Origin of pagoda
OTHER WORDS FROM pagodapa·go·da·like, adjectivesub·pa·go·da, noun
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How to use pagoda in a sentence
I was informed that this pagoda was formerly one of the most celebrated in China, but it has long ceased to be used.
The villages we visited, resembled more or less, that we had seen near the Half-way Pagoda.
The Herren Pagoda has three stories, with a pointed roof, and is distinguished for its external sculpture.
A single pagoda, five stories high, reminded us of the peculiar character of Chinese architecture.
But a man can go over to the Pagoda, and tell 'em 'All things are one,' and get three hundred identical opinions to agree with.The Belted Seas|Arthur Colton
British Dictionary definitions for pagoda
Word Origin for pagoda
Cultural definitions for pagoda
A tower with several different stories, each of which has its own roof. Pagodas are common in eastern Asia and originally served religious purposes as memorials or shrines.