Category: Kasi Lingo

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HEITA, SHARP, HOWZIT.

COMING from various backgrounds and geographical areas we often refer to beautiful women in different terms. The common terms that stick out would be lekopo, lezothi, shandapa however extreme sesotho people will tell you that, “mosadi oo ke stlabolana”. This just means that woman is a femme fatale. So if you are fantasing about dating a sotho girl or are...

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“O di bapetse”

WHEN a person is clothed in branded clothes from head to toe, such as Fabiani, Salvatore Ferragamo and Gucci, then we would normally say that “o di bapetse”. This means that you carefully constructed various brands and made one killer outfit. ‘Bapetse’ is past tense for ‘bapala’ meaning play, so in essence you’re playing around with brands. So next time...

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ke lo spoola ka jika

BEING fresh and clean is the ultimate objective of each and every individual, or at least it should be. So in most instances dudes from the hood who know the lingo would often say, “ke lo spoola ka jika”. Meaning I’m going to take a bath or freshen up, I’m coming back. So gents if you want to continue impressing...

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Ever heard of the word “molakalaka”?

HEITA, SHARP, HOWZIT. This word is common among a lot guys who smoke on street corners using a telephone directory or those that have a thing for Best Blend better known as BB. And yes, as men are very competitive they often use this word to determine their manhoods. You know, the mine is bigger than yours type of challenge....