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Definition of the noun Ramada

What does Ramada mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: ramadas

  1. [US] A simple arbour or open porch, typically roofed with branches. [definition from 19th c.]


Ramada is a large hotel chain owned and operated by Wyndham Worldwide.

  • also known as Ramada Worldwide, Рамада, 華美達環球酒店集團
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  1. Ramada is a fictional character from the 1953 film Killer Ape.
  2. Ramada is a fictional character from the 1979 film Hardcore.

There are other characters with in their name, like Ramada Thompson.


  1. Ramada is a former civil parish in the municipality of Odivelas, Portugal. In 2013, the parish merged into the new parish Ramada e Caneças. It covers an area of 3.86 km² and had a population of 15,770 as of 2001.
  2. Ramada a.k.a. Ramada, California: Ramada is an unincorporated community in Butte County, California. It is located 9 miles west-northwest of Oroville on the Sacramento Northern Railroad, at an elevation of 138 feet.

There are other places with in their name, like Cordillera de la Ramada.


Ramada: In the southwestern United States, a ramada is a temporary or permanent shelter equipped with a roof but no walls, or only partially enclosed.

Phrases with Ramada

  1. Liza ramada
  2. Mugil Ramada
  3. Euthalia Ramada
  4. species Liza ramada
  5. Species Mugil Ramada
  6. Species Euthalia Ramada

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Google previewThe Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries (1878)

by John Austin Stevens, Benjamin Franklin DeCosta, Henry Phelps Johnston, Martha Joanna Lamb, Nathan Gilbert Pond

A ramada is a hut or ephemeric structure made of green limbs or branches of trees and shrubs. "All the medicine men meet occasionally and with considerable ceremony make medicine. They went through the performance early in the ...

Google previewQR, S Versability (2015)

by Roger J. Maderia

A ramada is an open porch or trellis. A rampart is a low protecting wall. A rath was a fort in ancient Ireland. Ravelins pointed outward they recall. A quatrefoil may adorn the outside. Four petals, leaves, or arcs radiate. A ridgepole runs along the ...

Google previewCongressional Serial Set (1848)

La Ramada is a small place on the Florido. May 3.—Made a strong march to-day of 33 miles, to Guajuquilla. The road was constantly winding itself through endless chaparrál; the Rio Florido on the left, and mountains and hills east and west, ...

Google previewThe Grand Circle Tour: A Travel and Reference Guide to the American Southwest and the Ancient Peoples of the Colorado Plateau (2014)

by Michael Royea

the ramada is a branch-covered wooden structure that was used for shade and was the first kind ofaboveground “room” built by the Ancestral Puebloans.the navajo hogan uses a cribbed roofthat is similar to the cribbing ...

Google previewMiscellaneous documents (1848)

by United States Senate

La Ramada is a small place-on the Florido. May 3.—Made a strong march to-day of 33 miles , to Guajuquilla. The road was constantly winding itself through endless chaparral; the Rio Florido on the left, and mountains and hills east and west, ...

Google previewDK Eyewitness Travel Guide Chile & Easter Island (2016)

by DK

Chilean troops participating in a military parade Military Parade The fonda or ramada is a temporary structure, erected as a party hall, which is made of either wooden poles and a thatched roof, or a circus-like tent. Nearly every town in Chile ...

Google previewHistoric Brazoria County (1999)

An Illustrated History by Margaret Swett Henson

The Ramada is a sponsor of the Rotary Shrimp Boil, helps promote Sea Center Texas, the Run for the Arts event of the Center for the Arts, and the Migration Celebration and Great Texas Coastal Birding Trail projects of the Texas Parks and ...

Google previewThe Right People (2015)

The Social Establishment in America by Stephen Birmingham

In a recent eightmonth period, Blue Skies trailer owners spent an aggregate total of $750,000 on terraces, porches, gazebos, cupolas, cabanas, and ramadas (a ramada is a superstructure covering an entire trailer). Several Blue Skies ...

Google previewHome on the Strange (2010)

More Tales from My Albu-Quirky Journals by Debora L. Carr

A ramada is a structure created from various sized tree trunks whose bark has been peeled off and left in a slightly rough-hewn state. Large tree trunks with the girth of a normal telephone pole serve as the supports and hold up the horizontal ...

Google previewNotes of a Military Reconnaissance (1848)

From Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to San Diego, in California, Including Parts of the Arkansas, Del Norte, and Gila Rivers by United States. Army. Corps of Topographical Engineers, William Hemsley Emory, James William Abert, Philip St. George Cooke, Abraham Robinson Johnston

The Ramada is a limpid running stream, ten miles from the little Cimarron, the first of the kind noted, though we have been traversing the bases of many mountains for days past. The pasture, however, is not good. At points two and four miles ...

Google previewDescendants of Totoliguoqui (1989)

Ethnicity and Economics in the Mayo Valley by Mary I. O'Connor

A ramada is a building without walls, affording both 22 Descendants of ...

Google previewThe Teachers' Assembly Herald (1908)

Ramada is a Spanish word (formed from rama, “branch” or “bough”) and is a designation extensively used in Mexico and the southwestern part of the United States for a large booth for fiesta purposes. The writer has never met the word in the ...

Google previewLexique, Syntaxe et Lexique-Grammaire / Syntax, Lexis & Lexicon-Grammar (2004)

Papers in honour of Maurice Gross by Christian Leclère, Éric Laporte, Mireille Piot, Max Silberztein

Sa:ma zaydun Jeûna Zayd le ramadan = (9a) zaydun fi ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Tourism (2002)

by Jafar Jafari

For example, the Ramada hotel chain operates the Ramada Franchise System. Franchisees benefit from its Property Management System, which includes the installation of hardware and software and training courses. Support is provided ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Indian Cinema (2014)

by Ashish Rajadhyaksha, Paul Willemen

Vadina; Donga Ramada; 1956: Tenali Ramakrishna; Bhale Ramada; Ilavelpa; MatharKala Manikam/ Charanadasi; 1957: ThodiKodalla; Sari Savitri; Maya Bazaar; Allavadeenum Arpatha Vila/eleam/Allaaddin Adhhata Deepam/Alladdin Ka ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Travel and Tourism Terminology (2005)

by Allan Beaver

com Ramada — Rates to — RCI — Shepherd Systems - Thor - Travel 2 and Travel 4 - www. Travelodge ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Ugaritic Language in the Alphabetic Tradition (2 vols) (2015)

Third Revised Edition by Gregorio del Olmo Lete, Joaquín Sanmartín

ramada, “ become intensively hot”, “to cook a sheep upon heated stones”, ramda , “stones ...

Google previewTulu-English Dictionary (1886)

by A. Männer

ramada, Pßppala, ...

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