Quinceanera

What is Quinceanera?


1.

1. Celebration of a girl's 15th birthday, marking her "womanhood" and such. Usually huge, like a mini wedding; everyone dresses up all formally, mariachi band plays, wedding-like cake, the works.

2. The excuse Latin (especially Mexican Catholic) families use to bascially say, "Hey, my daughter's available now. Do not be afraid to approach."

Mexican Guy #1: "Daaayum, that Rosa looks fine in that dress."

Mexican Guy #2: "Yeah man, I'm so glad she's had her quinceanera now. Shit, I've been watching her for a year...move over son, watch how the game is played."

See celebration, birthday, mexican, womanhood, cake

2.

1. Spanish for a Latin female's fifteenth birthday celebration Latin equivalent to American sweet sixteen.

2. Latin female celebrating her fifteenth birthday.

My sister's quinceanera is going to be totally radical.

3.

1. Celebration of a girl's 15th birthday, marking her "womanhood" and such. Usually huge, like a mini wedding; everyone dresses up all formally, and plays, the works.

2. The excuse Latin (especially Mexican) families use to bascially say, "Hey, my daughter's available now. Do not be afraid to approach."

Guy #1: "Daaayum, that Rosa looks damn fine in that dress."

Guy #2: "Yeah man, I'm so glad she's had her quinceanera now. Shit, I've been watching her for a year...move over son, watch how the game is played."

See celebration, party, womanhood, birthday, mexican

1.

1. Celebration of a girl's 15th birthday, marking her "womanhood" and such. Usually huge, like a mini wedding; everyone dresses up all formally, mariachi band plays, wedding-like cake, the works.

2. The excuse Latin (especially Mexican Catholic) families use to bascially say, "Hey, my daughter's available now. Do not be afraid to approach."

Mexican Guy #1: "Daaayum, that Rosa looks fine in that dress."

Mexican Guy #2: "Yeah man, I'm so glad she's had her quinceanera now. Shit, I've been watching her for a year...move over son, watch how the game is played."

See celebration, birthday, mexican, womanhood, cake

2.

1. Spanish for a Latin female's fifteenth birthday celebration Latin equivalent to American sweet sixteen.

2. Latin female celebrating her fifteenth birthday.

My sister's quinceanera is going to be totally radical.

3.

1. Celebration of a girl's 15th birthday, marking her "womanhood" and such. Usually huge, like a mini wedding; everyone dresses up all formally, and plays, the works.

2. The excuse Latin (especially Mexican) families use to bascially say, "Hey, my daughter's available now. Do not be afraid to approach."

Guy #1: "Daaayum, that Rosa looks damn fine in that dress."

Guy #2: "Yeah man, I'm so glad she's had her quinceanera now. Shit, I've been watching her for a year...move over son, watch how the game is played."

See celebration, party, womanhood, birthday, mexican


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