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  1. Alameda is a city in Alameda County, California, United States. It is located on Alameda Island and Bay Farm Island, and is adjacent to and west of Oakland and in eastern San Francisco Bay across from San Francisco and South San Francisco, in the San Francisco Bay Area. Bay Farm Island, a portion of which is also known as "Harbor Bay Isle", is not actually an island, and is part of the mainland adjacent to the Oakland International Airport. In 2014 the city had a total population of 75,467. Alameda is a charter city, rather than a general law city, allowing the city to provide for any form of government. Alameda became a charter city and adopted a council-manager government in 1916, which it retains to the present.
  2. Alameda is a town and municipality in the province of Málaga, part of the autonomous community of Andalusia in southern Spain. The municipality is situated approximately 85 km to the city of Málaga. It has a population of approximately 5,000 and the natives are called Alamedanos or Lametanos. It takes its name from the stream Álamos, which crosses the municipality. The Bandito "El Tempranillo" is buried here.
  3. Alameda Island is an island in the San Francisco Bay in California. It is south and west of, and adjacent to Oakland, and across the bay eastward from San Francisco. Located on the island is most of the city of Alameda, a city in Alameda County. The population was 73,812 as of 2010. Also located on the island is the Naval Air Station Alameda, a defunct naval air station. The island was originally a peninsula and a part of Oakland, and is now separated from the mainland by the Oakland Estuary. The island is connected to the Oakland mainland by three bridges: the Park Street Bridge, Fruitvale Bridge and High Street Bridge. The Posey and Webster Street tubes also connect Oakland to Alameda Island.
  4. Alameda is a town in southeastern Saskatchewan, Canada, approximately 50 km east of Estevan. The definition of Alameda in Spanish is "Avenue of Trees". Alameda had a population of 342 in the Canada Census of 2011.
  5. Alameda is a neighborhood in Portland, Oregon, United States that is located on the Alameda Ridge with views of Downtown, the Willamette River, and the Cascades. Northeast Fremont Street is the neighborhood’s main east-west thoroughfare and NE 33rd, its main north-south thoroughfare, makes up its eastern boundary. The neighborhood is adjacent to Wilshire Park, a 14.4-acre neighborhood park. The community’s side streets wind around the hill, past cottages and expansive Craftsman homes. Alameda is located between the business districts of Beaumont Village and the Hollywood District.
  6. Alameda is a station on the Green and Red Lines of the Lisbon Metro. The station is located on Avenida Almirante Reis at Alameda Dom Afonso Henriques, east of the Instituto Superior Técnico.
  7. The Alameda Station is a station on Line 2 of the Monterrey Metro. It is located in the intersection of Aramberri street and Cuauhtémoc Avenue in the Monterrey centre.
  8. Alameda is a RTD light rail station in Denver, Colorado, United States. Operating as part of the C, D, E, F and H Lines, the station was opened on October 8, 1994, and is operated by the Regional Transportation District.
  9. Alameda is a neighborhood within the City of Miami in Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States. It is located north of U.S. Route 41 and Coral Gables, and south of NW 7th Street, roughly between 22nd and 57th Avenues. It is also referred to as "West Flagler".
  10. Alameda a.k.a. Alameda, Idaho: Alameda was a city in Bannock County, Idaho, United States. Alameda was established as a village in 1924 at the consolidation of the villages of Fairview and North Pocatello which were platted on the northern boundary of the town of Pocatello in 1911 and 1914 respectively. New commercial and residential development in Alameda occurred in part as a result of its proximity to Pocatello and to a greater degree its location on the Yellowstone Highway, one of Idaho's first designated highways. By 1930 the village exceeded its predessor villages' 1920 population by 144%. In just under 40 years of history, the village became Idaho's 11th most populous City. It was consolidated with Pocatello in 1962 with the support of its mayor, George V. Hansen. Another nearby city, Chubbuck, opposed a similar merger and remained a separate municipality. Among its' other businesses, Alameda had four pharmacies: Grand Central Pharmacy, Poleline Drug, Alameda Pharmacy and Hiway Drug.
  11. Alameda a.k.a. Alameda, Kern County, California: Alameda is an unincorporated community in Kern County, California. It is located 9 miles south of Bakersfield, at an elevation of 331 feet.

There are other places with in their name, like Alameda Park, Alameda Museum, College of Alameda, Alameda de la Sagra, Alameda High School, La Alameda de Gardón, Torres de la Alameda, Santa María de la Alameda.


