Si aquello no tiene ningún significado en castellano; tanto menos en inglés. Nothing. Neither in Spanish nor in English.
it means what a handsome man/dad
It means "Rich Port". Rico in Spanish means rich in English just if your talking about money. If your talking about food rico means it's delicious, good, etc. Example, "esto huele rico" mean this smell good or " que Rica la comida" means like delicious food in English. Puerto Rico means "Rich Port" in Spanish. The word Puerto in Spanish means port, and the word Rico means rich, affluent, delicious or costly. Presumably Puerto Rico means Rich Port, Port of the Rich, or something similar.
Rich daddy, what's up?
it means, "Nice! I love it when you speak spanish."
"It is rich" is what it means.
What's up, handsome daddy! or What's up, rich daddy! It depends on the context. Rico may mean nice, pretty, handsome or rich in this sentence.
Que la in English means that.
"I want to give you something rich (of good quality)."
Que huele mal
The word 'que' is a Spanish term. In English, the word 'que' means 'what.' An example of this is "que pasa" which translates to "what's up" in English.
Usted huele (= you smell) Tengo que ir a los servicios
It can mean ''what '' or ''that''.
que no soy: that I'm not
que in french means that in english
'Que verga' would translate to mean 'that cane' in English.
It means "that will be" in English
'What does what?' = 'Que hace que?' (with accents on the 'e' in 'que')
a way of expressing something or someone is good looking, pleasant, tasty, etc...por ejemplo, mmmmm yummy! : P
"I have to..."
"Que hay" is a question that means "what is there..."
que means that and also what.
Crees que = You believe... . / Do you believe... ?