vocinglero

SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Spanish vocimbrero, probably from an earlier *vocibrero, from Late Latin vōciferārius, from Latin vōciferor, and influenced by the synonym jinglero in Spanish[1].

AdjectiveEdit

vocinglero (feminine vocinglera, masculine plural vocingleros, feminine plural vocingleras)

  1. garrulous, chatty, loud-mouthed
    • 1891, José Martí, Versos sencillos
      Yo sé del canto del viento / En las ramas vocingleras
      I know the song of the wind / In the chatty branches

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