desterado / des-terrado / #exile
Means exile in Ladino.
Before the Jews were desterados from Spain in 1492, they spoke a mix of Hebrew and Spanish, Judeo-Spanish that we now call Ladino.
Years later, cello virtuoso Pablo Casals was desterado from Spain to show his support of the Spanish Republican government, and vowed not to return to Spain after its defeat until democracy was restored. During his desterado years, it was the Jewish community around the world that sent Casals cellos, pianos, and all that he needed to encourage him to continue making music.