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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BODEGA

This Bay of Bodega is situated a little north of the 38th degree of latitude.

There is no more cholera in Bodega Central than there is in heaven!

They are fleeing to the bodega to get the rifles and ammunition!

“Fernando sends Juan to Bodega Central at daybreak,” the old man said.

Colnett mentions the Indian dress of deerskins in Bodega Bay.

The visitors of the 18th and 21st would be Bodega Coast Miwok.

Presently, away off in the fog, he heard the Bodega whistle.

They live toward the north coast in the vicinity of the Port of Bodega.

When Heceta and Bodega in 1775 were searching the coast for harbors, they anchored under the lee of the next northerly headland.

The nearest settlement was the Russian colony near Bodega, one hundred and seventy-five miles to the south.

WORD ORIGIN

1848, from Mexican Spanish, from Spanish bodega "a wine shop; cellar," from Latin apotheca, from Greek apotheke "depot, store" (see apothecary). The same word as boutique.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BODEGA

grocery

nounstore that sells food and other commodities
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