noun Ore·jón \¦ȯrə¦hōn\

Definition of Orejón



\"\ or


  1. 1 :  any of various North American or South American Indian peoples known to distend the earlobes with metal or wooden disks or ornaments: such as a :  1coto b :  chané c :  a Witotoan people of southern Colombia and eastern Ecuador d :  a Coahuiltec people of Texas e :  any of several peoples of the northwest coast of the U.S.

  2. 2 :  a member of any of the Orejón peoples

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Origin and Etymology of orejón

Spanish, literally, big ear, augmentative of oreja ear, from Latin auricula external ear — more at auricle

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a trip made at another's expense

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