What does this mean?
"tu piel morena mamá y tu boquita de miel"
Translator doesn't work for this. Need someone fluent in spanish...
- RicardoLv 51 month ago
Mamá should be in between commas. "Your brown skin, lady, and your sweet mouth."
- Anonymous1 month ago
I know that moreno means brown.
A dark color.
Hair can be this color.
Piel means skin.
Tu piel morena mamá
Your brown skinned mother
I don't think a Spaniard would speak like this. It's probably already a translator translation.
y means and.
tu boquita de miel
Boquita seems to be a diminutive for boca.
Boca is mouth.
Boquita is a little mouth.
Miel is honey.
De is of.
Your little mouth of honey.
A honey mouth?
We called it a "honey pot" long ago.
Well, it's some low I.Q., obscene drivel that a troll would manufacture.
- Don VertoLv 71 month ago
Well I will try.Las Morenas en Cuba are the black ladies,las negras.
Mamá has several meanings with or without an accent.Mother, breast nipple.the verb to suck etc.Tu boquita the miel. your little honey mouth.
Piel morena ,dark or black skin.
My wife had brown skin from India but she certainly was not a Morena.
- Chi girlLv 72 months ago
"Your dark skin and your little honey mouth."
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- Campbell HaydenLv 72 months ago
It Means: Your dark skin, and your liquid sheath.
In other words, your dark skin,
and a wet place where a man can put his 'sword'.
- Erik Van ThienenLv 72 months ago
"Your brown skin, my love, and your little honeyed mouth"
- Aster RhoidsLv 72 months ago
Try using a translator.