Colloquial expressions often appear to manifest a mood, give a particular explanation, or simply to expose a person for their good or bad action. “Dame Banda” is a well-known and used word daily, would you like to know its meaning? Dame Banda is a colloquial expression in the Dominican Republic that means give me peace of mind, leave me […]
“Perreo intenso”, a phrase very common in Latin countries thanks to the great influence and consumption of songs that belong to the urban genre. Stay at que-quiere-decir.com to learn more about this popular phrase. Perreo, first person conjugation of the verb perrear, neologism that means to dance perreo. Intenso is a masculine adjective of altin intensus, this adjective is synonymous with energetic, strong, powerful […]
“Ponte pa mi” is a very popular phrase in urban areas of the Dominican Republic. This, as a colloquial phrase, is commonly used to attract the attention of the subject to whom it is spoken. The phrase Ponte pa mi is composed in the first part of “ponte “, a word in the second person singular of the imperative to […]
Bellaquita is a fairly popular term among followers of the urban genre, especially reggaeton. It comes from the colloquial term “bellaca” widely used in Puerto Rican slang. Stay at que-quiere-decir.com and learn more about the meaning of bellaquita. In the language of Puerto Rican reggaeton, bellaquita means a person who behaves in a provocative way, insinuating sexual desire. But the original adjective “bellaca”, […]
Verijas in the plural and verija in the singular, is a colloquial term frequently used to indicate a curious human anatomical part. Stay at que-quiere-decir.com so you know more about the meaning of the Verijas. The word Verijas comes from the Latin virillia collective of virilis which means virile. The verija is defined as the part between the last ribs (floating ribs) and the pubic bones. It is […]
Dicolai, a term popularly used as in the Dominican Republic and closely linked to music. Next we will tell you what Dicolai means and some curious information. Shall we start? Dicolai has a very curious origin, since it derives from the Anglo-Saxon word discolight which means disco lights . This is why the origin of this word is attributed to the discolai pronunciation. A dicolai […]
To understand this expression, we must first know what “carajo” means, this being one of the most used words by Latinos, although most do not know its definition. The carajo is the basket-shaped part that is on the highest part of the mast of a ship. This is the place where the crew climbed to be able to […]
Abocarriba is to be with the mouth up, in the supine position, lying down. Get on abocarriba to put the syringe on your butt. I can only sleep abocarriba, because otherwise I feel very uncomfortable. Put that plate abocarriba, because if you put it down, it can get dirty. The word abocarriba is part of […]
To Abombarse is the state of absolute fullness, in which you can no longer eat anymore, although this is not the whole meaning of Abombarse. The adjective Abombado can also be used to refer to the putrefaction process of water, fruit or food. Synonym of Abombarse: rotten, past, damaged, swollen, decomposed You know what Abombarse means .
In the Dominican Republic, you are “Abombao” after having eaten or drunk a lot; when you are completely full or “about to explode”, although something can also be bulged when it is in a state of putrefaction. Synonym of Abombao: full, satisfied, rotten, bloated, potbellied You know what Abombao means.