Question: What does Chincha mean?

Chinchanoun. a south American rodent of the genus Lagotis. Etymology: [Cf. Chinchilla.]

What does Chincha mean Spanish?

chincha f (plural chinchas) bedbug.

What does Chincha in Korean means?

진짜 ( Jinjja) means Really

What is Jinjja in Korean?

To say really in Korean, you say jinjja (in Hangul:진짜 ) or jeongmal (정말), but to fully understand these words, you need to take a look at the examples and how they are used in context.

How do you spell Chincha in Korean?

2:052:42Whats JINJJA? How to say REALLY in Korean (KWOW #2) - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipFirst complete the word with the AH vowel. And thats how you write chinchou chinchou chinchouMoreFirst complete the word with the AH vowel. And thats how you write chinchou chinchou chinchou remember cinta is informal cinta Yayo is formal to make it even more formal. You say cinta Anita.

What Daebak means?

Thats awesome 1. 대박 – (Daebak) Meaning: Thats awesome! Stars in Korean dramas and variety shows use this word frequently. It describes when something is awesome or its a way of showing enthusiasm.

What is the meaning of imali?

A tamarind is a fruit which grows on a tropical evergreen tree which has pleasant-smelling flowers. You can also refer to the tree on which this fruit grows as a tamarind.

What does Boya mean in Korean?

Hangul : 뭐야(this is what you dont know this word right?) 뭐야? means what is it? See a translation. 0 likes.

What is Jeongmal?

There are two different words for really in the Korean language: 정말 (jeongmal) 진짜 (jinjja)

What does Omo mean in Korean?

Omo / Omona / 어머 / 어머나: “Oh no!” or “Oh my gosh!”

What is English name of imali?

(tæmərɪnd )

What is Okhli called in English?

Noun, Feminine. a wooden mortar to pound (hammer) grains, alembic.

What is Yeoboseyo?

Secondly, Yeoboseyo is composed of two words; Yeogi (Here) and Boseyo (look). Which literally means; Look over here Technically, it was (before the invention of telephones) used to refer to the person youre not sure talking to.

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