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Friday, September 14, 2012

Children say a word that sounds like "teetee". What is the meaning?

I am not too sure about that one.
I asked around, but got 'unsure' answers.
Does anyone else have any idea?
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  1. tati or tantin (auntie)

  2. auntie...a few common words derive from dominican spanish speakers...teetee/auntie