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megater n;(mega-tear) shaking and sweating from sheer terror (ter-roar, tearing, roaring) any life threatening fear or pain so great as to overwhelm the mind, causing dreadful, mega, “terror” or megater
megater n; mega terror attacks, and the eminent, disabling, or trembling fear it causes e.g, major, chaotic, ‘cyber-attacks’ that are relatively simple, but can take down airplanes
mega; extremely large
ter; to give birth to
kangi n; potent senses, (especially smell, aka the memory sense ) that trigger other senses which conjure a longing or love for that something or someone
kangi can be a song that reminds of a fragrance, or vice-versa which triggers memories and yearning of special events and people
kangi v;wangi(nice fragrance), kangen(yearn for); struck by a smell, fragrance, or sound that reminds of a certain event or darling; the olfactory bulb triggering a, re-awakened yearning for something or someone missed
kangi; is of the idea that smells, tastes, and sounds, can be potent reminders to us, good or bad as even the bad experiences that we got through is something that we can be thankful for, even cherish and love because we learned from it and grew to be a better person
Kan; Female genitalia
oh my astaga!!!!
whats wrong, you look like youre gonna cry?
kangi man , kangi, its a happy cry i just smelt something that reminded me of being in jail
how can that memory make you happy?
Because thankfully i didnt get raped even though i dropped the soap
nakep bura n; situation when someone is caught with their pants down while urinating, exposing the ‘bura’; spitting snake
nakep; ‘naked’ with a ‘p’(pee)
From Middle English naken (“to nake”), from Old English nacian (“to bare, strip, make naked”), from Proto-Germanic *nakw?n? (“to make naked”), from Proto-Indo-European *nog?- (“to make naked”). Cognate with Old Norse n?kkva (“to bare, expose”). More at naked
Norwegian Nynorsk, Swedish
naken; nude, naked, bare
1. to spit (said of snakes)
A : Let's go for a drink later.
B : Sorry mate! Camet. I feel so tired after being stucked in traffic jam in Jakarta.
kakelacean n;(kok-ela-che-on) any accident or adjustment of clothes worn, especially pants, in public, e.g an open pants zipper, a sudden rip , or doodoo booboo, or cocoa/chocolate mishap
kakelacean v; adjusting the 'pocket rocket'
kakmak (third-person singular simple present kakar)
English and Afrikaans Dutch
kak (plural kaks)
kecilekaan n; a small, insignificant accident; or accident involving midgets
kecilekaan n; any accident involving child's play(including adults)
kecil; small(bahasa Indonesia)
From Germanic roots meaning "play". In the biology sense, it comes specifically from Swedishlek(“child's play”), by means of Swedish leka(“to play”). The verb is first attested in English in 1871 and the noun at least as early as 1867.
lek; child's play; typically denotes pleasurable and less rule-bound games and activities
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hey you bumped into my car!!
No problem bro, its just a "kecilekaan", no harm no foul, actually it looks as if Im the one who has the scratch