What does cuchurrumin mean? Puchurrungito, chikistrikis, little thing, baby, little heart, cuchurrumin, etc. are words that boyfriends or lovers usually use to speak “affectionately” with your partner, at least in Spanish where they don’t sound so far-fetched.
How does Mike Wazowski call his girlfriend affection? You may remember the time Celia says to him “cuchurrumin» to Mike Wasowski, after he tells him shmutsi boo to Celia, in Monsters Inc.
What is or what does shmutsi boo (Celia’s nickname) mean? Like cuchurrumin, it is a word of endearment for someone special. Tell me, do you have your cuchurrumin or are you his shmutsi boo? How cute! Don’t you think?
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There are many similar words and for some even
cornywhich have a special meaning for lovers.
There are those who use the term cuchurrumina with the same meaning, as an affectionate way of calling your crush.
What does it mean chikistrikis (kiddies)?
In Mexico it is an affectionate expression that is said to someone special, it is the result of the deformation of the word chiquito or chiquita and can be used for both men and women.
Perhaps the first time you heard the word chikistrikis It was in the movie Shrek 3 (in the Latin dub) when Prince Charming reveals his relationship with Rapunzel, who betrays the other princesses to be the queen of Far Far Away.
Prince Charming then reveals his plans to lock up the princesses, but Rapunzel reminds him of her promise not to hurt them.
Then he says, “Not here, chikistrikis.”
Here you can see an image of the scene.
That word became more popular after Shrek, well there are even memes of chikistrikis.
Anyway, there are many words used by lovers.
There are people who even invent their expressions of affection. Have you heard?
Do you use any of those words?
Or do you have any other phrase
One of our readers wrote in the comments this sentence: «My dear cash killer.«. Oh how romantic! 😉
Words that the bride and groom say in other languages
Did you know that in other languages they call their boyfriends cauliflower, flea or elephant?
Sounds funny. But the meaning goes a little further. Linguistic mentor Paul Noble defines it as the linguistics of love in his book «Destination language courses«
We see some examples.
1. “Egg with eyes”
How romantic! He is a great compliment. For this culture to have the oval face is synonymous with beauty as evidenced by paintings through the years.
2. Little elephant
The safest thing is that in Latin America you will receive a slap if you think of calling your girlfriend an elephant. 😂 But for a Thai you will be sweetening her ear. In that culture, elephants are loved because they bring good luck.
3. Little cabbage
Small cabbage (French: Petit chou). “Chou” (cabbage or cabbage) gives the idea of something small and round, so “chou” is the equivalent of “heart”, “love” or “honey”.
But if they use double “choucho” means “Dear”.
If the word “Chuchu” (chayote) you add the ending “zinho”which means “small”, can help a Brazilian to show your love.
5. My flea
The French use the wordma puce«, which means my flea to speak affectionately to your crush. The relationship of the word flea with love is not very well known.
According to the poets, a hunter can die of love after a single gaze from a gazelle. So if someone ever calls you a gazelle it could mean that You have captured his heart with a single glance.
7. Sinking fish, falling geese
And to melt the heart of a Chinese you will have to record this phrase. This phrase came from history about the most beautiful woman from Chinese history: Xi Shi.
When she looked at a lake, the fish were so dazzled that they forgot to swim and gradually sank to the bottom.
If the spectator was a flying goose they would forget to flap their wings and would plummet.
So fish sinking, geese falling, it is the same as saying, you are as beautiful as Xi Shi.
8. Fruit of my heart
More than to express love as a couple, this term is currently used to express affection for children.
It is widely used in advertising directed at families: “The best gift/food/product for the fruit of your heart.”
The language of love. Is there someone who understands it perfectly? I do not think so. Simple words move emotions. Feelings. Wishes.
Love is Strange. Pretty. Pure. Unique. What do you think of the language of love?