noun mir·a·dor \ˈmir-ə-ˌdr, ˌmir-ə-ˈ\

Definition of MIRADOR

:  a turret, window, or balcony designed to command an extensive outlook

Origin of MIRADOR

Spanish, from Catalan, from mirar to look at, from Latin mirari
First Known Use: 1797


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