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orh Meaning

Orh is a Hokkien term commonly used in Singapore to express agreement or affirmation. It can be translated into Chinese as 是的 (shì de), meaning yes or that’s right.

orh in a Sentence 

1. Wah, the queue for the chicken rice stall damn long, orh! (expressing surprise or emphasis)
2. Cannot find parking space, orh. (expressing frustration or exasperation)
3. Eh, you want to go makan orh? (inviting someone to eat together)
4. He always late for class one, orh. (describing a habitual behavior)
5. Today so hot, orh! (commenting on the weather)

Pronunciation: Orh (like or)

orh Origin in Singlish

This orh origin from Singapore lah. It’s like a mix of English, Mandarin, Malay, and Hokkien. Can lah, cannot lah, everything also have lah. Sometimes can make people blur sotong, but also very shiok to speak. Must be careful, don’t bluff people hor.

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