Articles in dicho del dia
Ojos Que No Ven, Corazon Que No Siente
Translation: What the eyes don’t see, the heart can’t feel. Or, what your eyes can’t see, can’t hurt your heart.
Or, is it more out of sight, out of …
“La Palabra es Plata, el Silencio Oro.”
Dicho Translation: “Words are silver, silence is gold.”
Remember that antes que metas la pata, remember that before you give your opinion otra vez. Remember that before you plug-in to …
¡Ay! Virgencita, Ayudame!
By Jessie Nuez
¡Ay! Gran Poder de Dios!
¡Ay! Virgencita de la Altagracia ilumíname el camino a la tranquilidad.
María Santísima que estaré yo pagando!
Dios de la Vida, Padre Celestial, cuida de mi que no quiero …
No Escupas al Cielo, Que Encima Te Cae
In other words, don’t get uppity. Don’t spit towards the sky, because it’s going to come down on you.
You do something not-so-nice, guess who it is coming back …
So, dichos are going American mainstream.
At least this one:
El Que No Oye Consejo No Llega a Viejo.
It’s in the opening of Hey Baby (Drop it to the Floor) by Pitbull and T-Pain. (See video below).
The translation is …
When next you raise your copa of sangria say this: “A comer, beber y bailar que el mundo se va acabar.”
Basically, it’s the Spanish version of “eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow we die.”
By Tracy López
Like most children I had a keen eye for injustice – especially when it was perpetrated against me.
“It’s not fair!” I’d declare. My mother, calmly, and sometimes without even looking up from whatever …
El que tiene boca, se equivoca.
By Juan Alanis
¿Cuantas veces no hemos metido la pata? Most times, from literally opening our bocas one too many times – perhaps at the wrong time, in front of the …
(Ed. note: Hi, click the headline to see the video.)
Welcome to another installment of Spanish Dichos y Refranes, Tiki Tiki-style.
In English we say “When pigs fly” or “When hell freezes over.”
In Spanish, we say “Cuando la …
Giveaway Closed. Julie won the App! Thanks to all!
By Giovanny Gutierrez
“No hay mal que por bien no venga.” This is one of my favorite dichos and, one of the many that I learned this past …