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Monday, November 14, 2005

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Najayo.

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6:07 AM  
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NOMBRES DE PUEBLOS DOMINICANOS EN INGLES

a.. High Thanks Village: Villa Altagracia
b.. Little Drums: Tamboril
c.. The Discovered One: La Descubierta
d.. Haina's Down: Bajos de Haina
e.. Green to Go: Valverde
f.. Give Soap: Dajabon
g.. Houses' Father: Padre Las Casas
h.. Long Plain: Sabana Larga
i.. Mare Plain: Sabana Yegua
j.. Sea Plain: Sabana de la Mar
k.. The Big Rock: El Peñón
l.. Little Henry: Enriquillo
m.. Castle Town: Castillo
n.. Silver Mount: Monte Plata
o.. The Other Side: La Otra Banda
p.. Little Castanet Town: Castañuelas
q.. Hop City: Esperanza
r.. Pharpham's Trees: Las Matas de Farfán
s.. Elias Pinnapple: Elias Piña

CAMPOS DOMINICANOS:

a.. The Blondie's Big Crab: El Cachón de la Rubia
b.. Basket Mouth: Bocacanasta
c.. Hanging Dogs: Ahorca los Perros
d.. Kill Pork: Mata Barraco
e.. The Inside Avocado: El Aguacate Adentro

BARRIOS DOMINICANOS:

a.. Little Gigolo's hole: El hoyo de chulýn
b.. Wet Monkey: Mono mojao
c.. The Pickels: Los Pepines
d.. The Pool of Fly: La Piscina de Moca
e.. Little Slackers: Los Guandulitos
f.. The Three Arms: Los Tres Brazos
g.. The Three Eyes: Los Tres Ojos
h.. The Devil's Ravine: La Caýada del Diablo
i.. Lighthouse village: Villa Faro
j.. Cute Plum: Jobo Bonito
k.. Guava Hand: Mano Guayabo
l.. The Orange Colors: Los Mameyes
m.. Farming Village: Villas Agricolas
n.. Consolation Village: Villa Consuelo
o.. Jane Village: Villa Juana
p.. Frances Village: Villa Francisca
q.. Lost Plain: Sabana Perdida
r.. Kill Hunger: Matahambre

CALLES:

a.. Louis Big Change: Luis Cambiaso
b.. Belt and Big Sider: Correa y Cidron
c.. Jason of the Shell Street: Jacinto de la Concha
d.. Frank Thick Village: Francisco Villaespesa
e.. Jane Jump and Touch Street: Juana Saltitopa


FRASES:

a.. Enjailed by the Mon's Army: Preso por la Guardia de Mon

b.. The Upa's father of the Little Tree: El papa upa de la Matica

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7:17 PM  
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7:18 PM  
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Palm Beach: ¡Puta palma!

7:19 PM  
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7:20 PM  
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Red Cardinal: El cardenal ta caliente

7:21 PM  
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Don´t think of coming back: mal comio no piensa

7:23 PM  
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Akura Sako: El cura en saco

7:26 PM  
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J. Armando Bermúdez: J. cose bermudas

7:28 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

"Bongo le dió a Burundanga, Burundanga le dió a Bernabé, Bernabé le pegó a Puchilanga,
le hincha la narga
y le hincha lo pié...¡Monine!": En el Congo se están matando los monos

7:32 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

Expresion: una presión explosiva

7:33 PM  
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please, come back: ¡venga a hacer pipí!

7:34 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

More coming: Viene Moreno

7:36 PM  
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Monkey Magic: Mi llave es mágica

7:37 PM  
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eggplant: planta de huevos

7:38 PM  
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Mardi Grass: ¡Mardita Grasa!

7:42 PM  
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Killing me: Me ´toy quillando

7:43 PM  
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Evidente rechazo a la mujer: xenofobia

7:57 PM  
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Season: El Hijo del Mar

7:57 PM  
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Lemon Tree: Limoncillo

7:58 PM  
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handbag: Mano vaga

8:01 PM  
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water, Kate: aguacate

8:03 PM  
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waternose: aguanoso

8:04 PM  
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Record: otra cuerda

8:05 PM  
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patient: ¡paga, Chen!

8:07 PM  
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Salty: ¡Salte!

