- arcade ► NOUN 1) a covered passage with arches along one or both sides. 2) chiefly Brit. a covered walk with shops along one or both sides. 3) Architecture a series of arches supporting a wall.DERIVATIVES arcading noun.ORIGIN French, from Latin arcus 'bow, curve' .
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