Guaglione

 · PEREZ PRADO - Guaglione ().

Guaglione. " Guaglione " is a Neapolitan song with music by Giuseppe Fanciulli and words by Nicola "Nisa" Salerno. This original version of the song was the winning song at the IV Festival di Napoli which was broadcast on radio in Guaglione (Neapolitan pronunciation: [waʝˈʝoːnə]) is Neapolitan for "boy", but as slang can mean Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins.

 · Perez Prado ()Guaglione is a Neapolitan song with music by Giuseppe Fanciulli and words by Nicola "Nisa" Salerno. It was the winning song at the IV Napol.

 · Boy, young boy, frivolous and unreliable person (adj) funny, playful, irresponsible.

Translation of 'Guaglione' by Robertino Loreti from Neapolitan to English. Contributions: translations, 5 transliterations, thanks received, 74 translation requests fulfilled for 47 members, 66 transcription requests fulfilled, added 12 idioms, explained 13 idioms, left comments.


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  1. Definition of guaglione in the dictionary. Meaning of guaglione. What does guaglione mean? Information and translations of guaglione in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.

  2. Guaglione, Aurelio Fierro. This song won the Festival di Napoli in , and made Aurelio Fierro famous not only in Italy, but also in America. The term "guaglione" appears in all classic Italian dictionaries; it was born in Naples and then migrated all over Italy. It refers to a teenager, a boy a little more than ten years old, that has.

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