jump to navigation

:: Kobek September 16, 2007

Posted by Minci 先生 in Just For Fun.
trackback

I am going to teach you another Sarawakian word – Kobek. Pronounced very much like ‘korek’. Therefore, do not ‘qalqalah-kan’ the ‘K’ at the end.

Kobek means to stick your tongue out (as far as I know). 😆

Eg:
“aieee.. sik boleh kobek!”kata mak.
(translate: Aieee.. Dont stick your tongue out! says Mum)
(another translation: Aiee.. jangan keluarkan lidah! kata ibu <– wujud ker ayat nih?:mrgreen: )

 

 

*Of all words, I choose to teach this.. ha ha ha😈

Comments»

1. cakapaje - September 16, 2007

Hmm…Melaka Malay translation: Jangan jelengkan lidah! (emak)

Jawa-German translation: Teufel! Nein ich lidah!
🙂

2. enn0suke - September 17, 2007

english: don’t stick out your tongue

no pegarte hacia fuera la lengüeta (spanish)

não furar para fora sua lingüeta (portuguese)

non attaccare fuori la vostra linguetta (italian)

あなたの舌を突き出てはいけない (japanese)

당신의 혀를 밖으로 찌르지 말라 (korean)

sumber: http://dictionary.reference.com/translate/index.html🙂

3. adiratna - September 17, 2007

orang kampung saya kata, no comment

4. Puteri Nad =( - September 17, 2007

orang negeri sembilan kata

jgn nak monjolir lidah

5. yanti - September 17, 2007

Where do you learn Sarawak language? Bile kengkwn kitorg bukak je korum berckp bhs Swk, aku plak yg jd org asing, xtau le ape yg derang ckp.. haha..

6. shutterspeaks - September 17, 2007

kawaii sungguh arnab yg kobek itu. as far as I know😛

kalau gobek apa maksud? ada kawan nama gobek.

7. Danial - September 17, 2007

Kalu Ganu, ‘jeler lidoh’. sama-samalah kita mempelajari kepelbagaian bahasa di Malaysia. =P

8. kaSyah - September 17, 2007

gobek-almari kot.

ko nak makan penampo jolir2 lidah ni. aku titik kang – org melaka.

arnab tu kobek kat landak ke?

9. jet - September 17, 2007

gobok la kasyah..gobek la die..[aishh..geleng2 kepala tanda x stuju]

contoh ayat sebena cmni la kamen: gobek hatiku melihat abang perkasa berlalu pergi bersama gadis x cun itu..

gobek kepada kamen tanda cheeky..

10. jet - September 17, 2007

eh..ayat aku salah..demn..pembetulan:

1.gobek lak die [baris pertama]
2.kobek hatiku [baris kedua]
3.kobek kepada kamen [baris keempat]

sape yg sebot gobek tadi?kaco daon betol la..habis sala taipan ku sume2..

11. Puteri Nad =( - September 17, 2007

haahahah gobok la almariiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
ada ke gobekkkkkkk..
adeh adeh kasyah kamu menggelitik perutku!

12. Minci - September 17, 2007

cakapaje,
wahaha.. I really like the latter translation..

ennosuke-chan,
matilah out of control.knp tk letak mandarin sekali.. arab ker😛

adiratna,
like what kampung? yg tidak berkata2?😉

nad,
ahaha.. ‘menJOlir’ tuh best.. mcm ada stress2 skit kat ‘L’ tuh.. aduh..tergelitik plak perut dia. meh sapu minyak angin..😈

yanti,
I am sarawakian. even so, my fren Nad here learns from her friends.. Srwk is an easy language to learn🙂

shutterspeaks,
yes. arnab mmg kawaii. oh.. aku plak pernah dgr ada org nama Gaban.

Danial,
kalu Kltn canne plak? ‘jeley lideh’ ker?

kasyah,
pepandai je ko ckp gobek tuh almari..haha. ah yer.. mestilah kobek landak.

jet,
adakah kau maksudkan ‘robek’ hatiku?[baris kedua]😆 KOBEK kat kau balik.. ha ha

13. zahrah - September 18, 2007

yeke? bestnye..dulu2 time blaja kat klantan, mule2 masuk skola x phm ape2 pon org ckp.. brape kali gak kene suruh ulang ape derang ckp, kene ckp slow2.. lame2 da xde masalah..yg penting exposure and willingness to learn..hehe..

14. yanti - September 18, 2007

oops..sorry, that zahrah is me..x prasan lak nama tu td..haha..

15. Minci - September 18, 2007

yanti,
i’d like to be able to at least understand what people are saying.. never mind speaking them😉 Malaysia is just so rich with culture and stuff

16. BLOG.KOBEK.COM: Ahem - September 19, 2007

[…] 18th, 2007 Ahem  You learn something new every […]

17. dinswok - October 11, 2007

Hmmmmmm… now i noe you’re sarawakian… hehe.

BTW, in terengganunese malay dialect, kobek means… godek.

Iboh kobek kedak ya… nang jait ku nangga kawu kedak ya.. sik kacak bha~…
😛


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: