What is a Gagootz?
— 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 is a Scumbari?
scumbari – disheveled (scumbari) [shkoom-baa-REE] sigilian’ – Sicilian (siciliano) [sih-jeel-YAAN] sorda – money (soldi) [SOAL-dee] sorda – sister (sorella) [SOAR-duh] spasciad’/scasciad’ – not talking (to someone) (spacciato/spasciau) [spaa-SHAAD]
What does Jadrool mean?
Jadrool meaning Filters. (slang, US, Italian American) A loser; a bum.
What does Fongool in Italian 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 does cucuzza mean in Italian?
“Googootz” is also the Italian slang for “zucchini,” and refers to a squash-like vegetable that Italians and Italian-Americans grow called cucuzza. Cucuzza is an Italian summer vegetable that is eaten and prepared like a zucchini. Unlike zucchini, it’s not a true squash; it is a gourd.
What does Piso mean in Italian?
piso translation | Spanish-Italian dictionary
|piso||nm.||rivestimento per pavimenti|
|piso superior||nm.||piano di sopra|
|primer piso||nm.||primo piano|
What is a Mort Italian slang?
morto. Noun. ∙ fatality; death (incidente – uomo)
What is a Gavone?
But it almost always refers to an older friend or associate who acts in the role of protector or mentor. Gavone: Also cafone, which translates as “boor.” This country-bumpkin designation usually implies crude manners. Correct usage: “Don’t be a gavone and eat all the cannoli.”