What does Bopian mean?

What does Bopian mean?

Interjection. bo bian. (Singlish, Malaysia, informal) No choice; it cannot be helped.

What does Siao mean?

Siao is the hokkien word for crazy. It can be used in a myriad of forms, stringing with various hokkien and english words into a phrase.

What does Hoseh mean?

exclamation of satisfaction
Hoseh Liao. Meaning: Hokkien exclamation of satisfaction, indicating that things are good (in a way) Relax guys.

What is HIAO in Chinese?

Its Chinese origin is the word 「 姣 」 or a related word ( please see http://mysmu.edu/faculty/jacklee/singlish_H.htm#hiao ) . In many Southern Chinese languages/dialects, this is an adjective that means sexually attractive or obsessed about being sexually attractive.

What does Bo chap mean?

don’t care
‘Bo chap’ translates to ‘don’t care’ in Hokkien, and refers to someone who caní_í_í äóîíšt be bothered to take the initiative when it comes to doing things.

What is Liao in Chinese?

The ‘Liao’ slang translates directly to ‘already’, and is used as an emphasis for the verb before it. The slang is also used with different variations of verbs and can simplify long sentences like ‘I have already eaten’ to ‘Eat Liao’. Alternate slang: Do Liao.

What does Hao Lian mean?

‘Hao Lian’ means ‘boastful’ in Teochew.

Where does the word Hokkien come from in China?

Top definition. hokkien. A major dialect of the Chinese language originating from southern China – Fujian province. Widely used among the Chinese population in Singapore, Malaysia and Taiwan, in addition to Mandarin which is the common-tounge “dialect” for all Chinese over the world.

What does Hong Gan mean in Urban Dictionary?

Nabei cheebye! He going to tell teacher I cheat in exam… hong gan lar .. Get the hong gan neck gaiter and mug. Being mad as fuck about something. Making fun of someone or trying to be annoying. Get a Big Mad mug for your cat Riley.

Are there any loan words from Hokkien or Singlish?

There are a few loan words from these languages i.e. ‘pek chek’ is often taken as being annoyed or frustrated and originate from the Hokkien dialect. It is used in casual contexts between Singaporeans, but is avoided in formal events when certain Singlish phrases may be considered unedifying.

Which is the most common swear word in Hokkien?

Kan ( Chinese: 姦; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: kàn) literally meaning fuck, is the most common but grossly vulgar profanity in Hokkien. It’s sometimes also written as 幹. It is considered to be the national swear word in Taiwan, Malaysia and Singapore. Used in a manner similar to the English word fuck, kan can expresses dismay, disgrace, and disapproval.

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