Definition of mogote in English:

mogote

noun

  • Physical Geography. A steep-sided hill of roughly circular cross-section characteristic of karst topography, especially in Cuba.

Origin

Late 19th century (in an earlier sense). Apparently from American Spanish mogote, though this appears not to be attested in sense 1; further etymology uncertain and disputed.

Pronunciation

mogote

/məˈɡəʊti/