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Friday, February 04, 2022

Social Media Slangs And Their Meanings...

 I dont know about you but there are some words I read on the social media that leaves me confused and seeking what they mean...

Let us share slangs we dont understand here..

Please what in heavens name is the meaning of ''Tueh tueh''?





63 comments:

  1. Aye Stella thank you for this, reading mode activated.

    Brings wine and shredded beef.

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    1. Hmm nah flexing you dey oo, biko shift make i sidon near you.

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  2. Pokotua mehmehmeh o. Zazu zeee

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    1. You are writing another one already and we are yet to define, tueh tueh !
      Anyhow, tueh tueh ! means spitting on someone or something!
      In Warri it can be, tueh ! no be me and you or tueh ! God for I'd bad thing, very old slang .....

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  3. Words like ''No dey Zuzu'' are funny to me.

    Or when I hear things like ''make I send my Aza? or wire me your Aza''

    hehehehe it's just funny.

    I think Aza means account details and Zuzu means don't slack on something. I hope I'm right though.

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    1. I like that aza slang

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    2. Nzuzu is actually the complete word. And it’s Igbo for sluggish.

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    1. Yeah the meaning for tueh tueh!!

      No be juju be that??

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    1. U want to bambam🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

      I don't know ooo

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    2. To 'Bam' means initiation into cult/secret society.
      In that song "you want to Bam Bam?, you want to chill with the big boys, now you dey run kitikiti, you dey run katakata, nor fit drink water drop cup" the guy was referring to those that bam(ed) in order to chill with the big boys and how they can't be at peace during cult crises

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    3. In Warri from way back, "bam" means you are okay or fine.

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  6. Tueh tueh - spits but if it's "hello tueh tueh", it means testing microphone.

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  7. One of my young friends wrote under her picture, Nwa bu watermelon...called her to remove the word. I learnt women are called women... Don't know how true it is

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    1. "Nwa bu watermelon" means a sweet and sexy lady like a juicy watermelon.

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  8. Tuetue has different meaning

    To some, it's panachukwu

    To some na rubbish

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  9. The one I so hate is that "asa" whatever. Common with my married ibo sisters calling themselves asa Charles,asa chukwudi, asa nwkokeadighnjo, asa oke na asa ngwere.And asa is a name of a fish o.

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    1. I hate that Asa rubbish
      Asa John
      Asa Okonkwo🀣🀣

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    2. 🀣🀣🀣 funny anon.

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    3. Anon 14:19 that's because your Igbo is limited.

      Asa (even a fish called Asa) means *beautiful*.

      Where do you think 'Asa nwa' (beautiful baby) originated from ?

      The song that year, "Asa nwa, Asa nwa baby'

      By the way, I am Asa nwa! πŸ˜πŸ˜„

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    4. 14:19, you didn't have to call it Ibo to make your point. Trying hard ka o di ka idi tush mana iwu nwa imezi.

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  10. Na wetin I no fit buy,na im i wan dey

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  11. Shaolin Temple...😁😁😁

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  12. Breakfast na national cake, sapa

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    1. I mentioned sapa when i was gisting with hubby concerning psquare, he said "is that the person that settled the ish"? I laughed ehn! Had to explain it

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    2. @lora πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    3. Lora 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    4. Breakfast is actually Heart break/ breaking up

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  13. The one I hate so much is " ah tor" . I don't even care to know the meaning.

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    1. Lol @ Lora. You still gave the meaning.

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    2. Please, I like " ah tor".

      I think "tor or toh" is an Hausa/Northern expression.
      I like the way the interserpe it in their statements during a chat.

      Gimme me some " ah tor", please. πŸ˜„πŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒ

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    3. 18:05 e wo ni intersepe??? Lmaooo 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    4. I thought I’m the only one that loves that *Tor abi Toh* slangπŸ˜…πŸ˜…

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    5. 18:49 I meant *intersperse*.

      It was a typo. You should have corrected it without much ado.

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  14. Trabaye.....I don't know the meaning too

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  15. I shudder at the social media "freaks"
    That is why UK is demanding for IELTS. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  16. Shaolin temple means hunger

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  17. D one I hate most is “turninoniown” (sure I didn’t get d spelling.

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ i love that one ooo "turninoniown"

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    1. Means "the whole world" in Igbo.

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  19. Bam means two things. Which are to protect myself or oneself, or I’m cool, alright or feeling great.

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  20. What's the meaning of "in addy" "I can't wait wish you wish you"

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    1. In advance, maybe?

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    2. Don't know why I hate that. It means in advance.

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  21. Who dey breath?

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