Spanish Puerto Rico

las sinsoras

Word USED On Occasion BY Some Peopl

Something far away.

“Es por allá, por las sinsoras.”

“It’s over there, by the sinsoras.”

Spanish Puerto Rico


Word USED Frequently BY Everyone

(scraggly cat) • A pelagato is a someone unimportant. It is used to reffer to someone who doesn’t matter.

"Fui a la fiesta pero allí lo.que había era 4 pelagatos."

"I went to the party, but what was there were four scraggly cats."

Spanish Puerto Rico

Anda pa'l!

Interjection USED Very frequently BY Everyone

"Anda pa'l" is a short version of the word "Anda pa'l carajo" which is expressed when something is shocking or unbelievable.

"Me cobraron $3,000 por el arreglo del carro" "Anda pa'l, que caro"

"They charged me $3,000 to fix my car" "Holy shit, that's expensive"


Spanish Puerto Rico


Slang USED On Occasion BY Some People

A beating.

"Le voy a dar una catimba a esa señora."

"I'm going to give that lady a beating."


Spanish Puerto Rico


Word USED On Occasion BY Most People

A far away place, often isolated.

“¡Diablos! ¡Eso queda en el jurutungo!” “Tú vives en el jurutungo.”

“Damn! That’s very far away!” “You live too far away.”


Spanish Puerto Rico

¡ea, rayo!

Expression USED On Occasion BY Adults

(oh devil!) • Equivalent to saying “oh, shucks!”.

"¡Ea, rayo! Se me olvidó lavar la ropa."

"Oh, shucks! I forgot to do laundry."

Spanish Puerto Rico


Word USED Frequently BY Everyone

(n.) • Money.

"Necesito chavos pa' comprar ese anillo."

"I need money to buy that ring."

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Spanish Puerto Rico

Está lloviendo a cántaros

Expression USED On Occasion BY Adults

It's the equal for the English version of "pouring" when it's raining. A "cántaro" is a big clay pitcher, used to store great amounts of water.

"¿Está lloviendo hoy?" "Sí, a cántaros."

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