Definition of Muladar
According to the REA , Muladar is a place where manure or garbage is thrown from houses. This term can often be used to refer to something dirty or corrupted, for example;
- The patio is made of a muladar . – The patio is very dirty.
Origin of Muladar
The word Muladar has its origin in the word muradar which suffered a metathesis between the r and the l.
A muradal was a place near an external wall of the house or a wall of a town where waste was usually thrown.
It derives from the Latin murus which means wall or wall.
Synonyms of Muladar
A very common synonym in farms and Latin countries is pigsty , this is the place where pigs are raised and is characterized by always being dirty and full of mud.
This word appears in the Bible, in Psalm 113: 7
He raises the poor out of the dust, and the needy uproar from the muladar.Psalm 113: 7
This word appears in a poem by Ramón María del Valle-Inclán called Rosa de Job.
Who saw the battlement rolled over the ground, and the muladar raised so high!Ramón María del Valle-Inclán