Definition of Fondas
1. fonda [n] - See also: fonda
Lexicographical Neighbors of Fondas
Literary usage of Fondas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Gazetteer of the State of New York: Embracing a Comprehensive View of the by Frank Place (1860)
"on fondas Creek, near the w. line, was incorp. April 17, 1815, as 1 Thii slave was sold among the confiscated property of Sir John. His purchaser, Col. ..."
2. Travels on the Western Slope of the Mexican Cordillera: In the Form of Fifty by Cincinnatus (1857)
"And as most of the citizens live in private houses, and prefer this to that of boarding, scarcely any patronage, of whatever kind, is extended to las fondas ..."
3. Manual of Industrial and Commercial Intercourse Between the United States by Thomas Savage (1889)
"Even Bogota, the national capital, with its population of 100000, can only boast of a few restaurants (fondas) for genteel people, and tambos for the peons. ..."
4. American Travellers in Spain: The Spanish Inns, 1776-1867 by Carrie Evangeline Farnham (1921)
"At Granada, baths—in the time of the Moors found in every street and indeed in every house—were not in 1853 general in the fondas, though these were in ..."