Etymologically comes from “Moro”, the blanket exonym used in Medieval Spain for the dark skinned Muslims, be them Berber o Arab, the Christians never bothered to differentiate. Sarraceno, Saracen was also used, but scarcely. So of course as an adjective means a dark skinned person, or their black hair regardless of it. 17 Jan I've searched the word "brunette" in a dictionary, it means "morena/o". But there's one tiny problem; in my country, specially where I live, "moreno/a" is referring to a brown-skinned person. Instead, "brunette" is a dark-haired person, not necessarily with brown skin. So I was wondering: is there one single. On one day, someone would be described to me as negro, on another as Moreno [brown hair, brown skin], and on yet another as blanco [white, light hair, blue eyes ]. Virgilio's skin was darkerthan thatofmany AfricanAmericans in the United States, although here his indigenous appearance would undoubtedly classifyhim .
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