Definition of espada in English:

espada

Line breaks: es¦pada
Pronunciation: /ɛˈspɑːdə/

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noun (plural same)

A scabbardfish, especially as caught for food in Madeira and elsewhere.

Origin

via Portuguese from Spanish, from Latin spatha 'sword'.

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