- a bay, inlet, or other narrow or shallow body of water (often used in placenames).
Origin of laguna
< Spanish or Italian; see lagoon
- a Pueblo Indian people of west-central New Mexico.
- the Keresan dialect spoken by the Laguna.
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Examples from the Web for laguna
I watched Laguna Beach, and both of its subsidiaries—The Hills and The City—religiously.Living Like ‘The Hills’: Kristin Cavallari, Lauren Conrad, and the Phenomenon of Our Current ‘Tastemakers’
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On your way back across the lake, stop at the Laguna Lodge for lunch with unparalleled views.There Are Bugs in Your Coffee and Other Things I Learned in Antigua, Guatemala
January 10, 2014
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With almost 1,200 patients, Laguna Honda Hospital was originally the San Francisco Almshouse, and in a way it still is.Obamacare’s Overambition: Dr. Victoria Sweet Reads the Law
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She had decided that they would devote that day to wave-beaten Laguna.Her Father's Daughter
Tristan was further directed to wait an answer from Riobamba at Laguna.Perils and Captivity
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It is plentiful, especially in the district of Laguna de Bay.The Philippine Islands
Afterward he would cross the Laguna going to the Lido, where his stables were.My Recollections of Lord Byron
And there were many others which duplicated or exceeded the performance of Laguna.My Adventures with Your Money
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