LONG LIVE THE RACEAnswerNo I La Rasas means the people, so it's Long live the people. AnswerViva La Raza, since I'm Mexican means "Long live my race." AnswerCant go past a Mexican bro believe him
The literal translation of "Viva La Raza" is "Life (to) the race." So if a Mexican person says it they mean long live our race or loosely translated, "Long live our people." "La gente" is the Spanish word for "the people." So the second answer has the literal translation wrong but not the meaning of the phrase.
Translations are not meant to be literal, since being literal generally means missing the nuiances. A true translation (meaning 'not literal') of the phrase is "Long live my people." Oh, and I'm Chicano too (as if that means anything.)
You mean as in "Viva la vida?" If so, viva la vida means, "Live the life." So, judging by that statement, hopefully you can understand what viva la means. "Viva la vida" means "live your life".
Viva la amore means Live the love.
Viva la compañía means long live the company.
Live the beaver ??? or was it--- Viva la vida?? Live the life??
"Viva la vida" means "live the life" in spanish.
" Viva la" It's spanish for "long live the" white girl
Viva la familia means hurray for family!!!!!!!! Take it from a spanish person
my grandpa used to sing it to me, it was something likeA friend on your left and a friend on your rightviva la companyviva la viva la viva l'amore,viva l'amore, viva l'amoreviva la viva la viva la viva l'amoreviva la companyi forgot the rest!
It is Spanish for "long live."
Long live the Philippine Republic.
well viva la meens long live so i geuss long live lippy.
"Viva la España" literally translates to "Live, Spain". You could take this to mean something along the lines of "Long live Spain"
Long live the music
First of all, the expression is either "Viva Palestine" or "Viva la Palestina". Both mean "long, live Palestine". There is also the implicit assumption in the statement that this is for a Palestine that replaces Israel instead of a Palestine alongside of Israel.
long live donkey
"Long live France"
Living the life.
Living the music
That's "pocho" speaking.
Neither. It is "Vive la France". Viva is not French, but Spanish.
"Viva la musica en los corazon" translates to "Long live the music of the heart."
Viva la Viva was a song (and album name) created by the pop band Coldplay.