durban coloured slang

Porsie ('Paw-z-y') Kished, kussed Have a sluk of someone's drink (sip). Crash ", Hang the brown bear in the porcelain cave Also zol, doob, section, two-blader, spleef, neck, number, skayf, spliff, slowboat, chellum, bottleneck, smoke, etc. The G is pronounced as if you were "hawking a loogie", the American way of saying "Gathering up to spit." The dictionary spells it lighty (also lightie, laaitie) originally from 'light of heart', By the way, I'm not sure about your usage of Bantu to mean 'black person' (ie in the Jewish slang). Brew But koppe, while literally being the plural of several heads, also refers to "heads" of dope, the choice bit at the end of each branch of the dagga tree. "You guys at Wavescape have left out a span of words in your slang dictionary ekse!". See bru, broer, bro, brahdeen. (Dope) Also used to refer to mildly leftwing goofball students in the Apartheid era. drink = drink (human), suip (animal), As with many other derogatory terms, the animal equivalent is taken, hence "gesuip" Shark biscuit It is because Afrikaners directly translate their idiom into English. Neck This word, or its variant, is one of South Africa's most common words for a male human. (Cantaloupe) A delicious orange coloured melon. Having a rave suggests more of a good time. A person can be dik or you can get dik after a big meal. ", Wettie (Head, pip) If you ding your pip, you hurt your head. Other synonyms are rip, carve, lacerate, cook, shred and style. What for (Are you giving me shit?). Instead of "He threw a stone at me", they say "Hy het my met 'n klip gegooi" (He threw me with a stone). These terms were coined at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape. A person who is "scaly" is a scumbag or sleazy type. Old word. They are soft and stodgy, ideal for mixing in mounds of tomato sauce or vinegar, or both. (Brandy and Coke) Named after Klipdrift, a popular, cheap brandy. (Surf brother, associate, peer, colleague, friend in liquid solidarity) In fact, anyone on this planet. Blow chunks Ring, ringpiece The variation to this is, "How’s your mind?" Please, Rui ''Gabriel'' Correia (talk) 13:58, 22 September 2013 (UTC), "cullis – young girl who is extremely lead" 86.45.42.228 (talk) 07:20, 24 October 2014 (UTC). (Chill out) When you park off, you sit down and relax. 3. (Stoned) "Jissus, that joint made me so-o-o gaffed ek se. His full name is Nelson Rolihlahla (Roli-shla-shla) Mandela. This is not used in the mafia sense in South Africa, much. Dork Another potent cannabis vintage, from Swaziland. Aikona (Aikõna) (Good surf) Nothing to do with preparing food. (Oh no! In Durban, however, you need to klap on some ‘ies’ and the odd ‘ish’ for impact. "Surfers' Disco was humming last night. When another surfer takes off in front of you on a wave. (Idiot, dolt) "Don't be a knob by dropping in on me bru." While the literal Afrikaans meaning is “to stick” (with glue), this context refers to mindset. (Stoned, out of it, far gone) Perhaps a pun on the word "wasted" - "bru, we ended up way west after that spleef. Guava (Afrikaans – lit. Jacked, Jacking It refers to having a good time and is used in any context. It tastes great when fresh. When you hak someone, you pester them. Padkos ('put-koss') Schnarf Apart from meaning the fruit, South Africans use guava as an alternative name for a bottom, backside, bum or butt. The best are in Cape Town, cultural home of the Malay community. "Do you want a hap of my biscuit? ', Mozzie ", Got off with This is outdated usage. (That was definitely a drop-in) or "That oke is full-on. It remains rural and beautiful, with rolling green hills that fall into the sea as jagged cliffs. ", Kap (As in “cup”) (Make a pipe) Someone telling a friend to make, light and smoke a bottleneck will say, "Kap it bru." ", Hectic Yada yada Yooit ('Yoiy-eet'), yo The direct translation in Afrikaans is a tree, but it has come to represent dope. "This chow is kief ek sê." (Sneakers, trainers, running shoes) Often refers to the cheap, hip kind bought in a mass clothing chain called Pep Stores. Not sure why. When you go and buy something, usually drugs. (Mate, if you look at my mum like that again, I might have to take you out), Connection, conneko, kanoni Originates from the Khoikhoi word dachab, Deck You wear them when the water is lekker warm. (Yuck) "Sis, man, you just kotched on my wetsuit." Grown in KwaZulu Natal, this dagga is minty, almost peppery, and "makes on". In the South African dope culture, the fireman is the second to pull on the dope pipe, whether bottleneck or other orifice, such as a chellum. (Afrikaans) Sleazy ruffian Also skollie, skate, skebenga, skelm. (Absolutely, right on, to the limit) This is affirmation or agreement, but also refers to an act or person that is extreme in some way. (Aggravation) Usually used in this context: "Don't tune me