ZORRO

Etymology

Proper noun

Zorro

A fictional character, a daring and mysterious avenger, created in 1919 by pulp writer Johnston McCulley.

Noun

Zorro (plural Zorros)

Any daring and mysterious avenger.

Etymology

Noun

zorro (plural zorros)

A South American canid of the genus Lycalopex, visually similar to (and sometimes referred to as) a fox but more closely related to a wolf.

Synonyms

• false fox

• raposa

• South American fox

Hyponyms

• culpeo

Source: Wiktionary



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