Gay Dictionary: Portuguese

How to say gay in Portuguese

Portuguese is a language of Indo-European family, spoken mainly in Portugal and Brazil, and is also an official language in eight countries. Currently has over two hundred and seventy million speakers. From our Portuguese Gay Dictionary we emphasize the word paneleirofor his trip around the world, as we tell in the okama article from Gay Slang Collection.



Term Definition

This is almost a legend. The bitola is a caliber that was used in the construction of railways in northern Portugal in the nineteenth century. The foreman's pronounced that word in English, like "baitola". So, because he was gay or employees will put the nickname and intent, it seems that this originated the use of this word, because the caliber is used to measure the thickness, relating it to the thickness of the penis and the caliber with the mouth. Derogatory. Used in Brazil.

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