Spanish word that substitutes "tu".
De donde sos "tu"?
De donde sos "vos"?
von JJmtx 9. Februar 2006
second person singular pronoun vos instead of tú in Spanish.
Vos is used extensively as the primary form of the second person singular in Argentina...
Use the pronoun vos reflecting the informal address in Spanish as opposed to the formal address of usted.
The independent disjunctive pronoun ti is also replaced by vos. That is, vos is both nominative and the form to use after prepositions
Therefore para ti "for you" becomes para vos, etc.

The preposition-pronoun compound contigo "with you" becomes con vos.

che vos, vení acá = Hey you, come here.
von El Galle 28. August 2010
you

In Argentina, the word "vos" replaces "tú" in almost all contexts of dialogue.

Both "vos" and "tú" are friendly uses of english word "you". The formal translation from the english "you" is "usted".
"¿Vos venís?" = "are you coming?"
"Che, vos, de dónde sos?" = "Hey, you, where are you from?"
von tryphineusen 28. August 2010
term used by Guatemalans referring to you (tu)
y vos, que hora son?
von Sarai F 10. Februar 2008
A wheel which wraps an expensive chrome rim.

"still Tippin' on four fours, wrapped in four vos
Tippin' on four fours, wrapped in four vos"
von jklosee 5. Juli 2006
to vos is to engage in masturbation to the point of ejaculation and subsiquently aim the ejaculate into one's own wide open mouth.
Dude I ran out of Kleenex today so i was forced to vos it after class...it was really salty, but clean up was a breeze.
von Wyldecard 10. November 2008
when you bail someone out of a terrible joke.
Any piece of shit that comes out of the mouth of comedian rich voss.
von fat mess bob kelly 14. März 2008

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