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How to use castellano in a sentence. Castellano pronunciation.

And there they found one man who had on his nose a piece of gold which was like half a castellano, on which there were cut letters.
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A castellano was a piece of gold, money, weighing about one-sixth of an ounce.
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Castellanos mentions a case of recovery from punctured wound of the kidney by a knife that penetrated the tubular and cortical substance, and entered the pelvis of the organ.
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But Oviedo records several lumps of gold of considerable size: one was Bobadilla's lump, found, during his government, at Bonne Aventure, which was worth thirty-six hundred _castellanos_, or $19,153.
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This affair occurred at the bridge Castellanos, a spot notorious for robbery and murder, and well adapted for both, for it stands at the bottom of a deep dell surrounded by wild desolate hills.
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He gives its weight as 3600 castellanos, equivalent to thirty-five pounds.
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This pound is called a _marc_ in Spanish, and is composed of fifty gold pieces, called castellanos.
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The weight of each castellano, a Castilian coin, is called a peso, and the entire sum, therefore, amounted to fifteen thousand castellanos.
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The castellano is a coin somewhat inferior to one thirtieth of a pound, but its value exceeds that of a golden ducat.
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Nevertheless seven thousand castellanos of gold were picked up in the deserted houses, besides several canoes, about a hundred bows and parcels of arrows, all the furniture, and two native barques or uru.
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The better to demonstrate their desire for peace, the natives made them beautiful presents, consisting of a quantity of gold, equal in weight to three thousand of the kind of coins we have said are called castellanos, and in vulgar language pesos; also a wooden tub full of precious incense, weighing about twenty-six hundred pounds, at eight ounces to the pound.
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Some of them combined to buy an emaciated, starving dog, paying its owner a number of golden pesos or castellanos.
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A number of his companions came with their bowls to share the soup made from that skin, each offering a castellano of gold for a spoonful of soup.
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A Castilian who caught two toads cooked them, and a man who was ill bought them for food, paying two shirts of linen and spun gold which were worth quite six castellanos.
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They shook hands and embraced and exchanged numerous presents, Poncha giving about one hundred and ten pesos of gold valued at a castellano each; this was not a large amount, but he had been robbed the preceding year, as we have above related.
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I have already said in my First Decade, addressed to Your Holiness, that a peso was worth a castellano of gold.
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This is known from the fact that the royal fifth produces eighty, ninety, or a hundred thousand castellanos of gold, and sometimes even more.
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It is claimed that mines, richer than those of Hispaniola, have been found in Cuba and at the present writing it is asserted that gold to the value of one hundred and eighty thousand castellanos has been obtained there and converted into ingots; certainly a positive proof of opulence.
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It was sold at auction and bought at Darien for twelve thousand castellanos of gold, ending in the hands of the governor, Pedro Arias.
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This chieftain gave them six thousand castellanos of gold, partly in ingots and partly worked; amongst the former was one which weighed two castellanos, proving that gold exists in abundance in this region.
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Examples of Castellano

Example #1
A castellano was a piece of gold, money, weighing about one-sixth of an ounce.
Example #2
And there they had dogs.
Example #3
He continued towards the northwest, then turned his course to the east-southeast, east and southeast.
Example #4
The weather being thick and heavy, and "threatening immediate rain.
Example #5
The Ephemerides contains the account of a dissection in which the stomach was found wanting, and also speaks of two instances of duplex stomach.
Example #6
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