Definition of Rulay
- Rulay is a synonym of being very relaxed, it is used in urban and party contexts. For example: Tonight andamo rulay.
- By extension it is said of a person who is stimulated by alcohol or drugs. In this context, it is expressed like this: I had a drink that made me rulay.
ORIGIN OF RULAY
Rulay is a word used in the colloquial language of the Dominican Republic, which was born in the early 2000s on the streets of Santo Domingo as a synonym for feeling very relaxed.
Rulay comes from the English language, specifically from the term “Ruling” which means “to reign, rule or decision”. So rulay has a strong reference to being “in control of things”. Taken from this Anglicanism, the term was deformed and adapted to the previously stated meaning.
CURIOSITIES OF RULAY
- In the world of Urban Music, this word has a strong presence, appearing in a large number of musical themes and in the title of several songs such as: “Andamos rulay” by Sujeto Oro 24k, or in “Rulay”, the theme of the urban exponent. Secret the famous Baby Bottle.
- In certain contexts, Rulay could be treated as a synonym of being “tricky”, “high” or “happy”.
- Axel Rulay is an urban music singer who is especially known for his song “Si es trucho es trucho”.