What does ‘dito’ mean in Spanish?

There’s this girl from the DR who often says “Aww dito, ” whenever she sees something cute or sad. I was just wondering what “dito” actually meant…

Update:

No, ange, that’s “ditto”. I’m referring to dito (dee-toe) in Spanish. The chick is speaking Spanish.

No, ange, that’s “ditto”. I’m referring to dito (dee-toe) in Spanish. The chick is speaking Spanish.

2 Answers

  • ↔i N t E r GaLaCtiCa↔
    1 month ago

    “dito” is a short version of “bendito” which means blessed,

    But in this case it’s just an expression similar to “Oh my god” or “poor thing!”

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    it means “same here”

    for example “i love this purse” “dito”

    kinda get it

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