- 1 How do you say lazy in Spanish slang?
- 2 How do you say silly in Mexico?
- 3 What is a Chumaco?
- 4 Is Tonto a swear word?
- 5 What is the English of Bobo?
- 6 Is Huevona a bad word?
- 7 What is Baga in Spanish?
- 8 What does Webona mean in Spanish?
- 9 What is a Chistoso?
- 10 What does Poco Loco?
- 11 What is No Manches mean?
- 12 What does Kayate mean in Spanish?
How do you say lazy in Spanish slang?
Hueva in Mexican Spanish is slang for ‘laziness’, as well as literally meaning ‘roe’ or ‘spawn’.
How do you say silly in Mexico?
Güey – Dumb / Silly In Mexican Spanish, güey or wey is one of the most popular ways to say ‘dumb’. Since this is a slang word, it’s only suitable for informal situations. With this meaning, ‘güey’ is close in meaning to ‘dumb’, ‘silly’, ‘idiot’ or ‘fool’ and it’s commonly used to describe people.
What is a Chumaco?
2 (novio) boyfriend /girlfriend. Translate chumaco using machine translators.
Is Tonto a swear word?
It is exactly the same as calling someone “fool”. Sometimes is offensive and sometimes it is not. ‘Tonta’ I think is a playful word because my ex-sister-in-law calls me ‘tonta’.
What is the English of Bobo?
Word forms: bobo, boba. adjective. (= tonto) silly ⧫ stupid.
Is Huevona a bad word?
In venezuela it is a really dirty word, and even if it’s used in a friendly way, it´s not nice to hear about. Another meaning (the not friendly one) could be “someone who is silly or lazy”.
What is Baga in Spanish?
Spanish term or phrase: baga. English translation: sling.
What does Webona mean in Spanish?
The word can be spelled either huevona or güevona and, yes, it does mean ‘ lazy ‘. These are the feminine form. The masculine form can be spelled huevón or güevón.
What is a Chistoso?
Chistoso(a) is only “Funny,” but it can also be used sarcasticly, ie: “¡Ay sí, tú, que chistoso!” – somewhat of a polite way of calling someone a clown.
What does Poco Loco?
little crazy. More meanings for poco loco. dizzy adjective.
What is No Manches mean?
No mames is crude Spanish slang used to express disbelief (both positive and negative) or excitement. Used especially among Mexican Spanish speakers, the exclamation corresponds to “No way!”, “You’re kidding me!”, or “Stop messing with me!”.
What does Kayate mean in Spanish?
votes. cállate means to shut up.