Rabandola

Rabandola is one of the many jargons that exist in the Dominican Republic, and since it is not in any dictionary, it is normal to wonder what rabandola means. Next Que-quiere-decir.com will explain the meaning of rabandola. In the Dominican Republic, the word rabandola is used to mention the lower part of the back, just where it seems that […]

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MMÑ

MÑÑ is one of many slang existing in the Dominican Republic, and although mmñ is a very vulgar word, Que-quiere-decir.com will tell you exactly what mmñ means. The acronym MMÑ refers to the Dominican slang “Mamañema”, and this word is used to tell someone that he is a sucker for male members. That’s right, we must use a family friendly language . […]

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Diantre

What Diantre does diantres mean? Possibly you asked yourself that question right? Well, don’t worry, here we will explain everything you need to know. The term “Diantre” is an expression that indicates extra-sign, that something is not understood or that it is not very credible. This word began to be used as a way to replace the typical “Devil” […]

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Allantar

Allantar is a very popular term used in the Dominican Republic, but if you have doubts about its meaning, here we will explain everything you need to know about the meaning of allantar. Shall we start? Allantar means to distract or to separate; is trying to trick a person into acting that makes them forget what they need to […]

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Papotico

Surely you ever heard someone being called or named as “Papotico”, and especially if you are from the Dominican Republic, but don’t worry, because if you had doubts about what papotico means, que-quiere-decir.com will tell you next.  Papotico! It is a nickname that has gone viral because of a Dominican youtuber creator of content for entertainment, but if you thought that […]

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Diache

Diache is a term widely used in Latin American, especially in the Dominican Republic, Chile and Puerto Rico, although if you are here it is because you have doubts about the meaning of diache, but calm here we will explain what diache means.  The word Diache is used to express amazement at a fact; express disappointment or discontent […]

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Romo

Surely you heard a Dominican say ” Let’s drink Romo “, right? even so, you have doubts about what the word romo means in the Dominican Republic. Don’t worry because well here at Que-quiere-decir.com, we will explain the meaning of romo. In the Dominican Republic the word romo is used to refer to rum or alcohol colloquially, specifically when it comes […]

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Sarruma

In ancient times and with the passage of time there have been many men with different beliefs, different Gods, both in the east and in the west, and “Sarruma” was one of them. Next, in Que-quiere-decir.com we will explain everything about the meaning of Sarruma, including also what Sarruma means in the Dominican Republic. Sarruma or Sharruma is a Hurrian […]

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Demagogo

Demagogo is a word that you have probably heard in the colloquial language of many countries, and as you are here, we will assume that you have doubts about what demagogo means, but calm here at Que-quiere-decir.com, we will explain everything you should know about the meaning of Demagogo. The word “demagogo” comes from two Greek terms, δῆμος […]

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Maipiolo

It is possible that you have already seen or heard this word several times, especially if you live in the Dominican Republic, but if you had doubts about the meaning of maipiolo, here we will explain everything. Maipiolo, is a very popular slang used in the Dominican Republic to refer to a person who is dedicated […]

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