The name Paisa derives from the Spanish apocope of Paisano (countryman), but they are also known as "Antioqueños" (those from the old Antioquia, which included the other Paisa provinces, which was a single administrative body until the creation of the Caldas State in 1905).
paisa (plural paisas) (slang) person hailing from the same country.
In Colombia, culture from Medellín is called 'paisa'. This means that everything you see that has its origin in the city is referred to as paisa. For example, it's pretty common to hear phrases like these: El plato paisa.
The Paisa dialect is spoken in the Colombian coffee production areas, such as Antioquia, Quindío, Risaralda, Caldas, and the northernmost parts of Tolima and Valle del Cauca. Paisa Spanish has an apicoalveolar [s̺], between [s] and [ʃ], as in northern and central Spain.
Translate "pisa" to English: treading, pressing. Spanish Synonyms of "pisa": prensado, holladura.
“Medellín” refers to a time when one group controlled every aspect of the drug trade, providing a measure of order that we could control.
Short for paisano ("countryman"), this is actually a widespread slur, but has a distinct definition in our prison system, referring to inmates born in Mexico to differentiate them from the Mexican cons born in the United States ("raza").
Today, especially in Italian-American slang, "goombah" is a slang noun for a companion or associate, especially a friend who acts as a patron, accomplice, protector, or adviser.
Definition of 'paisano'
Matt Graver is a CIA Paramilitary Operations Officer, working with the CIA's Special Activities Division to thwart the operations of Mexican drug cartels.
Sicario (Spanish: 'hitman, hired killer', especially in the context of Latin American drug cartels, from the Latin sicarius for 'dagger-man') may refer to: Sicario (1994 film), a Venezuelan drama film by Joseph Novoa.
1. Silvio recognizes Alejandro: A common interpretation is that Alejandro is known as “Medellin”. That's why Guillermo says, “No, Medellin.” So the idea is that Silvio recognizes Alejandro as this hitman “Medellin” or at least is asking Alejandro, “Are you Medellin?”
The most believed hypothesis is that the origin of the name Pisa comes from Etruscan and mean 'mouth', as Pisa is at the mouth of the Arno river.
No, pisa is not in the scrabble dictionary.
Reason 1: It's the country with the second-highest number of native Spanish speakers. Colombia has around 49 million people, which means that, after Mexico, it has the highest number of native Spanish speakers in the world.
In general discussion, 'best' usually means an accent that is clearly spoken, with proper annunciation, and easily understood across the Spanish-speaking world. Some people claim that for these reasons Colombia has the best Spanish accent. Others say that Peru and Ecuador have the best Spanish accent.
Literally, Bedda Matri is “beautiful mother” but the way that Sicilians are using it is the exact same way as “Oh my god” in the English language: depending on your tone, you can use it if you're scared or if you're surprised!
Noun. marone m (plural maroni) (slang, vulgar, mostly in the plural) ball, bollock.
If you want to say “friends” in Italian, you would say either “amici” (male friends or mixed group) or “amiche” (female friends). “Best friends” would be either “migliori amici” (male/mixed) or “migliori amiche” (female).
A good friend is a “buon amico” (buon amica) or “grande amico” (grande amica), your best friend is your “migliore amico” (migliore amica), and a close friend is an “amico intimo” (amica intima).