Origin of cabana
Examples from the Web for cabana
Lip quivering but head held with a quiet proud demeanor, she turned toward the cabana wherein the American lay.
And what poor serrano can provision his good wife and his cabana full of lusty brats by hunting the Spanish ibex?
He went from cabana to choza outside, bringing brandy and nutritive food to the convalescing.
There Felicidad is staying in the cabana of my mother, and to there I shall be glad to guide you.
Guided and aided by the matador, Carson stumbled down the uneven street toward Quesada's cabana.
British Dictionary definitions for cabana
Word Origin for cabana
Word Origin and History for cabana
1898, western U.S., from American Spanish cognate of cabin (q.v.).