morral

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Catalan[edit]

Etymology[edit]

morro +‎ -al

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Noun[edit]

morral m (plural morrals)

  1. nosebag
  2. (colloquial) lout

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From morro +‎ -al.

Noun[edit]

morral m (plural morrales)

  1. backpack, knapsack
    Perico echó un rápido recuento a las ovejas y no se admiró de contar 51. "¡Ahora sí eran cincuenta y una!" Sonrió mientras abría su morral y devoraba su almuerzo.
    Perico quickly counted the sheep and did not marvel 51. "Of course, there were fifty-one," he smiled as he opened his knapsack and ate his lunch.
    Synonyms: chuspa, garniel, carriel, zurrón

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