grief." (Hot dry wind that blows from the land to the sea. ", Larny A popular sight during the Apartheid struggle. Mostly called "slops", they are what Australians call thongs, or sandals. Another example of our mal (mad) hybrid culture. ", Bos (Bummer, nasty) If you pull a blind action on your bru, you have done something nasty to your mate, either by betraying him or something quite horrible. "During the film, my boyfriend and I graunched in the back row" (During the movie we french kissed, rubbed, fondled, squeezed, squashed up against each other, gyrated and did everything short of penetration. (To eat) There is a strong agricultural tradition in South Africa. (Afrikaans – “Hook”) To pester, irritate. (State of nirvana for Rastafarians) Goofball South Africans think this is their word. A really beaten up old jalopy is called a skedonk. 16 Oct 2015 - 16:00 Foreigners. Apparently, it is derived from "skoolverlater", which is Afrikaans for "school leaver". Sometimes pronounced “Haikõna”. Samoosa Howzit ", Dialled me in (That pretty girl and her father sat on the back of the pickup truck), Ballie (with the “ball” part with a “u”, as in “lull” – bâllee) But look at yourself in the mirror and you'll wonder as you examine that furry tongue slithering in a mumbling, parched mouth, puffy eyelids scraping bloodshot eyeballs. To enter the barrel or the tube is to "pull in". (Rip off, betray, stab in the back) "He was schnaaied by his buds when they tipped off the cops that he had five kilos of Rooibaard in the back of his bakkie.". Bergies are especially known for the bastardised Afrikaans obscenities they screech at each other. If someone says "now now", you're making progress. Sjoe ('Shoe') Plak refers to a distracted, even deranged, state of mind. "That bokkie and her ballie parked off on the back of the bakkie." — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2A02:2788:1008:2C3:E2CB:4EFF:FE88:1A2C (talk) 00:10, 6 January 2021 (UTC), Attention: Slang Glossary policy discussion underway. The Etimologiewoordeboek van afrikaans (van Wyk, 2003) says nè comes probably from Dutch : nie(t) waar, cites Boniface in 1832 recording "Hy zeg mus daar woord zoopies verkog, neh". Never mind the oke with the funny haircut, this goes beyond short on the top and long at the back. Try and refrain from saying, "It's fine, thanks". Over the falls It assumes that there are other types (white Africans, Asian-Africans etc) and takes the edge off just using black as a noun. Comes from the Afrikaans "outjie" (oh-kee) (old guy, old chap). (Screwed, broken, done over) "Greg wiped out in 15' Dungeons. Skinner (Mosquito) "That mozzie is powered by a lawnmower engine.". (Afrikaans – lit to stitch, do needlework. This is a collection of things most of which don't belong here. You won’t regret it. Irie Fluke ('Flook') African-American. It's common among politically correct (PC) people. (Stoned) "That spliff made me so goofed. Brother, friend, mate, china, buddy) See bru, brah, bro, brahdeen and more. Used to refer to any (conservative) Afrikaans speaking person. The Arrive Alive Road Safety website would like to share Road Safety Suggestions for the... Be careful when you gesture in a foreign country, because a friendly greeting in one... Where to get tested for Covid-19 | North West, Where to get tested for Covid-19 | Limpopo, South African traveller visits famous landmarks – at home, Abelana Game Reserve: In service of the community, 5 reasons to pick the Maldives as your next friendcation destination, Cape Town ranked as one of the best cities for remote working, Exceptional photos from 8 South African National Parks. Sif ('Suf') (Alone, solitary) "I was out there on my ace when someone shouted 'shark!'.". China "It was going off. "I was slukking a dop when that oke caught a klap for slukking his zol." Shit man, I tune you what, it was going fucking ballistic!". So depending on what you mean by "belongs to", it could go either way (sure it comes from Afrikaans, but Indian people do use it). We don’t call them board shorts or Bermudas or other naffy names. ", Half-jack Here’s an informal guide to While the slang, like 'awe' and 'watkind', fashion and lifestyle of coloured people is increasingly becoming part of a cool aesthetic, it remains pop … Fifteen slang phrases that are not only useful if you’re visiting South Africa, but also if you happen to have befriended, married, employed (or been employed by) a South African overseas! (Low grade dope) "This kak is majat broer." From Afrikaans “Berg” - Mountain) On the West Coast, it blows from the northeast. Many stay in the city these days. He doesn't have to have a mullet hairstyle either. ), The moer in (roll the r) (Afrikaans - Bite) This Afrikaans word is commonly used by English speakers. Sick See also Hacked off. (Punch) It's not an indent in the road, a switch to dim your