What does «yaya» mean in spanish?

  • Grandmother.

    Examples of use in spanish: "me gusta la sopa de la yaya".

    "¿viene la yaya a comer con nosotros hoy?".

  • Woman who takes care of children; wet nurse.
  • Anonaceous tree, up to 15 m tall, with whitish flowers, red grape-shaped fruits and flexible and strong wood, used in the construction of rural houses. It is distributed in Cuba, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Santo Domingo and Haiti. Scientific name: Oxandra lanceolata.

    ♦ Used in: Cuba
  • Common name for several mites of the family Trombiculidae. They are tiny, less than 05 mm. Also called harvest mites, red mites, tlazahuate, chivacoas, isangos, etc. They live in grasslands and low vegetation to attach themselves to animals that walk there.

    ♦ Used in: Peru
  • Slight wound, scar, used especially with children.

    ♦ Used in: Chile - Cuba - Peru

    Examples of use in spanish: "¡uh! el nene se hizo una yaya".

  • Skin lesion or injury.

    ♦ Used in: Colombia

    Examples of use in spanish: "le salieron yayas... como llagas, por todo el cuero".

  • Grandfather.

    Examples of use in spanish: "el yaya irá a pescar contigo".
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