Mi'ijo is a contraction of Mi hijo--"my son"--is like "sonny" used in addressing younger boys. Affectionate use of mijo between friends and peers is a major Mexicanism. Mija (MEE hah) is used to address women, the same as mijo with males.
Mijo, que onda?.......
Conjoined spanish slang of affection. Mi + hijo, "my son." Can be said to any man or boy, usually by an older person. Can also mean "my dear" "sweetie" or "hun."
Also directed to guys by thier wives, girlfriends, or any female freind and peer.
What's going on mijo? ¿Estás bien?
Spanish term of affection, meaning my sweetheart, baby, honey, etc. Used between lovers or other close people the way honey
can be used.
Also may mean son, or the female version mija
means daughter. This derives from "my son" or "mi hijo". "Mi hijo" = "M'ijo" = "Mijo" so its basically a shortened version of this. Alternate versions: mijito
Ay, mijo, I love you like a fat kid loves cake.
(m'-ee-ho) Spanish. A contraction of "mi" (my) and "hijo" (son). Could be equivalent to m'boy.
Vamos m'ijo!. (Come on my son!)
It means piss in Portuguese.
Eu quero mijar.
I want to piss.
I piss in your head.
Eu mijo na tua cabeça.
A friend or "homeboy" in a new slang created by Paul "the mijo" A.
Someone you trust and know.
you are my mijo