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1.       si++
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 23 Jul 2013 Tue 10:00 am

The other day I was watching a volley game between Bulgaria and Italy. And Bulgarian players would cry "haydi" (just like us Turks) all together at the end.

 

What other languages in Balkans use this exclamation?

2.       elenagabriela
2040 posts
 23 Jul 2013 Tue 11:44 am

we, Romanians, have too, but with a bit different spelling

 

haide (read as hayde), or even haydi

and sometimes - hay - too



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3.       TheNemanja
116 posts
 23 Jul 2013 Tue 02:16 pm

In Serbian we have(that´s actually the only way to say ´come on´

Hajde(read as hayde)

or shorter way:

Ajde(ayde)

Actually,usually it´s ´ajde,but there is also:

hajte
ajd´
aj
ajte
(h)ajmo(let´s go,let us do something),or hajdemo
(h)ajdete(come on you(plural you))

 



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4.       Umut_Umut
485 posts
 23 Jul 2013 Tue 04:01 pm

I know from my colleague that Croations use that word as Hajde ( hayde ) 



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5.       lana-
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 23 Jul 2013 Tue 05:10 pm

In Macedonian we have this exclamation

ајде !  Ayde !  - Haydi !, Hadi !

In informal speech we may also say it as " ај "  ay !

That word may have several meanings

Aјде  -  Ayde
1. let´s go
2. go, depart, leave (as an imperative)
3. come (as an imperative)
4. come on, c´mon
5. let´s ...
6. said to caution one about what one is saying

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6.       gamzicc
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 24 Jul 2013 Wed 02:22 am

the number of Turkish loanwords is significiant in Balkan languages .I think haydi ,hayde or ayde is one of these loanwords from Turkish.We also use bre,be Smilewith haydi and ayde. etc; ayde bre = ooh come on

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7.       Umut_Umut
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 24 Jul 2013 Wed 08:33 am

hayda bre

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8.       gokuyum
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 24 Jul 2013 Wed 11:55 am

 

Quoting gamzicc

the number of Turkish loanwords is significiant in Balkan languages .I think haydi ,hayde or ayde is one of these loanwords from Turkish.We also use bre,be Smilewith haydi and ayde. etc; ayde bre = ooh come on

I am not sure "haydi" is a Turkish word. It is a very common word. Look even there is a "Heidi" in Swiss literature

 

Note: By the way I found an article about origin of haydi.

http://www.turkiyat.selcuk.edu.tr/pdfdergi/s30/2.pdf



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9.       lida83
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 26 Jul 2013 Fri 09:13 pm

 

Quoting si++

The other day I was watching a volley game between Bulgaria and Italy. And Bulgarian players would cry "haydi" (just like us Turks) all together at the end.

 

What other languages in Balkans use this exclamation?

 

Alban  ve makedonian language use this word ´´ haydeeee´´ or ´´ hadii ´´ . Generally use in the meaning as a ´´ lets go to drink, to celabrate, to enjoy ..etc "

 

 

10.       Leo S
183 posts
 20 Jul 2016 Wed 12:42 pm

I have heard ´haydi ya´. The ´ya´ means what in this format?

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