noun, plural al·cai·des [al-kahy-deez; Spanish ahl-kahy-thes]. /ælˈkaɪ diz; Spanish ɑlˈkaɪ ðɛs/. (in Spain, Portugal, Southwestern U.S., etc.)
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Example sentences from the Web for alcaide
Senhor, I exclaimed, you remind me of the Alcaide of Montijo, who hesitated to approach his mother-in-law until she was gloved.
They got another alcaide as much like the other as possible, excepting that he was not a borracho.
The two older towers which contained, one the chimes and the other the dwelling of the Alcaide, have quite disappeared.Cathedrals of Spain|John A. (John Allyne) Gade
Perdonadme, seores, deca el pobre alcaide; y yo no os ocultar nada, siquiera sea en contra mia.Legends, Tales and Poems|Gustavo Adolfo Becquer
On landing, the captain-major was received by the alcaide, with whom were many men, armed and unarmed.