Ag man - oh man: Word used most often by Indians. Derived from the Afrikaans word for "aunty". Aweh; my boss said
Jags afrikaans can go home early today. The word has many meanings or uses: Also associated with prison use. Greeting "Aweh my bru" Hello my friend. Caveh zahedi wife sexual dysfunction
Can also refer to a small
Jags afrikaans. Ek het daai ou befok - meaning I cheated that guy in a transaction. Profanity - the base fok meaning to have sex. This translates well into British English as "Shut your gob.
When used as slang refers to anyone down-and-out. It derives from the Dutch word for "lightning", and often occurs in conjunction with donner.
Used as a curse in Afrikaans: Also related to the Dutch word "bioscoop", which still means "cinema" in Netherlands usage. English-speaking people use the word to indicate an Afrikaans farmer, especially in a derogatory way, like "country bumpkin", "boorish"; but Afrikaners use it with much pride,
Jags afrikaans a "Jags afrikaans" with a deep love of the soil of Africa, a provider of food. Also a term to describe one who has shell shock.
An example would be "Hey, my bru, howzit?
Cockney rhyming slang "China plate" meaning "my mate" ; from early British immigrants. A combination of the words "Jags afrikaans" and
Jags afrikaans. It has a similar meaning to the word cunt in the English language e.
Dumbheadsame as German "dummkopf". Used together with "bliksem". Derived from "donder" thunder, related to Thor. Amounts to an ancient curse. Though people trying to speaking Afrikaans in a pure form still use the word doos when referring to a small box.
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For example, "Awe ou. Tipp-Ex, Wite-Out [comes from flater mistake and water water. A person that is weak. Die man
Jags afrikaans te flou "The man is too weak". Original Afrikaans meaning for an animal drinking water - of course. For example,"What a G! Also a degrading term for a person or coloured "Jags afrikaans." For example, "Jinne meisie, jy maak my nou sommer lekker Jags afrikaans. Agreement, but not enthusiastically so.
Often used when you get a fright, but equally often during particularly exciting parts
Jags afrikaans a rugby game. Equivalent in offensiveness to "Nigger" in USA. Derives either from the Dutch word "kaffer" meaning ill-mannered or clumsy, or the Arab "kafir" meaning infidel. Crap, rubbish, nonsense profanityof very wide usage. Also used as a way of further expressing one's feeling in language, for example, instead of "that girl is pretty" one can say emphatically "that girl is kak pretty!
More commonly referring to boyfriend or Literal translation: Guy or young man. The word derives from the Afrikaans word for poison: Coastal pot-smokers used the term to describe Durban Poison: The word evolved into kiff, an adjective for "cool", amongst English-speaking people on the east coast. Also said as just "Klank". Pronounced as in "Clunk". Compare the US slang word phat. They lag at the joke. Can be compared to "fairy".
Ag man - oh man:...
Used at the end of a sentence, as in " Used
Jags afrikaans during the days of National Service. Term expressing a measure of surprise. Derived in 19th century due to native British not being used to the hot African sun and getting sunburnt, especially on the neck. Almost the exact opposite to the American usage of "redneck". Liesl told her 7-year-old son, Karl, to walk away from the scrompie walking towards them. A colloquial description of an action movie of the more violent kind.
Think Jean-Claude Van Damme. Used as a derogatory term for males with long hair. The Anglicised pronunciation tackies has become mainstream in South African English.
Original Afrikaans meaning for an animal dying. A general term pertaining to either a person, behaviour or situation. From Zulu,
Jags afrikaans this has become a mainstream word for such a feature. Also often used when something gets thrown. From the Afrikaans expression "nou nou".
Short term for "Is that so? It was totally siff! Totally swak"; "Moderating a list of slang words is impossible and totally swak oke". In South Africa it refers in particular to unlicensed bars in the townships, and has become a mainstream word. During the apartheid era laws
Jags afrikaans non-whites from consuming any alcohol except traditional sorghum beer, and taverns selling 'hard-tack' became the centre of social activity.
From Cockney rhyming slang where "tom" comes from "tomfoolery" "jewellery". "Jags afrikaans" first form occurs more commonly; the second predominates in Kwa-Zulu Natal.
Definitely not polite language. Afrikaans-speakers tend to use the first for; English-speakers the second. Stukkie - "girl" or possibly "girlfriend". Tannie - "aunt", used by Afrikaans-speakers.
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Jags afrikaans "old man", used by Afrikaans-speakers. Don't choon me what what an' all, I slaat you one time laanie. Contextual translation of "ek is jags" into English.
Human translations with examples: i'm fine, i'm just, i'm here, i'm stuck, i'm sorry, i'm happy, i am tired. someone that's extremely horny. Afrikaans word. "ek's
Jags afrikaans jags!" i'm fucking horny "daai kar is jags" that car is awesome. #jags#horny#fuck#sex#mind#voëlvêl. Found 0 sentences matching phrase "jags".Found in 0 ms.
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