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alameda

[ al-uh-mey-duh ]
/ ˌæl əˈmeɪ də /
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noun

Chiefly Southwestern U.S. a public walk shaded with trees.
(in Latin America) a boulevard, park, or public garden having such a walk.

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Origin of alameda

First recorded in 1790–1800; from Spanish, equivalent to álam(o) “poplar” + -eda, from Latin -ētum suffix denoting a grove or stand of trees; see alamo

Definition for alameda (2 of 2)

Alameda
[ al-uh-mee-duh, -mey- ]
/ ˌæl əˈmi də, -ˈmeɪ- /

noun

a city in western California.
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British Dictionary definitions for alameda

alameda
/ (ˌæləˈmeɪdə) /

noun

mainly Southwestern US a public walk or promenade lined with trees, often poplars
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