barricado

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noun bar·ri·ca·do \ ˌber-ə-ˈkā-(ˌ)dō , ˌba-rə- \

Definition of barricado

plural barricadoes
archaic

barricado

transitive verb, archaic

Origin and Etymology of barricado

borrowed from Medieval French barricade 2barricade, with suffix conformed to -ado, Spanish equivalent of -ade frequently used in 16th-century English


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