What does SAPA mean in Colombia?

What does sapa mean?

Sapa, a slang word that has been reigning in Nigeria to describe a state of brokenness and extreme poverty, especially after extravagant spending.

How do you say dude in Colombia?

Man / Vieja

The English word “man”, but pronounced in a Colombian way, is a widespread label for a “guy” or a “dude”. The term “vieja”, which technically means “old woman”, is, in reality, used to talk about women between the ages of about 15 and 50.

How do you say cool in Colombia?

“Chévere” is a popular word for “cool” that is heard throughout Colombia, though it is not exclusive to that country.

What does Zaddy mean in slang?

“Zaddy” is a uniquely modern twist on “daddy,” meaning a dude with swagger or style.

How do Colombians say beautiful?

Mamacita / Papasito. Weirdly, Colombians use the terms for “little mum” and “little dad” as slang for an attractive woman or man. A number of other very similar words to “mamacita” and ”papsito” – like “mamasota” / “papasote”, “mami” and “mamita” – also have pretty much the same meaning.

How do Colombians say hello?

The common verbal greeting is “Buenos dias” (Good day), “Buenas tardes” (good afternoon) or “Buenas noches” (good evening/night) depending on the time of day. The formal title to greet people with is ‘señor’ (mister) for men and ‘señora’ (missus) for women.

What does Nena mean in Colombia?

Anyone who sees the video Nena by the Colombian band Bloque, even once, will be quite certain that the word nena means “baby.” It can also be translated “babe,” as in, “hey babe, get me a beer.” Nena is the feminine form of nene, which has the same meaning but is used when referring to a male.

What does bizcocho mean in Colombia?

Hi, in Colombia we also call “bizcocho” to a good-looking person. It has two connotations: a sexual one, or a friendly one.

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