hispanic and/or cholo term for hello
door Kelly 31 oktober 2003
Pronouced Cue Vo. It is an almost obselete term for Hello or What's Up in cholo culture. Nowadays, only real cholos/Mexicans use this term, since it is so old, and little gangbanger kids probably don't know what it is. It is mostly a Mexican-American term.
(man walks into a room full of his homies or his familia and says) Q-Vo!
door pandawoman909 2 augustus 2008
Short for "qué hubo?"

Hello? What's up? What's Happening?

Cholo-speak.

Possible variations include: q-vo, qvo.
q'vo homies, what's going on tonight?
door anacronismo 31 augustus 2006
QVO
QVO also known as EAST SIDE QVO is the largest most powerful gang in the state of utah, also having influences on california, las vegas, kansas city, and portland. there is two chapters in this gang, the raskals which are the weaker and younger ones, and the lokotez which are the older more powerful ones (o.g'z/ shottcallers) QVO has been around since the 80's lead by Raul "SPEEDY" Gonzalez r.i.p! QVO continues to be active and gaining members, guns, etc
(QVO MEANS WUSSUP) IM FROM THAT BIGG WUSSUP GANG/ EAST UP LOKO/ QVO MOFUCKER!
door Salt Lake Metro Gang Unit 8 november 2010

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