Kudiro- (Inflected verb) [ koo-dee-ro ]
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|Meaning : Watch out (usually used when playing or in covert missions)|
Use : kudiro! Mode anakam! = Watch out! The teacher is coming!
Period: Early 70's
Related to: Chako, Daro, Olaso, Chuo, Icho
Area of origin : Unknown
Etymology:Unknown but has been in use since the 70s. A typical scenario is in a class where students are making noise then one is put in charge of looking out for the teacher and as the teacher approaches, the person shouts "kudiro! kudiro!" thereby alerting the rest.