We are completely convinced that you have already heard the word pámpara in countless places, and it has also generated an enormous curiosity. But … what does pámpara mean ? In comments, songs, on YouTube, Facebook, you can find it everywhere. If you want to know its meaning, at que-quiere-decir.com we tell you everything about pámpara.

Let’s start by going back to the origin of the word Pámpara. For this, we are located in India; There “Pampara Panasa” is a strong tree with large, round fruits, also called “Pomelos” or “Grapefruits” in other countries.

However, in the Dominican Republic this word has innumerable concepts and definitions associated with the daily life of the Dominican Republic, know them below.

What is Pámpara?

More than 10 years ago, the term “pámpara” was adopted in the Dominican Republic for the urban genre, and its meaning depends entirely on the issuer, since, like “pod” or “thing”, the word 004 can almost replace any noun.

This expression is used very frequently in certain contexts, without being attributed a specific meaning.

Some examples would be the following:

  • “He sold me a pámpara.” It refers to a lie.
  • “Don’t walk in pámpara.” Walk without fear.
  • “The owner of pámpara”. The one who is dominating, is in control, the owner of the show.
  • “We are from pámpara”. It is being willing to do evil, to do whatever it takes to achieve a goal.
  • “pámpara prendía”. The thing is hot, it is cool, there is a lot of movement.

Meaning of “I have the pámpara prendía”

It is generally applied when it is meant that “something” or “someone” is full, lit, that is, “with pámpara prendía “.

Other definitions and origins of Pámpara

There are those who assure that the word pámpara comes from the neighborhood “Los Mina” in Santo Domingo, it is associated to define who is the best, or who sounds the most.

Taking into account different versions of the Dominican meaning of pámpara , we find other connotations, for example “The daddy of rap”

This version has a certain logic due to its phonological combination, “pampa” is equal to papa and “ra” would mean “rap”, “rap father”.

The word pámpara is one of many used as a synonym in everyday expressions in the Dominican Republic.

Among the most used words are: Trucho , klk , wawawa , popi , palomo , guaremate , diache , penco and many others that you can find in our Dominican Words Section .

How is this written?

The term Pámpara according to its phonological origin is a word esdrújula, therefore it must be stressed on the first syllable.

Curiosities of the word Pampara:

  1. In 2019, Rochy RD uploads to YouTube a music video that makes the word pámpara a trend, this video is titled ” The owner of the” pámpara “.
  2. In December 2019, Kiko El Crazy participates and releases a music video titled ” La Pámpara “, reaching in a short time more than 8 million views.
  3. There is a debate between these two reggaeton players about the use of the word pámpara in the field of urban music, so much so that it has generated many spicy comments on the instagram network.
  4. In India, pámpara is a fruit known as Grapefruit, Citrus maxima or also called Grapefruit in countries with languages ​​derived from Latin, such as Italian, Portuguese and Spanish.
  5. “Pampara Panasa” also has its own music video, one that you can find at the following link .
  6. Pámpara has become so popular that even politicians have included this word in their campaign slogan. “With pámpara prendía 2020”.
  7. Pámpara is a surname that some people use in Spain.
  8. Pámpara does not appear under any circumstances in the pages of the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy.

We conclude this pámpara

Although pámpara does not have the endorsement of the Royal Spanish Academy , it is not an impediment to its being part of the popular slang of the Dominican Republic.

We conclude that its meaning is more associated with the synonym of thing or pod, but the cultural mixes will continue to add new connotations and words that will surely bring you to The Wan Shi Tong Library to clear your doubts.

We always have an answer for any Pámpara. Until next time!