BUONA PASQUA – Italian American Slang Word of the Day w/ Stevie B

Buona Pasqua

Italian American Slang Word of the Day

w/ Stevie B


Actually is a greeting that Celebrates Easter

Have a Good Easter 

Happy Easter 


Growin’ up I heard this every Easter. Just as an exclamation or a well wish everyone would wish each other a……. 

“Buona Pasqua”


If you grew up in an Italian American or for that matter any Italian / English speaking Immigrant family…. didn’t matter if you were first, second or third generation you heard these slang words. 


OOO Chooch is an example of what we are calling an Italian American Slang word

Actually many of them were simply words that had been bastardized in the transition from Italian or from a particular Italian dialect into English.


Stevie B


These days they are just too funny to hear but all of us remember words such as Capeesh (Capisci) for example. Capeesh was a word that meant Understand in Italian. So when the people emigrated and wanted to react to someone that didn’t understand they would say… Capeesh? It is just something that we all grew up with. 


Stevie B.. Italian Slang Word of the Day

In these videos Stevie B. in a non vulgar way brings back these adorable words for us to hear again. Some people take offense saying that we are in some way dimunizing our culture. On the other hand these are fond memories we have of our Italian ancestry. 



Stevie B and the Italian Slang Word of the Day


As I go through his library of slang words my memory comes alive. Words like Pazzo or Crazy, Acita or Heartburn, Mortadefam or Morta di fame which translates into starving to death or as a noun to describe someone as a mortadem. Somebody that always complains that he is poor or in a bad way… starving to death. 


Stevie B


Managia which I often say to this day is kind of a swear word that is an expression of unpleasant surprise.

Che Cozzo – Which begs to ask why? But not really in a nice way.


Crazy Stevie B as he conjures up the Italian Slang Word of the Day


Anyway you will see what I mean. We applaud Stevie for putting these together. Really cracks me up and… Not only does he say and describe the Italian or Dialect version of the word he also expresses the same thing in “Proper English”. Just Too Funny. So take a moment and let Stevie entertain you with the Italian Slang word of the Day. We can all use a good laugh.

“So from our families to yours!”

!..Buona Pasqua..!



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