What does corre'ton mean?
The Spanish book my daughter is reading has the following sentence she does not understand.
"Yo tena un pequeno, correton, listo, travieso, adorable gatito."
I have a small ?, ready, ? cute cat.
" . . . un pequeno, correton, listo, travieso, adorable gatito."
corre'ton = this is just a guess, but I'm thinking that it may come from the verb correr = to run
so the gatito may be really active running around
listo = smart (it also means ready, but that wouldn't be appropriate in this sentence)
travieso = mischievious
You've got the pequeño and the adorable right.
Here's another thought: correntón is in this Web sites dictionary.
Perhaps your corre'ton is a contraction of the adjective "correnton"
correntón [cor-ren-tone, nah] adjective 1. Gay, fond of company, pleasant; cheerful. 2. Taking a great deal of snuff. 3. A clever fellow. 4. Busy, active (activo).
I hope this helps a little bit!
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"I have a small, frisky (lively), clever, mischievous, darling kitten."
("Listo" in this case means "clever/smart" - "ser listo" - to be clever..."estar listo - to be ready)
"Corretón" is an adjective based on the verb "correr" (to run). It implies lots of running around, lots of "friskiness" or "liveliness".
I hope this helps!