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- noun Plural form of
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This country is full of large pieces of water, which the natives call marigots; the major part of which cover an immense space; but it would be easy to drain them by means of some little canals, particularly in the part near the coast.
During his sleep, the Moors went to look for a fruit, produced by a tree which generally grows on the sides of these lakes (marigots).