German. Meaning: Yes sir! Normally used following an order and tends to preceed a large bout of gun fire and and some dead POWs and/or extensive escape attempts.
Jawohl! Herr Kaleun!
*Bang bang bang*
*Over the top death acting*
The only (correct) answer to any (reasonable) order given by a superior rank (or any other rank in a temporary position of authority), usually followed by a swift execution of said order.
Also more often than not followed by some form of swearing/bitching directed against the superior, when out of his/her hearing range (mostly done by conscripts in the first half of their 9-month military service or senior enlistees who consider the ordered task a nuisance and/or beneath them).
Uffz Schmidt: "Müller! Tun Sie dies und das! Bewegung!"
G Müller: "Jawohl, Herr Unteroffizier!"
(ein paar Sekunden später und einige Meter weiter)
G Müller: "...tun Sie dies und das! Fick dich doch du blödes Arschloch!"
Sgt. Schmidt: "Müller! Do this and that! Move your ass!"
Pvt. Müller: "Yes, Sergeant!"
(a few seconds later and several meters farther)
Pvt. Müller: "...do this and that! Go fuck yourself you stupid asshole!"
Meaning: Affirmative, Yes. Used as: A response to an order. From: It is a German word.
Jawohl, mein Kommandant
I.E. An acknowledgment to an order
"Jawohl, Mein Fuhrer"
A badass German
phrase popularly used in a military context. It losely translates to 'Yes Indeed' or 'Yes Sir'
Ja wohl, mein Führer = Yes indeed, my Leader
A sarcastic affirmative response to an overly strict or domineering person. The German military root of the word implies a reference to Hitler, as his officers would have given the same emphatic response to his orders.
"Bart, I told you to stop whistling that annoying tune!"
"Jawohl, mein mammedant!"
It's a phrase that turns most Germans horny.
Gretel: Ohhh Hansel, your boots are so shiny! would you like to touch my pflepushdieshundtdlahisbergerhan?
Hansel: I am titilated, I will touch, jawohl!
Gretel: I am in liebe.