What does «jopo» mean in spanish?

  • Southern. Copete or tuft of hair; hair standing on the front of the head; toupee.

    Examples of use in spanish: "¿tengo bien peinado el jopo?".

    "El jopo estuvo de moda en el peinado masculino".

  • Tail or tail that has a lot of hair; hopo.

    Examples of use in spanish: "el jopo del perro".

  • Anus, ass, butt.

    ♦ Used in: Colombia - Panama

    Examples of use in spanish: "¡Le daré una patada en el jopo!".

  • Large pin used to hold hair.

    ♦ Used in: Argentina - Bolivia
  • Ponytail style hairstyle that a woman does at the back of the head.

    ♦ Used in: Spain - Peru
  • Boring, bad, unpleasant or of little value.

    ♦ Used in: Colombia

    Examples of use in spanish: "esta fiesta está jopo, es insoportable".

  • Very large, huge.

    ♦ Used in: Colombia
  • Mop, mop, mop, mop, mopping cloth, used to clean floors.
  • Cup or plume of the canes when they reach their full development.

    ♦ Used in: Spain
  • Common name for the plants: - Orobanche hederae, European parasitic plant. - Orobanche densiflora.
  • (¡jopo!) Interjection used to order someone to turn around and leave the way they came. Equivalent to "¡fuera!

    Examples of use in spanish: "venga, date prisa, ¡jopo!".

  • (hasta dar el jopo) To the point of boredom.

    ♦ Used in: Argentina - Bolivia - Uruguay
  • (hasta el jopo) In a state of weariness.

    ♦ Used in: Bolivia
  • (del tiempo del jopo) Late 19th and early 20th century.

    ♦ Used in: Argentina - Uruguay

    Examples of use in spanish: "Yo quiero un hombre copero de los del tiempo del jopo, que al truco conteste “quiero” y en toda banca va al copo", letra del tango Mama, yo quiero un novio (1927) de Roberto Fontaina.

  • (sudar el jopo) To cost a lot of work to achieve something.
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