noun so·la·no \səˈlä(ˌ)nō\

Definition of solano



  1. :  a hot oppressive east wind of the Mediterranean region and especially of the eastern coast of Spain; also :  a cloudy rain-bringing wind of the same locality and direction

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Origin and Etymology of solano

Spanish, from Latin solanus, from sol sun + -anus -an — more at solar

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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