What does Hopa mean in Spanish?
exclamation. 1. (Southern Cone) (= ¡deja!) stop it!
What does Colca mean in Spanish?
feminine noun (Andes) (= troje) barn ⧫ granary. (= almacén) storeroom. (= ático) attic store ⧫ loft.
Is Hopa a word?
Hopa is a city and a district in the Artvin Province of Turkey. Hopa may also refer to: Hopa River, main water stream of Hopa in the eastern Black Sea Region of Turkey. Housing for Older Persons Act, known as HOPA, an amendment to the U.S. Fair Housing Act.
What does Hopa mean in Hebrew?
In Israel, hopa is called out enthusiastically for lots of different reasons from “aha!” moments to “oops, you tripped!” moments to any other moments of surprise.
What is the meaning of Hola in English?
interjection Spanish. hi; hello: Hey, hola, how are things?
What does OPS slang mean?
Opposition. Amongst gang members, OPS is a slang term used with the meaning “Opposition” to refer to members of rival gangs. (In this context, OPS is more commonly typed as OPPS.)
What does Yofi Tofi mean?
Yofi tofi (see above) Hachi achi (Something that is the best, literally “The most, my brother”) “Those strawberries are hachi achi!” Sof sof (“finally,” literally “end, end”)
What is the meaning of Oh la la?
Updated on July 16, 2019. The French phrase oh là là isn’t so much an expression as an interjection. It can indicate surprise, disappointment, commiseration, distress, or annoyance. The phrase is used to express any moderately strong reaction to something that was just said or done, for example: Oh là là !
What is Hola Korean?
Generally, there are three ways to say Hello in Korean: The formal way 안녕하십니까 (annyeonghasimnikka), the Standard way 안녕하세요 (annyeonghaseyo), and the informal way 안녕 (annyeong).
What is OPS Snapchat?
“Oops!” is a common definition for OPS on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok. OPS. Definition: Oops!
What does CTM mean in Snapchat?
“Chat to Me” is the most common definition for CTM on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.
What is Yalla Bye?
There’s a common saying in Jordan among friends: “يلا bye” (“Yalla Bye”). It’s not an easily translatable phrase. “يلا” means almost everything and nothing. It’s something that teeters on the rude and funny in the way that only direct phrases can.