a fine-tempered sword or sword blade made in Toledo, Spain
after the city in Spain
city & port in NW Ohio, on Lake Erie: pop. 314,000
city in central Spain, on the Tagus River: pop. 62,000
See Toledo in American Heritage Dictionary 4
also (tō-lĕˈÞō) A city of central Spain near the Tagus River south-southwest of Madrid. It fell to the Romans in 193 B.C. and was later the capital of the Visigoth kingdom (534-712). As a Moorish capital (712-1085) it was a center of Arab and Hebrew learning. Population: 78,600.
A city of northwest Ohio on Lake Erie. It is one of the major shipping centers of the Great Lakes. Population: 298,000.
nounpl.To·le·dos also to·le·dos
A fine-tempered sword or steel sword blade made in Toledo, Spain.