  1. Alameda were a Spanish Jazz fusion band active in the late 1970s and early 1980s, re-united in 1994.
    • members:
    • genres: Jazz fusion, Jazz
    • albums: "Aire cálido de Abril / Noche andaluza", "Alameda", "Dunas", "Ilusiones", "Misterioso manantial", "Concierto 20 aniversario", "Aires de la alameda", "Calle arriba", "Dos amores", "Amanecer en el puerto", "Aire cálido de abril", "Noche andaluza", "Al caer", "Sangre caliente"
  2. Alameda is the Portland-based five piece outfit founded by singer/guitarist Stirling Myles and cellist Jessie Dettwiler, joined by clarinetist Jennifer Woodall, guitarist Tim Grimes and drummer Barra Brown.

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  1. "Alameda" is a composition, cataloged instance.
  2. "Alameda" is a musical album of Alameda.
    • released in (37 years ago)


"Alameda" is a book by Eugenio Ealdama.


"Alameda" is a photography (gelatin silver print) by Bill Dane, taken in (43 years ago).

  • media: gelatin silver print


Alameda: Avenida Libertador General Bernardo O'Higgins, popularly known as La Alameda, is Santiago, Chile's main avenue. It runs east-west in the center of the greater urban area and is 7.77 km long, and it has up to 5 lanes in each direction.It was named after Chile's founding father Bernardo O'Higgins. It was originally a branch of the Mapocho River.

  • also known as Alameda del Libertador Bernardo O'Higgins

Phrases with Alameda

Phrases starting with the word Alameda:

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  3. Alameda County Thistle

Phrases ending with the word Alameda:

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  2. Glypta Alameda
  3. Kogotus alameda
  4. Hesperia Alameda
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  7. Archanara alameda
  8. Epermenia Alameda
  9. Atalopedes Alameda
  10. Baumanella Alameda
  11. Haplotrema alameda
  12. Baumannella alameda
  13. Rhamphomyia Alameda
  14. Bathyphantes alameda
  15. Species Perla Alameda
  16. Species Glypta Alameda
  17. species Kogotus alameda

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Google previewRough Guides Snapshot Chile: Santiago (2015)

by Rough Guides

Location is the main selling point of this hotel: it overlooks Cerro Santa Lucia, and the Alameda is a couple of blocks away. The building has an unusual modernist shape, and the small rooms could do with a freshenup, but overall it's a decent ...

Google previewbd. V-VI. Personal narrative. Particulars of a journey from Altamira to Catorce, by Robert Phillips. Account of the province of Texas, by General Wavel. Notes on the state of Sonora and Cinaloa, by Colonel Bourne. Annexed documents (1829)

by Henry George Ward

The Alameda is a pleasant and agreeable promenade, formed of avenues of poplars, with stone seats. There are two companies of volunteers, or militia, consisting of about two hundred men, commanded by Don Francisco Almado. Alamos is ...

Google previewThe Rough Guide to Chile (2015)

by Shafik Meghji, Anna Kaminski, Rosalba O'Brien

Location is the main selling point of this hotel: it overlooks Cerro Santa Lucia, and the Alameda is a couple of blocks away. The building has an unusual modernist shape, and the small rooms could do with a freshenup, but overall it's a decent ...

Google previewAt Last! My Memoirs (2004)

by George J. Spahn

Alameda is an island in San Francisco Bay separated from Oakland by an estuary, connected to Oakland by the Posey Tube. It was rumored that George Posey, the engineer who designed that traffic link to “the big city,” committed suicide over ...

Google previewDescriptive Travels in the Southern and Eastern Parts of Spain and the Balearic Isles, in the Year 1809 (1811)

by Sir John Carr

The Alameda is an agreeable, walk, but not much frequented. The markets are abundantly supplied with every necessary, and what in England would be called every luxury. Fish, fowls, game, and fruits are in great profusion. So cheap is living ...

Google previewThe American Monthly Magazine (1835)

The Alameda is a square, walled in and ornamented with trees and shrubs, and some attempts at fountains and statuary, and contains about four acres. The Paseo is a wide boulevard beyond it, flanking all that part of the town. Here some few ...

Google previewThe New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and Literature, for the Year ... (1812)

The Alameda is an agreeable walk, but not much frequented. The markets are abundantly supplied with every necessary, and what in England would be called every luxury. Fish, fowls, game, and fruits are in great profusion. So cheap is living ...

Google previewSelect Reviews of Literature, and Spirit of Foreign Magazines (1812)

by Enos Bronson

The Alameda is an agreeable walk, but not much frequented. The markets are abundantly supplied with every necessary, and what in England would be called every luxury. Fish, fowls, game, and fruits are in great profusion. So cheap is living ...

