noun, plural ca·bil·dos [kah-veel-th aws; English kuh-bil-dohz] /kɑˈvil ðɔs; English kəˈbɪl doʊz/. Spanish.
Examples from the Web for cabildo
A Gegence ya pachige muyule tigita tin sapatetas lichuas consolar mo Cabildo Real.The Gegence; A Comedy Ballet in the Nahuatl-Spanish Dialect of Nicaragua|Daniel G. Brinton
I also ordered the construction of cabildo buildings in stone, where there had been none before.The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898|E. H. Blair
They entered the cabildo, the doors of which were guarded by a detachment of Dark-Hearts.The Adventurers|Gustave Aimard
Originally the Cabildo was two stories in height, with a flat roof; the mansard roof was added in 1851.Historic Shrines of America|John T. (John Thomson) Faris
After this success, General Liniers repaired to the tower of the Cabildo, and looked forth around him.Ponce de Leon|William Pilling