It’s just an affectionate way of calling you “young”. As Gato says, in America, diminutives are used quite often. By the way, my mother had a cousin whose nickname was “Chiquito”.
In Mexican Spanish, Chulo/Chula is the word you want to use when you find something (or someone, but in a friendly, non-sexual, or romantic way) really pretty. Use it to complement part of someone’s outfit or to tell someone you think they’re cute today.
Chulo means “pimp” as a noun, BUT you can also use it as an adjective, meaning cute or cool.
MANDO means “mandatory.”
British English: little /ˈlɪtl/ ADJECTIVE. A person or thing that is small is small. They live in a small house. American English: little /ˈlɪtəl/
Borrowed from English, papi is a Spanish slang term for “daddy” extended as a common pet name such as “buddy” for a friend or “my man” for a romantic partner. p>
English translation. a bit crazy.
Chula is often seen in the phrase mami chula, a Spanish form of “hot mom” for a sexy woman. Its male counterpart is papi chulo, for a “lady’s man”. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Chula and Mami Chula appeared in the lyrics of a number of prominent Latino rappers, including Christopher Rios.
If one’s partner – his Novio or Novia – uses this term or terms like papi to refer to his partner, it would likely be seen as an adjunct or term of endearment. However, when a stranger uses the word mamacita to describe someone, it is perceived as creepy and objectifying.
Bando, American English slang for an abandoned house often used as a drug house.
masculine noun. 1. 1.1 Military politics. Command. the High Command of the Armed Forces — the High Command of the Armed Forces.
Mandolin, colloquial English. Mandopop, pop music in Mandarin Chinese. Mandarin Chinese, the official language of China, Taiwan and Singapore; or all people speaking Mandarin as a group. The Mandalorian (Character), eponymous character from the Star Wars series.
Definition of malo
(Entry 1 of 2) : a loincloth now worn by Hawaiian men only on ceremonial occasions – compare maro.
But the definition of the word “poco” = “small” in English.
British English: big /bɪɡ/ ADJECTIVE. A person or thing that is great is great. She lives in a big house. American English: big /ˈbɪg/