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Definition of Varrio

Varrio

noun

  • A word Hispanic gangsters use to call their "Hood" (Also spelled Barrio)
    Where is your varrio ese?

    Last edited on Apr 28 2022. Submitted by M.A. Capone from Grand Junction, CO, USA on Apr 28 2022.

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