what does “me muero” mean?

is it a word in spanish?

I couldn’t find it in the dicitionary.

and I thought I heard the singer Utada said something like this word doesn’t exist, is that true?

6 Answers

  • Vale -Michael,another part of me
    1 month ago

    Hi, it depends on the context in which it is said!

    Literally it means: I am dying, but if you say for example:

    – me muero por verte = it means that you can’t wait to see a person = I can’t wait to see you

    – me muero por el celos = I am dying because of jealousy = I am devastated by jealousy

    hope it helps.


  • Hikaru-chan
    1 month ago

    Me muero means I’m dying from the spanish verb Morir-To die, you should find it that way in the dictionary xD

    Good luck! ^_^

  • GrahamH
    1 month ago

    “Me muero” – “I’m dying”; the literary form would be “muero” without the “me” but the verb form “morirse” is very common in colloquial speech. It can, in particular, but used figuratively: for example, “Me muero de hambre” – “I’m starving”. “I’m dying of hunger”;

  • Witch, please!
    1 month ago

    me muero means i’m dying. and if its followed by por… it means i’m dying to..

    ex: me muero por besarte = i’m dying to kiss you

  • ?
    1 month ago

    It is a word in spanish and it means i’ll die.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Two words! look for them separate

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