Gooba

Surely you already heard the Tekashi 6ix9ine video clip titled “Gooba” and like most, you are wondering what does Gooba mean in Spanish?… Here at The Wan Shi Tong Library we will tell you the meaning of GOOBA and some curiosities. The word Gooba can have several meanings, but they all have a similar concept. Gooba can be synonymous with confused, […]

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ADMV

Surely you have already heard Maluma’s song titled ADMV, but… what do these lyrics mean? If you want to know the meaning of ADMV, we invite you to continue reading. Juan Luis Londoño Arias or better known as ” Maluma “, is a Colombian composer of pop, reggaeton and trap, although this did not stop him on 04/23/2020 from releasing a romantic album […]

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Perreo intenso

“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 […]

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No me ame

No me ame is a negative connotation sentence, made up of a negative adverb that is not , a personal pronoun in the first person which is me and finally by the verb to love that in this sentence is conjugated in the first person. No me ame is also the title of an urban genre song by artist Anuel AA […]

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Ponte pa mi

“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 […]

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Bellaquita

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”, […]

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Hangiar

Hangiar is a term used in Puerto Rico that means to go outside with your people. This has its etymology of the word Hang Out, from the English language, which in Spanish means hanging or hanging out. It is popular that this term is used among Spanish-speaking Latin American youth, they use it when they go out […]

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Yo perreo sola

Surely these here for Bad Bunny , right? … You’re not the only person who is asking that means yo perreo sola. Don’t worry, because at the Wan Shi Tong Library we give you the meaning of everything you need. As you can see in the Bad Bunny video titled “Yo perreo sola”, perreo is nothing more than a dance […]

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Pomposo

Although  Pomposo is a colloquial term, it has its origin from the Latin pomposus which means luxurious. This word is made up of the noun pompa synonym of courtship and the suffix – oso similar to abundance. The word Pomposo is a term used to describe something as striking, bulky. For example: What a Pomposo car the neighbor has. I get Pomposo to go visit […]

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Trucho

The word Trucho can be found in countries like Spain, Bolivia, Argentina, Chile, Colombia and the Dominican Republic, but in some of these countries, the  meaning of trucho  is completely unique. That said, we invite you to continue reading so you know what trucho means in each country. Shall we start? Trucho meaning in Dominican Republic The definition of trucho in the […]

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