noun, plural ca·si·tas [kuh-see-tuhz; Spanish kah-see-tahs]. /kəˈsi təz; Spanish kɑˈsi tɑs/.
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But Dan Anderson was not there, neither was he to be found at his casita across the arroyo.
We started to take these pack trains home, going northward through Sonora, but when near Casita, Mexican troops overtook us.Geronimo's Story of His Life|Geronimo
The light in his own casita flickered briefly and then vanished.