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Plumífero

Pluma translated to English is feather. Plumifero refers to having feathers. Term used in Puerto Rico. We do not know if it refers to the term Pato, animal with feathers, or refers to the expresion “Tener pluma” (to have feather) used to point effeminate or camp men.


Variations Plumera, Plumero (Venezuela), Plumoso (Colombia).


See Gay Dictionary: Pato (Latin America)


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