A kick ass female soldier who bravely fought during the Mexican Revolution. In order to gain rank, women like María Quinteras de Meras had to disguise themselves as men, like in that Mulan cartoon. The term is derived from the Spanish word soldada which denotes a payment made to the person who provided for soldier's.
Properly spelled: Ingénue. In the age of innocence, she represents a beautifully sweet and virginal character. Old school actress, Mary Pickford (Pictured), portrayed the virtuous girl next door in a number of ingénue roles.
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