alcazar definition

  • noun:
    • A Spanish palace or fortress, originally one built because of the Moors.
    • A Moorish fortress in Spain
    • A fortress; additionally, a royal palace.
    • In Spain, a fortress; a castle; also, a royal palace, even though not fortified.
    • A name fond of specific places of enjoyment in France and somewhere else, especially when embellished into the Moorish style.
    • Nautical, the quarter-deck.
    • any one of various Spanish fortresses or palaces built because of the Moors
    • A Spanish palace or fortress, initially one built because of the Moors.
    • A Moorish fortress in Spain
    • A fortress; additionally, a royal palace.
    • In Spain, a fortress; a castle; in addition, a royal palace, even though not fortified.
    • A name provided to certain places of amusement in France and elsewhere, particularly if embellished in Moorish design.
    • Nautical, the quarter-deck.
    • any one of various Spanish fortresses or palaces built by the Moors

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