Frequent question: What does Cacara mean in Portuguese?

What is carcara?

caracara in American English

(ˌkɑrəˈkɑrə ) noun. any of various large New World birds of prey (family Falconidae) that feed mostly on carrion.

What does Kara mean in Portuguese?

Cara is a slang that we use to refer to a friend of ours, but in a casual way here in Rio de Janeiro. We can refer to guys and girls, just using this word.

What does Ze mean in Portuguese?

[zɛ] abbreviation for. (= José) Joe.

What does caracara mean in English?

: any of various large long-legged hawks found from the southern U.S. to South America that are classified with the falcons.

Is Kara a word?

Kara, the alternative spelling, is from the Cornish word kara, meaning love.

Cara (given name)

Gender female
Origin
Word/name Latin
Meaning pure, cherished and beloved one
Region of origin Greece, Italy

What’s up in Brazilian slang?

E ai (ee-eye-ee) is a mouthful of vowels that basically means “What’s up?” It is most commonly used as a way to greet friends, often followed by a Tudo bem? or Beleza?. … Don’t get confused when you hear Brazilians greet each other with what might sound like a random noise.

What does Ze mean in Brazil?

Zé is a Portuguese form of the given name José. People with the name include: Zé Arigó (1921-1971), a Brazilian “psychic surgeon”

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Is ze a French word?

Eye dialect spelling of the (usually signifying a foreign accent, often French).

What does the name Ze Mean?

This name derives from the Hebrew name “Yehôsêph”, meaning “Yehowah has added, he will enlarge, God will increase, may he add”, which in turn derives from “yâsaph”, meaning “to add, increase, do again, increase, do again”.

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