ababil/ABG(Anak Baru Gede) labil

noun.
Impressionable teenagers, teenagers who are easy to influence.
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adu domba

verb.
To provoke people to fight and hate each other. Divide and conquer.
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agan/gan/juragan

noun.
Boss, landlord (from Sundanese dialect).
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ane/gua/gue

noun.
I, me, my
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asbun/asal bunyi

noun.
Common term to call people who like to talk first and think it over later on
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ayam

noun.
Prostitute, whore, commercial sex worker, call-girl. Literal translation of ‘ayam’ means chicken.
Other common variations are:
- ‘ayam abu-abu‘ which means high school ‘chicken’
- ‘ayam kampus‘ which means college ‘chicken’
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bule

noun.
Term of endearment to refer to white guy/caucasian.
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Bhinneka Tunggal Ika

noun.
A national slogan which means ‘Unity in Diversity.’
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bo’ol

noun.
Anus, ass, anal.
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Dolly

noun.
A red light district in Surabaya city which is claimed to be the biggest in South East Asia, even bigger than Patpong in Bangkok, Thailand and Geylang in Singapore.
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ente/elu/lu

noun.
You, your, yours.
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fulus/pulus

noun.
Cash, fee, money, tips.
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gaptek

noun.
No knowledge at all in technology
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garong

noun.
A robber or a group of robbers.
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gotong royong

verb.
Cooperation among many people to attain a shared goal.
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halal

adjective.
Lawful or permissible by Islamic law, and the term not only covers food and drink, but also to all matters of daily life. Usually refers to food that contains no pork.
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jam karet

noun.
Seldom punctual. Its literal translation means ‘rubber watch.’ Taken from the property of rubber that is flexible and can be stretched, appointment and meeting time can also be stretched (delayed, postponed, late) according to Indonesians.
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jancok/jancuk/cok/cuk

interjection.
Fuck (from Surabayanese dialect).
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jayus

adjective.
Has the quality of being corny or not funny, usually refers to a joke.
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keparat

adjective.
Damned, accursed.
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korupsi, kolusi, nepotisme (KKN)

noun.
Corruption, collusion, nepotism.
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latah

adjective.
Compulsive tendency to imitate others’ words, sentences, or behaviour.
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lebay

adjective.
Has the quality of being melodramatic, usually refers to a story, attitudes, personality or one’s appearance.
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maho/manusia Homo

noun.
Gay, homosexual person.
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mantap

noun.
Cool! Awesome! Excellent!
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Malingsia

noun.
Abbreviation of Malaysian Thief (Maling Malaysia).
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mas

noun.
Sir (polite way of saying it).
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memek

noun.
Cunt, pussy, twat, vagina.
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mental tempe

noun.
Loser’s mentality (‘Tempeh‘ mentality). Tempeh is a traditional Indonesian food made from fermenting soy beans into some form of a cake.
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najis

noun.
Things or persons regarded as ritually unclean according to Islamic Law.
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o’on/bego/tolol/goblok

adjective.
Dumb, retarded.
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pasukan nasi bungkus

noun.
People who get paid to demonstrate or riot.
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PSK = Pekerja Seks Komersial

noun.
Acronym for “commercial sex workers”.
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sampeyan

noun.
Thou, thy/thine, thee.
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sepong/sedot

noun.
Blow job.
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titit

noun.
Dick, penis.
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toket/tetek

noun.
Breast, boob.
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tusbol/tusuk bo’ol

verb/noun.
Sodomy, anal sex. Literal translation means jabbing anus.
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yo’i

expression.
Yes (very cool way of saying it).
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