What does NEH mean in South Africa?

ja-neh, ya-neeShow more. Origin: AfrikaansShow more. Note: In all senses equivalent to yes-no.

How do you say yes in South Africa?

4. Ja, Nee | Yes, no.

What does NEH mean?

1. a Jewish official at the court of Artaxerxes, king of Persia, who in 444 bc became a leader in the rebuilding of Jerusalem after the Babylonian captivity. 2. the book recounting the acts of Nehemiah. Collins English Dictionary.

What does Lis mean in South Africa?

Report of the Interministerial Working Group on the Library and Information Services (LIS) function (National Level): Draft | South African Government.

What does now mean in South Africa?

Just Now- This term pretty much means later. When someone tells you they’ll get to your request just now, do not expect it to happen immediately. Though it does rank faster than now, it still will take some time to get what you need. Now Now- This is the term that means shortly.

How do you say shut up in South Africa?

bek – derogatory term for mouth (Afrikaans: an animal’s mouth); hou jou bek – “shut up” (literally” “hold your [animal’s] mouth”). This translates well into British English as “Shut your gob.”

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How do you say goodbye in South Africa?

In typical South African multi-purpose style, ‘aweh‘ can also mean ‘goodbye’ or ‘yes’.

How do u say hello in South Africa?

1. Howzit – A traditional South African greeting that translates roughly as “How are you?” or simply “Hello”. 2. Heita – An urban and rural greeting used by South Africans.

When South Africans say now now?

A common greeting is “Howzit?” and if something is going to be done fairly soon, it’ll be done “now now” while “just now” is a little later on. Another word often used in South Africa is “shame” which can mean anything from “oh cute’ – usually said “ag shame”, to “you poor thing” to “I feel sorry for you”.

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