Adios

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Adios (slang) Type: exclamation, slang Pronunciation: /ad-eoos/ Also spelled or known as: Adiós What does Adios mean? Spanish for Goodbye. Example sentence: “Adios, i’ll see yall tomorrow.” Adios in songs: “Get this fuckin’ audio out my Audi, yo, adios‘ – Eminem, The Ringer. “Grrt, bah-bah Make a nigga go adiós” – 6ix9ine, GOOBA. “Yo soy […]

Anime

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Anime (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /ani-meh/ What does Anime mean? Any animation originating from Japan. Anime Synonyms: Manga Example sentence: “My shorty loves watching anime.” Anime in songs: “I’m a real ass nigga, y’all boys is anime Characters, I will embarrass you” – Denzel Curry, Bloodshed. “Boy, these bullets get drawn like anime I’ma […]

Barrio

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Barrio (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /ba-rio/ What does Barrio mean? Spanish for “neighborhood“. Barrio Synonyms: Hood, Block Example sentence: “I’m the most known guy in my barrio.” Barrio in songs: “Crazy barrio spot, we rock shit a lot, Ph.D.” – Nas, Represent. “Riding in the barrio, Huff and puff blowing kush in Huf clothing […]

Bonita

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Bonita (slang) Type: adjectives, slang Pronunciation: /bone-e-tah/ What does Bonita mean? Spanish for “Pretty” or “Beautiful”. Bonita Synonyms: Hermosa Example sentence: “I was just chilling with my bonita.” Bonita in songs: “A divine leader, shine brighter, bonita mami meeter” – Nas, Nas Album Done. “Mamma mia, tu eres bonita” – Slim Jxmmi, Up In My […]

Califas

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Califas (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /ka-li-fas/ Also spelled: Kalifas Also known as: Cali What does Califas mean? California. Califas Synonyms: Cali, Kali Example Sentence: “Califas has good weather.” Califas in songs: “Fine mamacita, Only in Califas” – Damizza, Cruzin’. “Comin after you from San Diego, Southern Califas” – Lil Rob, Mexican Gangster. more terms […]

Casa

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Casa (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /cas-ah/ Related: Mi casa su casa, Mi casa es su casa What does Casa mean? Spanish for “House” or “Home”. Casa Synonyms: Pad, Villa, Crib, Lou, Spot, Cribo Example sentence: “I bought a new casa for the fam.” Casa in songs: “Uh, I just want a Picasso, In my […]

Cholo

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Cholo (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /cho-lo/ Plural: Cholos What does Cholo mean? A Mexican gangster. Cholo Synonyms: G Example sentence: “I see you banging lil cholo.” Cholo in songs: “Whole head tattooed like a fucking Cholo” – YG, I’m Good. “Hit my plug, that’s my cholo” – O.T. Genasis, Coco. “Did my re-up la […]

Chota

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Chota (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /choo-tah/ Also known as: The Chota What does Chota mean? Police, cops or law enforcement. Chota Synonyms: 12, Feds, 5-0, Popo, Pigs, Coppas, Jakes, Elroys, Boys in blue Example sentence: “The kids on the block ran from Chota.” Chota in songs: “Fuck a chota, I still gotta eat fool” […]

Ese

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Ese (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /essay/ Also spelled: Esé Plural: Eses What does Ese mean? A very close friend. Ese Synonyms: Homie, Vato, Slime, Buddy, Homeboy, Broski, Dawg, Bro, Gang Example sentence: “I’m watching the soccer game with my vato today.” Ese in songs: “Babe, don’t call me ese but I love it when […]

Hermosa

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Hermosa (slang) Type: adjectives, slang Pronunciation: /her-mow-sah/ What does Hermosa mean? Spanish for “Gorgeous” or “Beautiful”. Hermosa Synonyms: Bonita Example sentence: “Hey Hermosa, want to go to dinner sometime?” Hermosa in songs: “Yelling, “viva Puerto Rico”, all my bitches es hermosa” – Nicki Minaj, Krippy Kush (Remix). “I tell her, “Come here, girl you’re very […]

Homes

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Homes (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /hoems/ What does Homes mean? A good and close friend. Homes Synonyms: Road dawg, Brodie, Day one, Kiko, Home skillet, Homie, Homeboy, Homegirl, Broski, Dawg, Bro, Gang, Bredrin, Woe, Whoadie, Road dog, Brody Example sentence: “What’s the vibes, what are we doing today homes?” Homes in songs: “Boy, I’m […]

La vida loca

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La vida loca (phrase) Type: noun, slang, phrase Pronunciation: /lah-vee-dah-lo-ka/ What does La vida loca mean? Spanish for “the crazy life”. Example sentence: “We went to Miami to live la vida loca.” La vida loca in songs: “God bless my crazy life la vida loca homie livin’ that thug life” – 2Pac, M.O.B.. “Every line is kosher, livin’ […]

Loco

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Loco (slang) Type: adjective, slang Pronunciation: /low-ko/ What does Loco mean? Spanish for “insane or crazy“. Loco Synonyms: Crazy Example sentence: “My main chick is loco like my side.” Loco in songs: “If you snitchin’ I go loco” – O.T. Genasis, CoCo. “Ain’t no telling when this chokehold, On this game will end, I’m loco” […]

Mami

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Mami (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /mahm-e/ Also spelled or known as: Mammy Related: Papi What does Mami mean? 1. Spanish for Mommy. 2. Spanish slang for an attractive woman. Mami Synonyms: Mamacita Example sentence: “How’s it going mami.” Mami in songs: “Wait for my cue and just listen, play my position Like a shortstop, […]

Mi casa su casa

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Mi casa su casa (phrase) Type: phrases, slang Pronunciation: /me-cas-ah-sue-ca-sa/ Also known as or spelled: Mi casa es su casa Related: Casa What does Mi casa su casa mean? Spanish for “My house (is) your house”. Casa Synonyms: Pad, Villa, Crib, Lou, Spot, Cribo Example sentence: “I have room for you, you know mi casa […]

No bueno

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No bueno (phrase) Type: adjective, phrase, slang Pronunciation: /no-bweh-no/ Related: Bueno What does No bueno mean? Spanish for not good or no good. No bueno Synonyms: Fufu, Fu, Foo, Trash, Ass, Whack Example sentence: “The meal we had tonight was no bueno.” No bueno in songs: “Rag on the steering column nigga, buck a bill […]

Papi

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Papi (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /pap-e/ Also spelled or known as: Pappy Related: Mami What does Papi mean? Spanish for Daddy. Papi Synonyms: Pappy Example sentence: “She said “i’m on my way papi“.” Papi in songs: “She keep it juicy just for papi Call me Buffy with the body” – Doja Cat, Juicy. “Bend […]

Pesos

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Pesos (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /peh-sos/ Related: Peso Singular: Peso What does Pesos mean? 1. Spanish money. Pesos Synonyms: Guala, Guap 2. The basic unit of money of several Latin-American countries (Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Guinea-Bissau, the Philippines, and Uruguay.) Example sentence: “We were in Mexico City counting a lot […]

Puto

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Puto (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /pu-toh/ Related: Puta What does Puto mean? 1. Spanish for a male prostitute. 2. Spanish for a faggot or coward. Puto Synonyms: Bitch, Peon Example sentence: “That puto tried to take my drink.” Puto in songs: “Don’t move like a puto Could at least keep it a buck like […]

Rappeur

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Rappeur (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /rap-eur/ Also spelled or known as: Rapper What does Rappeur mean? Rapper in French. Rappeur Synonyms: Rapper, Spitter, Spitta Example sentence: “We linked up with the rappeur after the show.” Rappeur in songs: “FFHOR, t’es grave en chien, comme Émile Louis Laounizi Le premier rappeur pointeur, double Uzi pour […]

Steelo

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Steelo (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /stee-lo/ Also spelled or known as: Stilo What does Steelo mean? Spanish for Style. Steelo Synonyms: Stilo Steelo Origin: Steelo or “estilo” is spanish for style. Example sentence: “I got a lot of steelo, shorty knows that.” Steelo in songs: “Y’all know my steelo, with or without the airplay” […]

Vato

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Vato (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /vah-toe/ Plural: Vatos What does Vato mean? A very close friend. Vato Synonyms: Homie, Ese, Slime, Buddy, Homeboy, Broski, Dawg, Bro, Gang Example sentence: “I’m watching the soccer game with my vato today.” Vato in songs: “Sipping Coronas with my vato” – Gucci Mane, Trap House 3. “You do […]

Zapatos

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Zapatos (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /za-pa-tos/ What does Zapatos mean? Spanish for Shoes. Zapatos Synonyms: Sneakers, Sneaks, Creps Example sentence: “Why are you driving without zapatos?“ Zapatos in songs: “Big chop knock a nigga out zapatos Still getting queso like nachos” – Uno, Ambjaay. “Party like a vato, shots of the blanco Guaranteed to […]