What does the word wapo mean in Spanish ?

What does wapo mean in Spanish

11 Answers

  • Laurence
    9 days ago

    The sound “w” in Spanish is always wrtten “gu”, e.g. Uruguay is pronounced ooroowy.

    “Wapo” is spelled “guapo” and means handsome. During the long Spanish occupation of southern Italy the inhabitants picked up this word and used it to describe themselves. Unkind English visitors mispelled it as “wop” and used it as a pejorative term for any Italian.

  • conaway
    5 days ago

    Wapo Spanish

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  • Mollykinz =0
    9 days ago

    i don’t think thats a word in spanish. I think you mean “guapo” They say it like wapo sometimes. It means Handsome.

  • ?
    9 days ago

    Is guapo (only used for men).

    It means Handsome or good looking.

    For example. Brad Pitt es guapo.

    Brad Pitt is handsome.

    BUT wapo is guapo written in chat-speak (misspelled)

  • ?
    5 days ago

    Most of these are unique to the Spanish language and have no English translation, EXCEPT to the following: frijoles = beans arroz = rice pollo = chicken pavo = turkey rosticeria = It makes me think it’s like saying rostisserie but it might be barbeque taqueria = Something to so with tacos jugo = juice agua mineral = mineral water sin hielo = no (or without) ice (when you order a drink) tomales = tamales (I never heard of tomales)

  • polenta
    9 days ago

    I suppose you mean GUAPO.

    In Spain it could mean a good-looking man or a handsome one. In the River Plate area it’s a man who is brave and a little bit a troublemaker

  • Anonymous
    4 days ago

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  • Anonymous
    9 days ago

    i think you mean “guapo” in english i believe it means “pretty” but in english sounds girly so you can translate it to “hot”

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