car headlights, nor a action you do with your head. "Shall we park off and watch the Rip Curl Search video for the 40th time?" (Durban) Affectionate name for the surf capital of KwaZulu Natal, home of bananas, sugar cane and classic beach breaks. (Smoking that bottleneck pipe made me very stoned), On a mission Skitsels are the stalks, pips and bits of leaves. has many meanings or uses hello,goodbye, yes. That's not a lekker way to treat your chinas, especially if they are surf "tjommies". trek: this word is already in English (think Star Trek) so is it really worth mentioning? (Afrikaans) A crook or thief. See Lusisikiki Lime Greens. “taste of”) Like, enjoy, have hots for. Broer ('Broo') (Watch out mate, that baboon looks like it's going to attack.) or "My car is classic." It was carrots for him." or "I saw my nought." I would like to claim this as our own "durban coloured slang" not indian. Catch a Tan "Hey brah, Super’s is firing on all cylinders, ek se. this might be the answer: "Fully bru. (Also, Me too) A person who says, "Jees, I'm kished bru." Skate Also refers to a dodgy character "Chips for that gebe on the corner.". This means you are a complete idiot. Axed (Indian person) Common in Durban. Shot (What do you think?) (Afrikaans - Strike, hit, punch) In Afrikaans, a “bliksemstraal” is a bolt of lightning. West, way west Especially poignant in the dark days of Apartheid, when particularly racist and aggressive Afrikaans cops were the norm. The crude language and behaviour portrayed in this article and discussion is inappropriate and embarrassing to say the least. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 78.147.152.163 (talk) 04:22, 2 March 2008 (UTC). Bottleneck (Exhausted, tired) "Jissus, my broer, I am totally kussed" (Gee, man, I am exhausted) or "I am kished out.". also affliated to prison use When a man’s team members are impressed, you will hear “What a boykie!”. List of South African Coloured slang words ag man - oh man; ag as the Afrikaans cognate of \"oh\", man pronounced as in English aweh( pronounced AAAH-WHERE - (said in excitement, as in: Aweh my boss said I can go home early today.) Do you follow? It seems to me helpful, since this usage is a regionalism that is by no means universally understood. Originated in the townships among the youth, and still used. Using a lighter or matches, you heat one area just above the shoulder. ", Naai If you don't feel like participating in a conversation with a dik ou at a braai, but don't wish to appear rude, just say "Isit" at appropiate gaps in his description of how he decapitated a Kudu with his bare hands. Sosatie Skollies from Springs in the 70s or 80s would tune "Kwaai my broer", which is the same as saying "Kiff". Or when you get something for nothing, as in "I scored a luck with Marie last night", or "hey bru, score me a entjie (cigarette)", or "My mom scored me R20 for condoms". "That ou has a serious lung hone bru." (Afrikaans) Bugger off, fuck off, go away!) or "What’s for graze mom?" “Dop” may have come from “doppie”, which is the cap of a screw-top bottle (one tot). Worse You scaled (stole) Jay's Britney Spears poster.". Baggies ", Fully (Vomit, bark the dog, park the tiger, technicoloured yawn), Blaps (Blups) (I am going to hit that c**t), Blind (Cane spirits and coke) A favourite mixture of a pale liquor and dark coca-cola. Don't drop in on me again or I'll moer you with a pole." You're super cool if you say "One time, shoeshine". Bomb (Think, decide, work out) "I flash that it's cooking there bru." A descriptive word relating to a feeling of weakness, or lethargy. The name awarded one of South Africa’s choice grade cannabis vintages. Doos ('Doo-ers') Derived perhaps from the English way of saying "Is it really?" Pekkie, pikkie to hit, slap) Slap, partake in, peform an act) "Ek sal jou a snotklap gee" (I will hit you hard enough to make the snot fly). Barrel after grinding barrel. (Let's have another brandy.). Most of the words have incorrect meanings. Nov 18, 2014. YOU ALL ARE GOING ON AND ON ABOUT HOW PEOPLE ARE USING WROUNG WORDS FROM DIFFRENT LANGUAGES TO MAKE WROUNG STATEMENTS,BUT DOES IT REALY MATTER? “road food”) Food for the journey. Sharp May have originated in California from the line "one is the loneliest number you will ever do" by the band Three Dog Night (1969), Oke ('Oak'), ou, o (as in “owe) The … Before you realise it you’ll Used for emphasis. Not to be confused with fluke, also pronounced "flook" by South Africans, meaning something happening by accident. South Africa is a colourful country and the various coloquialisms used by the different cultural groups makes it a fascinating place. (Incredible, very nice, top quality experience) Usually as another word for the sheer quality and size of a wave. "I choon you bru, she digs me lank!" (Afrikaans - Stingy) This is not a fish, but a noun or verb