Definition of renegado in English:

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renegado

Pronunciation: /ˌrɛnɪˈɡeɪdəʊ/

noun (plural renegadoes)

Archaic term for renegade.
Example sentences
  • The subject matter is the renegadoes, a small group of criollos, mestizos, black men and mulattoes, voluntarily settled among the indigenous groups of the central-west region of the pampas.
  • The English renegadoes were fewer, but they built up a reputation for incredible perfidy.

Origin

Spanish.

Words that rhyme with renegado

aficionado, amontillado, avocado, Bardo, Barnardo, bastinado, bravado, Colorado, desperado, Dorado, eldorado, incommunicado, Leonardo, Mikado, muscovado, Prado, Ricardo, stifado

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