What does Wah Lau mean?

Oh my God!
‍Wah lau eh! Originated from Hokkien. “Wah lau” is translated to “Oh my Dad”, and the “eh” is added to enhance this. The expression is commonly used to profess surprise or that something is stupid, can be compared to “Oh my God!”.

What does GG mean Singapore?

good game
GG. What it means: A popular gamer’s term, “GG”, also known as good game, has in recent years been added to the Singaporean’s list of slangs to represent the feeling that something is going to or has already ended in a disaster. The everyday Singaporean: A: Eh, project when due?

Is Calefare a real word?

“Calefare” Many of us may have used calefare without realising that it’s not an English word. Simply put, calefares are extras hired by TV productions for nonvital, temporary roles. These can sometimes be for an angry mob, passers-by or a pair of fetching policemen flanking the star of the show.

What does seh mean?


Acronym Definition
SEH Structured Exception Handling
SEH Stichting Erkenningsregeling Hypotheekadviseurs (Dutch: Foundation Approved Mortgage Advisors)
SEH Space Educators’ Handbook (US NASA)
SEH South Essex Homes (UK)

What is Pok Kai?

pok kai (not comparable) (Singapore, Malaysia, slang) Having no money; broke; bankrupt.

What does XMM mean slang?

So what is a XMM, and why are guys obsessed with them? XMM, or ‘xiao mei mei’, means ‘little sister’ or ‘little girl’ in Mandarin. Urban Dictionary defines XMM as a girl around the ages of 12 to 15 who smokes Viceroy Hokkaido Mint, dates someone older than her, and posts videos on TikTok.

What does Chai mean Singapore?

Heck, just this week, I learnt a new Singlish term – swee chai. According to my younger colleagues, it’s synonymous with swee (nice, pretty). The addition of chai is superfluous, aside from adding a nice ring to it.

How many Singaporean slangs are there?

This post of 26 Singaporean slangs is dedicated to all you true blue Singaporeans out there. 1. Atas What it means: A Malay word that means “above” or “upstairs”, used to refer to people who have high SES or places that are expensive.

How many slang terms are there for money?

Here is a list of 80+ slang terms for money. Some of the terms are similar to each other; some are even derivatives of each other, but they all relate back to money. This is not an exhaustive list. I’m sure there are some terms I missed, and I’m sure more terms will be coined in the years to come.

What is the slang for money in South Africa?

South African slang for various amounts of money borrows many terms from the rest of the English speaking world, such as the word “grand” when referring to R 1,000. Other words are unique to South Africa, such as the term “choc” when referring to a R20 note.

What are the most overused words in Singapore?

What it means: Arguably the most overused words in Singapore, “bo jio” is amazingly applicable to almost every situation in life. A Hokkien phrase which means never invite, your friends will probably say it to you if you fail to share this awesome article with them. My personal favourite comeback: Bo jio? Jio also you never come! 8.