Since I'm doing the Spanish alphabet, I have one extra letter to deal with! Extra good times for me!
Ñato is a term used to describe a guy with a big nose.
Almost everybody has a nickname, and it's often based on physical appearance. If you have big ears, you'll be called "orejon" (big ears). If you're fat, you'll be called it. If you have big eyes, a big butt, whatever, that could become your nickname. People are very vocal about things in Peru. I was often told I'd lost / gained weight which was strange for me at first, but you get used to it. You'd think this would lead to an increased amount of people having eating disorders, but I found it to be the opposite. Nobody really seems to care that you have a big nose or that you are fat, it's just stated - hey fatty- and that's that- I've been called fat a few times and I am of average build. Nobody here would ever call me overweight so I was a bit shocked the first time I heard it. It's kind of a joke, but often it's a true joke, and most people don't take it to heart. Imagine that!