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ramada (n.)

"arbor, porch," 1869, in the U.S. West, from American Spanish ramada "tent, shelter," from Spanish ramada "an arbor," from rama "branch," from Vulgar Latin *rama, collective of Latin ramus "branch" (from PIE root *wrād- "branch, root").

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