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Wat Seuns moet weet. Wat nou, Suid Afrika? Wat Meisies moet weet. Wat maak jou gelukkig? Wat is geloof?

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Wat is geestelike…. Wat het geword van Dinsdag? Wat gebeur na die dood? Ag man - oh man: ag as the Afrikaans equivalent to "oh", man pronounced as in English. Word used most often by Indians.

South African Slang And Other Afrikanerisms

Derived from the Afrikaans word for "aunty". The word has many meanings or uses: "hello", "goodbye", "yes". Also associated with prison use. Greeting "Aweh my bru" Hello my friend. Compare: howzit, yooit, hoesit, yo. Can also refer to a small bowl. Ek het daai ou befok - meaning I cheated that guy in a transaction. Profanity - the base fok meaning to have sex. Ebooks and Manuals

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: Jou bliksem! 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, indicating a person with a deep love of the soil of Africa, a provider of food.

For example: "Rico het 'n bompie vasgedruk gisteraand. Also a term to describe one who has shell shock.

From Afrikaans: broek, meaning "trousers". An example would be "Hey, my bru, howzit? A combination of the words 'Christian' and 'Disco'. It has a similar meaning to the word cunt in the English language e. Dumbhead , same as German "dummkopf". Used together with "bliksem". Derived from "donder" thunder, related to Thor. Amounts to an ancient curse.

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For example: "John is the biggest doos to walk the planet! Though people trying to speaking Afrikaans in a pure form still use the word doos when referring to a small box. For example: "Come and drink a dop a drink with me" or "I'm gonna dop that test. For example, "Awe ou. Steek 'n ent! A person that is weak. Die man is te flou "The man is too weak". Afrikaans - asshole-full.

Original Afrikaans meaning for an animal drinking water - of course. For example,"What a G! Also a degrading term for a person or coloured origin. For example, "Jinne meisie, jy maak my nou sommer lekker jags. Example : Dis warm vandag.

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It's hot today : Ja-Nee. Agreement, but not enthusiastically so. Often used when you get a fright, but equally often during particularly exciting parts of 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 profanity , of very wide usage.