Pincho, or pinchito, the diminutive, translates as 'little thorn' or 'little pointed stick,' so pincho moruno roughly means Moorish mouthfuls impaled on a thorn or skewer. Of course, the Moors were Muslims and did not eat pork, so Christian Spain took the Arab seasonings traditionally used on lamb kabobs (qodban) and applied them to their beloved meat.
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