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Can anyone tell me what this phrase means?

"klt lh baklm gosy"

My husband said it means "I speak with my husband".

He said that "GOSY" is the same as "RAJILI" in Morocco.

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Can anyone tell me what this phrase means?

"klt lh baklm gosy"

My husband said it means "I speak with my husband".

He said that "GOSY" is the same as "RAJILI" in Morocco.

Mary K.

Thanks so much! What about "ana zahaan men elenglizy"

I'm a little curious, my husband chats with his female cousin quite often and always asks him to type in arabic. I don't know if she says this so I can't read or what. Or maybe I'm reading into this all too much.

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Thanks so much! What about "ana zahaan men elenglizy"

I'm a little curious, my husband chats with his female cousin quite often and always asks him to type in arabic. I don't know if she says this so I can't read or what. Or maybe I'm reading into this all too much.

something abt speaking english..... ana= me/I, elenglizy=english

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if the person said: kalt ih bakalem gozy that mean what she said i'm talking to my husband.About the next:ana zahaan men elenglizy, it mean i'm so bored talking in english,may be he want talk or miss talking in arabic


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Can anyone tell me what this phrase means?

"klt lh baklm gosy"

i think it means "i have food stuck in my throat"

OMG.... :lol:

Why are you translating his convo with his cousin? Is this a trust issue?

My husband has a friend that married a girl from the UK. We have become close friends, and she confided in me about her husbands cousin that has been trying to break up their marriage. Sometimes the lack of trust isn't with the husband, but the intentions of others. Women can be so catty!


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I can see that I guess,. I dont know, I would feel guilty translating my husbands provate convos. I mean if I was worried I'd ask him what was being said...

I trust my husband enough and our love that if someone WAS trying to break us up, he wouldn't because he loves me...but I trust him with all my heart so maybe it's different?


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I can see that I guess,. I dont know, I would feel guilty translating my husbands provate convos. I mean if I was worried I'd ask him what was being said...

I trust my husband enough and our love that if someone WAS trying to break us up, he wouldn't because he loves me...but I trust him with all my heart so maybe it's different?

My husband and I have the same ID so it's not like I'm invading his privacy or anything. I trust my husband, but I DO NOT trust her. My husband has told me how in the past she would try kissing him then she would cry and act innocent when he would tell her to back off. Now she has a hair up her butt thinking she is going to come here and stay with us!!!!! Oh HE$$ NO!

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I can see that I guess,. I dont know, I would feel guilty translating my husbands provate convos. I mean if I was worried I'd ask him what was being said...

I trust my husband enough and our love that if someone WAS trying to break us up, he wouldn't because he loves me...but I trust him with all my heart so maybe it's different?

My husband and I have the same ID so it's not like I'm invading his privacy or anything. I trust my husband, but I DO NOT trust her. My husband has told me how in the past she would try kissing him then she would cry and act innocent when he would tell her to back off. Now she has a hair up her butt thinking she is going to come here and stay with us!!!!! Oh HE$$ NO!

yikes!

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My husband and I have the same ID so it's not like I'm invading his privacy or anything. I trust my husband, but I DO NOT trust her. My husband has told me how in the past she would try kissing him then she would cry and act innocent when he would tell her to back off. Now she has a hair up her butt thinking she is going to come here and stay with us!!!!! Oh HE$$ NO!

that does sound troubling. :yes:


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