- Alamo is defined as a mission in San Antonio, Texas that was used as a fort during the Texas revolution.
An example of the Alamo is the site of 187 Texan deaths in 1836.
- The definition of an alamo is a poplar tree from the southwest area of the United States.
An example of an alamo is a cottonwood tree.
The famous Alamo mission in San Antonio.
Origin of alamoSpanish álamo, poplar tree
Origin of AlamoSp: see alamo
façade of the chapel at the Alamo
San Antonio, Texas
nounpl. al·a·mos Southwestern US
Origin of alamoSpanish álamo.