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Originally refers to any person who behaves similarly to an ape or an idiot. Same as the English pop culture slang 'yas'. A in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and antelope in Eastern Africa Kenya. Fanakalo fanagalo also refers to when people of non-Zulu origin attempt to speak Zulu without the proper pronunciation and throat sounds.

Fanakalo in Zulu literally means "same as this" — fana — same. Can be considered racist. Ah shame. Luhya tsiisi ubuntu — Nguni term for "mankind. Also associated with prison use. In singular words' syllables ending in "-d". Usually used to refer to a person who is often in a very bad mood. Central African Republic etc. English equivalent is "better to be safe than sorry". This translates in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and into British English as "Shut your gob.

These terms do not occur in formal South African English. Derived from the folk song "Jan. When you refer to another male as bro is it because you consider that person to be such a good friend he in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and like a brother.

The expression is based on the fact that the child goes blue in the face while screaming. May also be applied to DIY projects. Due to the large variety of home recipes for the sausage. Americans use the slang word goatee in that aspect. The plural "boewe". Refers to both the colour of the iris as well as a bruised and swollen eye black eye. Originally from the British English phrase "bloody hell". In some cases. The less violent version of "moer-strip". In Afrikaans. Refers to any person who has broken a law and got away with it.

Derived from the Afrikaans word of the same spelling for "to cuff" i. Bro can also be used for strangers but only also if you wish to show a welcoming and friendly attitude towards them or when you want to deescalate tension in a friendly way as in "Chill out bro".

All words are variations of the word in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and in In Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and meaning "brother". Based on the Afrikaans word bok lit. Daai weerlig was hard! These terms do not occur in formal South African English. Note when the letter "g" is either the first or last letter of the word or syllable, it is pronounced as an unvoiced velar fricative in the back of the throat. Note, words ending in "-ng" are pronounced identical to those in English.

Note, in most cases of plurals ending in -nde, the "d" falls away in the informal pronunciation and spelling and the "n" is duplicated in sound and re-positioned within the degrees of comparison. For example: In singular words' syllables ending in "-d", "-nd" and "-heid", the "d" is always pronounced as a "t". Note, the English term slang is used strictly in its English pronunciation in context, as the Afrikaans word of the same spelling though pronounced as "slung" translates as "snake". Fanakalo fanagalo also refers to when people of non-Zulu origin attempt to speak Zulu without the proper pronunciation and throat sounds.

Fanakalo in Zulu literally means "same as this" — fana — same, ka — as, lo — this. A—M[ edit ] aap — lit. Originally refers to any person who behaves similarly to an ape or an idiot, i.

Can be considered racist. Abba - not to be confused with Swedish pop-group ABBAit is a title given to God the Fatherderived from in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and Zulu word that means "to carry a child on one's back".

Ag shame, daardie baba is te oulik! Awe that baby is so cute! Ah shame, the poor dog died. Derived from the English "aunt", with the original meaning still intact. Aweh; my boss said I can go home early today. The word has many meanings or uses: Also associated with prison use.

Greeting "Aweh, my bru. Refers specifically to the scrotum. Can also mean "crazy" in a very strong sense, as in "Are you befok? Can also mean "to have sex with". Often referring to a person who is extremely angry. Usually used to refer to a person who is often in a very bad mood. This translates well into British English as "Shut your gob. English equivalent is "better to be safe than sorry".

Someone who will lovingly do something tough no matter if the odds are stacked against him. Derived from the folk song "Jan, Jan, Jan, die bielie van die bosveld". Which describes a man Jan who is willing to do any form of hard labour with a smile on his face. Originally from the British English phrase "bloody in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and. It derives from the Dutch word for "lightning", and often occurs in conjunction with donner. Daai weerlig was hard!

That lightning-strike was loud! Used as a curse in Afrikaans: The less violent version of "moer-strip", usually ends up with the sufferer warning the person who's annoying them to stop it immediately before they get angry and get to the point of the "stripping their moer". In some cases, the object of the fear develops into a fully fledged phobia, while in most cases, the child outgrows it. The expression is based on the fact that the child ladies phones in Tetovo Horny blue in the face while screaming, and that it is as if a murder has been committed.

Die klein laaitie het blou moord geskree toe hy op Kersvader se skoot sit. This little tyke was screaming blue murder when he had to sit on Santa's lap. Refers to both the colour of the iris as well as a bruised and swollen eye black eye. Refers to any person who has broken a law and got away with it.

Derived from the Afrikaans word of the same spelling for "to cuff" i. The plural "boewe", refers both to multiple persons in arrest and the handcuffs themselves. Considered outdated as "bliksem" and "skelm" are more commonly used. May also be applied to DIY projects.

In Afrikaans, literally "farmer's sausage", used as a mainstream word in South African English. Due to the large variety of home recipes for the sausage, a local commission was set up to ensure the meat was labelled correctly by butchers as "Boerewors", in order to preserve the original base-recipe.

Usually the term is primarily used by Southern Coastal regions to refer to the inland provinces that form a part of the plateau Gauteng and Free State province. Of unknown origin, it is the Afrikaans equivalent of "poop".

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Due to the fact that it's the most child-friendly description of defecationit's the censor's word of choice when needing to replace the less child-friendly word "stront" and the more vulgar "kak" in the all the same uses as the English word "shit".

Preferably used only when children are in the area. Another meaning for the word bokkie or bokbaardjie is for a style of beard which is short often pointy and stylish and often in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and just the mouth and chin in a circle. Based on the Afrikaans word bok lit. Americans use the slang word goatee in that aspect. A boorgat borehole is a common source of fresh waterespecially on a farm. Also a term for one who has shell shock.

Often modified for performance. From Afrikaans: Common usage: All words are variations of the word "broer" in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and Afrikaans meaning "brother".

Boetie Pronounced 'Boet - tea' specifically means little brother in Afrikaans because of the "ie" diminutive suffix. You could say, "Hey bro, howzit" or "Thanks a million bro for lending me your car". When you refer to another male as bro is it because you consider that person to be such a good friend he is like a brother, a family member.

Bro can also be used for strangers but only also if you wish to show a welcoming and friendly attitude towards them or when you want to deescalate tension in a friendly way as in "Chill out bro". However you would certainly not walk around calling every man you see, bro, because in South Africa the term is not used as loosely as it is in the US for example. Traditions surrounding the event usually stipulate that any left-over food and drinks are left behind with the hosts of the party as a parting in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and, unless the food was pre-prepared in a personal container.

Specifically to grill meat on an open fire. Popular meat choices are: Note that braaivleis only refers to red meat and white meat. It does not include any seafoodthus even though braaied snoek is popular in some areas, it's not considered as braaivleis. Usually served as a side-dish to braaivleis. Likely origin: Cockney rhyming slang "China plate" meaning "my mate" ; from early British immigrants. Also spelled tjommie. If you can call someone a chop it means they are being irritating or an acting like an idiot, "Don't be a chop".

Calling someone a piece of meat is not a compliment it is a light insult but this word is sometimes used in a friendly way. Is used when a person has had something done, or wants to have something done in a short amount of time. Derived from the chopping of a knife. Casual Fridays are encouraged annually due to the public school system's dress code employing a uniform, similar to European school dress codes.

So once or twice a year, students are encouraged to come to school in their civvies. Is considered a more playful sounding name. Often considered to be a part of illegal street racingdicing under the legal limit though is usually permitted, though still frowned upon. Can be a derogatory term for being overweight, similar to "dikgat", as well wife in Karnal pussy Wheeling the Satiety -state also known as the absence of hunger after a meal, or the sensation of being "full" dikbek — grumpy, in a huff literally: Derogatory term for overweight people, used in conjunction with "vetgat" diedonnerend; diemoerend; diebliksemend — lit.

Dutch — dinges. Dirty Dave - Man from the south of Cape Town - also known as "chubby". Jou Ma se in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and Used as a strong disagreement. Dog het gedog hy plant 'n veer en 'n hoender kom op — lit. Used in retort when someone says they thought something was a good idea and it turned out to be not. Dumbheadsame as German "Dummkopf" or Dutch "domkop" dom nool — emphasis of "stupid idiot" donner — in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and beat up.

Used in conjunction with "bliksem". Derived from "donder" thunder, related to Thor. Amounts in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and an ancient curse. Like "Nick I'm going to donner you". Often used in frustration with another person or thing: Based on a rhyme in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and the same name, which satirically describes why a donkey should be considered "wonderful". Originally refers to a tot measure.

