British English: pepper /ˈpɛpə/ NOUN. spice Pepper is a spice with a hot taste which you put on food.
pēpē 1. (loan) (noun) baby.
Pepé Le Pew – or Pépé le Putois as we call him in French – was born in 1945 and is probably one of the most famous stereotypical French character in all of American TV… Pepé was a parody of worldwide famous French actors of the time, like Charles Boyer or Yves Montand.
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The most well known nickname in Spanish is for people named José; the nickname is Pepe, which comes from the abbreviation of the old form of José: “Josepe.” Another strange case is the case of Paco, Curro and Pancho, which are all short for Francisco.
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Northern Italian: from a pet form of Giuseppe, Italian form of Joseph.
grandfather; grandpa; granddad.
Pepe the Frog (/ˈpɛpeɪ/) is an Internet meme consisting of a green anthropomorphic frog with a humanoid body. Pepe originated in a 2005 comic by Matt Furie called Boy’s Club. It became an Internet meme when its popularity steadily grew across Myspace, Gaia Online and 4chan in 2008.
it means new employee, low-grade employee, freshman, novice, beginner or something. The Kanji 平 means plain, flat, common or ordinary, by the way. by ajapaneseboy. rate this post as useful. Re: The term pepe.
Meaning of Pepe
Pepe is a nickname for Jose,Giuseppe, Jusepe. In Latin, Saint Joseph’s name is always followed by the letters “P.P” for pater putativus (commonly accepted) father of Jesus Christ. In Spanish, the letter “P” is pronounced “peh” giving rise to the nickname Pepe for Jose.”
The Pepe family originally lived in either Peppard or Pipard in Normandy. The surname Pepe belongs to the large category of Anglo-Norman habitation names, which are derived from pre-existing names for towns, villages, parishes, or farmsteads.
Pedro (alternate archaic spelling Pêro) is a masculine given name. Pedro is the Spanish, Portuguese, and Galician name for Peter. Its French equivalent is Pierre while its English and Germanic form is Peter.
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[meme ] feminine noun (informal) 1. (= grand-parent) granny.
Pepe and Meme are how a lot of French speaking children call their grandparents in France, in Switzerland, in Quebec, etc.. Pepe and Meme are also how one would (not always) affectionately call old folks.
These forms can also be written out and used: mémé and pépé. Another very common set of terms is papy (or papi) and mamy (or mamie). These terms are primarily used in France, whereas mémère and pépère and mémé and pépé are used in both France and Canada.
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|Other names||Pepe, Jose (nicknames)|
Borrowed by English, papi is a Spanish colloquialism for “daddy,” extended as a general term of endearment like “buddy” for a friend or “my man” for a romantic partner.
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