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 Lat&imacron;nus, 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).