The diminutive form "doppie" refers to a bottle cap. Refers to someone who is uninterested in choosing a side in an argument and therefore remains neutral. A crude but humorous way to say "go finger-fuck yourself" DStv — a popular digital satellite television pay-service throughout Southern Africa. The satellite-decoders, mainly used by all the subscribers, are often informally referred to just as "a DStv" instead of "DStv-decoder". Generally used as an insult or in a derogatory way.

Can be used as both a noun: Expression of surprise. Of Bantu origin. Used when a person is confused by a new revelation, like for example: Wat gaan hier aan? Julle was nou-net in a goeie bui gewees? A second ago the two of you were in such a good mood? Used in conjunction with "nou-toe-nou" and "en dit nou".

For example, "Awe ou. Steek 'n ent! Also refers to a small distance away: That car is an entjie away from you. A non-profit organization that preserves the integrity of the Afrikaans people's culture in history, literature, music and the performing arts.

Music listed in the In Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and. Songbook is generally perceived as mostly Afrikaans folk music. Tipp-ExWite-Out [comes from flater mistake and water water ] flou — an unfunny weak joke from the Afrikaans word for weakcan also refer to weak coffee or tea or weak alcoholic drink.

A person that is weak. Die man is te flou — "The man is too weak". Derived from the phrase: Kyk Noord en Fok voort. Look North, and go forth. In Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and response to an unanswerable question vulgar.

Similar to "I don't know who knows" fokker — lit. Also the name of the Dutch aircraft manufacturer, Fokker. Literally means "absolutely nothing" vulgar: Ek het fokkol geld "I've got no money". Also refers lit. Can also be used as a shortened version of the word "gaan" going to. Ek sal jou soo hard pak gee, dat jou gat velle gaan brand!

I'm gonna give you such a big hiding that bum is gonna feel like it's burning. Ek is gatvol vir jou kak. I've had enough of your shit. Usually a negative connotation in relation to a person being either: Literal English translation will align it with "-ness" a.

An example is: Gaap is Afrikaans for yawn. Also refers to a viral television advertisement from the s involving a little boy playing with his toy Ferrari Testarossa by the South African Oil company, Sasol.

The term also became one of Sasol's signature slogans. Derived from a nut moer that strips its threads when excessive force is applied. Derived from the red thermometer and used as a metaphor as illustrated by Donald Duck when he gets mad. Used in conjunction with "bloediglik vererg".

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Moola - lit. Is the English slang term for money as well as the name of the actual mobile-currency used in the now defunct Mxit. Used at the end of a sentence, as in " Jy weet mos. Obviously, as you know.

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Refers to the text-based grammar usage that was popularized by the now-defunct Mxit, a free instant messaging service. How R U? Hoe ganit? Hoe gaan dit? I'm gr8 I'm great. N—Z[ edit ] naai Afrikaans — copulate; but strictly speaking "sew", from the action of a sewing machine needle. Used extensively during the days of national service. The South African English equivalent is "hey", for example "Eish, its cold hey?

Term expressing a measure of surprise. Refers women in nwokc Milan near Any an event that happened within a few minutes ago. Refers to an event that happened a while ago, though still within 12hrs. Also means "narrow". English equivalents are: Ek het my eksamen vraestel net-net deur gekom I just barely passed my exam. Nou gaan ons Braai! Pokes fun at the procrastination of the in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and, who intends to start immediately, but doesn't start till much much later.

It usually takes up to 1 hour to prepare the fire and in that time, the braaier can get easily distracted by socializing. O Griet! A catchphrase uttered by the beloved witch Liewe Heksie when calling out her magic horse, Griet, whom she's able to in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and with in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and phrase, though she never remembers his name and as a result she only ever summons him by accident whenever she's in panic. The in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and of the catchphrase ensured that it gained use via the general public and therefore is used by a person whenever their in a state of panic.

O gonna Madonna — "g" sound pronounced in the back of the throat Derived from "O Gonna" "Oh Shit", but not vulgarthe singer Madonna 's name was added to the phrase by Leon Schuster for comedic rhyming effect, it has since become one of his signature catchphrases along with: OK - lit.

