Definition of jorobado
: either of two moonfishes (Vomer setipinnis and Selene vomer)
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Origin and Etymology of jorobado
American Spanish, from Spanish, humpbacked, from joroba humpback (from Old Spanish hadruba, from Arabic dialect—Spain—haduba, hudūba, from Arabic hadaba) + -ado -ate (from Latin -atus)
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