12 March 2015

How to say GO AWAY in 10 languages

In Pakistan, whenever someone doesn't understand or pretend to that he's/she's not listeni
 e've this very common sarcastic line to him/her "Don't you understand or I'm talking in Persian/any other language?" So this gave me an idea, I love this word GO AWAY so I just thought of learning it 10 different languages because 
1) I love saying this word
2) Extra points to impress fellow human beings
3) Some people don't get the simple go away look on my face
4) WHY NOT 

So here I'm teaching you this glorious word in 10 different languages,  here we go:

Urdu - DAFA HO JAO 
*It's a bit rude word, or we use *CHALY JAO* when being polite but still in go-away-from-here mood *


Persian: GUMSHO (GUM-SHAW)


Italian - VA VIA (VA VEEAA)


Spanish - VETE (WAY-TAY)


Latin - ABI (AABI)


Turkish - Git Buradan


Russian - UKHODI (O-KHODI)


French - ALLEZ-VOUS EN (ALLEY VOO ON)


German - GEH WEG


Portuguese - Suma-Se

This is clearly not going to help me graduate or earn xp points in the game of life but still isn't it awesome that I'll be able to tell people to go away in various language that they don't understand and then I'd laugh and tell them it's how french people say go away so you can leave me alone now. Yes, that's the plan. Well if you learned something, you can thank me later.

What's your favorite word? And how do you say go away in your language?

15 comments:

  1. This is awesome and VERY handy haha.

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  2. In our Cebuano dialect, go away is "HAWA!"
    Haahaha

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  3. Urdu rock but i love the french one .its a fun post:-)

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  4. In Ilonggo, a dialect to, we say it as "Palayo to!" haha

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  5. Such a lovely post idea :)
    In my language I guess it's 'go away' haha
    I'm learning Dutch so in Dutch its: 'ga weg!'

    Neeny x

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  6. Haha I love this it's perfect, I studied german in school and french so I feel inclined to just grab the phrase and throw it out there, why not ;) xx

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  7. HAHAHAH I love "Dafa ho jao". or even, "Bhar mein jao!" although it's kind of rude. In bengali we say, "Durr ho!" or simply, "Jaa toh!" but oh, you better not use it to any adult or your senior. It's like very very very informal. Like siblings-friends informal. Hahaha! I'm learning French now and yeah.. I guess I heard something like that too.

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  8. Haha! I still love the sound of 'dafa ho jao' better than the rest! :'D In pashto we say 'wrak sha' :",D

    Jadirah Sarmad | Jasmine Catches Butterflies ʚϊɞ

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  9. There's one way to also say it in a universal language - it's that evil look/stare/glare with attitude that just screams at everyone to go away!

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  10. This is good to know. I'm taking notes lol
    Melanie @ meandmr.com

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  11. 'Go away' might not be my favourite phrase, but it's definitely useful to learn a phrase in a few other languages. :) If I were to choose a favourite phrase to use in other languages, it might just be 'Have a lovely day!' because it can be used on everyone, including strangers, haha. Thank you for sharing these phrases in other languages. :)

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  12. haha this can come in very handy. Thanks!

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