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Jahare!



Jahare!


Jahare ka dei ka interjection kaba mut "ah-isynei" ne "ah-ïarap!". Ka long ka jingpyrta sngewsynei haba jah eiei ne haba kylla ka jingïadei ha ka kam ka jam.


Jahare is an interjection which means "have mercy" or "please help!". It is an exclamation for compassion and mercy when something is lost. This phrase is also used when there is an unexpected or unwelcome change in relations during work.


"Jahare!" 😰😧😨 is one example of the many interjections present in the Khasi language. These expressions add a definite colour and quality to the Khasi language. 🟡 English translation by @speakyourroots

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