What does 'ay Dios mio' mean in English?
"Oh my God."
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" My " is an Englishequivalent of the Italian word mio . Specifically, the word functions asan adjective in its masculine singular form. It usually goes beforethe noun that it modifies. But it will follow when the speakerseeks to emphasize the "my-ness" of whatever or whomever is beingreferenced…. The pronunciation will be "MEE-o" inItalian. ( Full Answer )
The phrase vios con dios is a popular Spanish saying. The phrasemeans go with god in the English language.
Mio means "Beautiful, cherry blossom. Thread". ç¾ (mi), Meaning "beautiful" is combined with æ¡ (ou), meaning "cherry blossom", or ç· (o) meaning "thread". Information from: http://www.behindthename.com/name/mio
"DiÃ³" is the Spanish word for "he (or she) gave". It is pronounced "dee-OH". Please see this site for confirmation of the translation: http://www.answers.com/library/Translations
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Dios mio, yo encantan tus ojos y esta foto esta fenomenal is My God, I love your eyes and this photo is phenomenal
Ay could mean wow in Spanish or the English I; amor means love in Spanish; you is you in English; duela is you hurt in Spanish; tanto is so much . Probably, I love you but you hurt so much in Spanglish.. Answer . I think maybe it's "I love you so much it hurts."
The correct spelling is; "Valla Con Dios". It means Go with God.. Valla- Go. Con - with. Dios- God. It's very popular when people are saying good bye, sort of like a blessing. You wish the other person luck in their journey
"Gloria a Dios" means "glory to God". It is pronounced "GLOR-ee-ah ah Dee-OSE". Please see the Related link below for confirmation of the translation.
I'm not sure but I think it means 'God knows' . No se pero se puede signife 'God knows'
My love is an English equivalent of 'il mio amore'. In the word by word translation, the masculine definite article 'il' means 'the'. The masculine possessive 'mio' means 'my'. The masculine gender noun 'amore' means 'love'. The phrase is pronounced 'eel MEE-oh ah-MOH-ray'.
Literally translated it means "my love", but it's more loosely used in Spanish to mean "Sweety or Babe', but in an affectionate manner.
'My dear' is an English equivalent of 'mio caro'. The masculine possessive adjective 'mio' means 'my'. The masculine noun 'caro' means 'beloved, dear'. Together, they're pronounced 'MEE-oh KAH-roh'.
My dear is an English equivalent of 'mio caro'. In the word by word translation, the possessive 'mio' means 'my'. The masculine adjective 'caro' means 'dear, beloved'. For a female, the Italian equivalents would be 'mia cara'. The phrase is pronounced 'MEE-oh KAH-roh'.
God is an English equivalent of 'Dio'. It's a masculine gender noun that takes as its definite article 'il' ['the'] and as its indefinite article 'uno' ['a, one']. It's pronounced 'DEE-oh'.
It depends on the tone of voice,if its in a hurtful voice something is hurting and you have to help. A single 'ay!' is equivalent to English 'alas!'.
My is an English equivalent of 'mio' in the word's use as an adjective. It's pronounced 'MEE-oh'. It's the masculine form of the adjective. The feminine form 'mia' is pronounced 'MEE-ah'. Mine is an equivalent in the word's use as a noun. For example, 'il mio' means 'mine'. The masculine …definite article 'il' means 'the'. The masculine possessive 'mio' used as a noun means 'mine'. Together, they're pronounced 'eel MEE-oh'. ( Full Answer )
"Angel of God (you) who are my Guardian" is an English equivalentof the Italian phrase Angelo di Dio che sei il mio Custode .The vocative statement also translates into English as "God's angelwho is my guardian." The pronunciation will be "AN-djey-lo deeDEE-o key SEH-eel MEE-o koo-STO-dey" in Itali…an. ( Full Answer )
actually you mean in english. thats the italian name. it means my love. -by the way please send a message on my board cuz i just joined.
"What are the people like. Oh, God" is the literal translation. This though is used more as a way of saying "What are the people coming to".
gracias dis por un dia mas de vida y siempre bendice a mi familia te amo seÃ±or jesus
Bendito means blessed. But it can be said in different ways. If I see a lady with her new born baby I can say "Ay bendito" like "aww god blessed". Or I can see some one hurt and tell them "Ay bendito" and it can be used as "aww poor baby" Hope that helped.
Peace, peace, O God! She comes down. Cruel misfortune compels me, alas, to languish; my suffering has lasted for so many years, as profound as on the first day. Peace, peace, O God! I loved him, it is true! But God had blessed him with such beauty and courage that I love him still,… and cannot efface his image from my heart. Fatal destiny! A crime has divided us down here! Alvaro, I love you and in heaven above it is written that I shall never see you again! O God, God, let me die, for only death can bring me peace. In vain this soul of mine here sought peace, a prey to so much woe. She goes to a rock on which the Father Superior has left food for her. Wretched bread, you come to prolong my inconsolable life. - But who comes here, daring to profane this sacred retreat? A curse! A curse! ( Full Answer )
"Si fuero mÃo" is incoherent. You likely meant "Si fuera mÃo", which means "If it were mine". "Si fuero mÃo" literally means "If charter mine"
'My loving family' is one English equivalent of 'affezionata [la] mia famiglia'. The definite article 'la' ['the'] often is dropped in conversational or poetic Italian. The phrase is pronounced 'ah-FEH-tsoh-NAH-tah [lah] MEE-ah fah-MEE-lyah'.
