laguna

[ luh-goo-nuh ]
/ ləˈgu nə /

noun

a bay, inlet, or other narrow or shallow body of water (often used in placenames).

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Origin of laguna

<Spanish or Italian; see lagoon

Definition for laguna (2 of 2)

Laguna
[ luh-goo-nuh ]
/ ləˈgu nə /

noun, plural La·gu·nas, (especially collectively) La·gu·na for 1.

a Pueblo Indian people of west-central New Mexico.
the Keresan dialect spoken by the Laguna.
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