Definition of Pinini
It is used as an adjective to describe unhappy and miserable people, those who most of their time are going through adversity and problems.
The translation of the word pinini, due to its pronunciation in some Nordic languages, means pinion.
SYNONYMS FOR PININI
ANTONYMS FOR PININI
ORIGIN OF PININI
The origin of the word pinini arises in the prisons of the Dominican Republic, where a pinini is the typical prisoner who needs to do everything to receive the minimum. For this reason, its use is almost exclusive to this country and there is no extensive knowledge of it.
In some urban contexts it is possible to find that the word panini is always used in the same semantic direction. However, in other contexts, such as the musical, the term is used for other purposes.
CURIOSITIES OF PININI
El Pinini was a Spanish flamenco singer or cantaor who was well known in the middle in the 20th century. Despite his great talent, his original profession was that of a butcher.
Pinini Reggae is a song by the artist Sumo that combines rhythms of Rock and Reggae. The song was released in 1989 and was part of the album called fever.