ogro

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ogro

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Etymology[edit]

From French ogre, from Latin Orcus (god of the underworld), from Ancient Greek Όρκος (Órkos),

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Noun[edit]

ogro m (plural ogros, feminine ogra, feminine plural ogras)

  1. ogre (brutish giant)

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Spanish[edit]

Noun[edit]

ogro m (plural ogros)

  1. ogre.
  2. fiend, brute.
  3. crank.

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