Mexican friend calls me nina. What does that mean?
I tried looking up nina and got a bunch of different meanings. What does nina mean to a mexican/in spanish? Sorry for the ignorant question.
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nina-(neenya)/(nina)=girl or little girl
nino-(neenyo)/(nino)=boy or little boy
dont worry your question wasnt ignorant
i mean I was walking down my street this one
day and all these spanish men kept on calling me
gochina and they all stared and waved and smiled
at me and whistled. I thought it was a compliment and
waved back and interacted with them. until I went to
school and learned about "Bayos des Gochino)
which is also The Bay of Pigs. I was angry
but a few days later laughed it off.
anywhoo yeah sorry about my
little story. that is the def. of
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I couldn't help but answer this even though it was asked forever ago. Especially if it's a romantic friend or a friend who is protective over you maybe, it's possible he's called you Nena (Nay-Nuh), which is like saying Baby - not like an infant but it's an affectionate term rather than "niña" which is more like saying 'hey girl.' The other answers are probably what you were looking for but thought I might bring it up.