One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1A member of any of various peoples living in and around the Colombian and Venezuelan Andes and in the lowlands around Lake Maracaibo.
2Any of several unrelated languages spoken by the Motilon peoples, notably the Chibchan language of the Bari or the Carib language of the Yukpa.
Of, designating, or relating to the Motilon.
Mid 19th century. From Spanish motilón, lit. ‘shaven-headed one’ from motilar to cut the hair, Aragonese variant of mutilar to mutilate from classical Latin mutilāre + -on.
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