The phrase "¡Ay caramba!" is roughly the same as "oh, woe!" -- an expression of grief or exasperation.
Although the etymology is likely from carajo (male sex organ), it is frequently used strongly to mean "hell" or [excrement].
Ay caramba is an expression meaning "Oh gosh".
# # Sa larong luksong baka ay merong isang taya na kailangan na luksungan kapag dumikit sa taya habang siya ay tumalon ay siya naman ang taya...!!! #
Dilber Ay was born on July 12, 1958, in Turkey.
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It's spelled "caramba," and it's an interjection. "¡Ay caramba!" would mean something like "Oh my goodness!" or "Yikes!"
"Ay caramba!" is a minced oath, meaning a curse that's been changed so it doesn't sound like a curse. The word "caramba" comes from the Spanish word "carajo," a slang word for male genitalia. Just like some people don't like the word "dang," some people won't like "Ay caramba." To most people, it won't be a curse, but to some it will be.
No.He says Ay Caramba.
¡Ay, caramba! it's an exclamation of surprise (negative or positive), it can be translated "oh my god!"jajaja it's just hahaha
Ay Caramba, after catching Homer and Marge in bed together.
The Spanish interjection is spelled caramba (often ¡Ay, caramba!), a mild oath related to carajo,originally a nautical term (crow's nest) but given a genital connotation.
Caramba was created in 1981.
La Caramba died in 1787.
La Caramba was born in 1751.
he said "I curumba!" when he saw homer and marge "Snuggling"
No. The correct spelling is caramba.