Numerology information Desperado:

numerologyName Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice


Definition funny of Desperado:

urbanoutlaw. Current literature indicates that desperado is derived from the spanish term desesperado which means a person with no hope. The term comes from esperanza which means hope. Adding “des” to the front makes it an antonym. Changing the ending “anza” to “ado” makes it an adjective and desesperado means a person with no hope. While this may be logical, it intuitively does not seem to fit well. I sounds like an Ivy league researcher explanation. I spoke with Native American oral historian and their oral history says that the term evolved in this fashion: Spain created the Camino Real from Mexico to Santa Fe, New Mexico, in 1598. Camino Real literally means “Royal Road”. As such the road is protected by garrisons at intervals along the road. Spanish law levied a toll to travelers on the Camino Real in order to pay for these soldiers. The soldiers would stop the travelers and demand the toll be paid for them to continue on. In spanish “to stop” is “parar”. And as above “desparado” is a person that was not stopped. According to their oral history, the term desparado, described travelers that did not want to pay a toll and circled, off the road, around the military posts. The term became associated with “scofflaws”, people that openly disrespect the law. When the Americans immigrated into the area they modified the language of the region to suite. Words like “la reata” in Spanish became “lariat” and desparado became desperado. To me this explanation makes a better fit, desparado meaning law breaker is a better fit than desesperado a “a person with no hope”.

urbanDesperados have been depicted in Western literature and film for decades. The movie Desperado is about a cowboy character running from the law. Which is appropriate for a person that shot the sheriff. He is a desperado, an outlaw. The Eagles song Desperados has lyrics describing a cowboy wandering the range "out mending fences". This is not appropriate. Desperados are not necessarily cowboys. I thing the Eagles missed the target to this one.

urbana desperate criminal, so says the real one,

urbansomebody who lives their life alone, but is desperate to be loved.

urbanA desperado is a kind of joint. When someone runs out of weed, with little hope of weed in the immediate future, they may opt to roll and smoke a desperado, which is a joint made up of all the joint-ends in the ashtray, the scrapings-out of all the weed baggies lying around, and pretty much all the weed from everywhere that there might be weed. It's never really worth it - it's normally completely minging, and it can be a bit of an effort finishing off a desperado because it is the pinnacle of horrible. It might get you a tiny bit stoned, but you'll probably be so miserable after smoking something so horrible that you'll want to die. Actually, fuck it. It's always worth it.

urbanDear Diary, It's been eighteen hours since I ran out of weed. I've been in a cold sweat for forteen of them, and I've already clawed out my left eye. The only thing I can think of doing is smoking a desperado, although it'll make my fingers smell, half of it will be ash, and I probably wont get stoned at all. But at least it's something to do! I'm sinking deeper and deeper into withdrawal. I NEED A DESPERADO NOW. Signing off, John Major.

urbanA male who, by virtue of the sheer volume of girls he flirts with, is able to hook up often. However, because of his lax standards, these invariably end up in the 1-5 range.


Songs about Desperado:

songsDesperado by Diana Krall from the Album Wallflower (Deluxe Edition)

songsDesperado by Eagles from the Album The Very Best Of The Eagles (Remastered)

songsDesperado by Eagles from the Album Desperado (Remastered)

songsDesperado by Linda Ronstadt from the Album Don't Cry Now

songsDesperado by Eagles from the Album Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 (Remastered)

songsDesperados Under The Eaves by Warren Zevon from the Album The Best Of Warren Zevon (US Release)

songsDesperado by 70s Music Guitar Duo from the Album 70s Music - Greatest Classics, Hits & Love Songs from the Seventies


Books about Desperado:

booksDesperado by Sara Barnard (Mar 17, 2014)

booksDesperado by Diana Palmer (Jan 19, 2010)

booksDesperado by B.J. Daniels (Jun 14, 2011)

booksDesperado by Rebecca Brandewyne (1992)

booksDesperados: Latin Druglords, U.S. Lawmen, and the War America Can't Win by Elaine Shannon (Oct 18, 1988)

booksDesperado Who Stole Baseball by John H. Ritter (Mar 4, 2010)

booksDesperado: A Mile High Noir by Manuel Ramos (Mar 30, 2013)


Movies about Desperado:

moviesMy Dear Desperado (English Subtitled) 2012 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 46 mins Starring: Yu-mi Jeong, Joong-Hoon Park, et al. Directed by: Kwang-shik Kim

moviesDesperado (1995) 2006 R CC - Runtime: 1 hr 45 mins Starring: Antonio Banderas, Joaquim De Almeida, et al. Directed by: Robert Rodriguez

moviesEl Mariachi / Desperado 1995 R - Runtime: 3 hrs 10 mins

moviesRobert Rodriguez Mexico Trilogy 1995 R - Runtime: 4 hrs 46 mins Starring: Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, et al. Directed by: Robert Rodriguez

moviesDesperado 1995 R - Runtime: 1 hr 44 mins Starring: Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, et al. Directed by: Robert Rodriguez

moviesThe Desperados (1969) 2008 R CC - Runtime: 1 hr 31 mins Starring: Vince Edwards, Jack Palance, et al. Directed by: Henry Levin

moviesEl Mariachi / Desperado 1995 R - Runtime: 3 hrs 4 mins Starring: Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, et al. Directed by: Robert Rodriguez


Wiki information Desperado:

Crime Fiction Film, Ranked item, Award-Nominated Work, Film

Desperado is a 1995 American action film written, produced and directed by Robert Rodriguez. A sequel to the 1992 film El Mariachi, it is the second installment in Rodriguez's Mexico Trilogy. The film stars Antonio Banderas as the mariachi who seeks...

Composition, Cataloged instance

"Desperado" is a soft rock song by the Eagles, an American rock band, written by group members Glenn Frey and Don Henley. It first appeared on the 1973 album Desperado, and has later appeared on numerous compilation albums although it was not a...