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What does verga mean in spanish?
"Vete a la verga" is Spanish and it means "go to the yard."
"A la verga" is "the cock" in English.
It's a way to say "F*** off" or "go to hell" but to any Mexican it's an extremely grave insult, don't say it unless you want a fight
chupa vergas significa q guido gimeno es un manicero q se la chupa al pinhead y lo dejo todo blanco
i dont know how appropriate it would be to answer that but it means suck my di%k in Spanish
"what the hell do you want now?!" in Spanish
It means, "I have a big penis."
Chupa you verga translates to; "Suck your penis"
¿Qué comas verga? in Spanish means "What dick are you eating?" in English.
the male organ for ridding the body of urine
These are two rude and vulgar ways to say "get lost", "drop dead", but using phallic and scatological references.
'Que verga' would translate to mean 'that cane' in English.
mucho grande is not correct spanish Mucho=a lot Grande=big mi=my Ver**= profanity that you should not use ever when referencing your penis
It means "You're so f*cked up already". Offensive to many Spanish speakers.
Me vale ˆ*(%( ... This is vulgar. It means "It means nothing to me." It has a phallic reference. [Answers.com changed the "me" to "you."]
dige is not a real Spanish word, and neither is ala. But if you change the sentence to Diga pues a la verga, it means: "say it, then, to the rod"
"You should lie in the garden." "Vergas" is the second person singular active subjunctive of "vergo" (to lie, incline), and "horto" is the dative/ablative of "hortus" (garde…n) and is likely an ablative of place where. The ablative of place where, instead of using the preposition "in" makes this simple phrase poetic, which was common in Latin prose after Vergilius' death, and stayed popular, in part thanks to grammarians like Donatus.