What does ola seja vinda amiga beijo mean?
Hi, you are welcome my friend, kisses.
Hello, you are welcome.
You are welcome my friend ( female)
"Bem vinda" is the way you word say "Welcome" to a woman."Bem vindo" is for a man."Bem vindas" is for multiple women."Bem vindos" is for multiple men.
"Um beijo" means literally "a kiss." In a lot of places in Brazil, people greet by kissing. An internet abbreviation you'll see of that would be "bjo."
I wonder that you meant "Bem-vindo(a) à Inglaterra, which means "Welcome to the England".
You are welcome
May you be mine.
Beijos - "Kisses"
Kisses, my love.
You are welcome to my suite.
"Hello, I was thinking about you"
The English equivalent of the Portuguese sentences 'To bom. Quando eu estiver para baixo eu te ligo. Beijo' is the following: I'm well. Whenever I get back down there, I'll call you. Kisses. The word-by-word translation is the following: 'to' means '[I] am'; 'bom' 'well'. 'quando' 'whenever'; 'eu' 'I'; 'estiver' '[I] will be'; 'para baixo' 'downwards'; 'te' 'you'; 'ligo' '[I] connect [with]'; 'beijo' 'kiss'. The first sentence begins, 'To bom'. The two words are a… Read More
As far as I know, 'xau' does not exist as a word in Mandarin Chinese. Perhaps you meant 'xiao'. However, without knowing the tone (or tune) of the word, it is impossible to accurately translate it. 'xiao' has about 84 different meanings depending on the tone and the context it is used in! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- actually, this person is asking what does "xau" mean in portuguese, not in chinese. anyway, "xau" is used frequently as an… Read More
When used as an adjective, it could mean a variety of things such as "clear," "light," "pale," or "fair." When used as an adverb, it means "clearly." Note- Sometimes it is used as an exclamation meaning "Of course!"
Rodrigues = the son of Rodrigo
well it depends the a si with a space between the a and the si. in the other way it means age and form. sentence:lots of people on habbo say asi.psthat is ture and make a habbo you need shockwave!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:) ;
The word "brisa" means breeze in Spanish or Portuguese.In French, it means "it broke." (verb briser, to snap or break)
To thank someone
It means either "done" or "made" depending on the context.
It is a Portuguese and Spanish term for "Algeria".
it means to pull.
I have found it!Eureka is a Greek word meaning "Ah-ha!" or "I have found it." Legend has it that Archimedes shouted the word when he realized that the volume of an irregular solid could be determined by submerging it in water and measuring the amount of water it displaced. Eureka is an expression which was made famous by the scientist Albert Einstein who made many great advances in science.Eureka is also a small town in… Read More
Castle and DONUTS!!!
It does not really mean anything. Its a type of snake.
What is the bladder`s weight.
Vai vadiar is to tell someone off. You can say: Bug off or get out of here.
It means "like this"...como is like or as (unless it has an accent, in which case it's "how"). Así (which has an accent on the i) means thus or so.If you're hearing this, and not seeing it, it might be "cómo hace" which is a question meaning "How do you do it?"
The little brats
"El jugo" means "the juice". "El juego" means "the game". Jogo does not exist in Spanish. Jogo is the Portuguese word for "game".
A new life
Looks nice. (it fits)
I want you
Meu nome means 'my name' in Portuguese.
How Beautiful!, What Beautiful!. Exclamation of pleasant surprise at How (exceptionally) Beautiful one finds some: persons, animals, plants, actions, things. This exclamation emanates from a strong emotional response at the collective beauty that is being observed by the senses which is perceived to be more than pretty. The beauty can be in the make up or in the movement or activity of who or what is being observed. An exclamation filled with strong pleasant emotions… Read More
How many are they? How many are you? The first translation may refer to the prices on objects. The second translation may refer to how many people are in a group for a table at the restaurant. Quantos = how many. sao = [you all/they] are.
Belem is the capital city of the state of Para, Brazil, on the North region.
It means eighth street. It also refers to one of the main streets in Little Havana, Miami, Florida http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Havana#Places_of_interest
There is no such translation. E que will translate as E l - which makes not sence to the English language. This is because E or/and Que are the starts of sentences, they sort of are the Portuguese version of our What, Who, the ect.You would'nt find them together.
Literal Translation: A lot of foolishness. Brazillians use this phrase a lot. For example when scolding it is usually said to tell the person that what they are doing is foolish and not every thoughtful.
Quem és =who are you
O nome means "the name" (Ex. The name of her daughter is Suzane) O nome de sua filha é Suzana.
"I love you"; it's in portuguese.
That's Portuguese and means "my cat".
It means: For you in Portuguese.
This phrase literally means: my (meu) big man (garotao). This phrase is used to compliment usually little children (usually male) to make them feel better about themselves, and almost 100% of the time said my a parent. It is uncommonly used to compliment older males in Brazillian society.
que lindo = what an attractive man