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what is the difference between meha and meho?

  • Posted Mar 7, 2011
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Can you give us some context? That's not a Spanish word I'm familiar with.

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  • No luck in portugese either. - pacofinkler Mar 7, 2011
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I think you mean mija and mijo. These are terms of endearment, generally for your kids and young people, but can be used between spouses. Mija is for talking about females and mijo is for males.

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  • From mi hijo/hija. - afowen Mar 7, 2011
  • Very well can be Jim filter and Afowen! especially since we don't have context. - pacofinkler Mar 7, 2011
  • I think you're right. Bien hecho. - KevinB Mar 7, 2011
  • I'm going with Jim and Afowen on this -voting. - pacofinkler Mar 7, 2011
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Meha and meho does not appear anywhere

"Mear" however does show up in DRAE

Follow the link to the definition. This just may be your word.

http://buscon.rae.es/draeI/SrvltConsulta?TIPO_BUS=3&LEMA=pospretérito