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"Lai rukloo-rukloo" from the Tuber dialect




"Lai rukloo rukloo" from the Tuber dialect sent by Ribait Phawa


Kawei ka kyntien nga kwah ban bynrap ha kaba ki ju kren ha ki por mynshwa bad ïa mynta tang ki riewtymmen ki kham pyndonkam ïa kane ka kyntien ha ka dialect Tuber.


"Lai rukloo-rukloo" ka mut ban leit kloi-kloi sha ka kam ba lah phah, la haka leit shim ki tum ki tam ne ban leit thied jingthied. Ne kino kino ki jingphah kiba kham san ki phah da ka jingkyrkieh.


"Lai rukloo-rukloo" is a phrase in the Tuber dialect that was used before and which is now used mostly by the elderly.


The phrase means to do a task with a sense of hurry and urgency, whether if it is to take something or to buy something. It is also used when the elderly send us on an urgent errand.


"Lai rukloo-rukloo" is a phrase from the Tuber dialect which means to do something quickly. Khublei Shibun @b.a.i.t_phawa_ for sending this! 😃🙏

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