The city of Alameda, California, as seen from the air.
alameda definition by Webster's New World
in the Southwest, a walk shaded as by alamos
Origin: Spanish ; from álamo, poplar tree
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city on an island in San Francisco Bay, Calif.: pop. 72,000
Origin: Spanish see alameda
alameda definition by American Heritage Dictionary
noun Southwestern U.S.
A tree-shaded promenade or public park. See Regional Note at ramada.
Origin: Spanish, from álamo, poplar, alamo.
A city of west-central California mainly on two islands in San Francisco Bay near Oakland. It is a shipbuilding center and port of entry. Population: 70,700.