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Okay, thanks MD.

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A couple of those words I grew up with just believing they were normal words lool.

I noticed the people from Tanger / Chamal have some slightly different ways of saying things. Like in Taroudant/Agadir and everywhere else I have been, we usually say "Hakda" and in Tanger when getting directions from some kids they say "Haida".

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Yeah, f7al haida.

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And what does Haida or Hakda mean??

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I can't give you a direct translation, but it means "like this".

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hakda ykouno wlad lblad  tongue

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thx stealth. I get it.

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Moved to the exercises forum for containing learning material.
Sticked thread. Additional vocabulary is welcome.

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LallaAïcha wrote:

I got some in my Darija vocab list at home, will add some when i get home nchallah. smile

Interesting words, and I have to add that when i learn moroccan slang, sometimes other moroccans don't understand me when i use them, last time I said "dertiliya larara" which I had learnt on this forum, and they were like "WHAT?"

oww aisha i love to use darti lia arara and sometimes i replace it with darti lia dajej  they mean the same you coused me headaches. one of my favourite word is atwach wish means stuff i love it i use it alllll the time
good luck hbiba

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hhhhhh ok samia, thanks for the info akhtyy big_smile

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