Originally posted by scacchipazzoMeans sea elephant dentist.
Just a small example of how you can make up new words. Means sea elephant dentist.
I also like baboso, imbecil, tarugo, ulular, pavor, dedazo, pichonear, cachondo, semilla, acero, guisante, remilgoso and on and on!
Originally posted by scherzoAbsolutely! They are surrounded by paquidermos marinos. They're everywhere! I thougth it was a funny word. There are innumerable words, some archaic, some simply fallen by the wayside by misuse, disuse, etc. I love words like: carniceria, cantina, Cantinflas, cantinflesco, clavo, calvo, cisticerco, cenicienta, centavo, cascarrabias, coterraneo, coscolina, cizote.
[b]Means sea elephant dentist.
I'm sure that that's a big part of their vocabulary. 😉[/b]
Originally posted by pawnhandlerChapultepec, rompecabezas, rascacielos. Don't ask why the latter two are pluralized. Here's a few more pretty words: