barricado

noun
bar·​ri·​ca·​do | \ ˌber-ə-ˈkā-(ˌ)dō How to pronounce barricado (audio) , ˌba-rə-\
plural barricadoes

Definition of barricado

archaic

Other Words from barricado

barricado transitive verb, archaic

First Known Use of barricado

1598, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for barricado

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

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