noun, plural po·sa·das [poh-sah-duh z; Spanish paw-sah-th ahs] /poʊˈsɑ dəz; Spanish pɔˈsɑ ðɑs/.
Origin of posada
Examples from the Web for posadas
Historical Examples of posadas
The third section of the river stretches from Corrientes to Posadas, and beyond.
Posadas is its chief station, and protects its southern outlet.
At Posadas the rafts are taken to pieces, and the trunks are delivered to the saw-mills.
As for the Posadas, we are evidently not to be initiated into their mysteries.Diplomatic Days
The hiring at Posadas is done according to a traditional custom that does not seem to have changed for more than a century.
noun plural -das (-ðas)
Word Origin for posada
"inn," 1763, from Spanish posada "home, lodging," from posar "to repose, rest, lodge," from Latin pausare (see pause (v.)).