- 1 How do you say white rice in Cantonese?
- 2 How do you say eat rice in Cantonese?
- 3 What is Yue Mandarin?
- 4 How do you say die in Mandarin?
- 5 How do you say beautiful in Cantonese?
- 6 What is no in Cantonese?
- 7 What is thank you in Cantonese?
- 8 How do you say lunch in Cantonese?
- 9 Does Yue mean moon in Chinese?
- 10 What does Yue mean in Cantonese?
- 11 Does 4 mean death in Chinese?
- 12 Why is 4 unlucky?
- 13 How do you say die in Cantonese?
How do you say white rice in Cantonese?
To order a bowl of white rice, shout for yat wun leng zai (一碗靚仔), which basically means a bowl of handsome young man (yes, please). But remember: don’t abbreviate to just leng zai or the waiter will think you’re hitting on him – no judgment if you are.
How do you say eat rice in Cantonese?
“Have you eaten rice yet?”(sihk jó faahn meih a?) is a common greeting in Hong Kong. Literally, “Have you eaten rice yet?” [sihk jó faahn meih a? 食咗飯未呀?] is a common greeting, the equivalent of “how are you?” in English. It is not exclusive to Hong Kong Cantonese.
What is Yue Mandarin?
The Chinese word yue – 月 – yuè (moon in Chinese )
How do you say die in Mandarin?
The Chinese word si – 死 – sĭ (to die in Chinese)
How do you say beautiful in Cantonese?
美麗 (mei5 lai6) This is the common and easiest Cantonese word to say beautiful in Cantonese.
What is no in Cantonese?
唔係 (m4 haih) – No; incorrect Of course, depending on how you say it.
What is thank you in Cantonese?
1. Do1 Ze6 (多謝) This basically means ” Thank You” in Cantonese. This is the common and formal way of saying ” thanks “. You can use this when you received a present or a favor from someone.
How do you say lunch in Cantonese?
午餐 (ng5 caan1 | wu3 can1): lunch – CantoDict.
Does Yue mean moon in Chinese?
The name Yue is primarily a gender-neutral name of Chinese origin that means Moon.
What does Yue mean in Cantonese?
|Cantonese Yale||Gwóngdūng wá|
|Literal meaning||‘Guangdong speech’|
Does 4 mean death in Chinese?
The number 4 (四, pinyin: sì; Cantonese Yale: sei) is considered an unlucky number in Chinese because it is nearly homophonous to the word ” death ” (死 pinyin: sǐ; Cantonese Yale: séi).
Why is 4 unlucky?
But the number four is considered unlucky because it sounds a lot like the word for “death,” and as a result Chinese buildings often lack a fourth floor (just as American buildings sometimes skip the 13th). Likewise, Chinese drivers avoid license plates ending in four.
How do you say die in Cantonese?
The Cantonese word sei – 死 – sei2. (to die in Cantonese )