Probably borrowed from Old High German arag, arg (worthless, lazy, bad), whence also Old English earg to English eerie, arch (in sense of malevolent), argh.
- IPA(key): /aɾaˈɡan/, [aɾaˈɣãn]
haragán (feminine singular haragana, masculine plural haraganes, feminine plural haraganas)
- lazy (unwilling to work)
haragán m (plural haraganes, feminine haragana)
- idler, loafer