Estonian: appi, k­as kardad ka

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  • urizon9

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    English
    Well,I hope you are safe and sound! I had another look at this phrase.Appi!(help!)could also be used as a slang term to express amazement or disbelief.Sorry I couldn't help you more with this.:eek:
     
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    halfminded

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    Estonian, Estonia
    Appi!(help!)could also be used as a slang term to express amazement or disbelief.Sorry I couldn't help you more with this.:eek:
    I think you have already helped a lot... that much that I am only replying to this thread to confirm, that your guess was right;).
    Appi is used as a slang term and used pretty often, thought I have heard (and used:D) more "appike" and "appikene". In English the equivalents would be something like "oh my gosh" and "oh my god".
    "appi, kas kardad ka" could be translated as "Oh my gosh, and you are not afraid?" or more literally "Oh my gosh, are you afraid too?".
     
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