Translation of golliwog in Spanish:


muñequito negro de trapo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɡɑliˌwɑɡ//ˈɡɒlɪwɒɡ/



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    muñequito negro de trapo
    • The golliwog first appeared more than 100 years ago in a children's book by Florence Kate Upton and was later adopted by jam maker James Robertson & Sons as a trademark in 1910.
    • He had a golliwog, and a golliwog is an English doll, and he probably left it on my bed.
    • Artists have been fascinated with the golliwog image, such as Damali Ayo and Kara Walker.
    • A golliwog was the name given to a small black faced rag doll which first appeared in a series of children's books written and illustrated by Florence and Bertha Upton around 1895.