quemadero

noun
que·ma·de·ro | \ˌkāməˈde(ˌ)rō\
plural -s

Definition of quemadero 

: a place of execution by burning

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History and Etymology for quemadero

Spanish, from quemado (past participle of quemar to burn, from—assumed—Vulgar Latin caimare, alteration—perhaps influenced by Greek kaiein to burn—of Latin cremare to burn up) + -ero -ary (from Latin -arius)

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