oro is a precious metal used to jewerly not is a "proverbio"
"moja" is an adjective use to describe when it's wet for example the feel when the rain fell on you or something. in spanish we say "La lluvia me moja" but in spanish sound fool no it's common but this exist in the grammar is more common Me estoy mojando con la lluvia =I'm wetting with the rain Me mojé con la lluvia (past) Me voy a mojar con la lluvia (Near future)
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