Definition of estufa
: an assembly room or council chamber of a Pueblo Indian dwelling in which a sacred fire is kept burning
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Origin and Etymology of estufa
Spanish, literally, stove, warm room, from estufar to heat an apartment, from (assumed) Vulgar Latin extufare to heat by steam — more at stove
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