- From Spanish cantina. (Wiktionary)
- Spanish, canteen, from Italian, wine cellar. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“_sotto una cantina_, and this cantina is known to have been in the”
“Also something to bear in mind – The Mos Eisley cantina is anything but a small, cramped place.”
“In another, told in a flashback, Ifan's Gavin Canavagh rediscovers his love of rock 'n' roll in a Latin American cantina when a local man plays the Stones '"Get Off of My Cloud" on a jukebox.”
“Over the weekend, Luz, a pan-Latin American cantina on Vanderbilt Avenue near Myrtle Avenue was the site of another attempted burglary.”
“Not "A New Hope," but "Star Wars," the title it carried in 1977 when Han shot first and the stiff rubber/plastic aliens in the cantina were the coolest thing anyone had ever seen.”
“In his travel which took him to a mountain village where Pancho Villa was reported to be staying Cousin Leo in search of someone who could speak English wandered into a drinking establishment which in Mexico is called a cantina or at least was when Cousin Leo chanced into one.”
“The Duel Ring Another area of the cantina is the most fun one, the dueling ring.”
“Stephen's theme is the universal yearning for escape from everyday cares, and his cantina is the place of refuge.”
“Mexican immigrants have imported the custom of the "cantina," something more than a saloon, and the "cantineras," the women who frequent them.”
“He didn’t expect much as he showed his cell-phone screen to a guy who could loosely be called a bartender in a dive that could loosely be called a cantina.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘cantina’.
The Decemberists tend to use a lot of interesting words in their songs.
Working on a project that involves many words with ANT in them. These are my favorites.
Looking for tweets for cantina.