Honduran Spanish

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Honduran Spanish is the Spanish language as spoken in the country of Honduras in Central America. The voseo is routinely used in Honduras.

Local words[edit]

These words are some slang words used in Honduras. Some may also be used in neighboring El Salvador and elsewhere.

  • Bululo - bread roll
  • Trucha or pulpería - corner shop
  • Relajo - mess
  • Jura or chepo - police patrol
  • Posta - police station
  • Maje - dude
  • Cipote(a) - kid (male, when it ends with "e"; and female, when it ends with "a")
  • Güirro(a) - kid (male, when it ends with "o"; and female, when it ends with "a")
  • Juco(a) - Dirty person (male, when it ends with "o"; and female, when it ends with "a")

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