Andalusian
noun Etymology: Andalusia, Spain Date: 1966 any of a breed of horses of Spanish origin that have a high-stepping gait

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  • Andalusian — [an΄də lo͞o′zhən, an΄də lo͞o′shən; an΄də lo͞ozhē ən, an΄də lo͞o′shē ən] adj. of Andalusia or its people, language, or culture n. 1. a person born or living in Andalusia 2. the variety of Spanish spoken in Andalusia * * * See Andalusia. * * * …   Universalium

  • Andalusian — [an΄də lo͞o′zhən, an΄də lo͞o′shən; an΄də lo͞ozhē ən, an΄də lo͞o′shē ən] adj. of Andalusia or its people, language, or culture n. 1. a person born or living in Andalusia 2. the variety of Spanish spoken in Andalusia …   English World dictionary

  • Andalusian — The adjective Andalusian can refer to:*Andalusia, a region in Spain *Al Andalus, a historical state on the Iberian Peninsula *Andalusian people, an ethnic group or nation in Spain centered in the Andalusia region *Andalusian Spanish, a dialect of …   Wikipedia

  • Andalusian — 1. adjective From, or pertaining to, Andalusia 2. noun Someone from Andalusia …   Wiktionary

  • Andalusian — adj. coming from or pertaining to a region in southern Spain called Andalusia …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Andalusian — [ˌandə lu:zɪən, sɪən] noun 1》 a native or inhabitant of Andalusia in southern Spain. 2》 the dialect of Spanish spoken in Andalusia. adjective relating to Andalusia …   English new terms dictionary

  • andalusian — an·da·lu·sian …   English syllables

  • Andalusian — adjective in or relating to Andalusia • Pertains to noun: ↑Andalusia • Derivationally related forms: ↑Andalusia …   Useful english dictionary

  • Andalusian horse — Andalusian Andalusian horse Distinguishing features Strongly built, compact, elegant, thick mane and tail Alternative names Spanish Horse, Pura Raza Española Country of origin Spain, Iberian Peninsula …   Wikipedia

  • Andalusian cadence — Andalusian cadences are common in Flamenco music. The Andalusian cadence is a term adopted from flamenco music for a chord progression comprising four chords descending stepwise.[1] It is otherwise known as the minor descending tetrachord …   Wikipedia

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