• (noun): A native or inhabitant of Spain.

Some articles on spaniard, spaniards:

Spaniard's Bay, Newfoundland And Labrador
... Spaniard's Bay is a town in the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador ... Spaniard’s Bay is located on the northwest side of Conception Bay and consists of Vokey’s Shore, Northern Cove, Mint Cove, Green Head, and Goddenville ... The name Spaniard’s Bay came from the Basque and Portuguese fishermen who frequented the port in the 16th century and 17th century, and were referred to by the English as ‘Spaniards’ ...
Everard Mercurian - General Congregation III (1573)
... of the Society, expressed his desire that the delegates elect a General who was not a Spaniard ... non-Spanish general of the Society, even though Polanco, a Spaniard, seemed to be the natural choice ... The first three Generals, Ignatius, Lainez and Borgia had been Spaniards and there was some concern that "New Christians" — converted Jews or Muslims ...
Orani, Bataan - History
... One day, a Spaniard, while walking and surveying a thick forest, passed by a native who was cutting a big tree ... The Spaniard asked the native about the name of the tree and the reply was "narra" ... The Spaniard mistook the reply as "no ira" which meant "unselfish" ...
Daniel Campos-Hull - Career
... The Spaniard also had two starts in the Formula Renault Eurocup at the second meeting of the season at the Istanbul Park in Turkey ... The young Spaniard impressed, taking four podiums in the first six races before winning both races at the fourth meeting at the Nürburgring ... The Spaniard moved up a class for 2008 after being hired by HBR Motorsport to drive one of their Formula Three cars in the Formula Three Euroseries alongside Lebanese driver Basil Shaaban ...
Bulacnin - Folk Etymology
... A Spaniard was spying on them ... The Spaniard had no idea of where he was ... The Spaniard did not really understand what the old woman said ...

Famous quotes containing the word spaniard:

    With my whole body I taste these peaches,
    I touch them and smell them. Who speaks?
    I absorb them as the Angevine
    Absorbs Anjou. I see them as a lover sees,
    As a young lover sees the first buds of spring
    And as the black Spaniard plays his guitar.
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)