noun, plural Mo·ros, (especially collectively) Mo·ro.
Origin of Moro1
Examples from the Web for moro
Contemporary Examples of moro
Moro wondered at “the final straw that broke” Sherpa-Western relations.
The incident seemed to be over, and Moro and his teammates resumed the climb, later returning to the lower camp.
But, according to Moro, some 100 Sherpas, their faces covered in scarves, were ready for the men.
This beautiful work offers an insight into the fascinating, but complicated, world of il Moro.London’s National Gallery Opens the Exhibition of the Century
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Historical Examples of moro
Anxiously the Moro men and women gazed at their idol, Piang.
And I am happy to serve a government that greets the Moro as brother.
The Moro is a savage, and has no idea of law and order as we understand it.
Education is one of the chief concerns of the Moro Province Government.
The Moro collapsed to the road, limply, like a wet stocking off a line.Terry
Charles Goff Thomson
Word Origin for Moro
"Muslim Malay of the Philippines," 1886, from Spanish Moro, literally "Moor" (see Moor).