How well do you know Kiwi Slang? The Harder Version

We’ve tested your knowledge in a New Zealand slang words quiz before, and the feedback was that it was way too easy.

This time we’ve taken it a little further, spoken to more Kiwis, and created these beauties…

Let’s test your knowledge and see how Kiwi you really are.

 

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Comments

  • Justin Andrews

    The meaning for Hungis is wrong. Means greedy. When your mate has food, “don’t be hungis, give us some”

    • Sue Pye

      I thought more like “hungry”. “F**k I’m hungis”.

      • Ria Winnie

        Yes we say hungis. If we are hungry.

    • Rachel Barnett

      It’s changed, then: ‘cos I always thought it was short for Humungous (huge)

    • David Ireland

      I always thought Hungis meant ugly

      • Selina Nahu

        Wea im from hungi is like a pinono haha someone that always wants what u got..to be a hungis gunt lol cant miss out…always asking for stuff etc…bloody hoha at the end of the day hehe

  • Shane Davies

    funny, not sure if younger people use them as much now though

  • Bruce Burn

    Um, You mean “ka pai”?

  • Roger Twiss

    It’s not A to G, it’s A into G. “Arse into Gear” as in “get your A into G mate”.

  • TeePee

    Missing from this list, a classic.. Hangi Pants.

    • Selina Nahu

      hahahaha and skanky hoe or P freak or Bei Killah, Kiwl, Churr bo, Breatha, Nigrat or even dogshet lmao

  • David Ireland

    Flog also means to beat someone up “I game him a flogging!”

  • Andrew Metaxas

    TU MEKE threw me, I’m from the South so I’m guessing it’s a Maori expression?

  • Zara Wills

    I got 13 right

  • lamboaston

    Dags are also sheep shit built up on wool below their butt

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