The way Dominicans Speak / Cómo Hablamos Dominicanos – Dominicanismos Dictionary
The slang used in the Dominican Republic.
Q – cu
¿Qué lo Qué? – (same as ¿que pasa?) “What’s happening?” “What’s up?” (also written as ¿k lo k?)
Que Lo What – when you greet friends and ask what’s happening. (sort of like k lo k but half English)
Quebrao – man with an extremely large penis
Quilla/o (se quilla) – to bother something or someone; to be mad
Quiniela – since most don’t have the money to bet, a group or community pool their money together to bet on the lottery or sports
Quinielero/a – the person that takes the bets, many times having smaller winnings only on a few numbers
(a la) Guimbamba – to finish or end late
Quisqueya – in the Taino language it means “land for which there is none better” This is what the Dominicans call this island. It is also a brand of beer.