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  1. an arbour or porch
  • 1992: They sat in the shade of the pole and brush ramada in front of the place and sipped their drinks and looked out at the desolate stillness of the little crossroads at noon. " Cormac McCarthy?, All the Pretty Horses
    1. an arbour or porch
  • 1909: (footnote) A sort of rude awning made of brush and supported by cottonwood poles. - Martha Summerhayes, Vanished Arizona
  • Etymology: From Spanish ramadaSpanish, ramada.

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