mogote

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Spanish mogote

Noun[edit]

mogote (plural mogotes)

  1. A generally isolated, steep-sided residual hill, composed of limestone, marble, or dolomite and surrounded by nearly flat alluvial plains.
    • 2009 June 21, Wanda Praamsma, “Dour dad, prickly daughter: Trip together reveals deep bond”, in Toronto Star[1]:
      Burkhard and Jeannette invited us on a hike through the surrounding area, through the tobacco fields and past the mogotes, limestone hills that look like they just popped up through the ground, many with flattened plateau tops.

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Spanish[edit]

Noun[edit]

mogote m (plural mogotes)

  1. mogote