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What does it mean when a Brazilian calls you "meu chuchu". I tried to translate it but didn't make any sense. Is it addressed to one gender?

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  • What does it mean when a Brazilian calls you "meu chuchu". I tried to translate it but didn't make any sense. Is it addressed to one gender?


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Answer #1 | 23/07 2014 12:28
"Chuchu" It is a tropical vegetable, but it is often a phrase used to express love and affection and passion. im gonna guess and say that meu means "I" probably from the latin word "meus" which means "i" or "me" or "my"
Answer #2 | 23/07 2014 17:54
chuchu in this phrase comes from french chouchou = darling. It has a jocous tone to it, because in portuguese chuchu means chayote, a commonly used vegetable.
Answer #3 | 23/07 2014 15:50
Do you mean “chucha” (bit^h or sweetheart)?

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