Spanglish (1958); Hasta la vista (1875)
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A type of Spanish contaminated by English words and forms of expression, spoken in Latin America.
[1954 S. TÍO A. Fuego Lento 62 Esta lengua nueva se llamará el ‘Espanglish’. La etimología es clara. Viene de español y de english.] 1967 Time 7 Apr. 12 A historical pageant known as a ‘Texas Fandangle’border~country Spanglish for fandango, the frenetic Mexican dance. 1972 Daily Tel. 28 Nov. 13/8 Argentina is not alone in falling victim to ‘Spanglish’. Chilean housewives who have problems with the plumbing call for el gasfitter. 1974 Amer. Speech 1970 XLV. 230 Spanglish may be characterized as a gradual relexification of Puerto Rican Spanish through borrowings, adaptations, and innovations. 1976 M. MILLAR Ask for me Tomorrow (1977) vi. 43 A mixture of Spanish and English slang sometimes called Spanglish.
Main Entry: Span·glish Pronunciation Guide
Pronunciation: spa-glish, -lish
Etymology: blend of Spanish and English
I thought that the LOS ANGELES TIMES would have this. It does, but there's only one citation so far.
No "No way, Jose."
(PROQUEST HISTORICAL NEWSPAPERS)
CITYSIDE with GENE SHERMAN
Los Angeles Times (1886-Current File). Los Angeles, Calif.: Jan 3, 1958. p. 2 (1 page):
You know the rest of the story and there's enough of Mr. Jeannette's Spanglish to carry it on.
Notes on Mexico: Habla Spanglish?
By Karl E. Meyer. The Washington Post, Times Herald (1959-1973). Washington, D.C.: Nov 10, 1964. p. A16 (1 page)
Spanglish: Language Contact in Puerto Rico
American Speech, Vol. 45, No. 3/4. (Autumn - Winter, 1970), pp. 223-233.
HASTA LA VISTA (BABY)
The governor of California asked me about this.
hasta la vista
Goodbye, au revoir (used chiefly in Spanish contexts).
1935 C. MORLEY (title) Hasta la vista, or, A postcard from Peru. 1940 A. HUXLEY Let. 5 Jan. (1969) 449 Well, bless you both. Give our loves to the love-worthy. Hasta la vista. 1967 C. ARMSTRONG Gift Shop ix. 76 Dorinda had bade him a gay hasta la vista in Copenhagen and gone off. 1967 K. GILES Death in Diamonds ix. 168 ‘Come and stay with us...’ ‘I hope to. Hasta la vista.’
(PROQUEST HISTORICAL NEWSPAPERS)
A MEMORABLE DATE.
The Los Angeles Times (1886-Current File). Sep 4, 1898. p. A11 (1 page):
History has closed a book. On the last page stands written "Adios Espana." The lady vacates this section of the planet for good, for her good, for ours, for the good of all concerned, and good riddance. The Caribbean watches her departure mutely. From the ripple of the waters not a hasta la vista ascends. In the torrential sky there is not a tear. It is the end, the farewell, one parenthetically rather abrupt,...
(AMERICAN PERIODICAL SERIES)
1. A MIDDY IN MANILA.
Scribner's Monthly (1870-1881). New York: Aug 1875. Vol. VOL. X., Iss. No. 4.; p. 418 (10 pages)
(Second to last page. Reprinted as the fifth citation here, below--ed.)
2. Modes of Salutation.; Interchanging Courtesies. Yankee Blade
Current Literature (1888-1912). New York: Sep 1894. Vol. VOL.XVI., Iss. NO.3; p. 271 (2 pages)
Second page: A Spaniard, "Buenos dias! Adios! Hasta la vista!"
3. Article 1 -- No Title; WHAT ENDURES? LOVE AND FAITH. TRAVELLERS.
London Tit-Bits. Lippincott's Monthly Magazine (1886-1915). Philadelphia: Nov 1894. p. 728 (12 pages)
(First page. Same as citation above--ed.)
4. AN ACTOR, A CRITIC, AND A CHALLENGE
By JULES CLARETIE.. Current Literature (1888-1912). New York: Aug 1897. Vol. VOL. XXII.,, Iss. No.2; p. 148 (4 pages)
Third page: "And if you undertake to play cunning, I will haul you out of your chair at some first performance, and drag you on to the stage with the weapon of the Gaucho, the mountebank, and the clown! Hasta la vista, senor."
5. IN LIGHTER VEIN; A MIDDY IN MANILA.
Century Illustrated Magazine (1881-1906). New York: Aug 1898. Vol. VOL. LVI., Iss. No. 4.; p. 634 (7 pages)
Last page: After leaving the houses, the young ladies would run to the front windows as we drove off, open the lattice a moment, wave their hands, and shout, "_Adios!_" or, _Hasta la vista!_" and then close the Venetian with a snap.
Delphos Daily Herald - 12/14/1894
...Addlo A A Spaniard, dias: Adios HASTA LA VISTA T' French, rovoirr The Turk folds.....of Interest in the tea-growingexperiments LA South Carolina and Florida, Dominant Races.....of cold there than on the back of the THERE LA more occasion than deTor advice..
Delphos, Ohio Friday, December 14, 1894 988 k
Portsmouth Herald - 5/23/1900
...to their fort with many a wish of "HASTA LA VISTA." Now York Sun. PriKhtcn Snn Sim..
Portsmouth, New Hampshire Wednesday, May 23, 1900 928 k
Indiana County Gazette - 12/27/1893
...A A Spaniard, "Buenos dias Adios HASTA LA VISTA (French. "Au The Turk folds his arms.....Esub'd1861. 22 Sixth St.. PITTSBUBO, PA. LA Grippe IS HERE. You can be Cured Free of..
Indiana, Pennsylvania Wednesday, December 27, 1893 722 k
Arnold, Edwin, Sir, 1832-1904 [Author Page]
"SAYONARA." 3Kb , [from Potiphar's Wife (1892)] [URL for this text]
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...as they of Spain, " Hasta la vista! "---"Till we meet...
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