mojito

noun mo·ji·to \ mō-ˈhē-tō \
Updated on: 7 Nov 2017

Definition of mojito

plural mojitos
: a cocktail made of rum, sugar, mint, lime juice, and soda water

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Origin and Etymology of mojito

American Spanish, diminutive of moje, mojo citrus marinade, from Spanish mojar to moisten, from Vulgar Latin *molliare — more at moil


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