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Buay


guy, man. From the English "guy". A creation of Colon English.
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Zoquete


very popular word outside the capital city. It means stupid, spaced out. Beware of them, just in case.
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Wachimán


security guard, caretaker. From the English watching man.
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Vaina


anything. It is the English stuff or the French truc.
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Tío/tía


Elderly people are called this in the street. Some would take offense when people called them abuelo(a) (grandfather/mother), so the kinship has been changed.
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Ser un plomo


to be good for nothing.
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Sencillo


This may be a humble, unassuming person. It also refers to small money denominations, usually coins, for buying inexpensive items or pay a bus fare.
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Ponchera


This used to be a kind of bowl for serving punch on special occasions. Today, ponchera refers to more than the drink at a party. It also implies wild fun or lots of sex.
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Pipa


You can't smoke this one, because it is the coconut in its youngest stage. Pipa water is one of the most popular natural refreshing drinks in Panama. You just cut the coconut open and drink the w [..]
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Pelao


This is the same as chaval in Spain, chavo in Mexico, or pibe in Argentina -a boy.
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