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nICOLE mILLER said:
wHAT DOES "SA" OR "essay" OR "ESA" mEAN IN sPANISH

ese (noun, masc.) homeboy. A very friendly term to refer to your amigo. (Mexican and Puerto Rican Spanish).

An example:
"Oye ese! Que hay de nuevo?"
("Hey there, homeboy, what's up?").

The Alternative Dictionaries
http://spanish.about.com/

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esa is not nomaly use in Espana but can b use at end of word for an xampl

mesa

tabel

lok lok yes yes here litle hed lok here -> :mad: ha ha it mean to laf

funy funy yes yes :p
 
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