referring to extreme stinginess. Entjie (ang-key) Check out how many you can get on our slang lingo bingo - because local is 'lekker'. In other words, being able to remember what you did the night before. ", Puts on The Platteland is where people milk cows and grow mielies (corn). When I was in South Africa in 2005-2009, various individuals would comment about their Indian or Xhosa ancestors or relatives. (Radical, extreme, over the top) "That footage of the oke frying on the electric chair was hectic bru. Glassy Same thing, 'los it', 'las it'. Variations include brah, bru, broer, bror, bro, bra, brra and brah. "Bok for the jol" (Keen to party). (That's great!). (Let's chill out at my place). Takkies Betters If you try and persuade your "bru" to "pull in" to the "jorl" with you, he might say, "Nooit bru, it's exam time, I'm on a mission.". Barrel Can mean news. (We haven't spoken for years! And being genuinely sophisticated is not a disqualification. (Afrikaans.) Why was the pre-existing explanation for the derivation of "kugel" ("from the Yiddish for a plain pudding garnished as a delicacy") removed? --Igitur za 19:02, 27 February 2007 (UTC), The Dutch word "zuipen" is nowadays mostly used to indicate "to drink (a lot) of alcohol", and I believe it has been used like that for a long time. You can't blame the mistake. Dirty words won't kill you, people. He's stuck on the beach. (To arrive) The more old fashioned way of saying "pull in". Babalaas ('Bub-ba-lars') Kotsblanket "Supers is pumping bru! And of course, you can have a lekker boerie on the braai. See also Vai or Vaai. (Makes you stoned) A joint "puts on". Tjommie (“chômmy”) As in, yus that cab is sick/maadhir! (SE trade wind) This strong trade wind blows from the southeast in summer, and flattens Cape Town. Brah Fade ", What what rooi - red die rooidag kom uit: "day break" and roinekke: negative slang term for new Europeans in SA, lit "red necks" (overdone suntans!) Really busy. ), Hose (Afrikaans – “I say”) “I tell you”. If you heard Indians using these terms, well I would hope that they told you where they got it … In other words, wasted or vrot to the point when reality is totally blotted out. Mullet Possibly from Afrikaans “bleek”, meaning “pale”.) ), Moer ('Moor-r') So embrace the uniqueness of a sunny culture envied by the rest of the country and get into the rhythm of Durban. (I dropped my pants and mooned). Cape Doctor Bangbroek (bângbrook) Some words are shared with Coloured slang, such as pozzie (in Durban) and let's waai. See Cape Doctor. The daily bag limit is four, and the season starts in November and lasts four months. Farmstyle sausage or "wors". (Another name for a dagga orifice.) What do you skeem?" foot = voet (human), poot (animal) Howzit, my China! Hone The orifice through which dagga (dope) is smoked. (Afrikaans – “buck”) To be keen. He doesn’t have to be insane, just eccentric or strange. Slightly used word that refers to the police. (Shark) Also called a Johnny or a Man in a Grey Suit. Doening it Originally meant to mean "very angry", from the Afrikaans word "kwaad" (cross), it came to also mean something that's lekker, an urban way to say cool or express coolness. (Afrikaans – clumsy) Lethargic. Woes ('V-oos') "I stooted Elmarie in the barn. This page was last edited on 6 January 2021, at 00:11. However, the most likely source appears to be the Portuguese "pequenino", which is the diminutive of "pequeño". It's someone who is crazy, or whacky, or weird, maybe someone a few beers short of a sixpack. (Afrikaans - Female genitalia) "You are such a doos." Park off They are all poets loving the languages and slang of our wonderful country South Africa. (Afrikaans - Tin, can) When you were a laaitie (youngster), you might have played "Skop die blik." Surfers from Durban grew up on this food. To formulate a question in Zulu, you either raise the tone of your voice at the end or add 'na', to make sure the listener knows it's a question --> 'You liked the movie, nê? (Bad, nasty, downer) A disappointed surfer will choon, "Swak bru, the surf is flat.". Only a male can be an "oke" or an "ou", pronounced "Oh." It tastes better than it sounds. Check For instance, "getting ready for the fancy dress is such a las.". Schlep With 11 official languages, there may be numerious origins to any of the slang words and phrases. If someone has "Fat takkies" they have a souped up car with wide-brim tyres. It can be used aggressively. The Kei is known by surfers for its dagga, great camping spots, excellent point breaks and sharks. D. DAGGA (Dugh-ghah) Marijuana, dope, ganga, cannabis. ", Surfari Written in Afrikaans, the book includes vintage photographs which pay homage to the people that paved the way. Usually as another word for dope ) buys you a brew ( beer ). often precedes a brawl a! 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