Google previewNaval Air Station, Alameda and Naval Supply Center, Oakland, U.S. Navy Military Construction Projects, Proposed New Dredging, San Francisco Bay (1990)

Environmental Impact Statement

NAS Alameda is a diverse, ...

Google previewRoute 1 and I-105 (El Segundo-Norwalk) Freeway-transitway (proposed), Los Angeles County (1978)

Environmental Impact Statement

Alameda is a principal industrial artery serving ...

Google previewSuccessful Aging and Adaptation with Chronic Diseases (2003)

by Betsy M. Sprouse, PhD, Sarah H. Gueldner, DSN, RN, FAAN, FGSA, FNAP, FAGHE, Leonard W. Poon, PhD, DPhil

Alameda is a large urban California county and includes the cities of Berkeley and Oakland as well as a number of smaller towns. In 1965, the population of Alameda County was representative of the larger population of the United States in ...

Google previewThe New Annual Register (1812)

Or General Repository of History, Politics, Arts, Sciences, and Literature

The Alameda is an agreeable walk, but not much frequented. The markets are abundantly supplied with every necessary, and what in England would be called every luxury. Fish, fowls, game, and fruits are in great a profusion. So cheap is ...

Google previewMexico Today: An Encyclopedia of Life in the Republic [2 volumes] (2012)

An Encyclopedia of Life in the Republic by Ana Paula Ambrosi, Silvia D. Zárate, Alex M. Saragoza

The Alameda is a more formal park and much more modest area in front of the Palacio de Bellas Artes, which was built during the Porfiriato (in 1904) as an opera house; it is a ponderously impressive marble structure, the work of an Italian ...

Google previewA Hand-Book for Travellers in Spain, and Readers at Home (2011)

Describing the Country and Cities, the Natives and Their Manners by Richard Ford

The Alameda is a villa erected on the road to Guadalajara by the late Duchess Countess of Osuna, at an enormous expense, and to produce an enormous failure. On the evenings of summer holidays the citizens venture outside the gate of ...

Google previewThe California Weekly (1908)

"Alameda is a bedroom for San Francisco business men," is a familiar definition of that city. And in political affairs, its citizens have, appropriately enough, long been asleep. Indifference toward the problems of municipal government has been ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Civil Liberties in America (2015)

by David Schultz, John R. Vile

Alameda Books, Inc., 535 U.S. 425 (2002), the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of a zoning ordinance prohibiting multiple adult entertainment businesses from operating in the same building. The primary issue on appeal was ...

Google previewThe New Partridge Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English (2015)

by Tom Dalzell, Terry Victor

¦ Dagoberto Fuentes and Jose Lopez, Barrio Language Dictionary, 1974 Alameda ...

Google previewElsevier's Dictionary of Reptiles (2004)

by Murray Wrobel

California Striped Racer d Streifenzornnatter f Serpent-fouet agile 5420 Masticophis lateralis euryxanthus Squamata - Colubridae e Alameda Striped Racer; Alameda Whip Snake d Alameda-Peitschenschlange Masticophis lateralis lateralis ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Aging (2013)

A Comprehensive Resource in Gerontology and Geriatrics by George L. Maddox

ZABLOTSKY RON STALL See also AIDS/HIV in Older Adults ALAMEDA COUNTY STUDY The Alameda County...

The Alameda County Study is one of a number of communitybased epidemiologic studies that were begun in the late ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Western Railroad History: California (1986)

by Donald B. Robertson

Sutter Susanville Tehichipa Temecula Tracy Trinidad Tuolumne City Ukiah Vallejo Volcano Weaverville Williams Wilmington Winters Wright's Yolo Yuba County Marin Contra Costa Santa Clara Merced San Mateo Santa Clara Alameda ...

Google previewThe Route 66 Encyclopedia (2012)

by Jim Hinckley, James Hinckley

The records of the Coronado expedition along the Rio Grande in 1540 indicate a Tiwa pueblo existed at the location of present-day Alameda.

Google previewLexicon of Geologic Names of the United States (1938)

(including Alaska) by Mary Grace Wilmarth

Alameda formation. Pleistocene: Western California (San Francisco region). A. C. Lawson, 1914 (U. S. G. S. San Francisco folio, No. 193). Alameda frn.—Yellow sandy clay, of very uniform fine texture, which without much change in character ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Domestic Violence and Abuse (2013)

by Laura L. Finley

Alameda, CA: Hunter House. Creighton, A., & Kivel, P. (1998). Young men's work: Stopping violence and building community: A multi-session group program. Center City, MN: Hazelden. Fortune, M. (1991). Violence in the family: A workshop ...

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Scrabble value of A1L1A1M3E1D2A1

The value of this 7-letter word is 10 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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