WHATS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE WORDS "culo & asino" ?

SEEMS THERE ARE TOO MANY DIFFERENT SPELLINGS FOR "KISS MY ***" IN ITALIAN...CULO & ASINO...BACIARE & BACI ??? WHY??

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I'm an Italian native speaker, and I can tell you that you don't say "bacia il mio culo", let alone "bacia il mio asino" for "kiss my @$$" in Italian ;-)

    The reason why you find both "culo" and "asino" when you look up the word "@$$" in your English-Italian dictionary, it's that "@$$" in English means both "butt" ("culo") and "donkey" ("asino"). Same thing with "kiss", it can be a verb (to kiss = "baciare") or a noun (kiss="bacio").

    And by the way, the word "asino" has the accent on the A. You pronounce it "ah' see noh".

    Hope this helps.

  • 1 decade ago

    culo is *** but asino i dont know it doesnt mean anything in spanish

  • 1 decade ago

    I understood "culo" to mean, the actual ***-hole, not the *** itself.

  • 1 decade ago

    CULO = @$$

    ASINO' = DONKEY

    (asino') is donkey in italian.........and it has an accent in the o'

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