A paved yard or floor where ores are cleaned and sorted, or where ore, salt, mercury, etc., are trampled by horses, to effect intermixture and amalgamation.
In Spain, Spanish America, etc., a court or courtyard of a house or other building; esp., an inner court open to the sky.
A usually paved area adjacent to a dwelling, used for outdoor lounging, dining, receptions of guests, etc.
An interior courtyard or yard defined by the walls of the structure as in a townhouse.
usually paved outdoor area adjoining a residence
an outdoor place adjoining a house, which is often used for recreation
an outdoor space generally used for dining or other forms of recreation
a paved area adjacent to the home
a private outdoor room
a private, relaxing place where you can cook your meals outdoors and you kind of build the landscape so it will last a lifetime
Patio is a paved area meant for recreation purposes, usually situated in the backyard area
A large paved outdoor living area
A Spanish word for an arcaded or colonaded courtyard. It is now applied to any small paved area in a garden.
Dictionary term for a paved outdoor living area. The roof or structure over this area is now commonly called the patio.
paved recreation area, usually at the rear of a home.
An interior courtyard or a paved backyard area.
Backyard area, either paved with concrete pavers, brick, flagstone, etc., used for relaxation.
A patio garden (From the Spanish: patio meaning "back garden" or "backyard") is an outdoor garden space generally used for dining or recreation that often adjoins a residence and is typically paved. Specifically, it may refer to a roofless inner courtyard of the sort found in Spanish-style dwellings.