When used in in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and with the original word "okay", the franchise's name can become a source of comedy, for example: Refers usually to an elderly man and a father. Pap porridge is primarily known in three stages; all three are variant to the water-to-maize ratio: Unlike most international porridges, pap specifically the aforementioned phutupap and stywepap variations is commonly served at both breakfast and dinner times in the Northern half of the country.

Refers to a stapler. Also means "to give a hiding", as the shortened version of "pakslae" patat Rica Milf Costa personals in lit. A favourite side-dish for Afrikaners, the name "patat" "pah-tut" can also become a pet-name or term of endearment. Somebody who is paraat, generally has "houding" i. Can refer to an idiot, but is less derogatory and often used to lightly joke with the person in question. When someone is accusing another person of bullshitting them: Jy probeer my se dat perdedrolle is fye!

You're trying to tell me that horseshit is figs! It features thin layers of milk chocolate and tubes of mint -flavoured crunch. It is also popularly used as a topping on a milk-based tart that shares its name. Also, when someone falls down: Plaas gekoop.

Can also refer to a Band-Aid. The "flatness" refers to the fact that the area is geographically similar to farmlands. Refers to anything that is considered too expensive regardless of its actual worth, considering that a farm is one of the most expensive pieces of property in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and could privately own. Piet Pompies — used to identify an anonymous man, similar to Joe Soap. Can be used as source of comedy: Ek voel soos 'n poepol. Diminutive form of poepol, strictly reserved as a term of endearment between couples.

Derived from the English term "poop", it literally means "to pass gas". Meaning the argument being presented is falling on deaf ears due to either a much more intimidating defense, or just plain ignorance, i. Its closest English counterpart would be "it's like talking to a brick wall".

Refers to a person who is sleeping in late, though it specifically points to the person wasting time because of it. Ek gaan jou so 'n harde poesklap gee, jou tanne gaan vibreer vir maande lank. I'm gonna smack you so hard, that your teeth will vibrate for months.

Poesklap therefore is far more life-threatening than a "bitch-slap". Is an informal reference to a person's feet "voete" in Afrikaans directly relating the condition and size of the feet to that of an animal's paws.

Potjiekos — lit. Is a meat and vegetable dish that is specially cooked in a potjie. It is traditionally slow-cooked over an open fire for a couple of hours before being served during a Braai social gathering. Though it is similar to a stew, the main differences are: Potjiekos is traditionally served with phutupap or samp. Though it is considered a meal on its own, it can also be served as a side dish to braaivleis and Mielies corn on the cob as both would take up a considerable amount of in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and on the plate.

It is a term of endearment towards young beautiful women, and can also extend to much younger girls usually via a grandfather-figure. The closest English equivalent would be "poppet". As an anglicism it is derived from its English counterpart which means to temporarily stop an audio or video, or a musical break. In its Afrikaans pronunciation it refers specifically to an intermission in theatre and a school recess.

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Due to code-switchingthe English pronunciation in its original meaning is also regularly used by Afrikaners, though it is separated from the Afrikaans pronunciation's meaning. Ek moet die video pause Eng pro. I have to pause in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and video because we're going on recess now. Of Khoi origin. The term has more recently become a statement of Afrikaner-pride across all the official languages.

Specifically between those who have a deep respect for the Afrikaans language regardless of whether it's their mother tongue or not. A person who talks non-stop. To strongly convince someone to agree with you. A sarcastic response to the question "What time is it? Refers more to sporadic bragging rightsthan egocentrism. Refers to any person who becomes easily disorientated when no visual references are helping their navigation, i.

It can also be in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and to humorously describe a person's poor sense of directionfor example: Original Afrikaans translation for "bunk-bed" is "stapelbed". Riet "Reed" refers to the bunk bed frame's flimsy appearance while "kooi" is the slang term for a bed specifically a single-bedderived from the Capetonian dialect. Afrikaans for "a robot ". Is also used exclusively in South Africa, to refer to a traffic light. Originating from traffic guards during the British colonization period, for moving like a robot while directing traffic.

Though the traffic guard has largely been replaced by the traffic light, the name stuck. Derived in the 19th century due to native British not being used to the hot African sun and getting sunburnt, especially on the neck. Alternative explanation, reference to the fact that British officers during the two Boer Wars had red collars.

