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nai-da

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a slang term for expressing extreme discontent Presumed reason for coinage supposedly it somes from the Norweigan phrase "uff-da" (spelling may be incorrect) which expresses mild discontent, changing "uff" to "nai" somwhow came to be a more extreme form
 
Source : heard in conversstion
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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