1. (formal) (literary) (to reside)
a. to dwell (formal) (literary) (old-fashioned)
El dueño de la casa encantada conocía al fantasma que allí moraba.The landlord of the haunted house knew the ghost who dwelled there.
b. to live
La señora mayor moraba en una casa enorme donde habían crecido sus antepasados.The old woman lived in a huge house where her ancestors had grown up in.
Verb Conjugations for morar
Present Participle: morando
Past Participle: morado
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