Diccionario de Reggaeton
Compilacion por David Tamayo, Reggaetonline.net
For a male, someone that bullies or abuses others. For a
Fuego: Really cool, when something
is off the hook.
Acapella: Singing without any background music or beat.
Someone dressed very sharp. Looking good,
Aka:. AK 47
Callao: This is a word used when
you want the crowd to go wild,
Garete: when someone or something
(like a party) goes wild or
A puppet, someone used to do one’s business, henchmen.
This is like saying “my crew”,
“my gang” or when
Euphoric, at the peak of the euphoria under the influence
Having the courage to do or say something, in other words
Backeo: Slang for the word “back up”.
Bananas: another way of saying “cool, nice.”
Someone horny, with a great sexual desire. Related
a girl that is full of it, or believes she’s above everybody
Bicho: male sexual organ.
Bichote(a): the guy in charge of a group, a head honcho or a pimp.
Blin Blin: “Bling” or Jewelry.
Blinblineo: Showing off the bling. Showing flashy, excessive jewelry.
Boconear: to snitch, dime or rat someone out. Talking too much.
Buduska: an overweight female.
Bugarron: the “male” figure in a homosexual couple.
made fun of, when someone is made a fool of or is taken
A boss of an organization. Someone that can
To give oral sex. Related words: Cabezeo, capotear,
Camón: Someone that has a been sexually active for a long.
Candela: fire or flame, heat, pasion.
a cool cat. Someone dress nice, looking good. Being the best
the hunt. It could mean a hunt for a partner but mostly it is
Caserio: The hood, the barrio, the projects.
To dance reggaeton. In a car, to hit the throttle. In a
Charro: Someone that’s ridiculous, a dumb person. Related word: Pera.
Choca: when something bothers your thoughts and makes you think.
Chocha: female sex organ.
to have sex with someone. Related words: (te) clave, clavo;
an african american. Used to describe a dark skinned
Cónsul: a good, close, or very tight friend.
a prostiture. Related words: Parga, Sata, Ingra, Geisha,
a group of friends, a gang that’s always together, someone’s
Dembow: a rythm used to describe reggaeton’s beat.
to be stalking, following, or haunting. Related words:
lie(s), a false argument, instigation. Related words: fequero(a),
Flow: style, rythm, lyrics; A continuation of these mentioned words.
a word derived from “frontin’.”
This means talking too
A hit made to a horse with a whip. This is used to describe
Full(s): the automatic rifles, auto-fire weapons, A-Ks.
Gangster: a mobster. A bad-ass.
Gatillero: a killer , someone that can pull the trigger for money.
Gato(a): a guy or girl, like calling someone “a cat.”
Girlas ('Guirlas'): the girls. Related words: yal, gal, gatitas.
Guasa: Also a lie, or someone that talks lies and too much.
Grindin’. To dance really closely. Related words:
Guillaera: attitude, to think highly of oneself. Related words: Guillar.
Someone that believes he/she is something they are not.
Hanguear: to hang out.
Inyectando: Instigating, provoking others.
Ir a to'a: doing something at any cost.
Someone indigenous to rural parts or with native tribes’ blood.
league, as in comparison. Related words: talla, competencia,
Masacote: large penis.
Medio Posillo: Short amount of lyrics.
/ limones: (females) large chest/
small chest, using fruits to
Metal: hand guns, pistols. Related word: (la) corta.
Something weird or extrange. Scheming something that
Pasto: the herb, marihuana.
keeping an eye out, watching out, on the lookout. Related
to be widely famous, to be heard everywhere. Related words:
El Perro: AIDS.
a way to describe how reggaeton is danced. The word means
dancing reggaeton. Related words: Perreando, guayar,
Pichaera: to ignore someone, to turn away from someone.
Plasta: in other words, a “pile of @$!&.” A singer that is no good.
Rankea'o(a): to be famous and to be on top of everybody.
a fight, confusion, or a commotion. Related words: Rebulu,
Relajando: Messing around, playing around, goofing off.
to talk big, to talk highly and brag about oneself to other
the music, the rythm, the party. Related words:
a friend, a connection. It could be used sarcastically to
Suelto(a): a male or female who is “easy” or loose.
Lyrical attack or war. It is used to gain fame or impose
Tirar: To diss, embarras or offend someone.
Depending on how it is said, it could mean to fall in love, or
a trick, to trick or fool someone. Related words: trambuqueo,
Tripear: to trip as in “tripping”, to act foolish or say things that are not.
Sin Jockey: single; without a boyfriend/alone with out a male escort.
Yal(es): a term referring to women