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Re: What does "Tsaaa" means in greek?

Postby kurupetos » Thu Sep 25, 2014 1:29 pm

Paphitis wrote:
GreekIslandGirl wrote:
Get Real! wrote:I’ve got another one…

“Why I wake up in the mornings reciting Electra!”

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Do you have to resuscitate your new Greek squeeze, Electra, every morning"?

Electra might need one of these to keep her inflated ...


You must be experienced in this.
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Re: What does "Tsaaa" means in greek?

Postby miltiades » Thu Sep 25, 2014 2:37 pm

Sotos wrote:
kenny3e3 wrote:what does it mean by posting 'Tsaaa' on someone's facebook?
is that a sound? in what situation? cheers

Basically when somebody appears in front of you suddenly as a surprise he could say "Tsa" (or Tsaa or Tsaaaa...). It is mostly used for infants ... like you hide somewhere and the infant can't see you and then you apear suddenly and say "Tsa".. get it? :lol:

P.S.. ignore Get Real... his native language is Chirokitian ... he knows all ZERO words from it :lol: Get Real, how do you say "Chirokitia" in your native language? :lol:

Where I come from the word to infants used is ITA.
There again in some parts of Cyprus not privileged to be ... from Paphos they may very well use TSAAA, or it could be a cockney way of pronouncing Tsada by ommiting the D. :lol:
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