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- "Pup" (read as poop) means "kiss" in Romanian. It is usually used as a slang term meaning “goodbye”; (Ne vedem mâine, te pup!)
- "Me high" is actually a Romanian male name. Well, it's written Mihai in Romanian (the equivalent of Michael), but the sentiment is there; (Ce mai faci, Mihai?)
- You would use ”more” in English when perhaps you would like more sugar in your coffee. In Romanian you would just insist that you are dying (”mor”) or perhaps you are just imitating the sound a bear makes (also ”mor”); (Era sa mor, omorât de un urs care zicea încontinuu ”mor mor”!)
- While you are agreeing to something in English by saying ”Yes”, you are actually stating that you’re going out in Romanian (“Ies”); (Nu mai pot, trebuie sa ies)
- A minor accident waiting to happen is calling the library ”biblioteca” in Romanian and the bookstore ”librarie”; (Am fost la biblioteca sa împrumut o carte ?i n-o aveau, dar o aveau la librarie)