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Learning Malayalam? Have you learnt these awesome Malayali slang words yet?

Learning slang words are vital to communicate effectively in a language and here are some super fun Malayali slang words.

You have heard some of these words before and maybe even used s few of them! But today let's learn the meaning of these fun Malayali slang words.

Malayalam slang word aiyyo

Aiyyo: This word we all would have heard and known already and it made it to the top position on the list!  Aiyyo means Oh No!

Malayalam slang word adipoli

Adipoli: When you want to tell your friend that she is awesome just say, You're adipoli girl'! Adipoli means awesome.

Malayalam slang word macchan

Macchan: This is a super cool word and means, 'dude'. You can address your buddies with it!

Malayalam slang word oh pinne!

Oh Pinne: We've all been there when our friends bluff or say stuff that we don't believe! And then we can say, 'Oh pinne!' which stands for 'as if'!

Malayalam slang word pottan

Pottan: Aha! How many of us fool around with our friends and call them a 'fool'! 'Pottan' is the Malayali word for 'fool' or 'jerk'!

Malayalam slang word enikku vayyu

Enikku Vayya: The literal meaning of this word is 'I am sick' but its usage is slightly different. When used the phrase means 'I can’t bear it' or 'I am sick of it'. As you can see in the image above, she is sick of being sick!


Hope you enjoyed reading about these words! Have we missed any? Please let us know in the comments section and we'll be happy to add them to our list.

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