Calo is the Language of the Gitanos(gpysies) from Spain. Calo is spoken mostly in Andalucia if not only there because most gpysies in Spain are from here and there culture is located here. Calo is a mixture of andulacian accent spanish and romani words.
Some words of Calo are:
Molar(to like as in anything not just humans)
Camelar( to like someone used "te camelo")
Currelar or Currar(to work)
chorar(to steal)
El Yeli(the gitano wedding ceremony)

one word in calo I think of that has arab influences is "Sultan" which means the one in charge or ruler(keep in mind,the gitanos of Spain have an andalucian culture,which has arab origins so there music and accent has arab too)
by Farru May 08, 2008
A spanish word refering to slang. Anything that is slang, derived from slang, is defined as slang, etc.
El Libro de Calo es un libro que tiene palabras mas susio, pero use en la juderia.
by William Joseph Hemmington December 20, 2004
People really good at CS, but aren't so obseesed so they have nothing else to do.
"I'm in Cal-o, you must be good"
by AFI October 11, 2003
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