The way Dominicans Speak / Cómo Hablamos Dominicanos – Dominicanismos Dictionary
The slang used in the Dominican Republic.
S – ese
Sacaliñar – to throw something (that they did) up in someone’s face
Sacando chipa – Being very angry
Sacar chivo – to commit fraud (Trujillo is referred to as a chivo)
Samuro – non-pure bread fighting rooster
Sanky Panky – Gigolo Dominican-style, comes from the words hanky panky
Saranana – skin allergy
Segundito – when you ask someone to give you a few seconds more time “Give me a second.”
(hacer un) Serrucho – To collect money (maybe money owed to you)
Si Dios Quieres – If God wants. Many Dominicans say this after saying anything to show they are not arrogant.
Sica – poop, fecal matter
Sicote – smelly feet
Silebí – sealed beam, headlamp for an automobile
Silin – Ceiling
Singar – a not-nice word meaning to have sex. This word is vulgar and used for the F word.
Sirimba – dizziness, sudden illness (thanks Marcia for the word)
Siro – syrup (as in maple syrup)
Soba – caress
Sobacco – armpit
Soquín – an all around bad odor
Suape – a mop or the act of mopping.
Suape – someone that is very drunk “Tengo un suape” “I’m drunk.”
Swiche (in Spain Spanish – interrupter) – light switch