What does Cho Cho lips mean?

What does Cho Cho lips mean?

(choh choh lips) Definition: fat or thick lips.

What does cockroach mean in pidgin?

Cockroach – Pidgin English Definition. cockroach. (ka ka roach) Definition: to steal; pilfer; take the property of (also used to describe the insect)

What is Kanak attack mean?

KANAK ATTACK (kə-nak ə-tak) The feeling of intense laziness you get from eating too much.

What does bolo mean in Hawaii?

(bo lo head) Definition: bald head.

What is a Cho Cho ice cream?

A Cho-Cho is a malted ice cream served in a Dixie cup with a wooden stick handle. You roll the cup between your hands then pull on the stick to get the ice cream out. It is kind of like a malted fudgsicle, delicious! The Kwik Shoppe has been family owned and operated for over 40 years.

What is a Lolo?

LOLO means “Hello Hello.” The acronym LOLO is most commonly used as an informal way to say “hello,” usually between friends. LOLO is similar to the Japanese custom of saying “hello” twice when answering the telephone using the words “Moshi moshi,” which roughly translates as “speak, speak.”

What does Bola stand for?


Acronym Definition
BOLA Bovine Major Histocompatibility Complex
BOLA Bureau of Legal Affairs (Wisconsin)
BOLA Bovine Lymphocyte Antigen System
BOLA Best of Luck Always (Internet slang)

What does bolo mean in army?

Be On the Look Out
BOLO: pronounced ‚”bolo” 1. Be On the Look Out. Usually a list with descriptions of vehicles or personnel to be on the lookout for. 2.

What does he geev’um Brah mean in Hawaiian?

He geev’um brah!” Geev’um is like “go for it,” but means so much more and works in so many contexts. Some people say it when they see someone doing something crazy, others use it to say, “try your best”, “you can do it” or “don’t give up”.

What do you call a girl who speaks Pidgin?

Tita is reserved for a tough local chick who is not scared to get in a fight and doesn’t take anything from anyone. She’s usually a tomboy, speaks pidgin, and is super defensive about her hometown and family.

What does Da Kine mean in Pidgin English?

It’s similar to the English “whatchamacallit”, “thing-a-ma-jig” and “so-and-so”, but can be used in many other ways. Da kine fills in for anything; people, places, objects, really any word that happens to slip your mind at the time.

Where did the Hawaiian Pidgin language come from?

Hawaiian pidgin evolved from the sugar industry which began in the mid 1850’s on Maui. Immigrant workers came in waves from different countries to work in the sugarcane fields.