puebleno


puebleno
(puebleño [pwepiéɲo] < pueblo [see above] and the Spanish suffix -eño 'native of')
   Carlisle: 1931. Carlisle references this as an adjective meaning "of the village." The most common term for this in Spanish is poblano, but Santamaría and Sobarzo reference a variant form puebleño, which can be either a noun referring to the inhabitant of a pueblo or an adjective meaning rustic, coarse, wild, or unpolished.

Cowboy Talk. A Dictionary of Spanish Terms. . 2013.

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