What does siempre tuyo mean?

Answer Siempre tuyo is a Spanish phrase meaning "forever yours." It can also be spoken in the feminine form, "Siempre tuya." Siempre translates as "forever," and tuyo, or tuya, translates as "yours."Refer... Read More »

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