Definition of Morocho
It refers to certain physical characteristics and with it it is indicated that a person has white skin and black hair. In other words, someone with a fair complexion can be blond or morocho.
The meaning of this word lies in the family environment , in this case it designates someone who is a twin. That is to say, they are the siblings born in the same childbirth, who are not identical.
It is said of those people with a dark complexion , especially when they are in areas of the interior or where the majority are white.
SYNONYMS FOR MOROCHO
ORIGIN OF MOROCHO
Morocho is a word that comes directly from the Andean Quechua language, exactly this term was normally written as muruch´u. Normally, this word is associated with the color black.
Quechua is a language made up of several families of languages from the Andes mountain range, which crosses several countries in South America. In this way, the meaning of morocho can vary depending on the country where it is used, whether in Venezuela, Colombia or Argentina.
CURIOSITIES OF MOROCHO
In Ecuador it is known as “morocho” a sweet made from rice and milk. In other places it is known as rice pudding.