Mamasita Bonita

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This is what I called my Mother-In-Law for approximately 50 years. I always siad it meant "Pretty Little Mother." Is it a slang from Tex-Mex origin? My wife and I moved back to San Antonio from East Texas for 42 years where I lost my Spanish speaking ability.

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updated OCT 13, 2008
posted by CScott35

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De nada, sigue hablando español. Buenas noches.

CScott35 said:

Gracias, I misspelled it even looking at it. I always used Mamacita when I signed cards I and we sent to her. I am glad she never heard that it could mean "Hottie". I truly think she may have laughed as she was born and raised in Maryland.Gracias por su ayudas y buenos noches, Scott

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updated OCT 13, 2008
posted by ltigo
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Gracias, I misspelled it even looking at it. I always used Mamacita when I signed cards I and we sent to her. I am glad she never heard that it could mean "Hottie". I truly think she may have laughed as she was born and raised in Maryland.

Gracias por su ayudas y buenos noches, Scott

updated OCT 13, 2008
posted by CScott35
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mamasita is spelled "mamacita" and here in New Mexico it can be offensive as it can mean "hottie".

updated OCT 13, 2008
posted by ltigo