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Date: 1800-1900
Language: American Spanish
Origin: pinto 'marked with spots', from Vulgar Latin pinctus 'painted'

pinto

noun
     
Related topics: Animals
pin‧to plural pintos [countable]
American EnglishHBA a horse with irregular patterns of two or more colours [= piebald British English]

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