mora
feminine noun
1. (fruit) 
a. blackberry (from bramble) 
Me encanta la mermelada de mora.I love blackberry jam.
b. mulberry (from Morus nigra tree) 
A mi abuela no le gustan las moras.My grandma doesn't like mulberries.
c. white mulberry (from Morus alba tree) 
Es difícil encontrar moras aquí.White mulberries are difficult to find here.
d. raspberry 
Trajeron un delicioso pay de mora.They brought a delicious raspberry pie.
2. (legal) 
a. delay 
Si hay alguna mora en el pago, se aplicará una multa.If there is any delay in payment, a fine will be applied.
3. (phonetics) 
a. mora 
En mi clase de lingüística aprendí que una mora mide el peso silábico.In my linguistics class, I learned that a mora measures syllable weight.
mora
Noun
1. (de la zarzamora) 
a. blackberry 
2. (del moral) 
a. mulberry 
mora
1 (Botánica) (zarzamora) blackberry; [del moral] mulberry;
2 (And) (bala) bullet
3 (México) (droga) pot (familiar); grass (familiar)
mora
(Economía) (Jur) delay
ponerse en mora to default
mora
(S. Cone) (morcilla) black pudding; blood sausage; (EEUU)
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