However, it would make better sense to go for the date when Latin spoken there began to diverge from Latin spoken elsewhere. I'd would be very skeptical of any date before 150BC, and that would be for a distant forerunner, not really Spanish.AnswerThe language was formed some time after the Moors settled in, so after 700 A.D. They were conquered by 1492 and after that they (Spaniards) began traveling into the New World spreading their language which was pretty much "Spanish" as we know it. Be aware that various regions have their own dialect as well as their own languages. AnswerWhen Spain was liberated from the Moors, the two kingdoms that headed the "Reconquista" (Re-conquering) of Spain were Castilla, the strongest kingdom, and Aragon. The language of Castilla was the Castilian, now called Spanish, because all Spain was under the rule of Castilla after they conquered the New World and became the mightiest empire in the world at that time. After that, all Spain, beside the different languages spoken in other provinces, (Catalonia, Leon, Galicia, etc) , started to speak in Castilian or Spagnoli as it is also known, and spread in the conquered territories.
The Spanish language originated in Spain
Spanish language came from the latin language
Like many languages, Spanish originated from the Latin language.
SPANISH, THE WORD IS ESCUELA
Spain, hence the language's name ("SPANish")
Spanish mostly orginated from the Latin language. When the Spanish came to the Americas they picked up some words ROM the Natives.
The Spanish language originated in (believe it or not) Spain. It is an offshoot of Latin, just as all the other romance languages are.
The word tortilla is Spanish in origin.
"Los Angeles" is Spanish for "The Angels"
The word "chipotle" originates from the Spanish language.
It originate the culture how they speak, different things make them how they are.
The plant is a native of Central America and Mexico, the word in the Nahuatl language of the area is Tomatl, brought to Europe by the Spanish
originarse = to originate
What language does the word 'cotton' originate from?
The word Lasso comes from the Spanish word, lazo (which comes from the Latin, laqueus = snare)
Spanish. Spanish is a language.
1555, from Spanish 'hamaca', from Arawackan(Haiti) 'yukuna hamaca' possibly meaning "fish nets"
Either Portuguese or Spanish borrowing in the 1590s from the W. African Wolof language: banana.