noun, plural A·ran·das, (especially collectively) A·ran·da for 1.
Examples from the Web for aranda
Aranda and his pretty niece were certainly persons of considerable means.The Secrets of Potsdam|William Le Queux
In 1750 Count Aranda passed the pottery works on to a private company, in whose hands they remained until 1766.The Industrial Arts in Spain|Juan F. Riao
Finally, the oracle ordered her to prepare to start in three days, and to take Aranda with her.
I called on the Count of Aranda, who kept me waiting for a quarter of an hour, and then came in with some papers in his hand.
For a long time after it he remained at Aranjuez, leaving the government in the hands of his minister Aranda.