Users can go from one conversation to another, seeing other users on their Android terminal.If you like someone, you can continue talking with them.On the other hand, if someone rubs you the wrong way you can jump immediately to the next conversation.One of the problems with AZAR - Random Video Chat is that in order to meet people of the opposite sex, you have to pay money.Most of the information on the review is still valid, but it certainly needs an update on the world of online dating through websites or social apps such as Badoo, Indonesian Cupid, Tinder, We Chat, Skout, Beetalk, etc.If you are looking for a great girl in Jakarta, online dating is by far your best chance. Baper = Sentimental, melancholic Beb, Beib = Babe Begichu = Begicyu = Gicyu = Just like that, that’s all i said Begindang = Just like that, that’s all i said Bego = Stupid Begono = Begini = like that Bencong = Gay, Transgender, chicken, not brave Bengek = cough Bengong = Shocked, pensive Beol, Be’ol = poop, defecate Berbunga-bunga = happy, enthusiastic Bete, BT = bored, bad temper Beud, Beut, Banget = Very Bhay = bye Bikin/Membikin = Make Binan = Homosexual, gay Bingit = Banget = very Bispak, Bisa dipakai = Easy to have sex, slut Bisyar = Bisa dibayar = prostitute Biyasak = biasa = usual Bohay = Sexy, curvy, a bit fat body Boil = Car Bokap = Daddy, Father Bokep = adult movie Boker = poop, defecate Bokis = lie Bonek = Bondo Nekat = doing something bravely without any money Bonek = Surabaya football supporter Bonyok = hurt Bonyok (from “Bokap Nyokap”) = Father and Mother Bo’ol = anal sex Brondong, Berondong = young guy, teenage boy Brp (from berapa) = how many, how much BS-BS (ffrom “Bayar Sendiri”) = Go dutch Buanyak = a lot Bujuk dah! Bulet, Bulat = Round Buluk = Bulukan = Ugly, worn out C Cabe-cabean = Teenage girl Cabut = Go Capcus = Go, depart, move on Cakep = Good-looking Cekidot = Check it out! Know-it-All Sumpeh Loe, Sumpeh lo, Sumpelo = Really? Makacih = Makasih = Terima kasih = Thank you Mager = lazy Malam Jumat (different from Jumat Malam/Friday Night) = Thursday night (if “malam” said in front of the day, it means the night before the day) Malam Minggu = Malem Minggu = Malming = Saturday night Malming = Malam Minggu = Malem Minggu = Saturday night Markipul = Let’s go home Masak sih? Montok = Sexy, curvy, a bit fat body Muke = Muka = Face Mulet = stretch (the body) Muncrat = squirt Muter = Turn around, spin, play a song N Nah = (to conclude precious sentence) Najong = Najis = Dirty, shameful Naksir = Crush on someone Narsis = Self narcissistic, self-loving, self-admiring Narso = Self narcissistic, self-loving, self-admiring Ndak (originally from Javanese) = No, Not Ndas (from Javanese) = Head Nenen = breastfeeding Netek = breastfeeding Ngabur = Fleeing Ngacir = Fleeing Ngakak = Laugh out loud Ngambek = cranky, mad, angry Ngana (from Ngapak/Banyumas word) = you Ngapak = A language usually spoken in Banyumas, Central Java Ngasih = Give Ngeblog = write a blog Ngebut = Fast Ngedumel = Whine, nag Ngehe, Ngehek (Swear word) = Say “ngehek” when you are angry/annoyed with someone/something Ngeledek = Bully, tease Ngelonin, Ngeloni = To cuddle Ngemeng, Ngomong = Say, speaking Ngenes = tragic, bad luck Ngentot (impolite word) = Fuck, sex, make love Ngentut = fart Ngewe = Ngewek = Fuck, Making Love Nggak, Ngga = No, Not, Don’t Nggilani = Disgusting Ngibul = lie, lying Ngiler = drool Ngilir, Nglilir, Ngelilir = Wake from sleep Ngobrol = Chat Ngocol = Joking Ngojek = Ride motorcycle taxi Ngomel = nag Ngos-ngosan = Out of breath Ngupil = nose-picking Nih, Nich = (addition word to emphasize of worrying on something), There you go O Obrol = Obrolan = chat Ogah = No, i don’t want it Ojek = Motorcyle taxi Onyet = Monkey Otewe = otw = on the way P Pake = Use, Wear Pala = Pale = Head Panlok = Panda Lokal = Indonesian chinese/oriental girl (mostly in prostitution) PD, Pe De, Percaya Diri = Confident PDKT, Pendekatan = Flirting on someone, hitting on someone Pecun = silly whore Peler = testicle Pembokat = househelper, servant Pengen = Pengin = want Pentil = nipple Perak (if following nominal of money) = Rupiah (Indonesian currency) Pertamax = first comment in an online forum Pere (from”perempuan”) = lady Perek (from “Perempuan eksperimen”) = Whore, Bitch Pesing = Smells not good Peyang = Imperfect/Asymetric head shape PHP, Pe Ha Pe (Pemberian Harapan Palsu) = Breaking a promise Pilon (belagak pilon) = pretend, hiding something Plin-plan = Wishy-washy Plis = Please Poto = Photo Prikitiew = (to express excitement) Pundung (Usually in Sundanese)= Angry, cranky Puter = turn around, spin, play a song Q Q (in short of “ku” or “aku” usually used in text form like sms, forum, etc.) = I, Me, Mine R Rapopo (aku rapopo) = Okay (i’m okay) Rasain = Serve you right Rempong = complicated, troublesome, busy, too many accessories S Sakaw = addicted Sampe = = sampai = until Sange, Sakaw Ngentot (impolite words) = Horny Sante (from “santai”) = Relax Sarap = Crazy Say (from “Sayang”) = Dear Segede gaban = really huge Selangit = top of the world Semok = Sexy, curvy, a bit fat body Sempak = Underwear Sepele = Unimportant Sepong = Oral sex Serak-serak basah = Throaty, husky voice Seupil = very small Sialan = damn Sih, sich = (additional word to emphasize a question) Sinting = Crazy Situ = There, You, Yours Sithik, sitik (from Javanese word) = a little, not much Sob = Bro Sok (Sundanese)= Please Sok = Too confident Somplak = Broken, Stupid Somse = Somong sekali = arrogant Songong = Arrogant Sontoloyo = stupid, idiot Sotosop = Photoshoped, A picture edited with Photoshop Sotoy, Sok Tau = Smart Aleck, Mr.
I hope this will become something like Indonesian slang dictionary: A ABG, A Be Ge, Anak Baru Gede = Teenager Ababil, ABG labil = labile teenager, immature Abang = calling older male Afgan = Sadistic, when someone hurt you, extremely low bidding Agan, gan = bro Akik = Gemstone Akik = Akika = i, me, mine Alay = overdressed, asshole, jerk, teenage douchebag (female/male) Aq, ak, akyu akoh, akooh = i, me, mine Ajib = Cool, awesome Amburadul = disorganized Amit-amit (sometimes followed by “jabang bayi”) = God forbid, Oh my God Amoy = Chinese/oriental girl Amsyong = Damn it! I once wrote a review about dating Indonesian girls and where to meet them.You can still read it here: Where to meet Indonesian girls?Islamic sharia law was adopted in 2001, a “gift” from Jakarta to quell separatist ambitions in this very religious part of Indonesia.A series of bylaws passed since impose Islamic dress code and forbid gambling, alcohol consumption and “seclusion” between unmarried couples.