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morenito de Manacor

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updated SEP 19, 2008
posted by tennisfan2

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updated SEP 19, 2008
posted by tennisfan2
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Quentin said:

The word you need to know is "moreno". A male (morenito, not morenita) with dark colored hair. Morena is a brunette. The ito diminuitive form suggests familiarity or youth, so this is a close friend or relative. We are probably speaking about a brown haired boy from Manacor. For more on Manacor (Majorca, Spain) see the link.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manacor

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updated SEP 19, 2008
posted by tennisfan2
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The word you need to know is "moreno". A male (morenito, not morenita) with dark colored hair. Morena is a brunette. The ito diminuitive form suggests familiarity or youth, so this is a close friend or relative. We are probably speaking about a brown haired boy from Manacor. For more on Manacor (Majorca, Spain) see the link.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manacor

updated SEP 18, 2008
posted by 0074b507
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