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mix between an Indian + white = mameluco

Mameluco was used to refer to organized bands of Portuguese slave-hunters, also known as bandeirantes, who roamed the interior of South America from the Atlantic to the foothills of the Andes, and from Paraguay to the Orinoco river, invading Guarani-occupied areas in search of slaves.

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That frigging mameluco stole my girl.

by rrutia September 22, 2008

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