Rural Dictionary

To avoid any language barriers here is a list of commonly used words and phrases:

*Uff da:
Pronunciation: Uff da
Definition: Definition is dependent on situation. It could be used positively or negatively; in situations of surprise or exasperation.
Usage(s):
Positive:
Pa: Ma made rhubarb pie for Sunday supper! Uff da!

Negative:
Ma: Your father used my good kitchen knife to clean his geese. Uff da.

Surprise:
Teacher: Little Sven passed the second grade this year! Uff da!

Exasperation:
Uncle Clarence: That old Farmall is overheatin’ again. Uff da.

*Hohyeah:
Pronunciation: Hohyeah
Definition: A form of acknowledgemement or agreement
Usage:
Lars: Beans are lookin’ good this year.
Ole: Hohyeah.

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