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10 definitions by kikkoman69

 
1.
Literally means "asphalt" in Arabic, but used to display discontent. Same use as shit.
"Oh no forgot the keys in the car, ZIFT!!"
by kikkoman69 June 08, 2004
 
2.
Used by youth in Middle East - Dubai in particular - to describe a loser, wannabe, poser etc who hang around "the places to be" on the weekend just to be seen. Plural = "hashakel"
"Look at those hashakel hangin' around Burger King" or "Nah man i dont wanna go ther, too many hashakel"
by kikkoman69 June 08, 2004
 
3.
Literally means "young men" in Arabic, but is commonly used to refer to "the boys". In Dubai it is used to refer to your boys, or eg. homies, gang, posse, clique. It is used also to refer to the people who will back you up in a fight.
"Ohh you wanna mess around now? I'll bring my shabaab!!" or "Don't fuck with me, i know half the shabaab of Dubai!"
by kikkoman69 June 08, 2004
 
4.
Made-up word, commonly used among the Arabic youth of Abu Dhabi and Dubai, it means a woman's ass, or booty or bum. Used alongside cooras}.
Wow this place is hot! We're surrounded by cooras and chumchums!
by kikkoman69 June 08, 2004
 
5.
The velocity of 60mph. Duh. hehe. An alternative expression to the aforementioned definition.
My Hamman-tuned BMW M5 can reach a mile a minute speed from zero in 4 seconds! ( I wish haha )
by kikkoman69 June 09, 2004
 
6.
Derived from "Kora" which means ball in Arabic. Used to name breasts among the youth in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. Usually used along side chumchum
Damn, that girl Noora has got some fine cooras!!
by kikkoman69 June 08, 2004
 
7.
Following the popularity of a flash-oriented website called Fanta Shokata, which featured clips of East Indian movies which u can add your own subtitles and give it your own meaning. In one clip, a character says "Ek Dum, Barabir?" Which sounded like he was saying "Whats up, Barabir?" or something similar. So it is semi-popularly used to say hey or whats up among Montreal youth.
when you call someone and they pick up "Ek Dum, Barabir??" or "Ek Dum!!"
by kikkoman69 June 08, 2004