Definition of palisado in US English:

palisado

(also pallisado, palissado)

noun

archaic
  • Palisade. Now archaic.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Paul Ive (d. 1604), military engineer. Alteration of Spanish paliçada, palizada from Old Occitan palissada fence made of stakes, enclosure formed by a palisade from paliza palisade + -ada; compare -ado. In some forms probably directly from the Spanish.