Cognate with Scots ruif ("roof"), Dutch roef ("a cabin, wooden cover, deckhouse"), Low German rof ("roof"), Icelandic hróf ("a shed under which ships are built or kept, roof of a boathouse").
" Sure, this is the Midwestern term for drinking fountain, but what better term could be used to describe your upbeat and optimistic personality? Based on the results of this quiz, the Midwestern slang term that you're most like is "hair binder!
" A hair binder may be a hair tie in the Midwest, but it's also a great way to describe your ability to bring things together in a practical and logical manner.
Sure, you're not a food, but much like this beloved dish made with tater tots, you're always a welcome sight at every party and get together.
Based on the results of this quiz, the Midwestern slang term that you're most like is "bubbler!
Also, don’t be surprised if guys on the street tell a passing girl that she is ‘pritti’.
If you are interested in speaking like you belong, come by the school and pick up one of our Guidebooks to Panamanian Slang.If you enjoy POLICE, pay only for a full one-year subscription (12 issues in all). From Middle English rof, from Old English hrōf ("roof, ceiling; top, summit; heaven, sky"), from Proto-Germanic *hrōfan (“roof”), from Proto-Indo-European *krāpo- (“roof”), from Proto-Indo-European *krāwǝ- (“to cover, heap”).Yet actually, the word comes for is the Panamanian adaption for ‘on the right hand’. ‘yo voy a parkear mi carro’ probably doesn’t require much explanation.Once someone has made you aware of it then it does kind of make sense even doesn’t it? But, parkear can also mean to hang out with a friend, who in Panamanian slang is referred to as a ‘fren’.Years of American occupation have left a mark not only on the Canal landscape but also on the distinct slang of Panama. Since Americans would ask him to ‘come around’ next Monday, camaron has gradually established itself as a synonym for maintenance work.