8:08 PM  
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salty water: salte al agua

8:09 PM  
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chop suey: un chopo suizo

8:14 PM  
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chow mein: mi espectáculo

8:15 PM  
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Egg Foo Young: El fullin

8:17 PM  
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Lo Mein: Lo mio

8:17 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

Si quieres decir "fo" de manera delicada: Fish

8:18 PM  
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Tofu Soup: Sopa hedionda

8:19 PM  
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Steamed Rice: Raiza querida

8:20 PM  
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8:22 PM  
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Fong Wan Gai: Fue un pájaro

8:26 PM  
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Mushrooms Veal : Miré Muchas habitaciones

8:31 PM  
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Curry Veal: Lo vi correr

8:32 PM  
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Beef Lo Mein: Vite lo mio?

8:35 PM  
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Moo Goo Gai Pan: Mister Magoo y Peter Pan

8:38 PM  
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Pork Chow Mein: Mi espectáculo es una porqueria

8:39 PM  
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8:40 PM  
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I see it coming: Ay, sí, ahí viene

8:42 PM  
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CHOW MEIN & CHOP SUEY: mi espectáculo y el suyo

8:43 PM  
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Rising Star: Estar con Raiza: Estar Riendo

8:44 PM  
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chop suey with meat: el chopo suizo viene conmigo

8:50 PM  
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Corn Soup: Supe de los cuernos

9:08 PM  
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9:17 PM  
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Crispy Chicken: La Chica de Crispy

9:17 PM  
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Combo Chow Fun: Divertido Combo Show

9:21 PM  
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Beef Chow Fun: Ví el divertido espectáculo

9:22 PM  
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Egg Foo Young: E fuñón

9:26 PM  
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L.A. Force: La Fuerza de la Ley

9:37 PM  
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L.A. Force: El ei fueite

9:38 PM  
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Was Nothing: Tabaná

9:45 PM  
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Zsa Call : Yamasá

9:49 PM  
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Whats Private: En qué priva

9:51 PM  
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She Jam: Jamona

9:52 PM  
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In goat: Enchivao

9:53 PM  
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Up Front: Afrentoso

9:54 PM  
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In tiny ass: Enculillarse

9:55 PM  
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9:56 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

Cheek + feather = Buchipluma
relicked: relambio
beached: playazo
half a chicken: café con leche
goaty: chivirica
bag maker: bultero
A meat trip : un viaje de carne

10:07 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

Brigg and Dina: a lo loco

10:08 PM  
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Turkey Age: Edad del Pavo

10:10 PM  
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Giving Files: Dando Carpeta

10:10 PM  
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Eating Mouth: Escuchar conversación ajena

10:10 PM  
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Take out feet: alejar a alguien

10:12 PM  
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When cuca used to dance: Algo viejo

10:14 PM  
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Flu: Instead of using this word to mention a disease, at the Dominican Republic, a flu is a tuxedo

10:18 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

Rich person: Dominicans always pronounce catchy phrases in order to mention someone´s fortune. Common and most mentioned are: po-pof, fifty-fifty, stand-up nose, etc.

10:22 PM  
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10:25 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

If you listen kids yelling "brush!" and pointing cars in the street, it is no other than a game only known at the Dominican Republic and don´t even try to figure it out.

10:28 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

There is a huge diference in between "chimicuí" and "chimichurri". "Chimicuí" is an insignificant person or a bad smell, whenever you listen to it you´ll have to guess which of this definitions is being used BUT for NO reason let people call you any of these words. "Chimichurri" could be a cheap person but mostly it is used to mention the local hamburguers. DO-NOT-EAT-CHIMICHURRI. DO-NOT-BE-TEMPTED.

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10:51 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

Here comes the most tricky part of the dominican language. Whether "totao" is the masculine form of a pronoun and past tense of the verb "to toast" and means several things such as "a person who is out of fashion, a little dumb or kind of nerd", "well cooked"...the femenine of this verb and pronoun should be "totá" LISTEN WELL, the accent is over the "a" and we strongly suggest to better use "tostada" to avoid any kind of missunderstandings. Please repeat these new words at loud in front of your DOMINICAN teacher for spanish until you have a perfect pronunciation. Any mistake should and must be avoid.

11:04 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

sorry, avoided

11:06 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

Please take notice that a "lambón" is not a sheep or another animal. A "lambón" is a person who always shows uninvited or that is always asking for something.

11:15 PM  
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You may feel bad if someone call you "canchanchán, mayimbe, matatán or bacano" but rest confident that those are compliments and although nobody are pretty sure of their exact meaning, the truth is that they all refer positive to extraordinary people who lead and are nice.

