enramada

noun
en·​ra·​ma·​da | \ ˌenrəˈmädə\
plural -s

Definition of enramada

Southwest
: a roofed open-sided shelter often used for dances

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History and Etymology for enramada

Spanish, from feminine of enramado, past participle of enramar to roof with branches, from en- (from Latin in- in- entry 2) + ramo branch, from Latin ramus

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