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Definition of Alcarraza

Alcarraza
Alcarraza Al`car*ra"za, n.; pl. Alcarrazas. [Sp., from Ar. al-kurr[=a]z earthen vessel.] A vessel of porous earthenware, used for cooling liquids by evaporation from the exterior surface.

Meaning of Alcarraza from wikipedia

- An alcarraza (/ˌælkəˈrɑːzə/, Spanish: [alkaˈraθa]) is an earthenware container, traditionally made in Spain. The container is filled with a liquid, then...
- Arrecife Culebrita, Las Hermanas, El Mono, Cayo Lobito, Cayo Botijuela, Alcarraza, Los Gemelos, and Piedra Steven. Islands in the archipelago are arid,...
- Alcarraza Bajo Evelyn Cabeza de Perro Cayo Ahogado Cayo Alfenique Cayo Algodones Cayo Arenas Cayo Ballena Cayo Batata Cayo Bayo Cayo Berberia Cayo Botella...
- flames, and the sparks are clearly visible, a small tin saucepan, an alcarraza, some plates, and some basins, a glazed jug, a mortar with its pestle...
- al-barqouq (البرقوق) "plum" or "early-ripe." albarrada: 1) Clay vase, see alcarraza. 2) Stone wall. From Arabic al-barradah: "the cooler". albarrán: 1) Farm...
- predominantly white or terra cotta in color. Ocarinas, large bottles, and alcarrazas, double spout and bridge vessels, become common. "Calima Darién Archaeological...
- de Soberanía, Strait of Gibraltar Disputed between  Spain and  Morocco Alcarraza Greater Antilles,  Puerto Rico  United States Alcatraz Islands of San...
- past, Andújar was widely known for its porous earthenware jars, called alcarrazas or botijos, which keep water cool in the hottest weather, and were manufactured...
- Air Islam in Puerto Rico Islands of Puerto Rico: Isla de Puerto Rico Alcarraza (Puerto Rico) Bajo Evelyn Cabeza de Perro Cayo Ahogado Cayo Alfenique...
- were two Ilama-style pots: one a bowl with four feet and the other an alcarraza (a vessel with two spouts joined by a bridge handle) in the form of a...