noun; used to describe cold, drinkable water. This word is used to combine the adjective pronoun "some" and the spanish noun "aqua". When used in a sentence, the thirsty, spanglish-using speaker need only indicate the need for one simple noun (smaqua) rather than using the conventional adjective pronoun / noun combination (some agua). This word also allows for the written text to be more phonetic.
"Hey man, I'm thirsty. I want smagua."
by The Shaner February 08, 2008
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