Definition of callejón
: the narrow passageway between the shoulder-high barrier around a bullring and the wall of the grandstand
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Origin and Etymology of callejón
Spanish, literally, narrow lane, narrow pass, augmentative of calleja small street, lane, diminutive of calle street, from Latin callis path
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