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que es siguelo?


hola. tengo una pregunta. que es siguelo? it was used in the following sentence: muy bien siguelo

updated OCT 25, 2009
posted by breannrael
Could you give the entire sentence, with capitalization and punctuation to be sure we understand what you are asking about? - chaparrito, OCT 25, 2009

4 Answers


It should be "síguelo" where the verb is "seguir" = to follow.

"lo" is the pronoun = "him" or "it"

So: "muy bien síguelo" = "very fine/well he/she/it follows he/it" confusing -- let's just say "very well, she follows him"

However I also found it to reference "Babe" which I don't understand, and it could fit the context provided. Your choice on this one.

updated OCT 24, 2009
posted by Daniel
Daniel - My google search turned up an extensive number of hits spelled "siguelo". How did you determine that it should more properly be spelled "síguelo" with a tilde over the "i"? How do you know it is misspelled? - Moe, OCT 24, 2009


The root verb is "seguir" and is irregular. The conjugation is "sigue" 3rd prsn present.

When the pronoun is attached to the end we need to add a accent over the "i" and we get "síguelo".

Oh and yes I got hits without the accent as well -- I do not understand this.

I just now checked RAE and WR and they have the accent.

updated OCT 24, 2009
edited by Daniel
posted by Daniel


(Del lat. *sequ?re, de sequi, con la t. de ire).

  1. tr. Ir después o detrás de alguien. U. t. c. intr.

taken fron the Royal Spanish Academy or Real Academia Española .......

It is spelled with a g, I was spelling it with the letter "Q"

means to follow someone......

perseguir. (Del lat. pers?qui). 1. tr. Seguir a quien va huyendo, con ánimo de alcanzarle.(Real Academia Española © Todos los derechos reservados)

updated OCT 24, 2009
edited by 00769608
posted by 00769608
Gus-How would you use this infromation to explain the meaning of "muy bien siguelo"? - Moe, OCT 24, 2009
The questioner has to investigate how to conjugate the vrb sequir... 'am not doing all the work for him or her. - 00769608, OCT 24, 2009


I did an extensive "Google" search for the word "siguelo" . I think what I found was that "siguelo" means "Babe". Does that make any sense to you? In the question you asked:

muy bien siguelo = very good babe

Does that make any sense? If you would like, do an internet search on your own. Here is the instruction I like to give to help people to conduct such a search. Its a sort of a pre-written instruction so please don't be offended by it. It just saves me a lot of writing to use a pre-printed format that I can just paste in here. Here it is:


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updated OCT 24, 2009
posted by Moe
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