1. (colloquial) (spectre) (Latin America)
Dicen que cerca del río se oye gimotear a la llorona que mató a su hijo.They say that near the river you can hear the wailing ghost of a woman who killed her child.
2. (spiked device) (Argentina) (Bolivia) (Uruguay)
a. large spurs
El vaquero espoleó al caballo con las lloronas de sus botas.The cowboy spurred the horse on with the large spurs on his boots.
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