another meaning of rompe means break. for example in a zion y lennox song named cuanto tengo que esperar, its said rompamos este silencio, which basically means lets break this silence. so when used in daddy yankee's song rompe, its similar to when he says break it down.
Estar contigo es lo que quiero
Dame la oportunidad para darte el mundo entero
Mai, no te preocupes, yo siempre te seré sincero
Rompamos este silencio

to be with you is what i want
give me the opportunity to give u the whole world
mami, dont worry, i will always be sincere to you
so lets break this silence

Rompe, rompe, rompe! (Bien guilla'o!)
Rompe, rompe, rompe! (Ese cuerpo ella lo!)
Rompe, rompe, rompe! (Bien guilla'o!) (Are you ready?)
Rompe, rompe, rompe! (Break it down!)
Rompe, rompe, rompe! (The way she moves ella lo!)
Rompe, rompe, rompe! (Break it down!)
(Let's go!)
by cuban link February 04, 2006
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now popularized by daddy yankee's new single 'rompe'. comes from the verb romper in spanish which basically means to tear or rip. Can also be used like in one of immortal technique's song where he says rompe toto, which basically means tear or rip that pussy up.
Rompe, Rompe, Rompe, Bien Guillao
Rompe, Rompe, Rompe, Ese Cuerpo Ella Lo
Rompe, Rompe, Rompe, Bien Guillao

Are You Ready!

Rompe, Rompe, Rompe, Break it down
Rompe, Rompe, Rompe, The Way She Move Ella Lo
Rompe, Rompe, Rompe, Break it down
by KC January 02, 2006
Rompe means ass in Norwegian.
Ola: Jeg har ekstreme smerter i min rompe. (I am suffering with extreme pain in my ass)
by Marius Bang April 09, 2007
ROMPE: Regret Of Missing Past Event, usually a drinking or partying related activity. Oftentimes deciding to do something more responsible or less debaucherous.
Morgan decided she would skip the BestieFest 2K11 weekend trip to NYC in lieu of some more responsible activities. Her FOMO was not strong enough to get her to buy a plane ticket and commit. By Sunday afternoon, her ROMPE was so bad she vowed never to miss another event.
by jrh266 October 03, 2011
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