“Munyayo” or “muñañyo” now means “come on!” However, many Spanish speakers say that word might just be gibberish since it does not really have a direct Spanish to English translation.
There’s an Urban Dictionary definition from January 2021 that says it translates to “suck my dick papa, oh! come on!”. The entry breaks down the words within the phrase, saying that ‘chupa’ derives from a Spanish word that means ‘to suck a dick’, while ‘papi’ means ‘father or papa’ and ‘munyayo’ apparently means ‘come on’.
Interesting, this work can be spelled two ways on the app depending on who is using it. For example, you can see it appear as ‘munanyo’ or you can see it written as ‘muñaño’. This means that a lot of people assume it is Spanish due to the way it is spelled and how it sounds.
So, the real meaning of Chupapi is “s*ck daddy”, on the other hand, Munanyo refers to “a big c*ck” in English. It’s a big chicken. BJ. You know what I mean, right? It’s actually kind of inappropriate words and shouldn’t be used in daily conversation. What about ‘Chumami’ meaning? The explanation is not completely different from ” chupapi.”
For example, you can see it appear as ‘munanyo’ or you can see it written as ‘muñaño’. This means that a lot of people assume it is Spanish due to the way it is spelled and how it sounds. But, if you type munanyo into Google Translate, you do not get any results back.
The catchphrase appears to have had a presence on TikTok for a few months now, but we think it may originate with TikTok user @jaykindafunny8 (who appears to favor the “muñañyo” spelling, FWIW). He refers to himself as the “CEO of Muñañyoooo” in his bio, and has many, many videos that feature him saying “muñañyo” over and over again.