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Castellano (English: Castilian) can refer to the Romance language that originated in Castile, and is spoken in Spain and much of the Americas; it is usually called Spanish in English.

It can also mean, in Spanish, from Castile (Castile is a region in Spain), or it can be a Spanish and Italian word meaning from the castle. There could be other references: