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abo
abo
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subscription [abbr. of "abonnement"]
Great fun that you have made a Norwegian slang dictionary, but this word does not exist in our language.... Also; most of the words on these pages are not slang, they're just swear words they use around Oslo. Can anyone add words to this dictionary? Comment by: noggie   
Yep you re so clever why don't YOU do that then? Comment by: vIQtor    Rated:1/5
More like "abbo", if used at all Comment by: Lars   
Abbo is quite rude where I'm from as well Comment by: Ben   
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Alcoholic
Alkiz
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A person who drinks regularly .
not to be completely overzealous here, but it's supposed to be alkoholiker and alkis for short.... Comment by: Noggie   
What is DRITA? I though it was drunk! Comment by: Ana   
DRITA alone or as DRITA FULL, means drunk as a skunk, pissed, f*cking drunk among other things. Eact translaton SHIT DRUNK doesn't work. Comment by: Kjell   
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avor
avor
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to run away, leave
This is wrong. There is no such Norwegian slang word Comment by: Kong Olav   
this word definitely doesn't exist in the norwegian vocab Comment by: norwegia   
wtf? Not used in Norwegian. ever. Dette er ikke et norsk uttrykk!! Comment by: Geir   
I didn't enter the word, but I can confirm that it's indeed actively used. Although it's a relatively new addition. Possibly adapted from some Asian language. Eg har hrt kidsa bruke det. Kebabnorsk, skjnnar? Comment by: Larris    Rated:5/5
det er lzm norsk slang da... jeg har hrt mange bruke det , og jeg er lzm 14 r og nesten alle vennah mine sier snn s bare glm at dette ikke er norsk slang azz ! (a' Comment by: Meg   
This means "Let's go". The word is not widely spread or known. It originated from foreigners living in Oslo. Comment by: oslo   
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baller
baller
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balls, testicles. Can also mean "courage" (usu. denoting the lack thereof) or "chutzpah"
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bøffe
bøffe
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steal
bøffe
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børst
børst
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liquer, alcohol
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bjeller
bjeller
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testicles ["bells"]
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bole
bole
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to take (anabolic) steroids [abbr.]
Doesn't have to be steroids. Could just mean a guy lifting weights: "skal ut bole" - going out (to the gym) to work out/lift weights Comment by: norwegian   
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bombe
bombe
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surprise, "bombshell", usually sarcastic ["a bomb"]
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brekk
brekk
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burglary, break-in; more or less petty crime for gain
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da-a
da-a
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(from English duh-uh)
nope, we dont say that Comment by: k   
Yes we do!! If someone says something stupid, like you! Da-a.... Comment by: Seb   
The word is "duh", from English. Certain retards can't spell, and end up writing "da-a". Comment by: lol    Rated:5/5
I would say the retards is the ones who not only copies English slang blindly, but insists on using English spelling as well. We don't speak English. Da-a! Comment by: Ola   
you speak english just fine Ola. Comment by: guy    Rated:5/5
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dame
dame
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woman, lady; girlfriend
This is not slang but a regular Norwegian term Comment by: NorEng   
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drite i
drite i
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ignore; skip ["to shit in"]
shit in the pants
Usually translated to "get the f*ck out", "don't do that" or "f*ck it". Comment by: Norsk   
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drite seg ut
drite seg ut
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make a fool of onself
The shit one self Comment by: Ibsen   
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dritings
dritings
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(senselessly) drunk (I believe a similar English expression is "shit-faced")
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drittsekk
drittsekk
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asshole ["shitbag"]
direke oversettelse er ok her F eks "You lyin' sack of shit.""Sack of shit" by itself is never used in English but DRITTSEKK alone is part of Norwegian staple Comment by: Kjell   
"John Gummer is the biggest shitbag I have ever met." Comment by the Norwegian Minister of the Environment, Thorbjrn Berntsen, after Gummer had refused to discuss problems around Sellafield. Comment by: Stian   
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e
e
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ecstasy (the drug); ecstacy tablette [abbr.]
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faen
faen
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damn, shit [abbr. "fanden"] (Somtimes written "faan")
Fy faen!
faen jeg liker det Comment by: Adrian Myhrer    Rated:4/5
ja, faen, meg ogs. Fy faen! XD Comment by: Jrn Dybvik    Rated:5/5
Never written "faan" ... Comment by: Bang   
So, would someone say, "Faen dame."? For example, say a Norwegian woman references herself in a joking manner to her husband, "I would know that and I'm just a faen dame." Comment by: cary Stillwell   
You wouldn't say faen damen more likely jvla damen or jvla tispe Faen literally means devil Comment by: Bjrn vik   
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fanden
fanden
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the devil
fanden og hans oldemor
"Fanden" elller "faen" er et ganske kraftig uttrykk og br som regel oversettes til "f*ck." Djevelens navn har ingen mening i engelsk. Comment by: kjell   
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Farmer
Bondeknøl
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a negative word for a farmer
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ferske
ferske
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to cach (sb) in the act; to find (sb) out (used about doing something illegal and/or stupid)
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fet
fet
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cool, groovy ["fat"]
PHAT not FAT Comment by: NINJA SYRUP    Rated:2/5
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fitte
fitte
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cunt (used pretty much as in English)
Jævla fitte
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for
for (-et)
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food ["fodder"]
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fucked
føkka
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nuts, crazy, etc? (Are you nuts?)
I`m NOrwegain..and since when did we use that!?! Jeg er Norsk, of siden nr brukte vi *ed som spr etc? M bare si at mange av disse slang ordene er elendige..og VELDIG lite vanlig og brukt Comment by: Lail    Rated:1/5
Hvis noenting gr galt eller man er blitt snytt, brukes "I got f*cked," eller "I got screwed." Comment by: kjell   
i think Fkka translates best as "messed up" in english. f.eks.- det var helt fkka! det kanskje brukes bare i oslo Comment by: sdfjs   
Correct and confirmed. It's pretty widespread, even. Comment by: Larris    Rated:5/5
This is used alot in Oslo. Comment by: Daniel    Rated:5/5
LANGUAGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Comment by: sam I am    Rated:1/5
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