A phrase in Vietnamese either means "Die" or "Go to hell" or "To hell with you" depending on how it is applied in conjunction with other words. Sometimes it can stand alone.
Dit me may. Di chet di.
In Vietnamese it means "Satan" or "Devil" or "Lord of the Underworld" or perhaps "Ghost"? It can be used as a singular or in conjunction with other phrases or words.
Con me may. Di o voi ong ma quy di! - Mother fucker (Yo mama). Why don't you go to hell or go live with Satan/Devil!
Ong ma quy! - A ghost!
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