What does "saleh ladega" mean, in Urdu/Arabic?

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Hi,

Just wondering what the phrase "saleh ladega" (spelled in English phonetics) means?

I think the language is either Urdu or Arabic, or another of the Asian languages.

Though since I can't read/write in Urdu/Arabic text, there's no way I can type it out to Google it.
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the literal translation is ‘rascal, wanna fight?’
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the literal translation is ‘rascal, wanna fight?’
Ah ok thanks. Can you tell me how it's written in the native language?
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according to Google ....

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Ah ok thanks. Can you tell me how it's written in the native language?
i don’t know how to write in urdu
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You can write it like this : سالے لڑے گا
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dont mean anything in urdu bro
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dont mean anything in urdu bro
wait it means, bro u wanna fight
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wait it means, bro u wanna fight
That word does not mean bro though :lol:
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That word does not mean bro though :lol:
joot mat bolo
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Arabic is not an asian language, and that is not arabic at all. Arabic is like hebrew not south asian
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in hindi its "rascal, wanna fight"
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(Original post by JohnnyDavidson)
Hi,

Just wondering what the phrase "saleh ladega" (spelled in English phonetics) means?

I think the language is either Urdu or Arabic, or another of the Asian languages.

Though since I can't read/write in Urdu/Arabic text, there's no way I can type it out to Google it.
it means rascal, wanna fight in urdu / hindi.
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"Salay laray ga"
سالے لڑے گا؟
rascal,you wanna fight?
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(Original post by TheYearNiner)
joot mat bolo
Jhoot nahi hein.
Saleh ki murad to bhai nahi.

Translation:
It is not a lie.
Saleh does not mean brother.
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Jhoot nahi hein.
Saleh ki murad to bhai nahi.

Translation:
It is not a lie.
Saleh does not mean brother.
Salay ka matlab bhen ka shohar bih hosakta hai lekin yahan context alag hai
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Salay ka matlab bhen ka shohar bih hosakta hai lekin yahan context alag hai
Context is eveything, and it slipped my mind it could mean that too.
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(Original post by JohnnyDavidson)
Hi,

Just wondering what the phrase "saleh ladega" (spelled in English phonetics) means?

I think the language is either Urdu or Arabic, or another of the Asian languages.

Though since I can't read/write in Urdu/Arabic text, there's no way I can type it out to Google it.
Salah is an insult but idk what it would be in English kinda like idiot I guess, And ladega would be do you want to fight but in one word :rofl3:

Idiot wanna fight?


Also pretty sure it's Hindi
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Salah is an insult but idk what it would be in English kinda like idiot I guess, And ladega would be do you want to fight but in one word :rofl3:

Idiot wanna fight?


Also pretty sure it's Hindi
Yep its hindi.Indians usually use 'd' instead of 'r'
ladega=larayga in urdu
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