Ficar de Bubuia – Relaxing Floating in the Rivers’ Waters
Chibata no balde – very good.
Cortar a Curica – same meaning as “Cut the cheap”.
Kikão – hot dog
Leso – Someone who does something silly is called an “injurious”.
Esculhambado – indicates something badly tidy, done anyway.
Escangalhado – something that’s broken.
Só o cuí – someone very thin. “Just the cui”
Pai D’égua – very good.
Carapanã – given name for mosquitoes, mosquitoes, mosquitoes.
Comer abiu – Abiu is an Amazonian fruit that glues the lips of those who eat it, so the expression indicates a person who is quiet.
Leseira Baré – When someone does silly or if someone is too slow.
Até tucupi – Full
Telezé: Are you injured?
Brocado: very hungry
Maceta: Very Large
Mano/Mana: the amazonense’s affectionate way of treating people.
Nem com nojo: If you don’t feel like doing something, you don’t do it with disgust.
Pitiú: Bad Smell