11:24 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

Always go to where the "chercha, can or bonche" is (equals to party) and dominican people will be very glad to have you, if you are not a "lambón", of course. BUT NEVER, NEVER wear the same clothes in a row...dominican people are very nice but they do not understand or tolerate this type of behavior. And yes, they know what you wore last time, and the last before the last time, etc.

11:38 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

"canilla" is used in South America to call a "faucet". At the Dominican Republic, it means your legs are so thin you´ll have to do something about them.

11:41 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

Dominicans love beisbol so much, they named "pitchers" the boys that collect the fees at the local buses, called as well "voladoras". DO-NOT drive or walk near by any of these buses or "carro público" THEY ARE DANGEROUS, I REPEAT, public transportation at the D.R. IS DANGEROUS. It is safer to walk long distances under the 40C (104F) sun than to use public transportation.

11:49 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

"Pariguayo, mangansón, paracaidas, afrentoso, allantoso, aguajero, parejero, fantamoso" are NOT complimentary words. Beware of them.

11:53 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

Dominican cuisine is very creative and varied, you can start with friquitaquis, yaniqueques, barriguitas de vieja, followed by mondongo, patica, orejita, chicharrón or sancocho while drinking a champola, mabí, morirsoñando, frio-frio or guavaberry, also you are invited to ask in a "colmado" for a "cervezuana dressed as a bride" preferably Presidente (they will know what we are talking about) and to finish with wonderful desserts: habichuelas con dulce or "añugaperro". Please be welcome to the most exquisite trip to the bathroom. By eating all the above, you will have a clean colon for the first time in your life, especially if you eat the habichuelas con dulce hot. Thanks for considering the advises of "The Homero Institute".

12:16 AM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

Balad Girl: Former President of the Dominican Republic (1907-2002)(Contribución de Máximo, mi esposo)

11:20 AM  
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Come Back!: Strong suggestion for a cow to eat.
Coming Back: Idem. In present tense.

11:25 AM  
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Beef with Peapods: Visto con ei pipo
Kung Bao Chicken: Esa chica tiene tumbao

11:41 AM  
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Curry Chicken: Carrera de Pollo: Date Prisa, Chica

11:45 AM  
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Cut Out: Línea negra que divide la cabeza del resto del cuerpo por el cuello. Se obtiene luego de hacer mucho ejercicio en lugares polvorientos. A.K.A. Cota.

11:55 AM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

All Goat: Chivato

11:56 AM  
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Come Owl: Bembúo

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11:58 AM  
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Ri Horn: Ricacho

12:00 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

To be: At the D.R. this is not an existencial expression; this words refers to when in order to keep a nice look, you press your hair against your scalp and hold it with pins.

12:03 PM  
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To be or not to be: A common question at the beauty salon.

12:04 PM  
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Sore Throat: In spanish, this should means a nun that likes to party (Sor Trote).

12:06 PM  
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Samwall: Zamuro (Contribución de Máximo)

12:31 PM  
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You Vera: Angry expression for when your mother offers you a spank (Tú verá)

12:33 PM  
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Grass Road: Viagra

12:33 PM  
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Stand Up Comedy: Viagra

12:34 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

Esto me llegó por e-mail, al igual que el de los nombres de pueblos dominicanos en inglés, que no lo dije antes.

"En Rep.Dominicana somos todos animales. Luego de investigar el comportamiento y darme cuenta de la diversidad de especies de animales que somos enuncio lo siguiente:

