YaYa is a first name, I believe that it originates from Brazil. It's not from Brazil I'm Brazilian and I don't know what's Ya Ya Edit- Ya Ya is not Portuguese, it is G…reek for Grandmother. ( Full Answer )
Do you like either of them? If not, then just tell them that you don't feel the same way about them, but be nice about it..
Do you like either of them? If not, then just tell… them that you don't feel the same way about them, but be nice about it. ( Full Answer )
It is used by 2 movies that I know of. Linus Caldwell (played by Matt Damon) says it at the end of Ocean's Thirteen. And it's also the last line from Lester "Worm" Murphy (pla…yed by Edward Norton) to Mike McDermott (played by ... Matt Damon) in the movie Rounders. I've got another one for it, and the film is before Ocean's Thirteen and Rounders. Gallipoli, an Australian film produced in 1981. The poignant phrase is used between the characters, Archy Hamilton (Mark Lee) and Frank Dunne (Mel Gibson), firstly when they Frank leaves his three mates to join Archie in the light horse, and then between Frank and Archy when Archy is going to go over the top at the Nek and Frank is utilised as a runner. The full use of that phrase in the film is "I'll see ya when I see ya", to which the other responds, "Not if I see you first". ( Full Answer )
"Ya" just means "you" in dialect pronunciation. A "trick" is someone who is being used just for money - it can also refer to a sex act performed by a prostitute..
"Ya Trick Y…a" is just something yelled at people in a hip-hop song, something to make them irritated at the person yelling it.. ( Full Answer )
I want to finish doing what you're doing.
I need you to hurry up.
I'm impatient and I've heard enough.
I know there's more but I just can't remember right now…..
Grandmother ( Full Answer )
I TOLD YA I LOVE YA, NOW GET OUT Lou Carter / Herb Ellis / Johnny Frigo As recorded by Anita O'Day w Will Bradley & his Orch September 1947 New York .
"I've told ya I… love ya, now get out! I've told ya I love ya, now get out! Everything's rosy and everything's jake, But just how much can a good girl take? I told ya I love ya, now get out! There may be times I need ya, there's no doubt; Baby, now you're somrthin' I can do without! Leave your number and go on home, The doorway was there, which is by the phone! I've told ya I love ya, now get out! Baby, please leave me be, You want a puppet and there's no strings on me! Get hep, you can leave on the five eighteen, Now don't go 'way sayin' I've been mean; Like any gal I can change my ways, A round trip ticket good for sixty days! I've told ya I love ya, now get out! Baby, please leave me be, You want a puppet and there's no strings on me! Get hep, you can leave on the five eighteen, Now don't go 'way sayin' I've been mean; Like any gal I can change my ways, A round trip ticket good for sixty days! I've told ya I love ya, now get out! Man, get lost - for now!" ( Full Answer )
I think this song is 'hey ya' by Outkast? Hope I've helped :) no it isn't! The answer to your question > Oliver Shanti - Water Four Circles of Life ;) YACHT_--_Psy…chic_City_(Voodoo_City)">YACHT_--_Psychic_City_(Voodoo_City)"> YACHT -- Psychic City (Voodoo City) - I actually think you're looking for "Life in a Northern Town" by The Dream Academy I think it's "What's up" by 4 Non Blondes your're looking for ;) ( Full Answer )
No, it's a term used by Filipino children and teenagers to call their house helper/caretaker. Soon, this term became widely used in satires, television shows, etc. Otherwise …it Could be Greek, which in Greek it means Grandmother. ( Full Answer )
You are never forced to marry someone. If you don't want to marry them, don't. Dealing with the consequences of angering the person or your family will be much better than de…aling with being married to someone you don't like for the rest of your life. ( Full Answer )
A Slang term formally used by Jay "Bird" Jackson. ex- Jay where have you been? His reply, Ya Jaw that's where! Now is widely used to joke around but Jay Bird is serious when h…e says it! YA JAW! ( Full Answer )
If you mean Al-Hassan wa Al-Hussein, these are the grand kids for the messenger of Islam "Muhammad" and whom he loved and played a lot. Many people like to name their kids aft…er them especially when they are twins. These are both male names. Hassan means handsom or good. Al is like "the". If you mean ya Hassan ya Hussein, it can come in either of two meanings. 1st: ya here if for choosing or predicting, like either or. "Either Hassan or Hussein". 2nd: ya here will be for calling someone from a distance (could be very little distance), so you're calling Hassan & Hussein. ( Full Answer )
the one who creates extra ordinary thing with khair i.e safety. khiar means safely.........ajaiba means something exceptional.......badiu means the one who creates something… out of nothing.... i have heard that one should read this dua when they want some miracle to happen for them! good luck ( Full Answer )
"ya" might mean an arabic word in AGCC dialect meaning "came" .
so when it is combined with "He" saying he ya ya it might mean"he came" and when repeating the word "ya" twice… it becomes" he camehe came " .
or simply it means he is here , he is here ( Full Answer )