Spanish Loanwords | O

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an ornament, often in a church
(a loanword from Spanish)

a Spanish surname; e.g. the name of a Doctor (probably a high court justice) in sixteenth-century New Spain (a loanword from Spanish)

a chest where the "hosts" are kept in the church, referring to crackers (symbolizing Christ's body) consumed in communion (see Molina; partly a loanword from Spanish, ostia, host)

(a loanword from Spanish)