mayhaps wrote:Slang from Hawaii:
choke - many ("there are choke cars on the road" - "there's lots of traffic")
akamai - someone who's clever
da kine - refers to anything you can't remember the name for
beef - fight ("like beef?" - "you want to fight?")
lolo - idiot
shoots - okay, no problem
there's so much more...
General_Norris wrote:I notice a lack of counter-arguments and a lot of fisting.
SexyTalon wrote:And that word is... Tump. Used as the word Tip, Knock, or even Dump may be used, but oddly enough almost always used in connection with either small, unsecured swing sets or beverages, and is seldom distant from the word Over. It even seems to specifically refer to the act of knocking an object off-balance by applying force to the top of the object, and not the center or base. So if you moved your arm and grazed the top of a glass and knocked it over, you tumped it, but if you moved your arm and swept the bottom of it, knocking it over.. you did not. Other usage being "Sally wasn't paying attention, and tumped the bucket of water over" or even "I think Johnny's too big for that swingset, that's the second time he's tumped it over today"
roband wrote:Hmm, maybe it's just a general "increaser". There's gotta be a word for that.
Alder wrote:"Just now" is sufficiently common in Scotland that I wouldn't have specified it as slang! You mean folk don't say it elsewhere?
Angua wrote:Do other people not use the term 'mash up' for smash something? Huh
Not heard the wine one - on my island (and also Dominica as I know someone from there) we say 'wok up(maybe wuk - not sure about spelling)
Mr Vegas - Hot Wuk wrote:girl say wine wid it, wine wid it, hot wuk wid it.
mayhaps wrote:Slang from Hawaii
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