Last modified on 22 September 2013, at 02:09

haragán

SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Probably borrowed from Old High German arag, arg (worthless, lazy, bad), whence also Old English earg to English eerie, arch (in sense of malevolent), argh.

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

haragán m (feminine haragana, masculine plural haraganes, feminine plural haraganas)

  1. lazy (unwilling to work)

NounEdit

haragán m (plural haraganes, feminine haragana)

  1. idler, loafer