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For example, if someone is telling you a story about an accident or someone coming into physical harm, you can answer by saying “ya haraam!
mashallah”; and by adding the word “mashallah” at the end they can affirm that they are trying to compliment without getting too overbearing or jealous.
A favorite word from young children to older grandparents, this word means “to finish”, but has the connotations of meaning “stop it”, “don’t try again”, “it’s over”, or “stop talking”.
Normally used at the end of a sentence or as an answer, it has a bright connotation that will make the conversation seem more friendly and easy-going.
Literally meaning “good morning”, the equivalent to this in English might be “duh” or “you’re just catching on now?