See maquiladora in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: American Spanish, place where the miller's fee is paid, maquiladora
Origin: , from Spanish maquila, portion received by the miller in return for milling one's grain
Origin: , from Old Spanish
Origin: , from Arabic makīla, measured, measure of capacity
Origin: , feminine passive participle of kāla, to measure; see kwl in Semitic roots.
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