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Akadai- (Inflected verb) [ Ah-kaa-dai ]

Be the first to say something about Akadai
Meaning : 1. He/she claimed
2. He/she died
Use : 1. Piri alikam akadai ati hedi ana tuna ita = The class prefect came in and claimed that the headmaster was calling us.
2. Ule konkodi alidondoka vidu kwa mat akadai = That tout missed his step while getting off the matatu, fell and died
Period: Unknown
Synonyms: Deadieukata
Spelling variation: -


Area of origin : Unknown
Etymology:
Formed by combining two words "aka" and "dai". Whereas "dai" is a proper Swahili word which means Claim, in Sheng it's casually used to mean claim but with the conotation of saying.

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