- n. Australia, slang A homeless person; a social derelict.
- From derelict + -o (“diminutive suffix”). (Wiktionary)
“Garth, bless his simple heart, kept calling the derro he saw 'the humped one.”
“Though the derro were a race inclined to the dark arts, Realgar did not permit mages about him.”
“Report Abuse hey wade and aido you pair of muppets, we are not 'derro' supporters. im from perth and would love to have the boys over here. yes they are mighty frustrating at times but, as with all teams, the have their moments. last nights game was shocking but what about the the other games this season? bet you guys follow anyone who is winning.”
“Then, perhaps, they will admit that dealing with the derro was a bad idea. ”
“Fancy place, feel like a derro whenever I walk through there.”
“He paced about the small Thrown Room several hours after the magical battle with the derro savant during the "crowna - tion" party.”
“He hoped that would be enough to impair the derro.”
“Desperately Bernhard struggled to pull the axeblade free, but the other derro was too quick.”
“She heard the tromp of heavy footsteps to the west, though the derro were still some distance away.”
“He couldn't resist the offer to work for the derro.”
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