Mamila

Mamila, is a word used in Latin countries such as: Colombia, Honduras, Mexico, Dominican Republic, Venezuela, among others, as a synonym for baby bottle . This is an object to give liquid food to babies. Similarly, they are called Mamilla, the rubber silicone as a nipple, which is given to babies and children to suckle. Also known as a pacifier or pacifier . With […]

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Corito Sano

It is a very expressed word in the urban dialect of the Dominican Republic . “Corito sano” refers to a group of friends with good manners and fun . The word “corito” , in addition to being used to define a segment of a musical track , is also very common to indicate a group of friends. Hence its use in conjunction with the word sano . […]

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qlia

The term ” qlia ” is used in textual communication as an abbreviation of the word culeada . It is very common in different countries of Latin America, however, it is used more frequently in Argentina and Chile . For its part, the word culeada , culiada or culiá , is used to indicate a woman who has already lost her virginity . Furthermore, it can be used to define the […]

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Djadja

The word Djadja is a label that credits urban music singer Aya Nakamura for her popularity . This term is used as a noun that seeks to describe a “street man” whose goal is to have many women. Similarly, Djadja is used to refer to a person who has bad behavior with his partner , including being insincere and trying to […]

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A Güiro Pelao

The expression “A Güiro Pelao” is a phrase typical of Caribbean countries , in which the Dominican Republic, Cuba and Puerto Rico stand out. It is used to refer to different situations, which have as a common denominator the nakedness of the object or individual. This phrase is used mainly to highlight the fact of having sex without any […]

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Cafelón

The word Cafelón is used to define a type of coffee or natural infusion . This is prepared from the roots of the “dandelion” plant . Being this plant a species of the Asteraceae family to which numerous health benefits have been attributed. So the term Cafelón is a neologism formed from the components that the drink contains. Such is the […]

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Chibao

The word Chibao is an expression typical of the Caribbean islands , frequently used in countries like Cuba. Generally, it is used in problematic situations, to refer to a person who is not performing his function properly . In sentences like: your work is chibao. The expression chibao can also be used to highlight that an object is damaged or defective. An […]

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Obo

The word obo is an expression that is used today to make jokes with our friends. It is usually used both in social network chats, and when physically sharing with known people. On the other hand, this word does not have a specific meaning in official dictionaries worldwide. Which is considered a trend of young people, which […]

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Trap Pea

The expression Trap Pea is made up of two parts. On the one hand, we have the word “Trap”, whose English translation is trap. Which refers to a dark place where someone is locked up. On the other hand, the word Trap is used by North Americans to refer to a place where illegal substances are sold. […]

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Uwu

The word “uwu” is nothing more than an emoticon or Emoji created from letters , similar to those used at the beginning of text messaging. The same is frequently used in countries like Japan and Korea . Especially in anime and manga fans , also known as Otakus. The meaning of this word varies a little according to the source that is […]

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