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Hispanic (other)
''Hispanic'' is a term for the people and culture of Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries. Hispanic may also refer to: * ''Hispanic'' (magazine) * Spanish people * The quality of Hispanidad * Hispanophone or Spanish-speaking countries * People or things originating in the Roman province of Hispania See also * * Hispanic America * Hispanic Americans * Hispanic culture in The Philippines * Hispano (other) * Spanish language in the United States {{disambig ...
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Hispanic
The term ''Hispanic'' ( es, hispano or ) refers to people, cultures, or countries related to Spain, the Hispanidad, Spanish language, culture, or people. The term commonly applies to countries with a cultural and historical link to Spain, formerly part of the Spanish Empire following the Spanish colonization of the Americas, parts of the Asia-Pacific region and Africa. These are mainly countries of Hispanic America, Philippines, Equatorial Guinea and Western Sahara. In these countries Spanish may or may not be the predominant or official language and the cultures are derived from Spain to different degrees, combined with the local pre-Hispanic culture or other foreign influences. Hispanic culture is a set of customs, traditions, beliefs, and art forms (music, literature, dress, architecture, cuisine, or others) that are generally shared by peoples in Hispanic regions, but which can vary considerably from one country or territory to another. The Spanish language is the main cultural ...
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Hispanic (magazine)
''Hispanic'' was an American English-language magazine of pop culture, fashion, and politics published by Televisa Publishing. In 2008, it was the largest English language lifestyle magazine in the U.S. Hispanic market. The magazine was closed in 2010. History Founded in 1988, ''Hispanic'' had an ABC-audited circulation of 315,000, reaching upwardly mobile Hispanic professionals, corporate executives, entrepreneurs, opinion leaders, members of Hispanic organizations, and students. Hispanic's editorial focus was on lifestyle, culture, entertainment, business, career and politics, with upbeat, informative and timely stories. Contents The editorial breakdown of the magazine as of 2007 was 35% lifestyle, 25% entertainment, 15% culture, 15% general interest, 5% business, 3% calendar and 2% career. The pages of Hispanic consistently featured the most prominent Hispanic artists in the U.S. and beyond: such as Benicio del Toro, Andy García, Antonio Banderas, Perez Hilton, Ricky Martin, ...
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Spanish People
or * Aragonese and ca, espanyols ** ** * gl, españóis * oc, espanhòls , native_name_lang = , tablehdr = Diaspora , regions = 41,539,400 , flag = Flag of Spain.svg , flag_caption = ''Rojigualda'' (Current Constitutional Spanish flag) Spaniards, or Spanish people, are a Romance nation native to Spain. Within Spain, there are a number of National and regional ethnic identities that reflect the country's complex history and diverse cultures, including a number of different languages, among which Spanish is the majority language and the only one that is official throughout the whole country. Commonly spoken regional languages include, most notably, Basque (a Paleohispanic language), Catalan and Galician (the latter two are both Romance languages like Spanish). Many populations outside Spain have ancestors who emigrated from Spain and share elements of a Hispanic culture. The most notable of these comprise Hispanic America in the Western ...
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Hispanidad
''Hispanidad'' (, en, Hispanicity) is a term alluding to the group of people, countries, and communities that share the Spanish language and Hispanic culture. The term can have various, different implications and meanings depending on country of origin, socio-political views, and cultural background. Early use The term has been used in the early modern period and is in the by Alejo Venegas, printed in 1531, to mean "style of linguistic expression". It was used, with a similar meaning, in the 1803 edition of the ''Dictionary of the Spanish Royal Academy'' as a synonym of ''Hispanismo'' (Hispanism), which, in turn, was defined as "the peculiar speech of the Spanish language". Revival In the early 20th century, the term was revived, with several new meanings. Its reintroduction is attributed to Unamuno in 1909, who used the term again on 11 March 1910, in an article, ''La Argentinidad'', published in a newspaper in Argentina, ''La Nación''. He compared the term to other similar e ...
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Hispanophone
Hispanophone and Hispanic refers to anything relating to the speech of Spain (the ''Hispanosphere''). In a cultural, rather than merely linguistic sense, the notion of "Hispanophone" goes further than the above definition. The Hispanic culture is the legacy of the Spanish Empire, and so the term can refer to people whose cultural background is primarily associated with Spain, regardless of ethnic or geographical differences. The whole sense of identity of the Hispanic population and the Hispanophones is sometimes referred by the term ''Hispanidad'' (Hispanicity). They are also terms used to refer to speakers of the Spanish language and the Spanish-speaking world. The terms are derived from the Latin word ''Hispanicus'' ("Spanish") which refers to anything pertaining to the Roman province of Hispania ("Spain"). In addition to the general definition of Hispanophone, some groups in the Hispanic world make a distinction between Castilian-speaking, , or and Spanish-speaking, with the ...
