What does "Ay que Rico" mean in spanish?

The popular translation of the Spanish phrase "Ay que Rico" to English is "Oh how good", an expression of delight.

Word by word translations:

  • ay = oh!; ouch!, ow!
  • que = that; than
  • que = who, that; whom, that; that, which
  • rico = rich, wealthy; fertile; luxurious, valuable; delicious; adorable, lovely; great, wonderful
  • rico = rich person

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Updated on Thursday, July 17 2014 at 12:18PM EDT
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