Is “remada” an English derivative of the Spanish word remuda?

Is “ramada” an English derivative of the Spanish word remuda?

John Hay

Prescott Valley, Arizona

I checked the dictionary Larousse and found “ramada” in Spanish means shelter or shed.  It’s derived from the Spanish enramada, meaning bower or arbor. (Remuda is the collection of saddle horses of a ranch or trail outfit.)

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