Spanish term for the "Hood". In the U.S it is used as the Latino equivalent of a Ghetto.
1) In Nueva York we call Spanish Harlem "El Barrio"
2) Ghetto- used for African-Americans/Negros/ Blacks/Niggas
Barrio- used for Latinos/Spics/Hispanics
by Ricco Chico August 10, 2007
slang spanish term for hood or ghetto
i'm from the barrios of east l.a ese
by chinga tu madre October 23, 2006
The surname of a family that comes from Spain. The name originates from the Moors. The surname comes from the word Barr which means village. Apparently these areas were invaded by the moors which would have created an interracial mix of African and Spanish lineage with mixings of Christianity and Muslim faiths. A name that has many offshoots.
Barrio-surname from Spain.
by --@4%--- October 8, 2009
A bactonian slang term for consistently making grammatical errors and general mistakes in the 4 week look ahead.
You have done another barrio, the concrete was meant for thursday, NOT wednesday!

Or

When you're singing to your hearts content during a rendition of "dont cry your heart out" but consistently sing the wrong lyrics. This can best be described as 'Barrioke'
by BACTON July 12, 2019
An ethnic neighborhood with a primarily latin character. Literally 'neighborhood' in Spanish.
We rolled to the barrio to scope these hot CD players from those fools Jiminez and Hector eh.
by Doug Gandolfo April 29, 2005
SPanish for neighborohhd
yo man these niggas tryin to blast me in my own barrio
by AC June 4, 2003