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dorado

noun do·ra·do \də-ˈrä-(ˌ)dō\

Definition of DORADO

:  mahimahi

Origin of DORADO

Spanish, from past participle of dorar to gild, from Latin deaurare, from de- + aurum gold — more at aureus
First Known Use: 1604

Dorado

geographical name Do·ra·do \dō-ˈrä-thō\

Definition of DORADO

city N Puerto Rico pop 38,165

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