barricado

[bar-i-key-doh]Archaic.
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noun, plural bar·ri·ca·does, bar·ri·ca·dos.

a barricade.

verb (used with object), bar·ri·ca·doed, bar·ri·ca·do·ing.

to barricade.

Origin of barricado

1580–90; a pseudo-Spanish form of barricade
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