Cabaçomean? Here you find
Brazilian slang for a man who always fucks things up. Usually these ''cabaços'' are people without the common sense that normal people probably have in which leads them to do crap all the times.P.S.: This definition for this word is used a lot in São Paulo, but we have other meanings such as a virgin male and other meanings throughout the country.
To take, agressively, the virginity of a woman
brazilian slang that means a male who didn't make sex yet, never made sex, don't know nothing about sex
Basicly a girl who loves dick. She's normally very pretty with a big booty and long legs. She looks like a good girl but deep down shes evil.
A cunt ass bitch who can suck my cock
A noun used for a vagina. Commonly found in adolescent age groups in the east. Slowly becoming popular, older ages usually don't know the meaning.
the night before halloween in which one causes mayham and vandalism.
This is what happens when a woman does not take care of her undercarriage and it smells faintly of cabbage. Sometimes roasted sometimes rotten, but always unpleasant. There are a number of underlining factors that can lead to this such as grooming and dieting. Also plain nastiness is sometimes the root cause.
A club house made out of bed sheets when you have nothing better to do on a rainy day.
Nickname for the shits that godzilla took back in 1942 also a common slang term for loose stools contained within the anal cavity from activities such as not drinking enough water after a workout
Cabaim is prigionally just between two people, and with their last names joint together, creates CABAIM! 1. (noun): A person who is a cool nerd. A cool nerdy thing. A place that is a cool nerdy place. 2. (verb): The art of making paper ninja stars and only paper ninja stars. To be a cool nerd. Also, to be awesome, or a curse word. 3. (adjective): To describe something as cool and nerdy.
a gobshite, a cabbage
Alternate spelling of 'cabbage'. Applies to a person who is a cabbage or something a stupid person would do. Originally used as "Cabaje Englandish"