that’s the question.
Meaning: Naughtiness, not behaving well.
Example: Baraka mn ddrasa/lebsala = Enough naughtiness.
thank you for your dictionary-like response much appreciated a khtyyyyyy.
When I was little, I thought I’d grow up to be a dictionary.
Today, when I look at myself in the mirror, I feel disappointed.
You can’t be everything in life, and besides, you’re so darn close.
How do I say, “I’m jealous”? coz i am, of your language skills… =)
Come on =).
What we say is “se3daaaaaaaaatek”, meaning “how lucky”. Literally it’s “oh at your happiness”, sa3ada (happiness) in fos7a being the root of the expression, apparently.
I am jealous is literally kanghar mennek, but it has negative connotations. So we use se3datek instead.
You know the famous famous song: lamouni elli gharou menni? Qalou li wach 3ajbek fiha? Jawbet elli jahlo fanni. Khoudo 3ayni choufou biha? I love this part.
Dssara is anything that makes you go: Za3maaaaaaa! :fouet:
Dssara also can have the meaning of “z3ama”, for example, when someone does not know u but they start joking with you in a rude way, that’s dssara, also when someone treat u nicely & respectfuly & u treat them like some kid that plays with u in the street, that’s dssara.
Hmmm PB, you mean being overly bold. I didn’t look at it that way.
we use the word in darija in that sense, & it’s so common, i can for examle be “dasr” on the forum admin, just cuz she’s nice & does not treat members strictly…u got it ? :wistle:
duuuuude wa sahla … dsara = Madridista
That’s my boy
yak a DL ayiti mn l9aria?? lolll