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Hispania
Hispania ( ; ) was the Roman name for the Iberian Peninsula and its provinces. Under the Roman Republic, Hispania was divided into two provinces: Hispania Citerior and Hispania Ulterior. During the Principate, Hispania Ulterior was divided into two new provinces, Baetica and Lusitania, while Hispania Citerior was renamed Hispania Tarraconensis. Subsequently, the western part of Tarraconensis was split off, first as Hispania Nova, later renamed "Callaecia" (or Gallaecia, whence modern Galicia). From Diocletian's Tetrarchy (AD 284) onwards, the south of remaining Tarraconensis was again split off as Carthaginensis, and probably then too the Balearic Islands and all the resulting provinces formed one civil diocese under the ''vicarius'' for the Hispaniae (that is, the Celtic provinces). The name Hispania was also used in the period of Visigothic rule. The modern place names Spain and Hispaniola are both derived from ''Hispania''. Etymology The origin of the word ''Hispania'' is muc ...
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Hispanic America
Hispanic America (Spanish: ''Hispanoamérica'' or ''América Hispana'') (also known as Spanish America ( es, América española)) is the portion of the Americas comprising the Spanish-speaking countries of North, Central, and South America. In all of these countries, Spanish is the main language, sometimes sharing official status with one or more indigenous languages (such as Guaraní, Quechua, Aymara, or Mayan), or English (in Puerto Rico) and Roman Catholicism is the predominant religion. Hispanic America is sometimes grouped together with Brazil under the term "Ibero-America", meaning those countries in the Americas with cultural roots in the Iberian Peninsula. Hispanic America also contrasts with Latin America, which includes not only Hispanic America, but also Brazil (the former Portuguese America), as well as the former French colonies in the Western Hemisphere (areas that are now in either the United States of America or Canada are usually excluded). History The Spanish con ...
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Hispanic Americans
Hispanic and Latino Americans ( es, Americanos hispanos y latinos, pt, Americanos hispânicos e latinos) are Americans of Spanish or Latin American ancestry. More generally, these demographics include all Americans who identify as Hispanic or Latino (regardless of ancestry). As of 2018, the Census Bureau estimated that there were almost 60 million Hispanics living in the United States (about 18% of the overall population).Mark Hugo Lopez, Jens Manuel Krogstad and Jeffrey S. PasselWho Is Hispanic? Pew Research Center (November 11, 2019). "Origin" can be viewed as the ancestry, nationality group, lineage or country of birth of the person or the person's parents or ancestors before their arrival in the United States of America. People who identify as Spanish or Hispanic may be of any race. As one of the only two specifically designated categories of ethnicity in the United States (the other being "Not Hispanic or Latino"), Hispanics form a pan-ethnicity incorporating a diversity of ...
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Hispanic Culture In The Philippines
The Spanish influence on Filipino culture has been profound, having originated from the Spanish East Indies The Spanish East Indies ( es , Indias orientales españolas ; fil, Silangang Indiyas ng Espanya) were the overseas territories of the Spanish Empire in Asia and Oceania from 1565 to 1901, governed from Manila in the Spanish Philippines. The territo .... A variety of aspects of the customs and traditions in the Philippines The Philippines (; fil, Pilipinas or ''Filipinas'' ), officially the Republic of the Philippines ( fil, Republika ng Pilipinas), * bik, Republika kan Filipinas * ceb, Republika sa Pilipinas * cbk, República de Filipinas * hil, Republika sang ... today can be traced back to this influence. Background Spanish settlement in the Philippines first took place in the 1500s, during the Spanish colonial period of the islands. The conquistador Miguel López de Legazpi Miguel López de Legazpi (; c. 1502 – August 20, 1572), also known as ...
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Hispano (other)
''Hispano'' or ''Hispanic'' refers to something or someone from Spain or a Spanish-speaking country. Hispano or Hispanos may also refer to: * Hispanos, descendants of Spanish settlers in the Southwestern United States ** Hispanos of New Mexico * Hispano FC, a Honduran football team *Los Hispanos (Colombian band) *Los Hispanos (quartet), a Puerto Rican vocal quartet * Tata Hispano, a Spanish manufacturer of bus and coach bodies * Hispano-Suiza, a Spanish automotive-engineering company and aviation component manufacturer See also * * Hispanic (other) {{disambig ...
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