Etymology. The Mexican word güero ultimately derives from the Spanish word huero (empty), from the expression huevo huero (an empty egg that was lost during incubation). The term huevo huero was associated with a sick person, and from this association came the association with the color white.
Güero (sometimes spelled huero, guero, or wero) is a word used in Mexico and parts of Central and South America to refer to a person with fair skin or blond, light brown, or red hair. The feminine form is güera.
healed. blonde, blonde.
Güey, pronounced whey, is Mexican slang for silly or silly, although it can also be used more as a slang term for man or boy.
It means a woman with blond hair. This is definitely light hair and / or skin. Here in Quintana Roo blondes are called Guero / Guera, but they are also nicknamed the black-haired white Latinas.
Gordito would mean heavy set or husky. You can also use Gordibueno or Gordibuena to mean the same thing, a slightly overweight but still attractive person. Gordito / a is often used as an expression of love, regardless of the person’s weight.
Green means to go because it is a safe ball and a ball that is used a lot.
2nd item. Güero is just slang for someone who is light and / or blond. The correct word is Rubio. In Mexico, bolillo (white sandwich) is a white and somewhat derogatory guy.
- Niña or Nena: This is more common for girls and can be used for babies and teenagers.
Blonde and blonde actually mean the same thing. Only blonde in French is the masculine form as both a noun and an adjective because adding E makes it feminine. So a blonde woman isn’t blonde, a man isn’t blonde.
The spelling is güero for a light or blond boy. IF a white girl was called Whetto then because Spanish has a lot of meaning, a white boy would be a Whetto.
The word weto is used in slang, which means skin of light in Spanish.
Poll. GUERA. Guera simply means a lighter Mexican woman, a lighter Mexican man would be Guero. However, when the skin, hair, eyes, etc. of someone become clearer. Gringa means someone who is not Spanish, but guera is only used for someone who is just lighter.
Guerra is a Portuguese, Spanish and Italian term which means war.
I have many Mexican friends, many of whom affectionately call me Guera. It is not derogatory, just descriptive. To an inexperienced English ear it looks like weda. Guera can mean blonde as previously mentioned, but it also means fair skin.