Morocha

Morocha

What is Morocco?

In Argentina, we use the word for people with dark hair.

Morocha

Morocha

What is Morocco? 3

Morocha is a dialect used to describe people, Morocha or Morocha is an Argentine word and in Latin American Spanish it means a person with dark skin or dark hair. Morocha / Morocha is an adjective that specifically describes people whose skin color and hair are black. In Argentina in particular, traits differ from people with worse skin (ie, more European descent).

The word is a colloquial word used to describe people, Moroccan or Moroccan is an Argentine word and in Latin American Spanish it means a person with dark skin or dark hair. Moroccan is an adjective that specifically describes people with dark skin and dark hair. In Argentina in particular, adjectives contradict light-skinned people. [1] Some websites refer to it as Quechua derivative, muruchu (a type of hard corn). There are many words in different parts of the Spanish-speaking world that are used to describe people with dark skin and may not describe their race, ethnicity or social status. These words include Moreno, Negrito, Molato or Moresco in Mexico or Moito in Cuba.

The word may also refer to dessert in some parts of South America. The root of the word is Moro or Moore, in Spanish it is Arabic.

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Morocha