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spanish for donkey but used alot as a insult
person 1-I want cheese!!!!
person 2-Shut up u stupid burro!!
by clairthy July 05, 2005
The local Anglo term for "burrito" (the food) in Tucson, Arizona. Bean burros are the "vanilla" type (pronounced "BEEMburrows").
They laughed at me when I asked for a burro in Phoenix. Everyone there calls it a burrito. But they always speak Cali up there, so it don't matter much.
by davarinofuntucson August 14, 2010
A person who's easy to fool, a sucker. Especially any woman who's easy to fuck, not because she's a slut but because she's soft-hearted and naive.
Bro 1: I'd hit it!
Bro 2: No problem, she's a burro, tell her your dog died.
by ray99 November 10, 2009
Spanish for donkey but used in nothern Mexico as an allegory of women's genitals, may be because of some metaphore of mexican food "burritos"
Hey chica, I wanna eat your burro!
by Markito July 20, 2005
A mix between a cow and a giraffe.
"What I had presumed to be a bizarrely mutated giraffe that was white with black spots actually turned out to be a burro."
by uffuuffu December 26, 2011
1. A group of donkeys.

2. Pretty much the coolest family ever.

3. To destroy creative expression.
1. Stupid burros; they cut me off!

2. Person 1: Oh my god, I had an amazing time at the Burros's house last night!
Person 2: Why wouldn't you? It's kind of implied that if you go there, you'd have a great time...

3. Dude, Mr. Anderson is totally burrosing! He gave me a D- on my story because it was too imaginative!
by spjeff13 February 24, 2008
In Mexico it is common to call people with medium brown skin burro (most often males). Casual friendly slang.
He pointed to our friend and said, "He's a burro."
by expat62 June 22, 2011
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