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Spanish Word of the Day: Baranda

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Baranda

La casa andaluza

Spanish Vocabulary Builder 7/10/2002
Word: Baranda
(ba-RAN-da), sustantivo femenino
English: banister
Etymology: Del latín vara
Meaning: Antepecho compuesto de balaustres de madera, hierro, bronce u otra materia, y de los barandales que los sujetan: sirve comúnmente para los balcones, pasamanos de escaleras y división de piezas.
Topic:La casa andaluza
Example:

Ella sigue en su baranda,
verde carne, pelo verde,
soñando en la mar amarga.

Federico García Lorca, Romance sonámbulo

Pronunciation: