Warning: You are not logged in. Your IP address will be publicly visible if you make any edits. If you log in or create an account, your edits will be attributed to your username, along with other benefits. Anti-spam check. Do not fill this in!==='''A'''=== *[[ABC|'''ABC''']] - Air Batu Campur, a dessert of shaved ice mixed with rose syrup, condensed milk, liquid brown sugar, red beans, sweet corn, cendol, grass jelly, and/or fried peanuts. [Bang, ABC satu! / Bro, give me one ABC!] *'''Abuden''' - Obviously. A rhetorical or sarcastic response to an obvious observation. From Hokkien: A-bo = if not + English: then. Not used in Malaysian English. *'''Aci''' - **Elderly Indian woman. From Tamil: ஆச்சி. [Aci, mau pergi mana tu? / Aci, where are you going?] **Fair [Eh, tak aci la macam tu. / Eh, that is not fair.] *'''Acah Mak Enon''' - An expression meaning "it's just a joke." [A: Bagi aku alamat rumah kau, aku nak hantar aku punya kad jemputan kahwin. B: Hah?! A: Hahah! Acah Mak Enon~! / A: Give me your house address, I want to send you my wedding invitation. B: What?! A: Hahah! Acah Mak Enon~!] *'''Ah beng''' - Young Chinese man or teen who is excessively flashy and show-offish, and likes to emulate gaudy Japanese street fashion and hairstyles. Usually linked with criminal gangs. From Hokkien: 阿明. [Tengok Ah beng tu. Dia warnakan rambut dia jadi perang, nak jadi macam orang putih. / Look at that Ah beng. He dyed his hair blonde, wanting to be like a white guy.] *'''Ah kua''' - Transsexual (Derogatory). Not used in Malaysian English *'''Ah lian''' - Female counterpart of Ah bengs. From Hokkien: 阿莲. Not used in Malaysian English *'''[[Ah Long|Ah long]] / Along''' - Illegal loan shark in Malaysia and Singapore. From Cantonese: 大耳窿. [Aku rasa dia Alonglah / I think he's an Ah long lah.] *'''Ah moi / Amoi''' - Woman. From Chinese. [Amoi, cantik rambut you. / Ah moi, your hair's beautiful.] *'''Aisey man''' '''/ Aiseyh '''- I'll say, man/I'll say. An exclamation of frustration. [Aisey man! Aku tertinggal kunci dekat rumahlah. / Aisey man! I left my keys at home.] *'''Alamak''' - An exclamation of mild despair. Similar to "uh-oh" or "oh no." [Alamak, dia datang! Cepat menyorok! / Alamak, he's coming! Quick, hide!] *'''Angau''' - Lovesick. [Kenapa kau ni? Macam angau je. / What's with you? Angau ah?] *'''Ang bao / angpau''' - Red paper packets with money inside, given to people on Chinese New Year or during occasions like weddings, birthday parties, etc. From Hokkien: 红包. [Yay! Tahun ni, aku dapat ang pau 50 Ringgit daripada pakcik aku! / Yay! This year, I got 50 Ringgit ang bao from my uncle!] *'''Angmor''' - Westerner. From Hokkien: 红毛. Not used in Malaysian English *'''Apa cer''' - From Malay: Apa cerita. Apa = What; Cerita = Story. **What's up. [A: Mat! B: Arif! A: Eh, kau apa cer sekarang? Lama tak dengar khabar. / A: Mat! B: Arif! A: Eh, what's up with you these days? Haven't heard from you in a long while.] **What happened. [Aku dengar, kau putus tunang. Apa cer? / I heard you broke of the engagement. What happened?] *'''Apakejadahnya / kejadahnya / jadahnya '''- What the hell. From Malay: Apakah = What; Jadahnya = No meaning (Swear word). Possibly from Persian: <span style="color:rgb(34,34,34);font-family:arial,sans-serif;font-size:medium;white-space:nowrap;">زاده</span><br />, zadeh, meaning child/offspring. [Apakejadahnya yang dia buat, 24 jam dalam bilik tu? / What the hell is he doing, cooped up 24/7 in that room?] *'''Apa kes''' - What's the/your/his problem. From Malay: Apa = What; Kes = Case. [Dia buat silap, lepas tu dia bising-bising dekat kau? Apa kes? / He made a mistake, and after that, he told you off? Apa kes?] *'''Atas''' - Upper class, to the point of snobbery. From Malay: Atas = Above. *'''Awek''' - *Chick. [Mat, kau nampak tak awek cun tu? / Mat, you see that hot chick?] **Girlfriend. [Kau dah ada awek belum? / Do you have a girlfriend already?] Summary: Please note that all contributions to the Malay Slang Wiki are considered to be released under the CC-BY-SA Cancel Editing help (opens in new window) Retrieved from "https://malayslang.fandom.com/wiki/Malay_Slang_Wiki"