What is the meaning of the cuban spanish word "cuidense"?
I came upon this site when seeking the answer the question above noted. The sole answer posted suggested that "cuidense" meant something like 'good wishes' etc. I believe given the context of the word as I encountered it would support this definition. the word appears in the last sentence of a letter sent to me by a good friend. It apears to be a salutation. My friend does not use punctuation when he writes so parsing out the sentences can be a challenge for someone of my limited abilities but the context is as follows:
"....cuidense nosotros siempre 0los tenemos presentes un abraso para ti ...."
Cuidar(se) is the verb to take care. Cuidense is something like "be careful" or "take care of yourself."
"Cuídense" is from the verb "cuidar". and means "take care of yourselves" in that context. It's not only for Cuba.
Look after yourself? Take care