morral

noun mor·ral \məˈral, -räl\

Definition of morral

plural

morrals

\-lz\ or

morrales

\-äˌlās\

West

  1. :  a fiber bag usually used as a food bag for horses :  nose bag the provisions were in a morral hung on a tree — J. F. Dobie

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Origin and Etymology of morral

Spanish, from morro protruding lips


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