Andalusian

Andalusian
Andalusian [an΄də lo͞o′zhən, an΄də lo͞o′shən; an΄də lo͞ozhē ən, an΄də lo͞o′shē ən]
adj.
of Andalusia or its people, language, or culture
n.
1. a person born or living in Andalusia
2. the variety of Spanish spoken in Andalusia

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