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a hispanic word used in Hispanic culture to call a male loved one, generally someone younger than you, a son, a lil homie, a lil bro, a child, a loved one whom u care about. It's mostly used in a lot in Latino families, usually by a father, an older brother, an uncle, a cousin, an auntie, a grandmother, you name it. Mijo is among the chilliest Latino words to be called, the word itself carries a lot of love and affection towards those called by it. You know someone loves you when they call you mijo .. ;) It isn't heard of when there's heat, hate, or anger towards family members, the word carries too much love.
Mijo, I love you with all my heart!

-( mijo ) I love you too, tia
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Conjoined spanish slang of affection. Mi + hijo, "my son." Can be said to any man or boy, usually by an older person. Can also mean "my dear" "sweetie" or "hun."

Also directed to guys by thier wives, girlfriends, or any female freind and peer.
What's going on mijo? ¿Estás bien?
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Mi'ijo is a contraction of Mi hijo--"my son"--is like "sonny" used in addressing younger boys. Affectionate use of mijo between friends and peers is a major Mexicanism. Mija (MEE hah) is used to address women, the same as mijo with males.
Mijo, que onda?.......
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(m'-ee-ho) Spanish. A contraction of "mi" (my) and "hijo" (son). Could be equivalent to m'boy.
Vamos m'ijo!. (Come on my son!)
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Spanish term of affection, meaning my sweetheart, baby, honey, etc. Used between lovers or other close people the way honey can be used.

Also may mean son, or the female version mija means daughter. This derives from "my son" or "mi hijo". "Mi hijo" = "M'ijo" = "Mijo" so its basically a shortened version of this. Alternate versions: mijito, m'ijo
Ay, mijo, I love you like a fat kid loves cake.
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