D slur

The expression “d slur” comes from the English language. It is an abbreviation very frequently used to denote in a derogatory and hateful way, homosexual or lesbian women. This word is a combination of the word “dyke ” and ” slur “. The first ( dyke ), really means ” dike “. But based on colloquial languages, it is associated with the woman’s vulva. Likewise, the word slur is related […]

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Jalete

The word jalete, is an expression that is usually offensive and derogatory in character to point out a person who performs exaggerated actions at the pleasure of another. A jalete is also considered a dragged person or bootlicker. This word can also be attributed to a person who supports the actions of another even if they are wrong or wrong. […]

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Tattle Tales

Tattle Tales is a word that can be translated into a derogatory or offensive expression . In turn, it looks like the title of the new musical repertoire of a singular American singer involved in numerous controversies. Keep reading and know everything that surrounds this combination of phrases. TattleTales is an Anglo-Saxon term composed of the words tattle (gossip) and tales (stories), and its translation into Spanish […]

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Jiripoya

Jiripoya is a common malsonante in Spain, the original term is Gilipolla which is commonly used as an insult. Stay at que-quiere-decir.com so you know the origin of Jiripoya. Jiropoya or better said asshole is a term used to describe a person as stupid or stupid. The origin of this word is linked to the Caló language, a language used by gypsies especially in Spain. […]

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Chapiadora

Chapiadora is a word that has reached a high popularity index in the Dominican Republic, for that reason in que-quiere-decir.com we make known what this adjective is about. The word Chapiadora is born directly from the term“chapeo”; which is native to the northern region of the Dominican Republic and means“cut boil”. From the 2010s on, the word chapiadora takes another concept, in which a woman who takes advantage […]

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MMG

You may have heard this word on the street, or you read it on a social network like Instagram, Facebook, WhatsApp, etc, but if you are here, it is because you do not know or doubt about the meaning of mmg. Here at  Que-quiere-decir.com, we are going to explain what this word means and everything related to it. Let […]

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Palomo

There are words that just by listening to them automatically light our most curious side and encourage us to in fact on them, Palomo has that particularity. This Latin word (palumbus) is a very popular adjective in the Dominican Republic. Next, The Wan Shi Tong Library shows you what it means when a person is rated “Palomo”. The term Palomo is a qualifier of […]

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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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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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