Origin of koro
Examples from the Web for koro
He at once had the chief Koro Koro, who happened to be on board, seized and bound hand and foot in the cabin.
Koro Koro walked up and down among the rows of listeners keeping order with his chief's staff.
The captain in return shot at the infuriated chief, but missed him, and Koro Koro paddled ashore.
In the Gulph of Carpentaria, we did not observe any other than the koro, or grey slug.A Voyage to Terra Australis Volume 2|Matthew Flinders
British Dictionary definitions for koro
noun plural koro
- an elderly Māori man
- a title of respect for an elderly Māori man