What do "nita" and "amix" mean?
I commonly hear Mexican girls refer to each other as "nita" (it may be "mita"), or call it out to get each others attention. What exactly does it mean?
And also, I see Spanish-speakers call girls "amix" constantly online, especially if they are trying to date them. What does it mean as well?
My wife's name is Nita, short for Juanita which she hates. Don't know if that's what you are talking about. It's short for other names too like Carmenita. It's a diminutive thing.
My friend informed me that the word was indeed "nita" and was a friendly form of "hermanita", in case anyone else needed/wanted to know.
in mexican spanish 'nita' is short for 'hermanita', as someone else pointed above, and in common slang/general use it's like calling someone 'sistah'.
'amix' stands in mexican online spanish for 'amiga/amigo'.
..it may be "mita"....call it out to get each others attention.
It's probably just ¡Mira! which means "Hey, look!"
I know two sisters who call eachother it. Their names are Gabriela and Maria/Alejandra... Neither of which would be shortened to Nita... I've also heard other people I do not personally know call their female friends/relatives it.