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Sinhala Slang Dictionary

දඹ දි දු දෙ
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1. දඹයා
Relatively new term to refer to a person of Indian nationality. (Living in India). This term is used mostly by office workers of Sri Lanka, who also interact with Indians; Also by Sri Lankan More…
2. දිව දානවා
Performing oral sex on a female, Cunnilingus. (e.g. Diva daala sæpak dennawath danne nædda? (දිව දාලා සැපක් දෙන්නවත් දන්නෙ නැද්ද?) means 'Don't (you) at least know how to give More…
3. දුක තමයි
Means 'it is going to be painful/exhausting/messy/problematic etc'. Although comparatively less common, Duka Thamai Ranjanee (දුක තමයි රංජනී) is used in similar contexts. Ane More…
4. දුම
Literally means 'smoke'. Used to mean anything used to have a smoke (e.g. cigarette, cigar, mal (මල්) etc.). (e.g. Dumak adimuda? (දුමක් අදිමුද?) means 'Shall we have a More…
5. දෙකක් දා ගන්නවා
Literally 'to have two shots'. To have a drink. Note that Nethi wenna gahanawa (නැති වෙන්න ගහනවා) refers to getting really drunk till one is unconsious. Wadinna ganahawa (වදින්න More…
6. දෙමළා
Used by the Sinhala majority to refer to a person of Tamil origin. Even though the proper Sinhala noun to refer a Tamil ethic group is Demala (දෙමළ), when used in this sense it is regarded More…
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