The Alternative Spanish Dictionary: pijo, pija

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Main form pijo, pija
Transcribed form
Pronunciation
Grammatical description noun, masc. or fem.
Strength neutral / common slang
Translation penis
Literal translation
Note As an adjective ("Un niño pijo" "Una tia pija") means snob, snooty.
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