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Definition of ekse



  • South African Slang.

    Afrikaans word meaning "I say"

    Pronounced (Exs-Air)

    Alternative Form of Writting: Exe (Exs-Air)

    Slang meaning - A common name given to friends. Simular to 'dude'. This word is only meant to be said when gaining attention from one male to the next.

    The female form is "Stekkie" Pronounced (Stair-Key)

    Last edited on Jul 01 2011. Submitted by Dat East Side Ou from Durban, South Africa on Jul 01 2011.

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