaking area of the Tirol and Grisons from Classical Latin Latinus, Latin
Origin of LadinoJudezmo ladino from Medieval Sp, Latin from Classical Latin latinus Judezmo, specif. the earlier, literary variety of Judezmo, used chiefly for translating sacred Jewish texts
- pl. -·nos
Origin of LadinoAmSp in Spanish America, a person of mixed ancestry
- A nearly extinct Romance language, descended from medieval Spanish, spoken by Sephardic Jews especially in the Balkans, Turkey, and the Near East. Also called Judeo-Spanish .
- also ladino In Central America, a Spanish-speaking or acculturated Indian; a mestizo.
Origin of LadinoSpanish ladino from Latin Latīnus Latin ; see Latin .
- A Romance language, derived mainly from Old Castilian (Spanish) and Hebrew.
- a person in Latin America who speaks Spanish and is "Westernized", and whose culture is a mixture of European Spanish and Native American descent, a mestizo.
From Ladino לאדינו (ladino).