si papi te estraño sinso
I need help with this phare. It is from a Spanish speaker in the Dominican Republic.
'si papi te estraño sinso'
I think you have the wrong spelling and terrible punctuation. It may be "sonso", meaning "Sí, papi, te extraño sonso" "Yes honey, I miss you silly"
I agree with Eddy but "papi", though it technically means "daddy", can be used as a term of affection like "baby" or "honey" might be in English. I have no idea what "sinso" is either.
Yes dad, I miss you ??????