Post 224: Apapacho

This Mexican slang Word comes from Nahuatl, Pachoa, and in that language, it means to protect, or to cuddle.  In Mexican slang, this words means hug, and apapachar, is used as a verb for hugging.

Ex.

Me apapacho tan fuerte que me saco el aire / He hugged me so hard he took the air out of me.

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