Definition of camino real
caminos reales\-nō(s)rāˈä(ˌ)lās\ or
: a main highway; especially : a highway originally existing during the period of Spanish rule in the Southwest, Mexico, and Central America wagons will not travel along that camino real beyond Vao Colorao — Oliver La Farge
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Origin and Etymology of camino real
Spanish, highway, literally, royal road
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