1st answer well people say so but i don't believe it myself but you must decide if you believe it or not. Oh and by the way its only its middle finger. That is why they are endangered because they think they bring bad luck and death some people say that its an evil demon but they are quite nice re…ally. 2nd answer No. This is a superstitious myth with no basis in fact. No animal has the power to cause a person's death simply by pointing a finger or any other body part at them. 3rd answer That is just one of many myths from Malagasy culture. The Malagasy people have many taboo ( depending on the town or region. Fady about the Aye-aye is quite common and usually involves bad fortune or death. This likely derives from the Aye-aye's bizarre appearance and ancestral Polynesian culture that fears bizarre animals. The fady is reinforced in the eyes of the Malagasy because of the country's poor living conditions and extreme social and economic hardships. (In other words, if people see an Aye-aye and believe it will result in someone's death, they only need to wait a few days, weeks, or months and someone will die from disease, starvation, etc... confirming the superstition.) The truth is that these are strictly local superstitions. They have no basis in truth. ( Full Answer )
'My George' is an English equivalent of 'Giorgo mio'. The masculine name 'Giorgio' means 'George'. The masculine possessive adjective 'mio' means 'my'. Together, they're pronounced 'DJOHR-djyoh MEE-oh'.
"Affirmatives," "yes votes," and "yesses" are equivalents of the English word "ayes." The word in question may serve as an interjection whereby a speaker says "all yesses" to someone or something or as a noun which references vote-entering and tallying such as in a legislature. The pronunciation wil…l be "eyez" in the English of the United States of America. ( Full Answer )
The Spanish is nonsensical, it literally translates to: mine you believe yourself a lot give him tell it to me.
What a pimp!! ___ In some countries, "Â¡Ay! Â¡QuÃ© chulo!" means "Oh! How cute!" or "Oh! He's so good looking!"
" What is my puppy's name ?" is an English equivalent of " Come si chiama il mio cagnolino ?" Specifically, the adverb " come " means "how." The reflexive pronoun " si " means "herself, himself, itself, oneself, yourself." The verb " chiama " means (he/she/it/one) is called/named, (you) are calle…d/named." The masculine singular definite article " il " means "the." The masculine singular possessive adjective " mio " means "my." The masculine singular noun " cagnolino " means "doggy, lapdog, puppy." The pronunciation is "KOH-me see KYAH-mah eel MEE-oh KAH-nyoh-LEE-noh." ( Full Answer )
"Ay" simply means "yes". It's pronounced like "eye". Think of how pirates talk: "Aye, Cap'n."
"Los dios de verde" translates to "The gods of green." In the case of the Green Day poster, the band might have mixed up "los dios" (gods) with "la dia" (day). FIRST!
It is in Spanglish and garbled lexicon. It literally means Oh my God, LOL (laughing out loud), cute, my love
It is a supplication/prayer to have God watch over you by some one saying goodbye. "May God bless you and watch over you always" Literal= "That God bless you and take care of you always"
Dios Habla Hoy is the title of a modern Spanish version of the Bible. It means, God Speaks Today .
When the ego is your god This is an incomplete sentence but it looks like a title to something.
"Ay" = Ay! [yo! OR hey!] "dices" = dices [you speak; "Ay YOU dices..." appears to be Spanglish, with the English "you" in place of the Spanish "tÃº."] "ke tal" = Â¿QuÃ© tal? [what's up? OR How's it going?] Proper Spanish would be: Â¡Ay! Â¿TÃº dices? Â¿QuÃ© tal? English: Hey! You s…peak [presumably Spanish]? What's up? ( Full Answer )
" Oh my God! " is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase O Dio mio! Specifically, the interjection o means "oh." The masculine noun Dio means "god." The masculine possessive adjective mio means "my." The pronunciation is "oh DEE-oh MEE-oh."
It's ungrammatical, but the best I can figure, it means: "Oh how do I live"
May God bless and protect you/them because you are important (Although the Spanish is not all grammatically correct, hence ambiguous)
Questions in Spanish beginning with DÃ³nde use a conjugation of estar , not ser. The correct form of the question is Â¿ DÃ³nde estÃ¡ el mÃo? It means. Where is mine?
Â¡Dios santÃsimo! Â¡CuÃ¡n difÃcil se las han de ver los que enseÃ±an castellano en descifrar menudos enredijos! Ay dios mio = Oh my god (OMG?) yo = I el amor = (the) love que (with accent) = What? 'tu (has) dicho = you said. It could be an illiterate, literal translation… of: OMG! I love what you said. ( Full Answer )
My god, you're crazy! I know a lot about you! Lol. I wish you the best.
Adore mio means I adore . If you meant "Amore mio", it means "my love".
With an accent over the first 'i', and a comma after, it means: 'Yes, you are//he/it is mine' Without the accent and comma, it means: 'If you are//he/it is mine'.
'Vaya con dios' is a way of saying goodbye but it literally means 'go with God'. It was actually also the album title and the name of the group who composed it that was released in 1988.
O sole mio is an Italian phrase which when translated into English means my sunshine. There is a popular Italian song, O Sole Mio, which has been covered by artists such as Tony Bennett and Luciano Pavarotti.
"Dios le pido" means "One who asks God" in English. Someone who asks God is someone that speaks to the Lord and either thanks God for something or asks for something (prayer).
Who like God? In Spanish it is a question, not a statment. But adefying question, so as in "You show me someone greater than God,if you can". Obviously, it refers to the Christian God, father ofJesus the Christ, and implies that there is no one like Him. It isthe warcry of Saint Michael, the Sword o…f God. ( Full Answer )