Andalusian

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An·da·lu·sian

 (ăn′də-lo͞o′zhən, -zhē-ən)
adj.
Of or relating to Andalusia.
n.
1. A native or inhabitant of Andalusia.
2. A horse of a breed developed in Andalusia, usually having a white or gray coat and often used for dressage.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.Andalusian - in or relating to AndalusiaAndalusian - in or relating to Andalusia    
Translations

Andalusian

[ˌændəˈluːzɪən]
A. ADJandaluz
B. N
1. (= person) → andaluz(a) m/f
2. (Ling) → andaluz m
References in classic literature ?
She was swarthy of complexion, but one divined that, by day, her skin must possess that beautiful golden tone of the Andalusians and the Roman women.
You will not be ashamed of her looks, for she is a copy in little of her beautiful mother - and it is that Andalusian beauty which is not surpassable, even in your country.
The host fancied he called him Castellan because he took him for a "worthy of Castile," though he was in fact an Andalusian, and one from the strand of San Lucar, as crafty a thief as Cacus and as full of tricks as a student or a page.
A Mexican dragoon, for instance, is represented as arrayed in a round blue jacket, with red cuffs and collar; blue velvet breeches, unbuttoned at the knees to show his white stockings; bottinas of deer skin; a round-crowned Andalusian hat, and his hair cued.
She had forced us to accept a little souvenir, a magnificent Spanish GENET and an Andalusian mule, which were beautiful to look upon.
Julius Laspara might have been a Transylvanian, a Turk, an Andalusian, or a citizen of one of the Hanse towns for anything he could tell to the contrary.
Raoul didn't wait to be told twice; he knew that with superiors, especially when those superiors are princes, the highest politeness is to obey without delay or argument; he went down to the stables, picked out a pie-bald Andalusian horse, saddled and bridled it himself, for Athos had advised him to trust no one with those important offices at a time of danger, and went to rejoin the prince, who at that moment mounted his horse.
She moved with the light, free step of an Arlesienne or an Andalusian.
The final scene didn't show the Andalusians and Arabs coming together with the star, which would have made a stronger impact.
but the Andalusians accused him as Kafir Zindiq, because of this, he did not disclose his works and fruits of his research.
He examines how it is being cultivated as a marker of Andalusian identity and a patrimonial symbol of Andalusian autonomy, how Andalusians have avoided transforming it into a fixed and well-defined patrimonial object, and the government's reluctance to define flamenco.
Betis showed no sign of taking their foot off the pedal when winning 2-1 away to city rivals Seville on Wednesday and the in-form Andalusians have lost just one of their last nine games.