Translation of hunchback in Spanish:


jorobado, n.

Pronunciation /ˈhʌn(t)ʃbak//ˈhən(t)ʃbæk/


  • 1offensive, dated

    jorobado masculine offensive
    jorobada feminine offensive
  • 2

    joroba feminine
    chepa feminine Spain informal
    • She had a hunchback and walked with a stick.
    • She was petite and had a dowager's hump or minor hunchback.
    • This was so from the very beginning, for the supposed peculiarities of his birth and the hunchback, for which he is renowned, were but inventions to signify evil.
    • The condition leaves a child short in stature and prone to developing a hunchback.
    • You'd see old ladies with hunchbacks, who had been harvesting their whole lives.
    • Gus is self-consciously aware of his hunchback and tries to stand taller than everyone else, with tough-as-nails determination and on-demand availability.
    • A jolly, easy-go-lucky fellow who hides all his sorrow within and portrays a comical figure, laughing at himself and about his hunchback.