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¿Qué significa?: horro

Excelsio presenta la definición de esta palabra según el Diccionario de la Lengua Española.

Horro, rra
Del ár. hisp. ḥúrr, y este del ár. clás. ḥurr 'libre'.
1. adj. Dicho de una persona: Que, habiendo sido esclava, alcanza la libertad.

2. adj. Libre, exento, desembarazado.

3. adj. Dicho de una yegua, de una burra, de una oveja, etc.: Que no quedan preñadas.

4. adj. Entre ganaderos, dicho de una cabeza de ganado: Concedida a los mayorales y pastores, pero mantenida a costa de los dueños.

5. adj. Dicho del tabaco o de los cigarrillos: De baja calidad y que arden mal.
ir horro

1. loc. verb. U. en el juego cuando tres o cuatro están jugando y dos hacen el partido de no tirar en los envites la parte que el otro tenga puesta, si perdiere, lo cual se pacta antes de ver las cartas.
ir, sacar, o salir, horro, rra

1. locs. verbs. desus. Sacar libre a alguien y sin pagar su parte o la de otros en un negocio.

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