what exactly does ‘morochito’ mean? i have a rough idea…but am not sure.?

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  1. Morocho is someone who’s dark skinned with dark hair and/or eyes.

    morocha is feminine

    morochito – young guy who’s dark

    It can be taken as a form of endearment too.

    Additional information

    morocho,cha

    adj. amer. Fuerte,robusto.

    amer. [Persona] que tiene la piel de color oscuro.

    amer. Mellizo o gemelo.

    Thank you Javy for teaching me a new meaning of this word! I also found out that in Spain a morocho is a black telephone.

  2. Morocha is a coloquial word used to describe people, Morocho, or morocha is a word of Argentinean origen, and it means person of dark skin, or dark-haired in latin-american spanish. Morocha / Morocho is an adjective that specifically describes people who have both dark skin and dark hair. Particularly in Argentina, the adjective makes a contrast with people who have a whiter skin tone (ie. from a more European bloodline).

    This word refers to a coloquial word used to describe people, Morocho, or morocha is a word of Argentinean origen, and it means person of dark skin, or dark-haired in Latin-American Spanish. Morocho is an adjective that specifically describes people who have both dark skin and dark hair. Particularly in Argentina, the adjective makes a contrast with people who have a whiter skin tone.[1] Some website put it as a word of Quechua origen, muruch’u, (kind of hard corn). There are many words in differents parts or the Spanish speaking world used to describe people with a darker skin tone, and it may not describe their race, origen or social status, this words include Moreno, Negrito, Mulato or Morisco in Mexico, or Moyito in Cuba.

    This word may also refer to a dessert in some parts of South America.[2] In some Latin American countries “morocho(a)” also means “twin”.

    is this information right? Most of it got erased from Wikipedia

  3. “Morochito” is a diminutive of “Morocho” and means twin.

    It was a pleasure to me, thanks to you too for the new meanings you placed in here. This if funny, you are an Spanish teacher and my mom was an English teacher for 30 years.

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