A simple hola is the standard way of saying hello in Peru. Its friendly but informal, so stick with formal greetings when addressing elders and authority figures.
How do Peruvians greet people?
In Peru, greetings are very important because they emphasise that an individual is acknowledged and welcomed. The most common greeting is a handshake. The abrazo is a standard greeting among friends and family. This consists of a handshake and a hug between men and a hug and a kiss on the right cheek between women.
How do you say handsome in Peru?
churro — an attractive or handsome man.
What do Peruvians eat for breakfast?
Traditional Breakfast Foods of PeruBreakfast in Peru is usually pretty simple: fresh bread with butter, jam, cheese, ham or avocado. Along Perus coast, a classic Sunday breakfast may include chicharrón de chancho: fried pork usually served with bread, onion, chopped ají and sweet potato or fried yuca.More items •May 16, 2017
What does Huevon mean in Peru?
dude or guy huevón. This pan-South American slang word means dude or guy.
What does nei hou mean?
Nei hou,你好，means “ola” / “hello”.
What is Chingona?
1. a Spanish slang term meaning “bad ass woman” Although the word “chingona” is a Spanish term, it is not limited to Latinas. A chingona is any woman who chooses to live life on her own terms.