noun, plural car·bo·na·dos, car·bo·na·does.
Origin of carbonado1
noun, plural car·bo·na·does, car·bo·na·dos.
verb (used with object), car·bo·na·doed, car·bo·na·do·ing.
Origin of carbonado2
Examples from the Web for carbonado
Historical Examples of carbonado
The pack train was then taken back to near Carbonado for pasture.
The rocks from Carbonado to Carbon River crossing are coal bearing.
One is called the Carbonado mines, which are on the Carbon River.A Report on Washington Territory
William Henry Ruffner
No man in England durst say so much—I would flay him, carbonado him!The Adventures of Roderick Random
Im thinking of saving my money and investing myself in Carbonado stock!Out of the Air
Inez Haynes Irwin