What does Tee nah nah mean?
Having researched this for hour's, I have come to the conclusion that it is just sounds, i.e. the "FaFaFa" song by Otis Redding. Overton Lemons, who came to be known as Smiley Lewis, wrote the song. A successful entertainer in New Orleans, La.
search for Smiley Lewis on Allmusic.com, Google, etc. for more details of his musical talent.
The pronunciation for the South American country in English is "arr-jenn-TEE-nah", but in Spnish would be "arr-henn-TEE-nah".
Тишина, pronounced tee-shee-NAH Or, if you are giving a command, then тихо! pronounced tee-HA!
Cindy is pronounced "see-nah-tee"
"Do you have a girl?" in Spanish is "¿Tienes una niña?" It is pronounced "tee-EHN-ace OO-nah NEEN-ya?" If you really mean "Do you have a girlfriend?" that is "¿Tienes una novia?" It is pronounced "tee-EHN-ace OO-nah NO-be-ah?" Please see this site for confirmation of the translation: http://www.answers.com/library/Translations
To do a cactus
"Alternativo" is an Italian equivalent of the English word "alternative." Specifically, the word "alternativo" is the masculine form of an adjective. The pronunciation is "ahl-TEHR-nah-TEE-voh." The feminine equivalent, "alternativa," is pronounced "ahl-TEHR-nah-TEE-vah."
Buona mattina, Bellissimo in the masculine and Buona mattina, Bellissima are Italian equivalents of the English phrase "Good morning, Sexy." Specifically, the feminine adjective buona means "good." The feminine noun mattina means "morning." The masculine adjective/pronoun bellissimo and the feminine bellissima mean "extremely, most, super, very beautiful, good-looking, gorgeous, handsome, sexy." The pronunciation is "BWOH-nah maht-TEE-nah behl-LEES-see-moh" in the masculine and "BWOH-nah maht-TEE-nah behl-LEES-see-mah" in the feminine.
neh-see-kha-TEE hah-ktah-NAH (× ×¡×™×›×ª×™ ×”×§×˜× ×”)
"¿Tienes una erección?" tee/EN-es OO-nah eh-rek-see/ON
TEE is transesophageal echocardiogram.
'Week' or 'the week' may be English equivalents of 'la settimana'. The phrase is pronounced 'lah SEHT-tee-MAH-nah'. A week is made up of seven days, which is 'siete giorni' in Italian.
Hey Jude, don't make it bad Take a sad song and make it better Remember to let her into your heart Then you can start to make it better Hey Jude, don't be afraid You were made to go out and get her The minute you let her under your skin Then you begin to make it better And anytime you feel the pain, hey Jude, refrain Don't carry the world upon your shoulders For… Read More
prophet = nah-VEE (נביא) the prophet = "hah-nah-VEE" (הנביא)
Buona mattina, Tutti is an Italian equivalent of 'Good morning, Everyone'. It's pronounced 'BWOH-nah maht-TEE-nah, TOOT-tee'. In the word by word translation, the feminine adjective 'buona' means 'good'. The feminine noun 'mattina' means 'morning'. The masculine noun 'tutti' means 'everyone, everybody, all'.
Sike nah nigha
it means no or i don't want to
It means "nah"
Its "Goodbye" by Kristina Debarge. It goes: Nah nah nah nah nah nah nah nah hey hey hey goodbye
What's the point of being in love What's the point of being with someone you can't have I know exactly how this will end But for some reason I can't help myself No I just can't help myself She likes she likes She likes to fight and make up She likes she likes She likes to be alone She likes she likes The hearache of a break up She likes she likes To be my… Read More
Banana is, easily enough, "banana" in Japanese. The only difference is pronunciation: "Bah-nah-nah."
the mood of you
'Alternativa' is an Italian equivalent of 'alternative' as a noun. It's a feminine noun whose definite article is 'l' ['the'] and whose indefinite article is 'una' ['a, one']. It's pronounced 'ahl-tehr-nah-TEE-vah'. 'Alternativo' or 'alternativa' may be the equivalents as adjectives. The masculine adjective 'alternativo' is pronounced 'ahl-tehr-nah-TEE-voh'. The feminine form 'alternativa' is pronounced the same as the noun above.
na (× ×) can either mean "please" or "under-cooked"
What is the oldies song that goes nahhhhhh nah nah nah nah nah breath nah nah nah nah nah breath nah nah nah nah nah in a high voice?
This song is Michael Jackson's "P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)". It goes: MJ: nah nah nah Girls: "nah nah nah" MJ: naah nah nah naaah Girls: naah nah nah naah MJ: oooowww take it back take it back I want to love you PYT. That would be it... if not sorry for wasting your time (mostly mine) JK Additional songs you may want to consider: "Land of a Thousand Dances" (or "Land of 1000 Dances") "Hey… Read More
tea = Tee
I know this answer... I know this answer... Nah, I got nothin
Nawl means no or nah.
nothing new, and you?
Buona mattinata is an Italian equivalent of 'Have a good morning'. In the word by word translation, the feminine adjective 'buona' means 'good'. The feminine gender noun 'mattinata' means 'morning'. The phrase is pronounced 'BWOH-nah maht-tee-NAH-tah'.
'Buona mattina, mi amore' is a literal Italian equivalent of 'Good morning, my love'. The phrase is pronounced 'BWOH-nah maht-TEE-nah mee ah-MOH-reh'. It may be said to either a female or male love.
My daughter says tee tah wen she wants to say thank you lol
Ia orana i te matahiti api. (yo-rah-nah ee tay mah-tah-hee-tee ah-pee)
multi-millionario. Remember to use spanish pronounciation. Phonetic English spelling MOOL-tee MEE-lyo-NAH-ree-o
'Buona mattina, Bello' is an Italian equivalent of 'Good morning, Handsome'. It's pronounced 'BWOH-nah maht-TEE-nah BEHL-loh'. The same greeting may be offered to a 'beautiful' female. Slightly changed, the phrase becomes 'Buona mattina, Bella'.
Male Branch Tee
What is the sound called that goes like Tan nah nah nah nah Tan nah nah nah nah tan tandara tantadara it from Mozart i think but it's classical music?
Found It :) Mozart - Rondo Alla Turca
Tianna is the same in Spanish as in English
What is the name of the song that played during the new Ford commercial during the world series it sounded extremely lo-fi and went Nah nah nah nah nah nah nah nah Please help?
nah nah nah nah nah. Just Kidding. answer:1472 i think anonymous
See link below
The band was called "Steam."
It's "E-Pro" by Beck.
What is the title of that Christmas song that goes and he said nah nah nah nah nah nah nah nah nah Then something about Jesus the child?
I believe the song you are looknig for could probably be A spaceman came travelling by Chris De Burgh. It is a Christmas song and says in it "for the love of a child" and they refer to Jesus in it too. Check it out!