Cuando Ud. come mucho Ud. es un Buey
Si Ud. es medio asqueroso es un Puerco
Si es Ud. una persona guapa que no le tiene miedo a nadie es un León
Si se sabe manejar bien y sabe salirse siempre con la suya de cuarquier lio Ud. es un Zorro
Si se enamora mucho y tiene muchas mujeres un Gallo
Al ladron se le dice Gato
Persona bruta es un burro o un pedazo de animal (no especifica)
Si es fuerte y robusto es un Toro
Inteligente y muy popular o tambien para llamar a un desconocido un Caballo
Si tiene muchas vivencias y engaña a cualquiera es Ud. un Tigre
Joven alto y estupido un Pavo
Persona con inexperiencia en todo un Palomo
Sino corre mucho cuando juega pelota un Pato
Amanerado tambien Pato
Homosexual es Un pajaro
Al cobarde en Santo Domingo se le LLama Gallina
Si Ud. habla mucho es Un Loro
Si Ud. es de esos que les gusta enamorar mujeres ajenas un Buitre
Mujer fea un Grillo o Cacata
Un malagradecido un Cuervo
Un hobre lindo un Pollo
Una compañia que abusa de sus servicios en santo domingo un Pulpo
Persona vividora Sanguijuela
Si su mujer le es infiel automáticamente de convierte Ud. en un Venao
Feo grande y priento un Gorila
Otro feo un Mono
Una persona muy desconfiada de todo un Chivo
En cualquier situación Ud. se adapta un Camaleon
Si sufre Ud. de mal aliento es pues un Dragon
Mujer mala y chismosa una Serpiente
Si Ud. fuma mucho un murcielago
Una mujer que balile y menea mucho su cuerpo es comparada con una Culebra
Joven muy vivo que aprende rapido es un Potro
Un tipo quedao y desfasado un Raton
Cuando se habla mal del otro se usa la palabra Raton en sustitución del nombre de la persona
Mujer bastante mala una Vivora
Enamora mucho Un pica-flor
Otra persona fea un Maco
Si le sobresalen los ojos es Ud. una Lechuza
Otra mujer mala es una piraña
Una persona con malos sentimientos es en Santo Domingo un Ave de rapiña
un hombre muy malo y mal educado es un perro
despectivo de la mujer perra
Una doña muy gorda es una ballena

Y para terminar...........
cuando queremos darle una virtud positiva a una persona que hace algo muy interesante solemos decir: Ese TIGRE..ES UN CABALLO!!! "

12:45 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

Otro por e-mail que no puede faltar en The Homero Institute:

"Si el sexo oral es bueno... ¿qué tal será el escrito?
Si un abogado enloquece... ¿perderá el juicio?
Si los derechos son reservados... ¿qué pasa con los zurdos?
¿Cuántos pájaros en mano corresponden a 450 volando?
Si una persona es atropellada cada 5 minutos... ¿cómo hace esta persona para aguantar tanto madrazo?
Si los infantes disfrutan de su infancia... ¿los adultos disfrutan del adulterio?
Si hay un "más allá"... ¿habrá un "más acá"?
Si la alberca es honda... ¿el mar será toyota?
¿Qué significa "NBA"? ¿"Negros Bastante Altos"?
¿Qué cuentan las ovejas para dormir?
Si el dinero es la causa de los problemas... entonces ¿para qué frega'os trabajamos?
¿Por qué corremos rápido debajo de la lluvia, si delante también llueve?
Si cuando como huevo se me revienta el hígado... cuando coma hígado ¿se me reventará un huevo?
¿Dónde quedaría la otra mitad del Medio Oriente?
¿Hasta dónde se lavarán la cara los calvos?
¿Por qué al planeta le llaman "Tierra"... si tiene tres cuartas partes de agua?
Por qué "separado" se escribe todo junto... pero "todo junto" se escribe separado?
Si el amor es ciego... ¿por qué la ropa interior es tan popular?
¿Por qué le llamarán "medio ambiente"? ¿Será que ya destruímos la otra mitad?
¿Por qué le llaman "héroe" al que no tuvo tiempo de correr? "

12:47 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

No Wonder: English negative enunciation for Wanda

1:02 PM  
Blogger Sarins said...

Mom don't go :
MONDONGO

Man! GooD! :
MANGU

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9:59 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

monkey jam: jamona

11:52 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

You may get confused with some small words at the Dominican Republic, for instance, "fo" is the correct word for a bad smell but don´t think "fofo" is a strongest smell, it is no more than a chubby person that lacks of exercise!!

11:57 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

When a person, object or place has no class at all you could hear strange and very phonetic words such as: kukiká, carabelita, viralata (this particular word also could be mentioned in front of a dog with no breed definition).

11:59 PM  
Blogger LauraDiaz said...

Spanish dictionaries are not at all effective at the Dominican Republic. For example, if you are in a cafeteria, bar, food shop or restaurant DO-NOT-ASK for a "pajilla, popote or a sorbete" if all you want is a "straw". Take my advice, just ask for a "Calimete" and you´ll be right served. If in the movies and want some pop corn, you could say "rosetas de maiz or palomitas" and be understood but if you say "cocaleca", then everybody will get the idea.

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Blogger Montirul said...

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