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acequia

[ uh-sey-kyuh; Spanish ah-se-kyah ]
/ əˈseɪ kyə; Spanish ɑˈsɛ kyɑ /
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noun, plural a·ce·quias [uh-sey-kyuhz; Spanish ah-se-kyahs]. /əˈseɪ kyəz; Spanish ɑˈsɛ kyɑs/. Southwestern U.S.
an irrigation ditch.
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Origin of acequia

1835–45, Americanism;<Spanish <Arabic al-sāqiyah the irrigation ditch
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