Definition funny of Cuica:

urbanChilean Spanish for a person from the upper class, who is generally rich and quite often spoilt. Equivalent to the British rah.

urbanPersona 1: Esa mina es tan linda. Persona 2: Sipo, pero es súper cuica!

urbana derogatory name for a Texan

urban"Armando! Stop being such a cuica and eat something other than El Paso salsa!"


Songs about Cuica:

songsO Ronco Da Cuica by Lenine from the Album Joao Bosco Songbook Vol. 3

songsA Cuica e A Bonita by dld3 from the Album A Cuica e A Bonita - Single

songsMidnight At The Oasis [Cuica Remix] by Maria Muldaur from the Album What Is Hip-Remix Project Vol. 1 (U.S. Version)

songsO Ronco da Cuica by CéU from the Album CéU

songsRonco Da Cuica by Da Lata feat. Jandira Silva & Pedro Martins from the Album Fabiola

songsTamborim, Cuíca, Ganzá, Berimbau by Azymuth from the Album Aguia Não Come Mosca (Remasterizado)

songsCuica Laranja Azeda by Azymuth from the Album Misturada 2


Books about Cuica:

booksCuica by Neysa Jordán (2010)

booksRelacion De Un Viaje Por Tierra De Los Cuicas by Rafael Ramon Castellanos (1958)

booksCuica de Santo Amaro: Controversia no cordel (Biblioteca de cordel) (Portuguese Edition) by Cuica (2000)

booksEle, o tal Cuica de Santo Amaro (Colecao Literatura de cordel) (Portuguese Edition) by Edilene Matos (1998)

booksLos timoto-cuicas: Mitos o realidad (Spanish Edition) by Gilberto Duran (1995)


Wiki information Cuica:

Musical instrument, Musical Performance Role

Cuíca, or "kuweeca", is a Brazilian friction drum with a large pitch range, produced by changing tension on the head of the drum. Cuíca is Portuguese for a type of small opossum which is known to make a high-pitched sound. It is most often used in...

Timoto–Cuica people

Timoto–Cuica people were an indigenous group compromised primarily of two tribes, the Timotes and the Cuicas, that inhabited in the Andean region of western Venezuela. They were closely related to the Muisca people of the Andes, who spoke a Chibchan...