- a house.
Origin of casa
1835–45, Americanism; < Spanish < Latin: hut, cabin
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Examples from the Web for casa
Casa Bruja is a diamond in the rough, a refuge among all this bedlam.
Light amber in color with a subtle sour finish, Fula is one of Casa Bruja's best sellers.
I order a $4.00 glass of Casa Bruja's award-winning Chivoperro IPA.
De Mena offers me a glass of Sir Francis Drake, Casa Bruja's red ale.
But Pragnell is hoping Casa Bruja will sidestep the trend's downturn.
If death had really come into the Casa del Mare that night with the death-charm!
And perhaps he would see the new occupant of the Casa del Mare.
He saw Hermione in her room in the Casa del Mare that night, after she knew.
She made it—the woman who wronged you made it to bring death into the Casa del Mare.
Artois was satisfied that the members of the Casa del Mare were in bed.