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  • Romo said he used to call Gilles "mijo," (spanish slang for 'my son') and says he kept in touch with the deLisles often.

  • “Do you know, mijo, that we all love you very much?”

    Tattoos on the Heart

  • Do you, mijo, have a plan mapped out for this woman?

    Crazy Loco Love

  • So, mijo, you are going to have to keep your eyes open and learn as you go.

    Crazy Loco Love

  • Believe me, mijo, to teach you how to play poker or dice and how to go to Las Vegas and win five out of six times is easy compared to teaching a man how to deal with the women in his life.

    Crazy Loco Love

  • You are our only male child left, so I say to you, step forth, mijo, and become un hombre de los buenos —a man who knows how to respect all life and protect his mother and sisters.

    Crazy Loco Love

  •             “Hey, mijo, how was school?” my mother asked when I got home.

    El Gabacho

  •             “Ay, mijo,” she said, and the quiet on the other end sounded a lot like disappointment.

    Bloody Knuckles

  •            “Ay, mijo, you're becoming a man,” Granny Lupe said when we arrived at five a.m., having driven straight through to Bakersfield.

    Bloody Knuckles

  •             “Ay, mijo, how's your face?” she asked when Mom put me on.

    Bloody Knuckles


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  • my son

    combination of mi (my) and hijo (son)

    used among friends or when talking to someone younger the you

    April 16, 2009