masculine noun
1. (botany) 
Nuestra casa de campo tiene muchos guayabos que dan fruta.Our country home has lots of guava trees that give fruit.
2. (colloquial) (longing) (Colombia) (Venezuela) 
a. nostalgia 
Mis padres sienten guayabo cada vez que piensan en su tierra natal.My parents feel nostalgia whenever they think of their native land.
3. (slang) (after effects of drinking alcohol) (Colombia) 
a. hangover 
Se despertó con un guayabo terrible tras una noche de rumba.He woke up with a terrible hangover after a night of partying.
1. (árbol) 
a. guava tree 
2. (colloquial) (Andes) 
a. hangover 
1 (Botánica) guava tree
2 (And) (pena) grief; sorrow
3 (Ven) (murria) nostalgia
4 (And) (S. Cone) (resaca) hangover
5 (guapa) pretty girl; smasher (familiar)
está hecha un guayabo (atractiva) she looks marvellous; (joven) she looks very young
6 (México) pussy (vulgar); beaver (vulgar); (EEUU)
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