What do Venezuelans call each other?
2) Chamo/chama [vocative]
Literal translation: it comes from the English “chum”. This is a word used to describe your close friends. Venezuelans don’t usually say the word amigo (friend), they would rather use one of these three words when referring to a close friend: chamo, pana, marico.
What does Chimba mean in Venezuela?
Chimba: Cool, great.
How do you say dude in Venezuela?
1. Chamo/a. This one means “bro,” or “dude,” except you can make it female.
How do you say mad in Venezuela?
Arrecho can mean “angry” or “furious”, but it can also mean “awesome,” or “amazing”. The word “arrechisimo” is used when something is reall, really awesome, or someone is really, really mad.
How do Venezuelans say hello?
The polite and traditional verbal greetings are ‘Buenos Días’ (Good Morning), ‘Buenas Tardes’ (Good Afternoon) and ‘Buenas Noches’ (Good Evening). People are expected to greet the oldest person first in group situations. …
How do you say thank you in Venezuela?
Gracias– Thank you. ¿ Cuánto cuesta? -How much is it? Hola -Hi. Chao- Bye.
What does Cucho mean?
(informal) adjective (Mexico) (= deprimido) gloomy ⧫ depressed.
How do you say bad words in Venezuela?
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- Güebón. Güebón means “retarded, stupid”. …
- Arrecho. …
- Hacerse la Paja. …
- Pajúo. …
- Pendejo. …
What is up in Venezuela slang?
In Venezuela “pana” means “friend, pal, buddy, mate”. If you want to say “Juan is my buddy” you can say “Juan es mi pana”. If a Venezuelan says “¿Que hay mi pana?” he means “What’s up mate/buddy?”.