Nini

The term “nini ” is used in many Spanish-speaking countries to refer to a person, generally young, who neither studies nor works. It is an expression that can be considered offensive or derogatory. The RAE does not have records regarding this term, however, it is being studied to consider adding it. Until now, it is said that the RAE is calling its […]

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GTL

“Gtl” is an acronym that represents innumerable institutions , brands, processes , among others. However, its greatest connotative force is attributed to the English words ” Gym-Tanning-Laundry “ , which translates to ” Gym, tanning and laundry .” This is a very popular life routine promoted by the renowned television series “ Jersey Shore” . GTL and Jersey Shore The North American series “ Jersey Shore” is based on a group of 8 Italian-American […]

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Leah

Leah (Lea or Lía) is a very common feminine given name in countries like Ireland or Germany. According to its Hebrew origin, this name translates to “tired.” There is no clear origin on the origin of this word, but it is said that it comes from the Romanized Hebrew ” la’ah” which translates to “tired.” It can also be an analogy from ancient Mesopotamia that […]

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Ava

The word “Ava” is very common in female names from Hispanic American countries . It has a Hebrew connotation that translates to “she who gives life.” It is said that it comes from the word eve, which comes from the Hebrew chavah which means “life.” However, different meanings have emerged for this term, some relate it to life or water. Others point out that it […]

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Tutu

Tutu, are called birds of prey very similar to the hawk and with green and blue plumage. As tutu, he is known to an adored god of Egypt, considered protector of the Egyptians 600 years ago BC The statue of tutu, is represented as a lion with the head of a human, or vice versa, a human body with the […]

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Tiki

In the cultures of Polynesia (a sub-region made up of more than a thousand islands in the Pacific Ocean), the large statues of the human figure are known as tiki , which are sometimes built to define spiritual or sacred sites. In the United States , this word is related to bars and restaurants. North Americans have adopted part of the culture to decorate these places with brightly […]

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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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Punani

Worldwide the female sexual organ receives more nicknames than a person could ever have in their lifetime. The origin of the word is a bit confusing since, on the one hand, it is found that the etymology comes from the Hawaiian as: celestial flower, which separately would be as follows: Pua, which means flower. Nani, […]

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Yaya

On the internet, there are a lot of meanings for the word Yaya, although it is not really clear what it means, there are 3 concise concepts about its definition. Concept number 1: In some Latin American countries such as Chile and Colombia, Yaya refers to a skin lesion. The lesions are superficial or small wounds, […]

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6ix9ine

Surely you have ever heard about 6ix9ine or found yourself in the news some headline with this word and you have no idea what it means. Here we will tell you everything about this combination of signs and their meaning. 6ix9ine is a combination of numbers and letters with an Anglo-Saxon meaning, which is written in English in this […]

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