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What does Shimunead mean?

What does Shimunead mean?

“The Italian American Slang Word of the Day!” Shimunead! SHIMUNEAD (Shim MU need) – Stupid, as in don’t be!

What does Gagootz mean in Italian slang?

— If you’re on Staten Island and you hear someone ask, “Ay, what are you, GAGOOTZ?” It means your “crazy in the head.” But if you’re in, say, a mature, Italian-American gentleman’s garden, that “gagootz” refers to a long, hanging squash typically harvested in August.

What does it mean when Italians say Marrone?

Marone – (Southern Italian dialect) – literally “Madonna” (i.e. – the Blessed Virgin Mary, not the pop star), generally used as “damn” or “damn it”. Sometimes pronounced “ma don”.

What does Musciad mean?

musciad – mushy (musciata/ammosciato) [moo-SHYAAD] moosh-miauw – very mushy (musciata miau) [moosh-meow]

What does Shem mean in Italian?

“The Italian American Slang Word of the Day!” is SHEM! SHEM (SH EM) – Stupid, short for Shimunead!

What does Shem mean South Africa?

Shame / Shem Pronounced: sh-em. A much-used phrase to express all kind of emotions like sympathy, empathy, tenderness or regret.

What does the Italian word Fongool mean?

But fongool (also fangool) is not, as it might appear here, a word to describe people. It is an Americanized version of Italian profanity. The original phrase is Va’ a fare in culo, often shortened to vaffanculo, or just fanculo. This literally means “go do it in an ass” and is similar to the English phrase fuck you.

What is Italian Stunad?

New Word Suggestion. [Italian slang] a stupid person.

What does Fugazi mean in Italian?

Fugazi, some claim, is Italian for “fake,” and although I can find no Italian dictionary that confirms this, I think we should keep it, and urge Italo-phones everywhere to do the same. It is richly gratifying to pronounce, an amphibrach that feels equal parts obscenity and absurdity.

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What does chooch mean in Italian?

Yes, Chooch means “a person without common sense” in Italian slang, from the word ciuccio, from which “chooch” is derived. However, in the south of Italy, Chooch also means donkey, something akin to the American slang of similar meaning, or in other words, an “idiot”.