Early In Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and usage of " redneck " referred to the farmers who were commonly sunburned due to field work. The term later came to be used by liberals as an epithet for conservatives from the poor rural southern states, and nowadays is expanded in use to label any conservatives from any state whose political views differ from that of liberals. Refers to the British soldiers of the Anglo-Boer Wars that wore red coats. English Equivalent is the apostrophe 's.

Used in conjunction with "syne" his and "hare" hers safari — a camping adventure into the African wilderness, including in a nature reserve saffa — lit. Taken from the initials "S. This sometimes also extends to the South African Expats. Based on the popular song "Sewe Sakke Sout" by Afrikaans singer Anneli Van Rooyen, the phrase is a tongue-twister commonly used in speech therapy for those who speak with a lisp.

The song itself also describes the titular Sannie speaking with a lisp. Sarie Marais - is a popular folk song. The song describes the relationship between an unnamed man and a beautiful young Afrikaans Boeremeisie named Sarie Marais during the Anglo-Boer War period. Ag sies man. Sie-sah — expression of goodness, or of disgust, depending on context. Liesl told her 7-year-old son, In Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and, to walk away from the scrompie walking towards in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and. Refers to a job done badly and a messy room.

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Derived from a man of in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and origin known as "Siebies" short for Siebert or Sieberhagen soos 'n poep innie bad in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and lit "like a fart in a bathtub of water". Refers to something rising very quickly literally like the bubbles caused by a fartfor example: Soos wat die vliegtuig opgestyg het, toe klim ons soos 'n poep innie bad tot by ons cruising altitude.

As the plane took off, we ascended like a fart in a bathtub to our cruising altitude. Refers to relaxing after a long hard day. Literally "little sheep". Afrikaans 'skeef', skew skiet kat - Vomiting in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and, skiet en boomklim — literally "kicking, shooting and climbing trees".

A colloquial description of an action film, usually of the lighter, more humorous kind. Think Jackie Chan. A colloquial description of an action movie of the more violent kind. It is a children's rhyme that discusses a mistruth. It is the Afrikaans equivalent of "liar liar pants on fire.

Also, "squanz"; "Yo, dat bru is skwaanz! We don't hang wit daardie fok. Slap is Afrikaans for "limp". French fries refers to thinly cut chips. The original English usage of the term "Tuck shop" stays intact.

Usually used to discipline a child. Someone with one foot in England, the other in South Africa and their penis hanging in the Atlantic Ocean.

Refers to anyone who is standing and staring unnecessarily at something whether it is at an object or into blank space, i. Based on the biblical figure Lot's wifewho turned into a pillar of salt after disobeying God 's command by looking back at the Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. Refers to a piggy bank. Whereby a driver would spin his car's wheels while performing a doughnut and various other drift -style maneuvers for showcase value in front of an audience.

Refers to candy floss. As the antelope is the national animal of South Africa, its name has been used in several specialized fields to indicate a "belonging" to the country, incl: Can also refer in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and rough sex, similar to "naai". Also commonly used when someone is hungover. For example, "I am so stukkend". Stuur Groete aan Mannetjies Roux - lit. The song describes a young girl going to live on a farm with her aunt and uncle, who are avid supporters of South African Rugby Union player Mannetjies Roux pronounced Munne-keys in Afrikaans Roux as in French.

A film based on the song was eventually released in Refers to a very strong sucking sensation caused by a thick viscous drink when drinking it through a straw, especially a McDonald's milkshake, which is famous for the sensation.

Original Afrikaans: Also used to suggest that someone's behaviour was harsh with varying degrees of seriousness, depending on tone and contextfor example: A verbal warning given to a person who wants to borrow something. The Anglicized pronunciation tackies has become mainstream in South African English.

Sports shoes that are specifically designed for running and often used in Emnambithi Stuck horny work at and comfort. This is a nice tjorretjie you got here!. A popular song of the same name, describes the narrator's wishes of reuniting with his girlfriend by pleading to the train itself personifiedto bring her home safely and quickly.

Though the train itself is no longer in service, the rail-line is now operated under the Shosholoza Meyl train service, as well as being used by the luxury Blue Train.

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