O di shebile =

is a clever person(Sent in by Conny Masango)

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• 10 April 2013

Oke =

Man. A shortening of “bloke” that can be shortened further to a simple “O”. The latter is a rare example of a South African word unlikely to be shortened any further. (Reuters)

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• 10 April 2013

Oorla =

a dead somebody.

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• 10 April 2013

Ornetta =

Refers to an ‘agreement.’

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• 10 April 2013

Ou lady =

means mother. Origins from Afrikaans. Ou means old. (Sent by Thembela Maqungo)

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• 10 April 2013

Ouens =

An Afrikaans word, which refers to a group of guys. Also see ”amajita”.

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• 10 April 2013

Outi or O =

boyfriend (Sent in by Thobekile Ngwenya)

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• 10 April 2013

Ovu =

or what (Sent in by Conny Masango)

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• 10 April 2013