camino real

[ kah-mee-naw re-ahl ]


, Spanish.
, plural ca·mi·nos re·a·les [kah-, mee, -naws , r, e-, ah, -les].
  1. a main road; highway.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of camino real1

Literally, “royal road”

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Example Sentences

The queso at Trigger in Portland or El Camino Real in Philadelphia.

Near this lone bell another road, an offspring of old El Camino Real, runs quickly from its gray and patient sire.

I knowed of the old El Camino Real and the bells, so we kept our eye peeled for that particular dream road, kind of for fun.

Before him stretched the hot gray level of El Camino Real, the road to the beyond.

The next day we followed for some time the camino real, which leads from Acaponeta to the towns of Mezquital and Durango.

The expedition followed practically the route which afterwards became the Camino Real.


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