what does "abeazo" mean?

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a new friend on myspace left a comment on my page that says: "mucha suerte y un abeazo desde españa." I guess I've never heard that one before, and it didn't come up in the dictionary (probably because of the 'azo') Any ideas? Thanks! -Kirk

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updated ENE 16, 2008
posted by Kirk-Young2

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Thanks! THAT I recognize.
-Kirk

updated ENE 16, 2008
posted by Kirk-Young2
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He wrote it wrong. It's supposed to be spelled "abrazo", hug. The sentence means "Good luck and a hug from Spain".

updated ENE 15, 2008
posted by Doris
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good luck and a hug from spain. ABRAZO

updated ENE 15, 2008
posted by Millie