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.

Nearby words

  1. barrett, elizabeth,
  2. barrette,
  3. barretter,
  4. barriada,
  5. barricade,
  6. barrie,
  7. barrie, j. m.,
  8. barrier,
  9. barrier beach,
  10. barrier cream

Origin of barricado

1580–90; a pseudo-Spanish form of barricade

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