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Question by oooshley
Submitted on 10/7/2003
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what does La perversa mean and what does Mi Amorcito mean and what does Mi lokita mean and what does Mi chulo mean


Answer by Steve
Submitted on 5/7/2004
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Amorcito is a term meaning loved one.  The word mi means mine or my.  So someone is calling you my love or loved one.  Similar to Mi amor which is my love.  Mi chulo has several meanings.  Mi is again my and chulo means cocky in Spain or cute and pretty here, hence, my pretty or my cute.  I can guess at La perversa meaning something along perverted as in the pervert.  No idea on lokita.  Are you sure of your spelling?

 

Answer by chiochio
Submitted on 9/21/2004
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Lokita means little crazy one.

 

Answer by lil christ
Submitted on 10/1/2004
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My locita translates to "my crazy girl".

 

Answer by george
Submitted on 8/30/2005
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it isnt lokita, its loquita, comes from "loca" means crazy woman, la perversa means the perverse, the other terms are correct

 

Answer by olivier
Submitted on 9/19/2005
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lokita - whose correct spelling is loquita - means something like "little crazy girl"

 

Answer by Tee
Submitted on 10/18/2005
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Perversa is someone who is hyper/naughty.
Lokita - you probably mean loquita which is little crazy.

 

Answer by Morenita
Submitted on 6/13/2006
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Lokita means Crazy but it is actually spelled loquita.

 

Answer by Mel
Submitted on 9/12/2006
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I guess Lokita is actually Loquita. Loca means crazy (for a girl; loco if it's a boy). So it's like my little crazy one... ^^

 

Answer by Guille
Submitted on 11/9/2006
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Assuming that the spelling is in fact off on "lokita," phonetically I assume that you meant "locita" which would mean little crazy one....Loco (or loca in this case) meaning crazy, and -ita being little.

 

Answer by Linda
Submitted on 2/20/2007
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loquita I actually spelt loquita, which mean my little crazy in a feminene way

 

Answer by papiruki
Submitted on 3/4/2007
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mi lokita, is like saying my little crazy one, or my crazy girl, which could very well be a term of endearment, kinda like mi gordita, which means my little fatty or chubby girl. ha,  don't try calling your girlfriend that in english.

 

Answer by chulo
Submitted on 3/28/2007
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cheese

 

Answer by MSG
Submitted on 4/24/2007
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I am not even close to fluent in spanish, but I would guess that "lokita" is really a slang term from loco, or loca, which means crazy, so lokita (locita) means crazy little girl (woman).

 

Answer by loka
Submitted on 5/8/2007
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lokita is a cute way of a saying loka which is really spelled loquita and loca which means crazy girl =] a common nickname

 

Answer by Liz
Submitted on 6/8/2007
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Lokita is actually spelled loquita, I think.  A lot of times native speakers substitute "k" for "qu" when typing.  Loca is an adjective that means crazy, so loquita translates as either crazy little girl or just an affectionate way of calling a girl crazy.

 

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