Moro

Moro

[mawr-oh, mohr-oh]
noun, plural Moros (especially collectively) Moro.
a member of any of the various tribes of Muslim Malays in the southern Philippines.

Origin:
< Spanish < Latin Maurus Moor

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Moro

[mawr-oh, mor-oh; Italian maw-raw]
noun
Aldo [al-doh; Italian ahl-daw] , 1916–78, Italian lawyer, author, and statesman: prime minister 1963–68, 1974–76.
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Moro1 (ˈmɔːrəʊ)
 
n , -ros, -ro
1.  a member of a group of predominantly Muslim peoples of the S Philippines: noted for their manufacture of weapons
2.  the language of these peoples, belonging to the Malayo-Polynesian family
 
[C19: via Spanish from Latin MaurusMoor]

Moro2 (Italian ˈmɔːro)
 
n
Aldo (ˈaldo). 1916--78, Italian Christian Democrat statesman; prime minister of Italy (1963--68; 1974--76) and minister of foreign affairs (1965--66; 1969--72; 1973--74). He negotiated the entry of the Italian Communist Party into coalition government before being kidnapped by the Red Brigades in 1978 and murdered

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